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Sunday, February 18th 2018
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Chris Hile tells me about some off season changes and reacts to small blocks headlining at Fulton.
Michelle Courcy talks about how she is doing away from racing and where she needs to improve.
Kip Zeiter previews the next chat at the IMRRC in Watkins Glen with the wife of legend Brock Yates.

I had fun last night as I went to the Fulton and Brewerton Speedway Winter Blast. It was great to see some of my racing buddies and catch up on how things are going. It was a really nice affair as they had the races on from Florida so we could keep tabs on what was happening down there. It was really fun.
 
Two of my chats today are from that and I have more that will show up over the next few days. I’ll be trying to get some work done early and then I’ll be watching racing with Allie. It should be fun and I just hope it does not drag out as much as the race did on Saturday.

Now let’s chat more about what we have on the Audio Page for today as we start with a pair of chats from last night. Chris Hile tells me about some off season changes in his life away from racing and reacts to small blocks headlining at Fulton while looking at the big picture of Modified racing in New York State. 

Michelle Courcy talks about how she is doing away from racing, where she feels needs to improve on the racetrack and what still needs to be done at their race shop. 

Kip Zeiter previews the next chat on February 24th at the International Motor Racing Research Center in Watkins Glen with Pamela Yates, the wife of legend Brock Yates. For more go to www.racingarchives.org. 
 
Saturday, February 17th 2018
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Tyler Siri talks about his feature win in the first Modified race of the week down in Volusia.
Colby Herzog recapped his 2017 season and told me about the newer car he is working on now.

I had a really nice day on Friday as I got to get some more work done in the studio and spend some time with my family. They all have next week off so we’ll be sure to do something fun as a family.

I’ll be busy today as I am going to check out a local bowling tournament in the afternoon before heading to RFH’s Hideaway in Fulton for the speedway’s annual winter bash. I’ll be looking to chat with racers and catch up on how everyone has been doing this off season. It will be a blast and I can’t wait.
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you to listen to on the Audio Page as the weekend is finally here. Tyler Siri talks about his feature win in the first Modified race of the week down in Volusia, explains how he went from third to first late and what went wrong in the second feature. 

Colby Herzog recapped his 2017 season as he made the move up from the Novice class and told me about the newer car he is working on now as well as what the theme on the car will be.   
 
Friday, February 16th 2018
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Sean Corr talks about his ARCA race at Daytona, the big crash and his plans to run dirt again.
Cory Reed previews Saturday’s Winter Bash at RFH’s Hideaway where point money is handed out.

I had a super busy day on Thursday as my afternoon plans ran long so I had to hustle to get back and get some new interviews for you today. Plus my wife wanted to go out to dinner for Valentine’s Day so we did that and then I rushed home to watch the NASCAR qualifiers with Allie. Whew!
 
Things should be a little quieter today and I will be in the studio a little earlier hoping to load up. For the weekend. I’ll be going to the Winter Bash at RFH’s Hideaway to see some friends and get a few interviews on Saturday night.

The local cable company has not been able to work out a deal with Fox so I need to find someplace to watch the Daytona 500. Any ideas? Are there some places with big screens that are going to show the race with the audio? Let me know please as I will not be able to watch it from home this year.
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page today starting with a driver I had not chatted with in almost ten years. Sean Corr talks about his 20th place finish after leading laps in the ARCA race at Daytona, the big crash that took him out late and his plans to run dirt again with his Pro Stock. Good one here guys! 

Cory Reed previews Saturday’s Winter Bash at RFH’s Hideaway where point money is handed out for the top drivers at Brewerton & Fulton Speedways and updates us on the big changes for 2018.   
 
Thursday, February 15th 2018
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Chad Phelps talks about working on his big block and what he thinks about small blocks at Fulton.
Dylan Zacharias tells me about his hopes for his 1st Sportsman win and a new job he has in racing.

I hope you all had a nice day on Wednesday. I know I did as I got a lot done in the afternoon and then spent some time with my wife and family before watching SU. It was a fun day and a productive one as well as I did some writing and got some studio work done as well.
 
Now I hate cold calling people on Valentine’s Day so I did what I did last year and messaged people on Facebook. The first two to respond to me are today’s interviews. Now today after a thing in the afternoon I hope to get a lot done tonight before a big race weekend.

 Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page starting with a few drivers who were winless last year and are hoping to change that early in 2018.  Chad Phelps talks about working on his big block, describes a big decision he has to make in the next few weeks and what he thinks about small blocks at Fulton.  
 
Dylan Zacharias tells me about his hopes for his 1st Sportsman win after many runner-up finishes, what his thoughts are about 358’s in the future and a new job he has in racing that should really help.   
 
Wednesday, February 14th 2018
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Matt Farnham talks about his championship season and his move up to a 358 Modified for 2018.
Jeff Peebles tells me how he is healing after his crash in December and contemplates his racing future.

I had a nice day off and am now ready to get back at it again today. We have a lot go chat about from Florida and race teams al over this fine country of ours are busy working late in garages and shops from coast to coast. It is an exciting time to be a fan.
 
I have a couple of good chats for you today and will be back in the studio looking forward to getting more done today. I am going to do some running around again tomorrow but will be back in the studio after dinner time and hoping to load up.

Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page starting with a driver with big plans for the coming season. Matt Farnham talks about his championship season in a Sportsman at Ransomville, his move up to a 358 Modified for 2018 and tells me about his racing background starting in a kart at age six.  
 
Jeff Peebles tells me how he is healing after his crash in December, explains why he has not had much time to let it heal and contemplates his racing future. Get better soon Jeff!   
 
Tuesday, February 13th 2018
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Anthony Payne talks about his first indoor win ever and how he worked his way up from 24th.
Tyler Walker explains why he is down in North Carolina and talks about his Pa. plans for 2018.
Tony Veneziano runs down what happened in the five 410 Sprint Car races from Volusia in Florida.

We got lucky again on Monday and got more done that I expected so we are able to give you an extra voice track today. That bonus track is the one we showcase first today as we meet a first time indoor race winner who won in the first A-Main he qualified for. What a story huh? Listen to it and I know you’ll like it.
 
I’ll be off today as once again I have a bunch of non-racing stuff to do this afternoon before bowling tonight as we hope to bowl well and hold on to first place in the second half of our league. My 82 year old dad has been bowling very well and had a pair of 200+ games last week. Let’s hope our hot streak continues tonight.
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have on the Audio Page today beginning with a young man who just did something he had never done before. Anthony Payne talks about his first indoor win ever this past weekend in Albany, described how he worked his way up from 24th as well as how he went from 3rd to 1st on a late restart. Nice one here guys! 

Tyler Walker explains why he is down in North Carolina right now, thinks back on this past season and talks about his plans to run more in Pennsylvania this season. 

Tony Veneziano runs down what happened in the five 410 Sprint Car races from Volusia in Florida, examined the milestone win for a former champion as well as a first time WoO winner.   
 
Monday, February 12th 2018
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Matt Janczuk talks about his Utica Rome championship and his somewhat unsure plans for 2018.
Ernie Saxton recaps the weekend at Daytona, Albany and talks about taking it easy in retirement.
Brett Deyo describes his role at Georgetown Speedway and previews 2018 with the STSS.

I had a fun day as I watched the Clash from Daytona and got to see SU basketball get another win. After that I was able to get three new interviews done in the studio and that’s why you get an extra bonus clip today. And after I finish this I’m going to start the NHRA opener from Pomona. Ah…racing is almost all the way back.
 
Today I will be back in the studio and already have a few things lined up. I’ll be writing as well and will have lots of things to reference in Tuesday’s article. Out Modifieds hit the track at Volusia this week as well so there will be lots to talk about and analyze later.

Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page for today as we begin with a driver who has a benefit coming up soon. Matt Janczuk talks about his Utica Rome championship in a crate Sportsman, his somewhat unsure plans for 2018 and offers his thoughts on 358 Modifieds as a headliner. 

Ernie Saxton recaps the weekend at Daytona, the indoor races in Albany and talks about taking it easy in retirement. Nice one here as usual! 

Brett Deyo describes his role at Georgetown Speedway, runs down how things went at a recent practice and previews 2018 with the Short Track Super Series. For more go to www.bdmotorsportsmedia.com.   
 
     
 
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