Steve Kinser will join John Katich on the Full Throttle Racing Show tonight beginning at 8 p.m. Eastern. Kinser is gearing up to make a run at his 21st World of Outlaws title this season, as he embarks on the 36th Annual DIRTcar Nationals Presented by Mopar Speedshop, February 9-11 at Volusia Speedway Park.
Kinser, won at Volusia in 2005, when the series returned to the half-mile after a 20-plus year absence. That is one of his record 533 A-Feature triumphs with the series.
The native of Bloomington, Indiana spent about a month this off-season racing at Parramatta City Raceway in Australia, where he scored two wins, and nine Top-Five finishes in just ten starts.
The Full Throttle Racing Show has been on the air for five years, with several World of Outlaws drivers having been guests on the show including: Craig Dollansky, Justin Henderson, Dion Hindi, Tim Kaeding, Chad Kemenah, 2001 Champion Danny Lasoski, Jason Meyers, Daryn Pittman, Joey Saldana, reigning series champion and Knoxville Nationals winner Donny Schatz, and Brooke Tatnell.
Past guests from DIRT MotorSports and the World of Outlaws include: President and CEO Tom Deery, Chief Marketing Officer Rob Butcher, Executive Vice President of Operations, Ben Geisler, Vice President of Race Operations for the World of Outlaws Shane Carson, Chief Financial Officer Brian Carter, Vice President of Public Relations Chris Dolack, and World of Outlaws Announcer Johnny Gibson.
The Full Throttle Racing Show takes to the air live every Tuesday at 8 p.m. Eastern, 7 p.m. Central, and 5 p.m. Pacific, at www.usadirtracing.com and www.golivesports.com. Listeners are encouraged to participate in the show by sending questions and comments to the host or guests via email to host John Katich at email@example.com.
The Full Throttle Racing Show is the only broadcast or Web cast that exclusively features grass-roots open wheel racing in America, including the World of Outlaws, The O’Reilly All Star Circuit of Champions, various regional series, and the best of local sprint car racing throughout the country.
The Full Throttle Racing Show is hosted by veteran racing journalist/broadcaster John Katich and is based in Knoxville, Iowa. In addition to at least forty live broadcasts on Tuesday evenings in 2007 each show is archived for “On Demand” listening shortly after completion of the live broadcast.
To access the show live every Tuesday as well as the archives anytime, log on to: www.usadirtracing.com and www.golivesports.com. ?