NASCARD Radio Podcasts
Episode 24: Val and Jason are back and break down the 2020 Panini Chronicles Racing sell sheet releasing in early August. This is a new release for Val but Jason has seen Chronicles done with other sports. Should Panini do a First off the line (FOTL) for racing? The guys tackle that and other ways to boost NASCAR sales. The guys talk wax, what their buying and selling on COMC and Val mentions Wendell Scott and recaps hist 1st win in Jacksonville. #WhoDoYouCollect #TradingCards #TheHobby You can Val on Twitter @ NascardRadio and as rotating co-host on the Hobby Hotline. Hobby Hotline. is live every Saturday starting at 11 AM EST / 8 AM PST on YouTube / Facebook and Periscope. Hobby Hotline now has a Monday show at 8 PM EST / 5 PM PST.
Episode 23: Why is Panini one of the best Trading Card companies when it comes to NASCAR? They put on not one but two fan QA’s this week. I was lucky enough to attend both and a big thanks to Panini America. The first is with Cole Custer (Ice Cole) who is running for Stewart Haas Racing and vying for rookie of the year. The second Q&A is with Gray Gaulding (The Kid) who is running the Panini America sponsored Cup car. It’s a long podcast but I guarantee you will learn a few things! If you want to be invited to a Panini Q&A make sure to follow @PaniniAmerica on Twitter. #WhoDoYouCollect #TradingCards #TheHobby
Episode 22: Val talks NASCAR Charlotte, Bristol Xfinity, Gander Outdoor truck and Cup Series winners Brad Keselowsk, Chase Elliott, Grant Enfinger and Noah Gragson and their rookie cards. In the second segment Val reviews the NASCAR HOF 2021 Nominees and his picks on who will be selected this year before Tuesday’s voting day (6/9/20). Val did make a mistake in that Neil Bonnett’s rookie card is in the 1983 UNO set, card #2. You can find Val on Twitter @ NascardRadio and as rotating co-host on the Hobby Hotline. Hobby Hotline. is live every Saturday starting at 11 AM EST / 8 AM PST and also on Monday 5 PM PST / 8 PM EST on YouTube / Facebook and Periscope.
Episode 21: Val talks Darlington Xfinity and Cup Series winners Kevin Harvick, Denny Hamlin and Chase Briscoe and their rookie cards. The second segment is the audio recording from a Pre-Darlington Sponsorship Q&A by Panini America & Gray Gaulding where invited fans were encouraged to ask questions. It was scheduled before the Darlington race to announce Panini’s renewed partnership with Gray Gaulding. It’s a great Q&A where Gray talks his early years of racing and card collecting. Thanks for checking out the podcast and please leave a review and subscribe. You can find me on Twitter @ NascardRadio and as rotating co-host on the Hobby Hotline. Hobby Hotline. is live every Saturday starting at 11 AM EST / 8 AM PST on YouTube / Facebook and Periscope.
Episode 20: Val and Jason celebrate the 1 Year Anniversary of the podcast by sitting down with the father of trading card podcasts, Colin from Sports Card Radio. The boys thought it would be good to make their first interview guest the person partially responsible for the show. It’s a long interview and cover’s numerous topics such as The Upper Deck vs Leaf lawsuit, advantages to using COMC and enhancement ideas, Redemption’s and Panini’s new Redemption Policy, the current state of the hobby business economy and the Driver that might take NASCAR to the next level.
Episode 19: Val and Jason review the planned NASCAR releases from Panini, review COMC’s shipping option and how Val was doing it all wrong this whole time. The boys talk about the 2020 DONRUSS Retail Wrapper Redemptionfor, contest cards. They start the show reviewing the winners so far for the 2020 Gander RV & Outdoors Truck, Xfinity and Cup Series.
