Locking in the Legends | FULL SHOW | #150
How much do you know about drag racing? You’re about to receive an education in Akron, Ohio drag racing history from the man who knows the most, Randy Lipscomb. Next, we’ll hear from BOLT “Marketing Man” Jason Buckles about the latest innovations leaving BOLT warehouses. | Download Full Episode #150
Segment 1: Ah, Youth | Download Segment 1
Ryan gets Dan pumped for today’s upcoming guests (Jason Buckles and Randy Lipscom), which (somehow) leads to the story of the time Dan crashed a truck into a fence, then chased a horse. No, we don’t know why either.
Segment 2: Lift, Weight, Thrust, Drag…Racing | Download Segment 2
Drag racing was born on the cements slabs of our country’s airports. Eager to celebrate the pioneers of this legendary sport is Randy Lipscomb. Randy is passionate about the history of drag racing in Akron, Ohio, and is holding a special Father’s Day event to spread the excitement.
Segment 3: Father’s Day Fun | Download Segment 3
Randy Lipscomb elaborates on the details of the Father’s Day event being held by the Akron Ohio Race Legends Fund. For more information, check out their Facebook page: Akron Ohio Race Legends Fund.
Segment 4: Reduce & Simplify | Download Segment 4
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Segment 5: The More You Know | Download Segment 5
Jason Buckles answers Dan’s many questions about BOLT (@BOLTlock), including available colors and maintenance requirements. We also hear about Jason’s SEMA experience.
Segment 6: Good Old and Great New | Download Segment 6
What old timer doesn’t like to bring up the “good ol’ days?” Dan recollects a simpler time when there were three channels on TV, cars didn’t have computers in them, and drag racing at airports was legal (sort of). Ryan quickly reminds him of the new Mustang Dan’s been driving as of late, which leads to an impromptu review of the “Bo Derek of cars.”
CreditsHost: Dan Longenette
Producer: Jason Masters
Production Asst: Joanne Bolden
Copy Editor: Sara Antonuccio
Contributor: Ryan Baker