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Friday, November 8th 2019
   New on the Audio Page for today:

Aleia Geisler explains how we can help her get on page on a racing calendar by voting for her online.
Tony Markou told me how he got back into racing this season and almost won at Super DIRT Week.
Tim Evans talks Schaeffer Racing Oil and invites you to see him at the NE Racing Products Show.

Well it finally happened as we knew it would eventually. While a lot of our friends are down south this weekend we’re up here for the first snow of the year. Luckily the plows were ready with the salt and the ride home and around town was an easy one. Thanks!

I had a lot of running around to do and still found time to record three new interviews. And we’ll be going again today with a few set up already. It’s going to be a fun weekend too as I have a few fun things planned. Hope you’re doing well and we’re wishing all of you the best as some of you got some serious snow on Thursday.

Now let’s chat more about what is new on the Audio Page for today starting with a call out to help a local racer. Aleia Geisler explains how we can help her get on page on a racing calendar by voting for her online, talks about why she got off to a slow start with her Modified at Five Mile Point and what they are working on at the shop. Click on her racing page on Facebook, hit the link and vote.

Tony Markou told me how he got back into racing this season after more than twenty years off and almost won the Pro Stock race at Super DIRT Week and later at Utica Rome Speedway. Tony Mark-who? 

Tim Evans talks about Schaeffer Racing Oil for your race team, the reasons he feels it is the best product on the market and invites you to see him at the NE Racing Products Show in two weeks.  

 
Thursday, November 7th 2019
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Chad Homan tells me about his 13 win season and his presence at the NE Racing Products Show.
Josh Verne Jr. talked about his championship at Evans Mills and how he liked racing on the dirt.
Jennifer Jankowski Martin described some work being done at Ransomville and hints at 2020.

Man, I hope you guys are ready as it sounds like some winter weather could be coming our way today. I got the snowblower out of the shed and it sits ready if needed. We all knew this would happen eventually so we’ll do the best we can to not let it mess up our day and still have some fun. Best of luck guys and gals.

More good stuff today and tomorrow you’ll meet they guy who had everyone at Super DIRT Week saying, Who?” And we’ll have lots more up as well so be sure to stop back.

Charlotte and Bridgeport have the focus of the racing community on them as champions will be crowned for the WoO Sprints and Late Models as well as our own DIRTcar Modifieds. And they’ll say goodbye to the big 5/8 mile track at Bridgeport with three days of action starting tomorrow.

Now let’s chat about what we have for you today on the Audio Page as we look ahead to a big event coming in just two weeks. Chad Homan tells me about his 13 win season in a Crate Late Model, how well things went in his last few races and his presence at the NE Racing Products Show in the Lazer Chassis Booth.

Josh Verne Jr. talked about his championship at Evans Mills on the asphalt, how much he liked racing on the dirt at Can Am at the end of the season and wonders if he’ll be able to move up for 2020. 

Jennifer Jankowski Martin described some work being done at Ransomville Speedway right now and explains how much will be done on the schedule over the next 30 days. Nice! 
 
Wednesday, November 6th 2019
   New on the Audio Page for today:

Michael Parent reviewed his 2020 season in a 358 Modified as he raced at Granby and Le RPM.
Luke Horning talks about his Pro Stock victory at Charlotte which set a new career high at 18 wins.
Danny Serrano previewed the big three day finale of the 5/8th mile track at Bridgeport Speedway.

I had a nice day off on Tuesday as I continue to work on things here at the house that will bode well for me in the future. So far so good as we continue to work hard and hopefully all will be well.

I’m back in the studio today and am already ahead by a day. I’ll try to catch some teams before this weekend and of course keep on the Season in Review interviews. The feedback I have received has been positive so we’ll keep moving forward with a smile on my face.

Now let’s chat more about what’s on the Audio Page as we begin with a Season in Review for you guys and gals. Michael Parent reviewed his 2020 season in a 358 Modified as he raced at both Granby and Le RPM, explains why he switched classes a few years ago and remembered the two times he was hurt in a racecar.

Luke Horning talks about his Pro Stock victory at Charlotte which set a new career high at 18 wins, explained how he held off a veteran racer in the feature and wonders about suspensions for 2020.   

Danny Serrano previewed the big three day finale of the 5/8th mile track at Bridgeport Speedway, explains what is happening on each day as well as the big work that begins this Monday.  

 
Tuesday, November 5th 2019
   New on the Audio Page for today:

Billy Pauch Jr. recapped his two race weekend at Georgetown Speedway that included a feature win.
Tony Veneziano previews the World of Outlaws Sprint Cars as they wrap things up in Charlotte.
Paul Szmal offers his take on Roger Penske’s purchase of IndyCar and Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

I was really, really busy on Monday as I got a lot done in the studio. So for the next three days you’ll be getting at least three new chats per day and maybe more as we see how the rest of the week goes.’

