This week we have two guests first up the man who was the last person to go a WRC event in a classic Mini, Neil Burgess. He tell us about getting "Mildred" the Mini ready for her final International swansong.
And the we are joined by John Goff, who has got more people started in rally in the UK over the last 30 years than anyone.
The Guru himself Julian Porter talks his driving career before his time covering the World Rally Championships and the European Rally Championships on TV and radio. Some great stories, check out his Instagram feed for pictures of the some of the stories you will hear here.
A slight change of format during these challenging times for us all, so we have invited various people from different aspects of rallying for a chat. First up we have presenter Neil Cole talking about his early days presenting WRC Shakedown. This podcasts are being made for free with all funds getting directed to NHS charities in the UK. If you feel you have enjoyed them please share a couple of pounds, dollars or euros to your own local first line responders. thank you also to Kielder WT for working with us to try and help in a small way.
Part 2 of this 1995 World Rally Championship special takes us back to the season through the eyes of the people that were there. Featuring Julian Porter, Andrew Coley, Derek Dauncey who was with Mitsubishi, Jerry Freeman who was with Pirelli and Prodrive boss David Richards.
Jack, Ryan, Trevor and Tony talk FIA class pyramids and preview Rally Mexico. Killian Duffy talks West Cork. Craig Breen talks his return to ITRC on West Cork and his busy 2020. Derek Dauncey talks Ken Blocks 2020 and the all new Cossie!
Jack and Tony talk to Hyundai Motorsport WRC2 driver Ole Christian Veiby. And the first lady of the World Rally Championship coverage Bec Williams talks the season start and what's coming up on Rally Mexico and ITRC round West Cork next week.