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.
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.
On this episode, Rich Post is reunited with his brother Mitch Post, and Mike Mallett returns after his summer of travel. Josh Decker stops in to talk about his first career derby win in Fulton, Jeff Hachmann of DIRTcar stops in for a chat about Super DIRT Week, we announce our Super DIRT Week plans and J.J. Yeley stops in for his second time through the 31st Lap. Stuntman Chris Morena and Mr. Sprint Car Champion Kyle Larson also makes some time for us.
We are giving away Super DIRT Week tickets every Thursday night through SUPER DIRT WEEK! Thanks to Jeff Hachmann and DIRTcar Northeast!
Matt Guererri won this week’s tickets; Thursday at RWR – World of Outlaws Late Models and 358 Mod SDS – 2 tickets to that event! 1st correct answer thru twitter: First Driver to Break 100 mph average speed at Syracuse? Wes Moody.
In an adventurous 35th episode, we welcome a total of six guests to the program! Vic Coffey is expected to be on, along with sit-in co-host Justin Henderson, Dan Harpell, Cody Bleau, Cory Reed and Luke Whitteker.
Justin backed up his first co-host endeavor with a win in Saturday’s heat and Sportsman feature at Canandaigua Motorsports Park. Dan Harpell stops by to pump the July 11 RoC event at Black Rock Speedway and Cory Reed stops in to talk about Tony Stewart’s appearance at Brewerton Speedway on July 18. Coffey chats up Canandaigua Motorsports Park, and Cody Bleau stops in to talk about his season at Fonda Speedway.
Driver of the Week: Justin Henderson, as co-host and winner (by default)
And we also fielded our third-ever call-in guest, DanDan from Dirt Track Digest’s forums!
Many thanks to DIRTcar and Rolling Wheels Raceway management for all their help, promotion and cooperation in making the Tom Ames Dedication to Racing event Tuesday July 3 at Rolling Wheels. It was a memorable event that was most appropriate in honoring Tom, a dear friend to the racing community and a dyed-in-the-wool supporter of the full-fender racers.
We’ll be live from Amy’s Checkered Flag on July 12. Make sure you stop in and say hi! The guest list includes (by phone) Bobby Allison, Mike McLaughlin, and Buzzie Reutimann, and in-person: Tom Fletcher, Stu Sheppard, John McArdle, John Podolak, Dave Rauscher, Bobby Parrow, Mike Stelter, Chuck Ciprich, Rollie Velte, Ron Narducci and many more. Racecars are welcome!
In a twist, Justin Henderson joins Dean Reynolds in studio while Mike Mallett and John Baumes are off chasing racecars. Rich was out at a Soccer game. We visit with John Lazore of Mohawk International, Lance Yonge (2003, 04 ESS Champion), and Oswego two-seat SuperModified coordinator Roy Sova. Watch our most recent episode on FingerLakes1.tv | Listen on Stitcher
Lance won the last sanctioned race at Rolling Wheels, and is currently tied with Mal Lane for third with 36 career ESS wins. He’s looking forward to the July 3 event at Rolling Wheels, running in conjunction with the Tom Ames Dedication to Racing full-fendered event.
John Lazore talks about the challenges of renovating and running a racetrack, and discusses a different approach to promotions, being a former driver himself.
Roy Sova discusses the two-seater, and the Make A Wish program that will be working with an area youngster this weekend.
Larry Wight was schedule, but after a tough outing with the Late Model, we could not reach him and hope to get with him down the line.
Don’t forget the Live show July 12 at Amy’s Checkered Flag, and next week we’ll welcome Vic Coffey and Cody Bleau.
Welcome to the first of four episodes presented by Finish Line Web Design. In what will be our busiest episode yet, we welcome Joey Saldana, Jimmy Davis, and Shane Andrews through the course of the evening. We also break the news of the date and location of our upcoming live remote.
We”ll be live for a pre- and post-race show at Utica-Rome Speedway on Memorial Day.
Joey Saldana particiapted in the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series event at Rolling Wheels Wednesday Night.
Jimmy Davis talks about his win at Utica Rome and the coming season.
‘The Voice’ Shane Andrews talks about his new home at Canandaigua Motorsports Park, and his upcoming point-of-view change as he prepares to announce Saturday’s 30+ car compact derby from the passenger seat of one of the competitor’s cars.