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Thursday, December 14th 2017
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Kraig Kinser reviews his season with the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series as he finished eighth.
Denny Peebles talks about kart racing indoors, his 12 races in a Sprint and how his brother is doing.

The kids were happy on Wednesday as they got their first snow day of the year. It started as a two hour delay but quickly turned into a cancellation as we got around a foot of snow on top of what we got on Tuesday. I waited till it slowed down before dinner time and got out my 18 year old Airens to handle the job. And yes, it started right up.
 
I have a pair of interviews for you today from the winged world as we visit with a couple of Sprint Car drivers and give you a Season in Review as well. I will be back at it again today with hopes of getting a lot done. Then I have some running around to do later tonight as we’ll go and see some friends at a local bowling alley.
 
Now let’s tell you more about what we have on the Audio Page as winter has finally arrived in New York State. Kraig Kinser reviews his season with the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series as he finished 8th in points and tells me who took him to the races when he was young as well as his mid season victory.  
 
Denny Peebles talks about kart racing indoors at the NYS Fairgrounds, his 12 races in a Sprint Car in 2017 and how his brother is doing after his crash. Glad you are doing better Jeff!   
 
Wednesday, December 13th 2017
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Jessica Power reviews her one win season in 2017 and tells me some life skills racing has taught her.
Bailey Groves talks about the trouble they had this past season a late season change in racecars.

We’re back on a snowy Wednesday with a pair of Season in Review chats with lady Sportsman racers who call Central New York home. One is winning races and making quite a name for herself while the other is in college and just getting her Sportsman career established. They are both really good so give them a listen.
 
After a day off from the website I am going to be back at it today and will be back in the studio. As of now I have nothing planned and am hoping to hear from you at doug@dougsdirtdiary.com with some suggestions on who I should chat with.
 
Now let’s talk more about what we have for you to listen to on the Audio Page as we visit with a pair of racers in the popular Sportsman division. Jessica Power reviews her one win season in 2017 and tells me some life skills racing has taught her as well as how strong the Sportsman division is in Central New York. 

Bailey Groves talks about the trouble they had this past season after an incident at Brewerton Speedway, how much that one tumble did to the car and how a late season change in racecars helped.   
 
Tuesday, December 12th 2017
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Tony Veneziano reports on Sprint Car racing from New Zealand and some news from PRI.
Kip Zeiter talks about Steve Post and his appearance this Saturday at the IMRRC in Watkins Glen.
 
Snow is here and the kids are hoping it is enough to give them a Tuesday off. I’m not so sure about that but it appears winter is going to tighten her grip on us this week. We knew it was going to happen eventually so there is no choice but to ride it out.
 
I hope you’re doing alright today and hopefully your morning commute was a smooth one as it is amazing how man accidents we see in this early season snow. I know all you dirt trackers will be fine out there but be smart. Don’t go pulling on the e-brake to do 180 turns just yet alright?
 
Tomorrow be sure to come back as we give you a couple of Season in Review interviews with a pair of lady Sportsman racers. They are both good and come at things from two totally different perspectives so I hope you like them.
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page for today starting with some items from this past weekend in Indy. Tony Veneziano reports on Sprint Car racing from New Zealand and some news from PRI concerning Kyle Larson, Ryan Newman and much more. 

Kip Zeiter talks about Steve Post and his appearance this Saturday at 1 p.m. across the street at the elementary school from the International Motor Racing Research Center in Watkins Glen. Go to www.racingarchives.org for more.   
 
Monday, December 11th 2017
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Rocky Warner reviews his 25 win season and looks ahead to 358’s and big blocks for next season.
Jack Patrick offers his thoughts on crate engines in Small Block Supers at Oswego Speedway for 2018.

Another work week is here and it could be a snowy one as winter may finally be here. I know some of you have had a pretty good amount as we saw in the Buffalo Bills game on Sunday. My hats off to the fans who stuck it out till the end. I’m sure there were more than a few long, hot showers taken in the Buffalo area last night.
 
