Winners, Champions and Legends again dominate Tech House & Speed, NASCAR Free Radio. We have international rally champions including one who’s setting records and another who’s looking to start down another road to another record book. And an American champion who’s getting the blocks lined up for another run at another title.

2002 American 2WD rally champion Lauchlin O’Sullivan struggled with machinery for a year and even for most of last weekend’s Rally in the 100 Acre Wood in Missouri, USA. But once the bugs were exterminated, he was free to charge to the Super Production category win even outrunning Polish and European champion Krzysztof Holowczyc on several stages, all with a production based machine that had to be massaged heavily to wake it up! You can hear that entire conversation at: http://bit.ly/y6rPvW

2011 Intercontinental Rally Challenge champion Andreas Mikkelsen is known for his youth and his speed. He was challenged on both at Rally Acores last weekend. The older Juho Hanninen pushed Mikkelsen hard to the final few stages on the final day. The rain during the rally challenged Andreas on the roads. Still, he turned in his third straight win including the last two in 2011 becoming the first in IRC history to achieve the hat trick. You can hear that entire conversation at: http://bit.ly/xvWGiJ

2003 World Rally Champion Petter Solberg is the last man not names Sebastien Loeb to win the WRC title. He’s hoping to bookend that feat and win another title or, at least, help his new Ford World Rally Team to end the Citroen ownership of the title. Solberg is preparing for this month Rally Mexico where he won in 2005. He loves the gravel and look forward to the mountain roads in Mexico. He also has some words for the growth of rallying in the U.S. You can hear that entire conversation at : http://bit.ly/ySikpo

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