Scott Traylor started his racing career in 1977 and still competes on a part-time basis to this day. He’s raced on a national level at Super Speedways like Kansas Speedway, Nashville Super Speedway, Iowa Speedway and Memphis Motorsports Park with the ARCA Series and United Super Track Series.
Traylor has been a regular winner on the local racing scene at tracks such as I-70 Speedway, Lakeside Speedway and surrounding tracks in the Midwest.
Traylor also known for being a successful car owner as well, with drivers like Clint Bowyer, Carl Edwards, Rick Beebe and JJ Sonnevedlt.
In 1998 Traylor had a chance to host a local motorsports show on Union Broadcasting’s Sports Radio 1510. In 2000 the show moved to Union’s new 50,000 watts station Sports Radio 810 WHB. Sports Radio 810 is the largest all sports radio station in the country, reaching six states in the Midwest.
That same year Kirk Elliott joined Traylor as the co-host of the show….thus the RacinBoys were born!! In 2003 the RacinBoys started RacinBoys.com. Since that time RacinBoys.com has become the leader in motorsports internet broadcasting, broadcasting over 100 live events in 2012.
Since 2009 Traylor has been best known has the anchor of the Lucas Oil ASCS Sprint Car Dirt Series National Tour broadcasts on RacinBoys Broadcasting Network. Broadcasting over 60 National Tour races in 14 states in 2012.
Traylor is also the host of the PPV Short Track Nationals in 2012. 2013 will mark the 8th year the RacinBoys have broadcast the largest midget race in the world, the “Chili Bowl Nationals” in Tulsa, OK.
Kirk Elliott’s interest in racing began at the age of 10 when he attended his first race at his hometown quarter-mile dirt track known as the Ringgold County Speedway near Mount Ayr, Iowa. Not only was he immediately hooked with the action on the track, but also took an interest in how the PA announcer described the action.
He got his chance at calling races at the age of 15 and for the next 30 years spent his Summer weekends announcing at Iowa tracks including Ringgold County, Knoxville, Stuart, and for 17 years Adams County Speedway in Corning, Iowa where he also handled publicity duties.
Following a move to Kansas City in 1986, Elliott hosted and produced various auto racing shows and segments, including a four-year stint in the early 90’s as track announcer at Lakeside Speedway.
Elliott worked full time in radio prior to a long career in the hospitality industry. And, since joining with Scott Traylor to establish RacinBoys, has devoted all his time to covering racing for RacinBoys.com and Sports Radio 810 WHB.