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Sunday, November 17th 2019
    New on the Audio Page for today:

Shane Pecore talks about his move up to a 358 for 2020 and remembers moving up too soon before.
Jeff Davoli reviews his 2019 season in a Sportsman in Canandaigua and talks about changes for 2020.

I got a lot done on Saturday and have even more set up for tomorrow. I have a pair of Sportsman racers up today and we’ll review the season with a young Modified driver from New Jersey tomorrow.

I did some running around and got a lot of other things done too while my wife did a wine trail trip with an old high school friend for her birthday. She had fun and I had a day to myself here at the house.

Now as I type this up I’m getting ready to watch some SU basketball with Allie. I’ll be watching the early games today with friends before I head to the studio at about 4:30 this afternoon. We’ll have more for you and we hope to see a lot of you next weekend at the Northeast Racing Products Auction & Trade Show in Syracuse.

Now let’s go into more detail about what we have for you on the Audio Page today as we begin with some news. Shane Pecore talks about his move up to a 358 for 2020, a problem he had at Super DIRT Week and remembers moving up to a 358, perhaps a little early, back in 2012. 

Jeff Davoli reviews his 2019 season in a Sportsman at Land of Legends Raceway, explains why he really needs a new chassis and talks about some other changes for 2020.   

 
Saturday, November 16th 2019
   New on the Audio Page for today:

Demetris Drellos recapped his two win season and his top ten finish on the Super DIRTcar Series.

I had a busy day and worked hard on the phone but was only able to come up with one interview for you. I was however able to set up many things for the rest of the weekend. Fridays is always a tough night to track people down. Might have to make that my new day off as yesterday was not very productive at all.

I’ll be working today and tomorrow while trying to watch the final truck race of the season to root on one of our own. It should be a fun day and we’ll be sure to have more up tomorrow as well as my own Season in Review as well.

Best of luck to everyone running today in Pennsylvania and Delaware and we hope you all have a smooth day at the track.

Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page beginning with a Season in Review with a young driver who is on his way up for sure! Demetris Drellos recapped his two win season in a dirt Modified, his top ten finish on the Super DIRTcar Series and the nice finish to his year that he enjoyed in Charlotte.  

 
Friday, November 15th 2019
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Dean Reynolds updates us on the World Finals, The Empire Super Sprints and what’s coming up.
Ernie Saxton talks about NASCAR’s big finale weekend and the Roger Penske/Indy Car purchase.

Well after chatting with some big name drivers earlier in the week I wanted to change things up a bit and get you some behind the scenes stuff. A lot is going to happen in the next few weeks as this is when a bulk of the 2020 season is hashed out. So get to work boy and girls, 2020 will be here before you know it.

I did my usual Thursday things and will be back in the studio again today. I have some things on my list and have been playing phone tag with a few people so hopefully I will get lots done today and have more cool stuff for you tomorrow.

Now let’s chat more about what is new on the Audio Page for today starting with a man who took on a new job this year while keeping the one he already had. Dean Reynolds updates us on the World Finals from Charlotte, The Empire Super Sprints as they get ready to celebrate their season this Saturday and what’s coming up over the next two weeks. Hint: A lot! 

Ernie Saxton talks about NASCAR’s big finale weekend in Miami, what they could do to seriously alter their schedule down the road and offers his take on the Roger Penske/Indy Car-Indianapolis Motor Speedway purchase.  
 
Thursday, November 14th 2019
   New on the Audio Page for today:

Jimmy Phelps recaps his three days in Charlotte that resulted in a series win and a thirteenth place.
Mike Maresca told me about his sixth and third place finishes in Charlotte and his 3rd at Bridgeport.

More big time drivers on the site for you today as we continue to look back at this past weekend. And don’t forget that Delaware International is also racing this weekend for those of you who are still hoping to get out one more time.

And before you know it the Northeast Racer’s Auction & Trade Show will be here and we can all see each other again, see the stuff that will be on wining cars next year and share some stories about this past season. I’ll be there for set up on Thursday as well as both Friday and Saturday.

