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Wednesday, January 20th 2016
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Pete Demitraszek talks about his new role as promoter at Fonda and his hopes for the 2016 season.
Joe Trenca reviews his season in 360 & 410 Sprints as well as his plans to race more 410’s in 2016.

I hope you all survived the snow alright as we had some real winter weather these past few days. Sounds like today will be a little quieter and we should be able to put the shovels away for a few days…we hope.

I took yesterday off to bowl and race on line as I usually do on Tuesdays. It’s a great way to recharge the batteries and I have been enjoying both activities a lot as Tuesday is fast becoming my favorite day of the week.

I’ll be back in the studio today so look for more good stuff tomorrow as we get closer and closer to some big events and eventually we’ll all be going to races every weekend. Until then, we’ll do the best we can to keep you pumped up about what is to come.

Now let’s chat more about what we have for you to listen to on the Audio Page starting with a big change at a storied racetrack. Pete Demitraszek talks about his new role as promoter at Fonda, his continuing role at Glen Ridge and his hopes for the 2016 season for both tracks.   

Joe Trenca reviews his season in 360 & 410 Sprints, how close he came to winning his first Sprint Car A-Main as well as his plans to race more 410’s in 2016.

 
Tuesday, January 19th 2016
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Dan Harpell talks about the coming season at Penn Can, Five Mile Point and Utica Rome Speedways.
Jim Bogett tells me about the new Mod Lites he is selling and looks ahead to the 2016 race season.

It was quite the snowy day in Central New York as the lake effect band set up shop right over our house for a good part of the day. It was white out conditions for a while and it kept all of us busy removing snow and wondering how much would fall. As of six p.m. on Monday we had about 8 inches or so with more expected. Fun huh?

I did some work in the studio after dealing with what Mother Nature left behind and that chat as well as another one from Sunday will be up tomorrow.

As for dad, he is doing well and walking much better already than he was before his hip replacement. And he is only two weeks out. We are very encouraged and thank all of you for your prayers and good thoughts. Thank you!

Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page starting with news from the Southern Tier and Northern Pennsylvania. Dan Harpell talks about the coming season at Penn Can, Five Mile Point and Utica Rome Speedways while discussing some changes at his Friday & Saturday tracks as well as the upcoming Southern Tier Speedworld.  

Jim Bogett tells me about the new Mod Lites he is selling, runs down what is different for the new model and looks ahead to the 2016 race season.  

 
Monday, January 18th 2016
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Gordy Button talks about his hopes to mentor a young driver and maybe be part of a 2 car team.
Cory Gurney runs down his plans for 2016, tells me how things went last year and his background.

Another week is upon us and for a lot of folks it will begin with a day off. My wife and kids are off today as are most schools and government offices. I hope if you don’t have the day off you still have a great day and get your week off to a super start.

We have a pair of conversations up today and will be back every day this week with lots more as I was able to get a lot done last weekend. Plus I have some things already set up for today so it should be a great week here as we hope to get a lot of information out on the coming season while looking back at what was in 2015.

First though on the Audio Page we chat with a driver who is hoping to be part of something bigger than himself this coming season. Gordy Button talks about his hopes to mentor a young driver, maybe be part of a 2 car team and explains what he could bring to a less experienced team.  

Cory Gurney runs down his plans for 2016 as part of a two car team, tells me how things went last year and his background that started at a very early age with a legendary racer.  

 
Sunday, January 17th 2016
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Chad Miller reviews his 2015 season that saw him drive 305 & 360 Sprints as well as Sportsman.
Jimmy Phelps previews the coming season in Weedsport that features both World of Outlaws.

I got a lot done on Saturday as we recorded three interviews in the studio and have hopes to get at least that many done today. A friend and his dad stopped by earlier to see the place and hopefully they’ll be by again soon to do some racing on my system upstairs in the lair/studio. Thanks guys for stopping by!!!

So now I will watch KC and New England as I root for my Chiefs to pull off the upset. One way or another it was a great season for us Kansas City fans as we won a World Series and had an 11 game win streak in the NFL after a 1-5 start. No matter what happens, I’m happy and smiling.

Now let’s chat more about what we have for you today on the Audio Page starting out with a Season in Review. Chad Miller reviews his 2015 season that saw him drive 305 & 360 Sprints as well as Sportsman, his early days without a cage and his plans to follow the ESS in 2016.  

Jimmy Phelps previews the coming season in Weedsport that features both World of Outlaw’s series, 9 Sportsman shows as well as his own racing efforts for 2016.

 
Saturday, January 16th 2016
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Chris Stockham talks about his tough luck night at the Chili Bowl and what went wrong in his heat.
Tommy Denton recalls his season running a Pro Stock at Fonda and all the changes with that move.

We had a nice day on Friday as dad got back from the rehab place after his hip replacement surgery. He is doing very well and continues to improve daily. It’s nice to see him home again and hopefully on his way to a full recovery.

I did some work in the studio while keeping a close eye on dad and hope to go hog wild in the studio today and tomorrow. And we’ll be watching the Chili Bowl live tonight on MAV-TV as well. Yep, the off season is over.

Now let’s chat more about what we have on the Audio Page for you today starting with a driver who is in Oklahoma right now. Chris Stockham talks about his tough luck night at the Chili Bowl, what went wrong in his heat and wonders if he might be able to still get on the track one more time.  

Tommy Denton recalls his season running a Pro Stock at Fonda, all the changes associated with that move and how much better he got as the season progressed.  

 
Friday, January 15th 2016
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Joe Skotnicki previews the Race of Champions Series for 2016 on both asphalt and dirt tracks.
Mike Walton talks about his shock seminars this weekend, at Motorsports and at his race shop.

We’re back here today with more good stuff as we look ahead to the 2016 season and find out how you racers and educated fans can learn more about shocks. Both of these are really good and I know you’ll like them.

We’re doing well here today and will go to pick dad up from the physical rehab place later this morning. He still has a long way to go with his new hip but hopefully this will get him back to being as active as he needs to be. It’s a great thing!

Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page starting out with some news from a friend I have known and worked with for many years. Joe Skotnicki previews the Race of Champions Series for 2016 on both asphalt and dirt tracks, runs down some new venues as well as some changes for the coming year.  

Mike Walton talks about his shock seminars this weekend at the Bicknell Open House, next weekend at Motorsports and at his race shop in March 13th.  

 
Thursday, January 14th 2016
   

New on the Audio Page for today:


Randy Williamson invites racers to Bicknell’s Open House and reminds them about next weekend.


What a day it was on Wednesday as a foot of Lake Effect Snow hit our area and cancelled school and other events. It started in the early morning and did not get done until after lunch time. It was nice to get some extra time with my girls but it messed up my whole day as well.


I tried hustling at the end of the day but was only able to get you one new interview for today. I’ll be hard at work today trying to better that. And if any of you in the Liverpool area have a snow plow business, I have a quick job for you. Please message me on facebook or at doug@dougsdirtdiary.com.


Now let’s chat more about what we have for you to listen to today on the Audio Page as we get closer to a busy weekend. Randy Williamson invites racers to Bicknell’s Open House this Saturday and reminds them about next weekend’s presence at Motorsports 2016.  


 
     
 
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