Welcome to episode 36 of the Lovecars on the Grid podcast. Our presenters, Tiff Needell and Paul Woodman bring us another roundup of motorsport events from around the World from the past week! What an exciting week we've had, from Formula 1, F2, F3, Porsche Supercup, WEC in Japan, WRC in Greece, Indycar in California, NASCAR, World Superbikes, British Superbikes and British GT. Starting with Formula 1, Max Verstappen is on another level, with yet another win in Monza at the weekend winning from 7th place, despite Charles LeClerc starting in pole position. We had the cinderella story of Nick De Vries in Williams. The driver was substituted for Alex Albon after the driver was suffering with appendicitis. De Vries qualified 13th, but thanks to other driver penalties, started in 9th. He managed to finish in the same position, achieving points in his very first race! We have to talk about the safety car controversy. Keeping the safety car out and allowing Max Verstappen to take the win. It's like Abu Dhabi with Michael Masi all over again! Should the FIA have red flagged the race and allow a restart for the last three laps? Did they make the decision? Let us know what you think! We had a strange weekend in Formula 2, with a Championship win for Felipe Drugovich, even with 3 races to go! The Sprint Race was won by Juri Vips. Formula 3 ended up in a crash that causes a red flag. Victor Martins took the championship win from the pit wall. The Sprint Race win went to Franco Colapinto, whilst the feature race win went to Zane Maloney. In the Porsche Supercup, Harry King took pole position, but following a 3 place grid penalty after a shunt in the previous race, King took 2nd place, behind Bastian Buus. The Championship win was given to Dylan Pereira. The World Endurance Championship was taking place at Fuji, with 1st and 2nd place for Toyota and Alpine in 3rd. In the World Rally Championship, Hyundai had a 1, 2, 3 finish, following an awful start to the season. We had a spectacular Indycar race at Laguna Seca. Josef Newgarden made some great overtakes, but it was team mate, Will Power that took the Championship win the in Indycar series. The NASCAR series took place at the Hollywood Casino 400, with a win for Bubba Wallace. There's just 1 more race where drivers can qualify for the final 12 drivers, so exciting in NASCAR! In World Superbikes, the battle between Jonathan Rea and Toprak Razgatlioglu continues! Both riders fell off in the first 2 races. Next week, we have Moto GP and NASCAR!
Welcome to episode 35 of the Lovecars On The Grid podcast! Tiff Needell and Paul Woodman bring us another roundup of motorsport events from the past week! We kick off this week with a Max Verstappen masterclass in Zandvoort in the Netherlands. We were expecting a dull race, as there were very few places for overtakes, but we were shocked by the action we saw in the Formula 1 this weekend! We had another Ferrari blunder in Carlos Sainz first pit stop, which resulted in Sergio Perez running over one of the pit crew tyre guns in his Red Bull. In his second stop, Sainz was released unsafely, resulting in a time penalty for an unsafe release. We had both Tsunoda and Bottas cars break down. Tsunoda thought his tyres were not fitted correct, and after a 2nd pit stop, was told to stop his car by his pit crew. Valtteri Bottas was forced to stop his Alfa Romeo on the start/finish straight, resulting in a safety car, that forced Lewis Hamilton to lose his lead. George Russell took a late call with Mercedes to change his tyres during the safety car, but this left Hamilton exposed, allowing Max Verstappen to overtake on the first corner following the race restart. The final result was 1st to Max Verstappen, 2nd to Charles LeClerc and 3rd to George Russell, the British driver's best ever finish with Mercedes. We also finally have an update on the Oscar Piastri fiasco. The driver has now confirmed that he will be driving for McLaren next year. Meanwhile, AlphaTauri are working to secure Indycar driver, Colton Herta. Controversially, the driver hasn't received a super license, so the team