A recap of the weekend’s derby action, including winners Andy Wolfanger (Chautauqua County) and James Brown (Ontario County).
More results from around the country… Live in studio with Andy Lee and Ian Doyle, following Seneca County. A look ahead to Dunkirk and Broome County and more!
This week, we take a look at the county fair level as both Livingston County Fair (Caledonia, NY) and Trumbull County Fair in Ohio prepare for action Saturday. Kenny Swingle and Andy Wolfanger come in and talk about the Caledonia Crash and Jam Festival, a reboot of the Livingston County Fair’s derby card with a little twist to the build and a change of date. Trumbull dicussion will be led by Jeremy Hejduk of DerbyDog Productions.
This week, we have a free form Tuesday episode as we come back from vacation. This week, we have a free form Tuesday episode as we come back from vacation. We also catch up with Joey St. Mary about the upcoming events in Malone, NY during the Franklin County Fair.
This week, we roll out some new projects, and discuss Metal Mayhem 2016 with winner Vic Whaley Jr, and then talk with CNY regular Mark Benjamin, who won his fifth straight stock class feature at the annual Bath Father’s Day show. This year, the show was held under new leadership, and dubbed the Summer Smash.
We welcome 2015 Wreckless Warrior Tour Champion Cory Roman to discuss his title-winning campaign. Then, we talk with lead tech inspector Chris Firster about the rigorous 2015 season. We finish with a preview of the Kings of Old School, livestreamed right here on Fingerlakes1.tv this weekend, and cap it talking with Tommy Woodbury about his run to the win in Hopkinton, VT’s $7,500 state championship.
Our first of what will be many compact specials with Guy Raymond, Brad Cline, Kenny Kuehn and Mike Felice
This week, we put the focus of the Crash Course on Imperials; why they’re so hated, so loved, and so much fun to drive. Fulton Night of Fire and Destruction winner Josh Buell joins Broome County Modified Division winner Rich Predmore, Josh Decker, Eric Remington and our hosts for an hour-long Imperial bonanza.
In our premier episode, we talk about the story of the summer in Central New York with Josh Decker, one of those involved in the legendary fight at Yates County in July.
From there, we talk to Yates County 2013 Champion Austin Manciocchi, and chat with both Decker and Manciocchi about the new rules implemented for the Keuka Clash, scheduled for July 8, 2014.
We also catch up with Wade Sikkink with DerbyParts.com to discus the national spectrum and what direction the sport is going: toward weld shows, or back toward stock events.