The Dale Jr. Download once again delivered spectacular moments in its eighth season of podcasting -- some made you laugh, some made you cry, and some left you in disbelief.
When Dirty Mo Media asked this week for you to list some of your favorites, you didn't hold back. Here are some of your more popular answers:
Ken Schrader recapping the infamous road trip with 16-year-old Dale Jr., as well as Dale Jr.'s emotional comments at the interview's conclusion. (Episode 288: Best Week Ever).
James Finch bulldozing his house to piss off his wife (Episode 287 "Rednecks and Elitists). "It wasn't long after that I was divorced."
Chase Elliott showing up to The Download hungover from his championship celebration (Episode 323: The Champion). "I'm hurting, boys."
Dale Jr.'s real-time reaction upon learning that he will be part of the 2021 class inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame. (Episode 302: Dale Jr.'s Hall of Fame Moment).
Of course there were many more awesome moments made possible by a stout line-up of guests. Here are some of the most viewed videos on Dirty Mo Media's YouTube channel in 2020:
Kyle Petty was his typical candid self talking about famous fathers and the time he rode shotgun with The King. (Episode 289: No Regrets)
Rick Mast discusses the physical toll of his racing career and his new lease on life. (Episode 286: Just Glad To Be Alive)
Kyle Busch and Dale Jr. discuss quarantine and argue over who caused a wreck in the Homestead iRacing event. (Episode 291: Crashing The Party)
Humpy Wheeler laughs about his promotional hijinks and the time he really angered Dale Earnhardt. (Episode 284: The Ringmaster)
Chocolate Myers ranked Dale Earnhardt's fiercest rivals and shared tales of the Junkyard Dogs crew. (Episode 312: Tough Customers)
Kyle Larson's tumultuous year included being suspended by NASCAR and losing his Cup ride, but it ended with a second chance. (Episode 321: Second Chances)
Ernie Irvan might've been considered one of NASCAR's all-time greats had it not been for a horrific crash at Michigan at the height of his career. (Episode 314: Cheating Death)
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