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This week on Trackside, Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin discuss Monday's IndyCar test at Barber Motorsports Park, which included David Malukas driving for Dale Coyne Racing, Ryan Hunter-Reay in an Ed Carpenter Racing car, and F1 mainstay Nico Hulkenberg with Arrow McLaren SP. Kevin breaks down the latest Silly Season rumors, including the latest on the number 20 car for Ed Carpenter Racing and where the Air Force sponsorship stands, plus the upcoming Chris Griffis Memorial Open Test at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course featuring all ladders from the Road to Indy. Kevin and Curt look back on the biggest storylines from the 2021 IndyCar season, including Helio Castroneves winning his fourth Indy 500, the emergence of the young drivers such as Alex Palou, Pato O'Ward and Colton Herta, and the disappointing seasons for James Hinchcliffe and Jimmie Johnson. They make way-too-early predictions for 2022, including bold picks for the Indy 500 and who they think will win next year's championship. Later in the show, Kevin is joined by Townsend Bell to discuss the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show and a variety of IndyCar topics. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's The Week In IndyCar Listener Q&A show using listener-driven comments and questions covering a variety of topics submitted by fans via Twitter, Facebook, and Reddit. The main conversations? Formula 1's big splash in COTA and IndyCar's lack of a Drive To Survive series, Nico Hulkenberg, David Malukas, and others who tested at Barber, next-gen chassis weight and changes, Alexander Rossi's needs in 2022, and more! Q&A starts at 19min. Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribe Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast
Max Papis is a busy man. Papis is an IndyCar race steward, performance advisor, and businessman, just to name a few things, and somehow, he found time to join the show to share how it's all been going. What does it mean to be a race steward? What drew Papis to taking the job years ago? He also explains his role with William Byron and why he doesn't like the term coach; finding satisfaction in seeing someone else succeed; what Papis looks for when he's at the racetrack with Byron; explaining how go-karting helps NASCAR racing; an update on how MPI (Max Papis Innovations) is going and being able to expand into other racing series; getting feedback and data on the products after being in a crash; developing other products through MPI, including for sim racing; hopes to get back behind the wheel in NASCAR.Music created by Tony Monge. Please support my work through Patreon: www.patreon.com/KellyCrandall
This week we got the chance to speak with race broadcasting legend Allen Bestwick, the man behind the mic for over decades in NASCAR, Indycar, SRX, and so much more. It's not often the broadcaster gets to share their personal story, but this week we get to learn about Allen's upbringing, what got him interested in sports and broadcasting, and how he got his start in the industry. Plus, why his keys to success are as simple as hard work, being in the right place at the right time, and creating genuine connections.From MRN, to NBC, to ESPN, we get to hear the inside stories as Allen's career grew and progressed. How years of hard work led to an unsuspected opportunity to join NBC for half of NASCAR's season, why he and racing/broadcasting legend Benny Parsons "had to" become great friends, and how a kind gesture from Tony Stewart years ago impacts their partnership on SRX.We also discuss the direction of NASCAR, with new tracks continuing to be added, and a new car on the horizon. Allen says the schedules changes are an effort for the sport to break over a decade of complacency, and the new car will offer smaller teams more opportunity to grow. How money and declining viewership are playing a factor in both.An incredible opportunity and interview. Join the discussion!Follow us:FacebookInstagramYouTubeOfficial WebsiteEmail us: TheCatchupCast@Gmail.comSupport the show (https://www.nosignalrocks.com/the-catchup-podcast/)
You may have been introduced to Ernie Francis Jr. this past summer thanks to SRX, but there's much more to his story. The seven-time Trans-Am champion joins Davey this week (13:30) to discuss how he got into racing, his father's origins in the sport, sanctioning bodies bending the rules to let him race, the dynamic working for his dad and why he likes to tinker and work on cars. He gives a primer on what the Trans-Am series is about and it's importance, why it's lost popularity over the years and winning his seven titles (in a row!) at such a young age. He also dives into his time running SRX this summer, how he got the invite from Ray Evernham, influence from Willy T. Ribbs, his victory over Scott Speed at Lucas Oil Raceway and how it feels to see fans wear his merchandise. Plus, why he stayed with Tony Stewart in his motorhome during the Knoxville Nationals, how it felt rubbing elbows with racing legends, how he adjusted to running short tracks with a road course background, his time in NASCAR with Rev Racing and why he thinks things didn't work out, whether or not he'd still like to run in stock cars or IndyCar and what his 2022 racing prospects may look like. Davey also briefly recaps Kyle Larson's Texas win, weighs in on the playoff vs non-playoff driver debate, previews Kansas and Papa Segal gives an ode to the man named Mikey.
