Courtesy Dirt Motorsports PR
October 12, 2005 Hamilton, Ontario The Dual Airbags returned from Super DIRT Week with three new shows now available at www.oval1.com.
The Airbags, Clinton Geoffrey and Adam Ross, hosted two live shows in the infield of the Moody Mile at Super DIRT Week presented by Lucas Oil Products, Old Forge Powersports, Merrittville Speedway and Ohsweken Speedway.
Bolstering the events were superstar guests Brett Hearn, Tim Fuller, Billy Decker, Andy Bachetti, car owners Randy Ross and John Wight and DIRT Technical director Martin Willis along with special guest host Timmy McCreadie.
"We definitely exceeded our expectations," said show co-creator Geoffrey. "We judge the success by the crowd that gathers, and we stopped traffic on both days."
Sunday's show featuring guest host McCreadie - along with a panel of guests including Ross, Wight and Willis - started with a bang when McCreadie questioned DIRT's technical staff and knowledge.
"We should have thought of using a panel of guests a long time ago," said Ross. "We didn't have a whole lot to do once we got the ball rolling.
"I hope the fans enjoyed the different perspectives as much as we did."
The controversial ending to this year's Super DIRT Week prompted the Airbags to record a special edition program. The third SDW Dual Airbags show features comments on DIRT's decision to postpone the event by Stewart Friesen, Vic Coffey, Jeff Brownell and former DIRT race director Cory Reed.
Reed also discusses the Eastern States Weekend coming up at Orange County Fair Speedway and his first season away from DIRT Motorsports in many years.
Next week's follow-up program will feature more feedback from DIRT's major players on the rescheduling of the remaining 148 laps of the Eckerd Drugs 200 for November 5th.
The shows can be heard at www.oval1.com by following the Dual Airbags links. As always they are absolutely free.