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Скачать с ютуб Mecum On the Move Podcast: Ep 55 | NASCAR Hall of Famer Ray Evernham - 1969 Dodge Hemi Daytona

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It’s day one of Dana Mecum’s 34th Original Spring Classic, and in this On the Move hosts Matt Avery and John Kraman are gearing up for nine days of auction action. Getting things started, they get listeners up to speed with events taking place right after Indy, including Mecum’s debut in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and the all-new Orlando Summer Special.

The Mecum news continues with a fresh copy of Mecum Magazine hitting the digital newsstand. The guys share what they wrote in their columns before talking about the return of other automotive events including the Bloomington Gold Corvette show and the Hot Rod Power Tour. Transitioning to car news, Matt gives the latest on what he knows about Ford’s all-new electric F150 Lightning while John dishes on the brand’s forthcoming light-duty hauler, rumored to be called the Maverick.

Talk moves to other topics like how the Mustang might become its own sub-brand and how the Bronco is getting a bump in horsepower.

In this week’s second segment, the guys are joined by NASCAR Hall of Famer Ray Evernham. Their first topic of conversation is the all-new SRX Race Series that Ray is launching later this summer, and it’s set to feature drivers like Tony Stewart, Tony Kanaan, Bill Elliott and Helio Castroneves.

Then it’s on to two very special race cars that Ray is closely connected with: the 2001 Dodge Intrepid that was Bill Elliott’s pole-winning car for the 2001 Daytona 500 and the 1969 Dodge Hemi Daytona that was the first car to officially top 200 MPH on a closed-course circuit. Ray shares the vehicles’ respective stories and their extreme provenance.

Pulling into the final stretch, Matt and John dive deep into the origins of the massive Mecum Indy event, including going all the way back to its origins in 1988 and how it’s grown to be a must-see event for all automotive enthusiasts

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