Singer-songwriter turned NASCAR fanatic Noah C Cornelius hosts "Noah Talks NASCAR", a motorsports talk show dedicated to highlighting diversity and inclusion within the racing world, as well as talking about motorsports itself.
Noah welcomes former Roush Fenway Racing social media manager Sydnei Fryson to the show, to discuss her road to working in the NASCAR Cup Serie. Noah and Sydnei also share their memories of their times working at Rev Racing, and Sydnei offers valuable advice for anyone looking to work in the NASCAR PR and Social Media field.
Noah welcomes famed, fan-favorite NASCAR photographer Daylon Barr to the show to discuss his supersonic journey to the top of the NASCAR photography world. Daylon and Noah also have a heart-to-heart on what it's like to eat, drink, and sleep NASCAR, and Noah congratulates Daylon on his recent marriage—which came to be while sitting on a couch one night with his now-wife.
Noah welcomes newly-announced NASCAR Xfinity Series driver and personal friend Rajah Caruth back onto the show to discuss his recent announcement regarding his part-time schedule with newly-formed Alpha Prime Racing. Rajah also talks about his plans to run the full ARCA Menards Series schedule in 2022, and how people like his father, Tommy Joe Martins, and Brad Perez all helped him to go from K1 karting to the second-highest divisi...
Noah welcomes 4x NASCAR Heat Pro League Winner and Summer Showdown Champion Maxwell Castro to the show to discuss his incredible story of how he got into the eRacing world, from surviving a brass knuckles attack to racing for Chip Ganassi's gaming team.
Noah welcomes fellow NASCAR intern and friend Jack Phelps, son of NASCAR President Steve Phelps, to the show. The duo discuss Jack's long-lasting love for NASCAR and how his father has impacted how he views the sport. Jack also throws out some of his personal ideas (not indicative of or written in stone by NASCAR) for what NASCAR could be doing to breathe some new life into the sport—and to unite new fans with core fans.
Description: Noah welcomes 2021 NASCAR Drive for Diversity Driver and personal friend Regina Sirvent to the show to discuss her journey from racing go-karts in Mexico to moving to the States to pursue a career in NASCAR. Noah and Regina also discuss how Regina balances racing in the NASCAR PEAK Mexico Series and the NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series with her social media platforn—of 202,000 followers.
Noah welcomes eNASCAR Heat Pro League Season 2 Champion Dan Buttafuoco to the show to discuss his journey from growing up playing NASCAR video games to becoming a eSports champion. Noah and Daniel also discuss the new NASCAR game coming out, as well as his plans for his eSports future—as he is currently a free agent without a team.
Singer-songwriter turned NASCAR fanatic Noah C Cornelius hosts “Noah Talks NASCAR”, a motorsports talk show dedicated to highlighting diversity and inclusion within the racing world, as well as talking about motorsports itself.
Noah welcomes 23XI Strategist and Systems Engineer JR Houston to the show to discuss his role over at 23XI and how it plays into race weekends. Noah and JR also talk about the growth in diversity within future generations of NASCAR, and how fans on social media can both positively and negatively impact a race team's future—without even knowing it.
Noah welcomes Brad "Bread" Perez to the show to discuss his social media presence, as well as his interesting career as a driver, going from SpecMiata to the NASCAR Xfinity Series. Brad and Noah also discuss the growth of the sport in terms of diversity, and how "Bread" became his nickname around the NASCAR world.
Noah welcomes Rev Racing teammate and ARCA Menards Series Rookie Nick Sanchez to the show to discuss his unusual path to racing in NASCAR. The duo also discuss Nick's secret love for collecting cars, his plans for the rest of his ARCA Menards season, and his future racing plans.
Noah welcomes NASCAR Pace Car Driver Kip Childress, and NASCAR flagman/OSS inspector Joey Aycock to the show to discuss the lesser-known parts of NASCAR. Kip, Joey, and Noah also discuss the hundreds of people that work behind the scenes to put on a race. They also share a few stories, including how Joey and Noah knew each other 5 years before Noah's entrance into NASCAR.
Noah welcomes 13-year-old pit reporter Judson O'Neil to the show to talk about his journey in the racing world at such a young age. Together, the duo discuss separating the fan personality from the professional personality, interviewing Dale Jr. at Nashville, and what NASCAR is doing to cater to the future generations of fans."
Noah welcomes Ryan Ellis, driver of the No. 99 Corvette Parts Supra for B.J. McLeod Motorsports, to the show. Together, the duo discuss Ryan's career up to this point, from starting and parking, to scoring Top-15s in legitimate rides. Noah and Ryan also talk about social media etiquette, working 9-5 during the week and racing on Saturday, and Ryan's Japanese heritage in honor of Asian-American Pacific Islander Heritage Mont...
On this special episode, Noah sits down with Greg Stumpff—painter and owner of Off Axis Paint, as well as Noah's (now former) boss. Greg and Noah discuss Greg's path to making it in NASCAR, and why Greg decided to give Noah a chance by giving him a job at the shop. Noah also bids a bittersweet farewell to Off Axis Paint, and talks about why this job shaped him into who he is today—both inside and outside of the racing world
NASCAR storyteller S1apshoes joins the show to talk with Noah about how he created a career for himself off of making YouTube videos telling the stories of NASCAR's "Golden Days." Noah and S1ap also discuss Mark Martin, Greenville-Pickens, and the value of preserving NASCAR's past.
Professional eNASCAR driver Joey "Sloppy Joe" Stone joins the show to talk with Noah about how he got his start in the streaming community, what it's like racing for and representing real NASCAR teams and how NASCAR has reinvigorated the sport by going "virtual."
Noah welcomes F1 Content Creator Josh Revell to the show to talk about how his love for racing got him into F1, and NASCAR as well. Noah and Josh also discuss NASCAR's unique presence around the world, and how NASCAR as a motorsport has lured people from all walks of racing to give it a try.
Episode 4 of a 4-part Women's History Month Special, Noah welcomes NASCAR Reporter and Host Alex Weaver to the show. Together, the duo discuss some of the female trailblazers in the media world, as well as their thoughts on the Bristol Dirt Race. Plus, Alex gives some advice for anyone who is looking to get into the NASCAR Communications World.
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