Welcome to our motorsports podcast where we discuss F1, Indycar, IMSA, NASCAR, our own racing adventures, and some other adventures!This past weekend, Formula 1 was in the streets of Las Vegas! As tradionalists of the sport we thought the race was very much a success but the fanfare around the race could've been dialed down significantly. We discuss our opinions on how "the show" went along with a review of the BRAWN GP: The Impossible F1 Story documentary series that is available on Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ at the time of this episode's release.Coming up this weekend is F1's season finale in Abu Dhabi along with the season finale for the Supercars season at the streets of Adelaide.
In today's episode, Tarig discusses his predictions and hopes for the all-new Las Vegas GP in Formula One. He talks about the potential the event has and the way it can affect the world. He also discusses some IMSA news as well.
Welcome to our motorsports podcast where we discuss F1, Indycar, IMSA, NASCAR, our own racing adventures, and some other adventures!Good friend of the podcast Derek Moore joins us this week to discuss his dirt oval kart racing in the Kansas Backyard Karting Series. Very much a laid back group of guys who just wanted to have fun and wrapped up a successful season as well with Derek taking the championship!Nate took his talents to Englishtown but instead this time he drove a KA100 in the Northeast Karting Challenge. Nate came home with a podium on his NKC debut!Formula 1 returns this weekend for the penultimate race of 2023 where they visit Fabulous Las Vegas. A return to sin city but this time they'll be racing down the strip!
Allan Rosenberg is a San Francisco based photographer who has been shooting for well over five decades throughout the world. His rich volume of work includes commissions for Mercedes Benz, Ruf, Marriott, and Hilton Hotels, The Post Hotel and Spa, Heineken, McDonalds, and dozens of wineries and over one hundred cookbooks for William Sonoma, Time Life, and Octopus. Allan has covered Formula 1 for three years, IMSA, and IndyCar. In the past he's contributed to Road & Track, Octane, Classic and Sportscar, and Rewind magazines.
Welcome to our motorsports podcast where we discuss F1, Indycar, IMSA, NASCAR, our own racing adventures, and some other adventures!F1 wraps up its triple header weekend in Sao Paulo, Brazil at the famous Interlagos circuit. The final sprint race weekend as well. There was some intense weather during qualifying but the battle for the final spot on the podium had everyone's attention on Sunday!NASCAR and WEC had their season's season finales this weekend. Phoenix and Bahrain, respectively.Coming up this weekend for racing is a quieter one but Moto GP will be at Malaysia.
Welcome to our motorsports podcast where we discuss F1, Indycar, IMSA, NASCAR, our own racing adventures, and some other adventures!On this week's episode we have a special guest, teammate, and friend, Nick Frangoulis, join us. We recap NASCAR's Martinsville race, F1's Mexican GP, and our 4 hour kart race we participated in.Upcoming this weekend F1 is in Brazil, NASCAR is at Phoenix for their Championship decider, and WEC's championship finale at Bahrain.
Welcome to our motorsports podcast where we discuss F1, Indycar, IMSA, NASCAR, our own racing adventures, and some other adventures!On this week's episode we have a special guest, Robert Torres, join us to discuss his racing adventures. Robert grew up racing in Pennsylvania and has quickly moved up to racing F4 cars today. Nate got to meet Robert at a Touring Kart Championship event at Trackhouse Motorplex in North Carolina.F1 continued at Circuit of the Americas this past weekend in Austin, TX for the US Grand Prix. A sprint race weekend where Max Verstappen was able to win both the sprint and grand prix races however the grand prix was not so straight forward. Logan Sargeant scored points on home turf as well becoming the first American F1 driver to score points since Michael Andretti.NASCAR had it's second race of the Round of 8 down at Homestead where championship contenders were driving hard and for a couple they drove over the edge and ended their races prematurely.Upcoming this weekend F1 is in Mexico, NASCAR is at Martinsville, Aussie V8 Supercars are at Gold Coast, and Super Formula has it's championship finale at Suzuka.
