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Friday, December 26th 2014
   Top five downloaded interviews for March 2014:
 
Dan Harpell talked about his new role as promoter at Black Rock and how it all came about.
Bobby Varin updates us on how his recovery from a skiing accident is coming almost 2 months later.
Bobby Varin updated us on how his injury is healing as he showed the 1j he will drive at Fonda.
Jimmy Horton wonders why his Modified shut off several times and looks ahead to Bridgeport.
Ronnie Johnson showed off his Modified in Schenectady and talked about his 2014 race plans.
 
Dan Harpell talked about his new role as promoter at Black Rock and how it all came about. He told me about his goals for the show, what he needs to do first and why they pushed the start of the season back by a month. 
 
Bobby Varin updates us on how his recovery from a skiing accident is coming almost 2 months later. He told me about the rehabbing he is doing to get stronger, what his plans are for the coming season and thanks everyone who called or sent cards. 
 
Bobby Varin updated us on how his injury is healing as he showed the Jake Spraker owned 1j he will drive at Fonda. He told me about a humbling moment he had at the gym, how tough it was to get out of the car at the mall show and how optimistic he is to be ready for the opener in early April. 
 
Jimmy Horton wonders why his Modified shut off several times and looks ahead to Bridgeport’s 60 Over Special. He told me what they will do to track down the problem in the shop, how he reacts when things like this happen and runs down his plans for the 2014 season. 
 
Ronnie Johnson showed off his Modified in Schenectady and talked about his 2014 race plans. He told me about the brand new car his car owner will have for Fonda, wonders which engine combination will be best at Fonda and why he may head to some more DIRTcar Series races. Our thoughts and payers are with you guys on the loss of Jo Jo.  May he rest in peace!

 
Thursday, December 25th 2014
   Top five downloaded interviews for February 2014:
 
Brett Hearn recapped his pair of races at Volusia and looked ahead to what awaits him at home.
Dave Rauscher gets ready to head to Volusia and talks about what makes the trip so special.
Gary Tomkins talks about the work he is doing in his shop and what he has set up for 2014.
Chip Burdick talked about the 2014 season at Can Am and why they are switching tire brands. 
Jimmy Phelps walked me through his races in Florida and talked about the work in Weedsport.
 
Brett Hearn recapped his pair of races at Volusia and looked ahead to what awaits him at home. He told me about a tire issue the first night, how a caution might have helped on Thursday and what his goal is for the Florida trip.   
 
Dave Rauscher gets ready to head to Volusia and talks about what makes the trip so special. He told me how he has done at this race in the past, his hopes to get into the top ten for the first time and what he is planning for the rest of the season as of now. 
 
Gary Tomkins talks about the work he is doing in his shop and what he has set up for 2014. He spoke about being in about the same place at this time last year, how proud he was to finish as well as he did with his family team and wondered if today my one day be remembered as the “good old days” for Modified racing. They could very well be Gary! 
 
Chip Burdick talked about the 2014 season at Can Am and why they are switching tire brands. He also told me about some mini series they are running, the Grit Series for Sportsman and how much snow the North Country has now. We forgot to mention that a new tech team is in place as well. 
 
Jimmy Phelps walked me through his races in Florida and talked about the work taking place right now at the Weedsport Speedway. He told me how a test in Georgia helped get them ready for Florida, what it was like to have Matt Sheppard as a new teammate and runs down some changes they are making in Weedsport. 

 
Wednesday, December 24th 2014
   Top five downloaded interviews for January 2014:
 
Bobby Varin tells me about the injuries he suffered in a skiing accident and how he is doing now.
Chris Hile talked about winning his first career Modified feature and his aggressive plans for 2014.
Billy Pauch tells me when he will be at Motorsports 2014 and looks ahead to indoor racing.
Tony Farone told me what is new for him in 2014 and recapped his year at two different tracks.
Brett Deyo told me about his presence this weekend at Motorsports 2014 down in Pennsylvania.
 
Bobby Varin tells me about the injuries he suffered in a skiing accident and how he is doing now. He explained how he ended up taking a tumble, how he felt immediately afterwards and what the prognosis is for his recovery. 
 
Chris Hile talked about winning his first career Modified feature and his aggressive plans for 2014. He also told me about the work still to do at Brewerton, his hopes for the Super DIRTcar Series and how the work is coming along at the shop as they get a pair of racecars ready for the coming season. 
 
Billy Pauch tells me when he will be at Motorsports 2014 and looks ahead to indoor racing. He spoke about how much fun it will be to re-new old friendships this weekend, how a test session went a few weeks ago and his tentative plans for Modified racing outdoors. 
 
