The Motorsports Dig

The Motorsports Dig

From dirt racing to general motorsports, host Kyle McFadden has it covered across Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, and the Virginias: The latest news and results. Revealing interviews. Candid commentary. The biggest, grittiest names in motorsports. #DigCity... Show More

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August 28, 2019 51 min
Host Kyle McFadden sits down with dirt late model driver Justin Weaver, a second-generation racer and five-time steel block champion whose shop is just two miles from the "Dirt Late Model Capitol," Hagerstown Speedway. Weaver opens up about rebounding from hard times to operate his own Super Late Model team, that time he stayed up all night to change a motor that eventually led to him winning a championship, racing for his...
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Super Late Model driver Tyler Horst and host Kyle McFadden breakdown the Ultimate Northeast Super Late Model Series Tex Shaffer Memorial presented by Turn 5 Turn Around at Hagerstown Speedway from Saturday night. Hear from race winner Jason Covert, as well as podium finishers Kyle Lee and Trever Feathers. Horst also talks about his recent Super Late Model track championship at Winchester Speedway.
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In this episode of The Motorsports Dig, host Kyle McFadden chats with George Steinbrenner IV, the grandson of the former owner of the New York Yankees and youngest team owner in IndyCar Series history. World of Outlaws Late Model Series driver Brandon Sheppard comes on the show to talk about his 20th overall win of the season at Williams Grove Speedway. Additionally, 410 sprint car driver Cory Haas details his first win of the sea...
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August 18, 2019 31 min
Host Kyle McFadden catches up with Ray Evernham, the legendary NASCAR Cup Series crew chief back in the Rainbow Warrior days with Jeff Gordon. We also breakdown the IndyCar weekend at Pocono Raceway with IndyStar contributor Christopher DeHarde. Hear from Scott Dixon about his championship hopes and what life is like for Simon Pagenaud after winning the Indy 500. Audio with race winner Will Power will be loaded by Monday afternoon...
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August 14, 2019 33 min
USAC National Sprint Car Series and Midget driver Tyler Courtney chats with host Kyle McFadden to talk about winning the final Hoosier Hundred, his crazy busy racing schedule, how he got his nickname "Sunshine," and memories of his hero Bryan Clauson. Sunshine also talks about how he embodies BC's spirit, the synergy with his NOS Energy Drink teammates, what he thinks of 410 winged sprint car racing, and the event he b...
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Host Kyle McFadden, Turn 5's Shea Judy, and Ultimate Northeast Super Late Model Series race director Kyle Symons breakdown the Super Late Models' return to Path Valley Speedway Park, the 1/4th-mile bullring. Hear from race winner Gregg Satterlee, as well as podium finishers Jason Covert and Austin Hubbard.
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Host Kyle McFadden sits down with Karsyn Elledge, granddaughter of NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt Sr. and niece of Dale Jr., to talk about dirt racing and trying to find her purpose as an 18-year-old in one of the most iconic families in motorsports. Karsyn talks about her first full season with the USAC National Midget Series, why she chose dirt racing over her family's traditional route, aspirations outside of the car, the tro...
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Mid-Atlantic Super Late Model frontrunner and former Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series regular Gregg Satterlee talks about his return to regional racing, life off the track, how he got his nickname "The Truth," and the "Cheeseburger Mafia." Additionally, Journal-News (Martinsburg, W.Va.) columnist Brett Rose (Finish Line by Brett Rose) and host Kyle McFadden breakdown USAC Midget Week in Pennsylvania. Hear from Kyl...
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NOS Energy Drink World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series driver David Gravel sits down with host Kyle McFadden to detail his debut season in Jason Johnson's famous No. 41. Gravel also opens up about life growing up in Watertown, Connecticut, how he took the dirt route in Whelen Modified country, family sacrifices to reach sprint car superstardom, how Jeff Gordon is giving him his best chance to win the Knoxville Nationals, his favo...
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Host Kyle McFadden and Journal-News (Martinsburg, W.Va.) columnist Brett Rose breakdown the NOS Energy Drink World of Outlaws Summer Nationals at Williams Grove Speedway. Hear from race winners Donny Schatz and Tim Shaffer, as well as the hottest driver on the planet in Brad Sweet. Sheldon Haudenschild also talks about his recent progression.
