New on the Audio Page for today:
Alan Rudalavage talks about his recent win, his job as an EMT and his hopes for a championship.
Jeff Rockefeller told me about his season so far and what he is doing this year at Super DIRT Week.
Billy Pauch Jr. recaps his weekend that included a feature win and his first ever championship.
We’re slowly but surely getting back to normal here in the home studio after a horrible stretch. I think I am finally getting better and am thankful to all of you who helped especially Kevin Sr. and his wife Pam. Plus a big shout out goes to Mark Garrow at Performance Racing Network for his solid advice. Thanks guys.
We have a real god one up today with Alan Rudalavage who I did not know is a first responder and an EMT. Someone we didn’t think about were those brave people on the safety truck at Canandaigua. I know those guys. They work hard and I am sure they are still hurting. Wanna know how they deal with things like this as a group? Then listen to my chat with him to see.
Also I have my last chat from Utica Rome as we talk with last year’s Super DIRT Week surprise Jeff Rockefeller. I hope you like them and if we are dry today, I will be at Brewerton.
Plus we added a chat with Billy Pauch Jr. that we did after I had this front page updated. It was quite a weekend for the young man and he also offers us some perspective the nature of our sport and the special relationship he has with his famous father. Great stuff!
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page. I start with a real good one with a real good man. Alan Rudalavage talks about his recent win, his job as an EMT and his hopes for a championship. He tells me why he has never won a title before, what he does at the race shop to help the team and what keeps first responders going when things don’t turn out well. Thank God for folks like Alan who risk everything to help others!
Jeff Rockefeller told me about his season so far and what he is doing this year at Super DIRT Week. He described how badly things have gone overall, how he trashed a car at Glen Ridge and why he won’t be disappointed if he does not qualify in the top six in October on the mile.
Billy Pauch Jr. recaps his weekend that included a feature win and his first ever championship. He told me how he beat out his dad for the title at Kutztown, how he got some redemption at Big Diamond and runs down his tentative late season plans.