Thank you for listening to We Are Auto, the podcast about cars - for enthusiasts, by enthusiasts! Please leave a 5 Star rating and write a review! In episode 282: - Recapping the dramatic 2023 IMSA Petit Le Mans - NASCAR Playoffs continue in Las Vegas - Aston Martin restarting their Valkyrie Le Mans Hypercar project and more! Follow along! Facebook Instagram Youtube Website
Welcome to our motorsports podcast where we discuss F1, Indycar, IMSA, NASCAR, our own racing adventures, and some other adventures!This past weekend champions were crowned as the IMSA WeatherTech Sportscar Series had its final race of the year at Road Atlanta for the Petit Le Mans race. Drama in the inaugural GTP season with the LMDh prototypes late in the race made a great show for the fans. IMSA's Michelin Pilot Challenge Series also has some championship drama in the GS category as the title was decided by one position worth of points!NASCAR had it's first race of the round of 8 in the playoffs which saw one of the closest finishes in playoff history as Larson locks himself in for the championship round coming up in 3 weekends at Phoenix.This upcoming weekend we have NASCAR at Homestead and Formula 1 at COTA.
Tonight, on Trackside with Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin, they discuss the rookie orientation that Kyle Larson went through last week at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. They dive into some of the things after he experienced driving an IndyCar for the first time, debate if Tony Kanaan would be Larson's emergence driver if he misses the start of a race or must leave a race early because of NASCAR. Later in the first hour of the show, Kevin and Curt access the talent level of some of the other new rookie drivers after seeing how they drove in rookie orientation last week. Additionally, Kevin answers some Twitter questions from listeners giving him suggestions on how to better promote IndyCar. In the second hour of the show, Kevin and Curt discuss the journey Robert Wickens has been on with him winning the IMSA class title at Road Atlanta. They also try to predict who will be the final driver for some teams that have yet to be announced and get into some silly season rumors that Kevin has heard across all the teams in IndyCar, Indy NXT, and ISMA. In the final half hour of the program, Kevin and Curt answer some of your Twitter questions and highlight the upcoming racing from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway this weekend!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Phil and Josh return for E191 of the GSP to discuss Kyle Larson's busy and successful week which culminated with a dominant victory at Las Vegas. Yung Money also earned a berth into the Final Four of the Cup Championship after passing his ROP for the Indy 500 and winning his High Limit Sprint Car title. Chris Bell and Brad Keselowski were the other two key leaders in a relatively clean affair, while the cutoff becomes more interesting. On the XFinity side, Riley Herbst earned his first career win at home in a Stewart-Haas benefit. Cole Custer and Chandler Smith led along with Herbst while the championship four will have two drivers advance on points at a minimum heading to Homestead. For NFL Week Six, Phil deals with San Francisco's first loss of 2023 along with a 1-3 fantasy week. Josh attended the Jaguars game and watched his team win over former starting QB Gardner Minshew, while Trevor Lawrence avoided serious injury on a terrible late game play call. The guys look at other key results and player injuries leading to Week Seven. The GSP Roundup covers IMSA, NHRA, MotoGP/Moto2, F1 Academy, BTCC and Robert Wickens inspirational return to motorsports culminating in a TCR championship with co-driver Harry Gottsacker in the Michelin Pilot Challenge. Phil and Josh preview and make picks for the US Grand Prix at CoTA behind Fish Lips before doing the same for the NASCAR triple-header at Homestead. Josh lets you know about all things sim racing and gaming in his Sim Segment before Show Close.
In Episode 113 of Driven to Compete Carey sat down with Joe and Joey Rainey. Joe and Joey are a father son combo racing Mazda MX-5's in the SCCA, prepping for the MX-5 Cup with IMSA. They are from Arizona where they are avid members of a local car club. They run Audi GT4s there and have been pushing cars on the track for a few years. They had a packed schedule at Road America because they both entered their MX-5's in 2 classes each. There are also 2 other siblings in the family who already race or will soon. This is a racing family. Our sponsor for this episode is Chris Taylor Racing Chris Taylor Racing Services is a longtime provider of storage, transportation, and maintenance work on a variety of racecars in the Austin area. On the same site since 2003, located across the street from the world-famous Circuit of the Americas. Chris is a veteran of the motorsports industry, working on everything from B-Specs (TCB), Formula cars, Trans-Am cars, and a Championship winning SRO TC Americas crew chief for Skip Barber Racing Team. Our goal is to bring Professional level service and support to your club race or track day! Website: https://christaylorracing.com Email: email@example.com Connect with Driven To Compete for sponsorship opportunities Website: www.DrivenToCompete.com Newsletter: https://manage.kmail-lists.com/subscriptions/subscribe?a=R9E7pX&g=VHesvQ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@driventocompete1 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (512) 222-3402 --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/racingwire/support
Welcome to the Lovecars On The Grid Podcast, where our hosts Tiff Needell and Paul Woodman bring us a roundup of motorsport events from around the World! This week, we discuss IMSA in the USA, BSB at Brands Hatch, the Indonesian GP, plus NASCAR! The British Superbikes series made its thrilling return to the iconic Brands Hatch circuit, providing fans with a weekend of breathtaking racing action. The event featured nail-biting battles, unexpected turns, and some standout performances. Road Atlanta witnessed another spectacular year of IMSA racing in 2023. The event showcased the finest endurance racing on the North American circuit, with a multitude of teams and drivers vying for supremacy. Moto GP enthusiasts were treated to an extraordinary event at the stunning Mandalika International Street Circuit in Indonesia. This new addition to the Moto GP calendar quickly became a fan favorite, offering a unique and challenging track. Las Vegas Speedway once again played host to the thunderous roar of NASCAR engines. The event drew huge crowds and delivered non-stop excitement.
