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Sunday, March 24th 2019
   New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Demetrios Drellos remembered his races last weekend at Georgetown and at Volusia in February.
Butch Hazzard talks about his new job as co-promoter at Glen Ridge and his own racing background.
 
The big storm that was supposed to the next bomb cyclone ended up dropping about three inches of snow here in Central New York. The snowblower was not needed as almost all of it melted under the sun on Saturday. Let’s hope this is the last time I use that word till sometime in November. Keep your fingers crossed.
 
I got a lot done on Saturday as I got very busy in the studio and I hope to be very busy again today. As I wrote this up I am getting ready for some friends to stop over to watch some games tonight. Let’s hope they are competitive and fun to watch. And we’ll be doing more of that today as well.
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page starting with a man who already has six races in so far this year. Demetrios Drellos remembered his races last weekend at Georgetown that included a top ten on Sunday, his four races earlier in the year at Volusia in February and looks ahead to Can Am in three weeks. 
 
Butch Hazzard talks about his new job as co-promoter at Glen Ridge, highlights some races from their 2019 schedule and tells us about his own racing background which kept him busy last weekend.  
 
Saturday, March 23rd 2019
   New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Cody Jackson talks about his rookie season in a Sportsman after moving from an Asphalt Modified.
Nick Stone gets teased by Luke Horning before the two talk seriously about coils versus leaf springs.

We had another fun day on Friday as basketball was the center of our activities. There were some big upsets and some great games. And with the weather like it is with nothing happening on the local dirt tracks this weekend at least I have something to do. Melt quickly snow. We need you gone in a few weeks please.
 
I have a pair of really nice interviews up for you today and will have more tomorrow including a chat with the new co-promoter at The Ridge. And I’ll be in studio this afternoon in between games getting ore for you for tomorrow.
 
And don’t forget that there are a bunch of fund raisers this weekend for racers we know well. Please do your best to support them as they get everything in order for the coming season. Hope you all have a great day and don’t have too much snow to move.
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page starting with a man who is coming off a pretty good season. Cody Jackson talks about his three win rookie season in a Sportsman at Thunder Mountain after moving from an Asphalt Modified, describes how he adapted and his big goals for 2019. 
 
Nick Stone gets teased by Luke Horning at last weekend’s show in Rotterdam before the two talk seriously about coils versus leaf springs. Real good one here for you Pro Stock racers!  
 
 
Friday, March 22nd 2019
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Matt Rich had his Sportsman in display last weekend and talked about racing and working in racing.
Devon Camenga talked about his Pro Stock travels last year and ran down his plans for this season.

What a fun day it was for me on Thursday as I got to visit with an old friend for a while and see some great college basketball games. It was fun from top to bottom and I can’t wait to do it all over again today.
 
Speaking of today that little storm they’ve been talking about now sounds like it could be a little more of a bother. They are predicting 6-10 inches of snow for us here and I am ready for what I hope will be the last time the snow blower will be needed this month. I know a lot of you are too! Darn…
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have on the Audio Page for you today as we get ready for a cold, snowy weekend. Matt Rich had his Sportsman in display last weekend in Rottterdam and talked about racing from the driver’s seat and remembers starting his career in a 1971 Charger back in 1986. 
 
Devon Camenga talked about his Pro Stock travels last year as a part time racer, how he did with the King of Dirt Series and ran down his plans for this season. 
 
Thursday, March 21st 2019
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Ron Proctor talked about racing Sportsman at Devil’s Bowl and when he started racing at age 20.
Mike Jackson showed me his Sportsman in Rotterdam and talked about his racing apparel business.

It was such a nice day on Wednesday and it’s sad that the nice weather will be leaving us with snow in its place for Friday. Depending on where you live you may get a little, you may get more than a little so we’ll just have to wait and see. March never lets us off easy all month so I guess we should have expected it.

We’ll be in serious basketball mode for the next few days with the NCAA tournament kicking into high gear today. Allie and I will be watching hoops and we even had a chance to get in the driveway and shoot a little bit yesterday. It was fun and her jump shot has come a long way.

Now let’s talk more about racing and what we have for you on the Audio Page from this past weekend’s car show in Rotterdam. Ron Proctor talked about racing Sportsman at Devil’s Bowl, when he started racing a big car at age 20 and what it was like racing motorcycles as a younger man. 
 
Mike Jackson showed me his Sportsman in Rotterdam this past weekend at the mall show and talked about his racing apparel business as well as what they are doing for the Dirt Modified Nostalgia Tour.  
 
