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Gary Rowe of M.R. Gaebel, Inc.
Gates-Cole Associates SUNY Canton Automotive Technology program
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Friday, November 1st 2013
   New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Billy Pauch Jr. talked about the 305 Sprint Car he will drive tonight and his late season plans.
Claude Hutchings Jr. told me what he needs to do to win the ROC Sportsman title later tonight.
Eddie White explains what he needs to do to try to win the ROC Sportsman title from 2nd place.
 
Well let’s all hope for a dry day today as Five Mile Point Speedway has two days of action set to start tonight with ROC Sportsman and 305 Sprints on the card. And to get you ready for that we have three drivers who will be there tonight.
 
After a day off yesterday for Halloween, we’ll be back in the studio today and may even begin our Season in Review interviews. I am still going through the questions and will announce the winner maybe later today on facebook. So if you have no friended me yet, please do so.
 
Now let’s chat more about the new stuff we have on the Audio Page for you to listen to today. Billy Pauch Jr. talked about the 305 Sprint Car he will drive tonight and his late season plans. He told me how this opportunity came about, why he felt he may have served too many masters this past season and some changes in his area. 
 
Claude Hutchings Jr. told me what he needs to do to win the ROC Sportsman title later tonight. He talked about the last time he raced at Five Mile Point Speedway, how important it to pace yourself in a 100 lapper and what they will do after this weekend to get ready for 2014. 
 
Eddie White explains what he needs to do to try to win the ROC Sportsman title from 2nd place. He talked about the keys to this 100 lap feature, how aggressive he needs to be to make up 30 points and wonders about getting a crate for some of these big late season specials. 

 
Thursday, October 31st 2013
   New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Mike Butler talks about his season at New Egypt and his hopes for Five Mile Point on Friday.
Darryl Ruggles gets ready for his first ever trip to Five Mile Point and talks about 305 Sprints.
 
Halloween is here and I hope you’re ready. We stocked up on candy last night and I will hit the streets with my daughters tonight. We live in a housing development with a lot of kids so it is always a fun night. Camille will be home to hand out the candy.
 
On the site today I have two more conversations and more tomorrow will help promote what is happening this weekend at Five Mile Point as they finish out their season with National Quarter Mile Dirt Track Championship Weekend.
 
Action is set for Friday and Saturday so check the radar and get your butts down to Kirkwood, New York. And don’t forget about the swap meet taking place earlier in the day on Saturday so you can buy or sell and get a jump on the 2014 season.
 
Of course we’ll be back tomorrow with more as I am taking today off. I’ll have a driver going for a championship and another who wondered if he did too many different things this year. Come back to see who we have.
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you to listen to on the Audio Page for today. Mike Butler talks about his season at New Egypt and his hopes for Five Mile Point on Friday. He told me what he did the last time he went to Kirkwood, how nice it was to pick up a first time win for his car owner and wonders if this might be his final race of the season. 
 
Darryl Ruggles gets ready for his first ever trip to Five Mile Point and talks about 305 Sprints. He told me how he picked up some information on the track, how he did the last time out and his hopes to eventually move up to a 360 with his daughter in the future. 

 
Wednesday, October 30th 2013
   New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Mike Wilmot told me how he made a pass for the lead in the final corner to win at Black Rock.
Dale Caswell explained how he went from 4th to 1st in one lap in the “craziest race he’s even seen.”
 
We’re back today with a pair of racers who each won on the final lap this past weekend at Black Rock Speedway. It sounds like it was quite a finish to a long day of action in Dundee. And well worth the wait!
 
And we’ll be back tomorrow with folks who are racing this weekend but we would love to add some more to the conversation so if you are racing still in 2014, give me a call or send me a message either on facebook or at doug@dougsdirtdiary.com.
 
Don’t forget tomorrow is Halloween and I need to get out and get candy. Of course I always save a few extra bags until the end and make sure it is the candy I like. So if we do have leftovers…well you know.
 
Now let’s chat more about what is new for today on the Audio Page. I begin with one of the big winners from last weekend. Mike Wilmot told me how he made a pass for the lead in the final corner to win at Black Rock. He talked about how it felt to win his first in Dundee, how strong the Empire Series is and what he needs to do this weekend at Five Mile Point to win the championship. 
 
Dale Caswell explained how he went from 4th to 1st in one lap in the “craziest race he’s even seen.” He talked about the three things that had to happen for him to get the win, why he was having trouble seeing and why he may scale back his efforts in 2014.

 
Tuesday, October 29th 2013
   Tuesday, Oct 29 2013
 
New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Andrew Harpell previews the big weekend at Five Mile Point as they close out their 2013 season.
Danny Creeden remembers his races at Orange County and the birth of his daughter on Wednesday.
 
I got a lot done on Monday and have a lot set up for later in the week as the 2013 winds down. Of course Five Mile Point Speedway will have the focus of the dirt community on it this weekend with racing on both Friday and Saturday.
 
It will be a big National Quarter Mile Dirt Track Championship Weekend as three ROC titles are up for grabs in the Street Stock, Sportsman and Modified ranks. The Sportsman go on Friday while the stock cars and Mods go on Saturday. And don’t’ forget they have a swap meet in the parking lot Saturday morning so it would be a good opportunity to pick up or unload some parts.
 
Check the Syracuse Post Standard today for my article on the weekend that was and go to www.syracuse.com/motorsports of you are outside our area.
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you today on the Audio Page. I begin with a look ahead. Andrew Harpell previews the big weekend at Five Mile Point as they close out their 2013 season. He talked about the three ROC Championships that will be decided this weekend, reminds drivers about the two guaranteed spots on the line in the non-qualifiers races to start the day on Saturday and looks ahead to some big dates in 2014 that are already out. 
 
Danny Creeden remembers his weekend at Orange County and the birth of his daughter on Wednesday. He talked about some issues he had on the track with flat tires, how nice it was to get congratulations and why he will not be racing this weekend. Yeah, I don’t blame him at all. 

 
Monday, October 28th 2013
   New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Bob Henry Jr. told me how he came from last to first to win at Black Rock with a last lap pass.
Chris Fleming talked about his 2nd place at Black Rock and his Eastern Regional Championship. 
 
We’re back to get your work week started with some news from the Black Rock Speedway where it was clearly worth it to stick around until the end as last lap drama was the rule not the exception.
 
Bob Henry Jr. made a last lap pass for the win as did Mike Wilmot in the IMCA and Dale Caswell in the Late Model race as he went from 3rd to 1st in the final corner. Plus there was a photo finish in the Four Cylinder feature with Rick Horton getting the win there.
 
We’ll try today to get ahold of the folks who won as well as some action from Eastern States as well. But we do have two good ones for you today and many more we are working on for this week. And we’ll be doing our six questions for the Season in Review interviews soon and giving out t-shirts to those who suggest questions we use. So send me your thoughts at doug@dougsdirtdiary.com.
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have to listen to on the Audio Page for today. Bob Henry Jr. told me how he came from last to first to win at Black Rock with a last lap pass. He explained how he came to be at the back after a spin on lap 7, the line he found that worked for the rest of the race and how much this victory means to him personally. 
 
Chris Fleming talked about his 2nd place at Black Rock and his Eastern Regional Championship. He explained how he lost the lead in the final corner, what he has to do this week at Five Mile Point to win the Empire Series and how much he is looking forward to going to Nebraska for the IMCA banquet. Nice! 

 
Sunday, October 27th 2013
   New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Lance Yonge thinks about his future in racing at age 50 and runs down the options he has.
Megan Allen talks about her 600 Micro Sprint championship at Paradise and her trip to Pennsylvania. 
 
It was a busy day between Halloween parties and get togethers with the kids but a fun day here on a rainy one here in Central New York. As I type this, I am ready to go see the kids as the YMCA as they are having a bash there. It should be a great time and maybe I’ll be able to get in some exercises along the way.
 
I have two nice ones for you today with a pair of drivers at different ends of their career. One has a bright future ahead of her, not just in racing but in life in general while the other is in the boat that a lot of racers get in after 30 years. I hope you enjoy then both although I did joke that I felt like Doctor Phil in the one with Lance Yonge. But it is not an easy decision.
 
Now let’s talk in more detail about what we have on the Audio Page for today. Lance Yonge thinks about his future in racing at age 50 and runs down the options he has. He told me why the weekly grind is tough to maintain once your kids get older, talks about the financial realties of racing and how a few hard crashes got him thinking as well.
 
Megan Allen talks about her 600 Micro Sprint championship at Paradise and her trip to Pennsylvania. She told me how well she did at the show that saw 67 cars attempt to qualify, why she will return to 600’s next season and how school is going at St. John Fisher. 

 
Saturday, October 26th 2013
   New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Bob Henry Jr. talked about his top ten at Penn Can and his hopes for today at Black Rock.
Nick Guererri told me about the Sportsman he’ll race today and the tough start he had with it.
Matt Roberts gets ready to race with dad today in Dundee and talked about the Empire Series.
A.J. Kingsley remembered last week’s Late Model race at Brockville as he prepares for today.
Dylan Cecce ran down how his season was in a Street Stock at Black Rock and the keys to today.
 
I got busy on Friday and thanks to facebook I was able to record six new interviews in a two hour span. All but one of those is up for today and you’ll the one I saved tomorrow.
 
We’re all about Black Rock Speedway today as they host a monster show that starts this afternoon. Six divisions will be on tap so it will be a show that is unlike any other around.
 
Of course Orange County continues today as well as 358’s headline the show there. The big blocks of the Super DIRTcar Series race tomorrow in Middletown as Eastern States rolls on.
 
Now let’s chat about what we have for you on the Audio Page. I begin with a man who even though he did not win last Friday, was still smiling anyway. Bob Henry Jr. talked about his top ten at Penn Can and his hopes for today at Black Rock. He also described a brake issue he had last Friday, how he reacted to seeing a car with his exhaust system on it win and why he feels Black Rock owes him one. 
 
Nick Guererri told me about the Sportsman he’ll race today and the tough start he had with it. He talked about how much he likes this chassis, what would make for a successful day at Black Rock and why he missed this show last year. 
 
Matt Roberts gets ready to race with dad today in Dundee and talked about the Empire Series. He told me how long it has been since he raced, what his plans are after today and why we don’t see to many rookies win in this division. 
 
A.J. Kingsley remembered last week’s Late Model race at Brockville as he prepares for today at Black Rock. He talked about the rubber down conditions he raced on, his hopes to go out with a win today and why he likes the Go Nuclear Series so much. 
 
Dylan Cecce ran down how his season was in a Street Stock at Black Rock and the keys to today. He talked about the good start he got off to last year in the 100 lapper, where the fast groove has been the past two seasons and why where you start in this one is not as important as it is sometimes. 

 
     
 
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