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Gary Rowe of M.R. Gaebel, Inc.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Tuesday, December 3rd 2019
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    Denny Peebles talks about racing karts indoors this weekend in Syracuse, describes what it is that he likes best about this show and remembers his scary fire at Brewerton Speedway in his Sprint Car.    
Running Time - 13:52
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    Tony Veneziano reports on the World of Outlaw drivers in action last weekend, gives us some silly season news and reviews the season for the drivers that finished 6th through 10th in the points.    
Running Time - 27:43
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Monday, December 2nd 2019
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    Rick Young explains how he came from England to Canada, remembers his day as a racecar driver back in the UK and tells how that helps him take better pictures in the heat of the moment.  
Running Time - 6:35
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    Rob Fuller talks about his new role at Troyer Race Cars, shows me their new racecars for 2020 and talks about his own background in the sport racing on asphalt.    
Running Time - 6:47
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    Todd Morey thought back on his time announcing dirt Modified races in CNY as a teenager, told me what he’s been doing since then as well as the Monster Truck series he is with now.   
Running Time - 7:48
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Sunday, December 1st 2019
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    Brett Wright showed off the newest member of his family at the Northeast Racers Auction & Trade Show and talked about his season in a Sprinter as well as what he learned this past season.    
Running Time - 5:52
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    A.J. Kingsley talked about racing Modified last season, remembered his crazy heat race from Outlaw 200 Weekend and shared some childhood memories of growing up at Fulton Speedway with his family at the helm.    
Running Time - 5:40
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    Kyle Hoffman tells me about his role with DKM and goes over some of his background in business as well as why he feels racers should buy their chassis from their factory.    
Running Time - 7:27
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Saturday, November 30th 2019
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    Tyler Trump talked about running a big block for the first time, what it was like adjusting to the extra power and gives advice to any Sportsman drivers who are thinking of moving up to Modifieds.    
Running Time - 4:33
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    Billy Shantel Jr. told me what he and his car owner were doing at the parts show and what type of chassis he has to buy because of his height and how fortunate he was in a flip a few years ago.    
Running Time - 5:35
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    Bailey Groves remembered her time racing at Syracuse as a kid, explains how a lot of what she learned then helps her today and talked about her 2019 season driving a Sportsman.    
Running Time - 9:01
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Friday, November 29th 2019
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    Brett Tonkin ran down what he has in his race shop right now, described what he plans on doing this off season as well as his hopes to run some spec head 358 Modified races.    
Running Time - 5:20
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    Loren Lincoln ran down how his 2019 season went in a Sportsman, why the quality of his results was down and his hopes to be able to do more in the coming year.    
Running Time - 5:01
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    Craig Pritchard split his time between asphalt & dirt and talked about what he bought at the show as well as how cool the new magnetic releases on the air helmets are. I know right?    
Running Time - 5:09
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Thursday, November 28th 2019
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    Jason Barney talks about doing business last weekend in Syracuse, why he believes the chassis & parts he sells are superior and why being ESS Champion is so hard to do.   
Running Time - 7:15
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    Alysha Baye spoke about her season running a 305 at Land of Legends, how they dealt with the loss of Danny Wilmes and what it was like to travel a few more times last season.    
Running Time - 5:26
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    Mike Welch reviewed how he did in a pair of stock cars and how each of those racecars were on track as well as a new car he is in the process of building right now.    
Running Time - 4:05
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Wednesday, November 27th 2019
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    Gil Tegg Jr. told me about the new chassis he picked up as he toured the show last weekend, how nice it will be to have two for 2020 and looked forward to heading to Florida in February.    
Running Time - 5:55
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    Randy Shantel spoke about how much he raced last season in Modified & open Sportsman and explained why it got better later on as well as what he was doing at the trade show last weekend.    
Running Time - 4:50
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    Coleby Felber described what it was like moving from a Quarter Midget to a Legends Car at Evans Mills, how that time racing at Syracuse helps him today and where he would like to be in the future.  
Running Time - 4:40
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    Mike Mallett talked about how Dirt Track Digest has come in the last few seasons, wonders if there could come a time when there are less fans at the track than online and shared a story about learning to use heavy equipment. Funny stuff!  
Running Time - 7:11
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