Mast Cast 8: Madder Than A Wet Hen

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.

Mast Cast 7: Buildin’ Tracks and Remembering Kulwicki

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.

Mast Cast 6: Hot Dogs For Supper

Rick and Ricky talk all things Martinsville including hot dogs, fond memories, snowed out races, and Bowyer’s big win. They talk about reviving short track racing at the local and national level, recall a humorous quote of the week and manage to sneak in some baseball talk as well.

Mast Cast 5: Rick and the Rattlesnakes

This week we talk about keeping perspective amidst heartbreak in sports, we recap all things from the Cup race in California including the inspection fiasco, AJ Foyt’s toughness, Rick’s quote of the week and finally, rattlesnakes.

Mast Cast 4: Brakes Don’t Work When You’re Upside Down

Rick and Ricky recap the Cup race in Phoenix, discuss promoting local short tracks from the national level, look at all 20 nominees for the 2019 class of the NASCAR Hall of Fame, Rick’s quote of the week and being upside down at Talladega.

Mast Cast 3: Rear Windows, Rowdy Burns & A Picket Fence

On this week’s episode of the Mast Cast, we discuss Kevin Harvick’s rear window and innovative ways of bending the rules in NASCAR (1:07-25:53), that time that Rick ended up at gunpoint while trying to get to the race in Vegas (25:56-34:33), Rick’s role as a stunt driver in Days of Thunder (34:38-43:29), other racing movies including some of our favorites as well as possibly the worst racing movie ever made (43:32-55:04) and quote of the week (55:07-57:54).

Mast Cast 2: Adupin’ and Awonderin’

In this week’s episode of the Mast Cast, Rick and Ricky recap the Cup race in Atlanta (2:25 – 17:13), they open up the Ricktionary of racing terminology learned from Harry Gant (6:35 – 11:51), they share some memories of the late great Davey Allison (17:14 – 31:04), they have the first edition of Rick’s quote of the week (31:06 – 36:31) and Rick tells the story of how he used a farm animal to acquire his first race car (36:35 – 40:43).

Mast Cast 1: Bad Checks, Good Racing and A Strange Witch

In the premiere episode of the Mast Cast, former NASCAR Cup Series driver Rick Mast and his non-driving son Ricky talk about crazy race track promoters from the good ole days, the 60th running of the Daytona 500, Bubba Wallace and the legacy of Wendell Scott and a strange witch in Indianapolis.