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09/18/06


Jason Mc Cord, Brad Kuhn, Charlie Patterson & Jimmy Phelps Headline CarQuest Gasoline Alley September 11
CarQuest Gasoline Alley On WALN Digital Cable Radio/TV, Monday Night, September 11, From 6 to 8 P.M.


MAXATAWNY, PA - This week, the "CarQuest Gasoline Alley Gang" looks ahead, once again, to another mighty interesting program, this Monday night, September 11. A bunch of extremely interesting guests will be on hand as part of an outstanding program on Monday evening.

Looking ahead to that upcoming program, CarQuest Gasoline Alley will begin the evening with Nex-Gen Motorsports leader Charlie Patterson, who will give the fans updates, regarding the many, multi-talented and very young racers in his camp, these days. Charlie will discuss the moves his drivers have made this season and racing nationally. Charlie will talk also about his future plans in the sport, as we look down the road. It'll be an interesting and a very informative interview, Monday night.

In addition, Jason Mc Cord from the Premier Racing Association will visit the program and bring to light his all-new racing organization, with the next race scheduled on September 13 at IRP. Jason, also, will discuss the future of that all-new racing series.

Current DIRT modified throttle-jockey and Super DIRT Modified Series trail chauffeur Jimmy Phelps will visit the show, once more, fresh off his exciting first win on the Super DIRT Modified Series trail at Brewerton aboard a DIRT modified ride, plus Jimmy will talk about his first-ever top 5 finish at the Lebanon Valley Speedway in the annual Coors 200 big block modified race there last Saturday night. Phelps will talk about his biggest career victory, his career in general and a lot about his season, to date, plus what is up for Jimmy, over the rest of the 2006 racing season aboard that all-new 2007 Troyer chassied No. 98H ride.

Next up, there's young Brad Kuhns, who's the newly-crowned Badger Midget Racing Association champion. Kuhns will discuss his various series he has raced on this year and talk about his championship, as well. Kuhns will talk about his career to date, his future plans, his season so far and also discuss all of the various national midget tours, these days.

If time permits, the program will also feature additional surprises that are expected to be added by show time, plus you'll get your fill of news, notes results and much, much more. It should be another blockbuster of a program. Don't miss out.

The "CarQuest Gasoline Alley Gang" simply continues to set the trend in broadcasting entertainment, with another tremendous show. The program offers a full plate this week, there's no doubt.

The CarQuest Gasoline Alley TV/Radio/Internet program can be heard "live" every Monday night throughout the year on WALN Digital Cable Radio FM 92.1, "live" on the Internet weekly at walncableradio.com and also seen "live" weekly on Service Electric Digital Cable TV channels 123 and 137, plus there's a tape-delayed television rebroadcast every Monday night at 11 P.M. and it is also rebroadcast over the Internet, as well.

Monday night, September 11, begin your racing week with brothers Ed, Bob and Steve Pados, plus noted Area Auto Racing News weekly columnist Randy Kane, for their well-documented, very informative and extremely funny CarQuest Gasoline Alley program, which is known to all as the fastest racing program on the airwaves today. Joining "The Gang" is Bruce Kline, giving the listeners his view from the cockpit on racing, today.

Should you have any questions or comments about the show or, perhaps, you'd like to be a part of a racing program through advertising, appearances or remotes, please call Steve Pados at 610 573-9706 or call Ed Pados at 610 739-0391 or try Randy Kane at 610 682-6273. WALN is available at the studio number, which is 610 791-1818. You can also e-mail the program directly at steveswp@netzero.net or try racewriter@enter.net any time with your comments, good or bad.

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John McGill, Rich Pallai Jr. & Sr. and Brad Loyet Headline CarQuest Gasoline Alley September 4
CarQuest Gasoline Alley On WALN Digital Cable Radio/TV, Monday Night, September 4, From 6 to 8 P.M.


MAXATAWNY, PA - This week, the "CarQuest Gasoline Alley Gang" looks ahead, once again, to another mighty interesting program, this Monday night, September 4, with a bunch of extremely interesting guests on hand.

Looking ahead to that upcoming program, CarQuest Gasoline Alley will begin the evening with a youthful SK Modified division chauffeur from the Stafford Springs Speedway, 16-year-old Richie Pallai Jr. Richie will discuss moving to a new division, this year, and racing for nationally acclaimed broadcaster Jack Arute. Richie will talk also about his future plans in the sport, as we look down the road. It should be an interesting and a very informative interview, Monday night.

In addition, Vice President of Marketing at CarQuest, Rich Pallai, joins the gang to talk about the local and national presence of CarQuest in racing today.

Former Orange County Fair Speedway chauffeur and, now, a weekly top gun at Accord, "Jumpin' Johnny" McGill will visit for his first time, fresh off his first win aboard a 358 modified ride in his 21-year career and first-ever at Accord last Friday night. McGill will talk about his biggest career victory, his career and a lot about his season to date, plus what is up for John the rest of the 2006 racing season.

Next up, there's young Brad Loyat, who's coming off a major victory at Southern Illinois Center in DuQuoin. Loyat will talk about his career to date, his future plans, his season so far and also discuss the national midget tour, these days.

If time permits, the program will also feature additional surprises that are expected to be added by show time, plus you'll get your fill of news, notes results and much, much more. It should be another blockbuster of a program. Don't miss out.

The "CarQuest Gasoline Alley Gang" simply continues to set the trend in broadcasting entertainment, with another tremendous show. The program offers a full plate this week, there's no doubt.

The CarQuest Gasoline Alley TV/Radio/Internet program can be heard "live" every Monday night throughout the year on WALN Digital Cable Radio FM 92.1, "live" on the Internet weekly at walncableradio.com and also seen "live" weekly on Service Electric Digital Cable TV channels 123 and 137, plus there's a tape-delayed television rebroadcast every Monday night at 11 P.M. and it is also rebroadcast over the Internet, as well.

Monday night, September 4, begin your racing week with brothers Ed, Bob and Steve Pados, plus noted Area Auto Racing News weekly columnist Randy Kane, for their well-documented, very informative and extremely funny CarQuest Gasoline Alley program, which is known to all as the fastest racing program on the airwaves today. Joining "The Gang" is Bruce Kline, giving the listeners his view from the cockpit on racing, today.

Should you have any questions or comments about the show or, perhaps, you'd like to be a part of a racing program through advertising, appearances or remotes, please call Steve Pados at 610 573-9706 or call Ed Pados at 610 739-0391 or try Randy Kane at 610 682-6273. WALN is available at the studio number, which is 610 791-1818. You can also e-mail the program directly at steveswp@netzero.net or try racewriter@enter.net any time with your comments, good or bad.

IT'S RACING NEWS THE WAY IT'S MEANT TO BE!!!


Danny Lasoski, Pat Cannon & Peter Raskovic Headline CarQuest Gasoline Alley August 28
CarQuest Gasoline Alley On WALN Digital Cable Radio/TV, Monday Night, August 28, From 6 to 8 P.M.


MAXATAWNY, PA - This week, the "CarQuest Gasoline Alley Gang" looks ahead, once again, to another very interesting program, this Monday night, August 28, with several extremely interesting guests on hand.

Looking ahead to that upcoming program, CarQuest Gasoline Alley will begin the evening with the veteran Danny "The Dude" Lasoski, who's fresh off a sweep of the National Sprint Tour events this past weekend at the Gray's Harbor Speedway out in Elma, WA. Lasoski will talk about his feature wins, his season on tour as part of the new traveling group and the future of the NST, as we look down the road. It should be an interesting and a very informative interview, Monday night.

Former Silver Spring Speedway super sportsman standout and now a 358 sprint car first-year chauffeur in the Zane and Vicki Highlands No. 3 machine, this season, 27-year-old Pat Cannon took home $4,000 Friday night at the Williams Grove Speedway, winning the Shot Drop/Bars Leak Nationals over a large field of 358 cars and the United Racing Club 360 sprint cars, both. Cannon will talk about his biggest career victory and a lot about his season to date, plus what is up for Pat the rest of the 2006 racing season.

Next up, there's the very busy Peter Raskovic, a crew member for racing great A.J. Foyt. Peter will talk about a new program he has developed with ABC Supply owner Ken Hendricks that's known as "Urban Force Racing," which is a program that will assist at risk high school students studying auto mechanics that can soon graduate and parlay that into a motorsports career.

If time permits, the program will also feature additional surprises that are expected to be added by show time, plus you'll get your fill of news, notes results and much, much more. It should be another blockbuster of a program. Don't miss out.

The "CarQuest Gasoline Alley Gang" simply continues to set the trend in broadcasting entertainment, with another tremendous show. The program offers a full plate this week, there's no doubt.

The CarQuest Gasoline Alley TV/Radio/Internet program can be heard "live" every Monday night throughout the year on WALN Digital Cable Radio FM 92.1, "live" on the Internet weekly at www.walncableradio.com and also seen "live" weekly on Service Electric Digital Cable TV channels 123 and 137, plus there's a tape-delayed television rebroadcast every Monday night at 11 P.M. and it is also rebroadcast over the Internet, as well.

Monday night, August 28, begin your racing week with brothers Ed, Bob and Steve Pados, plus noted Area Auto Racing News weekly columnist Randy Kane, for their well-documented, very informative and extremely funny CarQuest Gasoline Alley program, which is known to all as the fastest racing program on the airwaves today. Joining "The Gang" is Bruce Kline, giving the listeners his view from the cockpit on racing, today.

Should you have any questions or comments about the show or, perhaps, you'd like to be a part of a racing program through advertising, appearances or remotes, please call Steve Pados at 610 573-9706 or call Ed Pados at 610 739-0391 or try Randy Kane at 610 682-6273. WALN is available at the studio number, which is 610 791-1818. You can also e-mail the program directly at steveswp@netzero.net or try racewriter@enter.net any time with your comments, good or bad.

IT'S RACING NEWS THE WAY IT'S MEANT TO BE!!!


Bobby Santos, Lew Boyd & Bob Miller Headline CarQuest Gasoline Alley August 21
CarQuest Gasoline Alley On WALN Digital Cable Radio/TV, Monday Night, August 21, From 6 to 8 P.M.

MAXATAWNY, PA - This week, the "CarQuest Gasoline Alley Gang" looks ahead, once again, to another very interesting program, this Monday night, August 21, with several interesting guests on hand.

Looking ahead to that upcoming program, CarQuest Gasoline Alley will begin the evening with veteran Bob Santos. Santos is fresh off a $50,000 weekend payoff at Stafford Springs Speedway. Bobby scored a feature victory in the NEMA midgets main and accepted the CarQuest Challenge to start at the rear and try to win from there. Santos did just that and went on to the big win and took home a sack full of green, as a result.

Writer and book publisher Lew Boyd will also visit the CarQuest Gasoline Alley program this Monday night , talking about the all-new Paved Track Dirt Track book he just published. The book was released on August 15 and Lew will share the making of that great publication, plus other books he'll be a part of along with numerous other other subjects.

