‘Actions Detrimental with Denny Hamlin’ will air on Mondays
Dirty Mo Media is owned by NASCAR Hall of Famer Dale Earnhardt Jr. The company has signed Denny Hamlin to host a weekly radio show throughout the NASCAR season.
Hamlin is set to enter his 19th NASCAR Cup Series season. He remains the driver of the No. 11 for Joe Gibbs Racing while he simultaneously co-owns 23XI Racing.
The 42-year-old has spawned an avid fan base and equally avid haters. The show will engage both audiences with “guest appearances, expanded dialogue, and listener-engagement opportunities.”
Jared Allen will co-host the show.
The new show will make its debut on February 6, 2023. The show airs directly following the Clash at the LA Coliseum.
Denny Hamlin comments on his new podcast
“I am approaching podcasting the way I approach everything else – I want to win,” said Denny Hamlin in a media release.
“Winning in this sense will be measured on whether I can become a dependable resource for NASCAR fans. That’s my goal. I want to connect with fans, even those who cheer for other drivers.” Hamlined added, “I want to enhance their NASCAR experience by offering a perspective they can’t get anywhere else. I want them to be able to hear directly from the drivers and team owners.”
Hamlin concluded, “If I am able to do all that, we will have succeeded.”
Dale Earnhardt Jr comments
“Denny is one of the more polarizing individuals in the sport right now,” said Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Dale Jr added, “We know he can be candid, opinionated and entertaining as a driver, but he also is very insightful on the challenges and thrills of team ownership. This is going to be fun seeing Denny create content, and I am excited that he is doing it with Dirty Mo Media.”
Mike Davis: Dirty Mo Media President
“That was the day we realized we needed a Denny Hamlin podcast,” said Davis.
“He was polished, charismatic and authentic on that show. That episode confirmed what we already suspected but weren’t quite ready to admit – Denny’s voice is as important as anyone’s in NASCAR. Dale and I started pitching him on a podcast almost immediately.”