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Saturday, October 12th 2019
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    Greg Martin told me about his season at Ransomville, why he swapped out his W-16 engine for a DIRT 358 and why he wished he would have painted his spare front axle.    
Running Time - 7:42
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    A.J. Miller talked about some adjustments he made for Brewerton, how he did on Wednesday night at Weedsport as well as how he missed a big wreck on Tuesday at Utica Rome.  
Running Time - 5:35
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    Dustin Hutton summed up how he did this past year and Can Am, remembered the long day he had to finish out the season there and why his car likes the track so much.    
Running Time - 5:55
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    Paul Kirkland was at Brewerton Thursday night and talked about how the season was at Brockville Ontario Speedway as well as next weekend’s Loud & Dirt Fall Nationals.  
Running Time - 3:46
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Friday, October 11th 2019
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    Ryan Arbuthnot  explained why he improved so much in his championship season in 2019, ran down how he did at the nighttime shows and talked about getting his big block out again on Saturday in Fulton.  
Running Time - 5:13
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    Ryan Bartlett told me how his night time shows have gone this week with his 358 Modified, why he had to switch to his brother’s car and described a big change coming to Can Am for 2019.    
Running Time - 7:44
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    Matt Janczuk explained how he trashed a car in a crash on Tuesday at Utica Rome and rebounded for a big win the next night in Weedsport as well as how losing a car has changed his Super DIRT Week plans.  
Running Time - 7:12
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    Shane Pecore described how he two nighttime shows have gone this week, two unrelated problems he had on Tuesday at Utica Rome and looks ahead to an important day today at Super DIRT Week.  
Running Time - 6:43
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Thursday, October 10th 2019
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    Kevin Britten talks about winning another Australian Modified Championship, what he likes best about visiting America to see his older brother race and describes his role this week as well as his hopes to maybe get his driver’s suit some use.    
Running Time - 8:44
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    Mitch Gibbs told me what he brought to the Outlaw 200 and explains why he was hoping for a slick racetrack in Fulton as well as why he missed a few races after a hard crash in Afton.    
Running Time - 6:58
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    Rob Bellinger tells me how he stays skinny and ran down some of the shop work they did back home to get his cars ready for both Fulton Speedway and Super DIRT Week.    
Running Time - 3:18
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    Tyler Siri came into Fulton on Saturday for the first time in a while and talked about some of the changes they did to get the car right for the Hoosier tires as well as the finish coming at Outlaw Speedway next weekend.    
Running Time - 3:34
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    Chuck Miller qualified his Sportsman for Fulton and told me how he has done racing out on the road as well as his plans to finish out his season with his car One World Championship at The Dirt Track at Charlotte.     
Running Time - 2:55
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Wednesday, October 9th 2019
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    Rocky Warner told me about his Friday at Fulton, how big it would be for him just to make the Outlaw 200 and remembered how things went in his previous race the year before.  
Running Time - 3:23
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    Phil Vigneri III picked up his third win of the season this past weekend and told me how he won the Modified feature at Mercer Raceway as well as his plans for the rest of the season that continue Thursday at Brewerton.    
Running Time - 12:32
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    Jimmy Spano showed us some hunting pics as he wandered the pit area and talked about his win a Sportsman heat at Fulton as well as what his strategy was for the 50 lap series race.  
Running Time - 3:09
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    Jack Meeks spoke about his Sportsman qualifier and described the race surface he saw in hot laps as well as why he was not going to change anything from what he did the night before.    
Running Time - 2:53
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    Remington Hamm talked about starting on the pole on Saturday at Fulton, how he did during the regular season at Can Am and what he has learned these past three seasons in a Sportsman.  
Running Time - 2:18
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Tuesday, October 8th 2019
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    Billy Pauch Jr. talked about his 6th win of the season at New Egypt, how he survived a flurry of restarts after taking the lead and the factors he considers when he picks where to race. Good one!    
Running Time - 15:32
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    Jim Witko explained why he was feeling good coming into Saturday’s Outlaw 200, described home much better things went towards the end of the regular season and why he’s making no changes for 2020.    
Running Time - 3:40
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    Gary Folk tells me about his family’s plan as they take over as Penn Can Speedway’s new promoter, what they hope to get done in the next few weeks and describes some changes for 2020.  
Running Time - 16:09
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    Jeremie Corcoran reminds us about the Racer’s Auction & Trade Show on November 22nd and 23rd as he raced with his son on Saturday and reminded drivers to register for their free pass to the event. Drivers can register at www.northestracingproducts.com.    
Running Time - 2:10
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    Tony Veneziano reports on the two days of action from the National Open at Williams Grove, the driver who changed his engine program late in the season and the tight three-way WoO point race.    
