• 01:01

    Hour of Horsepower Episode 70

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    Would you wreck a driver to win the championship? We'll discuss that and more this week on Hour of Horsepower!

  • 01:25

    Lugnuts and Horsepower

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    Two 2.5-mile tracks, two 400-mile races, and two hosts that are eager to get back on the air.  On this episode of Lugnuts and Horsepower, Patti Rodisch and Dustin Parks look back on two intense weeks at Indianapolis and Pocono, where the action on the track was also filled with intense news off it.


    From Carl Edwards officially out at Roush, to Mark Martin returning to Roush, Denny Hamlin's team losing money, points and crewman, and everything in between, these two have it all covered.


    They will also look back at the historic win at Eldora by Darrell Wallace Jr, Jeff Gordon's historic fifth Brickyard, and another intense Pocono race.  Plus with very little time remaining before the reseeding for the Chase, who is in emergency mode of needing a win?


    All this and more beginning at 2:30 p.m. ET/1:30 p.m. CT.

  • 01:53

    Detroit Street Racing (Hosted by Westside Horsepower)

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    This is where we talk about Detroit Street Racing. Who did what and what happend. New call outs for the Detroit Street. Where going to be talking about things that happed at the past event and thing thats going to happen in the future. You can call in with suggestions on what u would like to see race on the street and hopefully we can make it happen. Stay tuned in to #westsidehorsepower Detroit Street Racing Radio (#thenewdetroitstreetracingmovement).

  • 02:00

    Detroit Street Racing Hosted By (Westside Horsepower)

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    This is where we talk about Detroit Street Racing. Who did what and what happend. New call outs for the Detroit Street. Where going to be talking about things that happed at the past event and thing thats going to happen in the future. You can call in with suggestions on what u would like to see race on the street and hopefully we can make it happen. Stay tuned in to #westsidehorsepower Detroit Street Racing Radio (#thenewdetroitstreetracingmovement).

  • 00:01

    Detroit Street Racing (Hosted By WESTSIDE HORSEPOWER)

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    This is where we talk about Detroit Street Racing. Who did what and what happend. New call outs for the Detroit Street. Where going to be talking about things that happed at the past event and thing thats going to happen in the future. You can call in with suggestions on what u would like to see race on the street and hopefully we can make it happen. Stay tuned in to #westsidehorsepower Detroit Street Racing Radio (#thenewdetroitstreetracingmovement).

  • 01:25

    Lugnuts and Horsepower

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    Get the coffee brewing and the eggs on the skillet, or pancakes, because the original racing duo is going to join for a brunch episode of Lugnuts and Horsepower.  Patti Rodisch and Dustin Parks are doing the early-bird special this week as NASCAR makes the trip to the Pocono Mountains.


    With half the regular season in, Jimmie Johnson has shown that he's back, and he's never lost a thing despite waiting till the last two weeks to pick up his wins.  What does this mean for the rest of the field, and what does it mean for the Chase?  More importantly, can he become the first driver to win three races this season, or will someone end his run?


    Looking ahead to Pocono, this is the first big speedway over 1.5 miles since California that has been raced, but it provides many unique challenges for drivers, teams, and engineers.  Being able to put all three together will possibly be the difference in winning Sunday's race.


    Tune in early at 10 a.m. ET/9 a.m. CT for this and more on the Fan Vs. Fan Network.

  • 01:58

    Lugnuts and Horsepower: Special Report

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    After a weekend of rough news for one driver, it has become the focal point of the sport of racing.


    In this special edition of Lugnuts and Horsepower, Patti Rodisch and Dustin Parks will discuss the situation surrounding Tony Stewart and the death of Kevin Ward Jr.  It has a tough weekend for the Ward family, and just as hard for Stewart, pulling out of Sunday's race at Watkins Glen.


    These two will talk about his decision to step out of the car, his state of mind and where the investigation stands.  Plus, the discussion of having Stewart back on dirt despite his involvement in NASCAR.


    Special start of 6:30 p.m. ET/5:30 p.m. CT tonight.

  • 01:52

    Lugnuts and Horsepower: Year in Review

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    It has come time to look back on the entire 2014 season that NASCAR has experienced.  The good, bad, the ugly, unexpected, and controversial, it will all be looked at.


    Join Dustin Parks and Rob Blount as they look back at a season that saw a back-to-back Camping World Trucks champion, a rookie take home the Nationwide Series championship, and a one-race war to determine a Sprint Cup champion.


    They'll look back at the resurrgence of Dale Earnhardt Jr, Darrell Wallace Jr. having a great season in Trucks, but then opting out of contract to go to Roush in Nationwide, the surreal season that Tony Stewart experienced as owner, driver, and man, and many more moments in between.


    Two hours of talk will begin at 6:30 p.m. ET/5:30 p.m. CT.

  • 01:27

    Lugnuts and Horsepower

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    What a championship weekend Homestead was for NASCAR. Matt Crafton goes back-to-back, Chase Elliott officially receives his trophy, and Kevin Harvick goes full-tilt to clinch his first Sprint Cup Championship.


    An incredible finale to what has been a great season.  Dustin Parks and Patti Rodisch are ready to look back on the incredible weekend that saw champions crowned, and intense battles from green to checkered.  The Camping World Truck Series saw it's first back-to-back champion in series history, while NASCAR bid farewell to Nationwide as the sponsor of the second-tier series, seeing Chase Elliott take his place in the books as the first rookie to win a title in the upper series of NASCAR.


    And then, there was the Chase.  Four drivers, one race, first to the line is champion.  When it mattered most, the "Closer" finished the deal.


    All this and more discussed tonight, beginning at 6:30 p.m. ET/5:30 p.m. CT.

  • 01:28

    Lugnuts and Horsepower

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    The final four has been set on a historic weekend for the sport.  Kevin Harvick, Denny Hamlin, Joey Logano and Ryan Newman had to wait till the final corner of the last lap to make sure they were locked into the Chase for the season finale next Sunday.  Dustin Parks and Patti Rodisch will break down everything that happened in Sunday's action, and look at how close the other four Chase drivers were to making it in.


    The historic weekend was highlighted by the youngest NASCAR champion at the premier series level, as Chase Elliott would clinch the final NASCAR Nationwide Series title a week early with his fifth-place run.  At only 18 years old, and a rookie, his victory is monumental on many levels.


    The Truck Series title is still up for grabs, along with the Chase itself, and these two will look ahead to what will be a finale to a year unlike any before.


    Listen for yourself beginning at 6:30 p.m. ET/5:30 p.m. CT.

  • 01:59

    Lugnuts and Horsepower

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    The pressure to win the championship or just to make it into the next round, is beyond the boiling point.  It has exploded, as was seen at Texas on Sunday.  Patti Rodisch and Dustin Parks will divulge into the fight, which it really was, between Jeff Gordon and Brad Keselowski, as well as the aftermath.  Is this good for NASCAR, or has someone stepped over the line?


    Not ony that, but once again, a non-Chaser has won, making Phoenix a major race for the Eliminator Round drivers, and that simply increases the pressure beyond anything imaginable.


    Plus, the Nationwide Series could crown a champion come next weekend, a rookie champion no less, while the Truck Series still has a close title hunt going on.  This season is coming down to the wire, and champions weill soon be crowned.  Tune in at 6:30 p.m. ET/5:30 p.m. CT to hear all this and more.

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