NasCardRadio Episode 67: Val and Logan review the Texas Motor Speedway Xfinity (John Hunter Nemechek) and CUP (Kyle Larson) winners, highest finishing rookies (Sam Mayer and Chase Briscoe) and their rookie trading cards. They dive in to the 1977-79 Sportscaster Racing Card portion of the set. It's filled with lots of IndyCar, F1 and NASCAR cards. Logan reviews a few eBay auctions that he stopped that you might have missed. #thehobby #tradingcards #whodoyoucollect
California's Trevor Green-Smith held a dream of working in Formula 1, so he got to work on learning about the cars, gaining a formal motorsports education, took racing internships, developed his skills in IndyCar, and is moving on to an important engineering role with an F1 team. Trevor, aka 'T-MAX,' joins us for a deep dive on his upbringing, specialized training, and path to F1 that might be of use for those who have a similar desire to work in F1, IndyCar, or any other major racing series. Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribe Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast
The DTC gang gives you the run-down from Texas Motor Speedway where Kyle Larson was the first to gain a spot in NASCAR's Championship Four. Additional topics include the autonomous vehicle challenge set for the Indianapolis Motor Speedway this weekend, Charter troubles for Michael Jordan, Denny Hamlin and 23XI racing, Indycar testing news and a […]
A pilot DMed James about our flying etiquette, leaving Alex with a lot to say. Plus, we talk about the NASCAR playoffs, and F1 at COTA.+++Follow us on Twitter at @askofftrack. Or individually at @Hinchtown, @AlexanderRossi, and @TheTimDurham.The music you heard in this episode comes from:Ryan Dann of Holland Patent Public Library. You can find him online at hollandpatentpubliclibrary.com
New NTT IndyCar Series champion Alex Palou joined us at Long Beach for a brief and fun chat hours after clinching his first title with Chip Ganassi Racing. Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribe Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast
It's The Week In IndyCar Listener Q&A show using listener-driven comments and questions covering a variety of topics submitted by fans via Twitter, Facebook, and Reddit. The main conversations? Andretti, Herta, and F1, Nico Hulkenberg testing for AMSP, Sebastien Bourdais' confirmation in IMSA, Dan Wheldon 10 years later, downforce reductions for the next chassis, how sports cars can help IndyCar drivers, and more. Q&A starts at 19min. Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribe Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast
This week on Trackside, Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin remember the legendary two-time Indy 500 winner Dan Wheldon, who we tragically lost 10 years ago this week. They break down the latest IndyCar news and rumors, including Ryan Hunter-Reay potentially testing with Ed Carpenter Racing, Ernie Francis Jr. undergoing an Indy Lights test at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and Arrow McLaren SP trying out F1 vet Nico Hülkenberg. They discuss the efforts to get Andretti Autosport star Colton Herta in an F1 car for free practice this weekend at Circuit of the Americas, and what getting Herta to F1 would mean for the series in the United States. Additionally, the guys look at the pros and cons for the 21-year-old Herta to potentially leave IndyCar to compete in F1. Kevin and Curt talk about the new BMW Driving Experience that will be established at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, including a new facility in the turn 3 infield at IMS. Later in the show, the guys discuss a test Tuesday night at IMS and what that could mean for a potential endurance race at 16th and Georgetown. They preview the Autonomous Challenge this weekend at the Speedway, in which universities compete with driverless cars. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mario Andretti -1978 Formula 1 World Champion and motorsport legend - joins Tom Clarkson and Damon Hill to look ahead to the 2021 United States Grand Prix. Who better than two title-winners to debate whether Max Verstappen or Lewis Hamilton are better equipped to win in Austin and take command in the championship fight? Mario picks his stars of the 2021 F1 grid and explains why he thinks IndyCar sensation Colton Herta has what it takes to join them one day. Plus, memories of Andretti's championship win, how he raced Damon's father Graham at the Indy 500 and what it was like to race against the F1 titans of the 1970s. Calling all F1 fans from Austin to Auckland to Abu Dhabi! If you've got a question you'd like to ask the 96 World Champ, record it as a voice memo and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org This episode is sponsored by: sons.co.uk use the code F1NATION30 to get £30 off your first order manscaped.com - get 20% off + free shipping with the code F1NATION
Romain Grosjean discusses the highs of his 10-year F1® career, his most successful season for Lotus in 2013, his incredible sixth place on debut for Haas in Australia in 2016, his recovery from the dramatic fireball crash in Bahrain last year, and his switch to IndyCar and oval racing as a 35-year-old 'rookie'.