Wednesday, March 20th 2019
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Kenny Gates talked about his season in a Pro Stock at Fonda and his new plastic quarter panels.
Craig Pritchard explains why he is returning to Utica Rome to race his Sportsman on Sunday nights.
Mimi Lazzaro spoke about singing at the new Expo Center and remembers going to races with dad.

Wednesday is here and so is the warmer weather. The next few days sound nice and some are wondering if that four letter word we hate so much at this time of the year may be gone. I don’t know about that but I would not mind keeping that old Airens snowblower in the garage for a long time.
 
I’m going to be back at it again today as we are getting a little low in the can. As always suggestions are appreciated and after talking to a pair of drivers this past weekend who were both listeners and never reached out to me I need to encourage all of you racers out there to please do so.
 
I feel badly that I don’t get to talk to more of you but I don’t know you. Just send me an email at doug@dougsdirtdiary.com or message me on Facebook. I’d love to hear how you got started, how you are coming along as you learn and what you hope happens this year. Really, I wanna chat. So reach out please and let’s talk today so you can link it and let people know what you’re all about!
 
Now let’s talk more about what we have to listen to on the Audio Page today starting with a guy who is looking ahead to another fun season. Kenny Gates talked about his season in a Pro Stock at Fonda, the new plastic quarter panels he is trying for the first time and how much he enjoyed his races in Charlotte. 
 
Craig Pritchard explains why he is returning to Utica Rome to race his Sportsman on Sunday nights, remembers how much fun he had in a couple of late season races there and thinks back to the early 90’s. 
 
Mimi Lazzaro spoke about singing at the new Exposition Center in Syracuse for their inaugural show and remembers going to races with dad Lou Lazzaro.   
 
Tuesday, March 19th 2019
   New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Jeff Cook talks about the Sprint Cars he is working on for this season and runs down his plans for 2019.
Tony Farone shows off his Sportsman for 2019 and talked about this possibly being his final season.
Tony Veneziano reports on the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series as they visited Chico and Stockton.
 
I had a nice day with my kids on Monday as they had the day off from school. Dada and I took them to lunch at the famous B’Ville Diner and saw a couple sitting near us with their cat sitting in their booth. He was dressed for St. Patrick’s Day. “Pet me, I’m Irish,” his shirt said. And that was the car, not his owner. Just when you think you’ve seen it all right?
 
I’ve got a fun day ahead of me today as we’ll get to do some bowling later tonight and then watch the play-in games for the NCAA tournament. The biggest event in sports, period, begins tonight and I can’t wait. And neither can Allie as she is in full basketball mode.
 
Now let’s chat more about what you can listen to on the Audio Page beginning with one I saved from the big Motorsports Expo in Syracuse. Jeff Cook talks about the Sprint Cars he is working on for this season and runs down his plans for 2019 as well as why it seems more like a job to him nowadays. 
 
Tony Farone shows off his new Sportsman for 2019 and talked about this possibly being his final season and the realities of trying to run different brands and compounds with tires.

Tony Veneziano reports on the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series as they visited Chico and Stockton, California this past weekend and talks about the very tight point’s battle among the top three.  
 
Monday, March 18th 2019
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Jeff Rockefeller is going for it in 2019 and talked about the racecars he will be racing this season.
Bob Hackel remembers some of his racing career as he won 256 races in the 1960’s, 70’s and 80’s.
Jamie Page talks about his new job as GM at Fonda Speedway and his hopes for the coming season.

It was a nice day on Sunday as I got to sleep in after a late night on Saturday. I was also able to get a little work done in the studio and watch the NCAA selection show with Allie. It was a nice day.
 
The kids have today off so we’ll try to find something fun to do this afternoon as the teachers have meetings all day. So even though my kids are off my wife will have to work. Sorry honey!
 
Now let’s chat in more detail about what’s new on the Audio Page starting with a driver who is loaded for bear for 2019. Jeff Rockefeller is going for it in 2019 and talked about the racecars he will be racing this season while explaining why some drivers prefer a raised nose on their Modifieds as well as what it does.

Bob Hackel remembers some of his racing career winning 256 races in the 1960’s, 70’s and 80’s, tells me about a mid engine four cylinder car he won a lot of races with and what it’s like racing with his grandson. 
 
Jamie Page talks about his new job as GM at Fonda Speedway, his hopes for the coming season and describes some of the little things that many fans may not know about.  
 
     
 
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