RADIO/PODCAST: Supermodified Mania with Proud and DannyK plus Richmond Antics Highlight Last Night’s Motorsports Madness

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April 29, 2014 — Speed77 Radio/Race Chaser Online audio — CHARLOTTE, N.C. — On last night’s edition of Motorsports Madness, the crew sat down and brought the mighty supermodifieds to the forefront on Speed77 Radio powered by Race Chaser Online.

Co-hosts Jacob Seelman, Tom Baker and Kyle Souza sat down with Oswego Speedway PR representative Dan Kapuscinski and rookie Small Block Super driver Camden Proud to discuss the Speedway’s opening day and both of their outlooks on what 2014 might have in store.

The crew also discussed the boxing ring that was Richmond International Raceway at length as they broke down Joey Logano and Kevin Harvick’s thrilling victories in Virginia as well as Marco’s Ambrose’s “boomerang-ing” of Casey Mears following the Cup Series event.

Joel Sebastianelli returned to discuss the soggy weekend in Barber for the IndyCar Series and gear up for the Month of May which is upon open wheel racing. Race Chaser’s resident ‘wine-and-cheeser’ broke down the field and the latest additions to the grid, including young standout Sage Karam for Chip Ganassi.

And Steven Ovens brought the dirt back to the Madness as he broke down a wild weekend of World of Outlaws racing in the Midwest as Sammy Swindell and Joey Saldana picked up wins in America’s heartland, while Baker and Seelman hashed out a weekend of USCS sprint car racing on the pavement where Johnny Bridges and Morgan Turpen came away victorious.

In case you missed the show, sit back, relax and enjoy! Here it is!

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