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Steve Alprin

Canadian native driving in ARCA Series for Venturini Motorsports. View Guest page

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Max Angelelli

Sun Trust Racing co-driver in Grand-Am Road Racing Series. 2005 Daytona 24 hours and Grand-Am Series Champion. View Guest page

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Hector Arana

Hector Arana—Veteran of the NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series Pro Stock Motorcyle Ranks who set a national record in 2009 and won the US Nationals at Indianapolis. View Guest page

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Darrell Basham

Darrell Basham—60 year old truck driver by trade and ARCA Re/Max Series regular. Had best season in 1976 when he finished 7th in points. Hails from Henryville, Indiana. View Guest page

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Kenny Bernstein

Kenny Bernstein—American drag racing legend known as “The King of Speed” First to top 300 MPH View Guest page

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Ken Block

2005 Rally America Rookie of the Year and 3x medalist at X Games in Rally Cross. View Guest page

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Jason Bowles

Jason Bowles—2007 Nascar Camping World Series West Rookie of the Year View Guest page

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Kenny Brack

Kenny Brack—Swedish-born driver who won the Indianapolis 500 in 1999 and was the CART champion in 1998. View Guest page

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Colin Braun

Colin Braun—2008 Raybestos Rookie of the Year in the Nascar Camping World Truck Series and current driver in that series for Roush-Fenway Racing. View Guest page

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Kurt Busch

2004 Nascar Sprint Cup Champion & driver of the #2 Miller Lite Dodge for Roger Penske View Guest page

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Kyle Busch

Kyle Busch—Nascar Sprint Cup/Nationwide and Camping World Truck Series driver View Guest page

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Andrew Caddell

Andrew Caddell—Two time champion of the Ford Mustang Challenge Series. 21 year old driver who has 59 career victories in all forms of racing. View Guest page

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Ed Carpenter

Ed Carpenter--The 2009 IndyCar Series season marks Ed Carpenter's sixth year in the series after making his debut at Chicagoland Speedway in 2003. He returns to Vision Racing for the team’s fifth season of competition and will carry the unmistakable Day-glow yellow Menards sponsorship for a second consecutive season. View Guest page

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Helio Castroneves

Helio Castroneves is 3 a time Indianapolis 500 winner View Guest page

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Angelique Chengelis

Angelique Chengelis--Longtime motorsports writer for the Detroit News, became an analyst for ESPN and ABC’s coverage of NASCAR in 2007 View Guest page

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Mike Conway

2nd year IndyCar driver for Dreyer & Reinbold Racing View Guest page

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Dale Coyne

Dale Coyne—IndyCar team owner and former series driver. Started as driver/owner in 1984. View Guest page

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John Daly

Editor of The Daly Planet Blog covering Nascar television coverage. View Guest page

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Brad Daugherty

Brad Daugherty—Basketball star at UNC and the Cleveland Cavaliers. Nascar broadcaster for ESPN and a Nascar team owner with JTG Daugherty Racing. View Guest page

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Gil DeFerran

Gil deFerran—2003 Indy 500 winner and 2000 & 2001 CART Champion. Owner/driver of LMP1 effort in ALMS. View Guest page

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Mike Delahanty

Mike Delahanty—Ford Racing Short Track Program Manager View Guest page

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Patrick Dempsey

Patrick Dempsey—Star of “Gray’s Anatomy” and accomplished sports car racer View Guest page

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Scott Dixon

Scott Dixon—2008 Indy 500 winner and two-time IndyCar Series Champion View Guest page

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Ron Drager

Ron Drager—ARCA Re/Max Series President and owner/promoter at Toledo and Flat Rock Speedways. View Guest page

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Dale Earnhardt, Jr

Dale Earnhardt, Jr-Nascar’s Most Popular Driver, son of the late Dale Earnhardt, Sr. and current driver for Hendrick Motorsports View Guest page

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Mike Edwards

2009 NHRA Pro Stock Champion. View Guest page

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Andreas Erikkson

Andreas Erikkson—Driver/owner Olsbergs Motorsport Evolution and 4-time Swedish Rally Champion. View Guest page

