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Greg AndersonNHRA Dallas Pro Stock Winner Greg Anderson has two races to make up a little more than 100 points to grab his fifth championship. Anderson won titles in 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2010. He came into The Freak Nation Sunday night to celebrate his 94th career win. Anderson is a Friend of the Freaks so we always have fun when we chat. Listen…

Christian Eckes2019 ARCA Champion Christian Eckes came into The Freak Nation Sunday night after his championship run Friday night in Kansas. Eckes won to assure himself of the title. But he was very laid back about the win in his new apartment and cooking pancakes for dinner. Listen…

Eric CurranIMSA Petit Le Mans Winner Eric Curran stepped away from celebrating after the IMSA dinner to have a conversation in The Freak Nation Sunday night. Curran says he’s in the midst of slowing down his racing after his wins and his 2016 IMSA championship. Curran is now in the midst of building an exotic car business on the West Coast. And he enjoys talking ab out it. Listen…

Jagger JonesK&N Roseville Pro West Winner Jagger Jones is happy with his first professional win at Roseville, California this weekend. The grandson of legendary racer Parnelli Jones is proud to carry on in the family business. He’s especially happy to be building a career in stock car racing, a career he expects to carry on and, even, expand next season. Listen…

ERica EndersNHRA St. Louis Pro Stock Winner Erica Enders returned to The Freak Nation Sunday night after a big win. She’s fighting for another championship to go along with those won in 2015 and 2015. Enders is growing up with another birthday Tuesday. So she was hesitant to talk about the drivers she likes to beat more than others. Those were the drivers who made it difficult for her on the way to her two championships. Listen…

Brock HegerLucas Oil Off Road Racing Series Glen Helen Pro Lite Winner Brock Heger visited The Freak Nation Sunday night while he was pulling his rig home from a race weekend. Heger has had considerable success in the Lucas Oil Series with wins in Pro Lite and Production 1000. But keeping up with motorcycles whizzing by his truck is another thing. Listen…

Chase ElliottNASCAR Charlotte Roval Winner Chase Elliott came into The Freak Nation Sunday night after his important win. Elliott lost control of his car midway through the race, slammed into a barrier and had to drive his way through the field and back to the front to get the win. Elliott is part of the next generation of race winners in the NASCAR Cup Series so The Freaks enjoy it when we get a chance to talk with a potential champion. Listen…

tannerfoustAmericas Rallycross Texas Winner Tanner Foust interrupted dinner Sunday night to talk with The Freaks. It’d been a while since Foust was in The Freak Nation and we had a lot to catch up on including his potential Americas Rallycross Championship decider next weekend at Mid-Ohio. He’s the points leader and favorite to win the title but Tanner and titles are just a part of his resume. His titles can make the big screen. Listen…

Josef Newgarden2019 IndyCar Champion Josef Newgarden was in The Freak Nation right after he earned the title in the season’s final race at WeatherTech Raceway at Laguna Seca where he finished eighth overall. Colton Herta won the race but Newgarden won his second title in the last three years. He’s always a favorite in The Freak Nation after a win and Sunday night was no different. A highlight in the conversation was when he talked about the questions he was asked on his media tour after the race. Listen…

Dane CameronIMSA Laguna Seca Winner Dane Cameron is always welcome on Sunday nights. His win along with co-driver Juan Pablo Montoya moved the pair at the doorstep of the 2019 IMSA championship with one race to go in Atlanta. Cameron already has two titles but he’s battling for a third in his Penske Acura DPI. Cameron has experience in chasing the spotlight. Listen…