Running Time - 18:11
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Monday, October 7th 2019
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   Hear from many of the Modified drivers at Fulton Speedway as they draw for their starting positions in this long clip done right in front of the fans. Lots of good stuff in this one. 
Running Time - 22:15
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    Tim Fuller spoke about a brake issue he was fixing and spoke about his five win season in a Modified as well as why he changed his mind bringing a small block to Fulton instead of a big block.  
Running Time - 5:56
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    Sean Beardsley talked about his weekend at Fulton Speedway as he raced with both the Sportsman & Late Models, described his Friday in the Late Model while wondering how much he will do in the rest of the season.    
Running Time - 5:24
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    In my latest Doug’s Thoughts I recap my Saturday at Fulton Speedway for my favorite one day show, run down some of the race day action and wish you all the best heading into a very busy week.   
Running Time - 7:39
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Sunday, October 6th 2019
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    Michael Storms took his spec small block to a heat win and talked about why he was nervous after racing on a heavier track the night before while explaining why he wasn’t gonna change anything.    
Running Time - 1:42
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    Ronnie Davis III won the second Modified heat race and told why he thought that his number one starting position helped as well as about a problem they thought they had but didn’t.     
Running Time - 1:42
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    Billy Whittaker was the first Modified to make the outside work and described what he found as he used that line to come from fourth to second as well as why he thought big block horsepower matters.     
Running Time - 1:27
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    Mike Maresca got the win in the third heat race and described the move he made on a veteran driver to get the lead as well as what he saw as he closed in on the leader. Funny stuff here…sorry Tim!     
Running Time - 1:56
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    Erick Rudolph made the move of the heats and told me how he went from 9th to 4th in a just over a lap running as low as possible while explaining why he thought starting spot wouldn’t matter as much as some other races.  
Running Time - 1:39
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    Gary Tomkins drove his car hard coming from 6th to 1st and told me why he chose to run the outside in the race while recapping the two other times he drove the Joe Beyea car a few weeks ago.    
Running Time - 1:30
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    Chris Hile did not have a good draw earlier as he picked the worse number of all and talked about how he came from ninth to finish second as well as what he noticed once he got closer to the front.    
Running Time - 2:46
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    A.J. Kingsley nursed an injured car across the line to qualify in 4th racing side by side with an uninjured car to get it and told me how bad the car was as he laid on the ground making a big repair. Yep! Get right in there with us.    
Running Time - 0:46
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    Billy Dunn held off a fellow North Country driver to win his heat and spoke about a shock problem he had to fix as well as something they were doing under the hood as well.  
Running Time - 1:49
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    Rob Bellinger gained five spots to win his heat and described how he avoided a jingle along the way as well as what he was going to do if he saw the track crew dig up the racetrack. Better have a plan right?    
Running Time - 1:10
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    Tim Sears Jr. got spun out in his heat and explained what he noticed as he raced back up to the final qualifying spot in fourth as we played bad news, good news, good news again. Classic line here as he fixed some body damage, "It was the only straight panel we had on the car." We all feel you there Timmer!
Running Time - 1:48
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    Rocky Warner led his consolation race before finishing 2nd to a former Sportsman rival and told me what was happening to the surface as the lap wound down. Hmmm.    
Running Time - 0:43
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    Kyle Inman spoke to the crowd in victory lane after winning the 50 lap Sportsman Shootout and told them about his pass for the lead as well as how much he likes coming to Fulton to race.    
Running Time - 5:11
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    Matt Janczuk led 43 laps before finishing second at Fulton Speedway and spoke about some trouble he had while running the top and looked ahead to the rest of the DIRT Sportsman Fall Championship Series.    
Running Time - 0:55
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    Brad Rouse was the Hard Charger coming from 29th to 3rd and spoke about how he ended up towards the back early on Friday night before doing so much better on Saturday. No, that’s not me. A mic was left on.    
Running Time - 1:16
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    Matt Sheppard came across as the leader after the first 100 laps of the Outlaw 200 at Fulton Speedway and a described how his racecar handled and what he was going to do in the 20 minute break.  
Running Time - 1:18
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    Mike Maresca picked up the surprise win in the Outlaw 200 and talked about why he had to be careful on the top part of the racetrack as well as what was going through his head as he ran behind the leader early on.     
Running Time - 5:08
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     Mat Williamson almost ran down the leader and spoke about his second place finish in the Outlaw 200 as well as how pleased he was with the way things have been going of late.  
Running Time - 1:31
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    Tim Sears Jr. charged from 31st to 3rd and celebrated after his career best Outlaw 200 finish while explaining why be couldn’t run down the leaders after catching them with 20 laps to go.    
Running Time - 1:41
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