are working to secure one for him in order for him to drive for them next year. Elsewhere in F1, there's confusion between the Red Bull and Porsche deal, with questions being asked about if it's an engine deal, a chassis deal, or whether anything will happen at all! In F2, we had another safety car issue. Liam Lawson was holding up the rest of the pack, waiting as late as possible before restarting. The drivers further back in the field tried to speed up early, resulting in several drivers crashing. The feature race ended up being won by Brazilian driver, Felipe Drugovich, with Marcus Armstrong winning the sprint race. In Formula 3, we had a session ended early, following a red flag on the banked corner that was arguably not needed. We're all for safety first, but this red flag was a bit extreme! The feature race was won by Zane Maloney, whilst Caio Collet won the sprint race. The Moto GP took place at Misano in Italy, won by Ducati rider, Francesco Bagnaia. Australian rider, Jack Miller crashed in his Ducati, showing just how on the edge these riders really ride! In the USA, we had Indycar at Portland. We had a fairly dull race, however we still had safety cars! Following some new ruling, the cars restarted further back on the straight, which resulted in no crashes when it came to the chicane as the cars were more spaced out. Scott McLaughlin dominated the race and took the win, with team mate Will Power in 2nd place. 3rd place Scott Dixon went from 16th to take his podium position. The NASCAR race was fairly chaotic, which took place at Darlington Raceway in South Carolina. Chase Elliot ended up spinning out. Kyle Busch blew his engine, and Kevin Harwick's car burst into flames! The win went to Erik Jones in his Chevrolet, with Denny Hamlin behind him in 2nd place. Next week, we have Formula 1, F2, F3 and the Porsche Supercup at Monza. The World Endurance Championship is back in Fuji, with some reduction in weight on the Peugeot and Toyota cars. WRC is back in Greece for a tough rally. The final round of Indycar is next week too, at Laguna Seca. We also have NASCAR! At home, British GT is taking place at Brands Hatch, whilst the British Superbikes are at Snetterton.
Welcome to episode 33 of the Lovecars on the Grid podcast! Our presenters, Tiff Needell and Paul Woodman bring us another roundup of motorsport events from the past week! This week, Paul joins us from yet another hotel room! We have WRC, Moto GP, Indycar, and NASCAR! The WRC was in Belgium, where Max Verstappen's farther, Jos Verstappen entered and finished 60th! In just the second stage, we had Championship leader, Kalle Rovanperä roll his Yaris. Elfyn Evans received a 10 seconds penalty for checking in late, and ending up losing the rally by 5 seconds, to Ott Tänak, who stormed to victory in his Hyundai. Moto GP took place at the Red Bull Ring. Francesco Bagnaia took pole position and took the eventual win, having now won 5 of the 8 races, with the other top 5 all also riding on Ducati bikes! In Moto2 and Moto3, the Japanese riders took the win, with a win for Ai Ogura on his Honda in Moto2, and a win for Ayumu Sasaki on his Husqvarna for Moto3. Moving across to America, the Indycar drivers were racing at the Gateway Raceway at Illinois, with noticeably empty stands! After a break due to the poor weather, we had a win for Josef Newgarden, with David Malukas in 2nd place. NASCAR was at Watkins Glen, with ex-F1 driver, Kimi Raikkonen taking part! The Hendrick pair of Chase Elliot and Carl Larson were the two leaders, with Larson diving up the inside in the final 3 laps of the race, pushing Elliot wide and forcing him back to 5th place. Raikkonen qualified in 27th, and managed to achieve 9th place, but was taken out later in the race by another driver. Next weekend, we have some more European racing! Formula 1 is back at Spa in Belgium, with a slightly new layout at Eau Rouge and Radillion. We also have NASCAR at Daytona, being the last round before the playoffs, with just 1 spot left available. Back in Britain, we have the BTCC at Thruxton, and the British Superbikes at Cadwell Park.
