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Saturday, September 14th 2019
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    Ryan Godown finished second in the first Modified heat and told me about his small block past at the track as he ran his first laps at Brewerton in a big block while describing what he was changing.  
Running Time - 1:52
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    Keith Flach lost a spot to finished third in the heat and spoke about slowing down to run down low as well as how good it felt not to have to run the consolation race at Brewerton as usual.  
Running Time - 2:58
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    Tommy Sears won the 2nd Modified heat race and spoke about saving his right rear tire for late in the race as well as how he keeps track of his racing radio on a race night.  
Running Time - 1:57
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    Chris Hile looked over a pile of tires in the pit next to him and told me about his 2nd place finish as well as how he thought he was compared to the heat winner.    
Running Time - 3:00
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    Rob Bellinger fell from first to third in his heat race and talked about what happened to cause him to fall back as soon as the green waved as well as how he would fix that for later on.    
Running Time - 2:09
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    Tim Sears Jr. borrowed a drink from his son and told me how he won the third Modified heat race as well as how made a pass for the lead in turns one and two.  
Running Time - 4:18
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    Tyler Trump raced his way from 5th to 2nd in his heat hugging the tires and spoke about getting to make the draw on the frontstretch in his first big block series race at Brewerton.  
Running Time - 1:09
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    Mat Williamson picked up his first SDS win of the season and talked about fading at the very end as well as how nice it was to have his entire team from the Orange County show with him.   
Running Time - 2:16
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    Chris Hile finished second in the series race and wondered if he may have needed a few more laps on an old-school Brewerton surface as well as how happy he was with the result.  
Running Time - 1:16
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    Larry Wight led early in the 100 lap big block series race, fell back outside the top five and spoke about racing his way back up to finish in third place.    
Running Time - 1:00
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    Matt Sheppard came from eleventh and told me why his progress stopped after reaching fourth as well as what he did set-up wise at Brewerton for the first time.   
Running Time - 1:46
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    Tim Sears Jr. explained why his car fell back as the track changed, how he ended up in sixth place while explaining how much time they have to figure out how to get some speed.    
Running Time - 1:26
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    Peter Britten was the Hard Charger finishing 7th from 25th and talked about when the car improved as well as why he seemed to stall a bit once he got to where he finished.  
Running Time - 4:58
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    Ryan Godown explained what happened during the final caution that caused him to fall from second to tenth as well as how happy he was in his first big block race at Brewerton.  
Running Time - 1:34
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    Kyle Inman told me how he won the Sportsman Series race at Brewerton Speedway, why he changed his engine again during the week and how nice it was make some of that money back.  
Running Time - 2:58
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Friday, September 13th 2019
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    Pat Ward spoke about his hopes for Can Am after the storm last Saturday and look ahead to Brewerton today as well as a busy stretch with the Outlaw 200 & Super DIRT Week.  
Running Time - 2:27
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    Ryan Watt recaps a great day for his family on Saturday as both he and his son won feature races at different tracks, how made a last corner move to win at Bridgeport and looks ahead to Georgetown tonight.  
Running Time - 10:30
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    Billy VanInwegen talked about some motor swapping and how he makes it through a long season that consists of more races than one engine can do and what he does to them for the off-season.  
Running Time - 5:18
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    Ryan Susice explained how one slipped away from him at Ransomville last Friday night, why he was still happy afterwards and runs down his plan for the next month or so.  
Running Time - 12:43
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    Jackson Gill told me about his Fulton Speedway championship and how close it got at the end with a 19th place finish and why trying to drive cautiously can be very hard to do.  
Running Time - 3:47
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Thursday, September 12th 2019
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    Danny Bouc picked up his first of the year at New Egypt and tells me how he raced his way up front from seventh place as well as where he will be racing in the next two months.  
Running Time - 13:17
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     Jeff Sykes summed up how his season has gone at Can Am and what he would do after the rain slowed down the day as well as what you have to do when you are starting third on a bottom groove track.  
Running Time - 4:02
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     Kane Bristol talks about his Sportsman win last Saturday in Canandaigua, how a significant suspension change helped and how he now has to drive the car differently.  
Running Time - 14:00
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     Johnny Bangs tells me how he won his 2nd Sportsman race of the season Saturday at New Egypt, what his goals were coming into the season and remembers his start in racing at age 7.  
Running Time - 18:57
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    Luke Horning recapped his weekend that saw him win Pro Stock features at Albany Saratoga and The Ridge as well as a championship at his Sunday home.  
