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Get out your DVRs....AN amazing hour of dirt racing is on tv this week (including tonight at 11) as we air the Go Nuclear! LM series race from Cornwall....One of the best finishes that you will EVER see highlighted the night.  Paul Szmal, Doug Elkins, Matt Thomas, and producer Rich Vleck really outdid themselves on this one.   Great camera angles/views, interviews, commentary, and, of course, RACING!  Channels and times are below.

 

For Immediate Release:

Contact Info: Rvstats@frontiernet.net

 

Incredible Finish Highlights Terrific Atomic Power Racing Hour from Cornwall

 

Rich Vleck, ROCHESTER, NY, (August 5, 2014)- The first two Go Nuclear Late Model Races of 2014 were great, but the third event was amazing!

 

Starting Tuesday on Time Warner Cable Sportsnet Channels in Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, and Albany (Digital Channel 323 in all locations), the Atomic Power Racing Hour hits the airwaves from Cornwall Motor Speedway for the third race of the year.  The first two events of the year at Utica-Rome and Humberstone had great late-race battles for the win, but nothing can compare to the battle that took place at the tiny ¼ mile, where the series, and the division for that matter, were invading for the first time. 

 

Doug Elkins and Rich Vleck keep you informed while Paul Szmal details the action throughout the pit area, keeping the pulse of some of the unique stories around the smallest track on the circuit.

 

Scheduled airtimes are listed below for the Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse and Albany markets.  Many additional airtimes beyond this week have yet to be announced but are likely.  Those slots, like all others, are listed at www.GoNuclearLateModels.com orwww.HotWingsMedia.com.

 

Don’t forget that you can watch all six episodes from 2013 and the first two races of 2014 Speedway at any time on the Atomic Power Racing Hour Channel of YouTube.

 

The Atomic Power Racing Hour and Go Nuclear! Late Model Series are presented by Humber Nurseries, Keizer Aluminum Wheels, Gandrud Chevrolet, Insinger Performance, Excel Tower Service, Atomic Chassis, Schaeffer Oil, Grills N Ovens, Trick Race Parts, HVH Super Sucker, Beyea Custom Headers, Finish Line Web Design and Tenace Diversified, LLC.

 

The Atomic Power Racing Hour is produced and distributed by Hot Wings Media.  Hot Wings Media has packaged more than 35 race events in the last seven years from more than a dozen facilities.  If you are interested in getting your track, series or event in to more than two million homes across Upstate New York, visit www.HotWingsMedia.com for more information.

 

Atomic Power Racing Hour from Cornwall (Additional Times TBD):

 

Buffalo Market

(Channels 25, 323)

8/5

6:00 PM

8/6

11:00 PM

8/9

10:00 AM

8/12

5:30 PM

8/13

11:00 PM

8/16

11:00 PM

8/17

6:00 PM

 

Rochester Market

(Channels 26, 323)

8/5

6:00 PM

8/6

11:00 PM

8/8

11:00 AM

8/9

10:00 AM

8/9

3:00 PM

8/12

5:30 PM

8/13

11:00 PM

8/16

11:00 PM

 

Syracuse Market

(Channels 19, 323)

8/5

6:00 PM

8/6

11:00 PM

8/8

11:00 AM

8/9

10:00 AM

8/12

5:30 PM

8/13

11:00 PM

8/16

11:00 PM

 

Albany Market

(Channels 50, 323)

8/5

6:00 PM

8/6

11:00 PM

8/8

11:00 AM

8/9

10:00 AM

8/9

3:00 PM

8/12

6:00 PM

8/13

11:00 PM

8/16

11:00 PM

 

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Cant wait. Good show. Now if I can just find the channel. For some reason the TV Guide on my cable got rid of the numbers yesterday and just list channels by names. And for whatever reason there not in the same order either
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should be digital channel 323 in each market-  if you don't have a box then maybe the channels in the release above can be assistance?

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should be digital channel 323 in each market- if you don't have a box then maybe the channels in the release above can be assistance?

I got it, SU football from 1990 on now. Used to scrolling the guide though and not punching the numbers in manually. What in the world would possess Time Warner to take the channel numbers off the guide???

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