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Jon Fogarty

Jon Fogarty—Co-driver with Alex Gurney of the #99 Gainsco car in the Grand-Am Rolex Series . The two won the Daytona Prototype crown in 2007. View Guest page

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Ashley Force

Ashley Force Hood—Daughter of 14-time NHRA Champion John Force. Third year as Funny Car driver. Currently third in points. View Guest page

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John Force

John Force—14 time NHRA Funny Car Champion and owner of John Force Racing that has 4 entries in the NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series. View Guest page

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Ashley Force Hood

2009 NHRA Funny Car series runner-up View Guest page

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Lewis Franck

Lewis Franck—Award winning journalist and motorsports contributor to ESPN.com. View Guest page

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Vaughn Gittin, Jr

Formula Drift 8 year veteran. View Guest page

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Marcus Gronberg

Marcus Gronberg—2-time World Rally Driving Champion View Guest page

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Matt Hagan

2nd full season in NHRA Funny Car division driving the Die Hard Dodge for Don Schumacher Racing. View Guest page

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Andrew Hagen

Andrew Hagen—Australian native driving for Brad Keselowski Racing in the Super Late Model Series. Moved to USA in 2008 to continue to pursue a racing career. View Guest page

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Mike Harris

Mike Harris—AP National Motorsports correspondent View Guest page

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Bryan Herta

Bryan Herta--One of only three drivers in history to win a race in the IndyCar Series, the ALMS and CART and now owns Indy Lights team with Steve Newey. View Guest page

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Robert Hight

2009 NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series Funny Car Champion View Guest page

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J.R. Hildrebrand

J.R. Hildrebrand-2009 Firstone Indy Lites Champion View Guest page

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David Hobbs

David Hobbs-30-year history of international driving experience at all levels of motor sports, including sports car, touring cars,I ndy cars, IMSA and Formula One Currently F-1 analyst on Speed View Guest page

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Ron Hornaday

Ron Hornaday, Jr.—All time Nascar Camping World Truck Series winner. 3-time NCWTS champion. View Guest page

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Brian Ickler

Brian Ickler-Former Score driver now driving #51 Billy Ballew machine in NCWTS View Guest page

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Allen Johnson

Allen Johnson—Started racing the NHRA Pro Stock division in 1999. Earned his best season points finish, 4th, in 2007. View Guest page

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Levi Jones

Levi Jones—Two-time USAC Sprint Car Champion. Drives for Tony Stewart Racing. View Guest page

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Leh Keen

Leh Keen—25 year old has competed in Grand-Am Rolex Series since 2004 View Guest page

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Brad Keselowski

New Penske Racing driver in Nascar’s Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series in 2009. Finished 3rd in 2008 and 2009 in Nationwide Series points. View Guest page

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Brian Keselowski

Brian Keselowski—Nationwide series driver and team owner. Older brother of Nascar Nationwide Series Most Popular Driver Brad Keselowski. View Guest page

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Parker Kligerman

Parker Kligerman-ARCA Re/Max Series rookie who is in his first ever year of stock car racing and is a developmental driver for Roger Penske. Makes Nascar Nationwide debut in two weeks at Kansas. View Guest page

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Jason Leffler

Jason Leffler—Currently 4th in the Nascar Nationwide Series for Braun Racing and a three-time USAC Midget Champion. View Guest page

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Justin Lofton

Justin Lofton—23 year old former hill climb and off-road racing driver now driving for Eddie Sharp Racing in the ARCA Re/Max Series. Leads points in series. View Guest page

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Dustin Long

Dustin Long—Veteran Nascar writer for Hampton Roads Newspapers and The Virginian-Pilot View Guest page

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Patrick Long

Patrick Long—Youngest ever winner of the 24 Hours of LeMans..longtime Porsche factory driver. Speaks four different languages. View Guest page

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Alison MacLeod

Alison MacLeod—20 year old is the winningest woman driver in USAC history. View Guest page

