We return home for the first episode of our second season, celebrating our one year anniversary after spending the last week on the road with Super DIRT Week. We welcome Brett Hearn, the winner of the VP Small Engine Fuels 200 to the show, along with third-place finisher Jimmy Phelp and finish up with a chat with Danny Tyler, the narrow winner of Brett Deyo’s Short Track Super Nationals.
Brett Hearn 22:00
Danny Tyler 40:00
Jimmy Phelps 53:00
This week, Mike Mahaney and Cory Reed stop by to talk about the Outlaw 200 at Fulton, scheduled for Saturday. Reed, the GM of the track, discusses the process of executing a show of this size. Mahaney won a guaranteed starting spot in winning the Fonda Season-ender, worth $12,000. Jeff Hachmann of DIRTcar Northeast then pops in to chat about the latest Super DIRT Week developments. Alex Bright comes in at the end to talk about his ARDC Win at New Egypt.
Mike Mahaney 14:00
Cory Reed 35:00
One of our first-ever guests – two-time Super DIRT Week Champion Stewart Frisen – returns to talk about his season, which thus far includes a coveted track title at Fonda Speedway. We also catch up with Jeff Hachmann to talk about Super DIRT Week developments at Cayuga County Fair Speedway and Canandaigua Motorsports Park and Shawn Donath returns to the 31st Lap following his run from 19th to the win with the Empire Super Sprints at Utica-Rome Speedway.
Tonight, we welcome the Guererri family to the 31st Lap.
Paul Guererri picked up his 31st career win at Canandaigua Motorsports Park. We catch up with him before Nick Guererri, and then Matt Guererri. Matt is a regular in the sportsman divison at Canandaigua Motorsports Park after moving out of the New Legends division last year. Frankie Guererri Jr. rounds out the quartet, and talks about his weekly battles in the New Legends Sportsman and pro stock ranks.