Thank you for listening to We Are Auto, the podcast about cars - for enthusiasts, by enthusiasts! Please leave a 5 Star rating and write a review! In episode 279: - We preview the upcoming Petit Le Mans - NASCAR Playoffs continue in Charlotte - Recap of the IGTC Indy 8 HR and more! Follow along! Facebook Instagram Youtube Website
Welcome to our motorsports podcast where we discuss F1, Indycar, IMSA, NASCAR, our own racing adventures, and some other adventures!Verstappen and Red Bull wrap up the Driver's Championship this weekend in Qatar but they clinch it on a Saturday...NASCAR has their elimination round at the Charlotte Roval in which the Dinger comes out on top! Supercars races at Mount Panorama for the Bathurst 1000 where SVG and Richie Stanaway emerge victorious! We also discuss a lot of news that was announced over the past week including the announcement of Aston Martin's Hypercar/LMDh entry with their Valkyrie.
It's The Week In Sports Cars show featuring Marshall Pruett and Pfaff Motorsports' boss Steve Bortolotti who explores the team's switch from Porsche to McLaren in IMSA'a GTD Pro class starting in 2024. If you'd like to join the PrueDay podcast listener group, send an email to email@example.com and you'll be invited to participate in the Discord chat that takes place every day and meet up with your new family at events. Every episode of The Week In Sports Cars is brought to us by Cooper Tires, the Justice Brothers, and TorontoMotorsports.com. Play on Podbean.com: https://marshallpruett.podbean.com/ Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribe Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast [WSC]
Welcome to the Lovecars On The Grid motorsport podcast! Where our hosts Tiff Needell and Paul Woodman bring us a roundup of motorsport events from around the World! Paul is still away at his TOP SECRET location, and is proud to announce that he is participating in the Brands Hatch Indy KA 500 EnduroKa team for the final round at Brands Hatch on the 28th and 29th October. Elsewhere, we of course have the Formula 1 in Qatar, the Bathurst 100 in Australia, NASCAR in the US and back home in the UK for the BTCC Finale at Brands Hatch! In Qatar, we saw Max Verstappen win the Formula 1 World Championship yet again, following a crash between Lewis Hamilton and George Russell in the Mercedes'. For fans of endurance racing, the Bathurst 1000 in Australia is a highlight. Held at the iconic Mount Panorama Circuit, this 1000-kilometer race is known for its challenging layout and unpredictable weather conditions. The NASCAR playoffs continued in Charlotte. Kyle Larsson had his position in jeopardy as he crashed and went to the back of the grid, but managed to come back from 40th place to 7th! Back home, we had the Finale of the British Touring Cars Championship in Brands Hatch, where Ash Sutton claimed another Championship victory. Is he the best BTCC driver ever? Next week, we have British Superbikes at Brands Hatch for the Championship finale. MotoGP are in Indonesia, IMSA are at their Petit Le Mans Race, with Jenson Button racing. Plus, NASCAR are in Las Vegas as they go down to the final four drivers.
