Daily Driver Podcast

Know your tendencies

There are certain universal “rules” to our game. Things that we need to do in order to have success. Cut and dry type stuff. However, there’s also a section of our game that’s much more nuanced and dependent on personal tendencies. In this episode, Luke shares a personal example and challenges you to identify your tendencies.  

Margin of Victory

The best racers talk about “Margin of Victory” in terms of time; not distance. In this episode, Luke explains why and breaks down how to determining target finish line margin. 

Make the most out of what you have

Ever look back on a mistake and think, “Man, what an idiot!”? It’s easy do, but it’s not really fair to yourself. In this episode, Luke shares how to flip the script and lean into your mistakes and actually use them to your advantage. 

Diagnosing Inconsistency

There are a lot of tools, gadgets, and tricks that can help us make our cars better. But one tool stands above all when it comes to diagnosing inconsistency and making our car better…

Season 2 Preview

The Daily Driver is back! We dropped 30 episodes in Season 1 one year ago. Thanks to YOUR awesome feedback, we’re back for another Season, and maybe more… Season 2 will launch Tuesday, November 1st and feature brief, daily episodes of content designed to help you improve your game. 


Aggressiveness is one of the few things that separate the best racers from the good. But what does that look like? Luke shares the telling story of how Jerry Emmons won the 2021 Stock Eliminator World Championship with aggressiveness.

Comfort Cannot be Overstated

Driver comfort is a simple concept that we, as racers, often take for granted. How comfortable are you in competition, and how can you work to elevate that comfort level?


As racers, we tend to identify ourselves by our performance. While there is a lesson to be learned from every competitive endeavor (win or lose), self judgement can all too often turn into self-sabotage.

Trust Yourself

As racers, it’s so easy to question our instincts, to second guess ourselves. Does doing so serve you?