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Pippa Mann

England native who is in her second year racing in the Firestone Indy Lights Series for Sam Schmidt Motorsports View Guest page

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Bob Margolis

Bob Margolis—Freelance journalist and author. Currently working on a book about Nascar team owner and industrialist Jack Roush. View Guest page

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Cory McClenathan

Cory McClenathan drives Fram Top Fuel Dragster in the NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series for Don Schumacher Racing. 36 career wins and finished 3rd in 2008/. Justin Allgaier—2008 ARCA Re/Max Series Champion. Five-time quarter midge champion by the age of 12. Derek Daly-Former Formula One and IndyCar driver. Became racing television commentator and now is an author and speaker. View Guest page

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Allan McNish

Allan McNish—Factory driver for Audi in ALMS. Three-time ALMS champion and two-time 24 Hour of Le Mans victor. View Guest page

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Joel Miller

Joel Miller—21 year old driver in Star Mazda Series and former US National ICA Karting Champion View Guest page

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Kevin Miller

Named USAC President in December 2007. Came to USAC from Chrysler where he was Senior Manager Mopar Brand Marketing. View Guest page

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Robin Miller

Robin Miller— Covered motorsports at The Indianapolis Star from 1969-2000, named assistant sports editor in 1984 and associate sports editor in 1989. Worked for ESPN from 2001-2003 on RPM2Night and ESPN.com. Also covered Indy car racing for Autoweek, Autosport, Car & Driver and On Track magazines during the past 35 years. Now works for Speed. View Guest page

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Brett Moffitt

Brett Moffitt—16 year-old Nascar Camping World East driver who became youngest driver ever to claim a series win. View Guest page

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Johnny O’Connell

Johnny O’Connell—Veteran road racer and 3-time ALMS GT-1 Champion View Guest page

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John Oreovicz

John Oreovicz—Veteran motorsports journalist currently covering IndyCar for ESPN.com View Guest page

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Stephen Page

Stephen Page—Co-creator of the Vintage Racing League and its 30,000 strong member online community. View Guest page

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Roger Penske

15-time Indianapolis 500 winning owner, Nascar team owner and a former race car driver. Also operates 2 billion dollar Penske Corporation. View Guest page

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Timothy Peters

2010 Daytona NCWTS winner View Guest page

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Nelson Piquet, JR.

Son of three-time Formula One World Champion Nelson Piquet. Race in F-1 in 2008 and 2009. Made his Nascar debut at Daytona this February in the Camping World Truck Series finishing 6th. View Guest page

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Scott Pruett

8-time sports car champion and Grand-Am Rolex Daytona Prototype driver for Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates. Also children’s book author. View Guest page

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David Ragan

David Ragan—Nascar Sprint Cup driver for Roush-Fenway Racing. Grabbed his first Nationwide Series win at Talladega in 2009 and then a second career victory at Bristol. View Guest page

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Bobby Rahal

Bobby Rahal—1986 Indianapolis 500 winner and 3 time CART Champion View Guest page

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David Reutimann

David Reutimann—Became the latest driver to win his first Nascar Sprint Cup Race at the Coca-Cola 600 Labor Day weekend at Lowes Motor Speedway. He’s become known as “The Franchise” at Michael Waltrip Racing. View Guest page

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Jim Sassorossi

Jim Sassorossi—Director-Mopar Global Parts Sales and Marketing View Guest page

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Oriol Servia

Oriol Servia—Spanish born Indy Car driver who was the 1999 Indy Lights Champion beating Casey Mears. Was Champ Car winner at Montreal in 2005. View Guest page

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Melanie Snow

Melanie Snow—2009 IMSA Patron GT3 Challenge and ALMS Challenge Champion along with ALMS 2009 Rookie of the year. View Guest page

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Lee Spencer

Lee Spencer—Veteran Nascar columnist for Fox Sports.com View Guest page

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Alex Tagliani

Alex Tagliani-‘Tag,’ as he’s known in the racing world, moved up the Canadian racing ladder become one of the most successful drivers in the Atlantic Series before moving up the Champ Car World Series View Guest page