A big weekend at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway is in the rearview mirror, let's tie a bow on it. On this week's episode, we recap the Gallagher Grand Prix (3:32), react to Alexander Rossi ending his winless streak (6:19) and talk storylines for the rest of the season (14:40). For NASCAR, we wrap up the Verizon 200 at the Brickyard (23:10), discuss Tyler Reddick's win (25:05) and give our stories to watch for the remainder of the season (54:25). Have a listen! Podcast: Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3nXvPe1 Google Podcasts: https://rb.gy/siva9x Spotify: https://rb.gy/asj1gm Socials: 3C Media on YouTube @3CMediaSports on Twitter @3CMedia on Facebook @3CMedia on TikTok Anchor.FM/CrashCourse on Anchor
Welcome to episode 31 of the Lovecars On The Grid Podcast! Tiff Needell and Paul Woodman bring us another motorsport roundup of the events from the past week! First and foremost, not even motorsport related, but huge congratulations to the Lionesses, the England Ladies football team for winning the 2022 Euros!! The boys cover the breaking news that Fernando Alonso is moving to Aston Martin. The biggest motorsport events were in Hungary and at Indianapolis and last week we debated which would be the more entertaining racing to watch and … Hungary was where it was all at! F1 saw another sensation and devastating Ferrari meltdown, where both Ferrari drivers failed to get on the podium after being so strong pre-race and all weekend. Should the Ferrari strategist leave? Is it finally time? Speaking of leaving, it's farewell to Sebastian Vettel who is retiring after an illustrious career in Formula 1. We wish him the very best. Lots of excitement in F2, F3 and W Series - where Jamie Chadwick failed to make it 8 wins in a row! In the USA, there was quite a processional Indycar, and a crazy NASCAR. Elsewhere in Europe, Spa 24 Hours brings victory to Mercedes and a brilliant class win for four very fast ladies. Back home, in the BTCC at Knockhill you had to either have a BMW or be Ash Sutton to have any chance of winning! While there was a home win in London for Formula E. And the main bike meeting saw Toprak Razgatlıoğlu come out top of the WSB at Most in Czech republic. Next week: Formula 1 starts their summer break, WRC heads the billing with the 1000 Lakes rally in Finland, while Britain welcomes the MotoGP world to Silverstone. Indycar and NASCAR head back to the ovals with races at Nashville and Michigan.
Thanking the co-host of the popular “Off-Track” podcast for moonlighting (0:30); general thoughts on IndyCar-NASCAR crossover both on track and in the booth (1:30); what it was like calling a NASCAR race vs. an IndyCar race from the same location and with many of the same staff (3:00): how Hinch prepared for calling the Xfinity race (4:30); on his future NASCAR broadcast work (5:30); how the IndyCar schedule might have impacted some crossover dynamics (7:00); the response to NASCAR from IndyCar fans (8:30); breaking down the last restart of Sunday's Cup race (10:30); would Chastain's move have worked in IndyCar? (13:00); ways to deter access road usage in the future (15:30); Hinch's take on the quality of NASCAR racing on road courses (18:00); the appeal of a NASCAR strategy race through an IndyCar lens (19:00); blacks and reds in NASCAR? (21:00); The mental toughness of Tyler Reddick and Alex Palou (22:00); how will the Palou situation get resolved? (24:00); handicapping the final four IndyCar races of the season (26:00); Nashville preview (28:30).
We are back talking all the happenings from the major races over this past weekend. Lots of NASCAR "silly season" talk already. Reviewing the racing action from Pocono and Iowa over the weekend and looking ahead to the massive Indycar/NASCAR double header in Indianapolis and the Hungarian Grand Prix. Oh, and you'll get to learn all about "Beefles"
Conor Daly and Joey Mulinaro return to recap the doubleheader weekend at Iowa Speedway. Conor talks about his strong qualifying effort for both races but explains why the speed didn't translate. He dives into how qualifying and race setups differ, what teams were doing to combat tire degradation and Josef Newgarden's violent crash during race No. 2. Then Joey asks Conor what it was like meeting Mark Wahlberg and the story behind their selfie, discusses Chip Ganassi Racing filing a lawsuit against Alex Palou and previews the IndyCar/NASCAR doubleheader weekend at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course. Follow @SpeedStreetPod and @Dirtymomedia on Instagram and Twitter. 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
