A play on the triumph and losses in performance and life. The Talent Tank podcast will navigate the inner workings of lifestyle, lives, family, teams, careers, programs, and technology in and around the offroad motorsports industry. What breeds success with your Talent Tank on full, failures when its on empty. From the journey to the Starting Line to take that Green Flag, on to exploring trials and tribulations on and off the track in pursuit of victorious achievement and the Checkered Flag.
Here we go with the second installment of the ULTRA4 Racings King of the Hammers 2020 The Talent Tank sessions, Executive Produced by Caleb Norman @caleb__norman.
The story behind the quite darkhorse piloting the brand new #9 in the Campbell Dynasty stable, we sat down with Bryan Crofts, @b_crofts AKA: Mr. Bailey Campbell for this dive session into The Talent Tank. From Cali to AZ, from Sheriff to Racecar driver, from a pile of tube to 31 days later the new #9. We discuss slaying dragons, finding love, and being accepted into a ready made racing family.
Check out Campbell Enterprises http://www.campbellent.com/ for more on what Wyatt calls the "Campbell Dynasty".
After the Checked Flag:
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