They didn't call Chuck Ciprich "Chargin' Charlie" for no reason. That man was a badass. In the 1970's, a decade in which racing both dirt and pavement with equal skill was attempted by many but successful for few, Ciprich thrilled Northeast race fans with his exciting driving style. He passed away recently in Florida, and this week's show looks back at a career that lasted less than 20 years but was filled with big moments in cars that weren't supposed to make big moments possible. Our "What's In A Number" segment discusses the relevance of numbers 6 and 15 in Oswego Speedway supermodified history, and the 15's tie in to what host Tom Baker opines is Ciprich's Seminole moment behind the wheel of a supermodified.
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What is Inside Groove Podcast?
The exclusive podcast about Supermodified racing hosted by Tom Baker, who has been attending supermodified races since 1973. Covering the "Home of the Supermodifieds" - Oswego Speedway, and both the International Supermodified Association (ISMA) and Midwest Supermodified Series tours as well, Inside Groove brings you exclusive interviews with past and present supermodified racers and other VIP's, and talks about Oswego's SBS division and 350 Supermodifieds as well!