Over The Wall Podcast

Over The Wall: Episode 9



Well, the missing Episode nine, is finally here. Make sure you pick up the Bonus Episode as well. In Episode nine, our panel, discusses whether or not Cup drivers should drive in the lower tier series as well as preview a race that has already happened, Phoenix. We also talk about the “Black and White Hats in NASCAR”. Well, we tease it. You have to pick up the bonus episode to be able to hear that discussion.

This was recorded on April 15th, late at night and we all let time get away from us as well as were a little “Punch Happy” in the wee hours at night. Our panel consisted of, myself, Chris Smith, Fluid Media’s Joe Magennis and Cameron Watson.

So sit back and enjoy the show.

Topics covered during the podcast were the following:

  • Joey Logano Discussion
  • Should Cup Drivers Be Allowed to Run in Lower Tier Series
  • Phoenix Preview
  • Remembering David Poole
  • Song: “Dead Letter” by Cage 9 Located on the Podsafe Music Network
  • Intro and Exit Bumpers courtesy of PhilX of Powder PowderMusic.com Link
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Enjoy the podcast. We’ll put a new one up next week. Please let us know how you like it and what changes you would recommend. Again, your comments will drive the content.

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About Christopher Smith

A long time fan of NASCAR, he attended his first race as a kid in 1979 at Charlotte Motor Speedway for the World 600. Christopher watched Darrell Waltrip drive his way to victory and from that day forward he’s been hooked. As president of RubbingsRacing.com, Christopher launched the site in 2000 and in the past decade, it has grown into a NASCAR-accredited web site hosting multiple podcasts, dedicated writers and race coverage at the majority of NASCAR-sanctioned events. Christopher is an official member of the National Motorsports Press Association (NMPA).

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