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    “Inside Racing”
    Live From Indianapolis

    The Newest, Most Comprehensive Racing Radio Show Covering The Entire World Of Motorsports…
    Live from the Capital Of Motor Racing - Indianapolis


    GUESTS FOR WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23RD INCLUDE:
    LEE KUNZMAN, MEL KENYON AND TOM BIGELOW

    (Speedway, IN) -- Please join hosts Janie Vogel and Steve Roggie as well as our live audience at one of the country’s greatest racing establishments, Union Jack Pub, in Speedway, Ind., for the new “Inside Racing” radio show, heard on KOOL 101.9 FM (WKLU in Indy). Guests for the Wednesday, January 23rd "Inside Racing" radio show include:

    Lee Kunzman: A legendary open-wheel racer who is now the colorful Team Manager of 2000 IRL champion Hemelgarn Racing Team;

    Mel Kenyon: The most accomplished Midget racer in history, USAC National Midget’s all-time leader in the win column with 111, an Indy 500 veteran and still running up front in Midget races in his 6th decade of racing;

    Tom Bigelow: USAC's all-time winningest Sprint car driver with 52 wins, former manager of Winchester Speedway who is now enjoying semi-retirement (we think).

    Please remember that this week's show ONLY will have a time change to 6:00-7:00 pm (from the normal time of 8-9:00 pm on Wednesday’s) to accommodate a live airing of the Indianapolis Ice hockey game. WKLU is the proud home of the Indianapolis Ice.

    Union Jack Pub is located on 25th Street at the Crawfordsville Road exit off of I-465 on Indy’s west side, about one mile from the world famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway. For more information, please contact Union Jack Pub at (317) 243-3300 (see their discount offer below).

    Please check www.InsideRacingRadio.com for news and updates on show guests as well as an eventual archive of past shows. All “Inside Racing” radio shows will be able to be heard live on the Internet at www.LiveOnTheNet.com (will be a link off of InsideRacingRadio.com) or at www.kool-1019.com, but technical difficulties have delayed that process. An e-mail will be sent when the shows will start being webcast, as well as a note posted on relevant websites.

    Many thanks to the “Inside Racing” Radio Show affiliates and sponsors:

    McKnight Motor Home Rentals, Inc.
    McKnight Motor Home Rentals will supply you with a motor home that suits your every need – from a luxury motor coach to group transportation as small as a van. McKnight’s can deliver or supply drivers for your destinations, and would like to be YOUR racing connection to an easier life on the way to all of the races in 2002. Lots of racers and celebrities already have used their services, such as Target Chip Ganassi Racing, the Dixie Chicks, Faith Hill, Alabama, Scott Glenn, Jack Nicholson, Danny DeVito, Robert Plant, Tony Bennett, 98 Degrees, Tom Jones, Liza Minnelli, Randy "Macho Man" Savage, Leslie Nielsen, Florence Henderson, Hallie Eisenberg and more. Also, McKnight has been the Motor Home source for more than 150 commercials, 50 television shows and special events, and nine feature films. Call toll free today at (877) 937-1092 or visit their web site at www.mcknightrentals.com.

    Classic Impressions Racewear
    Have all of your apparel needs taken care of by one of the best in the racing business, Classic Impressions. They’ll take care of all of your custom shirt printing, racewear, embroidery, advertising specialties and upscale garment racing needs for 2002. If the World of Outlaws Champion, Danny Lasoski trusts them for his apparel line, you should, too. For a quote or more information, call them at (800) 775-8337 or visit their web site at www.classicimp.com and go to the racewear section. If you are looking to purchase apparel of your favorite Outlaw, IRL, UDTRA, or Stars driver or many other items check out their online racing apparel superstore @ www.racewearonline.com.

