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Thursday, November 12th 2015
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Jeff Hachmann recaps Charlotte and looks ahead to Parts Peddler, promoter meeting and Eldora.
Pat LaPage talks about the Sportsman car he just purchased as he will soon be a 45 year old rookie.

We’re back with more news today and how exciting is this news? Very! The Super DIRTcar Series will be at Eldora followed by an invitational race the next day sharing the stage with the Camping World truck Series. The only thing that could possibly make this better is having one of our own in a truck for the Mudsummer Night show…keep your fingers crossed!

I also have a new column in today’s Syracuse Post Standard as well as online at Syracuse.com so look for that as well. Oswego Speedway’s ISMA show from Classic Weekend is on MAV TV tonight at 4 and 7 so don’t miss that.

And next weekend is the Parts Peddler show as well as the DIRTcar banquet so expect a lot of other news to come from that as well as the promoter meetings. Even though there are not any cars on the track these next few weeks locally there is still a lot going on.

Now let’s chat more about what’s on the Audio Page starting with some super exciting news. Jeff Hachmann recaps The World Finals from Charlotte and looks ahead to next weekend’s Parts Peddler show, the promoter meetings, the DIRTcar Banquet and the Super DIRTcar Series race next year at Eldora. Wow!  

Pat LaPage talks about the Sportsman car he just purchased as he will soon be a 45 year old rookie running the division here in the Central New York area.  

 
Wednesday, November 11th 2015
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Alan Rudalavage reviews his two win season and wonders if this might have raced his last race.
Joey Ladouceur talks about his three win season and his plans to move up to Modified for 2016.

We’re back today with our first Season in Review interviews of the 2015 season. I wanted to start out with a pair of good friends first so we went with the two drivers you see on the site today.

We used four questions from you guys and are still taking suggestions. Every person who gets their question used will get a free t-shirt and I’ll be sending those out real soon. If you think you have a question we could use just send it to us at doug@dougsdirtdiary.com.

Now let’s chat more about what we have on the Audio Page as Season in Review time begins.

Alan Rudalavage reviews his two win season, tells me the one thing he can’t leave the store without   and wonders if this might have raced his last race.

Joey Ladouceur talks about his three win season, his plans to move up to Modified for 2016 and his hopes to one day race at the newest track on the Super DIRTcar Series schedule.  

 
Tuesday, November 10th 2015
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Tony Veneziano reports on the World of Outlaw Sprint Car races as well as some driver news.
Joe Marotta talks about The Syracuse Mile: A Look Back this Saturday down in Watkins Glen.

It was another beautiful day on Monday and I got to get out and enjoy it as some friends of mine and I hot some balls around a golf course in Lafayette. We had a great time and I continue to improve at a sport I love almost as much as racing.

After that I got busy in the studio getting some new stuff for you guys today and also writing up a new column for Syracuse.com and the Syracuse Post Standard.

I did get some great questions for my Season in Review interviews and will hold off at least one more day before I start them so look for them to begin real soon.

Now let’s chat more about what we have for you today on the Audio Page starting with a break down of the busiest series on the planet Earth. Tony Veneziano reports on the World of Outlaw Sprint Car races from this past weekend as the 2015 wrapped up in Charlotte.  

Tony Veneziano talks about night two down in Charlotte and gives me some news on driver changes for 2015.

Joe Marotta talks about The Syracuse Mile: A Look Back, a free event at the International Motor Racing Research Center this Saturday down in Watkins Glen while looking ahead to Parts Peddler next weekend in Syracuse.

 
Monday, November 9th 2015
    New on the Audio Page for today:

Paul Szmal talks about Pole Position Raceway Live on Tuesdays and their 8 week race series.
Megan Allen explains why she is getting out of racing for now and how her 6 races went in 2015.

I had a fun day on Sunday as I got to get out and get nine hopes in before heading to the studio after dinner time. Man it gets dark so early and gets dark quickly too. We pulled the golf cart to the clubhouse at 4:55 and ten minutes later it was dark. Oh man!