I got a lot done on Sunday and am a day ahead as I like to be at this time of the year. I have a couple of chats set up for after dinner tonight and will be heading to see a friend tomorrow to go over the footage I shot from the NYS Indoor Championship and figure out how to put that into a short video that I hope to have completed before the end of the year.

Now let’s chat more about what is on the Audio Page for today starting with a Season in Review with a driver who is on the way up! Rocky Warner reviews his 25 win season in a crate Sportsman, wonders why he fell off a little late in the year and looks ahead to full season in 358’s and big blocks in 2018. 

Jack Patrick offers his thoughts on crate engines in Small Block Supers at Oswego Speedway for 2018, explains why he won’t be the first to make the switch and why he thinks it will be good in the long run.   
 
Sunday, December 10th 2017
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Mike Maresca talks about his 2017 Modified race season that included racing a three tracks weekly.
J.J. Andrews offers his take on Oswego Speedway’s announcement regarding crate engines in 2018.

I had a good Saturday as I got a lot done and am now a day ahead with interviews which is where I like to be at this time of the year just in case something happens. I’ll be back tomorrow with two more chats so be sure to stop by as we get closer to the holiday season.
 
After watching some hoops I got busy in the studio and will be doing so today as Sunday is usually a good day to try to hunt down racers. I have an easy week coming up and will get serious on the first project and map that out with hopes of getting it done before the year is finished.
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page starting out with a young racer who is making quite a name for himself in the business. Mike Maresca talks about his 2017 Modified race season that included racing a three tracks weekly, how he did last weekend indoors and looks ahead to the Tulsa Shootout in three weeks.  
 
J.J. Andrews offers his take on Oswego Speedway’s announcement regarding crate engines in Small Block Supers for 2018 and explains why he thinks the move will work in the long run.   
 
Saturday, December 9th 2017
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A.J. Kingsley talked about his ten race season and how he is feeling after losing a lot of weight.
Craig Pritchard described what it was like getting back behind the wheel after 15 years off.

We’re back on a Saturday with a couple of nice conversations for you today as we enjoy the first day of the weekend. I got a lot done and was able to set some things up for today and tomorrow so we’re cruising along here just fine.
 
I’ll be in the studio this afternoon and will watch the SU game later as I usually prefer watching them on the DVR so I can fast forward through commercials and halftime. You just have to stay off Facebook till you watch it as you’ll surely find out lots of stuff about the game if you don’t and I like to go into them cold.
 
Hope all of you who are at the PRI show in Indy are having a great time. I really need to get out to that show once in my life but with kids to get on busses and all it is tough. One of these days though I will have to find a way and do it.
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page starting with a man who looks a lot different than he did six months ago…and in a really good way too! A.J. Kingsley talked about his ten race season and how he is feeling after losing a lot of weight and some upgrading they are doing to their Late Model for 2018. 

Craig Pritchard described what it was like getting back behind the wheel after 15 years off, how long it took him to get the feel for it again and a nagging issue they had to start the season.   
 
Friday, December 8th 2017
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Kevan Cook recalled how he won the Late Championship at Fulton with a win on the last night.
Nick Guererri talked about his one win season, how tough Sportsman are and Weedsport struggles.

Snow is here but fortunately north of us where it can stay for a while as far as I’m concerned. I see big amounts up north and know a lot of you will be getting those snowmobiles out fast so be careful boys and girls.

I got a lot done on Thursday and ended the day with Allie’s concert at the high school. These young people played beautifully and it is amazing to watch her and her friends grow up into fine young men and women. There is a lot to be proud about with her ninth grade classmates. Well done.
 
We have a pair of Season in Reviews for you today as I was able to sneak those in before the concert. Today I’ll be trying to get a lot done and as always am looking for suggestions from you. Send them to me and I’ll be sure to get the done for you.
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you today on the Audio Page as we look back at the 2017 race season. Kevan Cook recalled how he won the Late Championship at Fulton with a win on the last night, how cool it was to win a race at Brewerton and the need to get better on the slick.

Nick Guererri talked about his one win season at four different racetracks, how tough Sportsman racing is today and his Weedsport struggles.  
 
     
 
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