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Monday, November 2nd 2015
    New on the Audio Page for today:

Kraig Kinser talks about his recent back surgery and his plans to race this weekend in Charlotte.
Tommy Sears talks about the work he is doing to get his Modified ready for the World Finals.

Another work week is upon us and so is the World Finals from Charlotte taking place this Thursday, Friday and Saturday. It will showcase the two World of Outlaws Series as well as our own DIRTcar Modifieds.

We have a scoop on that race today as we hear how Kraig Kinser is doing after his recent back surgery and the scoop is that he will be racing this weekend. We got lucky to be the first ones to report this and thanks to Kraig for disclosing it with us. And we hope you fell great this weekend and your back is not an issue as you climb behind the wheel of a racecar for the first time in months.

Also we visit with a local Modified racer to get his thoughts on this weekend as he visits Charlotte for the first time in several years.

I have a lot of calls out to many people and hope to hear back from them soon. If you’re going to race this weekend either in Charlotte or Penn Can or wherever please let me know and we’ll get you on to discuss it.

Now let’s chat more about what we have on the Audio Page starting with a story from Indiana. Kraig Kinser talks about his recent back surgery, how he is feeling several weeks later and his plans to race this weekend in Charlotte as well as later in Australia.  

Tommy Sears talks about the work he is doing to get his Modified ready for the World Finals while thinking back on his recent run at Syracuse.  

 
Sunday, November 1st 2015
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Ernie Saxton talks about the race at Talladega, the chase and how the TV ratings have been.
Tony Veneziano updates us on the World of Outlaws as they get ready for their season ender.

We hope you all had a great Halloween. We did as we did some trick or treating in the new neighborhood as well as the old one. It was an action packed night that ended early as both kids had sleepovers at friend’s houses.

We have a pair of new chats for you today and will be back in the studio today to get you more stuff for tomorrow. Already in the can and ready for tomorrow is a chat with Modified racer Tommy Sears as he gets his car ready for The World Finals. And we’ll see who else we get ahold of for today.

Now let’s chat more about what we have for you today on the Audio Page starting with a man who has become a good friend of mine through the years. Ernie Saxton talks about the interesting race at Talladega, how the chase influenced the finish and how poor the TV ratings have been in recent weeks.  

Tony Veneziano updates us on the World of Outlaws final race before Charlotte as they get ready for their season ender at The World Finals.  

 
Saturday, October 31st 2015
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Billy Pauch Jr. talks about today in Bridgeport, tomorrow at Grandview and next week in Charlotte.
Jeff Crambo explains how he got a Sportsman ride and looks ahead to today at Five Mile Point.

I got alot done on Friday knowing that I can not do much of anything today with the Halloween activities. A local shopping center has a nice event this afternoon and of course we’ll be trick or treating tonight with my two daughters. My wife usually stays and hands out candy while I hit the road. It is sure to be a lot of fun.

There is some racing today as Accord, Five Mile Point and Bridgeport all have shows on tap. And tomorrow Grandview runs as well so the season is not over yet and you need to get to the track while you still can.

And be sure to come by tomorrow as we’ll find out how Tommy Sears is coming along as he gets ready for Charlotte and we’ll get up to speed with the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series with our good friend Tony Veneziano.

But now let’s chat about what we have for you on the Audio Page for Halloween. Billy Pauch Jr. talks about today in Bridgeport, tomorrow at Grandview, next week in Charlotte as well as what he did to get another car after losing one at the Outlaw 200.  

Jeff Crambo explains how he got a Sportsman ride for Friday night, looks ahead to today at Five Mile Point and tells me why he is shutting his season down after today.  

 
Friday, October 30th 2015
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Dan Harpell previews National Quarter Mile Dirt Track Championship Weekend at Five Mile Point.
Steve Ovens talked with the top 3 Late Model finishers as well as the Go Nuclear champion.
Chris Bonoffski chats with Steve Ovens after winning the Four Cylinder feature at Black Rock.

We’re back with more today including our last chats from Steve Ovens at Black Rock’s last race of the year. We’re obviously ecstatic here at the new home studio to be where we are and to be in a house that we love. We’re still working on so much but still finding a little time to get in here and get some work done.

We’ll be done soon so be patient with us as we adjust to the new place and work to get the old one cleaned up so we can sell it.

We’re also very excited about the Kansas City Royals. Heck, I thought they were done in the first series when they were down 6-2 to Houston but somehow came back. I love the Mets and have since the Bud Harrelson days. I said all along if we had to lose to one team I would prefer the Mets as they could really use a championship for some inner city bragging rights.

