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  • Wayne & Dick Anderson Start New Late Model Series


    The new late model touring series coming to Florida’s paved race tracks in 2010 has already begun to create a buzz around the state. Which is what you would expect of a touring series created by Wayne Anderson along with his famous father Dick Anderson and well known racer and Florida businessman Alan Bruns. Two hours of interviews with Dick, Wayne and Alan inside the creation of this new late model series sure to turn some heads in 2010.

  • Scott Legasse, NASCAR Nationwide series star


    Show #88 June 29, 2009 NASCAR Nationwide series star Scott Legasse, a St Auguistine native, talked about his year and wants you all to help him with his charity work with Flagler College. It is a great cause and good guy is behind it, check it out.

  • Kevin Durden


    Kevin Durden may be new to the ranks of dirt late model racers, but when the Powell Memorial fires off at Ocala Speedway this weekend, he won't be running for second.Kevin joins the IFR hosts for a preview of the United Dirt Late Model Challenge Series weekend ahead.

  • Shawn Reutimann


    Spotter for his cousin David Reutimann, Shawn talks with Cece and Rob after David finally captured his first Sprint Cup win recently. The Reutimann story is a true rags to riches racing story.

  • Lake Speed - NASCAR and Karting Star


    In 1978, a young American driver traveled to Lemans, France, and pulled a huge upset, winning the Karting World Championship race. On that day he bested, among others, the future Formula One star Ayrton Senna. And, he is still the only American to have won the Karting World Championship. That driver was Lake Speed! Lake won six International Karting Federation championships in his early karting days. In 1980 after considering racing in other series such as Formula One, CART, and IMSA, and getting advice from current Lowe's Motor Speedway promoter, Humpy Wheeler, Speed chose to go NASCAR racing. According to Speed, "It was the highest mountain to climb."

  • Scott Thompson Memorial Preview


    East Bay co-owner Todd Hutto previews the Scott Thompson Memorial set gfor May 23. "Hopefully we will have about 30-35 cars or so in the pit area for the race", said Todd Hutto, one of the East Bay ownership. "It should be a great race", he stated, "Airgas has come on board with us, helping us this weekend , helping us do some special things for this special race."

  • Phil Harp - Owner DeSoto Champ Karts Series


    No doubt one of the most successful touring series in Florida is the DeSoto Champ Karts, the creation of Phil Harp and helped immensely by Mike Portman and others. Phil tells the story.

  • Why Drivers Get Paid To Race? Answered.


    Show #84 - May 11, 2009 A review of racing around the state, from the Top Gun Series at East Bay Raceway Park, to Ocala, the late model debacle at Columbia Motorsports Park, A visit with FASCAR and other news. In addition, the hosts of IFR explore drivers lack of self-promotion and lack of promoting their tracks. Clarence Smith, promoter of Putnam County Speedway, brings fans up to date on the Palatka, Fl. track. Late Model star Drew Brannon keeps winning wherever he shows up and joins CeCe, Rob and Jack to talk about this latest wins at Senoia Speedway and Watermelon Capital. Eric Filgueiras, a fifteen year old star of road course kart racing is featured on our Karting segment. Top ten reasons why drivers don't promoter themselves, submitted courtesy of Rex Hollinger. Other breaking news not heard or read anywhere else.

  • Top Gun Sprint Car Race


    Live from East Bay Raceway Park, the Top Gun Sprints put on a whale of a show, called by Rick Anges and Bill Green.

  • Wayne Jefferson - Getting to Know BMS


    Wayne Jefferson made some new fans this past weekend, putting on a thrilling show at Bronson Motor Speedway. Though not quite embracing his toughest track, he's starting to like it a little more

  • Smitty Smith - The Tech Man


    Smitty Smith, longtime tech man at Sunshine shares his views on the tech shed, and gives pointers for racers. Smith has been at it since 1970, so he has seen it all.

  • Tate Pierce - One of Florida's Finest


    In one of the most memorable interviews on IFR, Tate Pierce details the events leading up to the "Grouch" Myers Memorial Modified race and how he managed to pull off the biggest win of his career. The 35 year old race car driver got home at 3 Am, got up at 7 Am to teach is son's Sunday School class.

  • Larry MacMillan - Legendary Voice of Florida Racing


    Larry started in announcing at the Largo Lions Club Speedway in the 1950s. He has been working in that capacity ever since. Over 20 years at Sunshine Speedway, beginning in 1960. Worked with Dan Jones, Leo Musgrave and Gordon Solie. He has been at Citrus County Speedway for over 20 years currently.

  • Johanna Long - Late Model Star


    Johanna Long, late model driver from Pensacola, won the first Blizzard race at Five Flags for 2009. The field of 28 cars included some of the very best Super Late Model racers in the south.

  • Kevin Mills - Coming Back!


    Another driver who survived a bad accident is Kevin Mills. A very emotional Mills describes the terrible accident at Ocala and his recovery.

  • Patrick Sheltra WINS!


    Patrick Sheltra, fresh off his big ARCA win after sustaining a horrible crash at Daytona, talks about his positive attitude and the successful outing at Salem.

  • Rusty Marcus - Fixing Orlando Speedworld


    The former promoter of Orlando Speedworld gives his insight into what would turn Orlando Speedworld into one of Florida's top tracks. He also tells other promoters what is holding back Florida racing from being bigger and more successful than it is.

  • Ivedent Lloyd - Dirt Late Models


    A very in depth interview with the "Professor" Ivedent Lloyd, arguably the top dirt late model racer in Florida today. Fresh off a win after the longest drought of his racing career Ivedent touches on many topics in this interview with Joe Dirt and Billy the Kid.

  • Chad Kemenah - WoO Sprints


    Chad Kemenah breaks the news about losing his longtime sprint car ride in the WoO, in his first interview after the fact of losing his job.

  • Joe Ruttman on Real Racin' USA


    Joe Ruttman has seen a lot racing in his day. He made his first Winston Cup start in 1963, at the age of 18, his last Winston Cup Start in 2004, a period spanning FIVE decades! In 225 career Winston Cup starts, he finished in the top ten 60 times, or approx. 1 in every 4 starts, and accumulated 19 top five finishes. Joe has won 13 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Races and was also the 1980 USAC Stock Car Champion .His brother won the 1952 Indianapolis 500, and still is the youngest winner on record at 22 years, 80 days. As a young adult, he drove for "Bug" Go-Karts, winning karting events throughout the Southwest.

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