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Thursday, September 26th 2019
    New on the Audio Page for today:

Jimmy Phelps previews the shows in Weedsport and talks about racing this Saturday in Canandaigua.
Rocky Warner reflects on his championship season and looks forward to the Fonda 200 on Saturday
In the latest Doug’s Thoughts I go over my plans including a change for this year’s Super DIRT Week.

I had another busy day on Wednesday as I got work done in the studio, firmed up my plans for the next few weeks and still had time to visit my youngest daughter Katie’s open house. It was a busy day but a fun one so it’s all good here.

I’ll be in the studio again today before taking Friday off to hang with friends and get out of the house. We’ll be racing with the Dirt Modified Nostalgia Tour on Saturday and Allie is moving up in class. Our whole family will be there and I’m sure we’ll have fun although I doubt Allie will be winning any heat races again anytime soon although with the way she’s coming along...who knows?

Now let’s chat more about what is on the Audio Page for today beginning with a look at a big race for the karts taking place this weekend. Jimmy Phelps previews the shows in Weedsport including the two karts shows this weekend, the Super DIRT Week race on October 9th and talks about racing this Saturday at Land of Legends Raceway in Canandaigua. 

Rocky Warner reflects on his championship season, gives us some tips on getting around the track at his Saturday home and looks forward to the Fonda 200 this Saturday.  

In the latest Doug’s Thoughts I go over my plans for this weekend, the next and explain why I am making a big change on what I am covering for year’s Super DIRT Week.   

 
Wednesday, September 25th 2019
    New on the Audio Page for today:

Alan Johnson explains how he picked up his 2nd win of the season last Saturday at Outlaw Speedway.
Tim McColman talked about his Nostalgia win last weekend in Brighton Speedway’s Applefest.
Paul Cole previews this weekend’s Jerry Haers Memorial in Canandaigua and explains the format.

I had another busy day on Tuesday and solidified my plans for the next three weekends. I got a lot done in the studio and can’t wait to get back to the track this Saturday for one more time with Allie as she will officially move up from the Nostalgia class to the Modified division.

I’ll have a Doug’s Thoughts up on my plans as I am waiting to hear about credentials to one of those events. I’ll be changing things up this year and since I am no longer writing for the local paper I can do what I want for a change. It’s gonna be fun and I am excited about it so it’s all good! Matter of fact it’s great!

Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page today starting with a driver who was busy in his shop when we chatted on Monday. Alan Johnson explains how he picked up his 2nd win of the season last Saturday at Outlaw Speedway, describes the concerns he had while out front and looks ahead to three big weekends of racing in a row starting Saturday at Land of Legends. 

Tim McColman talked about his Nostalgia win last weekend in Brighton Speedway’s Applefest, talked about what he learned in his first season in a full size car and looks ahead to a move up in 2020. 

Paul Cole previews this weekend’s Jerry Haers Memorial race in Canandaigua and explains the format for the build your bank challenge while looking forward to the first race of the DIRTcar Sportsman Fall Championship Series.  

 
Tuesday, September 24th 2019
    New on the Audio Page for today:

Chris Raabe tells me about his Modified win in the 75 lapper during Applefest at Brighton Speedway.
Joe Trenca explains how he swept the weekend winning twice at Outlaw and why he likes the track.
Tony Veneziano reports on the World of Outlaw Sprint Cars from Dodge City Raceway Park in Kansas.

I had a nice day on Monday as I got some work done in the studio and did some voice tracks for the next Short Track Super Series race from Georgetown Speedway in Delaware. Paul Szmal and I will one again call the action while Mike Mallett and Mimi Lazzaro cover the pit area. We had a blast covering the Blast at the Beach and I hope you like what we did. More on that when the air date gets closer.

I’ll be back in the studio today as I still have a long list of folks to call. Both kids have things they are doing tonight so I’ll be a taxi service later on hopefully after I get some more work done on the mic.

Now let’s chat about the new stuff you guys can listen to on the Audio Page right now as we review action from this past weekend from, New York State, the Midwest and Canada. Chris Raabe tells me about his Modified win in the 75 lapper during Applefest at Brighton Speedway, explains why he adapted his line for the daytime conditions and wonders if he may be done for the season. 

Joe Trenca explains how he swept the weekend winning twice at Outlaw Speedway, wonders why he seems to do so well at the track and how his time with the Syracuse Quarter Midget Club helps him today. 

Tony Veneziano reports on the World of Outlaw Sprint Cars from Dodge City Raceway Park in Kansas, how close the point’s battles are in the top ten and looks forward to the series moving east this week.  

 
Monday, September 23rd 2019
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Demetrios Drellos tells me how he won his first ever Super DIRTcar Series race Saturday in Malta.
Tommy Collins Jr. talked about his weekend at Outlaw Speedway as he won one of three races.
In my latest Doug’s Thoughts I get reflective on how far Allie has come in 3 years thanks to racing.   

