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Friday, October 28th 2016
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Ryan Susice reviews his 5 win season and tells me why a 2nd place was his best night overall.
Torrey Stoughtenger remembers his two win season and how some new friends kept him going.
Andrew Harpell previews this Saturday’s seven division show at Five Mile Point Speedway.

Fall is certainly here and the cold associated with it sure came about quickly. Once again we had a dusting of snow in the morning and from what I can see online we are fortunate that we haven’t had it stick yet.

Of course the focus for tonight will be the action in Charlotte at The World Finals and for those of you who are down there we wish you all the best in what for many of you will be your final race weekend of the season.

I started Season in Review interviews yesterday and that is what we have up for you today are the first two of those with a pair of drivers who have always made themselves available when I’ve needed them. Plus I have a preview of the big show at Five Mile Point this Saturday.

I will be back in the studio again today to do Season in Reviews and hopefully catch some of you who may be racing this weekend. If you are interested send me a message and we’ll chat today!

Now let’s find out more about what we have on the Audio Page for you guys today starting with a driver who is in a really good place right now on and off the track. Ryan Susice reviews his 5 win season and tells me why a 2nd place was his best night overall as well as the advice he would give to someone thinking about starting a racing career.

Torrey Stoughtenger remembers his two win season in a Novice Sportsman, how some new friends kept him going after a crash and what he learned about racing in his rookie season.  

Andrew Harpell previews this Saturday’s seven division show at Five Mile Point Speedway that includes events from October 8th as well as some new races.  

 
Thursday, October 27th 2016
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Krista Voda recaps the Sprint Cup Series race at Talladega and looks ahead to Martinsville.
Shane Pecore talks about his three championships and wonders about the W-16 engine.

It was a cold one on Wednesday as we actually woke up with a dusting of snow on the ground. It wasn’t cold enough to stick to the roadways but it was our first glimpse of the white stuff since last spring. I asked my youngest, who loves snow by the way, what she thought of it and she said, “not before Halloween.” So she was not happy.

I’ve got some more good stuff for you today including an update for all you NASCAR fans and a chat with a driver who is seriously considering moving up to a small block thanks to what he saw of the W-16 engine at Super DIRT Week.

If you missed it, go back to yesterday as we talk with chassis builder and Merrittville champion Pete Bicknell who knows a thing or two about the new spec engine. If you guys think we missed anything just send me a message and we’ll get back with Pete and get you more specifics.

Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page starting with a lady who gets to hang out with Kyle Petty and Dale Jarrett on a weekly basis. How cool is that? Krista Voda recaps the Sprint Cup Series race at Talladega and looks ahead to Martinsville while previewing the next round of The Chase.  

Shane Pecore talks about his three championships that included a Super DIRTcar series title and wonders about the W-16 engine. If you missed my chat with Pete Bicknell go back to yesterday!  

 
Wednesday, October 26th 2016
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Jamie Mills talks about his win at Delaware and his Wednesday practice session.
Pete Bicknell tells me about the W-16 engine that Tim Fuller drove at Super DIRT Week.

I had a nice easy day on Tuesday as I bowled in the league and then got a little work done after that. We’ll be back in the studio today and may have another special guest if everything works out well.

This weekend is a big one in Charlotte with the World Finals on tap and it will be great to see how things go as they race at the track for the second weekend in a row. I think it’s great that a lot of new folks got to try the place out last weekend and from what I hear many teams are staying in Charlotte to see the sights and the race shops this week. Have fun guys!

Now let’s talk more about what we have on the Audio Page for today starting with a winning driver from this past weekend. Jamie Mills talks about his Modified win at Delaware on Saturday night, remembers the crash that sidelined him for three and a half months as well as what he learned during that time. Good one!  

Pete Bicknell tells me about the W-16 engine that Tim Fuller drove at Super DIRT Week, goes over some of the specifics including cost and how soon he could have one at your race shop.  

 
Tuesday, October 25th 2016
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

J.J. Courcy talks about his season to date and looks forward to one more race weekend.
Tony Veneziano reports on the World of Outlaw Sprint Car races from the Midwest.

The reality of the off season is finally sinking in for a lot of us as the final races of the year will be history soon. It was a wild weekend of action and this coming weekend the best dirt racers in the country will be heading to Charlotte for the World Finals.