I hope to go again today with my Thursday buddies as they moved up their Tuesday session due to the forecast. I may have found out why I am all over the place as I made a grip change so we’ll see how today goes.

I’ll be back in the studio today and should be starting Season in Review interviews any day. I’m just waiting to get some more feedback from you on what the six questions should be. Send your thoughts do doug@dougsdirtdiary.com and if we use your question we’ll send you a free t-shirt.

Now let’s chat more about what we have on the Audio Page that you can hear right now. Paul Szmal talks about Pole Position Raceway Live on Tuesdays at 7 p.m. and their 8 week race series at all three New York State racetracks as well as how you can race too.  

Megan Allen explains why she is getting out of racing for now, her hopes to someday get behind the wheel again and how nice it felt to win her last time out. Best of luck Megan!  

 
Sunday, November 8th 2015
    New on the Audio Page for today:

David Marcuccilli talks about winning the Upstate Sportsman Alliance championship for 2015.
Frank Payne tells me about his hopes to sell Skyline and keep it going until he is able to sell it.

Well our streak of nice 70 degree days ended on Saturday but it was still nice enough to get some things done outside and do some running around. Both my dad and mother in law are doing much better so we’re feeling a little less stressed after back to back days talking to doctors so we’re thankful for that.

We’ll be back in the studio today and may start Season in Review interviews. As always we’re looking for feedback from you on what those questions should be so send us your thoughts and if we use your question we’ll send you a free t-shirt. Send me your questions at doug@dougsdirtdiary.com.

Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page for a Sunday. David Marcuccilli talks about winning the Upstate Sportsman Alliance championship for 2015 as well as how switching to a new car helped him set a new career best with 14 wins.  

Frank Payne tells me about his hopes to sell Skyline Raceway after 28 years and keep it going until he is able to sell it as well as some changes he made in the turn three area.  

 
Saturday, November 7th 2015
   New on the Audio Page for today:

Dan Harpell talks about today’s season ending King of the Can show at Penn Can Speedway.

I have had a couple of busy days as we spent time in the emergency room with a family member on Wednesday and then time at the doctors office with another family member on Friday. It has been a real trying time for us and I am truly sorry for the amount of interviews falling off this week.

We’ll be in the studio today and hope to get a lot done as today should be the first normal day for us since we started moving several weeks ago. Life sometimes gets in the way and that is what is happening for me and my family right now.

I have had some conversations with some of you too and I know that a lot of you are going through some tough times too. I always say that life was a lot easier in my teens and twenties when I didn’t give a crap about anything.

But enough about that, let’s talk now about what we have going on for you on the Audio Page that you can hear right now!

Dan Harpell talks about today’s season ending King of the Can show at Penn Can Speedway and runs down some of the bonuses on the line for the race.


 
Friday, November 6th 2015
   New on the Audio Page for today:

Kenny Hammond talks about his hopes for Saturday at Penn Can and his 2016 race plans.
Corky Stockham previews the 36th Annual Parts Peddler Trade Show coming up in two weeks.

What a beautiful day it was again on Thursday. I was able to get out with some of my new friends and hit the golf ball around a little. I was erratic as ever but I did manage to get my first ever eagle on a par 5. Fortunately my wedges are my best clubs.

I have a pair of new interviews up for you today previewing coming events. One is this weekend at Penn Can while the other is a must see event for race teams and anyone with interest in racing.

Today I will be back in the studio and will have more for you tomorrow from the world of racing.

Now let’s chat more about what’s on the Audio Page for you to listen to right now.Kenny Hammond talks about his hopes for Saturday at Penn Can, his early season wins and his 2016 race plans that include some big changes.  

Corky Stockham previews the 36th Annual Parts Peddler Trade Show coming up in two weeks and talks some of the many activities taking place at this year’s event.  

 
     
 
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