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Friday, October 24th 2014
    New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Chad Homan talks about his hard crash at Rolling Wheels and how he is feeling weeks later.
 
Another big race weekend is upon us with multi-day shows at Orange County Fair Speedway in Middletown and Yates County Speedway in Dundee. I should be heading out to Dundee later today to check out the action tonight. I have not been there this year so it should be a lot of fun.
 
I got tied up on Thursday and was unable to get more work done but we’ll have more good stuff for you tomorrow. And be sure to check out my Chad Homan chat to hear about his scary crash at Rolling Wheels during Super DIRT Week.
 
I am obviously excited about my Kansas City Royals and their big win on Wednesday night. Of course whatever they do from here is the cherry on top as they have already exceeded my wildest expectations. Go Royals. I’ll watch you on the dvr later this morning.
 
Now let’s chat more about what I have for you to listen to on the Audio Page. I start with a driver who lit up You Tube for all the wrong reasons. Chad Homan talks about his hard crash at Rolling Wheels and how he is feeling weeks later and why he looked a lot worse in some photos immediately afterwards. 

 
Thursday, October 23rd 2014
   New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Dale Caswell talked about his Go Nuclear Late Model win this past weekend in Brockville, Ontario.
Mark Alnutt gets ready for this weekend at Yates County and spoke about his newer Street Stock.
 
We’re back again as we get closer to a big race weekend as the 2014 racing season winds down. We are showing some love to the full fendered divisions this time around with drivers who run Late Models and Street Stocks. And both will race this coming weekend.
 
I’ll be back tomorrow and may make it to Yates County either tonight or tomorrow if things work out well here. There are a lot of variables in place but we’ll do the best we can. 
 
Of course our buddy Steve Ovens from Turn 5 racing Podcasts is always at Yates County and we anticipate getting some new stuff from him this weekend as well. It’s so nice to have an extra voice here and who knows, maybe you can get a recorder and be our next new voice.
 
Now let’s talk about the voices we’ll hear today on the Audio Page. I start with a driver who has a late season two race winning streak. Dale Caswell talked about his Go Nuclear Late Model win this past weekend in Brockville, Ontario and looked ahead to racing again this weekend in the series finale at Yates County Speedway. 
 
Mark Alnutt gets ready for this weekend at Yates County and spoke about his newer Street Stock as well as why he is happy they are not running time trials on Saturday. 

 
Wednesday, October 22nd 2014
   New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Danny Creeden gets ready for Eastern State Weekend and talks about the racecars he is bringing.
Dan Harpell previews Dutch Hoag National Open Weekend taking place at Yates County Speedway.
 
It’s a been wet for a few days now here in Central New York but things are looking better this weekend for both Yates County and Orange County as they look to get in their big season finales. I have interviews up for both shows today so give them a listen and make your plans to see some racing this coming weekend.
 
We have more coming up this week and have a new column coming tomorrow to www.syracuse.com/motorsports. And later tonight we will finish up the next episode of the Atomic Power Racing Hour featuring the Go Nuclear Late Models from the Fulton Speedway.
 
And I will be in the studio again today both early and late so if any of you would like to get on, just send me a message on facebook or at doug@dougsdirtdiary.com and I’ll get you on. 
 
Now let’s chat more about the new stuff we have for you today on the Audi Page. I start with a look ahead to what will happen this weekend at Orange County starting tomorrow. Danny Creeden gets ready for Eastern State Weekend and talks about the racecars he is bringing as well as how he became guaranteed to start no worse than 7th in the 358 race.
 
Dan Harpell previews Dutch Hoag National Open Weekend taking place at Yates County Speedway. He talked about a new qualifying format for the Street Stocks as well as why he stretched this into a two day event. 

 
Tuesday, October 21st 2014
   New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Pete Stefanski talked about his Pro Stock wreck at Syracuse and why he now likes crate engines.
Steve Ovens previews the Dutch Hoag National Open this Friday and Saturday at Yates County.
 
We have more for you today on past events and one that will take place this weekend for you to listen to today. I also have a new column out at www.syracuse.com/motorsports so be sure to check that out.
 
I am back in the studio today and am still looking for drivers who are racing this weekend so if you are, send me an email at doug@dougsdirtdiary.com and we’ll promote both you and the speedway you are racing at.
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page. I start with more from a driver who had a bad crash on the mile. Pete Stefanski talked about his Pro Stock wreck at Syracuse, explained how long it seemed between the two impacts and why he now likes crate engines under the hood. 
 
Steve Ovens previews the Dutch Hoag National Open this Friday and Saturday at Yates County Speedway in Dundee and tells us who to watch for on each day. 