Next up, there's very busy racing series promoter Bob Miller looking at the upcoming 5-25's Thunder on The Hill racing program he has scheduled for August 22 at the Grandview Speedway. Bob will discuss his season to date, the United Racing Company sprint car series and other upcoming Thunder on The Hill promotions that are soon to follow this weeks events.

If time permits, the program will also feature additional surprises that are expected to be added by show time, plus you'll get your fill of news, notes results and much, much more. It should be another great program. Don't miss out.

The "CarQuest Gasoline Alley Gang" simply continues to set the trend in broadcasting entertainment, with another tremendous show. The program offers a full plate this week, there's no doubt.

The CarQuest Gasoline Alley TV/Radio/Internet program can be heard "live" every Monday night throughout the year on WALN Digital Cable Radio FM 92.1, "live" on the Internet weekly at walncableradio.com and also seen "live" weekly on Service Electric Digital Cable TV channels 123 and 137, plus there's a tape-delayed television rebroadcast every Monday night at 11 P.M. and it is also rebroadcast over the Internet, as well.

Monday night, August 21, begin your racing week with brothers Ed and Steve Pados, plus noted Area Auto Racing News weekly columnist Randy Kane, for their well-documented, very informative and extremely funny CarQuest Gasoline Alley program, which is known to all as the fastest racing program on the airwaves today. Joining "The Gang" is Bruce Kline, giving the listeners his view from the cockpit on racing, today.

Should you have any questions or comments about the show or, perhaps, you'd like to be a part of a racing program through advertising, appearances or remotes, please call Steve Pados at 610 573-9706 or call Ed Pados at 610 739-0391 or try Randy Kane at 610 682-6273. WALN is available at the studio number, which is 610 791-1818. You can also e-mail the program directly at steveswp@netzero.net or try racewriter@enter.net any time with your comments, good or bad.

IT'S RACING NEWS THE WAY IT'S MEANT TO BE!!!


Red Coffin In-House On CarQuest Gasoline Alley August 14
CARQUEST Gasoline Alley on WALN Digital Cable
Radio/TV, Monday Night, August 14 from 6 to 8 P.M.


This week the “Gasoline Alley Gang” welcomes to the studio one of the legends of the dirt track wars from the days of the famed Reading Fairgrounds. Red Coffin will be in-house to talk about his career from his initial entry into the sport until the day he walked away as a competitor and hung-up his helmet. This is certainly an interview you will not want to miss.
Additional interviews will be lined up prior to airtime as during the racing season we try to focus on those who have found their way to victory lane.
Make sure you join us for the fastest most informed show on the airwaves today.
CarQuest Gasoline Alley TV/Radio Show continues its outstanding lineup of talented guests for this week's edition of the show. The new programming on WALN Digital Cable Radio, Internet (walncableradio.com) and Service Electric Digital Cable TV Channels 123, 137 is live & tape delayed on Channel 50 at 11 P.M., plus the Internet.
Monday night, August 14th, at 6 P.M. begin your racing week with the Pados Brothers (Ed and Steve) with Area Auto Racing News race writer Randy Kane and their well-documented, very informative and extremely funny, CarQuest Gasoline Alley Racing Show for a full two-hours of the fastest racing show on the airwaves. Joining the “Gang” will be Orange County Fair Speedway DIRT Modified star Bruce Kline and his view of racing from inside the cockpit.
Should you have any questions on how to be a part of the program, through advertising, appearances or remotes, please contact Steve Pados at 610 573 9706 or Ed Pados at 610 739 0391. The WALN studio number is 610 791 1818. You may also e-mail the program at racewriter@enter.net or steveswp@netzero.net with your comments and questions.
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CARQUEST Gasoline Alley and Reagle Dodge
The Twelfth Annual Slate Belt Race Car Show/Monday, July 17th at Reagle Dodge located at Route 512 in Bangor, PA/Show Times Noon until 9 P.M.


Come join the fun as a NEXTEL CUP race car will be on display as well as 100 + race cars and vendors along with many of the top local racing stars past and present to talk racing, tell stories, and sign autographs. Race cars from all divisions, fun, food, trivia, prizes galore, and driver interviews throughout the day. Live 8-hour broadcast of the popular TV/Radio/Internet show CARQUEST Gasoline Alley with your hosts Ed, Bob & Steve Pados, with Randy Kane (Area Auto Racing News Columnist).

Billy Pauch Sprint Car Simulator*Miss DIRT Motorsports Chelsea Miller*

2005 Miss Motorsports Ashley Diehl*Accord Speedway*Hamlin Speedway*New Egypt Speedway*Snydersville Raceway*Borgers Speedway*Island Dragway*Bob Snyder Photos*600 Excel Modifieds*Kleen Chain*URC* ARDC*Bridgeport Speedway*Race Of Champions asphalt & dirt series *S&S Speedway*Pocono RV*Thunder on the Hill*Jim Young Photos*Race Songs*Bill Reynolds Photos*Five Mile Point Speedway*Reading Historical Society*Gary Silverman Videos

Expected to Appear..........Bruce Kline*Barry White's Deka Battery 131* Butch Tittle*Jason Hamilton*Tony & Matt Hirschman*Nicky Wean*Randy Smith*Danny Huston*Billy Pauch Jr*Sean Carman*Jesse Kline*Brad Grim*Eric Palmer*Archie Myers*Jesse Kline*Ginny Quinones*Ryan Smith*Cody Kline*Ryan Osborne*Sammy Hemhauser*Kyle Gardner*Jimmy Secor*Glenn Fitzcharles*Rickie Raisner*Rickey Yetter*Stephanie Stevens*Jeremy Strausser*Michael Rasely*Jack Zeiner*Jordan Tittle*Jack Shafer*Wayne Young*Tommy Vroom*Kenny Wismer Jr*Kevin Nolf*Billy Weaver*Jason Arthofer*Wambold Family*Ray Deemer*Ray Woodall Jr*Steve Lapina*Steve Transue*Brett Smith*Nick Fasco*Carl Mease*Moyer Family*Danny Creeden*Michael Storms*Alex Cortez*Leroy “Mau Mau”Amey*Tyler Knitter*RJ Hoffman*Ed Fatzinger*Mike Mammana*Willard Knecht*Tom Partite*Shawn Burke*Richie Smith*Bobby Stull*Harry Landis*Ward Crozier*Randy Bok*Charlie Bray*Ed Farley*Richard Marinelli*Lorin Arthofer*Angela Caruso*Phil Retter*Wayne Laucious*Dave Laubach*Ryan Frable*Don Holland*Rusty Smith*Wyatt Jacobus*Red Coffin*Mark Gray*Ric Hill*Freddy Adam*Joe Ulianna*Jason Wilson*Lenny Riatto*Glenn Correll*Lorin Arthofer Jr*Tommy Flanagan*Wyatt Jacobus*Mike Kolka*Bob Beidleman*Brian Correll*Bill Lowden Jr*Ricky Rutt*Jerry Higbie Jr*Josh Weller*Ryan Bohlke*Tim Pitts and much, much more…………

For Info CONTACT: Steve Pados 610 573 9706 or Ed Pados 610 739 0391

JOIN US FOR A GREAT DAY OF FUN


CARQUEST Gasoline Alley and Reagle Dodge
The 12th Annual Slate Belt Car Show/July 17th at Reagle Dodge
located on Route 512 in Bangor, PA/Show Time: Noon until 9 P.M.

Come join the fun. A NEXTEL CUP race car will be on display, as well as 100 + race cars and vendors, along with many of the top local racing stars past and present to talk racing, tell stories and sign autographs. Race cars from all divisions, fun, food, trivia, prizes galore and driver interviews throughout the day. Live 8-hour broadcast of the popular TV/Radio/Internet Show CARQUEST Gasoline Alley with your hosts Ed and Steve Pados*

Billy Pauch Sprint Car Simulator*Miss DIRT Motorsports Chelsea Miller*

2005 Miss Motorsports Ashley Diehl*Accord Speedway*Hamlin Speedway*

New Egypt Speedway*Snydersville Raceway*Borgers Speedway*Island Dragway*Bob Snyder Photos*600 Excel Modifieds*Kleen Chain*URC* ARDC*Bridgeport Speedway*ROC Series*S&S Speedways*Pocono RV*

Thunder on the Hill*Jim Young Photos*RaceSongs*Bill Reynolds Photos*Five Mile Point Speedway*Reading Historical Society

Expected to Appear..........Bruce Kline*Barry White's Deka Battery 131* Butch Tittle*Jason Hamilton*Tony and Matt Hirschman*Nick Wean*Randy Smith*Danny Huston*Billy Pauch Jr*Sean Carman*Jesse Kline*Brad Grim*

Tighe Scott*Eric Palmer*Archie Myers*Ginny Quinones*Ryan Smith*Cody Kline*Ryan Osborne*Sammy Hemhauser*Kyle Gardner*Jimmy Secor*

Glenn Fitzcharles*Rickie Raisner*Rickey Yetter*Stephanie Stevens*Jeremy Strausser*Michael Rasely*Jack Zeiner*Jordan Tittle*Jack Shafer*Wayne Young*Tommy Vroom*Kenny Wismer Jr*Kevin Nolf*Billy Weaver*Jason Arthofer*The Wambold Family*Ray Deemer*Ray Woodall Jr*Steve Lapina* Steve Transue*Brett Smith*Nick Fasco*Ike Heckler*Carl Mease*The Moyer Family*Danny Creeden*Michael Storms*Alex Cortez*Leroy Amey*Tyler Knitter*RJ Hoffman*Ed Fatzinger*Mike Mammana*Willard Knecht*Joe Poliachek*Tom Partite*Shawn Burke*Richie Smith*Bobby Stull*Harry Landis*Ward Crozier*Randy Bok*Charlie Bray*Ed Farley*Richard Marinelli*Brett Smith*Lorin Arthofer*Angela Caruso*Phil Retter*Wayne Laucious*Kelsey Itterly*Dave Laubach*Gary Grim*Ryan Frable*Don Holland*Rusty Smith*Wyatt Jacobus*Red Coffin*Mark Gray*Freddy Adam*Joe Ulianna*Jason Wilson*Lenny Riatto*Glenn Correll*Lorin Arthofer Jr*Tommy Flanagan*Wyatt Jacobus*Mike Kolka*Brian Correll*Billy Lowden Jr.*Ricky Rutt

For Information: contact Steve Pados 610 573 9706 and Ed Pados 610 739 0391.

JOIN US FOR A GREAT DAY OF FUN !!!


Doug Manmiller, Bob Miller and Chris Perley Headline CarQuest Gasoline Alley July 10
CARQUEST Gasoline Alley on WALN Digital Cable
Internet/Radio/TV, Monday night, July 10, from 6 to 8 P.M.


