Rick and Ricky talk all things road racing, including memories at Sears Point, Watkins Glen and Road Atlanta and also the potential perils of becoming a NASCAR owner.
Rick and Ricky recap Michigan, manufacturer battles throughout NASCAR history, the time that Rick almost killed Allen Bestwick and the amount of work that is poured into winning a race.
Rick and Ricky discuss what happens when nature calls in the race car, old-school endurance training, the races in Monaco, Indy and Charlotte, betting on NASCAR, drivers who have done “The Double” and Rick talks about the time he and John Force judged a beauty pageant.
They’re back! Rick and Ricky talk about the rules package at Charlotte and the racing that it produced, Rick discusses his disdain for the way that some members of the NASCAR media cover the sport and Ricky is excited about the Braves.
Rick and Ricky talk about Kyle Petty’s Charity Ride and all of the good work that the Petty family has done, they recap the Dover race, they discuss Matt Kenseth returning at Kansas and the rumored potential sale of NASCAR.
Rick & Ricky recap their experience at Richmond (including the search for Ricky’s wallet), Ricky recalls his first time meeting Dale Earnhardt, Sr., Rick talks about Talladega & they discuss the tragic passing of James Hylton and his son.
Rick and Ricky ponder if the “old Bristol” is back, Rick talks about the art of the “bump and run”, the quote of the week leads in to Rick’s thoughts on what today’s drivers should be doing to boost NASCAR’s popularity and Mast Cast is headed to Richmond!
Rick and Ricky talk about the controversies from the race in Texas, the Monster Energy Cup Series sponsorship news and take a look back at Michael Waltrip’s infamous wreck at Bristol in 1990.
Rick and Ricky flash back to when Texas Motor Speedway first opened which leads to a discussion about the other speedways that were built in that era and they recall memories of the late, great Alan Kulwicki.