Allie will be there Saturday as she has basketball try outs on Friday. And be sure to look for her 75 at the show as well as the Ovid Doiron tribute car that Tim Hegarty drove this past season. And for those of you looking for a different way to go stop by the Dirt Modified Nostalgia Tour booth and see how you can have fun, see some different tracks and not break the bank.

Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page for today starting with a winner from down in Charlotte.

Jimmy Phelps told me about his Super DIRTcar Series win at The World Finals, why he may have outthought himself on Saturday’s thirteenth place and reminds us to stop at the Weedsport Speedway booth at the NE Racer’s Auction and Trade Show next weekend. 

Mike Maresca recapped his busy weekend that included sixth and third place finishes in Charlotte a third place at Bridgeport and wondered if he might head to Delaware this weekend.  

 
Wednesday, November 13th 2019
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Mat Williamson explains how he won the Super DIRTcar Series Modified championship in Charlotte.
Ryan Watt recaps his weekend at Bridgeport where he raced three times an picked up a big victory.

The storm of the century only hit us with a few inches of snow, maybe three at the most, so it was no big deal. I didn’t even use the snowblower and instead got exercise with the shovel. Cool!

After running some errands in the afternoon I got home, did some work and finished out the day by going out to donner with my wife to celebrate our 25th anniversary. Nothing fancy for us just Outback Steak House for the steak and lobster $14.99 special is all I need to feel special.

Now let’s chat more about what is on the Audio Page as we have a pair of big name drivers up for you this Wednesday. Mat Williamson explains how he won the Super DIRTcar Series Modified championship in Charlotte with his 5th place and 2nd place finishes this past weekend. 

Ryan Watt recaps his weekend at Bridgeport where he raced a Sprint Car on Friday, won with his Modified on Saturday and wrapped up on Sunday with a fourth place.  
 
Tuesday, November 12th 2019
   New on the Audio Page for today:

Billy Pauch Sr. talks about his Poker Series championship and shares some Bridgeport memories.
Tony Veneziano reports on the finale for the WoO Sprint Cars that created the closest finish ever.

We hope you all are doing alright today as this is supposed to be the first big snow event of the season here in New York. As I type this up at almost 8 o’clock on Monday we have only had a dusting but they are predicting 6-9 inches of wet snow for us by the time it stops sometime this morning.

I’m as ready as I can be and the girls are both hoping for a day off from school but we’ll see how that goes. I’ll be busy with a few things before I head to work in the studio later today. We wish all of you the best as we tackle the first storm of the season.

Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page today starting with a racer who just ran his final show of the 2019 season. Billy Pauch Sr. talks about his Poker Series championship and shares some Bridgeport memories while looking forward to getting his 2020 season started with a trip south to Volusia. Good one here! 

Tony Veneziano reports on the finale for the WoO Sprint Cars that created the closest point’s finish in the series long history, told me how each of the two nights went and comments on reaction in Indianapolis to the Roger Penske news.  

 
Monday, November 11th 2019
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Billy VanPelt reviews his championship season in 2019 and explains what he looks for in a special.
Mitchell Bard tells me about some engine issues with his 600 Micro and his hopes for the future.

I had a fun day on Sunday and made sure that the snowblower is ready, fresh gas was just purchased and everything I need for the first real snow of the season. I’m hoping the heavy stuff will miss us but I am ready. And the kids and wife all have the day off from school.

We will be thinking about all you veterans today as we remember your sacrifices on this special day. Thanks to all of you who served and especially those who paid the ultimate sacrifice. Who knows what the world would look like today with their sacrifices. Thank you!

Now let’s chat more about what is on the Audio Page today starting with another Season in Review with a very experienced racer. Billy VanPelt reviews his championship season in 2019 and explains what he looks for in a special as well as what he learned about fire suits early in his career. 

Mitchell Bard tells me about some engine issues with his 600 Micro Sprint this past season, remembers his start in a Microd in Syracuse and describes his hopes for the future.  
 
     
 
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