This week, the “Gasoline Alley Gang” will play host to Thunder on the Hill promoter Bob Miller, as the July19th Super DIRT Series 100-lap "Traffic Jam" is just around the corner for the Grandview Speedway. Bob will talk about the event, past and present, as well as this past weekend's URC/USCS Shootout in the Carolinas.

Some of the weekend's big winners will join the “Gang,” as well.

The "Rowley Rocket," Chris Perley, returns to the show to talk about his Twin-Thirties sweep of the weekend's action in Jennerstown, in ISMA racing action.

A return to the show by “The Handler," Doug Manmiller, to talk about his convincing win at the Grandview Speedway on Saturday night, plus his racing at both Big Diamond and Grandview throughout the ’06 season.

Without question, a couple of surprises will be added to the program by showtime.

“The Gang” will also chat about the upcoming CARQUEST Gasoline Alley/Reagle Dodge 12th Annual Car Show that takes center stage on July 17th, from Noon until 9 P.M. It promises to be the biggest and best to date, with many new faces signing on daily to display their race cars and be part of the 8-hour “live” broadcast, throughout the day.

This Monday will be another great show, make sure you join us for the fastest and most informed show on the airwaves today.

The CarQuest Gasoline Alley TV/Radio/Internet Show continues its new programming on WALN Digital Cable Radio, Internet (walncableradio.com) and Service Electric Digital Cable TV channels 123 and 137 “live,” with a tape-delayed rebroadcast on channel 50 and on the Internet at 11 P.M.

Monday night, July 10th, at 6 P.M., begin your racing week with the Pados Brothers (Ed and Steve), with Area Auto Racing News racewriter Randy Kane and their well-documented, very informative and extremely funny CarQuest Gasoline Alley Racing Show for a full two-hours of the fastest racing show on the airwaves. Joining the “Gang” will be DIRT Modified driving star Bruce Kline with his view of racing from inside the cockpit.

Should you have questions on how to be a part of the program, through advertising, appearances or remotes, please contact Steve Pados at 610 573 9706 or Ed Pados at 610 739 0391. WALN can be contacted at 610 791 1818. You may also e-mail your comments to racewriter@enter.net or try sending to steveswp@netzero.net to have your questions answered.

IT’S RACING NEWS THE WAY IT’S MEANT TO BE!!!


Kevin Welsh, Dom Buffalino Jr. and Much More on July 3 CarQuest Gasoline Alley Program
CarQuest Gasoline Alley On WALN Digital Cable Radio/TV, Monday Night, July 3, From 6 to 8 P.M.


MAXATAWNY, PA - This week, the "CarQuest Gasoline Alley Gang" looks ahead, once again, to another very interesting program, with several interesting guests scheduled to be on hand.

Looking ahead to that upcoming program, CarQuest Gasoline Alley will have young Kevin Welsh on the show this Monday talking about his exciting win aboard his URC sprint car at Delaware on Saturday night. Welsh will fill the fans in on his experiences last Saturday and also talk about his season to date and look at the URC sprint season, as well.

Second-generation big block modified throttle-jockey Dom Buffalino Jr., in addition, will talk about the huge feature win the youngster pulled off at the New Egypt Speedway on Saturday night and also tell everyone what to expect the rest of the 2006 racing season, along with numerous other subjects that should make an interesting interview with the "Gasoline Alley Gang," on Monday night.

Jim Young from RACESONGS, also, will be returning to talk about his activities in racing today and all of the different ideas he has to try. Young will discuss being a track photographer, a web site designer, a song writer, a racing trade paper photographer, an internet columnist and much more, these days, in the world of the local short tracks in the area.

Other guests are expected to be added by showtime, plus the "Gasoline Alley Gang" will talk about the big upcoming twelfth annual Gasoline Alley/Reagle Dodge Car Show, planned for Monday, July 17, and running a full 9-hours, that day. There will be a "live" broadcast from noon until 8 p.m., that day featured as the program for that Monday night and much more will be revealed, as the event nears.

If time permits, the program will also feature additional surprises that are expected to be added by show time. It should be another great program. Don't miss out.

The "CarQuest Gasoline Alley Gang" simply continues to set the trend in broadcasting entertainment, with another tremendous show. The program offers a full plate this week, there's no doubt.

The CarQuest Gasoline Alley TV/Radio/Internet program can be heard "live" every Monday night throughout the year on WALN Digital Cable Radio FM 92.1, "live" on the Internet weekly at walncableradio.com and also seen "live" weekly on Service Electric Digital Cable TV channels 123 and 137, plus there's a tape-delayed television rebroadcast every Monday night at 11 P.M. and it is also rebroadcast over the Internet, as well.

Monday night, July 3, begin your racing week with brothers Ed and Steve Pados, plus noted Area Auto Racing News weekly columnist Randy Kane, for their well-documented, very informative and extremely funny CarQuest Gasoline Alley program, which is known to all as the fastest racing program on the airwaves today. Joining "The Gang" usually is Bruce Kline, giving the listeners his view from the cockpit on racing, today.

Should you have any questions or comments about the show or, perhaps, you'd like to be a part of a racing program through advertising, appearances or remotes, please call Steve Pados at 610 573-9706 or call Ed Pados at 610 739-0391 or try Randy Kane at 610 682-6273. WALN is available at the studio number, which is 610 791-1818. You can also e-mail your comments, questions or opinions, directly, to steveswp@netzero.net or try racewriter@enter.net any time with your thoughts, good or bad.

IT'S RACING NEWS THE WAY IT'S MEANT TO BE!!!


CARQUEST Gasoline Alley and Reagle Dodge
Proudly Presents
The 12th Annual Slate Belt Car Show
July 17th at Reagle Dodge on Route 512 in Bangor, PA.
Show Times from 12 Noon until 9 P.M.


Come join the fun as a NEXTEL CUP race car will be on display as well as 100 + race cars and vendors along with many of the top local racing stars past and present to talk racing, tell stories, and sign autographs. Race cars from all divisions, fun, food, trivia, prizes galore, and driver interviews throughout the day.

Live 8-hour broadcast of the popular TV/Radio/Internet Show CARQUEST

Gasoline Alley with your hosts Ed and Steve Pados.

Billy Pauch Sprint Car Simulator*Miss DIRT Motorsports Chelsea Miller*

2005 Miss Motorsports Ashley Diehl*Accord Speedway*Hamlin Speedway*

New Egypt Speedway*Snydersville Raceway*Borgers Speedway*Island Dragway*Bob Snyder Photos*600 Excel Modifieds*Kleen Chain*URC* ARDC*Bridgeport Speedway*ROC Series*S&S Speedways*Pocono RV

Thunder on the Hill*Jimmy Young Photos*Race Songs*Bill Reynolds Photos*Five Mile Point Speedway

Expected to Appear..........Bruce Kline*Barry White's Deka Battery 131* Butch Tittle*Jason Hamilton*Tony and Matt Hirschman*Nicky Wean*Randy Smith*Danny Huston*Billy Pauch Jr.*Sean Carman*Jesse Kline*Brad Grim*

Tighe Scott*Eric Palmer*Archie Myers*Ginny Quinones*Ryan Smith*Cody Kline*Ryan Osborne*Sammy Hemhauser*Kyle Gardner*Jimmy Secor*

Glenn Fitzcharles*Rickie Raisner*Ricky Yetter*Stephanie Stevens*Jeremy Strausser*Michael Rasely*Jack Zeiner*Jordan Tittle*Jack Shafer*Wayne Young*Tommy Vroom*Kenny Wismer Jr*Kevin Nolf*Billy Weaver*Jason Arthofer*The Wambold Family*Ray Deemer*Ray Woodall Jr * Steve Lapina* Steve Transue*Brett Smith*Nick Fasco*Ike Heckler*Carl Mease*The Moyer Family*Alex Cortez*Leroy Amey*Tyler Knitter*R.J. Hoffman*Ed Fatzinger*Mike Mammana*Willard Knecht*Joe Poliachek*Tom Partite*Shawn Burke*Richie Smith*Bobby Stull*Harry Landis*Ward Crozier*Randy Bok*Charlie Bray* Ed Farley*Richard Marinelli*Brett Smith*Lorin Arthofer* Angela Caruso*Phil Retter*Wayne Laucious*Kelsey Itterly*Dave Laubach*Gary Grim*Ryan Frable*Don Holland*Rusty Smith*Wyatt Jacobus*Red Coffin*Mark Gray*Freddy Adam*Joe Ulianna*Jason Wilson*Lenny Riatto*Glenn Correll*Lorin Arthofer Jr.*Tommy Flanagan*Wyatt Jacobus*Michael Storms*Mike Kolka*Danny Creedan*

Plus many more signing on daily***************************
JOIN US FOR A GREAT DAY OF FUN!!!


Bob Miller, Dave Adams and more on CarQuest Gasoline Alley Monday Night, June 26
CarQuest Gasoline Alley On WALN Digital Cable Radio/TV, Monday Night, June 26, From 6 to 8 P.M.

MAXATAWNY, PA - This week, the "CarQuest Gasoline Alley Gang" looks ahead, once again, to another very interesting program, with several interesting guests scheduled to be on hand.

Looking ahead to that upcoming program, CarQuest Gasoline Alley will have the Thunder on The Hill Series promoter, Bob Miller, on hand as a guest to talk about the upcoming Pennsylvania Speedweek event to be held on Tuesday night, June 27, at the Grandview Speedway. The Grandview Speedway program is always exciting and Bob will tell us all you need to know about the program, Monday night. In addition, Miller will talk a little about the 2006 season for the URC sprint cars and discuss the tour and the season, to date.

Bridgeport Speedway Race Director, Dave Adams, in addition, will talk about the upcoming George Wingate Memorial race scheduled at the track for Wednesday night, June 28. Adams will discuss the upcoming race, as well as the season to date at Bridgeport and the new rules, track improvements and other subjects that should make an interesting interview with the "Gasoline Alley Gang," Monday night.

Jim Young from RACESONGS, also, will be returning to talk about his activities in racing today and all of the different ideas he has to try. Young will discuss being a track photographer, a web site designer, a song writer, a racing trade paper photographer, an internet columnist and much more, these days, in the world of the local short tracks in the area.

Other guests are expected to be added by showtime, plus the "Gasoline Alley Gang" will talk about the big upcoming twelfth annual Gasoline Alley/Reagle Dodge Car Show, planned for Monday, July 17, and running a full 9-hours, that day. There will be a "live" broadcast from noon until 8 p.m., that day featured as the program for that Monday night and much more will be revealed, as the event nears.

If time permits, the program will also feature additional surprises that are expected to be added by show time. It should be another great program. Don't miss out.

The "CarQuest Gasoline Alley Gang" simply continues to set the trend in broadcasting entertainment, with another tremendous show. The program offers a full plate this week, there's no doubt.

