Gas and Go Podcast

Gas And Go: Episode 4



Welcome back to another edition of Gas and Go, the sister podcast to Over the Wall. It is Tuesday, June 2nd, 2009, I am your host Chris Smith, managing editor at

Well, “The Franchise” has two big weeks in a row, “Smoke” does something that hasn’t been done in over 16 years and you get my take on the latest hot topics.

Topics covered during the podcast were the following:

  • “The Franchise” wins the 600 and follows with Pole at Dover
  • Tony Stewart does something that hasn’t been done in 16 years
  • Tony Eury Jr. out, what this does for Earnhardt Jr.
  • Would Danica Patrick survive in NASCAR if she made the move
  • The latest NAACP action and how this benefits Bruton Smith
  • New Facebook Discussion topics
  • Music this episode “Mark My Words” from Granian on the Podsafe Music Network
  • Exit Bumpers courtesy of PhilX of Powder Link
  • Be sure to check us follow us on Twitter Link
  • Be sure to join our Facebook group and leave comments on our wall Facebook Link

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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, 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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