Setting up the Denny Hamlin-Kyle Busch disqualifications (1:00); DJ's thoughts after the details came to light (3:30); providing some context on the new DQ era of the 21st century (6:30); should NASCAR be inspecting more cars with greater scrutiny after races? (8:00); NASCAR's new message to the garage (12:00); the penalty of perception with a disqualification (15:00); the strain and stress of a turbulent season on Joe Gibbs (17:30); Latest round of Denny Hamlin vs. Ross Chastain (21:00): why DJ says Hamlin's move was aggressively fair (23:30); a Tyler Reddick-Chase Elliott battle with meaning in retrospect (25:00); Chase Elliott the title favorite (26:00); DJ reflects on current concussion protocol vs. when he raced through them (27:00); DJ's concerns with the Next Gen car and heavy impacts (29:30); career-best finish for Jimmie Johnson at Iowa Speedway (32:30); and a quick preview of the IndyCar-NASCAR doubleheader weekend at Indianapolis Motor Speedway (35:00)
Ouch! We missed plenty of racing in the last two weeks and we go through the hot topics in the latest episode of Europeans Watching American Racing: explosive Indycar racing, three NASCAR weekends including a "meh" All-Star Race, plus IMSA and NHRA. All packed and delivered to you! #NASCAR #IndyCar #IMSA #NHRA #EwAracing 00:00 Intro 00:49 NASCAR Cup @ Darlington: Logano vs. Byron 10:23 NASCAR Cup @ Kansas: New team? Call Kurt 14:15 NASCAR All-Star Race @ Texas. Should we? Really? 21:25 NASCAR Xfinity Series @ Darlington 23:13 NASCAR Xfinity Series @ Texas 25:55 NASCAR Truck Series @ Kansas 32:20 Indycar @ Indy GP: MADNESS! 39:30 Indycar @ Indy 500 Qualy: SPEED! 48:45 IMSA @ Mid-Ohio + News 51:42 NHRA @ Virgina 54:55 Upcoming weekend & Outro Listen to Europeans Watching American Racing also in following podcast services: YouTube: https://bit.ly/36eJsjv Apple: https://apple.co/3uX5Bxo Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3GUbBsT Google: https://bit.ly/3p0tPTy and many more popular podcast services! Hosts: André Wiegold (Germany) & Gian Luca Guiglia (Italy) Follow us on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EwAracing Twitter: https://twitter.com/EwAracing Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ewaracing/ Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/euwatchingamericanracing Folge direkt herunterladen
Welcome to episode 20 of the Lovecars On The Grid Podcast. Our two presenters, Tiff Needell and Paul Woodman are back with another roundup of motorsport events from the past week! This week, we have the Monaco Historic Grand Prix, Moto GP, Indycar, Formula E, BTCC and NASCAR! Tiff joins us from Nice airport after being in Monaco! We kick off with the Grand Prix Historique in Monaco, with cars from all eras, where Tiff got to meet Red Bull driver, Max Verstappen and Ferrari driver, Charles LeClerc! Formula E took place in Berlin this weekend, with a win for Nick De Vries in the Mercedes-EQ Formula E team, with 2nd place going to Rokit Venturi Racing's Edoardo Mortara. Moto GP was at the Bugatti Circuit of Le Mans for their Grand Prix De France, where leaders of both the Moto GP and Moto2 race crashed out. The win in the Moto GP went to Fabio Quartararo on the Yamaha, with a win for Celestino Vietti in Moto2. The BTCC were racing at Brands Hatch with all sorts of different weather! Josh Cooke won with Honda after some clever tyre changes. The rain and chaos continued in Indycar, at the GMR Grand Prix at the Indianopolis Motor Speedway. Teams weren't sure what tyre compound to go for with the different weathers, but the win went to Colton Herta. NASCAR was a battle between Kurt Busch in the Toyota and Kyle Larson in the Chevrolet, with Busch just beating Larson to the Win at the Kansas Speedway.
In what might be the best/worst episode yet, Davey, Matthew and Joe recap all the happenings from the full weekend slate at Darlington, address schedule rumors while also looking ahead to this next weekend in Richmond and Portland! All this and more on this week's edition of The Fake Racers Podcast!
It's a jam-packed Pit Pass Indy featuring some of the biggest names in both INDYCAR and NASCAR racing on this special edition following the only INDYCAR-NASCAR Tripleheader weekend of the season. Show host Bruce Martin has an exclusive interview with former NASCAR star Dale Earnhardt, Jr., he gives his thoughts on former teammate and NASCAR legend Jimmie Johnson switching gears and joining INDYCAR this season. Martin also interviews Johnson after his best complete race of the season this past Saturday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course. Team Penske's Will Power drops by after he won Saturday's Big Machine Spiked Coolers Grand Prix INDYCAR race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway followed by interviews with NTT INDYCAR SERIES points leader Alex Palou. Arrow McLaren SP drivers Pato O'Ward and Felix Rosenqvist are also guests as they look ahead to the final short oval race of the season on August 21 at World Wide Technology Raceway in Gateway. For more INDYCAR coverage, follow Bruce Martin at Twitter at @BruceMartin_500 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Big Machine Music City Grand Prix was a success, Chase McCabe gives his thoughts on the event and what is to come. Kyle Larson wins at the Glen for his 5th of the season, what does this mean for the points battle? Plus, IndyCar/NASCAR double at Indy.