The CarQuest Gasoline Alley TV/Radio/Internet program can be heard "live" every Monday night throughout the year on WALN Digital Cable Radio FM 92.1, "live" on the Internet weekly at www.walncableradio.com and also seen "live" weekly on Service Electric Digital Cable TV channels 123 and 137, plus there's a tape-delayed television rebroadcast every Monday night at 11 P.M. and it is also rebroadcast over the Internet, as well.

Monday night, June 26, begin your racing week with brothers Ed and Steve Pados, plus noted Area Auto Racing News weekly columnist Randy Kane, for their well-documented, very informative and extremely funny CarQuest Gasoline Alley program, which is known to all as the fastest racing program on the airwaves today. Joining "The Gang" usually is Bruce Kline, giving the listeners his view from the cockpit on racing, today.

Should you have any questions or comments about the show or, perhaps, you'd like to be a part of a racing program through advertising, appearances or remotes, please call Steve Pados at 610 573-9706 or call Ed Pados at 610 739-0391 or try Randy Kane at 610 682-6273. WALN is available at the studio number, which is 610 791-1818. You can also e-mail your comments, questions or opinions, directly, to steveswp@netzero.net or try racewriter@enter.net any time with your thoughts, good or bad.

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CARQUEST Gasoline Alley on WALN Digital Cable
Radio/TV, Monday Night, June 19th from 6 to 8 P.M.

This week the “Gasoline Alley Gang” will have RACESONGS guru Jimmy Young in-house to talk about many of the new things he is doing in racing and step back and talk about his longtime association with racing.

We will also be talking to Bud Kaeding, fresh off of a USAC Silver Crown win in Kentucky, as well as a 6th on the dirt at Eldora.

We will have a first-time interview with another of the young lions racing in Arizona, “Mighty Mike” Colegrove will join the gang to talk about his career in racing that spans 10 years, but he is only 15 years old!

Ryan Smith, a winner at Oswego on Saturday night, will also join the gang to talk about his impressive outings on the pavement, as well as the dirt.

Some additional surprises will be added by show time.

This will be another great show, make sure you join us for the fastest and most informed show on the airwaves today.

CarQuest Gasoline Alley TV/Radio/Internet show continues with new programming every Monday on WALN Digital Cable Radio, the Internet (www.walncableradio.com) and Service Electric Digital Cable TV channels 123, 137 “live,” with a tape delayed replay on channel 50 and the Internet at 11 P.M.

Monday night, June 19th, at 6 P.M. begin your racing week with the Pados Brothers (Ed and Steve), along with Area Auto Racing News racewriter Randy Kane, with their well-documented, very informative and extremely funny CarQuest Gasoline Alley Racing Show for a full two-hours of the fastest racing show on the airwaves. Joining the gang will be DIRT Modified driving star Bruce Kline with his view of racing from inside the cockpit.

Should you have questions on how to be a part of the program, through advertising, appearances or remotes, please contact Steve Pados at 610 573 9706, Ed Pados at 610 739 0391 or WALN at 610 791 1818. You may also e-mail steveswp@netzero.net or racewriter@enter.net with comments.

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Dave Steele, Bobby Varin & Brett Deyo All Visit CarQuest Gasoline Alley June 12
CarQuest Gasoline Alley On WALN Digital Cable Radio/TV, Monday Night, June 12, From 6 to 8 P.M.

MAXATAWNY, PA - This week, the "CarQuest Gasoline Alley Gang" looks ahead, once again, to another very interesting program, with several interesting guests on hand.

Looking ahead to that upcoming program, CarQuest Gasoline Alley will have the defending Fonda Speedway big block modified track champion and, also, defending Race of Champions big block dirt series champ, who was tied for that honor with Mitch Gibbs, Bobby Varin as a guest on the program. Varin will talk about his season, to date, plus his very exciting victory at Fonda just this past Saturday night.

USAC Silver Crown series defending champion, Dave Steele will also visit the CarQuest Gasoline Alley program Monday night and will also join the "CarQuest Gang" to discuss his aggressive schedule that takes him between Florida and the midwest so often and also about the all-new PRA Silver Crown series schedule he'll be a part of, plus other subjects.

Next up, there's very busy media man Brett Deyo coming on as a guest, with Brett talking about his role in racing today. Deyo will talk about his efforts at Accord, Five Mile Point and with the Race of Champions dirt series, as well as his writing efforts with Area Auto Racing News and numerous other publications. Brett should have interesting things to talk about and will give his take on the racing as an industry, today.

If time permits, the program will also feature additional surprises that are expected to be added by show time. It should be another great program. Don't miss out.

The "CarQuest Gasoline Alley Gang" simply continues to set the trend in broadcasting entertainment, with another tremendous show. The program offers a full plate this week, there's no doubt.

The CarQuest Gasoline Alley TV/Radio/Internet program can be heard "live" every Monday night throughout the year on WALN Digital Cable Radio FM 92.1, "live" on the Internet weekly at walncableradio.com and also seen "live" weekly on Service Electric Digital Cable TV channels 123 and 137, plus there's a tape-delayed television rebroadcast every Monday night at 11 P.M. and it is also rebroadcast over the Internet, as well.

Monday night, June 12, begin your racing week with brothers Ed and Steve Pados, plus noted Area Auto Racing News weekly columnist Randy Kane, for their well-documented, very informative and extremely funny CarQuest Gasoline Alley program, which is known to all as the fastest racing program on the airwaves today. Joining "The Gang" is Bruce Kline, giving the listeners his view from the cockpit on racing, today.

Should you have any questions or comments about the show or, perhaps, you'd like to be a part of a racing program through advertising, appearances or remotes, please call Steve Pados at 610 573-9706 or call Ed Pados at 610 739-0391 or try Randy Kane at 610 682-6273. WALN is available at the studio number, which is 610 791-1818. You can also e-mail the program directly at steveswp@netzero.net or try racewriter@enter.net any time with your comments, good or bad.

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Hendrickson, Carber, Romig and More on CarQuest Gasoline Alley on May 22
CarQuest Gasoline Alley on WALN Digital Cable Radio/TV Monday night, May 22, from 6 to 8 P.M.

The “Gasoline Alley Gang” rolls into a night of "Firsts," with this week’s edition of the show. After two weeks of highlighting the World of Outlaws initial swing into the east, the “Gasoline Alley Gang” will highlight the drivers securing their first wins, this week, plus another impending new track opening, as the program continues to set the standard, week after week.

High school senior Michael Carber will make his first appearance on the show to talk about his first 410 sprint car win recently at the Trail-Way Speedway and his giant leap into 410 sprint car racing.

Longtime racing announcer and public relations man David Brown will join the “Gasoline Alley Gang” to talk about the rebirth and the bright future of the popular Georgetown Speedway.

"The Flying Farmer," Wade Hendrickson will make an appearance on the show, as well, and will talk about his Saturday night big block modified win at the Bridgeport Speedway, which was his first of the year.

Finally, we will have a first-time interview with the Saturday night first-time feature winner at the Selinsgrove Speedway, Adam Romig. Romig will talk about just how gratifying it is to secure that all-important first career victory.

The CarQuest Gasoline Alley TV/Radio/Internet Show continues with its new programming “live” on WALN Digital Cable Radio, “live” on the Internet (www.walncableradio.com) and also “live” on Service Electric Digital Cable TV channels 123 and 137. A tape-delayed encore broadcast can be found on channel 50 at 11 P.M., plus it is replayed over the Internet at the same time.

Monday night, May 22, at 6 P.M. begin your racing week with the Pados Brothers (Ed and Steve) and Area Auto Racing News longtime weekly columnist Randy Kane, with their well-documented, very informative and extremely funny, CarQuest Gasoline Alley Racing Show for a full 2 hours, which is known simply as the fastest racing show on the airwaves.

Joining the “CarQuest Gasoline Alley Gang” will be DIRT big block modified driving star Bruce Kline with his view of racing from inside the cockpit.

Should you have any questions on how to be a part of the program, through advertising, appearances or remotes or comments on the program, please contact Steve Pados at 610 573 9706 or Ed Pados at 610 739 0391. Randy Kane is available at 610 682 6273 and WALN can be reached at 610 791 1818. You may also e-mail the program at racewriter@enter.net or send your comments to steveswp@netzero.net about the program.

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Dollansky, Hannagan, plus Bob and Chelsea Miller All Visit CarQuest Gasoline Alley May 15
CarQuest Gasoline Alley On WALN Digital Cable Radio/TV, Monday Night, May 15, From 6 to 8 P.M.

MAXATAWNY, PA - This week, the "CarQuest Gasoline Alley Gang" looks ahead, once again, to that first eastern swing for '06 of the mighty World of Outlaws sprint car clan. One very important night will be May 16 at the Grandview Speedway. That show is part of the annual Thunder on The Hill racing series, promoted by Bob Miller.

Looking ahead to that upcoming program, CarQuest Gasoline Alley will have the World of Outlaws standout, known as "The Crowd Pleaser," Craig Dollansky as a guest on the program. Dollansky steers his own familiar No. 7 sprinter out on the World of Outlaws trail and he has steadily been getting better each week throughout the early season in the Outlaw events. Monday night's appearance featuring Craig Dollansky is highly anticipated, without question.

Returning World of Outlaws chauffeur, "The Hurricane," Randy Hannagan, who's a familiar name making his first-ever visit to the CarQuest Gasoline Alley program, will also join the "CarQuest Gang" to discuss his racing career. Hannagan will talk about just how tough it can be racing with the mighty World of Outlaws sprint car gang out on the road throughout the summer, plus other subjects.

Next up, there's series promoter Bob Miller and his daughter, who's the current Miss DIRT Motorsports, both, coming on as guests, with both talking about their roles in racing today. Both should have interesting things to talk about and will give their take on the racing as an industry, today.

If time permits, the program will also feature a phone interview, with a view from the cockpit today, featuring Orange County Fair Speedway big block modified pilot, Bruce Kline, who's known to all as the "Bangor Bullet."

The "CarQuest Gasoline Alley Gang" simply continues to set the trend in broadcasting entertainment, with another tremendous show. The program offers a full plate this week, there's no doubt.

The CarQuest Gasoline Alley TV/Radio/Internet program can be heard "live" every Monday night throughout the year on WALN Digital Cable Radio FM 92.1, "live" on the Internet weekly at www.walncableradio.com and also seen "live" weekly on Service Electric Digital Cable TV channels 123 and 137, plus there's a tape-delayed television rebroadcast every Monday night at 11 P.M. and it is also rebroadcast over the Internet, as well.

Monday night, May 15, begin your racing week with brothers Ed and Steve Pados, plus noted Area Auto Racing News weekly columnist Randy Kane, for their well-documented, very informative and extremely funny CarQuest Gasoline Alley program, which is known to all as the fastest racing program on the airwaves today. Joining "The Gang" is Bruce Kline, giving the listeners his view from the cockpit on racing, today.

