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Thursday, November 13th 2014
   New on the Audio Page for today:

Brett Hearn talks about his runner up finishes in Charlotte and how close he came a championship.
Mark Weaver explains why he was thinking of calling it quits and why he will now come back.
 
We’re back with more good stuff today as we continue to get closer to knowing more about what some tracks are doing in 2015. Lots of news will be coming out and some will be pretty big from what I am hearing from behind the scenes conversations. Stay tuned as we’ll be here for the news and the analysis afterwards.
 
I have two nice ones up today for you including the story of how Brett Hearn almost made up 52 points in the final two Super DIRTcar Series races and almost came away with the title. Hearn ended up 14 points back of Billy Decker with Matt Sheppard sandwiched in between 6 back.
 
So let’s go ahead and start right out with that one on the Audio Page. I make sure to listen to Mark Weaver to see how close he came to hanging it up…again. Brett Hearn talks abouthis runner up finishes in Charlotte, how close he came to winning the Super DIRTcar championship and what he’ll be working on in his shops the next few weeks. 
 
Mark Weaver explains why he was thinking of calling it quits after his first season racing in 20 years, why he decided to keep going and wonders about adding a second car. 

 
Wednesday, November 12th 2014
   New on the Audio Page for today:

Billy Pauch Jr. talked about helping his dad in Charlotte and the two races he will finish with.
Shayne Tenace speaks about the growth of Late Models and how he first found the class in Michigan.
 
Today will be a special day for me as my wife Camille and I celebrate our 20th anniversary. So I got some extra work done last night so I could be off tonight in the studio so we can go out for a special dinner.
 
I have two nice chats up today and tomorrow we’ll hear from Brett Hearn and Mark Weaver. I’ll be back in the studio on Thursday and will have a column up for Thursday on how the dropping of IMCA Modifieds at Brewerton could help the Late Model class at Fulton.
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you to listen to today on the Audio Page. I start with a man who still has some racing to do in 2014. Billy Pauch Jr. talked about helping his dad in Charlotte and the two races he will finish out the season with and the work he is doing to get ahead for next season. 
 
Shayne Tenace speaks about the growth of Late Models in Central New York, how he first found the class in Michigan and what he is doing to help it along.  

 
Tuesday, November 11th 2014
   New on the Audio Page for today:

Kevan Cook talked about his move to a crate Late Model and how he did in his two starts.
Rick Martell previews the 22nd Annual New York State Indoor Championship in December.
 
More good stuff for you today as we check in with a driver who made a change late in the season and find out more about a big show in Syracuse for the Karting world.
 
And don’t forget that the new episode of the Atomic Power Racing Hour featuring the Go Nuclear Late Models is on Time Warner Cable Sports in New York State. There are airings today in Syracuse and Rochester so check your local listings and go to Rich Vleck’s page on You Tube for episodes from the past including a photo finish at Cornwall.
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you to listen to on the Audio Page. I start with a driver who had some terrible luck away from the track this past season. Kevan Cook talked about his move to a crate Late Model, when he knew he had to make a change and how he did in his two races at Fulton and Yates County. 
 
Rick Martell previews the 22nd Annual New York State Indoor Championship on December 5th & 6th, talked about how well pre-registration is going and the class he has added for this year’s show. Find out more at www.syracuseindoor.com.  

 
Monday, November 10th 2014
   New on the Audio Page for today:

Tyler Walker talked about his 9 win season, why he got a late start and racing without a wing.
Megan Allen recapped her 3 win season and explained why her win total was down in 2014. 
 
We’ll start the week out here by showing some love to the 600 Micro Sprint world as we visit with two of the division brightest, young stars here in New York State. Both of these young racers are in college now and clearly have a bright future ahead of them.
 
I got four new interviews done on Sunday and the other two will show up tomorrow. We’ll get back in the studio later tonight and will be in again on Tuesday. Congratulations go out to all the champions that were crowned this past weekend in Charlotte and Kirkwood.
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you to listen to on the Audio Page for today. I start with a young man who didn’t know how much he was going to race when the season started. Tyler Walker talked about his 9 win season in a 600 Micro Sprint, why he got a late start and racing without a wing at Lime Rock. 
 
