Drop Zone Hunting
The show features Greg Zipadelli and Hal Shaffer with special guest stars.
Enjoy learning quality hunting techniques for different terrain and environments from around the world.


Greg Zipadelli is a two-time Cup Champion and Crew Chief for Joe Gibbs Racing’s #20 Home Depot Toyota. “Zippy” achieved great success with driver Tony, “Smoke”, Stewart. The duo shared the longest Crew Chief-Driver relationship in NASCAR beginning in 1999 and ending at the end of 2008. Fast-Forward to 2009, Zipadelli has new challenges ahead with young driver and Rookie sensation Joey Logano behind the wheel.

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series – Homestead

Date: November 20, 2011
Event: Ford 400 (Race 36 of 36)
Series: NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
Location: Homestead-Miami Speedway (1.5-Mile Oval)
Winner: Tony Stewart of Stewart-Haas Racing
JGR Finish: Denny Hamlin, (Started 10th, Finished 9th/Running 267 of 267 laps)
Joey Logano, (Started 32nd, Finished 19th/ Running, 267 of 267 laps)
Kyle Busch (Started 19th, Finished 23rd /Running, 266 of 267 laps)

Logano started the No. 20 Home Depot Toyota in the 32nd position and battled tight conditions throughout the early portion of the race. Crew chief Greg Zipadelli and The Home Depot crew would make adjustments to his Camry during early pit stops and when rain stopped the race on lap 110 he had driven up to just outside the top 20. A great pit stop once the red flag was lifted put Logano inside the top 15 and he would race way up toward the top 10 over the next 100 laps. Logano would get four tires on a pit stop with just over 100 laps remaining and with many up front taking just two he would be left to restart 15th. Unfortunately the No. 20 Camry would suddenly prove tight in the center of the turn and loose on the exit. The shift in handling conditions caused Logano to fall back to 18th over the course of the next run. Rain brought another caution with just over 50 laps remaining and the 20 car would come down pit road for tires and fuel leaving him to restart in 22nd with 37 to go. He would manage to drive his way inside the top 20 for a 19th-place finish.

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