History of Speedway Productions1969: Printed first issue of 'The Official Speedway Program'
1984: Rappin' on Racin' Debuted
1985: Began Live Broadcasting from Daytona International Speedway
1986: Moved to WIXZ as a one hour show
1987: Began Live Remote Broadcasting
1988: Show expanded to three hours
1989: Printed first issue of Racing's Almost Perfect Magazine (RPM)
1991: Don Gamble induction into Pittsburgh Circle Track Club (PCTC) Hall of Fame
1992: Show expanded to three hours
1994: Weekend Magazine syndicated program aired on 20 radio stations and at local tracks
1996: Moved to WTAE Talk Radio
1999: Began Broadcasting Fast Track on KDKA
1999: Returned to WEDO as a two hour show
1999: Trackside (live pre-race show) debuted
2002: www.speedwayproductions.biz was constructed
2003: Rappin' on Racin' became available 24/7 on the internet
2004: Celebrated 20 years of Rappin' on Racin'
2004: Trackside moved to Jennerstown Speedway
2005: Expanded NASCAR coverage with the addition of a Technical Segment
2006: Added new segment, 'Tech Talk' with NASCAR Race Engineer Travis Geisler
2007: Trackside returned to Lernerville Speedway
2011: www.speedwayproductions.biz redesigned by JNJ Motorsports Media
2012: Opened up Call In Options for Listeners
2017: Celebrating 37 Years of Rappin' on Racin'