I give me opinion on if the chance is there, why Colton Herta should chose F1. I also look into the future of IndyCar for Ernie Frances Jr. And how the deal did Jack Harvey came through. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tony-donohue/support
It's The Week In IndyCar guest show featuring Andretti Autosport race engineer Olivier Boisson, using listener-driven comments and questions covering a variety of topics submitted by fans via Twitter, Facebook, and Reddit. We open with insights on Boisson's early mechanical interests in France that led him to working in Champ Car with Conquest Racing, developing a bond with his most recent driver Romain Grosjean, working with former driver Sebastien Bourdais, the engineers who served as influences, how engineers use previous chassis setups to inform their future setups, his specialization with dampers, life on the road with his wife Kate, and more. Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribe Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast
Tim Hauraney is joined by creator of ChampWebDotNet Don Sklenka as the two go over Alex Palou's season and how he compares to Scott Dixon. Pato O'Ward becoming a great personality for IndyCar, and how the teams need to allow the drivers to be themselves. Then Tim and Don discuss the growth of the series globally and where it's heading.
Tonight on Trackside, Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin hear from Romain Grosjean and Jimmie Johnson after both participated in the Rookie Orientation Program for the Indianapolis 500 last week. They break down how both fared in their first time in an IndyCar on the IMS oval, and the hurdles to Johnson participating in next year's Indy 500 for Chip Ganassi Racing. Now that Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing and Jack Harvey have confirmed their partnership for 2022 and beyond, the guys look at the remaining seats to be filled for next season. Later, they talk about the Andretti to Formula 1 rumors that have intensified and whether or not Colton Herta could be in F1 in 2022. In the second hour, Kevin and Curt discuss USAC exec Levi Jones being named director of Indy Lights, the upcoming Indy Lights test for Ernie Francis Jr., and the potential future of autonomous racing. Towards the end of the show, we visit with new Indy Lights champion Kyle Kirkwood to hear about his future IndyCar plans and the process of moving up in the Road to Indy ladder. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
He came with speed, and he came with gifts. IndyCar Series Champion Alex Palou, the young champion, sits at the table with Dale Earnhardt Jr. to talk about his sudden rise to the pinnacles of motorsport. The colorful Spaniard didn't come from a racing family. It was a local go-kart track near his home village of Sant Antoni de Vilamajor Spain, that sparked his interest in becoming a racecar driver. From there, a path of persistence, raw speed, and opportunity led him to eventually become the 2021 NTT Indycar Series Champion. Palou connects with Dale Jr. and co-host Mike Davis about life in Spain and what it was like to grow up overseas. A racing path that took him far from home at a young age to Japan, Palou had to get used to different cultures as he tried to find himself as a racer and a man. That path didn't come without disappointment and setback. From homemade mountain dynos to racing for big teams in GP3 and F3, it's a true racing story. Alex Palou came on the scene with success in his rookie IndyCar season with Dale Coyne Racing. But it was his sophomore season that set the stage for his meteoric rise. An opportunity came with Chip Ganassi Racing and he took full advantage of it. Leaning on veteran leadership of teammates Scott Dixon and Jimmie Johnson, the youngster made a name for himself with three victories and the series title. To boot, he nearly won the Indianapolis 500. The near-miss in the world's biggest race didn't set him back though. Palou shares how the 7-time NASCAR Champion, Johnson, helped him mentally break through setbacks. Palou also came into the Bojangles studio with gifts, for Dale's Birthday and also some keepsakes for the crew. The 24-year old shares his personality as he and Dale Jr. talk about the dynamic personalities of the international scene that IndyCar presents. Dale Jr. first experienced it in iRacing, and it is why he and Mike on fire for the open-wheel brand of racing. Before Palou's arrival, Dale Jr. took control of the room. We're joking. Actually, an energy drink and a spunky mood had the whole gang wondering where Dale Jr. would go next. From Frankenstein to Cash-only soda machines... Dale Jr. held court in ways only Dale Jr. can. He and Mike also touched on the hottest topic in NASCAR today, the ongoing rivalry between Chase Elliott and Kevin Harvick. In Ask Jr. it's all about the triangle... of the tasty kind! Dave Portnoy's latest Dale Jr. invoked Pizza review brings up some questions about how it went down and the Key West drunken pizza hotspot. We also learn about Dale Jr's latest Chevy Silverado and how he decided the wild graphics he put on it. That and much more in this entertaining version of The Dale Jr. Download. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's The Week In IndyCar Listener Q&A show using listener-driven comments and questions covering a variety of topics submitted by fans via Twitter, Facebook, and Reddit. The main conversations? Andretti, Herta, and F1. RLL and Jack Harvey, plus race control term limits, IndyCar documentaries, engine heat soak, and more. Q&A starts at 19min. Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribe Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast
Your fearless leader, El Presidente will take on the CFB talk Han Solo. We will be talking throughout the show, okay I lied...we'll only be talking briefly about Urban Meyer and his new spin on the hot seat, or should I say tight ends... Tom will be breaking down CFB alone on a deserted island because Rick Riggin, our CFB prognosticator takes his boat out for 1 final spin of the season,. Tony Donahue from the TonyD Podcast joins us to talk racing, NASCAR and IndyCar. We're getting close to the end kids! Ed Kracz, beatwriter for the Philadelphia Eagles and SI.com and our official NFL contributor joins us before he flies to the Eagles/Carolina game for what might be called a must-win for the Eagles. We will also take our usual walk around the NFL. Call in at 917-889-8516. You don't want to miss this one...it's about to get good!
Thank you for tuning in to episode 62 of the SoCal Supreme Sports Show. In this episode, Teran Rodriguez recaps the Chargers' win over the Raiders and the Rams' first loss against the Cardinals and win over the Seahawks and what the Chargers must do to beat the Browns. Rodriguez also discusses the Galaxy and LAFC tying in the third installment of El Trafico and how the Galaxy continue to trend backwards. Finally, Rodriguez recaps IndyCar at Long Beach, the Dodgers' thrilling wild card win, Mater Dei defeating St.John Bosco last week and more! The thoughts and opinions of Teran Rodriguez are his and his alone and not of any second or third party organizations. Twitter of show: @SoCalShowIESR Twitter of host: @TeranRodriguez1
“As a young boy, I wanted to be one thing only—a professional athlete. What I was learning at that young age is the concept of rejection, that no one wanted me. It's the worse feeling in the world so I started to run, because no one can cut you from running,” says Dave McGillivray, in a conversation with Eric Gilsenan on the Beyond Podcast. The two longtime friends discuss Dave's early motivations to begin endurance training, his history with IRONMAN, and his memories as long-time race organizer.
Santino Ferrucci joins Davey this week (24:15) to discuss his career in motorsports that saw him move to Europe at an early age and become a child prodigy dubbed "The Great Santino." He details what the racing culture was like in Europe for an American, why he wasn't fond of it as he grew older and some of the huge names he competed with and against while working his way up the ranks. On track to make it to Formula 1, Ferrucci was involved in controversy that involved he and his teammate colliding and skipping a stewards meeting, which ultimately led to his release from the team and move back stateside. Ferrucci dives into the details of what really happened, why it was a blessing in disguise that he was able to come back home and how it led him to his current escapades in IndyCar and NASCAR. It wasn't all bad in Europe, though. As a test driver for Haas F1 Team, Ferrucci recalls the fond memories he has driving a Formula 1 car and why he had to zip tie his helmet to his HANS device while racing it. Plus, why he decided to try his hand in NASCAR, whether or not he sees himself in stock cars for the long haul, how he's adjusted to racing bigger cars and learning the etiquette, why he's rooming with his team owner Sam Hunt in Charlotte, where he's focusing his efforts for the 2022 season and much more. Davey recaps the historic weekend at Talladega Superspeedway, that saw not only Bubba Wallace earn the first win for a Black driver since 1963 in the Cup Series, but also three first-time winners at the same track in the same weekend for the first time ever. He outlines why the rain-shortened victory was still legit for Wallace and 23XI Racing, briefly previews the Round of 12 cutoff at the Charlotte ROVAL and Papa Segal gives an ode to one of his favorite all-time drivers.
