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Thursday, March 31st 2016
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Dan Creeden gets ready for the Hard Clay Open at OCFS on Saturday and talks about his hopes.
Jim Bogett talks about his 1st Mod Lite race at Merrittville and his Firehouse Sub Store in Camillus.

  We had a fun day on Wednesday as we were able to get out and enjoy the great weather we had before things change over the weekend. We are still hopeful to get in some racing to our south and we’ll keep you posted on how things are going.

Today we have a man who has already been out and will be racing at the Orange County Fair Speedway opener this Saturday. Plus we look at the world of Mod Lites and tell you here in the Syracuse area how you can get a special deal at Firehouse Subs in Camillus right across from the old Camillus Mall. Tell them Doug’s Dirt Diary sent you and get a special deal!

Also we won our bowling league on Tuesday night beating out the same team that beat us in the championship last year. It felt great and we are so happy that we did as well as we did. Now we are switching to golf mode and just need some help from Mother Nature before we can get started there.

Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page starting with a nine time winner from 2015.   Dan Creeden gets ready for the Hard Clay Open at OCFS on Saturday and talks about his hopes for the race as well as his plans for the 2016 season.  

Jim Bogett talks about his 1st Mod Lite race at Merrittville on April 23rd, how big the class is worldwide and his new Firehouse Sub Store in Camillus. Mention Doug’s Dirt Diary for a special deal!

 

 
Wednesday, March 30th 2016
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Alan Barker is moving back up to Modified this year and told me how his racecars look right now.
Nick Kennedy talks about his Four Cylinder win at Penn Can and how he beat out his brother.

I am back and ready to go after my typical day off on Tuesday. The bowling season is now over and soon we will switch to golf mode and hope to get out and hit some balls any day now. It is still to messy to try to get on a course and I like to wait till the first mowing of the year before heading out. Hopefully I will get to do that soon.

And remember I am in the jury pool this week so at any time I may be short on time. I hope it does not affect what I do here but it could so I will do the best I can and try like heck to get you new stuff.

In case you missed it, Canandaigua has already cancelled for this weekend and as of now Five Mile Point is still on for Saturday. I hope to have more on that later this week.

Now let’s chat more about what we have for you today on the Audio Page starting with a man who is really loaded for bear this season. Alan Barker is moving back up to Modified this year and told me how his pair of racecars look right now as well as his plans for the coming season.  

Nick Kennedy talks about his Four Cylinder win at the Penn Can opener, how he beat out his older brother in the closing laps and where he will race this season.   

 
Tuesday, March 29th 2016
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Paulie Colagiovanni Jr. talks about racing a 360 Sprint Car and how his family helps his efforts.
Tony Veneziano reports on the WoO Sprint race from Placerville and Kasey Kahne’s big win.

I had a good day on Monday and have not been called in for jury duty yet. I am on call this week and tonight is our league championship so I am very happy that I don’t have to rush out of the courthouse today to make sure I get practice. Whew! Now if I do have to go in later this week it won’t be a big deal. Again…whew!

More good stuff on the page today as racing continues to move north closer to Central New York. And we’ll be back tomorrow with a Facebook request and a winner from this past weekend so be sure to check back for that.

Now let’s chat more about what we have for you today on the Audio Page starting with a young racer who is working hard in his shop to get ready for the start of the 2016 season. Paulie Colagiovanni Jr. talks about racing a 360 Sprint Car, how his family helps his efforts and where he hops to race someday down the road.  

Tony Veneziano reports on the WoO Sprint race from Placerville, the Cinderella story that unfolded and Kasey Kahne’s big win at Lincoln.

 
Monday, March 28th 2016
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Tommy Wickham talks about the role he has on his team and remembers his start in racing.
Steve Ovens updates us on the latest news from Outlaw Speedway and Woodhull Raceway.

I hope you all had a great weekend and are ready to go back after it this week. I had fun all weekend long and I will be back in the studio today with hopes of getting at least three more interviews done. Racers, if you are free today then send me a message at doug@dougsdirtdiary.com and we’ll talk today!

Tomorrow is a big day as we bowl for the league championship and take on the same team that beat us last year. They are better bowlers than we are as the averages don’t lie in bowling. But when we get hot, our extra handicap can make the difference. Wish us well as we go for the title tomorrow.

