Brad Keselowski is no stranger to controversy; he doesn't deny his many conflicts with fellow drivers and the powers that be at NASCAR, but he also never backs down. His talent and aggressive racing style have taken him to the highest professional level in stock car racing, including two national championships.
The Dillon brothers, Austin and Ty, have spent a lot of time running around in circles -- which is a good thing when you're the grandkids of famed stock car team owner Richard Childress, founder of Richard Childress Racing (RCR).
MAVTV Motorsports Network is expanding its availability to race fans in Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan with the signing of a carriage agreement with Buckeye CableSystem.
When you start with nothing, the only way forward is up," certainly seems true of Richard Childress. He knew poverty and hard times as a youngster but grew up to enjoy much success in multiple business ventures and considerable fame in NASCAR. Best known as the team owner of the formidable Richard Childress Racing team (RCR), Childress talks to Dave Despain this Sunday, October 18 at 8:30pm ET. Childress got into racing to become a winning stock car driver, but ended up building one of the most legendary racing organizations in motorsports history, with great triumphs and tragedies along the way.
Few people know the harsh, rugged terrain of Baja, California better than Cameron "PAB" Steele, and fewer still race so well in a 800 horsepower Trophy Truck. This Sunday, October 11 at 8:30pm ET, Steele talks with Dave Despain as both a MAVTV on-air colleague and as someone who loves the beauty and challenges of the desert.