New on the Audio Page for today:
Blane Smith talks about his season at Canandaigua and teaching his teenage son how to race.
Darren Forbes remembers his racing days and talks about helping his son in a 600 Micro Sprint.
The weekend is here and what a weekend it promises to be. For a lot of folks this weekend is all about working on racecars as The Chili Bowl begins in just a few days. And some racers are very busy in their shops as the start of the new year brings a certain amount of pressure to get that racecar done to be ready for the start of a new season.
On the site today we have a pair of racing dads who have been able to share tier love of racing with their sons and in the process have even more fun than they did when they first started. Both of these are good and within the next few weeks we’ll chat with the sons and get their take on racing with dad.
Plus tomorrow we’ll visit with Sportsman racer Nick Krause who is picking up his first brand new racecar today. And we will be back in the studio after I go and pick up a new bowling ball and try it out. It’s been probably about four years since I have done that so it is probably about time. Just like racecars, there is nothing like new.
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page starting with a stock car racing veteran. Blane Smith talks about his season at Canandaigua in a Pure Stock, teaching his teenage son how to race in the same division and realities of racing with just one leg. I’ll bet some of you didn’t know that did you?
Darren Forbes remembers his racing days in the Dwarf/Mod Lite division, explains why he got out of motocross earlier in life and talks about helping his son in a 600 Micro Sprint.