New on the Audio Page for today:
Mike Colsten talks about his one win season, why he switched chassis and how he did afterwards.
Rob Keller tells me what he has been doing since his retirement and the IMCA Modified he’s selling.
It was a busy day on Monday as I wrote up a Chili Bowl preview for the Syracuse Media Group and did some interviews here in the home studio. It was a productive day and since it was so productive you’ll get an extra interview on Wednesday. Yay!
Tonight is the first race day of this year’s Chili Bowl as many of the best racers in the country begin the long week in Oklahoma. Plus tonight they have their Race of Champions with $6,363,63 going to the winner. It is to honor the memory of Bryan Clauson and of course his number was 63.
I will be off today as usual for bowling and of course some online racing later tonight. My usual racing buddy is out of town for this week on a trucking run so if any of you would like to swing by and check it out please message me. And of course we’ll be watching the Chili Bowl Saturday night.
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you today on the Audio Page starting with a season in review with a driver who is not supposed to be with us anymore according to his doctors. Mike Colsten talks about his season that included a win at Five Mile Point, why he switched chassis during the season and how he did afterwards.
Rob Keller tells me what he has been doing since his retirement from racing after the 2014 season, how tough it was that first season and the IMCA Modified he’s finally selling. I wondered if he might come back!