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The Cammed & Tubbed Podcast: Episode 179 – Drunk At The Mitty W/ Ron Carter

This week Cam and Brad are joined by vintage racer, Datsun fanatic, purveyor of car and trailer tracking systems, and all around good guy Ron Carter. Ron is one of the heads of GeoSky Alert, a company that builds tracking systems for your car or trailer that can provide live updates direct to your smartphone. As it turns out, Ron and Brad have been at the same tracks for the same events for VERY different reasons on several occasions, but have only met through the internet. Ron’s a really cool guy with a really interesting car history, so give him a listen!


The Cammed and Tubbed Podcast – Drunk at the Mitty

In our question Tuesday episode we continue the conversation with Eric Rood, and this time we talk a little less about baseball and a lot less about guitars. There’s a good bit of LeMons discussion here and bags of spaghetti-o’s. 


The Cammed and Tubbed Podcast – Boudoir Bribes w/ Eric Rood

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The DFL Show: Episode 44 – The Pat Long Game

A slightly fuller house this week, we have Stef, Brad, Eric, and Patrick on the show this week, and we’ve delivered quick recaps of the racing from this weekend, IndyCar, Pirelli World Challenge, WRC, NASCAR Fist Fighting, etc. A friend of the show wrote a lovely piece regarding sexism and the treatment of female fans in motorsport, and of course we all have fresh hot takes on that subject. Formula 1 news, NASCAR news, IndyCar news, WEC news, IMSA news, other stuff. We have a 20 Questions game, and give out our awards. This weekend is Sebring, so get pumped for that. Thanks for listening!


The DFL Show – The Pat Long Game

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The Cammed & Tubbed Podcast: Episode 177 – Baseball & Guitars W/ Eric Rood

On this episode, Jason can’t be with us because his wife is ill (GET WELL!), but we grabbed Hooniverse’s occasional motorsport nerd, DFL Show co-host, and Hot Rod/Roadkill’s whipping boy Eric Rood to join us on this episode. We talk about Hyundai Elantra GTs (the mid-2000s ones) for a while for some reason, then jump into baseball and guitars and how guitars sometimes use automotive paints for their finish. It’s compelling, it’s enthralling, it’s exciting, it’s THE CAMMED & TUBBED PODCAST!


The Cammed and Tubbed Podcast – Baseball & Guitars w/ Eric Rood

And finishing up from last week when Cam and Brad spent some time answering questions with Kevin McCauley, here’s Tuesday’s episode. Thanks to our great listeners for the great questions. And thanks for joining us, Kevin. Come back any time!


The Cammed and Tubbed Podcast – Tearin’ Up My Heart

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The DFL Show: Episode 43 – Life, The Universe, And Everything, Plus One

Oh boy, what a show we have for you this week! Stef, Brad, and Eric are all sitting around the mics this week to give you the pop culture references and lists of things wrong with their cars that you all crave. What? Racing? You wanted us to talk about racing? I guess we do that, too…

Stef kicks off the show with a list of things wrong with her Parshalump race car, then we give a decent breakdown of all the racing from the weekend, most of which could not be watched at all. Brad gives an excellent unpaid advertisement for MTOD, We did get a chance to see the Supercars racing from Adelaide, but Trans Am at Sebring was untelevised, we just know it was a shitshow, and the Mint 400 was also untelevised, we just know it was awesome. 

Some NASCAR news, IndyCar testing news, still silly season in a few championships, there’s some new F1 stuff, St. Pete GP is this weekend and looks to be pretty damn awesome. Check your local listings. 

The DFL Show – Life, The Universe, And Everything, Plus One

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[Photo: Bobby Ray via IMSA Fans on Facebook]

The Cammed & Tubbed Podcast: Episode 136 – Take A Leak W/ Kevin McCauley

Our biggest regret as a podcast is that our audio files didn’t save properly the last time Kevin was a guest on the show. Back forty episodes ago or so, we had a great discussion with Kevin for about 2 hours, and we could only recover about 20 minutes of the audio to present to you listeners. As a result, we waited a while and had Kevin back on the show, because he’s a great guy and he deserved to have that time made up on our show. If you’re not already, go follow him on Instagram immediately, he’s the best car-based account we’ve ever encountered. We’ve numbered our episodes with Kevin as the “lost” episodes that we missed last time he was on, which explains why we’ve jumped from last week’s episode 176 to 136 this week. 

We talked about Kevin’s Turo experiences, new additions to his Automoji empire, and his adventures (misadventures?) with a Porsche 911 SC and a Carrera tail. Brad went to the Daytona 500. Cam got a hole in his BMW’s fuel tank. 