Should you have any questions or comments about the show or, perhaps, you'd like to be a part of a racing program through advertising, appearances or remotes, please call Steve Pados at 610 573-9706 or call Ed Pados at 610 739-0391 or try Randy Kane at 610 682-6273. WALN is available at the studio number, which is 610 791-1818. You can also e-mail the program directly at steveswp@netzero.net or try racewriter@enter.net any time with your comments, good or bad.

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CarQuest Gasoline Offers Listeners A Full Plate of Racer Interviews With May 8 Program
CarQuest Gasoline Alley On WALN Digital Cable Radio/TV, Monday Night, May 8, From 6 to 8 P.M.

MAXATAWNY, PA - This week, the "CarQuest Gasoline Alley Gang" looks ahead to the first eastern swing for '06 of the mighty World of Outlaws sprint car clan. One very important night will be May 16 at the Grandview Speedway. That show is part of the annual Thunder on The Hill series, promoted by Bob Miller. Looking ahead to that upcoming program, CarQuest Gasoline Alley will have the Outlaws standout, Australian Brooke Tatnell. Brooke steers the Rush Racing No. 8 sprinter on the World of Outlaws trail and Monday night's appearance is the first-ever for Tatnell.

Female World of Outlaws chauffeur, Becca Anderson, who's a familiar name to all of the local sprint car fans, will also join the "CarQuest Gang" to discuss her career, as the pretty young lady works her way through her rookie season out on the road with the Outlaws. The second-generation pilot, Becca, is wheeling the Mike Woodring sprint car mount and she'll talk about just how tough it can be racing with the mighty World of Outlaws sprint car gang, out on the road throughout the summer.

Finally, second-generation USAC Ford Focus division chauffeur, Nick Wean comes on the program, along with Ryan Osborne. This pair finished up one-two a week ago at Waterford Speedway in the annual season opener. Wean captured the win, with Ryan Osborne finishing runner-up at the checkered. Both will join the program, talking about their futures in racing and, in addition, talk about the race.

If time permits, the program will also feature a phone interview, with a view from the cockpit today, featuring Orange County Fair Speedway big block modified pilot, Bruce Kline, who's known to all as the "Bangor Bullet."

The "CarQuest Gasoline Alley Gang" simply continues to set the trend in broadcasting entertainment, with another tremendous show. The program offers a full plate this week, there's no doubt.

The CarQuest Gasoline Alley TV/Radio/Internet program can be heard "live" every Monday night throughout the year on WALN Digital Cable Radio FM 92.1, "live" on the Internet weekly at walncableradio.com and also seen "live" weekly on Service Electric Digital Cable TV channels 123 and 137, plus there's a tape-delayed rebroadcast every Monday night at 11 P.M. starting at 11 P.M. and it is also rebroadcast over the Internet, as well.

Monday night, May 8, begin your racing week with brothers Ed and Steve Pados, plus noted Area Auto Racing News weekly columnist Randy Kane, for their well-documented, very informative and extremely funny CarQuest Gasoline Alley program, which is known to all as the fastest racing program on the airwaves today. Joining "The Gang" is Bruce Kline, giving the listeners his view from the cockpit on racing, today.

Should you have any questions or comments about the show or, perhaps, you'd like to be a part of a racing program through advertising, appearances or remotes, please call Steve Pados at 610 573-9706 or call Ed Pados at 610 739-0391 or try Randy Kane at 610 682-6273. WALN is available at the studio number, which is 610 791-1818. You can also e-mail the program directly at steveswp@netzero.net or try racewriter@enter.net any time with your comments, good or bad.

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Editorial Note: Russell "Red" Coffin was scheduled to be a guest on Monday night, May 1, originally, on the program, however, the "redhead," unfortunately, landed in the hospital, this weekend, and, since, will be unable to be on the show at this time. Bob Pickell Sr. has been selected to replace Coffin as a guest for this show and following is a completely new press release to replace the previous release sent your way. We apologize to you for any inconvience this change may have caused.

Bob Pickell Sr. To Headline CarQuest Gasoline Alley May 1 Program
CarQuest Gasoline Alley On WALN Digital Cable Radio/TV, Monday Night, May 1, From 6 to 8 P.M.


MAXATAWNY, PA - This week, the "CarQuest Gasoline Alley Gang" looks to turn the clock back, with former Nazareth Speedway and Flemington Fairgrounds big block modified standout Bob Pickell Sr. as a special guest who's anxious to talk about the days gone by and what it was like back in those old glory days, when he raced at those tracks. Pickell also will talk about his days behind the wheel in rides like the Lucky Jordan Deuce, his own colorful No. 300 machines, the Loren Holland No. 280 mount, the Dick Cozze No. 80 entry, the Brian A2A car and many others.

Billy Wease, fresh off a 100-lap USAC midget win just last week in Stockton, CA., will also join the "CarQuest Gang" to discuss his sudden fame, as the 19-year-old racer also talks about the learning curve as a Penske South development driver, in 2006.

Finally, second-generation sportsman division Accord regular, Danny Creeden, will join the team to offer a thought or two on his exciting last-lap pass to pull off a victory there just this past Friday night. Danny also talks a little about racing his own No. 16 car weekly at Orange County, this summer.

If time permits, the program will also feature phone interviews with former Nazareth Raceway driving great, Jack Zeiner Sr., and a view from the cockpit today, featuring Orange County Fair Speedway big block modified pilot, Bruce Kline, who's known to all as the "Bangor Bullet."

The "CarQuest Gasoline Alley Gang" simply continues to set the trend in broadcasting entertainment, with another tremendous show.

The CarQuest Gasoline Alley TV/Radio/Internet program can be heard "live" every Monday night throughout the year on WALN Digital Cable Radio FM 92.1, "live" on the Internet weekly at www.polkas.com/waln and also seen "live" weekly on Service Electric Digital Cable TV channels 123 and 137, plus there's a tape-delayed rebroadcast every Monday night at 11 P.M. starting at 11 P.M.

Monday night, May 1, begin your racing week with brothers Ed and Steve Pados, plus noted Area Auto Racing News weekly columnist Randy Kane, for their well-documented, very informative and extremely funny CarQuest Gasoline Alley program, which is known to all as the fastest racing program on the airwaves today. Joining "The Gang" is Bruce Kline, giving the listeners his view from the cockpit on racing, today.

Should you have any questions or comments about the show or, perhaps, you'd like to be a part of a racing program through advertising, appearances or remotes, please call Steve Pados at 610 573-9706 or call Ed Pados at 610 739-0391 or try Randy Kane at 610 682-6273. WALN is available at the studio number, which is 610 791-1818. You can also e-mail the program directly at steveswp@netzero.net or try racewriter@enter.net any time with your comments, good or bad.

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Coffin, Creeden & Wease Headline CarQuest Gasoline Alley May 1 Program
CarQuest Gasoline Alley On WALN Digital Cable Radio/TV, Monday Night, May 1, From 6 to 8 P.M.

MAXATAWNY, PA - This week, the "CarQuest Gasoline Alley Gang" looks to turn the clock back, with former Reading Fairgrounds big block modified standout Russell "Red" Coffin "live" in the studio to talk about days gone by at the old Nazareth half-mile raceway, in addition to his thoughts about Hatfield, Flemington and Reading and what it was like back in those old glory days, when the "Redhead" raced those tracks. Coffin also will talk about his days behind the wheel in rides like Freddy Adam's famed No. 8 coach, the Wolfinger No. 3A, the George Hudick Norco Welding No. 26 modified rides, the Dick Meals No. 44 machines and many others.

Billy Wease, fresh off a 100-lap USAC midget win just last week in Stockton, CA., will also join the "CarQuest Gang" to discuss his sudden fame, as the 19-year-old racer also talks about the learning curve as a Penske South development driver, in 2006.

Finally, second-generation sportsman division Accord regular, Danny Creeden, will join the team to offer a thought or two on his exciting last-lap pass to pull off a victory there just this past Friday night. Danny also talks a little about racing his own No. 16 car weekly at Orange County, this summer.

If time permits, the program will also feature phone interviews with former Nazareth Raceway driving great, Jack Zeiner Sr., and a view from the cockpit today, featuring Orange County Fair Speedway big block modified pilot, Bruce Kline, who's known to all as the "Bangor Bullet."

The "CarQuest Gasoline Alley Gang" simply continues to set the trend in broadcasting entertainment, with another tremendous show.

The CarQuest Gasoline Alley TV/Radio/Internet program can be heard "live" every Monday night throughout the year on WALN Digital Cable Radio FM 92.1, "live" on the Internet weekly at www.polkas.com/waln and also seen "live" weekly on Service Electric Digital Cable TV channels 123 and 137, plus there's a tape-delayed rebroadcast every Monday night at 11 P.M. starting at 11 P.M.

Monday night, May 1, begin your racing week with brothers Ed and Steve Pados, plus noted Area Auto Racing News weekly columnist Randy Kane, for their well-documented, very informative and extremely funny CarQuest Gasoline Alley program, which is known to all as the fastest racing program on the airwaves today. Joining "The Gang" is Bruce Kline, giving the listeners his view from the cockpit on racing, today.

Should you have any questions or comments about the show or, perhaps, you'd like to be a part of a racing program through advertising, appearances or remotes, please call Steve Pados at 610 573-9706 or call Ed Pados at 610 739-0391 or try Randy Kane at 610 682-6273. WALN is available at the studio number, which is 610 791-1818. You can also e-mail the program directly at steveswp@netzero.net or try racewriter@enter.net any time with your comments, good or bad.

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Heimbach, Durst & DeLorenzo Headline April 24 CarQuest Gasoline Alley Program
CarQuest Gasoline Alley On WALN Cable FM Monday Night, April 24, from 6 to 8 P.M.

MAXATAWNY, PA - This week, the "CarQuest Gasoline Alley Gang" on WALN has another great Monday night planned, which includes interviews with racers from the big block dirt modified clan, the 410 and 358 dirt sprint car ranks and the midwest midget racing tour, together. All will talk about their early season success stories. It is certainly a well-rounded racing program for everyone, this Monday, on CarQuest Gasoline Alley.

The guests for this weeks show include recent opening night Fonda Speedway modified feature winner, young Matt DeLorenzo, an emerging star at the "Track of Champions" raceway, who also had a win in his sights a week earlier, until tire troubles took him out of the running late in the fray. Matt will talk about his career, his season to come and some goals he'd like to accomplish, in racing, this summer.

We will then talk with an up-and-coming driving talent on the 410 and 358 winged sprint car circuits, Blane Heimbach, as the 24-year-old throttle-jockey out of Selinsgrove, PA., talks about his career to date, his success and recent victories at Selinsgrove Speedway and his '06 opportunities to steer a potent Jeff Creasy owned 410 sprint car car, among other topics.

Finally, we will chat with Ryan Durst, a very talented midget racer out of Nebraska who, recently, teamed up with Kasey Kahne Racing as the team chauffeur. Durst will talk about his career, to date, and his 2006 goals aboard that potent midget equipment.