What a great weekend it was. I hope you guys had as much fun as we did. With racing far away this weekend I stayed home and had a normal weekend doing things that most non-racing people do all the time. It was great as the weather was nice but now I am ready to get back at it and get dirty with y’all this weekend.

I got some work done in the studio and in the process set up more stuff for today as well so be sure to come back. Plus we’ll be looking for your input as well so don’t be shy. And we’ll also be looking to see who is getting ready for some big late season races including Super DIRT Week of course.

Now let’s chat more about what we have for you to listen to on the Audio Page starting with a driver who had his best race night ever this past weekend. Demetrios Drellos tells me how he won his first ever Super DIRTar Series race Saturday at Albany Saratoga, how hard the team worked after a wreck on Thursday night and how he stayed “aggressively patient” in the closing laps. Congratulations everyone! 

Tommy Collins Jr. talked about his weekend at Outlaw Speedway as he won one of the three races he was a part of, explained how he passed a young driver for the lead on Saturday and runs down his busy schedule for the rest of 2019.   

In my latest Doug’s Thoughts I get reflective on how far Allie has come in 3 years thanks to racing, remember how helpless we felt after finding out what was wrong and how well our plan worked out. Who would have thought right?  
 
Sunday, September 22nd 2019
   New on the Audio Page for today:

Tim Hegarty talked about his 1st year running a Vintage Modified chassis and getting his son involved.
Dorian Wahdan spoke about his battle damaged Sportsman and how much he’ll race late in the season.

What a great weekend this has turned out to be huh? And we have one more beautiful day on tap for today before our second summer ends sometime tomorrow. But it also sounds like we might get some nice storms today too. Hey, at least they are not on a race day.

I have been so swamped with busy work here and in taking the kids to the various places they need to be at so I was unable to get things done yesterday as I had hoped. But I’ll be back tomorrow with some studio stuff as well as a Doug’s Thoughts on how well my plan to use racing to fix Allie’s anxiety issues has worked so much better than I ever could have thought. That will be up tomorrow.

Now let’s chat more about what is up today on the Audio Page with my final interviews from the can before we re-load today. Tim Hegarty talked about his first year running a Vintage Modified chassis, why he decided to put together an Ovid Doiron tribute car and getting his son involved somewhere down the road. 

Dorian Wahdan spoke about how he is doing in his second year in college, his battle damaged Sportsman and how much he’ll race late in the season.  

 
Saturday, September 21st 2019
    New on the Audio Page for today: 

 Davey Sammons talked about his Modified win at New Egypt last Saturday and some motor issues.
Karl Spoonhower Jr. described some changes for next year at Thunder Mountain and some new clay.

I had a great day on Friday as I got to do some active things and somehow my foot and back were fine. They are feeling a little tight now a few hours later but it was so much fun although I wonder if I’ll pay for it today.

Speaking of today we’ll be back in the studio this afternoon and running around to do some errands as well. I want to thank Gary Rowe, Bicknell Racing Products and Ransomville Speedway for their continued support. Without them and other like them this website would not be here. Thank you so much for your help!

Now let’s chat more about what is new for today on the Audio Page beginning with a winner from one week ago today. Davey Sammons talked about his Modified win at New Egypt last Saturday, described some motor issues they had to take care of and why the handling on his car changed with 10 laps to go. 

Karl Spoonhower Jr. described some changes for next year at Thunder Mountain, explained why the changes were made and looks forward to some new clay to be added this fall.  

 
Friday, September 20th 2019
   

New on the Audio Page for today:

Billy Van Pelt talks about his win in the Lyle Sherwood Memorial and why this was so special.
Tori Kaplin remembers her second place finish at Paradise and looks ahead to racing Limerock.
Pete MacDonald previews the rest of the season at New Egypt Speedway including this Saturday.

The great days just keep on coming don’t they? And the good news is that those great days should stay with us through the weekend. Albany Saratoga and Outlaw each have big shows locally so be sure to get out and support those racetracks this weekend.

I’ll be laying low continuing to get my leg better and will actually be doing something later today that should give me a better idea of where I am exactly. It will be fun and I hope it goes well.

I have three studio chats up for today and will be back tomorrow with more including one from last weekend as well. I’ll try to get some done before the day is out but will be back at it again tomorrow for sure.

Now let’s chat more about what is new for today on the Audio Page starting with a big winner from this past weekend. Billy Van Pelt talks about his win in the Lyle Sherwood Memorial at Woodhull Raceway, why this victory was so special and looks ahead to a weekend off from racing before a busy stretch later.   

Tori Kaplin remembers her second place finish at Paradise Speedway in her 600 Micro Sprint, tells me where the leader was just a bit better than she was and looks ahead to racing Limerock this Friday & Saturday. 

Pete MacDonald previews the rest of the season at New Egypt Speedway including the crowning of champions this Saturday as well as some of the non-racing shows they have left.  
 
     
 
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