New on the Audio Page for today:
Jeremie Corcoran talks about some new ventures for 2017 and Canandaigua’s status for 2017.
Claude Hutchings Jr. reviews his 2016 race season and talks about his plans for next season.
I had a busy day on Wednesday as I got back to work in the studio and did some more writing for the Syracuse Post Standard and Syracuse.com. I wrote about a pair of indoor events taking place this weekend. One is locally at Great Bear Indoor Kartway and the other of course is in St. Louis. Let’s hope all these indoor events do well so many more can come to life down the road.
I have a soul searching interview with Jeremie Corcoran as he talks about what he has going on for 2017 and reveals something that happened to him and his family earlier this year that probably not a lot of you know about. I know I sure didn’t know anything about it.
He says several times in this interview that he is not looking for sympathy and he really isn’t. But I don’t know how any of us would react if we saw what he saw. I know I would be a mess and probably unable to function for a while so I wish him well as he tries to deal with this tragedy. Wow! You think you know what is going on in people’s lives. Understanding…pass it on!
I also have a Season in Review with a good friend who helped me a lot in my one season of racing and for that I am eternally grateful. I know you’ll like this one too.
I will be back in the studio today and will have new stuff till sometime before Christmas when we will switch gears and look back at the year that was. I enjoy that and I hope you do too!
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you today on the Audio Page starting with a chat with a man who will be very busy this coming season. Jeremie Corcoran talks about three new ventures for 2017 at the New York State Fairgrounds, why Canandaigua Motorsports Park will be independent next season and recalls a life changing moment that affected his life tremendously. Hit the play button and get comfortable guys!
Claude Hutchings Jr. reviews his 2016 race season that saw him pick up nine wins, talks about his plans for next season that include Modified racing on Sunday and how much he enjoyed the Outlaw 200.