Now let’s chat more about what we have for you today on the Audio Page starting out with a Sprint Car racer who is working hard to get his ride ready for the track.   Tommy Wickham talks about the role he has on his team, how he got hooked up with the Colagiovannis and remembers his start in racing as a young man.

Steve Ovens updates us on the latest news from the newly named Outlaw Speedway and his new Saturday night home the Woodhull Raceway.  

 
Sunday, March 27th 2016
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Paul Colagiovanni Sr. talks about building a race team for his son and their plans for this season.
Rob Hazer talks about the King of Dirt Series schedule for 2016 for Sportsman & Pro Stocks.

We had a fun day on Saturday as we visited the race shop of Paul Colagiovanni Sr. and spoke with his son and veteran racer Tommy Wickham. We’ll air one of those each day for three straight days.

It was quite the shop and Allie and I were very impressed with what we saw at this race shop and it was great to spend some time with the guys and talk Sprint Cars. Look for Tommy Wickham’s interview tomorrow and Paulie Jr. on Tuesday.

Also we have a look ahead at the King of Dirt Series and the new tracks they will visit this season. It is sure to be a great series and I know a lot of you will be following it. So check out Rob’s interview and learn what they have going on for this season.

It is Easter Sunday and my wife and I will enjoy the day and get to have dinner with our family to celebrate the holiday. Dad always makes a prime rib and he is very good at it. So I will be ready for that tonight as well as a brunch we are having with my mother in law and one of my wife’s childhood friends. It is going to be a great day!

Now let’s chat more about what we have for you today on the Audio Page starting with the first one from my drive to Central Square on Saturday. Paul Colagiovanni Sr. talks about building a race team for his son, why he brought in an experienced driver to help and their plans for this season that may include some 410 stuff.

Rob Hazer talks about the King of Dirt Series schedule for 2016 for Sportsman & Pro Stocks and runs down the rules for each of the divisions.  

 
Saturday, March 26th 2016
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Bill Shea talks about his new role as promoter at Rolling Wheels and talks about the 2016 season.
Josh Wilder gets ready for today’s opener at Penn Can and tells me about his Four Cylinder Stock.

I had a nice day on Friday as I got some work done in the studio and helped avoid a potential problem here in our new neighborhood.

Our alarm on our floor drain went off twice so we decided to call the town. As they were snaking one of the workers, who I knew from Brewerton Speedway, noticed the main sewage line was backed up. So had I not called, we all could have been in trouble. Whew!

Today I will be back in the studio as I need to stay ahead in case I get jury duty next week. I called on Friday and was told to call back on Monday. Who knows? Maybe I’ll get lucky. Keep your fingers crossed as we have our league championship next week and I’d hate to miss practice and have to start cold. It takes my knees a while to loosen up.

Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page starting out with some big news that was announced on Friday. Bill Shea talks about his new role as promoter at Rolling Wheels and talks about the 2016 season as well as his short term and long term goals for the speedway.  

Josh Wilder gets ready for today’s opener at Penn Can and tells me about his Four Cylinder Stock and an issue he had last year that cost him a possible victory.    

 
Friday, March 25th 2016
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Ryan Watt talks about his two races so far as he gets ready for Georgetown and Bridgeport.
Dan Harpell previews this Saturday’s race at Penn Can featuring stock cars and a morning practice.

After a slow start I got going pretty well on Thursday as I got a bunch of interviews done in the studio. The other ones I did will air tomorrow so be sure to come back for those.

There is a lot going on this weekend with racing at Georgetown on Friday and then Bridgeport and Penn Can both run on Saturday. It’s a great opportunity to see some racing and know that soon it will be moving north and within the next few weeks everybody will be up and running.

I will be back in the studio today and I may hit a nearby race shop on Saturday. It is a fun time of the year and I wish all of you in the shop all the best as you continue to get your racecars ready for the coming season.

Now let’s chat more about what I have for you on the Audio Page starting with a man who will be very busy this weekend. Ryan Watt talks about his two races so far as he gets ready for Georgetown tonight and Bridgeport tomorrow as well as his full 2016 race plans.  

Dan Harpell previews this Saturday’s race at Penn Can featuring Street Stocks, Factory Stocks & Four Cylinders as well as a morning practice. Practice is from 10:30-1:30 and racing starts at 4 p.m.  

 
     
 
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