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Tuesday, November 6th 2018
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Steve Paine talks about his hopes for this weekend at Outlaw Speedway and why he almost quit.
Tony Veneziano reports on the final World of Outlaw Sprint Cars races of the season at Charlotte.
 
I had a much better day on Monday as I was able to get a lot done and get Allie to her JV Girls Basketball try-outs. I even got some more work done when I got back from that and am now a little bit ahead. That’s a good place to be.
 
Tomorrow I have more good stuff for you as we will continue to re-hash this past weekend and talk about the season that was and how the racing was down in North Carolina. I have bowling tonight as I still try to figure out how to score on dry lane conditions. I watched the pros over the weekend and noticed a few things that should help.
 
Now let’s chat more about the pair of conversations I have up on the Audio Page starting with a man who is hoping to get in more show this weekend in Dundee. Steve Paine talks about his hopes for this weekend at Outlaw Speedway, why he was thinking about calling it a career this past summer and how his oldest son has been doing on the track.  
 
Tony Veneziano reports on the final World of Outlaw Sprint Cars races of the season at Charlotte, how impressive it is to see what Donny Schatz did this year and gave us some team news. 
 
Monday, November 5th 2018
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Pete Stefanski talked about his Racer’s Climb and how he worked his way from go karts at age 20.

Another work week is upon us and I’ll be working on some things that week that will limit my time to get interviews done. I will get done what I can but this has to take a back seat this week.

I am going to get some Season in Reviews done and some of the usual stuff so there will still be stuff to listen to every day as the off season is now fully in place after Charlotte.
 
We wish all you racers all the best. My respect level continues to rise for all of you and I hope your off season goes well, hope you can get your work done efficiently and without too much cost in both money and time. Before we know it we will be suiting up again so enjoy some extra time with your family and friends as we take a pause to relax and catch up on life away from racing.
 
Now let’s talk a bit more about our offering today on the Audio Page as we continue to see how racers got their start and became someone in the sport. Pete Stefanski talked about his Racer’s Climb and how he worked his way from go karts at age 20, to a Camaro stock car and eventually Pro Stock champion.  
 
 
Sunday, November 4th 2018
   New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Ryan Watt talks about getting back behind the wheel of a 360 Sprint Car today at Bridgeport.
Matt Barbour told me how he came to the Dirt Modified Nostalgia Tour and his win at Can Am.
 
It was yet another rainy day on Saturday and I spent it watching football and doing some work in the studio. And we’ll be back in there today as well hoping to lead up ahead of a very busy week.
 
I’m going to look for some more drivers who can talk about The Climb they made to get to where they are today and will be looking for more news and Season in Review chats too. I hope to have a busy day.
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page today beginning with a driver who has been dealing with a lot of weather lately. Ryan Watt talks about getting back behind the wheel of a 360 Sprint Car today at Bridgeport after a rainout on Saturday, his championship on the STSS and his plans for the rest of the year.  
 
Matt Barbour told me how he came to the Dirt Modified Nostalgia Tour, what appeals to him about this form of racing and his first feature win at Can Am.  
 
Saturday, November 3rd 2018
   New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Alan Johnson talks about his climb from racing motorcycles and snowmobiles to where he is now.
Nick Stone tells me about his Pro Stock win at Charlotte and how the decision to go was last minute.
 
I had a busy day on Friday and only got into the studio late but was fortunate enough to find two folks to talk with so you could have new stuff to listen to today. And I also began that new series of interviews I am calling The Climb with one of the biggest names in the sport. I think you’ll like it and want more.
 
Today I will be back in the studio again and may actually go out again tonight to see a band, shoot some pool and have a cold one or two. That I have not done at a club in over a year so it will be fun. I need to blow off some steam and tonight sounds as good a night as any to do so.
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page as we begin something new that I hope you’ll like. Alan Johnson talks about The Climb from racing motorcycles and snowmobiles to where he is now as one of Dirt Modified racing’s all time greats. Nice one here! 
 