It's The Week In Sports Cars show featuring Marshall Pruett and DailySportsCar.com's Graham Goodwin with guests Ian James from The Heart of Racing and Adam Carter, Aston Martin's new head of endurance racing, who speak about the brand's new LMH program. We also discuss Meyer Shank Racing's upcoming split with Acura and Porsche's Rennsport Reunion 7. (0:27-19:45) Aston Martin's Valkyrie LMH announcement (19:45 - 28:15) Porsche Rennsport Reunion 7 (28:15 - 33:17) Meyer Shank Racing's 2024 IMSA absence (33:17 - 37:35) Closing notes (37:35 - 48:49) Ian James (The Heart of Racing) Interview (48:49) Adam Carter (Aston Martin Endurance Racing) Interview If you'd like to join the PrueDay podcast listener group, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and you'll be invited to participate in the Discord chat that takes place every day and meet up with your new family at events. Every episode of The Week In Sports Cars is brought to us by Cooper Tires, the Justice Brothers, and TorontoMotorsports.com. Play on Podbean.com: https://marshallpruett.podbean.com/ Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribe Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast [WSC]
Welcome to our motorsports podcast where we discuss F1, Indycar, IMSA, NASCAR, our own racing adventures, and some other adventures!This week we sit down with a special guest and a good friend of Christian and Nate who they've got to meet via TKC eSports - Grant Palmer! Grant is from the St. Louis area and has got quite the racing resume so far. Starting out in karts racing at Gateway's karting track progressing to Formula Ford 1600s, USF2000, and most recently Trans-Am 2 (TA2) cars.Later on in the episode we discuss some exciting news that was announced regarding Andretti in F1 and we recap NASCARs trip to Talladega.
Cathy Shumaker is a pit lane fire marshal that works with multiple teams in a number of different sanctioning bodies including: NTT IndyCar Series, IMSA, NHRA, NASCAR, SCCA and more. She's been enjoying her work with how she helps keep the drivers, crew, and others safe in the hectic and potentially dangerous area that is really her home away from home. We caught up with Cathy at the 2023 Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach where she tells us how she got started, how she's developed relationships with drivers and teams and how young girls can get started in racing. There are a variety of roles they can fill if they are interested in having “the best seat in the house” outside of the race car. A true professional and one of the nicest people you'll ever meet, Cathy is always a welcome sight at the race track. Enjoy! NOTE: This is our final podcast in a series of “Women in Motorsports” interviews in September. This has been the month that Fast Lane Racing School has highlighted the diversity of roles that women play in the motorsports industry. Also, as a reminder, the Women with Drive Summit III is coming up November 7,8, 2023 at Phoenix Raceway in Avondale, AZ. For more information, please visit: www.womenwithdrivesummit.com.
Welcome to our motorsports podcast where we discuss F1, Indycar, IMSA, NASCAR, our own racing adventures, and some other adventures!NASCAR continues its playoffs with the first round of 12 at Texas Motor Speedway and there were some big swings in playoffs points. F1 continued it's season in Japan at Suzuka where Red Bull...well at least Max Verstappen...returned to their normal form for this season with a dominant performance which was enough to secure the constructors championship for this year. Next race at Qatar we will see if Max can clinch the drivers title.
The 2024 IndyCar schedule has finally been released and Conor Daly and Joey Mulinaro are back on Speed Street to break it down. The guys discuss why Texas Motor Speedway was left off it and Milwaukee was added, how the teams affect the number of races not increasing, their fascination with the Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift phenomenon, and answer some more fan questions including how the hybrid engine could shake up the grid for next year. Then, they talk with BMW factory driver for Rahal Letterman Lanigan's IMSA team Connor De Phillippi about IMSA's first season of the GTP class, his early career struggles over in Europe, how he signed with BMW, his interest in trying out IndyCar, and what it was like spending time with 18 year old Conor Daly. FOLLOW THE SHOW & GET OUR MERCH: https://linktr.ee/speedstreetpod DraftKings State-Specific Problem Gambling Information: In Massachusetts, call (800) 327-5050 or visit gamblinghelplinema.org, In New York, call 877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369). In Tennessee and Kansas, Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER. On behalf of Boot Hill Casino & Resort (KS). In West Virginia, Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit www.1800gambler.net. All games regulated by the West Virginia Lottery. Please play responsibly. In partnership with Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races. In Connecticut, Help is available for problem gambling call 888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Phil and Josh return for a jam packed E186 of the GSP to discuss the IndyCar Series finale at Laguna Seca, which saw Scott Dixon close his 2023 season with his first win at the track while Alex Palou officially received his second series title in three years. The guys talk about the carnage filled race, restart issues, the pace car running out of gas and Silly Season updates leading to the longest off-season in motorsports. NASCAR continues their 2023 playoff with a triple-header at Kansas Speedway, where Tyler Reddick continued the 23XI domination of the track with his second win of the season along with advancing to the Round of 12. Phil and Josh go over the atrocious restart Reddick's team co-owner Denny Hamlin had along with other key players in the race leading into the cutoff at Bristol. The XFinity Series finished their regular season at Kansas with the status quo of John Hunter Nemechek winning for the sixth time in 2023 while Austin Hill won the regular season title. Parker Kligerman overtook Riley Herbst to get the last playoff spot while Bruckshot Jones tried to save his season but fell one spot short. Christian Eckes used a last lap three-wide pass on Corey Heim and Zane Smith to advance into the Round of 8, while Nick Sanchez and Carson Hocevar took the stage wins. DiBenedetto and Matt Crafton saw their 2023 championship chances end, even with Matty D finishing third in the race. Phil and Josh get into all things NFL with a Week 1 recap for their teams along with a fantasy team review before the GSP Roundup. Phil reviews MotoGP/Moto2, WEC, Indy NXT, WSBK (where Garrett Gerloff had a breakthrough round), WRC, SuperMotocross, NHRA, Extreme E, IMSA and Supercars. The crew comes back together to preview the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix and who will finish behind Fish Lips, before looking at the triple-header at Bristol and who will advance to the Round of 12 in Cup, start the XFinity playoff on a high and who will start the Round of 8 in Trucks with a win. Josh lets us know all things going on in the world of gaming in his Sim Segment prior to Show Close.