This will be a great show. Make sure to listen in.

The "Gasoline Alley Gang" continues to set the trend in broadcasting entertainment with another outstanding program, this Monday night.

The CarQuest Gasoline Alley (TV/Radio/Internet) Show continues with its new programming "live" every Monday night on WALN Cable Radio FM 92.1, “live” every Monday on the Internet www.polkas.com/waln and also "live" weekly on Service Electric Digital Cable TV channels 222 and 137. A tape-delayed rebroadcast program can be seen on channel 50 and heard on the Internet, starting at 11 o'clock on Monday evenings.

Monday night, April 24, at 6 P.M., begin your week with the Pados Brothers (Ed and Steve) and Area Auto Racing News weekly columnist Randy Kane with their well-documented, very informative and extremely funny CarQuest Gasoline Alley Racing Show, which runs for a full two-hours and is known, simply, as the fastest racing show on the airwaves.

Joining the “Gang” also is Orange County Fair Speedway big block modified star, Bruce Kline, who gives the listeners an interesting look at racing from inside the cockpit.

Join the fun and excitement each week, as the “Gasoline Alley Team” brings you all the up-to-date racing news and results for the listeners in a totally unique and very refreshing concept for the local and International racing communities.

Should you have any comments or questions, on how to be a part of the program through advertising or appearances, please contact Steve Pados at 610 573 9706 or Ed Pados at 610 739 0391. Randy Kane is available at 610 682-6273 and the WALN studio number is 610 791 1818. You may also e-mail the program anytime directly at racewriter@enter.net or try steveswp@netzero.net with your comments.

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Something For Everyone on CarQuest Gasoline Alley on April 17
CarQuest Gasoline Alley On WALN Cable FM Monday Night, April 17, from 6 to 8 P.M.

MAXATAWNY, PA - This week, the "CarQuest Gasoline Alley Gang" on WALN has a notable night planned, which includes interviews with racers from the big block dirt modified clan, the 410 sprint car ranks and the asphalt modified tour, together, who'll talk about their early season success stories. It is a little bit of a taste for everyone, this Monday, on CarQuest Gasoline Alley.

The guests for this weeks show include Chad Layton, who scored his first career win at the Lincoln Speedway on Saturday night aboard the Bob Stewart owned Apple Motorsports No. 12 410 sprint car. The lad out of Harrisburg, PA., will discuss his move full-time to the 410 central Pennsylvania sprints and what he is looking for with the '06 season underway.

We will then talk with a great driving talent on the big block and 358 modified dirt car circuit, Duane Howard, as the 42-year-old throttle-jockey out of Oley, PA., talks about his career to date, his success and recent victories at, both, Bridgeport and Grandview and his '06 opportunities to steer a Chad Sinon owned BPG Motorsports car, among other topics.

Finally, we will chat with Mike Stefanik, a very talented racer who was the winner at Thompson last weekend in the annual "Ice Breaker" pavement modified event. Stefanik will talk about his career and his 2006 goal towards a seventh Whelen Tour championship, which would tie him with the late Richie Evans, overall.

This will be a great show. Make sure to listen in.

The CarQuest Gasoline Alley (TV/Radio/Internet) Show continues with its new programming "live" every Monday night on WALN Cable Radio FM 92.1, “live” every Monday on the Internet www.polkas.com/waln and also "live" weekly on Service Electric Digital Cable TV channels 222 and 137. A tape-delayed rebroadcast program can be seen on channel 50 and heard on the Internet, starting at 11 o'clock on Monday evenings.

Monday night, April 17, at 6 P.M., begin your week with the Pados Brothers (Ed and Steve) and Area Auto Racing News weekly columnist Randy Kane with their well-documented, very informative and extremely funny CarQuest Gasoline Alley Racing Show, which runs for a full two-hours and is known, simply, as the fastest racing show on the airwaves.

Joining the “Gang” also is Orange County Fair Speedway big block modified star, Bruce Kline, who gives the listeners a look at racing from inside the cockpit.

Join the fun and excitement each week, as the “Gasoline Alley Team” brings you all the up-to-date racing news and results for the listeners in a totally unique and very refreshing concept for the local and International racing communities.

Should you have any comments or questions, on how to be a part of the program through advertising or appearances, please contact Steve Pados at 610 217 8774 or Ed Pados at 610 739 0391. Randy Kane is available at 610 682-6273 and the WALN studio number is 610 791 1818. You may also e-mail the program anytime directly at racewriter@enter.net or try steveswp@netzero.net with your comments.

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Stutts and Heimbach Headline April 10 CarQuest Gasoline Alley Program
CarQuest Gasoline Alley On WALN Cable FM Monday Night, April 10, from 6 to 8 P.M.


MAXATAWNY, PA - This week, the "CarQuest Gasoline Alley Gang" kicks off its second season on WALN with a notable night, which includes a pair of young, up-and-coming central Pennsylvania sprint car chauffeurs, who'll talk about their early season success stories.

The guests for this weeks show include T. J. Stutts, who has scored 2 early season victories at the Selinsgrove Speedway aboard the Gary and Patty Beam owned No. 88 410 sprint car. The lad out of Liverpool, PA., will discuss his move full-time to the 410 central Pennsylvania sprints and what he is looking for with the '06 season underway.

We will then talk with another youthful driving talent on the 358 sprint car circuit, Blane Heimbach, as the 24-year-old throttle-jockey out of Selinsgrove, PA., talks about his career to date, his success at Selinsgrove and his '06 opportunities to steer a 410 sprint car, among other topics.

Finally, we will chat with Mark Lowery, a very talented young Afro-American racer, who'll talk about his budding career and the difficulties he's had to face on his climb up the racing ladder towards a goal of NASCAR Nextel Cup racing.

This will be a great show. Make sure to listen in.

The CarQuest Gasoline Alley (TV/Radio/Internet) Show continues with its new programming "live" every Monday night on WALN Cable Radio FM 92.1, “live” every Monday on the Internet www.polkas.com/waln and also "live" weekly on Service Electric Digital Cable TV channels 222 and 137. A tape-delayed rebroadcast program can be seen on channel 50 and heard on the Internet, starting at 11 o'clock on Monday evenings.

Monday night, April 10, at 6 P.M., begin your week with the Pados Brothers (Ed and Steve) and Area Auto Racing News weekly columnist Randy Kane with their well-documented, very informative and extremely funny CarQuest Gasoline Alley Racing Show, which runs for a full two-hours and is known, simply, as the fastest racing show on the airwaves.

Joining the “Gang” also is Orange County Fair Speedway big block modified star, Bruce Kline, who gives the listeners a look at racing from inside the cockpit.

Join the fun and excitement each week, as the “Gasoline Alley Team” brings you all the up-to-date racing news and results for the listeners in a totally unique and very refreshing concept for the local and International racing communities.

Should you have any comments or questions, on how to be a part of the program through advertising or appearances, please contact Steve Pados at 610 217 8774 or Ed Pados at 610 739 0391. Randy Kane is available at 610 682-6273 and the WALN studio number is 610 791 1818. You may also e-mail the program anytime directly at racewriter@enter.net or try steveswp@netzero.net with your comments.

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Carquest Gasoline Alley Celebrates Year One Monday Night, April 3
Car Quest Gasoline Alley and Straight Line Fever on WALN Cable FM
Monday Night April 3rd from 6 to 9PM

This week the Gasoline Alley Gang celebrates it first year on TV with another outstanding show as they trace the origin of Gasoline Alley, not only in Paterson, New Jersey from were they took their name but to the confines of Indianapolis where show guest Charlie Patterson will share his stories of the naming of Gasoline Alley in the famous racing city. Charlie will talk about his involvement with racing from the 50's including his current project the New-Gen Motorsports Group. Two of the racers under contract to Nex-Gen will also be featured on the show, including Busch and ARCA star Blake Feese and the rim riding USAC Midget driving talent Brad Kuhn.

Join the gang as they focus on racing past and present on this very special Anniversary Edition of the show.

Future Nex-Gen Motorsports guests for the show include: Billy Wease, Mark Lowery, Charles Lewandoski, Jeff Choquette, Ryan Durst, and return interviews with Sondi Eden, and Audra Saselli.

Straight Line Fever with hosts Lisa Moyer and Emil Osif will follow immediately with another great show featuring guests from the Drag Racing community. For the latest and greatest news happenings in the exciting world of Drag Racing, make sure you catch the "FEVER" on Monday nights immediately following Car Quest Gasoline Alley

Car Quest Gasoline Alley TV/Radio Show continues with its outstanding lineup of talented guests for this week's edition of the show. The new programming on WALN Cable Radio FM 92.1, Internet www.polkas.com/waln  and Service Electric Digital Cable TV Channels 222, 137 is live & tape delayed on Channel 50 and the Internet at 11 PM.

Monday night, April 3rd at 6 PM begin your racing week with the Pados Brothers, Ed, and Steve with their well documented, informative, and extremely funny, Car Quest Gasoline Alley Racing Show for a full two hours of the fastest racing show on the airwaves. Joining the Gang will be AARN race writer Randy Kane, and Modified star Bruce Kline. Following in their footsteps will be the new one hour spin-off show Straight Line Fever, featuring in house Drag Racing Lady, Lisa Moyer, and her look into the wild and exciting world of Drag Racing.

Should you have questions on how to be a part of the program through advertising or appearances, please contact Steve Pados at: 610 573 9706, Ed Pados at: 610 739 0391, or WALN at 610 791 1818. You may also e-mail: steveswp@netzero.net.

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Wayne Harper & Buffy Swanson Headline Carquest Gasoline Alley Program March 27
Carquest Gasoline Alley and Straight Line Fever On WALN Cable FM Monday Night, March 27, from 6 to 9 P.M.

EASTON, PA - This Monday night on Carquest Gasoline Alley, once again, a very interesting program is planned. The guest list, once more, brings the race fans a different look at racing today. Check it out this week, between 6 and 8 p.m., that's Carquest Gasoline Alley for all your up-to-the-minute racing news. It's your source for what's happening in the world of racing.

The guests for this weeks show include, the current New Egypt Speedway public relations person, Buffy Swanson. Buffy will talk about the upcoming racing season and give her thoughts on the changes made at New Egypt Speedway for the '06 racing campaign.

We will also take a look at the world of 410 sprint car racing, these days, with veteran Lincoln Speedway race track announcer Wayne Harper. Harper will share his views on Central Pennsylvania racing, the mighty World of Outlaws, The National Sprint Tour and much, much more in what should be a great interview.

A third and final interview will be added to this weeks line-up, but that person, presently, has not been finalized for publication. Once things are put together, we'll announce the final guest for the racing program, this week. Stay tuned for that announcement.

This will be a great show. Make sure to listen in.