Tony Farone told me what is new for him in 2014 and recapped his year at two different tracks. He talked about a surgery he will have in a few weeks, explained how he lost a race & a motor while sitting on the scales at Fonda and how a new sponsor should help things along this coming season. 
 
Brett Deyo spoke about his presence this weekend at Motorsports 2014 down in Oaks, Pennsylvania. He told me who will be in his booth at the show to sign autographs, how he put together a point fund for his new Short Track Super Series and his expansion into Sprint Car racing. 

 
Tuesday, December 23rd 2014
    New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Shawn Kirby recapped his championship season at Can Am and told me how it exceeded expectations.
Nick Krause reviews his tough season in a Sportsman that began with a hard crash at Utica Rome.
 
We finish out the new stuff for 2014 with a pair of young drivers who will tell us about their season that was. And yes, we will extend our Season in Review chats through January and we will have more once the new year gets going.
 
But starting tomorrow we’ll do our own Season in Review as we give you the top 5 downloads for each moth this past year. Of course you guys know me, I can never make it too long without doing interviews so rest assured that I will be doing some during my winter break.
 
Now let’s start out on the Audio Page with a man who won his very first championship. Shawn Kirby recapped his championship season at Can Am, told me how it exceeded his expectations and how nice it was to win on the final points night. 
 
Nick Krause reviews his tough season in a Sportsman that began with a hard crash at Utica Rome, described how concerning it was to get back into a car after that and his plans for 2015. 

 
Monday, December 22nd 2014
    New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Timmy Buckwalter reviews his 2014 season that saw him win in four types of different racecars.
Kenny Gates tells me about his season at Fonda in a Pro Stock and what he learned on Sundays.
 
We’re back with our final interviews of 2014 and actually since we got a few extra ones done on Sunday I am going to extend the new stuff through tomorrow. So that means we’ll start out best of the month interviews on Wednesday. We’ll give you the top five downloads for each month of 2014 and do so right through the new year.
 
On today we have a pair of Season in Review chats that are both very good. One driver won in a class he  had never won in before and the other learned some stuff driving someone else’s car and then applied that to his own.
 
So let’s check out these new interviews on the Audio Page starting with a very versatile driver who can drive just about anything on dirt. Timmy Buckwalter reviews his 2014 season that saw him win in four types of different racecars including his first ever victory in a Modified.  
 
Kenny Gates tells me about his season at Fonda in a Pro Stock, what he learned on Sundays driving a friend’s car and the new car he has on order for 2015. 

 
Sunday, December 21st 2014
    New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Alan Rudalavage reviews his two win season and tells me how good Penn Can was in 2014.
Ernie Saxton talks about racing including NASCAR and what he thinks of the current chase format.
 
One more day of new stuff to go before we get to out top downloads of 2014. I have a few set up for today in the studio and if you want in, you need to message me today or wait till next year.
 
We’ve got some good stuff up for you today with a pair of people who are not bashful in the slightest. So sit back and enjoy as we do a Season in Review and talk racing with a man who covers it for a living.
 
I hope you all have a great day today and remember what is most important at the holiday time, friends and family. So don’t get stressed out and enjoy this time of the year.
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you today on the Audio Page. I start with one your favorites! Alan Rudalavage reviews his two win season, tells me how good Penn Can was in 2014 and what job he thinks he could do at the racetrack if he had to. Yeah, he’d be fine! 
 
Ernie Saxton talks about racing including NASCAR, what he thinks of the current chase format and some of the stories that fans might have missed. 

 
Saturday, December 20th 2014
    New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Ryan Watt reviews his six win season and tells me about winning half his races in the first month.
Johnny Hill talks about his season in a crate Late Model and how two big crashes hurt him.
 
We have a pair of Season in Review interviews for you today as we finish out 2014 here. We’ll be doing our top downloads of the year beginning on Tuesday so we have two more studio days left.
 
Both of these today are really good so I hope you enjoy them. I’ve started going through what we’ll be doing next week and you guys picked some real good ones in your top five. I can’t wait to get going on those but will do two more days before that.
 
Hope all of you are doing well and getting your shopping done. We’re probably about 75% done and hope to wrap up the rest this weekend.
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you to listen to today on the Audio Page. I start with a driver who got his year off to a great start. Ryan Watt reviews hissix win season and tells me about winning half his races in the first month as well as the two new cars he’ll have in his race shop next week. 
 
Johnny Hill talks about his season in a crate Late Model, how two big crashes hurt him in the points and the need for a 604 motor for next season. 

 
     
 
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