SpeedFreaks National Radio Show Zeros In On Some Freakin’ Frank Conversations

Hollywood, CA (February 13, 2007) -- The lower 50 states’ biggest motorsports radio show, SpeedFreaks, once again showed their manhood (and womanhood) Sunday night. The Bud Poll winner David Gilliland took first dibs with the Freaks. Crash, Lugg, Statt and the Sarge all shared some Freak Nation Mojo with the SoCal big gamer. Then, NASCAR Busch series pilot Bobby Hamilton Jr., son of the late driving champion Bobby Hamilton, parked his Nashville big rig for some very candid conversation.

“We’ve had BH Junior on the show for the last six years but this was one for the books,” says the Freaks’ Kenny Sargent. “We turned our mics off and let the 29 year-old go. It was all fair game. Bobby shared his thoughts on his dad, Bobby Hamilton Racing, Dale Junior, his return to the Busch series and his new bar in Nashville. You’ve got to check it out on our web site.”

Also on www.SpeedFreaks.TV ready for download to your iPod or computer is the full two hour radio show including all three NHRA winners from Pomona and a deep Freakin’ discussion on the Daytona 500 vs. Indy 500…Which one is more American?