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Great Moments in Weed History

David Bienenstock



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The Weed for Speed

Randy Lanier began driving race cars in 1978. His weed dealing career began even earlier. Along the way, he competed at Le Mans, won the 1984 IMSA Camel GT title, and drove in the Indy 500. All funded by his prodigious cannabis smuggling.  We’re talking 165,000 pound loads of primo bud coming in on massive tugboats, including the legendary Punta Roja strain grown in Colombia.  Upon publication of his new book Survival of the Fastest: Weed, Speed, and the 1980s Drug Scandal that Shocked the Sports World, Randy takes us through the incredible highs and lows of his life on the track, in the field, behind bars and now working to help fellow cannabis prisoners still locked up. So roll one up, buckle up, and get ready for the green light on a truly thrilling episode. Help Make This Podcast Possible! Please support Great Moments in Weed HIstory on Patreon. Supporters get exclusive access to a video version of the show and extra seshes, plus access to cool rewards like a signed book. And it truly helps us make the best show possible.  EPISODE ARCHIVE Visit our Great Moments in Weed History podcast feed for 60+ episodes of our classic format, and subscribe now to get a new weekly podcast every other Weednesday.

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