FORT WORTH, Texas (February 14, 2019)

Motorsports fans seeking to add a Texas flavor to their weekly podcast regimen have the opportunity to do so starting today. Originating from Texas Motor Speedway and brought to you by the “Voice of Texas Motor Speedway”, Rich Phillips, No Limits Nation is the newest way to keep fans informed about both TMS and the racing world.

No Limits Nation is an unstructured, unfiltered look behind the scenes every Tuesday and Thursday during the racing season. Each Tuesday will be dedicated to recapping the previous week’s event and hashing out the details of the battles both on and off the track. Two days later, a guest joins Phillips for a peek behind the curtains of what life is really like in racing. That’s coupled with a preview of that weekend’s event.

“Race fans are constantly asking for more access, and what better way to give it to them than to make ourselves available twice a week to offer them every detail of what’s happening at the track and in the sport,” Phillips said. “Podcasts are the way people get their information now, and No Limits Nation is our chance to dive right into the deep end of that pool. I think people will be pleased with the amount of content we’ll provide that they won’t hear anywhere else.”

The show debuts with an interview with Texas Motor Speedway President/GM Eddie Gossage for his version of a State of the Speedway and State of the Sport all rolled into one. They talk about NASCAR’s new disqualification rules (even taking a trip down memory lane to the first car to ever be disqualified in the sport), the 2019 car package, and what constitutes a “success” when evaluating a race weekend at Texas Motor Speedway.

Following the first episode, No Limits Nation begins its Tuesday/Thursday schedule. It is available on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Spotify, RadioPublic, on the Texas Motor Speedway website, and other places where podcasts can be downloaded.

Rich Phillips is the “Voice of Texas Motor Speedway”, hosting Total Access for five years as part of nearly 20 years hosting auto racing shows. Much of that came on the airwaves for 1310 The Ticket in Dallas. He is also the executive producer of Big Hoss TV at Texas Motor Speedway.