Straight Line Fever, with hosts Lisa Moyer and Emil Osif, will follow immediately with another great show, featuring guests from the Drag Racing community. Make sure you “Catch the Fever” every Monday night, immediately following Carquest Gasoline Alley, starting at 8 o’clock.

The Carquest Gasoline Alley TV/Radio/Internet Show continues with its new programming every Monday night on WALN Cable Radio FM 92.1, “live” every Monday on the Internet www.polkas.com/waln and also on Service Electric Digital Cable TV channels 222 and 137. A tape-delayed rebroadcast program can be seen on channel 50 and heard on the Internet, starting at midnight.

Monday night, March 27, at 5 P.M., begin your week with Carl Baker, presiding over his all-new Pit Row Music Show, featuring one full hour of great music to prep you for the Pados Brothers (Ed and Steve) with their well-documented, very informative and extremely funny Carquest Gasoline Alley Racing Show, which runs for a full two-hours and is known as the fastest racing show on the airwaves.

Joining the “Gang” weekly is Area Auto Racing News columnist, Randy Kane, plus Orange County Fair Speedway big block modified star, Bruce Kline, who gives his take from the race car cockpit.

Following in their tire tracks is the new one-hour spin-off show, Straight Line Fever, featuring in-house drag racing lady, Lisa Moyer, with her look into the usually wild and very exciting world of drag racing from 8 o'clock until 9, weekly.

Join the fun and excitement each week, as the “Gasoline Alley Team” brings racing and music together for the listeners in a totally unique and very refreshing concept for the local and International racing communities.

Should you have any comments or questions, on how to be a part of the program through advertising or appearances, please contact Steve Pados at 610 217 8774 or Ed Pados at 610 739 0391. Lisa Moyer is available at 610 863 5280 and the WALN studio number is 610 791 1818. You may also e-mail the program anytime directly at racewriter@enter.net or try steveswp@netzero.net with your comments.

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Darren McCaughey, John Kozak & Bruce Kline on Carquest Gasoline Alley March 20
Carquest Gasoline Alley and Straight Line Fever On WALN Cable FM
Monday Night, March 20, from 6 to 9 P.M.

This week, the “Gasoline Alley Gang” mixes up the show a bit, as weekly host Steve Pados will be missing and away from the studio conducting wrestling events in Pittsburgh, PA. Joining Ed Pados and Randy Kane, this week, will be all-purpose race guy Tim Nordon, as a guest host.
The guests for this weeks show include, the recently retired from racing second-generation driver and former New Egypt driving star, Darren McCaughey, as he talks about this sudden turn of events.
We will then step back to the good old days and have a conversation with former Reading Fairgrounds big block modified star, John Kozak. John will talk about the career he enjoyed in racing.
Finally, we will chat with our in-house big block modified star, Bruce Kline, to get his spin on the upcoming season at the Orange County Fair Speedway.
This will be a great show. Make sure to listen in.
Straight Line Fever, with hosts Lisa Moyer and Emil Osif, will follow immediately with another great show, featuring guests from the Drag Racing community. Make sure you “Catch the Fever” every Monday night, immediately following Carquest Gasoline Alley, starting at 8 o’clock.
The Carquest Gasoline Alley TV/Radio/Internet Show continues with its new programming every Monday night on WALN Cable Radio FM 92.1, “live” every Monday on the Internet www.polkas.com/waln and also on Service Electric Digital Cable TV channels 222 and 137. A tape-delayed rebroadcast program can be seen on channel 50 and heard on the Internet, starting at midnight.
Monday night, March 20, at 5 P.M., begin your week with Carl Baker, presiding over his all-new Pit Row Music Show, featuring one full hour of great music to prep you for the Pados Brothers (Ed and Steve) with their well-documented, very informative and extremely funny Carquest Gasoline Alley Racing Show, which runs for a full two-hours and is known as the fastest racing show on the airwaves.
Joining the “Gang” weekly is Area Auto Racing News columnist, Randy Kane, plus Orange County Fair Speedway big block modified star, Bruce Kline.
Following in their tire tracks is the new one-hour spin-off show, Straight Line Fever, featuring in-house drag racing lady, Lisa Moyer, with her look into the usually wild and very exciting world of drag racing.
Join the fun and excitement each week, as the “Gasoline Alley Team” brings racing and music together for the listeners in a totally unique and very refreshing concept for the local and International racing communities.
Should you have any comments or questions, on how to be a part of the program through advertising or appearances, please contact Steve Pados at 610 217 8774 or Ed Pados at 610 739 0391. Lisa Moyer is available at 610 863 5280 and the WALN studio number is 610 791 1818. You may also e-mail the program anytime directly at racewriter@enter.net or try steveswp@netzero.net with your comments.

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Rick Lafferty & Bill Wimble Headline Carquest Gasoline Alley For March 13
Carquest Gasoline Alley and Straight Line Fever On WALN Cable FM
Monday night, March 13, from 6 to 9 P.M.


This week “The Gasoline Alley Gang” is honored to have a legendary Modified Hall of Fame driving talent, Bill Wimble, with us on the show to talk about his great career and many experiences in the sport.
Also taking part on the program will be a California Ford Focus driving talent, Audra Saselli, to discuss her plans for 2006.
Finally, we will catch up with last Saturday afternoon’s Lincoln Speedway 410 sprint car feature event winner, Rick Lafferty, who’ll talk about his emotional win and his high hopes for a banner year yet to come in 2006.
This should be a great show, so, make sure you tune in and enjoy it all.
Straight Line Fever immediately follows with hosts Lisa Moyer and Emil Osif and another great show, featuring guests from the drag racing community. Make sure you “Catch the Fever” every Monday night, immediately following Carquest Gasoline Alley, starting at 8 o’clock.
The Carquest Gasoline Alley Internet/TV/Radio Show continues with new programming “live” on WALN Cable Radio FM 92.1, “live” by clicking your computer onto the Internet www.polkas.com/waln and also “live” weekly on Service Electric Digital Cable TV channels 222 and 137. There’s an encore, tape-delayed rebroadcast on channel 50 and the Internet starting at midnight each Monday.
Monday night, March 13, at 5 P.M. begin your week with Carl Baker, presiding over his new Pit Row Music Show, featuring one full hour of great music to prep you for the Pados Brothers (Ed and Steve) with their well-documented, very informative and extremely funny Carquest Gasoline Alley Racing Show, for a full two-hours. The program’s known throughout the racing circles as the fastest racing show on the airwaves.
Joining the program weekly giving the fans an inside look at the racing scene these days is well-known Area Auto Racing News weekly columnist, Randy Kane, plus Orange County Fair Speedway big block modified star Bruce Kline.
Following in their tire tracks is the new one-hour spin-off show, Straight Line Fever, featuring in-house drag racing lady, Lisa Moyer, with her look into the very wild and always exciting world of drag racing.
Join the fun and excitement, as “The Gasoline Alley Team” brings the listeners racing and music, together, through a totally new, unique and refreshing concept for the local and International racing communities.
Should you have any comments about the program or questions on how to be a part of the program, through advertising or appearances, please contact Steve Pados at 610 217 8774 or Ed Pados at 610 739 0391. Lisa Moyer is available at 610 863 5280 and WALN can be reached at 610 791 1818. You may also e-mail about the program anytime at racewriter@enter.net or try steveswp@netzero.net to have your questions answered.

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Late Models & Modifieds Headline Carquest Gasoline Alley Program on March 6
Carquest Gasoline Alley and Straight Line Fever On WALN Cable FM
Monday Night, March 6, from 6 to 9 P.M.

The “Gasoline Alley Gang” will be back in the studio this week after a highly successful live remote show last week from the Reading Racers Reunion & Race Car Mall Show. More than 50 interviews were conducted during the show, last Monday night, and many drivers who couldn't make it to the show will be take part in future shows.
This Monday, seasoned veteran Ray Swinehart will headline the guest list, talking about his plans for the quickly approaching 2006 racing season.
In addition, on hand will be the very energetic racing promoter from the Accord Speedway, Gary Palmer to talk about the very aggressive schedule he has in place for the upcoming racing season.
Late model racing talent, Jimmy Bernheisel, also, will take part in this weeks show, talking about his long career and the increasing popularity of the late model racing division.
This will be a great show so make sure you tune in.
Straight Line Fever, with hosts Lisa Moyer and Emil Osif, follows immediately, with another great show featuring guests from the drag racing community. Make sure you “Catch The Fever” every Monday night, immediately following Carquest Gasoline Alley, starting at 8 o’clock.
The Carquest Gasoline Alley TV/Radio/Internet show continues with its new programming, heard “live” on WALN Cable Radio FM 92.1 weekly, “live” worldwide on the Internet www.polkas.com/waln weekly and also “live” weekly on Service Electric Digital Cable TV channels 222 and 137. A tape-delayed, encore rebroadcast is available every Monday night on channel 50 and on the Internet beginning at midnight.
Monday night, March 6, at 5 P.M. begin your week with Carl Baker, presiding over his all-new Pit Row Music Show, featuring one full hour of great music, to prep you for the Pados Brothers (Ed and Steve) with their well-documented, very informative and extremely funny Carquest Gasoline Alley Racing Show, which is a full two-hours, from 6 o’clock until 8 o’clock, and known as the fastest racing show on the airwaves.
Joining “The Gang” weekly is Area Auto Racing News longtime weekly racing columnist, Randy Kane.
Following in their tire tracks will be the new, one-hour, spin-off show Straight Line Fever, featuring in-house drag racing lady, Lisa Moyer, with her interesting look into the very wild and very exciting world of drag racing.
Join the fun and excitement, every Monday night, as the “Gasoline Alley Team” brings the listeners racing and music together in a totally unique and very refreshing concept for the local and International racing communities.
Should you have any comments about the programs or questions on how to be a part of any show, through advertising or appearances, please contact Steve Pados at 610 217 8774 or Ed Pados at 610 739 0391. You can contact Lisa Moyer at 610 863 5280 or try WALN at 610 791 1818. You may also e-mail the program at racewriter@enter.net or try steveswp@netzero.net if that’s easier.

