582 episodes

A podcast from Jason Weigandt and the editorial staff of Racer X Illustrated and Racer X Online covering motocross, supercross, and dirt bike culture.

The Racer X Podcast Network Jason Weigandt and the Racer X Illustrated/Racer X Online editorial staff

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    • 4.6 • 398 Ratings

A podcast from Jason Weigandt and the editorial staff of Racer X Illustrated and Racer X Online covering motocross, supercross, and dirt bike culture.

    Racer X Read Out: Welcome to Supercross (India Edition)

    Racer X Read Out: Welcome to Supercross (India Edition)

    The brand new CEAT India Supercross Racing League has begun importing Supercross into a nation of 1.5 billion potential fans. Take a deep dive as Blake Wharton reads his feature article "Welcome to Supercross" from the August issue of Racer X magazine.
    For more from DC, Weigandt, Matthes, and the rest of the Racer X crew, subscribe to Racer X.

    • 15 min
    Exhaust #257: Windham Gets Real

    Exhaust #257: Windham Gets Real

    Enjoy the podcast audio version of Kevin Windham on the Lawrences, Sexton, Deegan, Kitchen, and his own racing career.
     
    Jason Weigandt and Jason Thomas chat with Kevin Windham for an SMX Insider interview, and KDub doesn't pull any punches on his own career, dropping some hard truths about his own successes and failures. He also talks about today's racing, including Jett and Hunter Lawrence, Chase Sexton, Haiden Deegan, Levi Kitchen, and more. Weigandt also starts the show with a rant about fitness in the sport. It's not all about fitness, actually! 
     
    The Racer X Exhaust podcast is presented by Yoshimura, On Track School, and Racer X Brand. 

    • 32 min
    Exhaust #256: The Pro Motocross Preview

    Exhaust #256: The Pro Motocross Preview

    Yeah! The great outdoors are here with the 2024 AMA Pro Motocross Championship, and Jason Weigandt, Jason Thomas and Steve Matthes argue and debate the hot topics from both classes in our annual Pro Motocross preview shows. We've clipped the audio from our videos to present these shows in podcast form. So listen in your car, while you're mowing the lawn, or while you're working out. You know JT would need this during one of his three workouts each day. 
    The Racer X Exhaust podcast is brought to you by Yoshimura, On Track School, and Racer X Brand.

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Exhaust #255: Nathan Ramsey

    Exhaust #255: Nathan Ramsey

    Nate Ramsey, one of the all-time winningest 125/250F supercross racers, has carved out a great post-racing career, now as team manager of Rockstar Energy Husqvarna. Jason Weigandt rang up Nate Dogg to get the inside story on RJ Hamsphire's 250SX West Region title, and how stressful the day felt at Salt Lake City, as well as Hampshire's race strategy. Did you know finishing second in the heat race was actually an advantage?
    They also talk about old bikes, and how the 2022 new-generation platform that Hampshire vocally criticized has now morphed into a great race bike. Could Zach Osborne's 2017-2018 250F Championship bikes compete? What about Nate's old (legendary) Honda CRF450R? Yeah, bikes have come a long way. Weigandt chats with Ramsey about it all.
    The Racer X Exhaust podcast is presented by Yoshimura, OnTrack School and Racer X Brand.

    • 56 min
    Exhaust #254: The Ex Team Manager, Part 2 (Suzuki's Mike Webb)

    Exhaust #254: The Ex Team Manager, Part 2 (Suzuki's Mike Webb)

    Mike Webb tells more behind-the-scenes stories from working with Ryan Dungey and James Stewart with Team Suzuki. Plus, how it all shut down.
    Mike Webb lived the dream life, moving to the top of the racing food chain, as Suzuki team manager for the off-road squad and then transitioning into the top of the motocross and supercross team. From tons of GNCC championships to working with Ryan Dungey and James Stewart, Mike saw it all. However, it's not always as glorious as it seems, as Mike's time in the supercross paddock came after Roger De Coster and Ian Harrison left for KTM, and Suzuki's support budget was starting to wane.
    Mike inherited Ryan Dungey and the 450SX and 450MX titles, but Dungey wanted to leave with Roger, immediately. His Suzuki contract forced him to stay. Then Mike and company faced hard luck trying to defend the titles with Dungey, which left a mark. Mike eventually rebuilt with none other than James Stewart.
    Years later, Suzuki would shut Mike's factory program down, not once, but twice. There are some deep, deep stories from behind the scenes in this interview you won't want to miss.
    This is part 2 of our two-part podcast with Webb.
    The Racer X Exhaust podcast is presented by Yoshimura and Racer X Brand.

    • 57 min
    Exhaust #253: The Ex Team Manager (Suzuki's Mike Webb)

    Exhaust #253: The Ex Team Manager (Suzuki's Mike Webb)

    Mike Webb lived the dream life, moving to the top of the racing food chain, as Suzuki team manager for the off-road squad and then transitioning into the top of the motocross and supercross team. From tons of GNCC Championships to working with Ryan Dungey and James Stewart, Mike saw it all. However, it's not always as glorious as it seems, as Mike's time in the supercross paddock came after Roger De Coster and Ian Harrison left for KTM, and Suzuki's support budget was starting to wane.
    Mike inherited Ryan Dungey and the 450SX and 450MX titles, but Dungey wanted to leave with Roger, immediately. His Suzuki contract forced him to stay. Then Mike and company faced hard luck trying to defend the titles with Dungey, which left a mark. Mike eventually rebuilt with none other than James Stewart.
    Years later, Suzuki would shut Mike's factory program down, not once, but twice. There are some deep, deep stories from behind the scenes in this interview you won't want to miss.
    Enjoy part 1 of Jason Weigandt's interview with Mike Webb and be ready next week for part 2.
    The Racer X Exhaust podcast is presented by Yoshimura and Racer X Brand.

    • 1 hr 9 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
398 Ratings

398 Ratings

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Future riders

Hearing that Dax and Deegan have been friends for years prior to being teammates is hopefully going to help grow the sport for years to come. I wish both the best luck and hope they race against each other in a positive way rather pushing them in opposite directions like past teammates ended up doing. The future is bright for the fans.

Joses W ,

Wrong move

Well, you guys tried to make a paid app…that didnt work out. I even paid for it. Maybe due to schedules but maybe a little bit of people aren’t going to pay to listen to a show when there are so many others for free. I’ve been a long time fan but I’m not interested in paying for a podcast in 2021. Good luck guys!

billohriffe ,

So long

Bye bye, have fun on patreon.

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