Drag Racing Debate Show! Watch The First Episode Of NHRA Deep Stage With Lohnes and Lewis Bloom


Drag Racing Debate Show! Watch The First Episode Of NHRA Deep Stage With Lohnes and Lewis Bloom

It’s always fun to try something new, right? Well that’s what Lewis Bloom and I did while I was out in Southern California preparing for the 2020 NHRA Winternationals in Pomona. We jumped into the Wally Parks Studio and made a new show called “Deep Stage with Lewis and Brian”. This is a drag racing chat/debate show where we discuss the major topics in the sport, the controversies, and we freely share our opinions on them. We’re also joined by Whit Bazemore, former funny car racer and a guy who has never shied away from sharing his raw and honest opinions on drag racing, the NHRA, and his fellow competitors.

Some of the stuff we talk about is the reunited team of Antron Brown and Brian Corradi, Steve Torrence and how fans will react to him, Ron Capps and his pre-season fire, as well as other stuff that has come up in the off-season. Credit where it is due here because we’re not censored on topics or our opinions so you’ll hear some stuff on this show that may surprise you from all of us. That’s what makes it fun.

If you dig drag racing and like to dork out on it like the rest of us, give this thing a peek. People are digging it so far for sure.

Press play below to watch the first episode of NHRA Deep Stage with Brian and Lewis –


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8 thoughts on “Drag Racing Debate Show! Watch The First Episode Of NHRA Deep Stage With Lohnes and Lewis Bloom

  1. DanStokes

    Always great to “see” you Brian! Hope you and the family are well and content. When will you do an LSR show, maybe with Turk as your cohost?

    Dan

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  2. Clarence Sifton

    On the subject of the “countdown” I think NHRA did it because Nascar did it to escalate the fading fan base that they had stolen from the stick and ball sports. It is better to watch Nascar on television but it is the reverse in dragracing where there are more things to do at a dragrace than sit in the stands where you have limited observance of the race. Dragracing based on single national events is exciting by itself and could easily survive without the “countdown”!

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  3. Alfred D Venegas

    Thls format of chating on aspects of .NHRA is awesome wilhith all the new tech options it gives an great way to stay current on topics that otherwise are cool to hear .

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  4. Cary Dentinger

    If the nhra wants to have a FAIR countdown they need to reward the drivers with PLAYOFF POINTS….ie: playoff points for wins,top qualifier at event and per qualification round and round wins… similar to what they call \”\”little points\” now..,but a20 advantage to start the countdown is not fair

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