Door, Bumper, Clear – one of the most popular NASCAR-related podcasts in the industry — will adorn Justin Allgaier’s No. 7 Chevrolet Camaro in the series’ only trip to Dover Motor Speedway this season, on April 30th.
Allgaier announced the one-race deal on this week’s episode of the podcast, which is now available on DirtyMoMedia.com and all other platforms where podcasts are made available. As mentioned on the podcast, a limited quantity of 1:24-scale diecasts will be made of the scheme, and sold on RacingUSA.com.
“This whole thing started when our friends at RacingUSA.com had the idea of creating a Door, Bumper, Clear fantasy diecast,” said Mike Davis, founder and managing director of Dirty Mo Media. “I loved the idea, but it just so happens our little media company is inside a very successful race shop. We started thinking, ‘Maybe this fantasy car doesn’t have to be fantasy at all. It could be real!’ The stars aligned, and the Door, Bumper, Clear Chevy became an actual thing that we cannot wait to watch on April 30.”
An interesting aspect of this sponsorship, is that the podcast’s hosts, TJ Majors, Brett Griffin, and Freddie Kraft, will all have a role in competing against Allgaier in the event, working as spotters for other entries on the track.
Kraft and Griffin serve as spotters for Kaulig Racing teammates Landon Cassill and Daniel Hemric, while Majors serves as the spotter for Brandonbilt Motorsports and driver Brandon Brown.
“Being a guest on the show yesterday and making this announcement was a lot of fun,” said Allgaier. “It’s really cool to see the growth of all the Dirty Mo podcasts over the last couple of years. The race itself is going to be interesting, especially since we’ll be racing against the DBC guys on the spotter’s stand. We definitely won’t be cutting them any slack on the racetrack, but either way, it’s going to be a fun day for sure.”
Dover will mark the third time that Dirty Mo Media will appear on a JR Motorsports Chevrolet Camaro, and the first-time since 2016 that it has done so within the organization.
“Anytime we do something like this, it’s a gesture of thanks to Dirty Mo Media consumers,” said Davis. “I think they enjoy the correlation between the racing and their favorite digital media brands.”