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Jimmy Russo is at almost every drift event here in Western Australia. A man who sacrifices a lot of his personal time to assist the drift community to do what they love.

Jimmy sets an amazing example for people in motorsport who are passionate about it and in it for the right reasons. From volunteering his time, getting sponsors on board for events like Driftability and more.

Mike Young, the winner of the 2020 Make Smoking History Forest Rally jumped on the podcast in between new dad duties to have a chat about rallying in Asia, being mobbed in India and much more.

With a list of accomplishments in offroad and onroad rally as long as his two arms, Maximum Motorsport’s Dean Herridge stepped out of his on air duties from the 2020 Make Smoking History Forest Rally to wrap up the event and chat with us about his history.

Australian Rally Champion Molly Taylor joins us for a chat about her history in motorsport and what the future hopes are, plus we get to hear about a pretty fun sounding endurance event over in Lithuania.

Thirty something Tom Bowsher has just been named as 2020s King of the Hill in the 125 restricted class at Hurricane Go Kart Club and he joined us for a chat to discuss his 3rd win, his karting history, and why people need to give REAL karting a chance.

Ian Baker is a true character of Australian motorsport. With the World Time Attack Challenge series having its 10th year in 2019, the future is looking bright for the series once borders reopen and we had Ian jump on for a chat about the history of WTAC, the future and a few fun moments over the years.

He also drops some exclusive information about the future of World Time Attack Challenge so make sure you keep a listen out for it!

We’ve got 2 for 1 value this week with Stuart Home and Joe Begic who are a mechanic and driver respectively from the Arise Racing team here in Western Australia.

Our guest this week is renowned Formula 1 photographer Mark Sutton who has spent the last 30+ years photographing motorsport around the world.

Kyle Putland, holder of the Australian record for the fastest naturally aspirated car gave us a bit of an insight into drag racing & breaking records.