OSUSC Podcast #121: Rob MacGregor and the all new Truck Class for 2021!

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The OSUSC Podcast – Episode #121

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Welcome to the Optima Search For the Ultimate Street Car Series Podcast! This show is produced twice-per-month show and will be a great way to keep people informed on everything going on, from rules discussions, to event coverage, and to feature interviews with competitors and people of interest!

The show is hosted by myself (Rob Kibbe) and Race Director Jimi Day. Our goal is to bring you all of the latest and greatest information possible…plus have plenty of fun along with way. Feel free to e-mail us with feedback and questions, and we’ll work as many of them can into the show!

-Rob Kibbe (mailto:robert@themusclecarplace.com) & Jimi Day (jimi@driveusca.com)

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Welcome Forgeline!

forgeline-keating-large_image-630We are incredibly proud to announce that Forgeline Motorsports has also returned to the OSUSC Podcast show for 2021! Forgeline has been a staple among OSUSC competitors, and their incredible wheels are as well engineered (and race tested) as they are beautiful.

Stay tuned to future shows to hear more from Forgline, and be sure to visit their website and give them a call for all of your competition wheel needs!

www.forgeline.com
Phone: (800) 886-0093

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Rob MacGregor in HellBoy!

Feature Interview:

Rob McGregor and the all new Truck Class for 2021!

Our first show of 2021 is now here and we’re proud to bring on Rob MacGregor of No Limit Engineering to discuss the all new GTT (Truck) class. As mentioned in the 2021 rules discussion podcast (Episode 120) the GTE class is now gone at the GTT class is now here. No Limit Engineering may have just been the founding company of making Pro-Touring style trucks fast and today they have really become more and more of a mainstay in our industry. Rob has quite a bit of insight into how to make the fast and fun.

Yes, we did have the “do El Camino’s and Ranchero’s count as GTT’s” discussion….and the short answer is no, they don’t.  HOWEVER, Rob provided a cash incentive to anyone with an objection to that decision as you’ll hear in the show.

Only one more month to the first event in Vegas!

-Rob, Jimi, and Rob MacGregor

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