| New on the Audio Page for today:
Ken Titus talks about his season at I-88 Speedway and talked about his best run of the year.
Torrey Stoughtenger showed off his new look in Auburn and talked about Motorsports Expo.
Dean Catlin updated us on Skyline Raceway and how the move to Friday nights is received.
Karl Spoonhower thought back on last season at Thunder Mountain and looked ahead to 2017.
James Eggleston tells me what he was doing at the mall show and his plans to do video in 2017.
What a windy day it was for a lot of us on Wednesday. I got my work done nice and early as I was worried that the power would go out. Actually my youngest said the power went off at her school so we hope all of you are okay and doing well today.
Motorsports Expo 2017 is this weekend inside the Center of Progress Building at the New York State Fairgrounds and I will be there tomorrow for the set up and both days this weekend chatting with as many people as I can. For more information go to www.gatermews.com.
Also Can Am put together a schedule for 2017 and did so on Wednesday. Opening day will be on May 6th and the track will run as an independent. For schedules see Taylor Caprara, the Harley riding man, this weekend at the show and he’ll have them for you. Good news for all of you up north to say the least!
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page starting with some chats from the mall shows I went to last weekend. Ken Titus talks about his season at I-88 Speedway and talked about his best run of the year and evaluated his effort as well as how a fuel issue set them back early.
Torrey Stoughtenger showed off his new look on his Sportsman in Auburn at Fingerlakes Speedworld and talked about showing it off again this weekend at Motorsports Expo. Nice!
Dean Catlin updated us on Skyline Raceway as he met racefans at Southern Tier Speedworld, how the move to Friday nights is received and highlighted some dates for 2017.
Karl Spoonhower thought back on last season at Thunder Mountain and looked ahead to some changes for 2017 while reflecting on when he first built the track.
James Eggleston tells me what he was doing at the mall show with a camera and a microphone, why he likes local racing so much and his plans to do race videos in 2017.