Episode 18: Val and Jason review the Las Vegas Gander RV & Outdoors Truck, Xfinity and Cup Series winners along with the top finishing rookie, rookie cards. They were Joey Logano, Tyler Reddick, Chase Briscoe, Harrison Burton, Kyle Busch and Zane Smith. What dream set would you like to see made by Panini and we take a deep dive in to the 2020 Donruss racing hobby box. Thanks for checking out the podcast and please leave a review and subscribe. You can find me on Twitter @ NascardRadio
Episode 17: Val reviews the Daytona Gander RV & Outdoors Truck, Xfinity and Cup Series winners along with the top finishing rookie, rookie cards. Denny Hamlin, John Hunter Nemechek, Noah Gragson, Harrison Burton, Grant Enfinger and Derek Kraus rookie cards. We take a listener question on NASCAR Trading Card autographs and are there to many. How to save some money if you see a Buy It Now from COMC on eBay. Thanks for checking us out and please leave a review and subscribe.
Episode 16: Val reviews the new NASCAR Hall of Fame selection process which has changed for the first time since its inception, 10 years ago. We review some of the pricing for 2020 Donruss, after it’s first week on the market. We review the first 4 drivers starting the Daytona 500 and their cards, Ricky Stenhouse Jr, Alex Bowman, Joey Logano and William Byron. We take some listener questions on NASCAR Trading Card Wax prices. Thanks for checking us out and please leave a review and subscribe.
Episode 15: Jason is back and joins Val as they talk about the upcoming 2020 NASCAR season. The guys talk about the newly released 2020 DONRUSS trading card set from Panini America. Val talks about his experience at the NASCAR Media week tour in Charlotte, the NASCAR hall of fame induction dinner and ceremony. The drivers he was chasing for autographs and some of the autograph projects he’s working on. Don’t forget to review and subscribe to the podcast.
Episode 14: I am joined by guest host TJ who is also a racer at his local track and who also collects NASCAR trading cards. We review the Homestead results for Gander Truck (Matt Crafton), Xfinity (Tyler Reddick) and Monster Cup (Kyle Busch) champions and their NASCAR trading cards. We talk drivers moving up to Cup like Cole Custer, Christopher Bell and Tyler Reddick. Also drivers changing teams like Matt Dibitetto. Jimmie Johnson has announced he will no longer drive full time after the 2020 NASCAR season. Some ideas for Panini to celebrate Jimmie Johnson’s career and what was done by Food Lion when Richard Petty ran his last year in 1992.
Episode 13: We go over the Final 4 drivers rookie cards and career stats for the Gander Outdoor Truck series drivers in Stewart Friesen, Ross Chastain, Brett Moffitt and Matt Crafton. We then cover the Final 4 drivers rookie cards and career stats for the Xfinity series drivers in Justin Allgaier, Christopher Bell, Tyler Reddick and Cole Custer. We review Kevin Harvick’s career statistics and cards. In the ‘Then and Now’ segment I review the 2000 Upper Deck Maxximum Young Lions Insert set. Finally we review the 2019 Stocks For Tots autograph lineup set for December 10, 2019 at the NASCAR Technical Institute. Contact the North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame for tickets and more information at (704) 663-5331.
Episode 12: We’re talking Christopher Bell and Martin Truex Jr. cards after they have secured their place in the Championship race in Miami. Then on to 2017 Panini Instant Racing cards and or Past Future wish list, Crew Chief, over the wall crew and team owner cards like the early 1990 Maxx cards.
Episode 11: We’re catching up on where we left off with Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Winners and their rookie trading cards. Rookie trading cards for Kevin Harvick,Kyle Larson, Ryan Blaney, Chase Elliottand Erik Jones just to name a few. We talk about COMC’s new return policy, the state of NASCAR tracks, my new segment Past & Present as well as Stock for Tots and NASCAR Champion’s Week in Nashville.
Episode 001: We talk NASCAR rookie Trading Cards for 2019 Daytona 500 Winner Denny Hamlin, Atlanta winner Brad Keselowski and Las Vegas winner Joey Logano. We cover 2019 Donruss racing from Panini and preparing trading cards for autographs.