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Monday, December 21st 2015
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Tyler Siri reviews his six win season as well as his weekly racing at Black Rock and Five Mile.
Jack Meeks talks about his championship season and how he really got things going in August.

I got another good day of work in on Sunday and will still be back tomorrow with more new stuff. I figure we’ll go with the best of interviews month by moth starting on Wednesday as I do have something special saved for tomorrow.

I still have a lot to do to get ready for Christmas and need to get going on some of that today after I finish my work. I’ll have a new column for Tuesday and then will take a week off to spend some time with the family over the holidays.

Now let’s chat more about what we have on the Audio Page with a pair of Season in Review interviews up for today. Tyler Siri reviews his six win season in a Modified as well as his weekly racing at Black Rock and Five Mile Speedways.

Jack Meeks talks about his championship season in a Sportsman at Brewerton, how his past at Evans Mills helped and how he really got things going in August.  

 
Sunday, December 20th 2015
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Mitch Gibbs reviews his three win season at I-88 and talks about what he does in his Man Cave.
Darwin Greene remembers his season at Fonda and I-88 where he wrecked after a feature win.

I got a lot done on Saturday while my oldest daughter had a bunch of her friends over for her 13th birthday party. While they were downstairs whopping it up my cat and I hung out in the studio watching golf and doing interviews. Yep, it worked out well.

Up on the site today is one of the chats I did yesterday and I was able to put two in the can for release later this week. The Season in Review with Jack Meeks will air on Monday and Joe Marotta’s chat will air on the last day of new stuff which will be either Wednesday or Thursday.

Then we’ll switch to our own Season in Review as we look back at the top five downloaded interviews month by month. I can’t wait to see who will make the top five this year and you can see for yourself as we’ll do all twelve months between Christmas and New Years. Again, I can’t wait!

Now let’s chat more about what we have for today on the Audio Page featuring Season in Review interviews with a pair of Modified drivers. Mitch Gibbs reviews his three win season at I-88, how fortunate he was to run every lap as well as the same front axle all year long and talks about what he does in his Man Cave. Color me jealous!!!  

Darwin Greene remembers his season at Fonda and I-88 where he wrecked after a feature win as well as the rough start he had at the beginning of the year.  

 
Saturday, December 19th 2015
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Steve Poirier remembers his championship with ESS and some of his 8 wins he earned in 2015
Casey Williams talks about his season that started in a Sprinter and ended in a Crate Sportsman.

I had a busy and productive day on Friday as I spent some time with the girls in the afternoon and then got to work in the studio. I did three interviews and put two of them up for today. And be sure to stop back tomorrow to hear from Darwin Greene, one of the nicest guys you’ll meet in this business.

I will be back in the studio again today as well as Sunday as I will try to get more new stuff for you until Monday or Tuesday when we will switch to our own Season in Review giving you the top five interviews from all twelve months this past year. I hope you enjoy them and I can’t wait to see who made the cut this time around.

Now let’s chat more about what we have on the Audio Page today as we look back at the season that was. Steve Poirier remembers his 6th career championship with ESS, some of his 8 wins he earned in 2015 and explains what his one superstition is on race day.  

Casey Williams talks about his abbreviated season that started in a 305 Sprinter and ended in a Crate Sportsman as well as what he plans to do in 2016.  

 
Friday, December 18th 2015
   New on the Audio Page for today:

Ernie Saxton and I talk about auto racing at the local and national levels as well as Grandview.

I had another busy day on Thursday as I ran around town shopping until dinner time. I was fortunate enough to catch Ernie Saxton for one of our chats where as always we jump all over the board. We talk about many forms of racing here and I hope you like listening to us talk as much as we like to.

It was my oldest daughter’s birthday as she if officially a teenager. Uh oh! But she is a great kid and has a real good head on her shoulders. We had a great time and tomorrow she will be having a party with some of her friends here at the house.

Today I will be buckling down and trying to do as many interviews as possible. I might be calling you so look out and be ready as I need to get a little ahead before we begin our best of’s starting next week.

Now let’s chat more about what we have for you today on the Audio Page. I only have one for you today but it is a good one with a man who has become a very good friend of mine.   Ernie Saxton and I talk about auto racing at the local and national levels as well as Grandview. As usual we jump all over the place in a conversation we hope you like.  


 
Thursday, December 17th 2015
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Doug Manmiller tells me about his new ride for Grandview and what he has planned for 2016.
Darryl Ruggles reviews his season in 305 and 360 Sprint Cars and remembers a two wreck night.

We had a busy day on Wednesday as I played catch up here at the house and in the home studio. I only had about an hour and a half do get interviews done but fortunately Doug and Darryl were able to give me some of their time and now we have those chats up for you today. Thanks guys for helping me out in a pinch.

Today should be a more normal day as we continue to do new stuff for a few more days before we switch to our top five interviews for each month as we remember the year that was here at Doug’s Dirt Diary.

Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page starting with some news from Pennsylvania. Doug Manmiller tells me about his new ride for Grandview, how close he came to a feature win at the track last season and what he has planned for 2016.  

Darryl Ruggles reviews his season in 305 and 360 Sprint Cars and remembers a two wreck night at Freedom as well as the trouble his family had planning a surprise party.  

 
Wednesday, December 16th 2015
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Vinnie Vitale talks about partnering up with Dale Planck for the 2016 and the team’s big goals.
Tony Veneziano reports on some news from PRI, the WoO schedule and the upcoming Chili Bowl.

Well I had an interesting 30 hours or so as we took care of a loved one but everything worked out great and we are back happy and all set once again. I can’t say enough about the people at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Syracuse who were great throughout the whole thing. Thanks to all those dedicated professionals who have one of the toughest jobs around. Thank you.

Fortunately before this happened I was ahead by a day and now we’ll hope to get enough done today to give you two more interviews tomorrow. I have a ton of stuff going on but I’ll do the best I can. And if you have some time today and want to help out just message me at doug@dougsdirtdiary.com.

Now let’s chat more about what we have for you today on the Audio Page starting with some news from Central New York. Vinnie Vitale talks about partnering up with Dale Planck for the 2016, what Planck’s role will be with and the team’s big goals for next year.    

Tony Veneziano reports on some news from PRI show in Indianapolis, the release of the World of Outlaws schedule for 2016 and the upcoming Chili Bowl.

 
Tuesday, December 15th 2015
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Billy Pauch Jr. reviews his 2015 season that saw him win twelve races in four different racecars.
Cory Barker talked about his 72 races this past season and how good it felt to win at three tracks.

It was a crazy day on Monday as I had to take a loved one to an emergency room yesterday. I must tell you that St. Joseph’s Hospital in Syracuse was great and they got us right in and we saw a doctor within minutes. As I type this up at 8 p.m. my wife is down there now and I will relieve her right after I finish typing this up.

We have a pair of really nice interviews for you today and both are Season in Reviews that I know you will like. And for all of you who sent the questions we are using please send me your address so I can get a t-shirt out to you. I have them now and they are ready to ship. Sorry for the delay!

And be sure to check us out tomorrow as we’ll find out about a new pairing for next year in central New York as I check in with Vinnie Vitale. So don’t miss that.

Now let’s chat more about what I have for you on the Audio Page starting with a very versatile second generation driver.

Billy Pauch Jr. reviews his 2015 season that saw him win twelve races in four different racecars and tells me about his hard crash at Fulton as well as doing double duty on Saturday nights.  

Cory Barker talked about his 72 races this past season, how good it felt to win at all three of his weekly tracks and the brand new car he has in his shop.    

 
     
 
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