Doug Meyers is at the Arnot Mall Car Show with Outlaw Speedway, promoting his own small-scale track and the street stock he sponsors as practice dates loom on the horizon.
Racing is back in the forecast! We welcome Tyler Siri on to discuss the upcoming Outlaw opener, and look ahead to opening action at Canandaigua Motorsports Park and Fulton Speedway.
We talk with Chuck Winslow, the most successful driver in the Street Stock division this summer at Outlaw Speedway and cover the local results from the past weekend.
We take a look at two busy racing weekends: first, we catch up with Cory Reed regarding the Duel at the Demon at Brewerton Speedway. That card features the Modifieds and Super DIRTcar Series. Black Rock Speedway follows as PR coordinator Steven Ovens gives us a look at the Onyx Weekend, showcasing the Crate Sportsman division.
This week, we preview the upcoming Outlaw 200 at Fulton Speedway wtih GM Cory Reed, and catch up Jeff Hachmann for a Super DIRT Week Update.
We catch up with 410 regular Ryan Smith and look back at the season finales at the local tracks.
Dan Cohen offers a field report on the USAC Eastern Storm live from New Egypt Speedway in New Egypt, NJ and then we catch up with Dan Harpell following the cancellation of the RoC Dirt Series event at Yates County Speedway.
This week, we catch up with Fonda Promoter Matt DeLorenzo, and then Mike Mahaney about the season. We also recap racing on television, and find Chris’ missing Chrysler.
This week, we have first-time visitor Adam Buchanan – the announcer of Fulton and Brewerton Speedway – on to announce his new position as series announcer for the Go Nuclear Late Model Tour. Then, we welcome Go Nuclear Tour Director Shayne Tenace on to discuss the upcoming season, and then catch up with the newly-named promoter of Black Rock Speedway, Dan Harpell. Dan announced a date at Black Rock for the Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints.
Matt Tanner stops by for his first 31st Lap visit to discuss the upcoming Empire Super Sprints event, scheduled for Saturday April 6 at Selinsgrove Speedway. We also get into it over Tyler Walker’s rumored full time ride in the wake of his alleged drug problems and conflicts.
Baumes: Steve Paine (Canandaigua), Bobby Varin (Fonda), Jeff Strunk (Big Diamond).
Rich: Danny Johnson (Canandaigua), Brett Hearn (Fonda), Ryan Godown (Big Diamond).
Mike: Matt Sheppard (Canandaigua), Stewart Friesen (Fonda), Duane Howard (Big Diamond).
Chris: Jimmy Phelps (Canandaigua), Mike Mahaney (Fonda), Billy Pauch (Big Diamond).
On our first outing of the season, we are welcomed to the Seneca Lake Duck Hunter’s Association in Penn Yan.
We fought up hill to start, but enjoyed the company of Empire Super Sprints’ Dean Reynolds and Lance Yonge, got the update from down in Volusia from DIRTcar’s Jeff Hachmann, talked scheduling with Black Rock Speedway owner Dean Hoag, chatted about the BRP Can-Am Late Models with Gary Montgomery, discussed racing history with Bob Miller, and his new historical dvd. We also caught up with Johnny Moravec and his racing career, then met up with Creekside Entertainment about their DJ Services.
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