Phil and Josh return for E187 of the GSP to discuss the NASCAR triple-header at Bristol, where Dennis Hamlin trolled the crowd and finally closed the deal to advance into the Round of 12 after his third Bristol night race win. The crew goes over all the action and who ended up on the wrong side of the cut line after 500 laps. Justin Allgaier held off Daniel Hemric to start his XFinity playoff with a win while Dale Earnhardt, Jr. returned and led before catching fire! Outside of those two, the rest of JR Motorsports had a rough evening and other teammates definitely left Bristol in a bad mood. Corey Heim advanced to Phoenix with his victory at Bristol for the Truck Series while Christian Eckes and Zane Smith also featured as the series goes to Talladega. The guys spend time to acknowledge Sherry Pollex and her untimely passing after a long battle with ovarian cancer and the input from someone who has been a virus in motorsports with Miss hUMMer. Zane Smith announced he will be driving for Trackhouse Racing in the Cup Series starting in 2024 through a partnership with Spire Motorsports after the team principles bought Live Fast Racing's charter for $40 million. On a rare weekend where Formula 1 fans were spared from seeing and hearing Fish Lips dominate (even when he did break rules and not pay for those transgressions), Carlos Sainz proved why he's a smooth operator with a pole and a second career F1 victory at Singapore. Lando Norris and Lewis Hamilton rounded out the podium after George Russell bungled the finish taking a possible win and ending up in the wall. The guys go over other key battles and points before the series moves to Suzuka in Japan. Phil and Josh go over all things NFL after a chaotic Week 2, which included a live discussion of Nick Chubb's season ending injury for the Browns during MNF. Josh has his thoughts on the play-calling after Jacksonville ends up losing to Kermit The Frog along with his fantasy team. Phil looks at San Francisco's tight victory against the Rams and their TNF home opener versus the Giants. The GSP Roundup reviews SuperMotoCross Playoffs, NHRA, Extreme E, IMSA, Supercars, MotoGP/Moto2 in India and WSBK at Aragon before Phil and Josh preview and make picks behind Fish Lips for the F1 Japanese Grand Prix. The guys preview and make picks for the worst active track on Planet Earth (Cup and XFinity at Texas Motor Speedway) before Josh's Sim Segment and Show Close.
Thank you for listening to We Are Auto, the podcast about cars - for enthusiasts, by enthusiasts! Please leave a 5 Star rating and write a review! In episode 270: - Max Verstappen's dominance comes to an end in Singapore - IMSA' Battle on the Bricks had some major excitement - The NASCAR playoffs continue in Bristol and more! Follow along! Facebook Instagram Youtube Website
Welcome to our motorsports podcast where we discuss F1, Indycar, IMSA, NASCAR, our own racing adventures, and some other adventures!NASCAR has it's first cut off race of the playoffs at Bristol, IMSA races at the Brickyard, and Formula 1 returns to Singapore where a giant lizard is on the track once again!
On this week's Sportscar365 Double Stint Podcast, Tim Fullbrook is joined by John Dagys to break down the Battle on the Bricks at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, catch up on the latest news, answer a listener question and more.
Bienvenidos al nuevo concepto, Hablando Más Acelerao'. Un espacio donde estaré hablando con diferentes figuras dentro del mundo del motorsports. En este tercer episodio, conversé con Victor González. Auspiciado por el mejor canabis medicinal de Puerto Rico, Anani. Instagram @ananipr Facebook @anani es salud Website www.ananipharma.com #hablandomasacelerao --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/prracingsports/support
Welcome to our motorsports podcast where we discuss F1, Indycar, IMSA, NASCAR, our own racing adventures, and some other adventures!Indycar's season comes to a close with one final race at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca. This race was caution filled and the field was mixed up for sure! NASCAR playoffs continued at Kansas and WEC has their 6h of Fuji.
