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Our show for Tuesday July 22nd, 2014
LIVE from McGilvery's in Speedway, Indiana!
The Show airs live starting at 7:00 p.m. ET.

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Our First Scheduled Guest
Doug Boles
Not since the days of a crushed stone track surface and helium balloon races has the Indianapolis Motor Speedway undergone so many changes.
From a revamped road course that will host its first IndyCar race on Saturday to capital improvements and the serious discussion of permanent lights at the facility, the iconic Speedway is in the midst of a major makeover.
Overseeing the various projects is IMS President Doug Boles, who in his 10 months on the job has arguably been the busiest president of the Speedway since the first, Carl Graham Fisher.
How have the upgrades helped the facility and improved the fan experience? The new scoring tower is getting ready to go for the upcoming two events. What will it provide to benefit the fans? How well received was the Grand Prix and were you pleased with the result? Then something that was added at the IMS..The SVRA Festival. Was IMS impressed with the event and will it continue for the future?
Our Third Scheduled Guest
                      Mark “Bones” Bourcier
Writer Bones Bourcier has covered automobile racing since 1976. He is a two-time winner of the “Miller Racing Award of Excellence,” one of motorsports journalism’s most coveted annual prizes, and a recipient of the “Frank Blunk Award”. A Connecticut native with a deep love for Northeast racing history, his book projects have included acclaimed biographies of drivers Richie Evans and Ed Flemke, the autobiography of driving icon Bugs Stevens, and a 50-year history of New York’s Utica-Rome Speedway. He also co-authored “True Speed: My Racing Life” with NASCAR and Indy Car champion Tony Stewart, and “Racing Safely, Living Dangerously” with safety innovator Bill Simpson.
The latest book is "The Peoples Choice"  is the story of the racing career of Dave Darland. The book will be available to purchase and have the author and Dave autograph it for you. The book sells for $24.95.
Our Second Scheduled Guest
                         Dave Darland 
  • 2011 Won the King of Indiana Sprint Series title
    • 2008 Won The Bob Darland Memorial Race in honor of his father.
    • 2007 Indiana Sprintweek Champion
    • 2002 USAC National Midget Series Champion[1]
    • 2001 USAC National Midget Series Champion
    • 2001 Indiana Sprintweek Champion
    • 1999 USAC National Sprint Car Series Champion
    • 1999 HARF "Driver of the Year"
    • 1997 USAC Silver Crown Series Champion
    • 1997 HARF Co-"Driver of the Year" with Tony Stewart
    • 1995 USAC Silver Crown Series "Most Improved Driver"
    • 1994 HARF "Driver of the Year"

    His personality and popularity with fans has earned him the nickname "The People's Champ"

  • Our Fourth Scheduled Guest
                         BJ Zacharias

    Fast Facts: 
    Three-time Rolex 24 starter with one podium (2001 in SRP II in a Lola). Six top-six finishes in six starts in Rolex series (GT) in 2002. SCCA Formula Atlantic national champion in 1998; SCCA Formula Continental national champion in 1997.

    Career Highlights: 
    Three-time Rolex 24 starter: finished third in SRP II in a Lola in 2001, driving more than 11 hours; fourth in GT and 11th overall in a Porsche 911GT3R in 2002; 18th in DP/37th overall in HyperSport DORAN Infiniti in 2005. Had six starts in Rolex series GT division in 2002 with Acemco Motorsports and was in the top six each time: fourth in Rolex 24; a fourth and a sixth at Watkins Glen; second at VIR; second in class and third overall at Mont-Tremblant and second at the Daytona Finale.  Won GT class at the Mid-Ohio ALMS race in 2002 too. Tenth in Porsche Cup series in 2002. SCCA Formula Atlantic national champion in 1998; received the prestigious Mark Donohue Award.  SCCA Formula Continental champion in 1997. Other racing experience includes Formula 2000, Formula Atlantic, Formula 3, Formula 3000, Lola and Tampolli SRP II, Viper GTS-R, Porsche GT3-R, Spec Racer Ford, Porsche 944, Integra Type R.
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