There are some changes in store for 2012 here at Q4G. First of all – The Queers4Gears Radio Hour is no more….. we have replaced it with a new show called “Out of the Tunnel.”
My co-host Troy Germain has decided to step away from the mic this year – I want to thank Troy for all of his work last season on the Q4G Radio Hour.
Joining me on air for “Out of the Tunnel” this season is Hannah Rickards. Hannah lives here in Vegas and works at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. She is the host of “The week at LVMS” which can be seen on the track’s Facebook page and their main website. I have had a lot of fun during down-time at the races chatting with Hannah and I think we are going to have a great time on the show this season.
There are plenty of shows you can listen to for race stats and recaps – on “Out of the Tunnel” we want to focus on what’s happening off track in the world of racing. What is going on when they guys drive out of the tunnel into the real world. Of course we will talk a little racing – but Hannah and I plan to focus our show on what happens “Out of the Tunnel.”
We are no longer using Blog Talk Radio – the price was too high and the quality was too low. The downside is that we will no longer be able to take live phone calls. The show is going to be produced in-house and posted each week on the Q4G website. We hope to eventually have it available on iTunes. We will be able to pre-record segments with guests on Skype and play those segments on the show.
This first show of 2012 was a bit of a test for Hannah and I – the show will grow and change over the weeks to come. This week we talked about getting used to all of the new driver sponsor combos and some of the silly-season madness in NASCAR and the NHRA. As Hannah and I discuss, not even NASCAR is immume from Tebow Fever that is sweeping the Nation and of course we had to talk about Kasey Kahne and his thoughts about those nasty boobies.
Listen to “Out of the Tunnel” Show #1 here:
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