Today we get you up to speed with the World of Outlaw Sprint Cars and visit with a man who is hoping to get in one more race weekend before calling it a season. I will be back in the studio tomorrow and maybe this afternoon so if you want in just give us a holler and we’ll be happy to add you to our broadcast.

Now let’s chat more about what we have on the Audio Page for today starting with a conversation I had on Sunday with a long time racer who almost picked up a win in 2016.   J.J. Courcy talks about his season to date, how he found his way into a Sportsman ride after the season already started and looks forward to one more race weekend.  

Tony Veneziano reports on the two World of Outlaw Sprint Car races this past weekend from the Midwest and gets ready for this weekend’s World Finals in Charlotte.  

 
Monday, October 24th 2016
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Shawn Kirby talks about his Pro Stock Championship and looks ahead to 2017 at Can Am.
Pat LaPage gives some advice to those of you who may have had some flooding this weekend.

We’re back with more good stuff today and some advice for those of you who may have had some basement flooding with all the rain we got over the course of three days. We’re hoping all of you are alright and we know how you feel as we had a big basement flood about ten years ago.

I also have an additional chat in the can with J.J. Courcy as he talks about his hopes to run one more show at Rolling Wheels as they have a show on November 11th and 12th. November 12th will be our 22nd wedding anniversary.

I will be back in the studio today hoping to track down some of you who raced this past weekend and those of you who are heading to Charlotte for The World Finals. And we’re still looking for suggestions on our questions for this year’s Season in Review interviews so let me hear from you at doug@dougsdirtdiary.com.

Now let’s chat more about what we have on the Audio Page today starting with a driver who is coming off a real nice season. Shawn Kirby talks about his Pro Stock Championship, how nice it was to race against his dad for the title and looks ahead to 2017 at Can Am with the Caprara family back at the helm.  

Pat LaPage gives some advice to those of you who may have had some flooding this weekend including how to deal with the insurance companies and a product you can buy to get rid of mold.  

 
Sunday, October 23rd 2016
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Dan Creeden talked about the rain and how it affected action at Orange County today.
Brady Fultz
gets ready for today at Outlaw Speedway and wondered about engines for 2017.
Dillon Sallows described a new deal he has going that will get back on the track next season.

It was yet another cold and rainy day and as I looked around facebook I saw some snowy pictures from our east. Glad it didn’t hit us yet but you know there is no avoiding it. I miss summer don’t you?

We have some good stuff up for you today including a quick update from Orange County where rain washed out the entire day on Saturday which means today will be a long day filled with a ton of action. Also a ton of racing action will be happening at Outlaw Speedway in Dundee with seven divisions of racing starting this afternoon at 1 p.m.

I am not sure if I am heading out today as I am trying to fend off the beginnings of a cold. I have been pounding Zicam hoping to keep it away so we’ll see how we do there. But one way or another we’ll have some good stuff up for you tomorrow for sure.

Now let’s chat more about what we have for you today on the Audio Page starting from a soggy pit area downstate. Dan Creeden talked about the rain on Saturday in Middletown and how it affected action at Orange County today which is sure to be a very busy Sunday.

Brady Fultz gets ready for today at Outlaw Speedway and talked about some tough luck late in the season while wondering about engines for 2017.

Dillon Sallows described a new deal he has going that will get back on the track next season with a brand new chassis and told me how he did in two late season races.  

 
Saturday, October 22nd 2016
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Tony Finch II tells me how a fire cost him his racecar and his hauler and how we can help.
Steve Ovens previews Dutch Hoag Memorial Weekend in Dundee that is now moved to Sunday.

The rain has been intense and it sound like today will be colder and wetter than what we went through on Friday. How can that be right? And they even mentioned snow. Oh no! Yes, fall is here alright.

I got some work done in the studio and will be back in there today as well. Not sure if I am going anywhere tomorrow as it is going to be cold so we’ll wait and see and maybe watch the NASCAR race with Allie. Either way it will be a fun day.

Now let’s talk more about what we have on the Audio Page starting with a driver who could use some help from the racing community. Tony Finch II tells me how a fire two weeks cost him his racecar and his hauler, how we can help and how fortunate he is to still be here afterwards. Yeah, this could have been much worse!  

Steve Ovens previews Dutch Hoag Memorial Weekend at Outlaw Speedway that is now moved to Sunday and tells me about the drivers who will be part of this seven division show.  

 
     
 
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