New on the Audio Page for today:
Alan Fink runs down his plans for the season and tells me how his racecars look at the shop.
Brian Pessolano showed off a new Sportsman last weekend and talked about changes for 2017.
Bill Shea talks about the snow a Utica Rome Speedway and why the opener is now on April 23rd.
Pete Demitraszek talks about the Fonda Opener being pushed back as well as snowy Glen Ridge.
More news out today on how the snow is pushing back season starters here in the northeast as Utica Rome was the latest to do so on Thursday. There is still a lot of snow out there and as Bill Shea reminded us the next week is supposed to be rainy. The rain melts the snow obviously but makes the already saturated ground that much wetter.
We also have a pair of racers up from some local car shows as we get ready for the weekend. I still have some calls to make today and don’t forget Bridgeport and Delaware International are still a go for this weekend. Yay!
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page starting with some drivers who had their cars out for all to see these past few weeks. Alan Fink runs down his plans for the season and tells me how his racecars look at the shop as well as why they decided to give up the Late Model to concentrate on Sportsman.
Brian Pessolano showed off a new Sportsman last weekend and talked about changes for 2017 as well as how busy he has been during the off season.
Bill Shea talks about the 40 inches of snow that fell at Utica Rome Speedway, why the opener is now on April 23rd and encourages fans to sign up for the Kenny Wallace Dirt Racing Experience on May 13th.
Pete Demitraszek talks about the Fonda Opener being pushed back to April 15th, why Glen Ridge will open a week later on the 22nd and why the first four weeks at The Ridge will be so important.