Daily Driver Podcast


What simple facet of racing do you feel like you’ve mastered? Do you ever catch yourself taking it for granted?

Data Acquisition Tools

Interested in data acquisition? Wondering if you need it all? And if you do, what do you need (& what don’t you need)?

The Freedom of Process over Results

We’ve all heard the cliche: Process over Results! Like most cliches, however, there’s something to it. How can we focus on the process of improvement, without overemphasizing the importance of win lights? We explore some tools in this episode…

The Compound Effect

Is success one big secret, or a million little things, done consistently?

The Perfect Weapon

What is the ultimate machine in today’s world of sportsman drag racing?

The Common Trait of Truly Elite Competitors

What’s the common trait that the best racers have in common? In today’s episode, Luke focuses on a quote from Edmond Richardson to shed some light on the subject.


Why did we not see the outcome that we expected? Is there a tangible lesson, or is the takeaway more of a random result? Oftentimes distinguishing between the two is more important than the value of the lesson itself…

The Real Value of Nitrous

In the “Overestimating Opponents” episode, Luke explained why he dislikes the “spray around” strategy in typicaly competition. What then, is the value of equipping our bracket vehicles with nitrous oxide?

Gas vs. Alcohol

The age old debate! What’s the better fuel for sportsman drag racing competition: Gas or alcohol?