New on the Audio Page for today:
Alan Rudalavage talks about racing tonight at Woodhull Raceway and leading the points at Penn Can.
Brian McDonald tells me how he's doing at Mohawk International & Cornwall and his recent victory.
It was a stormy day on Tuesday for a lot of us and as I type this up the weather for the most part has left our area. All we got in Central New York were a few rumbles of thunder and a little rain so we made out pretty well. I hope you all weathered the storm well too and we all hope the rain was much needed and stuck around rather than sink immediately into the ground. We needed it badly.
I have two nice conversations for you today as we are still getting the hang of things here and if any of you are Word 2016 experts please get ahold of me as I still lose stuff and then can’t find it. I’ll get it but it does make me a little crazy sometimes.
I will be back in the studio again today and will get in some golf this afternoon before hitting the studio afterwards. It should make for a nice mix of work and play before the busy weekend gets here.
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you today on the Audio Page starting with a driver who is hoping to do something he has never done before. Alan Rudalavage talks about racing tonight at Woodhull Raceway in the Short Track Super Series event leading the points at Penn Can and his hopes for his first ever track championship.
Brian McDonald tells me how he is doing at Mohawk International & Cornwall, his recent feature win and wonders if he might race his big block after the point races are complete.