    WKLU (KOOL) 101.9 FM
    The new home of “Inside Racing “ is WKLU – KOOL 101.9 - Indianapolis’ popular adult-oriented rock station and radio home of the Indianapolis Ice with announcer Jim Mirabello. Listen to KOOL 101.9’s exciting lineup of DJ’s and programming, such as morning man Jay Baker, Jill Savage as she rocks you to work, Bruce “The Radio Pirate,” Libby with evening drive time and Sunday afternoon tunes, James Brown with the “James Brown Phone Request Show,” Jim Holdeman and Doug Edens with Hendricks County High School Football and Basketball play-by-play, Jason Dozier with the “Sports Huddle” and Coaches Show, Paul Wilson with Thursday’s “Loudest Hour” show, Rich Hynes and Sunday’s “Kool Blues” Show, Gretchen and Brad with their “Grateful Dead Request Show” on Sundays, Pop and Scratch with music from the 60s - 80s, newly-added “In The Light” with Marilene Issacs and Jill Savage, “Reggae Revolution” on Saturdays, Dr. Demento, Randy Ray, Irma White, Kevin Cordray, and sister racing shows “D.O.’s Racing Review” and “Autosport 2002.” Check out their website at www.kool-1019.com for links to everything happening on the station, as well as a link to hearing all of the great racing shows the station offers as they happen through a live Internet feed.

    Union Jack Pub
    One of Indiana’s most fun and cozy eating and drinking establishments, Union Jack Pub has two locations, one in Speedway and one in Broad Ripple Village, with the Speedway location in the heart of racing country hosting the “Inside Racing” radio show each week. Racing memorabilia, including a full-sized race car on display, as well as an enormous racing helmet collection and world-famous paintings by renowned motorsports painter Ron Burton, courtesy of the in-house Ron Burton Gallery, are just part of the ambience you’ll enjoy as you visit the Speedway location, known for race car drivers, teams and VIPs who regularly make “UJ’s” their social hub. A new “family section” makes visiting families with children welcome into the Pub in an area that they can view the radio show and other activities. Visit their Internet home at www.UnionJackPubs.com or call (317) 243-3300 for more information. Copy this portion of the release and bring it in to Union Jack Pub-Speedway to enjoy 20% off any regularly-priced entrée (lunch or dinner), excluding alcohol and tax. This coupon must accompany offer (no verbal mentions) and is not good with any other coupon or offer.

    Anyone who wants to be placed on the weekly e-mail list for this show (e-mails will include weekly specials/coupons only available to recipients of the e-mail) or for general inquiries, please e-mail Show Producer Janie Vogel at: [email protected] or call (317) 280-8832.

  • #2
    Just a reminder about tonight

    Steve and Janie are supposed to mention TSL and TF at the start

    And TSL has provided Janie with a tip that we will not send out until after the show tonight

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    • #3
      Matt, you tease you. . .
      "If TF members were given solid gold cars, some would complain about the color." - stnkypete

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Janie:
        <STRONG>
        Tom Bigelow: USAC's all-time winningest Sprint car driver with 52 wins, former manager of Winchester Speedway who is now enjoying semi-retirement (we think).
        </STRONG>
        Don't forget 1984 USAC midget champion.
        Guess who built his engines that year.

        Thanks, I'll be listening.
        "IRL" ... what IS that anyway?

        J. Michael Ringham
        Vice President, Marketing
        IndyCar® Series Indy Pro Series

        www.jonescams.com yankeegoback.com

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        • #5
          bump
          "If TF members were given solid gold cars, some would complain about the color." - stnkypete

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          • #6
            I really wanted to listen to the show, so I did my part and registered with LiveOnTheNet, but then, after I was in, there was no link to the show, and no mention when I did the search. If anyone has a link I would appreciate it.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Mackie:
              <STRONG>I really wanted to listen to the show, so I did my part and registered with LiveOnTheNet, but then, after I was in, there was no link to the show, and no mention when I did the search. If anyone has a link I would appreciate it.</STRONG>
              I'm with you Mackie, but Janie does explain that it's not quite ready for the net yet:

              but technical difficulties have delayed that process. An e-mail will be sent when the shows will start being webcast, as well as a note posted on relevant websites.

              http://harm.net
              http://CampAndBrew.com

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