(00:00-23:55) – Query & Company opens on a Friday with Jake Query and Jimmy Cook discussing the Kansas City Chiefs losing to the Detroit Lions to start the NFL season. Jake states that last night's game says more about Detroit then Kansas City. Plus, Jake asks about Jimmy's full game experience last night. (23:55-40:38) – Marian Knights head coach Ted Karras joins Jake and Jimmy on the program to recap their first win of the season last week, preview their first test of the season as #13th ranked St. Xavier comes to town, how much his recruitment has expanded outside of the state of Indiana, and how the game of college football has changed from his first stint at Marian to his second. (40:38-43:43) – Jake and Jimmy wrap up the first hour of the show by accessing the next position that the company needs to fill and how the Lions have some sweet uniforms. (43:43-1:09:14) – NFL writer/reporter for Yahoo Sports in Charles McDonald joins Jake and Jimmy on Query & Company to recap the start of the NFL season last night, reveal his expectations for the Colts and Jaguars ahead of their week one contest, debate if Anthony Richardson has enough help to succeed at a high rate in his rookie season, and reveals which team he thinks will surprise NFL fans this season by being better than their preseason expectations. (1:09:14-1:23:11) – Will every team in the NFL in action this weekend, Jake, Jimmy, and Eddie examine some of the top games this weekend that they will be tuned into. Additionally, they debate what kind of season the Rams, Packers, and Bears will have this season. (1:23:11-1:27:25) – The one o'clock hour concludes with Jake giving away a pair of tickets for a listener to go see the IMSA race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway next Sunday! (1:27:25-1:53:05) – One half of The Wake Up Call with KB & Andy in Kevin Bowen joins Jimmy Cook on the program to elaborate on the significance of Shaq Leonard returning for the Colts defense, accesses which position group the Colts may have an advantage over Jacksonville, what he envisions from a snap count perspective in the secondary, and if Max Bowen set the tone for the Jaguars to win on Sunday. (1:53:05-2:04:42) – Tony East of Sports Illustrated and Locked On Pacers, joins Query & Company with Jimmy Cook to recap how Tyrese Haliburton performed for Team USA in the FIBA World Cup, access if the Pacers point guard displayed enough to be on Team USA's Olympic roster, and explain the importance of Haliburton to improve defensively ahead of the Pacers season. (2:04:42-2:19:42) – Today's show ends with Jimmy and Eddie predicting who will win the seasonal awards in the NFL, the Colts season record, and handing out a bunch of bets for this weekend!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Thank you for listening to We Are Auto, the podcast about cars - for enthusiasts, by enthusiasts! Please leave a 5 Star rating and write a review! In episode 261: - Rain at the F1 Dutch GP - IMSA hosted GT Cars only at VIR - There was a SCARY crash at the NASCAR Daytona II Race and more! Follow along! Facebook Instagram Youtube Website
Bienvenidos al nuevo concepto, Hablando Más Acelerao'. Un espacio donde estaré hablando con diferentes figuras dentro del mundo del motorsports. En este segundo episodio, conversé con el piloto puertorriqueño Bryan Ortiz. Instagram: @bryanoracing Auspiciado por el mejor canabis medicinal de Puerto Rico, Anani. Instagram @ananipr Facebook @anani es salud Website www.ananipharma.com #hablandomasacelerao --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/prracingsports/support
On this week's Sportscar365 Double Stint Podcast, Tim Fullbrook is joined by John Dagys to break down the Michelin GT Challenge at Virginia International Raceway, catch up on the latest news and answer listener questions.Have a sports car racing-related question for the show? Submit it via Twitter with the hashtag #AskDoubleStint, or submit it as a comment in this thread and it may be featured on the next show.
