Saturday, August 22, 2015

DT Radio Show: We Talk Drifting, Stunts, and Hooning With Racer Sarah Fairfield

In this week's feature length episode (that is code for long...) Vince and Cflo are extremely lucky to welcome in LeMons superstar and professional stunt driver Sarah Fairfield!! We talk stunt driving and crash derby, cross country roadies, and producer Ben finally lets us review a BMW!!




Big thanks to Sarah for joining us on the show and answering our ridiculous questions.  If you want to be on the show, or if you want to sell your custom made Cinnabon flavored brake shoes, send our producer Ben and e-mail: DTRadio@dailyturismo.com

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10 comments:

  1. I'm a fan of the DT website. I love cars. But this interview to me came off a bit sophomoric with all the smart-ass comments. I just felt the way in which the interview was conducted detracted from the more interesting points. I'm sure stunt driving is a serious business and I would have liked to learn more about the nitty gritty of it. Just my 2cents.

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    1. John -- Appreciate the comments, but I think this interview fits with the general irreverence that pervades most of DT and certainly isn't the most sophomoric, moronic, or dimwitted things written/said on this site from the past week. On the interview decency scale from Howard Stern to Huell Howser, this interview fell squarely into PBS side of things -- with the exception of a cringe worthy comment about a name, which was almost left on the cutting room floor, but kept in the recording for the sake of general goofiness. This isn't Pebble Beach, but it isn't Venice Beach either, and somewhere in the middle you might find humor and entertainment. The other part of this interview that you as a listener might not be aware is that Sarah, Chris and I have spent many a weekend swearing at 24 Hrs of LeMons cars, drinking, and this wasn't the first time we've met, so the common decency reserved for new people was tossed aside with a bucket of used oil. If you thought this episode was spicy, you might want to tune in next week when we interview a long time friend with Tourette's syndrome as he tries to use Harbor Freight snap ring pliers to attach a c-clip on a burning hot turbocharger wastegate arm.
      -Vince, DT E-i-C.

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    2. Huell Howser was a great man. RIP

      I eagerly look forward to the next podcast...I love harbor freight.

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  2. Crappy rude sophomoric interview skills.

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    1. Refund checks are in the mail, I'm sure. Expect yours shortly.

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    2. We've been accused of worse!

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    3. In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right ... to be confronted with the witnesses against him; - U.S. Const. amend. VI

      Will the witness, Anonymous, please come forward. Seeing none, case dismissed. Bailiff, pass me the beer bong.

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  3. http://www.rickseamanstuntdrivingschool.com

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  4. I enjoyed the podcast. Thanks for addressing the questions. Interesting lady. You may want to invite her back in the future for part two. I would be interested in hearing about the type of jobs she had driving (movie work, commercials, etc.).

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    1. I concur. This was an excellent episode and she was an excellent guest. +1!

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