Now let’s get away from baseball and chat about what we have for you on the Audio Page to listen to today. Dan Harpell previews National Quarter Mile Dirt Track Championship Weekend at Five Mile Point, reminds fans about next Saturday at Penn Can and the work being done to the track at Utica Rome.  

Steve Ovens talked with the top 3 Late Model finishers at Black Rock as well as the Go Nuclear champion for the 2015 season. In this clip are winner Bryce Davis, second place Jeremy Wonderling, third place Charlie Sandercock and champion Lee Gill.

Chris Bonoffski chats with Steve Ovens after winning the Four Cylinder feature at Black Rock and described an issue he had during the race.

 
Thursday, October 29th 2015
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

A.J. Kingsley talks about his tough night at Humberstone on the next Atomic Power Racing Hour.
C.J. Guererri speaks with Steve Ovens in victory lane after winning the Street Stock 100 in Dundee.
Gene Sharpsteen tells Steve about his 3rd place and Rich Marlatt spoke about finishing second.
Chris Bonoffski told Steve Ovens about his Enduro win and the engine issues he was having.

It was a cold and rainy day in Central New York on Wednesday as we continue to get used to our new digs while getting the old one ready for sale. There is still so much to do as we try to take a little chunk out of it every day.

I do have four new clips today and three of those are from our good friend Steve Ovens at Turn 5 Live who has bailed me out on many days. Thanks so much Steve.

We’ll be back in the studio today with hopes of chatting with some of the folks who will be racing this weekend. Don’t forget that Five Mile Point has their annual National Quarter Mile Dirt Track Championship weekend this Friday and Saturday. Plus Accord runs an eight division show on Saturday.

So make sure to get out for what could be the final races in New York State this season.

Now let’s chat more about what we have for you today on the Audio Page starting with a preview of sorts for our next TV show. A.J. Kingsley talks about his tough night at Humberstone which will be shown on the next Atomic Power Racing Hour as well as why he switched racecars for Weedsport.

C.J. Guererri speaks with Steve Ovens in victory lane after winning the Street Stock 100 at Black Rock Speedway after having a flat tire during the race.  

Gene Sharpsteen tells Steve about his going from 26th to 3rd place and Brett Marlatt spoke about finishing second after having a flat tire.  

Chris Bonoffski told Steve Ovens about his Enduro win, his second of the day at Black Rock and the engine issues he was having in the closing laps.

 
Wednesday, October 28th 2015
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Bill Shea talks about his first season at Utica Rome and hints at what he will be doing in 2016.
Chris Hile explained how his new chassis has been doing and his plans to head down to Charlotte.
Steve Ovens interviews the 14 drivers who made the redraw at in Street Stock 100 at Black Rock.

We’re finally back with new stuff after a big move this past weekend. It may only have been a half a mile as the crow flies but it was still a lot of work. And we still have a lot of work to do at the old house as we get that ready to sell.

It took a while to get the temporary studio built as we ran into some unforeseen problems but we are fully operational now and will be back for good now.

Now let’s talk about what we have from me on the Audio Page as well as some more good stuff from Steve Ovens from Turn 5 Live. Bill Shea talks about his first season at Utica Rome, describes some of what he learned along the way and hints at what he will be doing at the track in 2016. Yes, he is coming back!  

Chris Hile explained how his new chassis has been doing as he got ready to race this past weekend in Weedsport and his plans to head down to Charlotte next weekend.

Steve Ovens interviews the 14 drivers who made the redraw at in Street Stock 100 at Black Rock. This is a real good clip from Steve with some drivers we don’t hear from much.

 
Tuesday, October 27th 2015
   We are moved in but are so swamped with boxes and such. Alot of you who have moved can imagine what we are going through right now. No, we're not alone but just a little overwhelmed right now.

I have a few computer issues and am still trying to get the studio working. I have someone coming over today to help as I have a few issues not just with the studio but with some software too. We'll figure it out as we always do it just may take an extra day or two.

I was able however to write up a new article for Syracuse.com and the Syracuse Post Standard and that is out today. A big thanks goes out to everyone who helped over the weekend and to my family for dealing with me. I don't deal with change very well and get anxious about things I can't control. So being down like this is very upsettig to me.

Like I said though, I have help coming and may even be able to record some stuff today to put up tomorrow. I did get some interviews done on Friday although only a couple as I felt badly about being at a racetrack when friends were beraking their backs getting me moved.

Thanks for your patience and thanks for coming to this website for all these years now. Change is bound to happen and in the log run I'll be very well off. I just need to get over these last few hurdles.
 
     
 
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