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Wednesday, April 15th 2015
   Well this has been one for the record books for me indeed. As of now we’re not sure if I have the flu or not but boy does it feel that way. I won’t get into details but those of you who have shared your stories with me, it sure sounds that way and yes, this is the sickest I have ever been.
 
I’ve been fortunate not to be sick like this before I guess. And when you are the only one who can get out the product as I am here, and you’re so sick you can’t speak without sounding like your hacking up a lung, then there is just nothing you can do but wait it out.
 
I’m doing all that I can and will find out today sometime what my method of treatment is. I’ve heard this thing drags on and on though. I’ll make sure I at least update you here as Tuesday was really the first day I was able to eat and keep my head upright for more than a minute or two.
 
I’m so sorry guys but when I do get back, I’ll try to make up for it. I am still hopeful that I’ll be better by this weekend but I don’t know. What I do know is that I have to think long term here and not try to do too much before I am better.
 
I’ll keep you posted. Thanks for understanding.

 
Saturday, April 11th 2015
   New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Brett Hearn talks about today’s Hard Clay Open at Orange County and his race plans for 2015.
Tim Hindley reflected on his championship at Orange County and why he keeps his expectations low.
 
The weather has already created some issues this weekend with Big Diamond pushing back their Money in the Mountains show till next week at Five Mile Point cancelling today’s GRIT Series opener. They will have a practice at Five Mile Point and Sunday’s RoC race still looks good.
 
On the site today we focus on the big race at Orange County that should get their season started this afternoon. Two of the biggest names at the track share some stories with us today as we get you guys ready for what should be a heck of a show.
 
I’m jammed up this weekend so I will not hit a race yet but hope to make it out next weekend for sure. I am putting together my plans and will have them up during the week. And today I’ll be in the studio chatting with racers so be sure to come back tomorrow to see who we got ahold of.
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page for today starting with a driver who has won 861 times in his long career. Brett Hearn talks about today’s Hard Clay Open at Orange County, what he learned last week in a practice at the track and his race plans for 2015. 
 
Tim Hindley reflected on his championship at Orange County in 2014, explained why he missed last week’s praftice and why he likes to keeps his expectations low. 

 
Friday, April 10th 2015
   New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Danny Creeden talks about the Hard Clay Open on Saturday and how well set up he is for 2015.
Josh VanBrocklin tells me about his Sportsman championship at Can Am and his 2015 race plans.
 
Coughing and hacking is still the biggest sound in our house as my wife and daughter recover from their illness. I’m still okay and hoping that me and my youngest stay in the somewhat healthy category.
 
At dinner time I was able to get some new interviews done and get them up for you today. A lot is happening this weekend and hopefully you’ll be able to get out there and have some fun.
 
We wish you all the best as many of you racers will be getting the car out for the first time this season. I hope everything goes well and that everyone loads their cars onto the trailers at the end of the night with no issues.
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page for Friday. Danny Creeden talks about the Hard Clay Open on Saturday, remembers his practice from last weekend and tells me how well set up he is for 2015. 
 
Josh VanBrocklin tells me about his Sportsman championship at Can Am, the two racecars he will have at his disposal his 2015 race plans that include anew Sunday home. 

 
Thursday, April 9th 2015
   New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Billy Whittaker talks about his return to Modified racing this season at the Fulton Speedway.
Dan Harpell talks about Five Mile Points opening weekend, the Penn Can practice and more.
 
I’m sitting here in a house where everyone is sick but me. I usually get these things after my wife and kids but am hoping that I may skip this one. Wishing my family well as they cough and again hoping somehow I might stay immune.
 
In between errands I was able to get a few interviews done including one with an old friend who was a rookie Modified driver the same time I was a rookie announcer at Fulton. Billy Whittaker will be back racing this year and you’ll hear how he put together a deal to get back on the track and what he hopes will happen.
 
Plus Dan Harpell let’s us know how things are looking in the Southern Tier as well as he has his family’s racetrack opening this weekend. And in case you missed it, his Sunday home, The Utica Rome Speedway, did cancel their practice for this Saturday. They may add one next week so stay tuned.
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page for you Thursday starting with a familiar name in Central New York from TV and radio.  Billy Whittaker talks about his return to Modified racing this season at the Fulton Speedway, thinks back on his career and explains why now is the right time to get back into the sport. 
 
Dan Harpell talks about Five Mile Points opening weekend this Saturday & Sunday, his hopes for a Penn Can practice and much more. 

 
     
 
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