Running Time - 13:40
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    Brett Deyo previews Friday’s night’s races at Georgetown Speedway and Saturday night at Fonda while looking ahead to some other big shows down the road.  
Running Time - 8:50
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Wednesday, September 11th 2019
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    Billy Pauch Sr. talks about his championship at Bridgeport, how much it means to him at this time in his career and looks ahead to Georgetown Friday. Really good one here!  
Running Time - 20:11
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    Alan Johnson spoke to me about a question from a listener about his winning season streak before he won later that night, his thoughts on coil cars and which engine combination works at different tracks. Sorry, this one got lost in the can. My bad! 
Running Time - 10:18
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     Phil Vigneri III explained how another driver’s misfortune helped him get his 1st Modified feature win at Ransomville, how he survived four late restarts and looks ahead to running a big block at Brewerton on Friday.  
Running Time - 12:24
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    Mark Yorker and Mike Fowler fact check each other and talk about the realities of Sportsman racing including what happened to the car counts late as well as what happens when funds get low. Nice realistic talk here.   
Running Time - 8:03
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    Gary McColman tells me how he got involved in racing early in his life, how he likes Vintage racing with his son now and compares Big G to his everyday persona on the radio.  
Running Time - 29:25
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Tuesday, September 10th 2019
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    Steve Poirier recaps his perfect weekend in Canandaigua at Land of Legends as he won all four races he competed in, explains why he fell off early in the season and described his hopes for the Canadian Sprint Car Nationals this weekend at Ohsweken.  
Running Time - 19:28
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    Chris Raabe talked about his season in a 358 Modified as he won another track championship, remembered some of his past at Can Am and how little he has left on his 2019 race schedule.  
Running Time - 3:43
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     Mike White told me how he turned around his worst season ever to win Saturday at Can Am, how much fun he had coming from 30th to 12th at Albany Saratoga the night before and looks ahead to Mohawk International this Friday.  
Running Time - 15:56
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    Tony Veneziano reports on the tight points battle as the WoO Sprints race on the west coast, analyzes the low car counts in the upper northwest and looks ahead to three races in the next four days.  
Running Time - 24:37
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Monday, September 9th 2019
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    Michael Parent tells me about his season running 358 Modifieds in Quebec, Canada, his hopes for Saturday night at Can Am after some rain altered the track conditions and his late season race plans. 
Running Time - 3:46
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     Kyle Inman walks us through the last minutes of his engine change after a Sportsman feature win at Can Am, thanks everyone for their hard work and then let’s us hear the engine as they fire it. 
Running Time - 10:02
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    Jerrod Dennis talks about his Hobby Stock championship at Woodhull, the tough night he had on the final point night and what it is like racing with his father who by the way finished second in points. Nice story here!  
Running Time - 11:59
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    Jeremie Corcoran previews the Northeast racing Products Trade Show on November 22nd and 23rd, tells drivers how they can get free admission and describes an injury he is working through right now. Get better soon man!  
Running Time - 7:31
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Sunday, September 8th 2019
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    Jason Powers spoke about his win in the DMNT/EOVSCC Super Series race made up from Friday, described how he ran down the race leader and why the inside was the default lane to run.  
Running Time - 2:16
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    Scott Gauthier won the Nostalgia portion of the DMNT/EOVSCC Super Series and told me how slick the racetrack was after the overnight rain as well as how clean the racing was at the end.  
Running Time - 2:41
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    Kyle Inman had a problem at the end of his Sportsman win and explained what they had to do now to fix it as well as when he realized that something bad was going on. Follow up airs tomorrow and yes, they did get it done.  
Running Time - 1:39
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    Taylor Caprara finished second in the Sportsman feature and compared Saturday’s track to Friday nights while explaining why he and everyone else had to take it easy out there. Smart!  
Running Time - 1:26
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    Matt Janczuk described the challenging track he just raced on at Can Am as he finished in third, explained what he had to do to get around as well as a change they were making for race number two.  
Running Time - 1:05
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    Quinn Wallis dominated the Ron White Memorial for Thunder Stocks and spoke about his win that was worth $1,000. I mean, he was really, really bad fast! Impressive? Yes!  
Running Time - 0:53
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    Jason Powers swept the night in the Super Series and remembered how he used the top side to pass as well as one move that got him five spots in one lap.   
Running Time - 2:00
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    Tim McColman got the win in the Nostalgia class and talked about how fast the track was later on as well as how nice it was to win in front of his sponsor.  
Running Time - 2:23
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