Thank you for listening to We Are Auto, the podcast about cars - for enthusiasts, by enthusiasts! Please leave a 5 Star rating and write a review! In episode 258: - Recap of the NASCAR Watkins Glen race - Josef Newgarden makes his IMSA GTP debut - Jordan Taylor plans to leave Corvette and more! Follow along! Facebook Instagram Youtube Website
We preview all the racing this weekend: Indycar, Nascar, F1, and IMSA are all in action! None of the following is true: Buckle up, racing fans, because in this heartwarming episode of "Pit Lane Parley," we're diving headfirst into a different kind of race – a race for love! Join us as we explore the extraordinary love story that has unfolded both on and off the racetrack, reminding us that passion and dedication come in many forms. In this special episode, we'll take you behind the scenes of the high-speed world of motorsports to reveal the intimate and touching journey of two individuals whose lives revolve around the sport they adore. From the roar of the engines to the pulsating energy of the pit lane, their story is a testament to the power of shared dreams and common goals. Discover how these two souls found each other in the midst of the exhilarating chaos of race days and car setups. Hear firsthand accounts of chance encounters at the track, electrifying victories that set their hearts racing, and the challenges they faced as they navigated the demanding schedules that come with a life dedicated to the sport. But it's not just about the racetrack. "Pit Lane Parley" delves into the personal side of this love story – the moments spent bonding over a mutual appreciation for the history and strategy of motorsports, the quiet evenings reflecting on the day's events, and the unwavering support they provide each other through every twist and turn. Join us as we celebrate the power of passion, unity, and connection, all through the lens of a motorsports love story that reminds us that the most exhilarating race of all is the one that's run side by side with the one you love. So grab your headphones and get ready for a heartwarming and inspiring episode that proves love, much like racing, is all about the journey. Tune in to "Pit Lane Parley: A Love Story about NASCAR" and experience the romance, the speed, and the unbreakable bond that fuels this incredible relationship Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
(00:00-23:35) – Query & Company opens on a Thursday with Jake Query and Jimmy Cook recapping their experiences at the sporting events that they attended yesterday. This sparks a conversation that Jake and Jimmy have pertaining to the future of an MLS team coming to Indianapolis. Additionally, they discuss some things they are going to monitor during the final preseason game against the Philadelphia Eagles for the Indianapolis Colts. (23:35-37:54) – Jimmy and Jake come back from break discussing the situation that Jonathan Taylor is in regarding the financial numbers he could be seeking compared to what he could be getting offered. IMSA Driver Ricky Taylor of Wayne Taylor Racing with Andretti Autosport joins the program in studio to explain the night activity that's been going on at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, what it's like racing on the road course in IMSA, the relationship that he has with Helio Castroneves and some of the other drivers he's worked with, and what it's like to be driving with his brother again for the same team. (37:54-45:15) – Jake and Jimmy close out the first hour of the show by discussing the compensation that the Indianapolis Colts are wanting in return for Jonathan Taylor. They note the teams that have had reported interest in JT's services. (45:15-1:08:42) – The second hour of the program starts off with Jake and Jimmy discussing the report that the relationship between Jonathan Taylor and the Colts is beyond repair. Jake thought it was widely known that was the case, but he explains why it's something that doesn't get talked about enough. He and Jimmy debate how much they'd be willing to pay the 2021 rushing leader. (1:08:42-1:20:48) – During a break earlier in the show, Jake, Jimmy, and producer Eddie Garrison were discussing what their favorite genres of music are. This sparked the three of them to get into a debate of how to define classic rock. Jake finally convinces Jimmy as to how it should be defined. (1:20:48-1:24:55) – The one o'clock hour concludes with Jake and Jimmy taking one call from a very optimistic fan stating that the Colts can make it to the Super Bowl in year one with Anthony Richardson. (1:35:43-2:00:52) – Former ESPN anchor Sage Steele joins Query & Company with Jake Query and Jimmy Cook to explain her departure from ESPN after 16+ years doing a variety of roles, how Instagram has helped other people express the same problems she was going through as someone who was seen in the public eye with so many things going on in her personal life, and how she feels about being able to be around her kids more now that her run at ESPN has come to an end. (2:00:52-2:03:16) – Jake and Jimmy come back from break and reflect on living in dorms at IU because Jake keeps seeing move in pictures of students not staying in on-campus dorms. (2:003:17-2:06:21) – Today's show ends with Jake asking Jimmy for the JCook Plays of the Day and some notes from a former NFL QB as to what to watch with Anthony Richardson tonight.