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Host Kyle McFadden and sprint car guru Tyler Koenig breakdown the upcoming 410 sprint car Pennsylvania Speedweek, which runs from June 28th to July 6th. Also hear from Danny Dietrich, who has strong words to say about Kyle Larson coming to town and Gary Kauffman talks about an incredible first-half of the season. Additionally, Freddie Rahmer discusses why he's the best ever heading into a Speedweek, and Lucas Wolfe and Ryan S...
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Host Kyle McFadden and Martinsburg Journal News columnist Brett Rose (Finish Line by Brett Rose) breakdown the Frank Sagi Tribute at Hagerstown Speedway from Sunday, June 23. Super Late Model winner Kyle Lee comes on the show to talk about his big win and the key behind his improvements this season. Also hear from Jason Covert (second), Trever Feathers (10th to third), Tyler Bare (fifth), and Late Model Sportsman winner Scott Palm...
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June 21, 2019 39 min
Logan Wagner of the Pennsylvania Posse discusses life as a pilot of million-dollar jets and the audacity to wheel a dirt Late Model for the first time in his life. "The Pilot" also talks about how he nearly landed a NASCAR driver development deal with an iconic racer, his first Father's Day as a dad, plans for the rest of the year, performance to date, and racing dreams. Wagner and host Kyle McFadden also talk about h...
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June 20, 2019 81 min
Dirt Late Model racer Alan Sagi talks about memories with his father, longtime Hagerstown Speedway track announcer Frank Sagi, and trying to carry on his legacy through this Sunday's Frank Sagi Tribute race at Hagerstown. Alan also shares his disturbingly funny first-experience in a Late Model way back when, that time he broke seven bones in his hand and still won, and his way to get into races for free as a kid. Host Kyle M...
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Brandon Overton talks about his emotional Ultimate Super Late Model Series USA 100 victory Saturday night at Virginia Motor Speedway a week after losing team member Billy Vacek to a fatal accident. Additionally, host Kyle McFadden catches up with former Super Late Model great Bo Feathers, who now fields his own Late Model team for son Trever Feathers and is 40+ years strong in the roofing business. Also hear from Freddie Rahm...
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Host Kyle McFadden, Super Late Model racer and lifelong sprint car fan Jason Covert, and Martinsburg Journal columnist Brett Rose breakdown the dramatic USAC Silver Crown race at Williams Grove Speedway, as well as the 410 sprint feature. Brady Bacon, who led the only lap that mattered, comes on the show to talk about his first career Silver Crown win and what's next on his racing "to-do" list. Freddie Rahmer discusse...
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Dirt late model driver Dan Stone comes on the show to breakdown his exhilarating, drought-busting win this past weekend at Selinsgrove Speedway. Additionally, Tyler Bare talks about his season to date and this Saturday's USA 100 at Virginia Motor Speedway, the event Bare scored his first-ever Super Late Model win last year. Host Kyle McFadden also previews the USAC Silver Crown race at Williams Grove Speedway on Friday and re...
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NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series owner-driver and dirt modified racer Ray Ciccarelli shares his story of fighting Crohn's disease and coping with an ostomy pouch to live out a dream in his late 40s. He also talks about his modest upbringing, a near-death on-track incident, the business model for a low budget NASCAR team, the future of NASCAR, the highly-debated 2021 schedule, and how he wants to become a developmental progr...
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Turn 5 Turn Around leader Danny Wilson and Hoosier Tire Mid-Atlantic Modified's owner Ryne Pennington breakdown the race weekend with host Kyle McFadden (6/7-8). Rick Eckert comes on the show to talk about his fourth regional win of the season at Williams Grove and his return to local racing after a loyal run on the World of Outlaws circuit. Additionally, Freddie Rahmer discusses his fourth Central Pennsylvania win of the se...
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Kyle Hardy talks about running the Dirt Late Model Dream this weekend at Eldora Speedway and his season to date. Host Kyle McFadden also catches up with NASCAR driver and Maryland native Timmy Hill on what it's like owning his own team and why he never got involved in dirt racing despite growing up 10 minutes from Potomac Speedway. Additionally, Kyle Larson dishes his thoughts on the Worlds of Outlaws stop in Nashville and we...
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