Megan Allen recapped her 3 win season, explained why her win total was down in 2014 and wondered if she’ll be able to make it to Tulsa to race in December. 

 
Sunday, November 9th 2014
   New on the Audio Page for today:

Chris Mackey talks about his rookie season in a Modified and how he’ll learn more in two weeks.
Corky Stockham reminded racers about what is happening at this year’s Parts Peddler Trade Show.
 
I am back with more good stuff for you today to listen to as the off season officially gets closer. After this weekend things will get scarce but there are still some great events coming up and we’ll be chatting about them in the coming weeks.
 
I’ll be in the studio today and will be in there for several hours. I am looking for people to chat with as I am trying to get a little ahead as I have a busy week ahead of me. If you’d like to chat send me a message at doug@dougsdirtdiary.com or message me on facebook.
 
Now let’s chat about what we have on the Audio Page for today. I start with a young man who made a big move up in 2014. Chris Mackey talks about his rookie season in a Modified, how he’ll learn more in two weeks at Parts Peddler and why you have to know when to race as well as when to let a faster car go. 
 
Corky Stockham reminded racers about what is happening at this year’s Parts Peddler Trade Show ran down some of the manufacturers that will be on hand why a handshake is better than an email reply. 

 
Saturday, November 8th 2014
   New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Rocky Warner talks about his busy day that includes racing at Five Mile Point and a banquet.
Andrew Harpell tells me about Friday’s show being moved to Sunday at Five Mile Point.
 
Cold and snow dominated the day on Friday for a lot of us and that led to a change for the schedule at Five Mile Point Speedway in Kirkwood. The Friday portion has now been moved to Sunday and the rest of the weekend looks fine.
 
I have some news on the changes from Five Mile’s Andrew Harpell as well as a nice chat with your GRIT Series champion Rocky Warner. Both will be at Five Mile Point today as will a few surprises. Listen to Andrew’s chat to see who will be there later today.
 
I’ll be home as the kids have many things going on today. In between shuttling them around, I’ll be in the studio getting some new interviews done. If you’re around and want to join me, send me a message at doug@dougsdirtdiary.com or message me on facebook.
 
Now let’s find out more about what we have for you to listen to today on the Audio Page. I start with a four time champion. Rocky Warner talks about his busy day that includes racing at Five Mile Point, celebrating his GRIT Series championship and a banquet for Glen Ridge. 
 
Andrew Harpell tells me about Friday’s show being moved to Sunday at Five Mile Point as well as a change for the GRIT Series race for Saturday which is now moved up on the schedule. 
 

 
Friday, November 7th 2014
   New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Stephane LaFrance talked about his season, the new car he’ll build and the Parts Peddler show.
James Morris tells me about his win last weekend at Grandview and the upcoming Tulsa Shootout.
 
What a rainy day it was on Thursday. Here’s to hoping all that rain does not affect what we have going on tonight at Five Mile Point and Charlotte. One way or another it will be a cold finish to the season for most and let’s hope people aren’t sitting in their haulers waiting it out.
 
I’ve got a pair of nice interviews for you today as we get ready to head into a busy weekend. I’ll be back in the studio today so be sure to come back tomorrow to see who I can get ahold of.
 
And on a personal note, I took a friend to get his colonoscopy done yesterday and he said exactly what I said afterwards. “I was dreading this thing for years and it was not bad at all.” So I urge any of you who are over 50 and have not had this done to make an appointment to get checked. The worse part is the night before and event that is not that bad. Go guys and get this done…
 
Now let’s chat more about who we have for you to listen to on the Audio Page. I start with a pretty smart guy who always does his own deal. Stephane LaFrance talked about his consistent season, the new totally car he’ll build and the great deals he’ll have at the Parts Peddler show coming up in two weeks. Nice one here to teach you guys about how air affects handling.  
 
James Morris tells me about his win last weekend at Grandview, looks ahead to his first ever attempt to qualify for the Tulsa Shootout and the big team will be a part of for the event in December. 

 
     
 
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