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Bob Tasca III

Grandson of legendary drag race Bob Tasca, Sr. Broke through with his first NHRA Funny Car win in 2009 at Gainesville, FL. View Guest page

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Wayne Taylor

Wayne Taylor—Grand-Am Daytona Prototype team owner and driver and two-time Daytona 24 hour winner as a driver. View Guest page

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Paul Tracy

Paul Tracy—“The Thrill from West Hill” was 2003 Champ Car Series Champion and finished 2nd in disputed 2002 Indy 500 finish. View Guest page

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Al Unser, Jr.

Al Unser, Jr.—Son of 4-time Indianapolis 500 winner Al Unser and a two-time Indianapolis 500 winner himself. View Guest page

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Susan Wade

Susan Wade—Drag Racing Columnist National Speed Sport Magazine. View Guest page

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Kenny Wallace

Kenny Wallace—Nascar Nationwide driver and co-host of Speed’s Race Day and Victory Lane View Guest page

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Tim Wilkerson

Tim Wilkerson—NHRA Funny Car veteran who finished second in the points in 2008. View Guest page

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Justin Wilson

Two-time winner in IndyCar series. 2009 gave longtime team owner Dale Coyne first career victory at Watkins Glen. View Guest page

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Brian Wolfe

Brian Wolfe—Director of Ford Racing and a licensed drag racer. View Guest page

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Eddie Wood

Eddie Wood—Co-owner of the famous #21 Motorcraft Ford Fusion in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series View Guest page

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Smokey Young

Smokey Young—Former USAF pilot who flew F-111 Stealth Bomber. 2003 Formula 1 Air Racing Rooke of the Year. View Guest page

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Best of Pit Pass USA with Larry Henry

January 2, 2013
Hosted by Larry Henry

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Pit Pass USA with Larry Henry

Wednesday at 4 PM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Sports Channel

Pit Pass USA is about all forms of racing. Pit Pass USA prides itself on not just being about Nascar or IndyCar or NHRA, or any one particular series.
Pit Pass USA has conversations, not interviews with drivers, owners, crew chiefs, series officials, crew members and even the media. We want to hear their story, find out what makes them tick, and get their viewpoint on the sport.
One thing that we strive for on Pit Pass USA is bringing the untold story to race fans. That’s why one of our key goals is to talk to those that may not get much media attention but are working just as hard as the stars of the sport to make their dreams come true.
Pit Pass USA is broadcast live every Wednesday at 4 PM Pacific Time on the Power Up Motorsports Series on the VoiceAmerica Sports Channel.

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Larry Henry

Larry is a lifetime member of the radio and TV broadcast community who has used his wit, charm, and voice to carve out a 20 year career in a top 10 U.S. market and 40 year career overall.
During his career, Larry has provided exciting play-by-play for the University of Michigan basketball and football which included broadcasting three different NCAA Men's Basketball Championship games.
The Detroit Lions asked Larry to be their pre-season television voice for several seasons and the Detroit Pistons used his talents for radio play-by-play also.
Auto racing has always been a passion of Larry's and he had the honor of being a member of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Radio Network broadcasting 15 Indy 500s from 1980 thru 1995. He continued his association with racing doing radio and television for Championship Auto Racing Teams. Currently he hosts a custom podcast weekly for Ford Racing entitled "This Week in Ford Racing” along with his own show Pit Pass USA.
On race weekends at Michigan International Speedway, you’ll hear Larry as the track announcer there. He is also announcer at Daytona International Speedway for the July Nascar weekend.
Larry knows many of the drivers and owners in Nascar, IndyCar, NHRA, USAC, ARCA and other series on a first name basis. He was there when Chip Ganassi first stepped into an IndyCar and considers Roger Penske a friend.
He is also a long time member of the American Auto Racing Writers and Broadcasters Association and the National Motorsports Press Association.

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