New on the Audio Page from Rotterdam Square:
Mark Mortensen showed off his Sportsman and talked about finding a problem late in 2016.
Luke Horning will race a pair of cars in 2017 and told me where each of his cars will race.
Justin Knight had a brand new Pro Stock on display and told me about the man who built it.
Vinnie Sanganetti explains why he got out of the seat last year and who is driving the 34 now.
Ronnie Johnson talked about seeing friends at the mall and why important these events are.
I had a really fun day as Allie and I headed east to Rotterdam Square for the Fonda Speedway car show. There were a lot of cars there both big and small and if you are looking for something to do you really need to get out and see this show. And of course wear your race gear, dress to impress, be on your best behavior and spend some money while you’re there.
Allie and I got there at about 2:30 and stayed for almost five hours. We ate at the food court (really good pizza place there) listened to some singers and talked to a lot of people. When we left we still had people we wanted to talk to so if we missed you please send me a message and we’ll talk this week. I just ran out of time.
We put some of what we did up today and the rest will come out this week as well as some we still have canned from Motorsports Expo. We met a lot of new people, saw the nice changes they made at this mall and as always had a great time hanging out with our second family
Now let’s chat more about what’s on the Audio Page for today as we look back at our busy Saturday in Rotterdam on a beautiful 40 degree day. Mark Mortensen showed off his Sportsman and talked about finding a 3 degree problem late in 2016 as well as what happened after they diagnosed the issue.
Luke Horning will race a pair of Pro Stock in 2017 and told me where each of his cars will race as well as looking back at 2016 including a new track for him on Sundays.
Justin Knight had a brand new Pro Stock on display and told me about the man who built it as well as where he plans to race his new ride in 2017.
Vinnie Sanganetti explains why he got out of the seat last year after a half a season, who is driving the 34 now and how much he may race later this season.
Ronnie Johnson talked about seeing friends at Rotterdam Square, why important these events are as well as what he and his car owner plan to do this coming season.