Well, there's just a few things to talk about this week! The doubleheader at IMS Christian Lundgaard Nashville The race itself The track What went wrong/what went right Why it shouldn't be all doom and gloom like the internet says.
Wednesday on Trackside, Kevin and Curt preview this weekend's IndyCar/NASCAR triple header at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and catch up on listener questions. Questions include clarification about working on your car during a red flag, potential changes to the Nashville street circuit, logistics for the upcoming weekend at IMS, and a tidbit about Graham Rahal's success. In the second segment, the guys discuss recent Silly Season rumors, including the potential for Simon Pagenaud to move to Meyer Shank Racing in 2022, and where Ryan Hunter-Reay and Romain Grosjean could be driving next season. Later, the guys talk about how engineers play into driver moves, and if Conor Daly could be back with Ed Carpenter Racing next year.Finally, Kevin previews Thursday's show, including excitement about the massive 28-car entry list for the Big Machine Spiked Coolers Grand Prix. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Phil and Josh start Episode 73 of the GSP discussing the passing of motorsports announcing icon Bob Jenkins and what he meant to both of them as fans. The guys go over some of Bob's great calls over the years and his timeless style that resonated with so many people over Bob's legendary career. Recaps of the Music City Grand Prix, which saw Marcus Ericcson win his second IndyCar race of 2021 after taking off earlier in the day along with the weekend at Watkins Glen for NASCAR are thoroughly fleshed out. The Roundup consists of MotoGP talk with Valentino Rossi announcing his retirement along with Styrian/Austrian GP coverage, IMSA at Road America, DTM at Zolder, World Superbikes, plus upcoming events on the horizon. Phil and Josh spend some time to go over their respective NFL teams since the preseason starts officially this week and key position battles to look at for them before they discuss fantasy football with the FallBrawl league drafting in just over a week's time. Josh discusses his recent win at the old Phoenix International Raceway in an IndyCar along with other exploits on iRacing plus covering the release of NASCAR 21 before the show close.
This week, Crash and B Scott discuss how the injuries to Carson Wentz and Quenton Nelson impact the Colts season (03:10). They also give their favorite Peyton Manning and Edgerrin James moments (23:35), as they go into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and discuss the IndyCar/NASCAR double header weekend at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway (49:50). Enjoy! Socials: 3CMedia on Twitch @CrashCourseFM on Twitter Crash Course Podcast on Facebook --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crashcourse/support
He's back!!! No, I'm not talking about Jack Nicholson. Rick Riggin makes his 2021/2022 college football debut. You know you've been waiting for it!! He's back!! No, I'm not talking about Jack Nicholson again. Steve Wilson, editor in chief of SpeedwayDigest.com makes his return after a 2 weeks hiatus for the Olympics. We'll be talking Nascar at the Glen. It's a full weekend there! We believe Tony Donahue will be joining us from Nashville and we'll be talking some IndyCar on the streets of Nashville. We'll also be getting ready for the IndyCar/Nascar doubleheader at IMS. Stick around, it's about to get good. Be sure and call in at 917-889-8516.