 
Monday, October 20th 2014
   New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Ryan Susice talked about his big wreck at Super DIRT Week and wonders about this weekend.
Johnny Hill walked me through his top ten at Brockville and looks ahead racing at Yates County.
 
Wow! What a change we had on Sunday huh? Winter jackets will be dug out soon and I’m sure a few of you did that very thing this past weekend. I also heard reports of wet snow in New York State. It’s that time of the year alright.
 
I got to work in the studio in between football game and got some work done. I put half of what I did up today and the other half will go up tomorrow. I had a fun weekend with some time off on Friday & Saturday so I am ready to go this week.
 
I’m hoping to check out one of the days at Yates County this weekend and am looking for drivers racing there and at Eastern States so if you are racing this weekend, send me an email of message me on facebook please and we’ll work you in. 
 
Now let’s chat about the new stuff on the Audio Page for today. I start with a driver who hit the wall hard at Syracuse. Ryan Susice talked about his big wreck at Super DIRT Week, explained how he ended up finding a ride for the event and wonders if he’ll race this weekend at Yates County. 
 
Johnny Hill walked me through his top ten at Brockville, described a problem they had as soon as they unloaded and looks ahead to racing his Late Model at Yates County this weekend. 

 
Sunday, October 19th 2014
   New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Keith Flach got ready to start final practice and spoke about some contact he had on Friday.
Willy Decker talked about an issue they had in time trials that affected their straightaway speed.
Bob McGannon watched a drone go overhead and spoke about how his week went at Syracuse.
Vinnie Vitale prepared for the Syracuse 200 and told me why he was off a little in time trials.
Rob Bellinger had a special car at Super DIRT Week and explained where he could be better.
 
I’ve got more from Syracuse and may start my Season in Review chats later this weekend. I have some of the questions already but am always looking for more so if you have a suggestion, send it to me at doug@dougsdirtdiary.com.
 
I’ll be in the studio today so if you are around and want to chat, send me a message at my email or on facebook. We still have some racing to do this season and it is bound to be a great end to 2014 with the point so close in so many raving series.
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you to listen to on the Audio Page in our final interviews from Super DIRT Week. Keith Flach got ready to start the Syracuse 200 and spoke about some contact he had on Friday as well as how happy he is with the way his car was working. 
 
Willy Decker talked about an issue they had in time trials that affected their straightaway speed as well as what he had to do to make it to the front in the 150. 
 
Bob McGannon watched a drone go overhead and spoke about how his week went at Syracuse as well as how his season went at Orange County. 
 
Vinnie Vitale prepared for the Syracuse 200 and told me why he was off a little in time trials as well as what he learned in the final Modified practice on Saturday. 
 
Rob Bellinger had a special car at Super DIRT Week and explained where he could be better as well as where he will end his season in November. 

 
Saturday, October 18th 2014
   New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Stewart Friesen offered up his thoughts as he got ready to race a USAC sprinter and his Modified.
Jimmy Phelps won one of the Friday night qualifiers and spoke about an issue on the start.
Donnie Corellis talked about his week at Syracuse, his good starting spot and his race strategy.
Rich Scagliotta won one of the last chance qualifiers and told Steve Ovens what he learned.
Ryan Forte told me what went wrong after he pulled his car onto pit road for a last chance qualifier.
Billy Colton spoke with Steve Ovens about how the Troyer Cars were doing so far at Syracuse.
 
More racing taking place today as Brockville Ontario Speedway hosts a Super DIRTcar Series race while Penn Can has day two of King of the Can Weekend. Plus Fulton Speedway has their always popular Eve of Destruction IV so take advantage of the day and see some racing while you still can.
 
I’ve got more from Syracuse and may start my Season in Review chats later this weekend. I have some of the questions already but am always looking for more so if you have a suggestion, send it to me at doug@dougsdirtdiary.com.
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page. I start with more from Super DIRT Week. Stewart Friesen offered up his thoughts as he got ready to race a USAC sprinter and his Modified and told me what went wrong in USAC practice. 
 
Jimmy Phelps won one of the Friday night qualifiers and spoke about an issue on the start as well as how the timing on hitting slower cars helped. 
 
Donnie Corellis talked about his week at Syracuse, his good starting spot and his race strategy as he got ready for the Syracuse 200 on Sunday. 
 
Rich Scagliotta won one of the last chance qualifiers and told Steve Ovens what he learned as well as what he saw on the racetrack. 
 
Ryan Forte told me what went wrong after he pulled his car onto pit road for a last chance qualifier and explained how his car was in the Friday night qualifiers. 
 
Billy Colton spoke with Steve Ovens about how the Troyer Cars were doing so far at Syracuse as well as what it is that makes the mile so different. 

 
     
 
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