Back to 1992 and Region 2 7200lb modifieds. All the usual suspects from the Michigan, Indiana, Ohio area duke it out.
Back in time to our August 3rd, 2016 podcast featuring Joe Rose of the Tri-State Hot Farm Pullers and Ken Veney.
New episode drops FRIDAY!
More from the MTPA archives. 2006 Season Farm Stocks, plus some NTPA Super Farm, Pro Stock, and Super Stock classes from Chelsea and Saline, MI.
We messed up... it happens a lot if you pay close enough attention. Ed's been on the show many times and we love having him on because he knows what he's talking about and isn't afraid to share what he's learned. Go digging on our FB page and you'll also find photos and video from his Open House to unveil the last NA/SS built by E & S Motorsports. For this particular show, we visited Ed to talk about the lifeblood of your engine: 710. I mean OIL! Full Disclosure: Yes Ed is a Cenpeco Dealer, yes, after this show aired, Cenpeco became a sponsor of Sidetracked via Ed, yes Charles is a customer. However, this show is a deep dive into technology and what is important to keep your engine screaming.
The Banter Bros. were always playing around with different chassis setups trying to learn and find the edge over the competition. The rare side-seater shown was only seen very briefly because Dave didn't like how it felt to drive.
Yesterday on our Youtube channel and on Facebook, we blew out a collection of 1974 Super Stock Super 8 film. We have one more clip from that source that we are saving until Farm Show week. Today, we flash-forward a decade or so to sometime in the 1980s and a class of mostly Michigan 5500 Supers with some Indiana and Ohio iron thrown in. We are not certain where this took place, but we believe it my have been South Bend, IN. If you know, share with us in the comments below!
Last night's show includes rants, realism, diversions, and horrible sound due to an engineer who sucks.
Don't listen. Or do. Choice is yours.
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We hope you have been enjoying the Sidetracked Rewinds, but today, we go the other direction. As tires get better and pullers find more power, the need to get weight forward on the chassis will only continue. Could Ricky Rose and the Slaghs be pioneering a new look for the sport? We did some "forward thinking" of our own about what a LSS and a LTUNL might look like 5 years from now if everything was maximized forward within the rules.
The Little Red Rooster's passes from Sessions 1 & 2 at Arcola, IN in 1993. This was the 3rd and final year for 'Rooster. The following year would be the birth of High Tech Redneck.