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Our show for Tuesday October 22nd, 2013
LIVE from McGilvery's in Speedway, Indiana!
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Our First Scheduled Guest
                      Greg Rakestraw 

A familiar face—rather, voice—has joined 1070 The Fan sports talk radio station full time.
Veteran sports broadcaster Greg Rakestraw on Monday became program director for the Emmis Communications Corp.-owned station, which officially goes by WFNI-AM 1070.
Greg has been a sports-talk mainstay in Indianapolis for nearly two decades.
Most recently, Greg has been working on a variety of freelance projects, and before that he was vice president of programming and content at cable television operation Home Town Sports Indiana.
The door opened for Rakestraw to get back into radio full time when Alan Furst left as program director at Emmis-owned WIBC-FM 93.1 in December. Furst joined a Houston all-news station to be closer to his ailing father and other family members.
After a national search, Emmis officials in April hired Fan Program Director David Wood to replace Furst as WIBC program director and local director of talk programming, said Bob Richards, Emmis Indianapolis operations manager, adding that he interviewed 30 candidates before promoting Wood.
During the hiring process to replace Furst at WIBC, many of the candidates also expressed interest in The Fan program director job. So did Rakestraw.
Our Third Scheduled Guest
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Our Second Scheduled Guest
                             Kyle O'Gara
Kyle has over 10 years of racing experience. While climbing the racing ladder to the United States Auto Club, Kyle O’Gara is a development driver for Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing, under the guidance and direction of Dave Fisher, Sarah’s father, who also brought Sarah up through the ranks.
O’Gara began his racing career at just four years old, racing karts at Whiteland Raceway Park. In his young age, he has participated in several .25 midget events, national karting events, captured three karting championships, and finished third in points in his first season racing in the USAC Midwest Ford Focus Midget Series last year. Kyle graduated from Roncalli High
School and resides in Indianapolis, Indiana.
While touring the USAC Mopar National and Regional Midget Series in 2011, Kyle’s other priority is his education. While being in several honor weighted classes, Kyle still maintains his posting on the honors list for his academic achievement.
Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing development driver Kyle O'Gara competed in the Lefty's Kids Club 100 at Auto Club Speedway -- the Firestone Indy Lights season finale on Oct. 19.
It was the second Firestone Indy Lights race for the 18-year-old Indianapolis resident through a partnership between Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing and Schmidt Peterson Motorsports. O'Gara's No. 67 entry will be sponsored by SFHR co-owner Wink Hartman and Hartman Oil.
Added Hartman: "As Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing grows, we always look for the opportunity to support the development of our drivers and team members. Kyle O'Gara is an important part of our team culture and has contributed greatly to our success on and off of the track."
Our Fourth Scheduled Guest
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