Tag Archives: Rolling Wheels Raceway Park

Episode 44 ..::.. Memorable Weekend

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.

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The Big Blocks will be on parade Sept 10 beginning at Medley Center in Syracuse. Check DIRTcar.com for details.

Hachmann 12:00
Donath 32:00
Friesen 49:00

Episode 42 .::. Step on it, and Go!

In a full show, we welcome esteemed guest Derak Covey, the track photographer at Utica-Rome Speedway and Fonda Speedway. Derak spent the whole night on the mic, and was part of the interviews with Frank Cozze, Matt Sheppard, and Kreig Heroth. Cozze, after winning Super DIRT Week moved to 410 sprints. He was third behind Daryn Pittman and Logan Schuchart at New Egypt Speedway. Sheppard won the Race of Champions Dirt Tour event Wednesday night at Utica-Rome Speedway. By way of two straight wins, Heroth sewed up his first career track championship in the Small Block Super Modified division at Oswego Speedway.
Episode 42
Cozze 19:00
Hachmann 36:00
Covey 55:00
Heroth 59:00
Sheppard 1:32:00

Congrats to Stewart Frisen on winning the Summer Nationals at Ransomville, and the 2012 Track Championship at Five Mile Point.

Episode 31 ..::.. No BS, No Politics

John thought it would be more fun to sit at home and watch the Prelude to The Dream on pay-per-view, the all-star late model event at Eldora Speedway that precedes the fabled ‘Late Model Dream.’ Chris cannot blame him at all.

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Logan Schuchart stands as one of the hardest-to-book guests we’ve had, and we finally welcome him to the 31st Lap in this Episode.

We also catch up with Brett Deyo about the Clash at the Can event coming up June 12 at Penn Can Speedway, chat about trying to get Jarrett Andretti and catch up with Sportsman runner Dylan Evoy.

Keep an eye out for The 31st Lap Sponsorship at the Clash at the Can; we’ll pick up the pit pass for the 31st Starter. If 31 cars don’t start, we’ll pick up the pit pass for the leader of lap 31.

We’ll also debate the point: should Kurt Busch be done at this point, or no? (Link to video)

Logan Schuchart: 15:00
Brett Deyo: 35:00
Dylan Evoy: 1:03:00

Driver of the Week: Justin Henderson, carrying The 31st Lap decal to two wins at Canandaigua Motorsports Park!

The 31st Lap decals went to victory lane several times at Canandaigua Motorsports Park!

Episode 26 ..::.. Dedication to Racing

We look at the upcoming schedule for Rolling Wheels Raceway, argue the value of handicapping versus open draws at weekly venues, and welcome multi-time 2012 winner Brett Hearn and first-time ESS winner Sammy Reakes IV to the program.Episode 26
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Sammy woke up Sunday with thinking his win was a dream and talks about his upcoming season in a 360 Sprint Car. Brett won his third straight at Lebanon Valley, and is the first driver to do that in 10 years. He also talks about the move of his ‘The Big One’ event to Albany-Saratoga.

In breaking news, Mike announces the Tom Ames Dedication to Racing event scheduled for full-fendered cars at Rolling Wheels Raceway July 3. The event will be for full-fendered cars, and will be 27 laps in distance, in honor of Tom’s favorite driver’s number, Danny Johnson (27J). DIRTcar is also working with Dirt Track Digest to make the event happen, and Mike expressed deep appreciation for that.