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Tuesday, April 7th 2015
   New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Bobby Varin told me about getting the 00 car out a lot this season as well as a 360 Sprint Car.
J.J. Courcy explained why he will be running Sportsman this season and getting his wife into the seat.
 
I hope your week is off to a good start. I know mine is. The kids are off from school this week and we hope to do a lot of fun things with them before they head back next week.
 
I need to get in the studio today as the can is empty so if we have not chatted with your favorite driver yet then just say the word and we’ll track them down for you.
 
I know the weather looks less than ideal this week but next week and after that we are supposed to warm up. The cold will be gone soon so stay patient as tracks continue to get themselves ready for the 2015 season. It will be here before you know it.
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you to listen to on the Audio Page for today starting with the return of a famous number with a driver we know well. Bobby Varin told me about getting the 00 car out a lot this season, where we will see the cars race as well as a pair of 360 Sprint Cars he and his son are working on. 
 
J.J. Courcy explained why he will be running Sportsman this season in Central New York, his hopes to maybe move up to Modified somewhere along the way and getting his wife into the race seat for the first time. 

 
Monday, April 6th 2015
   New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Gil Tegg Jr. tells me how much work he has to do to get ready and where he will race this year.
Jim King spoke about Fonda & Glen Ridge and what it was like to break in a new announcer.
 
The start of another work week is upon us and I’ll be celebrating our season on the bowling lanes with our banquet tonight. Sure, overall it was a good year but I did fall short on two things. That leaves room for improvement next year I guess.
 
We have a pair of interviews up for you today from this past weekend that I hope you will enjoy. And tomorrow we’ll be back with J.J. Courcy and Bobby Varin. Also we’ll be back in the studio on Tuesday so look for more new stuff on Wednesday.
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page for today. Gil Tegg Jr. tells me how much work he has to do to get ready, where he will race this year and how the field of racers at Canandaigua just got a whole lot tougher. 
 
Jim King spoke about announcing at Fonda & Glen Ridge, how each place looks right now and what it was like to break in a new announcer at Fonda. 

 
Sunday, April 5th 2015
   New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Ryan Watt chatted about his hopes for the Doug Hoffman Memorial as he got ready for Grandview.
Jim Witko talked about his win at Fulton last season, the new car he is working on and his goal.
 
I had a good day on Saturday as I got busy in the studio and recorded four new conversations. Two of those are up today and the others two along with two more I did on Thursday will be what you get the next two days.
 
I hope you all have a great day on Sunday and for those of you who celebrate Easter, I hope you have a great day with family and the Easter Bunny is nice to your kids. Our kids will be searching for eggs this morning and they always enjoy it.
 
After that we are having a family dinner with dad’s prime rib as the star attraction. I gave up burgers and fries for lent so I was able to chow down on them last night. It was sooooo good.
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you guys to listen to today on the Audio Page starting with a driver who will race later this afternoon.Ryan Watt chatted about his hopes for the Doug Hoffman Memorial at Bridgeport today, his win in the event last season and got ready to head out to Grandview’s opener on Saturday. 
 
Jim Witko talked about his Modified feature win at Fulton last season, the new car he is working on right now and his big goal for the coming race season. 

 
Saturday, April 4th 2015
   New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Neal Williams talks about Thursday’s practice at New Egypt as they get ready to race tonight.
Brett Deyo tells me about Tuesday’s Hard Clay Open at Orange County and where he’ll be today.
Dan Harpell updates us on track conditions at Penn Can, Five Mile Point and Utica Rome Speedways.
 
A lot can happen today if Mother Nature cooperates so let’s keep our fingers crossed as we hope to get the season started today at several speedways. I tried to get a nice cross section on what is going on today with the people I have on the Audio Page so I hope you like it and let’s hope every track that is set to open their gates today gets that chance.
 