The Cammed and Tubbed Podcast – Take a Leak

We haven’t got a question Tuesday episode this week, because Brad was sick and couldn’t make it through the recording. Sorry about that, we’re claiming a sick day as a group. Hope you’ll forgive us!

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The DFL Show: Episode 42 – Daytona Fivehunnert Life

This week on the DFL Show, we have Eric, Pat, Joel, and Brad sitting close to the mics to discuss the racing and racing news that went on this week. Brad is recently returned from Florida where he attended the Daytona 500 mile race. Joel went to an Aussie rallycross competition over the weekend and snagged some cool video and gorgeous photography. Pat was at COTA this weekend to see some guys testing their new IMSA cars, including CJ Wilson running laps in his GT3 Cup. Eric also contributes. There’s a metric ton of news this week from Formula 1 to IMSA to WEC, and Supercars are starting up this weekend, should be a good time.


The DFL Show – Daytona Fivehunnert Life

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Acura Shows Off Their New NSX GT3 Liveries For Pirelli World Challenge

Clap it out for the orange “squircles”. 

Realtime Racing and Acura have now officially launched their 2017 Pirelli World Challenge GT class liveries for drivers Peter Kox and Ryan Eversley. each car features orange accented mirrors, hood outlet, brake duct inlets, canards, and wheel nuts on a gradient white/grey/dark grey/blue livery that is reversed from one car to the other. On top of the gradient is Realtime Racing’s traditional “squircle” bubble livery. Both cars will debut in their respective versions of this livery at the PWC opening round at the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg weekend, March 10-12. Personally, I like Peter Kox’s version of the livery better, but what do you think? Let us know in the comments. 

You can read Acura’s full press release below. 

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The Daytona 500 Travelogue Experience

Being completely frank, I have not watched a NASCAR event in years. I think the last full Daytona 500 I watched on television was the 2011 event when Trevor Bayne won for the Wood Brothers. I had grown impatient with the constant yellow flags and contrived Green/White/Checker finishes and had begun to find Waltrip’s race call absolutely insufferable. As an adult with responsibilities and a wife, I just couldn’t commit to a four-hour event nearly every Sunday, even though I’d gladly block out an entire day for the Le Mans 24 or 6 hours for one of the lesser WEC events. I’d grown bored with the concept. 

When I was given the invitation to represent Hooniverse at the Daytona 500 as a guest of Valvoline, there was no way I would turn it down, fan of the series or not. It’s been a long off-season, and I was ready to see some racing in person. Rev up the engines, it’s time for some NASCAR! A couple long plane rides later, an hour sitting in a faulty plane at the gate at DFW, and I was in Orlando. Valvoline treated us to a nice southern dinner of bbq and beer on Saturday night, then off to the track Sunday morning. Here’s how my Daytona Sunday went as a former fan of the sport. I might have enjoyed myself regardless. 

[Disclaimer: Valvoline put me on a flight to Orlando, then a chartered bus to Daytona. Two nights of great hotels, great food, and great racing.]

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Daytona 500: How ‘Bout Them Stages?

Bradley Brownell February 27, 2017 Motorsports

There’s a new rule in NASCAR racing, and it’s a bit of a strange one. If you haven’t heard by now (unlikely), the new format calls for each race to be completed in a series of three stages. The Daytona 500 was the first test of this format, and it’s got fans a bit polarized. Some are blaming the stage format for causing more crashes than usual. Most, however, will remember the 2017 running of the Daytona 500 for producing one of the most memorable finishes in a long time. Spoilers, it was Kurt Busch that won the race, his first, after not having led a lap all day. So let’s talk about that format change and why I really think I kind of sort of like it. 

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2017 Land Rover Discovery: The ‘All Around The Dial’ Review

Photo Of The Author Provided By Land Rover

Last week I had the opportunity to drive the new Land Rover Discovery. I’m not much of an off-roader, but in the interest of pushing personal boundaries, I’m happy for the opportunity. The new seven-seater Disco proved it’s pretty well capable of tackling anything the environment wants to throw at it. There is a little dial in the center console that allows you to switch through different modes, including Road, Snow, Dirt, Sand, and Rock. Over the course of two days, we would cover some 500 miles and use the knob in each of its positions. It wasn’t really intended to go that way, but as luck would have it, the area around the Utah/Arizona border had a lot more precipitation than expected. Bring it on!

[Disclaimer: Land Rover put me on a flight to LA, then a chartered jet to Utah. Two nights of great hotels, great food, and great views within Zion National Park.]

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