It's The Week In IndyCar guest show featuring Penske Entertainment CEO Mark Miles, using listener-driven comments and questions covering a variety of topics submitted by fans via Twitter, Facebook, and Reddit. We open with updates on marketing IndyCar's new champion Alex Palou and rival Pato O'Ward, the growth in international broadcasting and rise in revenues, developments with an IndyCar version of Formula 1's 'Drive to Survive' series, and more. Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribe Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast
MTSU place kicker, Matt Crews, brings IndyCar to Nashville. Ok, technically thats true, buttt.......Listen to this episode of DrivinLife and hear about the path Matt took from MTSU place kicker to CEO of the Big Machine Music City Grand Prix.
In this episode, Matt talks about the trio of first-time winners in NASCAR's top three series, in a very historic weekend at Talladega. He also talks on the passing of former ARCA team owner Briggs Cunningham, and the death of former driver Jon Wes Townley. There's also some silly season news from IndyCar and NASCAR, along with a Pop Quiznos that'll make you craving for a win.
NasCardRadio Episode 65: Logan and Val review the Talladega Superspeedway Truck (Tate Fogleman), Xfinity (Brandon Brown) and CUP (Bubba Wallace) winners, highest finishing rookies (Chase Purdy, Josh Berry and Anthony Alfredo) and their rookie trading cards. We quickly go over IndyCar and the next F1 race and current standings. Logan recaps the Nashville Music City Sports Collectibles & Autograph Show. Logan discusses his trading card pickups and a few tips on getting in person autographs. #thehobby #tradingcards #whodoyoucollect
The guys catch up after a week off, including Long Beach, Cross Country, Vegas, and a lot of mistakes.+++Follow us on Twitter at @askofftrack. Or individually at @Hinchtown, @AlexanderRossi, and @TheTimDurham.The music you heard in this episode comes from:Ryan Dann of Holland Patent Public Library. You can find him online at hollandpatentpubliclibrary.com
At the 2021 Long Beach Grand Prix, Palou fended off Pato O Ward and Josef Newgarden to finish 4th and win his first Indycar title. Robin is joined by Christopher Roche and they discuss Qatar is hosting a Grand Prix Alex Palou wins the Indycar Championship Colton Herta wins the Long Beach Grand Prix Canadians … Continue reading EPISODE 304: Alex Palou is the 2021 Indycar Champion → The post EPISODE 304: Alex Palou is the 2021 Indycar Champion first appeared on Fun With Cars.
It's the end of the 2021 INDYCAR season and we're giving out awards to all of the drivers before having some personal reflections. What do you think of the awards? Any different ones you'd give? Please subscribe, rate, review, and share this podcast with your friends, family, enemies, and perfect strangers. Past episodes, show notes, and blog entries can be found on our website www.fastcarsfastgirls.com. Thanks for Listening!
It's The Week In IndyCar Listener Q&A show using listener-driven comments and questions covering a variety of topics submitted by fans via Twitter, Facebook, and Reddit. The main conversations? Detroit's proposed move from Belle Isle back to downtown, the reasons behind Takuma Sato's exit from RLL, which teams are ripe to leave Chevy or Honda and join a third engine supplier, and more! Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribe Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast
I give you my thoughts on Bubba Wallace winning his first NASCAR race, what I saw on a tour of the new Gainbridge Fieldhouse & what to expect out of Wednesday's IndyCar test --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tony-donohue/support
Jeff gets pumped about U.S. Space Force Guardians newly unveiled dress uniforms. CV reluctantly brings us yet another story about Afghanistan as two of the military's highest-ranking generals telling lawmakers that they did not support the full withdrawal this year. Ashley shares a story from The American Legion Magazine about the benefits of Wind Therapy. RAPID FIRE Marine Lieutenant Colonel who demanded Afghanistan accountability thrown in brig. Remains of Medal of Honor recipient Rev. Emil Kapaun returned to Kansas 70 years after his death in North Korean POW Camp. Navy veteran with broken-down scooter becomes TikTok star is flooded with generosity. Lawmaker on a mission to compel Pentagon to take UFOs seriously.