As for me, I’ll be in the home studio and hope to get four interviews done over the course of the day. If you want in, just message me and I’ll work you into my chats. I’ll be in the studio this afternoon and the early evening so let me know if you’re around.
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you today on the Audio Page starting with a driver who will be trying something new later today. Neal Williams talks about Thursday’s practice at New Egypt, the wingless Sprint Car they took laps with and his hopes as he does double duty in their opener tonight. 
 
Brett Deyo tells me about Tuesday’s Hard Clay Open at Orange County, where he’ll be today and what will happen if it is bad next week weather wise. 
 
Dan Harpell updates us on track conditions at Penn Can, Five Mile Point and Utica Rome Speedways and reminds us about the practice today at Five Mile. 

 
Friday, April 3rd 2015
   New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Billy Pauch Jr. recaps his 2nd place in the Big Diamond opener and talks about this weekend. 
Tony Veneziano reports on last weekend’s World of Outlaw Sprint Car races from California.
 
Wow, what a day we enjoyed on Thursday. We got over 60 degrees here in Central New York. The kids were outside riding bikes and scooters and they had a great time.
 
I had fun as well as I recorded four new conversations in the studio, two of which I put up today. In the can are chats with Bobby Varin and J.J. Courcy as they tell me what they have going ion for this season.
 
I’ll be back in the studio again today and need to get another six interviews at minimum by tomorrow so if you want in, send me a message and I’ll work you in.
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have on the Audio Page for today starting with a driver who will race twice this weekend. Billy Pauch Jr. recaps his 2nd place in the Big Diamond opener, talks about the two shows he will race this weekend as well as what else he has going on this season. 
 
Tony Veneziano reports on last weekend’s World of Outlaw Sprint Car races from California as the series gets ready for a weekend off. 

 
Thursday, April 2nd 2015
   New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Ernie Saxton talks about his April Fool’s Day column in AARN and Grandview’s opener on Saturday.
Danny Serrano previews the Doug Hoffman Memorial this Sunday at Bridgeport Speedway.
 
I hope you all survived April Fool’s Day without being fooled. I heard there were several stories out there including one speedway that announced they were switching from their weekend night time show to Tuesday morning. Hope those stories didn’t get you but people are being clever with the way they do them these days.
 
We look ahead to a busy weekend this time out with previews of two tracks that will run their season openers this weekend weather permitting of course. We’ll be back in the studio today so be sure to come back tomorrow to see who we are able to get to chat with.
 
Now let’s chat more about what is new on the Audio Page starting with my favorite racing columnist who always has something to say. Ernie Saxton talks about his April Fool’s Day column in AARN, Grandview’s opener on Saturday and what is happening in big time racing all across the country. Good stuff as always! 
 
Danny Serrano previews the Doug Hoffman Memorial this Sunday at Bridgeport Speedway as well as many other activities taking place this season. 

 
Wednesday, April 1st 2015
   New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Ryan Godown talks about his plans to race this coming weekend and New Egypt and Bridgeport.
Chip Burdick reminds fans about the racecar show at Salmon Run Mall and Can Am’s banquet.
 
Be sure to stay on your toes today as it is April Fool’s Day. I am sure that you’ll see a news story somewhere along the way today that will make you say, “Really?” Keep in mind what day it is and be ready.
 
Of course we don’t play that way here so be sure to check out the new stuff we have today as we get ready for more racing this weekend. Some snow did hit our area yesterday so we hope your favorite track will stay dry and open soon.
 
I’ll be back in the studio today and will have more new stuff for you tomorrow so be sure to check back for that. I have some requests to get to and I’ll be trying to do those today. And if you have not heard from your favorite driver, send me an email at doug@dougsdirtdiary.com and I’ll get on it.
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you to listen to on the Audio Page for the first day of April. Ryan Godown talks about his plans to race this coming weekend and New Egypt and Bridgeport as well as the new trailer he’ll be getting ready later this week. 
 
Chip Burdick reminds fans about the racecar show at Salmon Run Mall running through this Saturday, Can Am’s banquet on April 11th and wonders about their season opener. By the way, the tracks new website is at www.canammotorsportspark.com.

 
     
 
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