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is back to start another week of the Dale Jr. Download with his co-host Mike Davis. This episode is a little out of the ordinary, as it involves a field trip. All the while, the guys had plenty to discuss: Denny Hamlin's ongoing contract negotiations NASCAR NextGen's road course problems Sam Mayer's last lap bump to Ty Gibbs Dale Jr. getting behind the wheel at an IMSA test at Martinsville To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Our special guest today is RICHARD CAMBRIDGE who plays GT race mechanic Felix in the Sony Pictures upcoming blockbuster GRAN TURISMO alongside Orlando Bloom, Darren Barnet and David Harbour, which is set to hit cinemas and IMAX screens this August. Richard Cambridge's career began to take off when he landed his first lead role in the Sundance feature film DISTANT BRIDGES. He rose to fame as fan favorite Peter Webster in the popular British TV series HOLLYOAKS. Beyond his acting pursuits, Richard Cambridge is also a co-founder of the actors' community and app WeAudition, which he tell us all about more in today's show. Ladies and gentlemen, Neil Blompkamp's GRAN TURISMO is based on the true story of Jann Mardenborough, the film is the ultimate wish fulfillment of a teenage Gran Turismo player whose gaming skills won a series of Nissan competitions to become an actual professional race car driver. Hey it's every kids dream right? The movie is exciting to watch and may even cause you to dream outside the box. GRAN TURISMO can be seen in theaters and at IMAX this August. . #granturismo #granturismomovie #granturismogame #gamers #racing #autoracing #grandprix #IMSA #lemans #racingdriver #autoracing #movie #film
Tonight, on Trackside with Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin, they start the show by providing an update on the status of Simon Pagenaud for this weekend's race in Nashville, highlighting the NTT IndyCar Series debut for Linus Lundqvist this weekend for Simon, and share some thoughts on the race time being moved up to be a late morning race. Later in the first hour they discuss the way the events that will be taking place leading up to the race in Nashville, discuss the future of the race in terms of when it could be scheduled around the NFL season and time of day, and recap how testing went at Laguna Seka. During the second hour of the show, Kevin and Curt spent some time explaining how the announcement of the IMSA schedule reveals a little bit of the IndyCar schedule for next season, answer some Twitter/X questions from last week and tonight from listeners of the show, and speculate if there have been any drivers that have signed contracts with new teams.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's The Week In Sports Cars show featuring Marshall Pruett and DailySportsCar.com's Graham Goodwin. Main topics? IMSA at Lime Rock and WEC news. Every episode of The Week In Sports Cars is brought to us by Cooper Tires, the Justice Brothers, and TorontoMotorsports.com. Play on Podbean.com: https://marshallpruett.podbean.com/ Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribe Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast [WSC]
This week on Sportscar365's Double Stint Podcast, Jonathan Grace and Daniel Lloyd break down the weekend's racing action, catch up on the latest news and answer a listener question.Have a sports car racing-related question for the show? Submit it via Twitter with the hashtag #AskDoubleStint, or submit it as a comment in this thread and it may be featured on the next show. Please limit your submissions to two questions per week to ensure that we can get to everyone.
Jordan Taylor is having a heck of a year as a race car driver, and we're digging into all of it this week. That includes Taylor recently making his 100th start in IMSA; explaining the dynamic of coming from a well-known racing family; getting the first win of the season out of the way for Corvette Racing; how things are going with a new class type in IMSA; if the series is experiencing a swing of momentum, and how much Garage 56 helped; the buzz of Garage 56 dying down; reflecting on being a part of a special program that was a big hit with fans; being in an unselfish role as coach for Garage 56 and what he learned about himself; if he feels empty now that such a big project is done; live calming down a bit; how much the stock car opportunities meant to him; if Taylor thinks his identity has changed a little bit now; looking to branch out more in his career; checking in with Rodney Sandstorm; what is to come for Taylor in the next part of the season. Music created by Tony Monge.Buy podcast merchandise here: https://carpys.com/store/The-Racing-Writers-Podcast-Kelly-Crandall-c114796518This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3228370/advertisement
It's The Week In Sports Cars show featuring Marshall Pruett and DailySportsCar.com's Graham Goodwin. Main topics? IMSA at CTMP and WEC at Monza. Every episode of The Week In Sports Cars is brought to us by Cooper Tires, the Justice Brothers, and TorontoMotorsports.com. Play on Podbean.com: https://marshallpruett.podbean.com/ Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribe Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast [WSC]
Join me as I interview two incredibly talented young women who happen to be the drivers of the #26 Heart of Racing Aston Martin Vantage in the GT4 SRO series! Hannah Grisham and Rianna O'Meara-Hunt are two wonderful drivers and it was a real honor to get some of their time to dive into their story.They were part of a driver search that included over 100 applicants and ended in a 9-driver shootout. Hannah and Rianna were the two selected and it's a terrific story of how they became race car drivers. I think you'll enjoy hearing from Hannah and Rianna about their journey into racing and what it's like to drive a GT4 car as well as work with Paul Charsley. :)This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4570561/advertisement