New on the Audio Page for today:
Nick Stone talks about his ten win season, his fabrication business and his 2017 race plans.
Wade Chrisman describes his season at Fulton, his new car and why he cut his season short.
I had another real good day on Saturday as I got alot of interviews done in the studio and as I write this up I am going to watch the SU basketball game on the dvr. I know I am just being superstitious but they seem to do better when I don’t watch. We’ll see if that trend continues.
I will be back hard at work today and will be looking for anyone you’d like to hear from. I’ll have a request up tomorrow and hope to et a few more done today. So either send me a message on Facebook or to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also today I will be sure to check out the end of the Rolex 24 from Daytona. And of course after that we’ll dig out the old Grand Turismo 6 game and turn a few laps at the Daytona road course. It has always been one of my favorites especially the chicane on the backstretch. Hit that right and you’ll be fast. Hit it wrong and you will have to hit the reset button.
Now let’s chat more about what we have on the Audio Page as we begin with one of the northeast’s best stock car racers. Nick Stone talks about his ten win season that saw him victorious at five different tracks, his fabrication business and his 2017 race plan that will a change in Friday’s home.
Wade Chrisman describes his season in a crate Sportsman at Fulton, why he had to get a new car and why he cut his season short in 2016. Nice to have you over Wade let’s do it again soon!