San Diego, CA – Brandon Welch, driver of the Beal Racing/AutoAnything.com NHRA Nitro Funny Car, recently make a guest appearance on WFO Radio to talk about the team’s offseason progress and their outlook for the remainder of the 2016 season. In addition, Brandon spoke about the long term plans for the team and the approach they are taking into next season and beyond. Click on the audio link below to hear the full interview.
ABOUT BEAL RACING
San Diego-based Beal Racing campaigns a 300+ mph nitro funny car on the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series. The team is owned by Chuck Beal and driven by 2016 rookie and Chuck’s grandson, Brandon Welch. After 45 years in drag racing, veteran driver Beal handed over the reins of the family race car to grandson, Brandon in 2015. Beal Racing is sure to be a focus of media and fan attention with a new driver continuing a storied family racing legacy. To learn more about Beal Racing visit www.bealracing.com, or tune in to NHRA competition on Fox and Fox Sports 1.
ABOUT WFO RADIO
Founded in 2009, WFO Radio is a cutting-edge motorsports podcast, serving race fans across the globe with entertaining content focused primarily on NHRA Drag Racing and NASCAR. Veteran motorsports radio personality Joe Castello hosts the shows which feature interviews with many of racing’s biggest stars.
WFO Radio provides listeners with two shows each week: WFO Radio NHRA Nitro and WFO Radio Ignition.
WFO Radio NHRA Nitro provides the latest from the sport of NHRA Drag Racing and features interviews with the weekly National Event winners from the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series as well as the NHRA Lucas Oil Series.
WFO Radio Ignition focuses on the latest from NASCAR, while also delving into other forms of motorsports including Formula One, IndyCar, Sports Car racing, and the automotive lifestyle. IGNITION is also the home of the popular Vegas handicappers segment along with a yearly NASCAR Fantasy League.
While the driver interviews provide tremendous insight, every WFO Radio show is listener driven with Castello interacting with racing fans who want their voices heard. A plethora of ways are available for fans to get involved with the show, including social media channels, listener meet-ups at race tracks, live online chats, and even the traditional telephone “call-in” to the show.
WFO Radio is easy to find whether using a smartphone, tablet or computer. A dedicated WFO Radio application is available for iPhone and Android users, while WFO Radio can also found on iTunes, iHeartRadio RaceDay Nation, Stitcher, TuneIn, and SoundCloud.