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Reading Reunion "LIVE REMOTE" February 27
Carquest Gasoline Alley at the 21st Annual Reading Racers Reunion Show with a "Live Remote" February 27th

EASTON, PA - The highly successful Carquest Gasoline Alley Racing program will take center stage at the Fairgrounds Square Mall on Monday night, February 27, with a special “live remote” show from 5 P.M. until 9 P.M. in conjunction with the 21st Annual Reading Racers Reunion and Race Car Mall Show. Come out and join “The Gang,” Ed and Steve Pados, longtime Area Auto Racing News weekly columnist Randy Kane and big block modified race driver Bruce Kline, as they talk racing, present all sorts of racing trivia and conduct numerous interviews with many of the racing greats from the Reading Fairgrounds. Many of the new faces in racing, in addition, will be well represented, with current stars displaying their 2006 race cars at the show.
Expected to participate at the show are show organizer Bob Miller, veteran racers Ray Swinehart, Jimmy Secor, Mike Kolka, Doug Manmiller, Kenny Gilmore, Barry White, Archie Myers, Jesse Kline, Eric Palmer, Brad Grim, Danny Creeden, Jason Hamilton, Brian Leppo, Gary Gollub, Randy West, Sean Carman,
Josh Weller, Bobby Hauer, Bruce Young, Dick Hauer, Ed Farley, Leroy Amey, Kenny Wismer Jr., Charlie Gilmore, Brett Gilmore, Red Coffin, Tracy Readinger, Bob Beidleman, Andy Martin, Barry Angstadt, A.J. Ernesto, Glenn Fitzcharles, Dave Adams and the Young Guns, who campaign weekly at the Bridgeport Speedway. Noted racing photographer and local television broadcaster, Mike Feltenberger, also, is expected to stop by.
Carl Baker, the host of the Pit Row Music Show, will spin some great music beginning at 4 P.M. to prepare you for the fastest and most informative racing program on the airwaves, which begins at 5 P.M.
Carquest Gasoline Alley TV/Internet/Radio Show can be heard “live” weekly on WALN Cable Radio FM 92.1, “live” on the Internet www.polkas.com/waln and also “live” weekly on Service Electric Digital Cable TV channels 222 and 137 every Monday from 6 P.M. until 8 P.M. A tape-delayed rebroadcast can be viewed on channel 50 from midnight until 2 A.M. and an audio encore presentation is available at that same time on the Internet.
Coast to coast interviews with the current driving stars, as well as many trips back to yesteryear to chat with the legends of the sport, who carved out racing as we know it today, national and local results and the latest news in racing, all, headline the shows. Join the fun and the excitement as the “Gasoline Alley Team” brings the listeners racing and music together in a totally unique and very refreshing concept for the local and International racing communities.
Should you have any questions on how to be a part of the program, through advertising or appearances, or just comments on the program itself, please contact Steve Pados at 610 217 8774 or Ed Pados at 610 739 0391. You can reach WALN at 610 791 1818. You may also e-mail the program if that’s easier at racewriter@enter.net or try steveswp@netzero.net at any time.

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Carquest Gasoline Alley at 21st Annual Reading Racers Reunion with "Live Remote" Monday, February 27

The highly successful Carquest Gasoline Alley Racing Show will take center stage on Monday night, February 27, with a “live remote” show running from 5 P.M. until 9 P.M. at the Fairgrounds Square Mall, in conjunction with the 21st Annual Reading Racing Reunion Show. Come out and join the Gang, Ed and Steve Pados, Area Auto Racing News weekly columnist Randy Kane and Orange County Fair Speedway big block modified driving ace, Bruce Kline, as they talk local racing, offer fans racing trivia and conduct numerous interviews, with many of the racers that carved out their racing careers at the Reading Fairgrounds. Many of the new faces in racing today will also be represented, as well, as current racers display their 2006 race cars at the show.
Co-host Steve Pados commented, "My brother, Ed, and I have been conducting bus trips to the Reading Racers Reunion for nearly 15 years, now, from the Lehigh Valley and it is truly an honor to be included in such a great event. Our new radio/TV/Internet deal has been a tremendous success with the racing communities and we look forward to having a great show at the Reading Racing Reunion event."
Carl Baker, the host of the Pit Row Music Show, will spin some great music, beginning at 4 P.M. to prepare you for the fastest and most informative racing show on the airwaves today, Carquest Gasoline Alley, which begins promptly at 5 P.M.
The Carquest Gasoline Alley TV/Internet/Radio Show can be heard “live” weekly on WALN Cable Radio FM 92.1, “live” weekly on the Internet www.polkas.com/waln and additionally on Service Electric Digital Cable TV channels 222 and 137 every Monday normally from 6 P.M. until 8 P.M. and is rebroadcast by tape delay on channel 50 and on the Internet from midnight until 2 A.M.
Coast to coast interviews, with current driving stars, as well as many trips back to yesteryear, to chat with the legends of the sport who carved out racing as we know it today, national and local results, plus all the latest news in racing headline each show.
Join the fun and excitement, as the “Gasoline Alley Team” brings racing and music together in a totally unique and very refreshing concept for the local and International racing communities.
Should you have any questions on how to be a part of the program through advertising or appearances or comments about the program, please contact Steve Pados at 610 217 8774 or Ed Pados at 610 739 0391. WALN can be reached at 610 791 1818. You may also e-mail comments about the program to racewriter@enter.net or write to steveswp@netzero.net to express your opinions.

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"No Baloney" as Lebanon Based Racers Headline Carquest Gasoline Alley February 20
Carquest Gasoline Alley and Straight Line Fever On WALN Cable FM
Monday night, February 20, from 6 to 9 P.M.


Lebanon, Pennsylvania, long has been established as an area where tons of great bologna of that same name has been made. It’s no baloney, though, that the central Pennsylvania based city has also been home of some outstanding racing talents, through the years, and it continues with that rich legacy still today.
The “Gasoline Alley Gang,” this week, will chat with four such racers, who’ll be featured on this week's edition of the program.
Second-generation chauffeur, Bobby Gerhart Jr., fresh off a fourth career ARCA Daytona win, headlines the action.
Former Syracuse Super DIRT Week race winner and a current Silver Crown star, Richie Tobias Jr., also will be on the show to discuss his racing career, as well as the famous Tobias family history in the sport.
Current late model driver and race car builder, Jimmy Bernheisel will also talk about his racing efforts and the Lazer chassis, which he builds and races with.
To cap off the show, we’ll chat with the very popular former Reading Fairgrounds big block modified driving standout, “The Lebanon Leadfoot,” Bobby Hauer, who’ll talk about his days behind the wheel of that famous ORA number 9 big block modified.
It’s no baloney, this week’s show will be great!!!!
Don't forget, in addition, “The Gasoline Alley Gang” heads to the Reading Racers Reunion & Race Car Mall Show for a “live” remote on Monday night, February 27, from 5 o’clock until 9 o’clock. We will be conducting interviews with many of the drivers that carved out their careers at the famed Berks County half-mile clay oval, as well as the many great stars that dot the racing landscape today.
Straight Line Fever, with hosts Lisa Moyer and Emil Osif, will follow immediately with another great show, featuring guests from the drag racing community. Make sure you “Catch The Fever” every Monday night, immediately following Carquest Gasoline Alley at 8 o’clock.
The Carquest Gasoline Alley TV/Radio/Internet program continues with its new programming “live” on WALN Cable Radio FM 92.1, “live” on the Internet www.polkas.com/waln and also “live” weekly on Service Electric Digital Cable TV channels 222 and 137, with an encore, tape-delayed rebroadcast show on channel 50 and over the Internet at midnight each Monday.
Monday night, February 20, at 5 P.M., begin your week with Carl Baker presiding over his new Pit Row Music Show, featuring one great hour of music to prep you for the Pados Brothers (Ed and Steve) with their very entertaining, well-documented, very informative and extremely funny Carquest Gasoline Alley Racing Show for a full two hours, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The program’s quickly become known as the fastest racing show on the airwaves today.
Joining “The Gang” weekly is Area Auto Racing News longtime columnist, Randy Kane.
Following in their tire tracks weekly is the new one-hour spin-off show, Straight Line Fever, featuring in-house drag racing lady, Lisa Moyer, with her look into the wild and exciting world of drag racing.
Join the fun and excitement as the “Gasoline Alley Team” brings racing and music together with a totally unique and refreshing concept for the entire local and International racing communities in one complete program
Should you have any comments or questions on how to be a part of any of the programs, through advertising or appearances, please contact Steve Pados by telephone at 610 217 8774 or Ed Pados at 610 739 0391. You can contact Lisa Moyer at 610 863 5280 or the WALN studio at 610 791 1818. You may also e-mail your comments about the program to racewriter@enter.net or send them to steveswp@netzero.net as well.

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It's A New York State of Mind February 13 on Carquest Gasoline Alley
Carquest Gasoline Alley and Straight Line Fever On WALN Cable FM
Monday night, February 13, from 6 to 9 P.M.

It is a New York state of mind, this Monday night, as the “Gasoline Alley Gang” heads north to the “Hard Clay” of the Orange County Fair Speedway to chat with four of the big block campaigners at that facility.
Second-generation racing veteran Gary Edwards Jr., who’s coming off one of his best years to date, will kick off the interviews, talking about his plans for 2006.
Following is a crafty veteran of many years and, certainly, a fan-favorite, Bill Wilson, who is still winning races in a great career behind the wheel at the famous five-eighth-mile oval.
From there, we’ll hook-up with “Hollywood,” seasoned big block and small block modified chauffeur, Craig Mitchell, who will be in Daytona for the 500, but we’ll chat with him regarding many different topics, now that DIRT Motorsports has regained control at the raceway.
We’ll wave the checkered with an interview with top-running youngster, “The Panic,” second-generation pilot, Davey Franek, as we talk about his upcoming rookie year at OCFS, as well as the bright future he has carved out in the sprint cars.
Straight Line Fever, with hosts Lisa Moyer and Emil Osif, will follow immediately after with another great show, featuring guests from the drag racing community. Make sure you “Catch the Fever” on Monday nights, immediately following two full hours of the Carquest Gasoline Alley program, at 8 P.M.
The Carquest Gasoline Alley TV/Radio/Internet show continues with its new and unique style of programming “live” on WALN Cable Radio FM 92.1, “live” Internet www.polkas.com/waln and also “live” on Service Electric Digital Cable TV channels 222 and 137, with an encore, tape-delayed program rebroadcast on channel 50 starting at midnight, plus on the Internet hook-up, as well.
Monday night, February 13, at 5 P.M. begin your week with Carl Baker presiding over his new Pit Row Music show, featuring one great hour of music to prep you for the Pados Brothers (Ed and Steve) with their well-documented, very informative and extremely funny Carquest Gasoline Alley show, which runs a full two hours from 6 P.M. until 8 P.M. weekly. It is simply known to all as the fastest and most informative show on the airwaves.
Joining the “Gang” always is the Area Auto Racing News longtime, award-winning, weekly columnist, Randy Kane.
Following in their tire tracks is the new, one-hour, spin-off show, Straight Line Fever, featuring in-house drag racing lady, Lisa Moyer, featuring her different look into the wild and very exciting world of drag racing.
Join the fun and excitement, as the “Gasoline Alley Team” brings you racing and music together in a totally unique and very refreshing concept for the local and International racing communities.
Should you have any questions on how to be a part of any program, through advertising or appearances, or simply comments, please contact Steve Pados at 610 217 8774 or Ed Pados at 610 739 0391. Lisa Moyer is available at 610 863 5280 or for WALN, contact the studio at 610 791 1818. You may also e-mail something to racewriter@enter.net or try steveswp@netzero.net if that’s easier.

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