This week, we welcome Steve Pesarek to the 31st Lap, with car chief Billy Twist. Pesarek and Twist will be launching an assault again this year, with the plans of running a full crate late model in the Northeast. Pesarek has seen a resurgence in his career, spending time away from racing before a return to Canandaigua’s Pro Stock Class. Last year, the 69-year old pilot compiled seven wins.
A full house welcomes Mike’s return to the 31st Lap Studio. Jimmy Blewett stops in to talk about his two-win weekend, taking dirt modified wins Thursday at Bridgeport and then backed that up Saturday at New Egypt. We also catch up with DIRTcar NE Marketing Director Jeff Hachmann, and a local race fan calls in to give his perspective on Rolling Wheels.
Tonight, we welcome a full house back to the studio (minus Mike), to chat with Pete Stefanski (Pro Stock winner from Utica-Rome) and the winner from East Bay Raceway in Floriday, Buzzie Reutimann. Reutimann is a 1997 Dirt Motorsports Hall of Fame inductee.
This week, RaceChaserOnline.com writer and Creekside Entertainment Emcee Steven Ovens makes his first visit to the 31st Lap, and then we catch up with RaceChaserOnline.com founder Tom Baker to talk a little bit about his career and the direction of his newly formed website. At the end of the show, we catch up with Paul Kinney, one of the many sprint car drivers involved in the horrific crash that overshadowed the 360 Smoke Shootout Tuesday night at Canandaigua Motorsports Park.
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