RacingJunk partners, the Get Out N Drive podcast, who broadcast their show live from the RacingJunk booth at SEMA, had a chance to chat with Jermaine Boddie from Street Outlaws, along with Jermaine Boddie Jr. while they were hanging out at the “Still I Race” exhibit hosted by the African American Racers Association and SEMA. The exhibit was across the aisle from the RacingJunk booth, and featured a number of vehicles from an IndyCar to a custom Hayabusa built by Tommy Bolton to a Funny Car, Dystany Spurlock’s drag bikes and other amazing vehicles that highlighted the often untold stories of African Americans involved in racing and motorsports.
The conversation between Boddie and John Meyer of Get Out N Drive was a wonderful reminder of how motorsports, and events like the SEMA show, have the power to bring us all together for great conversations. Check it out below:
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