Nick Stone tells me about his Pro Stock win at Charlotte, how the decision to go was last minute and described a problem they fixed right before the feature race.  
 
Friday, November 2nd 2018
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Brad Szulewski tells me how a blown motor in May altered his schedule and how he kept on racing.
Allison Teed talks about her move to a Sportsman and remembered how the first race night went.

We hope you all had a nice Halloween that was filled with lots more treats than tricks. We had fun despite a little bit if light rain but it did not slow us down and a huge haul of candy resulted. Now we’ll see if dad can keep his hands off his favorites. We’ll see about that.
 
I have a pair of really good ones up for you today with racers you may not know much if anything about. I love the stories of drivers on the rise who are still learning as they race. I may be getting a little misty in my older age but I really do enjoy these types of interviews and I hope you do too.
 
After I finish typing this up I am heading out to Weedsport and the DIRT Hall of Fame to be the sub host on Jim Olin’s podcast. It will be Allie’s first trip to the HOF and with her getting more familiar with vintage racing I know she will just love seeing the cars inside. It’s is gonna be fun. And I have the easy job. All I have to do is talk and as you guys know I do not have a problem doing that.
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page starting with a driver who had an issue early in 2018. Brad Szulewski tells me how a blown motor in May altered his schedule, how he kept on racing despite that and wonders exactly what he will be doing in 2019. Good one here!  
 
Allison Teed talks about her move to a Sportsman after several years in a stock car and remembered how the first race night went while explaining why she likes the car so much. She’ll race next at Outlaw Speedway next weekend.   
 
Thursday, November 1st 2018
   New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Danny Bouc talks about his hopes to get out two more times and his rough start at New Egypt.
Tyler Cartier reviews his season in a 305 at Land of Legends and his plans to move up to a 360.

As I type this up I am getting ready to take my youngest out trick or treating here in suburban Liverpool. This is a great neighborhood to get candy in and we take it seriously. She’ll get a pillow case full of candy as you can get a lot done here in two hours.
 
We hope all of you who were out with your kids last night were safe and stayed dry. As of 5 p.m. the rain has stopped and we’re hoping it holds off for three more hours. I have a pair of interviews to do when I get back and then we’ll have some fun watching a great basketball documentary on ESPN.
 
Now let’s chat more about what is new on the Audio Page for today starting with a driver who still has a few races left to go in 2018. Danny Bouc talks about his hopes to get out two more times this season, runs down the two different cars he has driven this year and his very rough start at New Egypt. 
 
Tyler Cartier reviews his season in a 305 at Land of Legends Raceway, his final race of the year at Brockville Ontario Speedway and his plans to move up to a 360 Sprint for 2019.   
 
Wednesday, October 31st 2018
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Gary Tomkins reviews his 2018 race season and talks about the stacked weekly field in Brewerton.
Joe Marotta shares some memories of the mile at Syracuse and the legacy of DIRT’s Glenn Donnelly.

We finally got to see some sun on Tuesday and it was nice enough to actually be outside for a while. I hope you got to do the same as it was the first nice day we have had in a while. Let’s hope it stays that way for trick or treating tonight.
 
I got a lot done both before and after bowling although what happened on the lanes is not worth discussing here. It’s been rough! But I need to keep things in perspective and realize that what happens there means nothing.
 
I was upset coming in as a good friend lost his wife suddenly on Tuesday morning. It is beyond sad as young kids are involved too so my prayers and best wishes go out to everyone involved. Hug your loved ones today and count your blessings. We are all truly fortunate to be here.
 
Now let’s chat more about what is new for today on the Audio Page as we chat with a really good Season in Review. Gary Tomkins reviews his 2018 race season in a big block Modified and talks about the stacked weekly field in Brewerton while tackling the six questions.  
 
Joe Marotta shares some memories of the mile at Syracuse and the legacy of DIRT’s Glenn Donnelly while describing his hopes for the future of a big project in CNY.   
 
     
 
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