Tow big shows this weekend are on tap as The Dirt Track at Charlotte welcomes the WoO Sprints, the WoO Late Models and our own DIRTcar Modifieds. It is sure to be quite the show and the points battles wide open in the Sprints and Modifieds there will be more than enough drama for the fans and teams.

And Bridgeport Speedway in New Jersey will say goodbye to their famous 5/8 mile track with a three day season finale. We’ll have more on that tomorrow.

We’ll be start out today on the Audio Page with a chat with a driver who will be heading to Charlotte this weekend with a win fresh under his belt. Billy Pauch Jr. recapped his weekend at Georgetown Speedway that included a feature win on Friday, a DNF on Saturday and looks ahead to racing in Charlotte this coming weekend. 

Tony Veneziano previews the World of Outlaws Sprint Cars as they run their final races of the season this weekend in Charlotte and gives us some early silly season news as well.    

Paul Szmal offers his take on Roger Penske’s purchase of IndyCar and Indianapolis Motor Speedway while speculating on where he may take the sport & the track.  

 
Monday, November 4th 2019
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

David Marcuccilli reviewed his 2 win season in 2019 and talked about the need for a sponsor for 2020.
Joey Ladouceur remembered his season as he raced weekly at Cornwall and occasionally at MIR.

It was a cold one on Sunday as I did a bunch of running around, watched my favorite football team win on a last second field goal and then got to work in the studio. Two of the three chats I had are up today and I have a whole bunch of things set up for today.

We got into Season in Review chats today as I am pretty happy with the six questions we do and the places it takes me after I get the answers. I hope you like them too and if you have a suggestion please pass it on and I’ll do my best to get it done for you.

Now let’s chat more about what we have for you to listen to on the Audio Page as we look back at the season that was. David Marcuccilli reviewed his 2 win season in 2019, how surprised he was to win a DIRTcar 358 Series race and talked about the need for a title sponsor for 2020. Wishing you all the best David! 

Joey Ladouceur remembered his 2020 season as he raced weekly at Cornwall and occasionally at MIR, told me about his best race of the season and the one time he really should have paid attention to that big red light! Did I say big?  
 
Sunday, November 3rd 2019
    New on the Audio Page for today:

Ryan Susice talks about his two win season and how things went in our first Season in Review.
Gary Palone sets the record straight on next season at Paradise Speedway as well as some changes.

We are back today with more good stuff as we begin our Season in Review interviews and look towards the future at one of my all tie favorite short tracks. We will be back at it again today and we hope to able to track down some of the people who raced this past weekend.

Both my kids had sleepovers so the wife and I were able to do a few things without having to run the kids around as it seems we have been doing ever since school started. I’d like to tell you that we painted the town red and had a wild time but I can’t lie to you. But it was nice.

Now let’s chat more about what is new for today on the Audio Page starting with a look back at the season that was with a Western New York Modified racer with 24 years behind the wheel. Ryan Susice talks about his two win season and how things went in our first Season in Review. He also talks about the track he loves the most, remembers one expensive weekend and remembers racing at age five. 

Gary Palone sets the record straight on next season at Paradise Speedway while taking a break from winterizing the track on Saturday and talks about some changes as well as his big plans for Labor Day Weekend. So now you know!  

 
Saturday, November 2nd 2019
    New on the Audio Page for today:

In my latest Doug’s Thoughts I ask for help on my 6 questions and talk NASCAR versus Formula 1.

On Friday I got started on something I have been urged to do for a long time by many, many people. I have more on that later as we get going and hopefully will remember Friday as a turning point for many reasons. No pats on the back yet though but still, “Yay!”

I’ll be starting Season in Review interviews this weekend and of course we’ll be chatting with some of the winners from this weekend starting tomorrow. But I need your help as I am stumped on the sixth of my six questions. You guys look forward to these and in the past I have gotten some great suggestions from you so please send me an email to doug@dougsdirtdiary.com or message me on Facebook.

Now let’s go into more detail on what is on the Audio Page as we ask for help and explore my ADHD brain and what it thinks about this weekend’s two big races in North America. In my latest Doug’s Thoughts I ask for help on the 6 questions for my Season in Review interviews which I will be starting today, tell you what big time racing now has in common with professional wrestling and talk NASCAR & Formula 1 both racing in Texas this weekend as well as which race more fans will be watching. Hint: It’s not even close!  

 
     
 
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