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Friday, October 18th 2019
    New on the Audio Page for today:

Sid Harmer Jr. talked about his second place in the Pro Stock race at this year’s Super DIRT Week.
Jay Fitzgerald remembered his big crash from Oswego and told me how he and the car are doing.

We are showing some love to the Pro Stocks today with a pair of interviews. One is with a driver who felt pretty good at the end of the day on Sunday while the other is still sore today from what happened in that race.

I got a lot done on a cold and rainy day and we’ll be back at it again today with a couple of things all set up and ready to go. Plus I was able to can a few from Thursday so we are looking good right now.

Don’t forget about the Loud and Dirty Fall Nationals beginning today at Brockville Ontario Speedway and running through tomorrow. It’s a fun track in a beautiful part of Ontario, Canada so if you have not yet had your racing fill for the year then you need to get your butt up there as this is a fun track indeed.

Now let’s chat more about what we have for you today on the Audio Page as we highlight the full fendered division. Sid Harmer Jr. talked about his second place in the Pro Stock race at this year’s Super DIRT Week, explains how making some changes before Sunday’s race helped and wonders if he may move up for 2020. 

Jay Fitzgerald remembered his big crash from the Pro Stock race at Super DIRT Week, told me how both he and the car are doing now and recapped his racing background that began in the early 90’s. So glad you’re okay as that was a hard hit.  

 
Thursday, October 17th 2019
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Mat Williamson talked about his win in the Billy Whittaker Cars 200 and his hopes for Brockville.   
Marc Johnson told me about some issues he had in his 10th place finish on Sunday and his 358.

It was a rainy day on Wednesday as the Nor’ Easter made for some rough travel out there. The good news is that it will be out of the area sometime today and the rest of the week looks great with Brockville Ontario Speedway on tap for their season finale this weekend.

Champions will be crowned at BOS in the DIRTcar 358, Sportsman and Pro Stock ranks. We hope everyone has a great weekend and the action is decided on the track and not by a part failure or a jingle. We hope you all have a great weekend.

Now let’s chat more about what is up for today on the Audio Page starting with the big winner from Super DIRT Week. Mat Williamson talked about his win in the Billy Whittaker Cars 200, his fifth place in the Salute to the Troops 150 and his hopes for Brockville this weekend. 

Marc Johnson told me about some issues he had in his 10th place finish on Sunday at Super DIRT Week, some problems he had as he failed to qualify his 358 and his new spacious race shop. 
 
Wednesday, October 16th 2019
    New on the Audio Page for today:

Tim Hartman Jr. tells me how he won two races this past weekend at Afton to make it four in a row.
Brett Deyo talked about the new clay going down in Fonda and how well the weekend went in Afton.
Gary Folk spoke about the clay they are laying down at Penn Can and the how the banking changed.

It was another good day for me on Tuesday as I got to speak with more people in the studio in between running our kids around town. Tuesdays are really crazy around here at least for a few more weeks with Allie doing basketball and boxing while Katie continues to gear up for her first gymnastics meet in a few months.

I hope you like what we have for you today and we’ll be back at it again today as we still have some racing to do and there is still a lot to chat about concerning this past weekend. It will be a fun day so be sure to stop back tomorrow to see who I get to speak with.

Now let’s chat more about what we have for you today on the Audio Page starting with a man who just added a few more wins to his total for 2019. Tim Hartman Jr. tells me how he won two races this past weekend at Afton to make it four in a row, explains why he thinks this season has gone so well and wonders if he’ll get out one more time. 

Brett Deyo talked about the new clay going down in Fonda, how well the weekend went in Afton and looks forward to the next two Short Track Super Series races at Orange County & Georgetown. 

Gary Folk spoke about the clay they are laying down at Penn Can, speculates on how long it will take then to finish it and described what he saw with the banking in turn two once he got down to the base.  

 
Tuesday, October 15th 2019
    New on the Audio Page for today:

Kyle Inman recapped his Super DIRT Week that included wins at Oswego and Brewerton Speedways.
Josh Coonradt told me about his Pro Stock win at Super DIRT Week and an issue they had on Friday.
Tony Veneziano reports on the World of Outlaws from Indiana and the six races left on the schedule.

I had a nice day on Monday as we got caught up on some work and even got a little bit ahead for the coming week. It was great to chat with the folks I did on Monday and I even have more good stuff for tomorrow too.

Yeah, it was tough missing Super DIRT Week but I was still sore yesterday after just a brief walk around the block. No, we are not ready for too much activity yet but am hopeful for down the road.

Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page for today starting with a pair of big winners from Sunday. Kyle Inman recapped his Super DIRT Week that included wins at Oswego and Brewerton Speedways, recapped his nights shows at Utica Rome & Weedsport while looking ahead to his next races.  

Josh Coonradt told me about his Pro Stock win at Super DIRT Week on Sunday, described his strategy coming into the race and how they tracked down a problem they had on Friday with help from some of their fellow racers. 

Tony Veneziano reports on the World of Outlaws from Indiana, explains how several drivers were able to rebound from having to go to the work area and previews this weekend in the Midwest.  

 
Sunday, October 13th 2019
   

Well that did not go as planned for me. I was going to go to Fulton Speedway Saturday night after getting some treatment on my leg on Friday. I was excited to try it out but Mother Nature had other ideas.


A late morning, early afternoon rain killed those plans as the action at Oswego Speedway was ground to a halt. And with that racing set to run well into the night officials had no choice but to axe the show at Fulton.



I’ll use the time well as we’ll be stretching and doing exercises hoping to get myself better for next season. I’ll take today as well and get back in the studio again on Monday. I hope you all had a great day on Saturday and I hope you’re not too tired coming into the final day today. 
 
Saturday, October 12th 2019
    New on the Audio Page for today:

Greg Martin told me about his season at Ransomville and why he swapped power plants in his car.  
 A.J. Miller talked about some adjustments he made for Brewerton and how his night races went
Dustin Hutton summed up how he did this past year and Can Am and why his car likes the track.
Paul Kirkland was at Brewerton Thursday night and talked about the Loud & Dirt Fall Nationals.

Super DIRT Week rolls on with a big day on tap both in Oswego and at Fulton Speedway. I’m gonna go as long as I can today at Fulton as this will probably be my last race of the season.

I saved some stuff from Thursday at Brewerton for you guys today and will have more from Fulton up for you tomorrow. There should be a good car count on hand for this one and I just hope that Mother Nature cooperates today so we can get in both shows with no issues.

Now let’s chat more about what is new on the Audio Page for today starting with more from Brewerton on Thursday. Greg Martin told me about his season at Ransomville, why he swapped out his W-16 engine for a DIRT 358 and why he wished he would have painted his spare front axle. 

A.J. Miller talked about some adjustments he made for Brewerton, how he did on Wednesday night at Weedsport as well as how he missed a big wreck on Tuesday at Utica Rome. 

Dustin Hutton summed up how he did this past year and Can Am, remembered the long day he had to finish out the season there and why his car likes the track so much. 

Paul Kirkland was at Brewerton Thursday night and talked about how the season was at Brockville Ontario Speedway as well as next weekend’s Loud & Dirt Fall Nationals.  

 
     
 
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