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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.  


 
Wednesday, January 13th 2016
   

New on the Audio Page for today:  

Mike Stelter reviews his 2015 season and how his last race got him pumped up for the 2016 season.
Lee Gurney talks about some significant upgrades for his team as they add a second driver.

We have some Sprint Car stuff for you today as we look at a driver and a car owner to see what they have cooking for the coming season. I always enjoy chatting with car owners as the spend all the money without getting the rush of being behind the seat. And Lee Gurney will tell you how close he came to shutting things down, why he decided to up his game and a little about his time as a driver.

Mike Stelter is one of the nice guys in racing. He is coming off a good season and hopes that the momentum he built up late will carry over to 2016.

Mike also wanted to give a shout out to Andrew Seamons who is the tire specialist on the Larson -Marks #2 of Shane Stewart for kickin butt in Arizona!! They won the championship at Cocopah’s Winter Heat and it is nice to see one of our own doing well. Way to go Andrew!

Now let’s chat more about what we have for you today on the Audio Page starting out with another Season in Review interview. Mike Stelter reviews his 2015 season, explains how his last race got him pumped up for the 2016 season and why he is adding a 305 Sprinter to his shop.  

Lee Gurney talks about some significant upgrades for his team as they add a second driver, Chad Miller and hope for more opportunities for his son Cory Gurney.

 
Tuesday, January 12th 2016
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Dave Marcuccilli reviews his 14 win season in a Sportsman and his first ever track championships.
Nick Krause recaps his season in a Sportsman and talks about why they had to scale things back.

We have a pair of Sportsman drivers from the Central New York region on the site today and tomorrow we’ll be back with a Sprint Car theme as we here from driver Mike Stelter and car owner Lee Gurney.

Everything here is going well. Dad is continuing to rehab his new hip and is getting a little better every day. It’s a long road for sure but he has a positive attitude and is adjusting well to the rehab center. Keep your fingers crossed for a full recovery so he can get back on the golf course and back on the bowling lanes.

I’ll be off today as I have bowling tonight followed by my usual Tuesday night on-line racing. I may even have someone new with me tonight to check it out. He is going to driver a racecar for the first time this season so I am hoping that getting him some laps on my set up will help. More on that as it develops.

Now let’s chat more about what we have on the Audio Page starting with a two time track champion. Dave Marcuccilli reviews his 14 win season in a Sportsman, tells me how he formed a friendship with his number 1 rival and how cool it was to win his first ever track championships.  

Nick Krause recaps his season in a Sportsman and talks about why they had to scale things back at mid season as well as how nice it was to race at Syracuse on the final day.  

 
Monday, January 11th 2016
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Chris Stockham talks about his hopes for The Chili Bowl as he makes his 3rd attempt to qualify.
Shaun Pangman reviews his two win season driving a Modified at Glen Ridge Motorsports Park.

Another week is upon us and what a week it will be for hundreds of racers as the Chili Bowl begins today with practice sessions followed by four nights of heat races. One of the local racers who will be there is on the site today and I understand Larry Wight and Tim McCreadie will be too!

We’ll be in the studio again today and have chats with Mike Stelter and Dave Marcuccilli in the can for release any day now. We’re extending the Season in Review chats for a little longer and hope to track down more of you to talk about what happened last year as we look ahead to getting back on the track real soon.

Now though let’s chat with someone who will be suiting up today as we look more closely at what we have on the Audio Page for you today. Chris Stockham talks about his hopes for The Chili Bowl as he makes his 3rd attempt to qualify and tells me what the appeal is foe this event as well as how tough the competition is.  

Shaun Pangman reviews his two win season driving a Modified at Glen Ridge Motorsports Park, tells me why the first win was so special as well as his plans to travel more in 2016.  

 
Sunday, January 10th 2016
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Tim Kerr reviews his 2015 season in a Modified where he won his first feature races ever.
Pete Bicknell previews the Bicknell Racing Products Open House coming up Saturday, January 16th.

We’re back on a Sunday with some more good stuff for you today as we check in with a break out star from 2015 and find out how you guys can learn more about the racecars you drive all summer long.

We’re still having fun here at the home studio and be sure to check out my Facebook page to see my racing seat that I play with here when it gets last at night and I can no longer make phone calls to my racing buddies. It’s pretty cool and a big thanks goes out to Dale Planck for giving it to me.

In the can right now are chats with Mike Stelter and Shaun Pangman so look for those to show up in the next few days as well as whatever I can get done today as I do plan to be in the studio once again.

But for now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page starting out with a driver who just enjoyed his best season ever!   Tim Kerr reviews his 2015 season in a Modified which saw him win his first Modified feature races ever and explained how that first win was only enjoyed for less than a week.    

Pete Bicknell previews the Bicknell Racing Products Open House coming up Saturday, January 16th and encourages all customers to come to this free event. Good stuff here!

 
Saturday, January 9th 2016
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Donnie Lawson talks about his three win season at Woodhull and a scary health issue in August.
Brandon Kuhn reviewed his 2015 season in a Sportsman as he raced Utica Rome and Skyline.

I got a lot done on Friday doing three interviews in the studio with hopes to do just as much today. On the site tomorrow with be my Season in Review with Tim Kerr as he tells me all about his breakout season that included his first ever Modified feature wins.

Everything here at the home studio is okay as we are still praying for dad to get better as well as many other folks including some in my own family. And for all of you who may be needed some good thoughts we’ll be sure to send some your way too.

Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page starting with a man who had a lot of stuff to deal with last season. Donnie Lawson talks about his three win season at Woodhull, how good it felt to get a victory after going winless in 2014 and a scary health issue he had in August.

Brandon Kuhn reviewed his 2015 season in a Sportsman as he raced Utica Rome & Skyline and talked about how he adapted to a newer car and his nice run at The Outlaw.  


 
     
 
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