This week on Trackside, Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin discuss Bubba Wallace's historic win Monday at Talladega, as he became the first Black driver to win in the NASCAR Cup Series since 1963. They look ahead to IndyCar testing at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway this week, with Jimmie Johnson reportedly taking his rookie test for the Indy 500 Wednesday. The guys debate how the seven-time NASCAR Cup champion would perform on ovals after a lackluster IndyCar rookie season on road and street courses. Kevin and Curt talk about the plan for the Detroit Grand Prix to move back to its original downtown layout and away from Belle Isle in 2023. They also discuss the possibility of IndyCar racing on the new F1 street course in Miami, and if the famed Long Beach Grand Prix could move from its traditional April date to the fall. Later in the show, Kevin and Curt continue to break down IndyCar's Silly Season, including where Indy Lights champion Kyle Kirkwood could end up, rumors of a Toyota return to IndyCar and if Kyle Larson could end up racing in the Indy 500. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Luke Edwards from the IMS Museum joins myself and Jared Sparkman to look back at the 2021 IndyCar season. We discuss in detail the championship run for Alex Palou, a few of our favorite liveries from the season and our favorite moments throughout the season. Luke is an avid racing fan and heads up digital media for the museum. We also share some funny stories from the paddock, look ahead to the Nascar Truck Series returning to Lucas Oil Raceway and crack open the silly season notebook. (Chad Smith Photograph) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tony-donohue/support
Vuelve a escuchar la charla con Álex Palou, primer ganador español de la IndyCar Series. Además, Yurguen Hernández, entrenador del CD Mensajero estuvo junto a Álvaro Benito en la previa del primer partido que se disputa en La Palma de categoría nacional
Vuelve a escuchar la charla con Álex Palou, primer ganador español de la IndyCar Series. Además, Yurguen Hernández, entrenador del CD Mensajero estuvo junto a Álvaro Benito en la previa del primer partido que se disputa en La Palma de categoría nacional
Adam and Matt are here for this week's episode of Car Cast. The guys kick off the show by recapping Matt's weekend at the Long Beach Grand Prix. They talk Indy Car lap times vs Formula Atlantic lap times. They get into one of the more scary Indy Car crashes and discuss the titanium halos that are now standard. Lastly, they welcome writer, historian, appraiser, & CEO Donald Osborne. Donald previews Audrain Newport Concours & Motor Week and answers questions for the guys. THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS: GEICO: Visit Geico.com PLUTO TV: Download the free Pluto TV app on any device JB WELD: Visit JBWELD.com AIR MED CARE: Visit AirMedCare.com today GOOD GUYS: Visit Good-Guys to purchase tickets TRICO: Visit TricoProducts.com
It's The Week In IndyCar Listener Q&A show using listener-driven comments and questions covering a variety of topics submitted by fans via Twitter, Facebook, and Reddit. The main conversations? All the good and the bad from the season finale in Long Beach! Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribe Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast
It's The Week In IndyCar guest show featuring new Meyer Shank Racing driver Simon Pagenaud, using listener-driven comments and questions covering a variety of topics submitted by fans via Twitter, Facebook, and Reddit. We open with Pagenaud's thoughts on the move from Team Penske, the goals and challenges ahead at MSR, being reunited with Helio Castroneves, and more. Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribe Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast
This week on Trackside, Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin congratulate Alex Palou on winning the 2021 NTT IndyCar Series title. They discuss the surprising but consistent championship run by the 24-year-old Chip Ganassi Racing star. Additionally, they look at the bright future ahead for Palou and the rest of IndyCar's youth movement. They recap the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach, won by Colton Herta, who dominated the final two races of the season. With just 22 weeks until the 2022 season going green, the guys list what off-season question marks remain. Kevin and Curt talk about Ryan Hunter-Reay's future and what seats still need to be filled, including the number 45 car for Rahal Letterman Lanigan and the number 20 for Ed Carpenter Racing. Later in the show, they talk about where Santino Ferrucci could drive next year and take questions from listeners, including what Indy Lights will look like now that IndyCar has taken over promoting the series. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Optimism for an exciting Las Vegas race turns out to be mostly a bust following a thriller at Bristol, but it sets the stage for Talladega and the Roval to conclude Round 2 of NASCAR's playoffs. Meanwhile, Alex Palou wins the IndyCar championship in Long Beach -- then joins the podcast to discuss his big day. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's The Week In IndyCar guest show featuring Andretti Autosport Indy Lights championship leader Kyle Kirkwood, using listener-driven comments and questions covering a variety of topics submitted by fans via Twitter, Facebook, and Reddit. We open with Kirkwood's thoughts on his weekend of dominance in Monterey, then move onto future aspirations, adding sports car racing so early in his career, dealing with sticky racing suits, and more. Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribe Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast