Australian motorsport legends Russell Ingall and Paul Morris teamed up to launch a brand new video podcast show, ‘Enforcer and The Dude’ in 2019.
The video series covers various topical motorsport and automotive segments with new episodes released monthly.
With an excess of 25 years experience in the motorsport and automotive industries, the show is named appropriately after their nicknames which made them famous; Russell ‘Enforcer’ Ingall and Paul ‘The Dude’ Morris.
The duo enjoy a tremendous loyal fan following, kick-starting the Enforcer and The Dude brand as a market leader in the video podcast segment.
What separates this show from others is its unique location, filmed at Norwell Motorplex in South East Queensland, a purpose-built, 2.1km race circuit and driver training facility.
Nicknamed the ‘Enforcer’ for his aggressive racing style, Russell Ingall’s racing career began at age 12, competing at the Wyyalla karting track in South Australia.
Ingall’s impressive racing resume includes:
- Multiple Australian Junior and Senior Karting Champion
- British Formula Ford Champion
- Two x Bathurst 1000 winner (1995 and 1997)
- 2005 V8 Supercars Champion
- Four times runner up in the Australian Touring Car Championship/V8 Supercars Championship (1998, 1999, 2001 and 2004)
A career post racing was never an issue for the fan favourite and was appointed co-host of the Supercars production in 2015, ending in December 2018.
Paul ‘The Dude‘ Morris started motor racing at the age of 19 in 1987 through the Queensland Gemini Series.
Morris has competed in just about every category here in Australia and Internationally, whether it be circuit, oval or dirt events.
The long list of achievements for Morris includes:
- 4 x Australian Super Touring titles (1995, 1997, 1999 and 2000-2001)
- Becoming the first and only individual to score a triple crown at Bathurst; victory in the Bathurst 6 Hour (2017), Bathurst 12 Hour (2007 and 2010) and the Bathurst 1000 (2014)
- Stadium Super Trucks Champion (2017)
- Indy Lights Championship starter
Morris is equally as successful off track, running his own driver training facility, Norwell Motorplex, multiple race teams and a driver coach for rising motorsport stars.