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  • 01:57

    LOW DOWN AND DIRTY 1/5/2016

    in Radio

    Low Down and Dirty is Living on Tulsa Time these days. With all eyes on Tulsa, Oklahoma for this past weekend’s Shootout and next week’s Chili Bowl our show will be full of results and previews of Tulsa.


    Our local guys did great this past weekend at the Shootout and we have two of them on the show to talk about it. Eddie Strada and James Morris represented PA in a big way and we will hear about the racing and there chase for the Golden Driller Trophy.


    Also in the chase for a Golden Driller next week as the Chili Bowl event takes center stage in Tulsa is Pennsylvania standout Tyler Brehm. He will be in the Steve Buckwalter prepared midget for his assault on one of the biggest races of the year.

  • 01:59

    Low Down and Dirty 12/22/2015

    in Radio

    The indoor season is in full swing and our local events will be coming up soon. Len Sammons will be with us to update us on all the events in Allentown, Atlantic City and Trenton. Also just around the corner is the 31st edition of the Pioneer Pole Buildings Motorsports 2016.at the Philadelphia Expo Center from January 22-24.


    We are staying indoors with our next guests also. The Tulsa Shootout in Tulsa, Oklahoma is the largest event for micro sprint racing in the country. Going into the 31st year of this prestigious event, many drivers dream of bringing home the Golden Driller. Leading our contingent from the east will be Hyper Racing our of Lewisberry, PA. We will have J.D. Esh and Tyler Walton on from Hyper to give us the low down on this event scheduled for next week in Oklahoma.

  • 01:29

    Trucking Open Forum- Blocking Fair Wages for Truckers

    in Current Events

    Just as the Denham Amendment attempted, but failed, to prevent Fair wages for truckers in last years Highway Bill known as the FAST ACT, once again the large motor carriers (ATA) have managed to slip in the same exact provision into H.R. 4441, the Aviation Innovation, Reform, and Reauthorization Act, otherwise known as the FAA Reauthorization Bill.


    The Act was introduced by the House of Representatives. The “AIRR” Act as it is called, is a bill designed to authorize aviation programs, but on pp 256-258, Title VI, Sec 611, labeled Federal Authority, the attack on driver wages was slipped in by these members of the U.S House of Transportation Committee.


    Listen to our last show explaining the dangers of the Denham Amendment and read more via OOIDA's Fighting for Truckers page.


    We believe this attack on wages exploits new CDL drivers. Attorney Christina Humphrey is our guest who will discuss Section A and B of the provisions within the FAA Reauthorization Bill.


    347-826-9170 and press"1" to join the conversation.

  • 01:57

    Low Down and Dirty 2/2/2016

    in Radio

    The anticipated opening of the “New and Improved” Susquehanna Speedway is just around the corner. Beginning with a Saturday, March 26 opener of Super Sportsman, forty-one races are on the schedule that will run through the season-ending Final Showdown for 410 Sprints in early November. Kolten Gouse the new general manager of Susquehanna Speedway will be on the show to tell us all about what is coming up this season.


    We are very pleased to have Arynne Moody on the show. The newly crowned Ms Motorsports 2016 has officially attended her first event in her new capacity and we are eager to hear all about it. Tune in and get to know Arynne and hear what she has planned as Ms Motorsports.


    And here ya go another new thing happening this coming season. The Lanco's Clyde Martin Memorial Speedway will be hosting a USAC midget show co-sanctioned with ARDC. On August 16th the small town of Newmanstown, PA will host the mighty midgets, surely a show not to be missed. Barry Angstadt will be calling in to tell us how this all came about.


     

  • 01:58

    Low Down and Dirty 1/26/2016

    in Radio

    We will be LIVE at the shop of Ryan Taylor 410 Sprint Car ace out of Huffs Church, PA.  Ryan is a weekly competitor at the Port Royal speedway with his sharp looking #20. He released some big news last week as he announced he will be driving weekly at Williams Grove Speedway for a new team out of the Harrisburg PA area.


    Ryan will be driving for a team being put together by Don Reem. Don is the owner of two successful auto care businesses in the Harrisburg, PA area. He operates Don’s Performance Corner and is expanding his business into Sprint Cars. Don’s Performance is a J&J Chassis dealer. We hope to have Don on the show also.

  • 01:56

    Low Down and Dirty 1/19/2016

    in Radio

    Our local guys did great at the Chili Bowl and we will get you up to date on all of that plus we have the President of ARDC Wayne Lesher with us. Wayne is going to cover all the America Racing Drivers Club news plus bring us up to speed on the packed schedule of midget races for 2016. 


    Also on the show we will have Alex Bright from Collegville PA fresh off the trip to the Chili Bowl. Alex had an exciting trip with a prelim win and a crazy Saturday night feature. We are sure Alex will have some great stories to tell from this one.

  • 02:01

    Low Down and Dirty 11/10/2015

    in Radio

    Another World Finals Charlotte in the books. It was a great trip for the Low Down and Dirty gang. We didn't see as much racing as we wanted but what we did see was crazy.


    One guy that enjoyed the trip was sprint car driver Chase Dietz from Central PA. Chase posted this yesterday "It was an amazing experience being able to race at the WoO World Finals. The atmosphere was like none other."  We can't agree more. Chase will be with us to talk about his Charlotte experience in the Scott Gobrecht #44.


    Show will be broadcast from Corporate Headquarters in downtown Bechtelsville PA.


    Tune in at 8pm Tuesday night.

  • 02:01

    Low Down and Dirty 10/27/2015

    in Radio

    So we all know the Pauch name is synonymous with dirt track racing. Mostly from the driving side. But now the Pauch name is being heard from on the public relations and correspondent side of the business. Mandee Pauch is the 22 year old daughter of the legendary race car driver Billy Pauch. She has studied public relations at Rider University and is currently working the PR side of the racing business part time.  She set off a little bit of a fire storm last week with a blog article “85 Ideas Every Racetrack Should Try” take a look at: http://mandeepauch.com/2015/10/22/85-ideas-every-racetrack-should-try/#more-147  Mandee will be with us to talk about this blog article and the feedback she has received since it was posted.


    In other big news last week Georgetown Speedway in the great state of Delaware has a new promotor/operator for the 2016 season. Brett Deyo signed a lease agreement to operate the “Historic Georgetown Speedway” under the BD Motorsports Media LLC banner next year. A limited schedule of unique and special events will take place next season at the storied half-mile clay oval located just off the heavily traveled Route 113 corridor. Brett will be with us to give us the low down on what he has in store for this facility and the Short Track Super Series Fueled By Hi-Tek.


     

  • 01:19

    The Down Low - Classic cheaters mistakes

    in Entertainment

    Join Sierra Devi And Lola Lane Friday at 11-pm est for The Down Low on Dollhouse Radio 


    To join the conversation live dial 646-595-4038 and press 1 or login in to the chat room below. 


    This Friday's topic is 


    Classic Cheaters Mistakes 


    Lipstick on the collar, smelling like perfume, or leaving your phone un locked an notifications on are just one of the most common ways people are caught. We will discuss some of the crazy ways people are caught cheating.

  • 01:54

    The Wages Of Sin

    in Christianity

    When I think of wages I think of pay, money, earnings. Many times because of God love, his grace, and mercy we don't get the right pay for the job. Yet in the end it all sums up and we will get the total amount due to us. For the wages of sin is death but the gift of God through Jesus Christ has made it possible for us to escape what the total sum should be at the ending. The Believer understand repentanceis very important daily as often as we remember.

  • 01:58

    Low Down and Dirty 12/08/2015

    in Radio

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