In Episode 14 of NARP, Conor Daly joins Matt, Ryan, and special co-host Cody Ware to talk about his racing journey. Daly tells stories of his time testing with F1, the Indy 500, his love of all racing, and his adventures on American Ninja Warrior and The Amazing Race. Matt talks about his new crew chief, Ryan touches on Mid-Ohio, and Cody talks about his IndyCar debut at Road America before leaking a special announcement…
Welcome to Episode 11 of Lovecars On the Grid the global motorsport roundup, where this week we start with the awful news that 19 year old Moto3 rider Jason Dupasquier succumbed to his injuries after an accident in qualifying. We pay our respects to this young man who's life was tragically taken too soon. In terms of the race itself, the Grand Prix being at Mugello was a slipstream dream! The early season sensation Pedro Acosta only managed 8th one spot behind Britain's John McPhee. Moto2 didn't go well for Sam Lowes, with a big crash. Brit Jake Dixon went from 22nd to 14th. MotoGP dominated by Fabio Quartararo – again starting a year winning but will form last? It was sad to see Valentino Rossi at his home track struggling from 19th to 10th. Do you think the Doctor should hand up his helmet and racing boots? the Brits keep winning in Superbikes, with some Turkish pressure in Estoril. A huge event with Indy 500 over Memorial Weekend with Helio's 4th win at the grand old age of 46! NASCAR – was a fairly dull 600 mile race, but won by the Needell favorite, Kyle Larson!! Extreme E – beach buggies kicking up the sand with the Ocean Prix. Did this get your pulse revving? Or cold soup? And Tiff Needell had 3 races at the Brands Historic which we discuss and see how he got on! Next weekend – F1 and F2 in Baku, WRC ion Italy, MotoGP Barcelona, NASCAR back on road course.
Welcome to Episode 10 of Lovecars On the Grid the global motorsport roundup, where this week we go from Monaco to Mallory Park plus much, much more! So the most glamorous Grand Prix of the season, sw local hero Charles Leclerc on pole for Ferrari, but would Max Verstappen in his Red Bull throw a spanner in the works? Talking of spanners, the Bottas nut, where the Mercedes-AMG team didn't quite get their tactics right! With amazing action from Sebastian Vettel on the overcut on Lewis and Gasly and later Perez did the same to all three but was is 4th place good enough for a team who has such high expectations as Red Bull? Carlos Sainz thought he could win for Ferrari, but qualifying spoiled that chance, and how lovely to see Lando Norris taking 3rd place. Also in Monaco it was the F2 with some interesting reverse grids! French sensation Pourchaire together with our very own Dan Tictum. the Caterham Academy headed to Mallory Park for their first wheel to wheel racing, with our very own Paul Woodman starting P4 on the grid. Elfyn Evans and Scott Martin won the Rally of Portugal in not the most exciting WRC of all time! In World Superbikes where, as opposed to MotoGP, the Brits dominated with the 6 in a row championship winner, Jonathan Rae, taking his 100th win Indy qualifying had plenty of drama and saw 6 times champion Scott Dixon taking pole ahead of the big Indy 500 race next week. Opening British GT result sees Lamborghini win and back in the US of A, NASCAR causes a storm at the COTA in Texas.... well a big rainstorm at least. Next week! Indy 500, Mugello MotoGP both with a mass of overtaking, NASCAR back on oval at Charlotte and Extreme E Ocean Grand Prix. See you then!
The DTC gang reacts to the 2021 NASCAR Schedule release and how it will result in a very different-looking product. Schedule changes in Indycar are discussed along with the planned Indycar/NASCAR shared Brickyard weekend set for next August. We also break down the penalties handed down to Lewis Hamilton at the Russian Grand Prix and ...
On this episode of Rollin' With The Punches... Doc and Jessie discuss the big 4th of July weekend of racing at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, recapping the competition and sharing their thoughts on the IndyCar/NASCAR mashup. Doc explains Jimmie Johnson's clearance to return to racing after being diagnosed with Coronavirus, and Jessie shares the final installment of NASCAR's regular season schedule. They also take a look at the weekend ahead... aka "The Kentucky Five." Gearing up for FOUR days of racing in the Bluegrass State. Will we see another Busch Brothers battle to the finish this year? _________________________________________ MUSIC: Jack the Lumberer by Alexander Nakarada | https://www.serpentsoundstudios.com Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...
This week's episode: a recap of the GMR Grand Prix at Indianapolis Motor Speedway and how the first IndyCar/NASCAR doubleheader weekend fared. Plus more on the IndyCar schedule, Ferrari, and a preview of this weekend's doubleheader at Road America.
'Mad' Max Papis talks to Guy and Paul about been mentored by the great Ayrton Senna, the disappointment of Formula one, The highs of racing in Indycar and having the most NASCAR starts for a European driver. An all round 'Bas ass' Max's story is really inspirational and we really enjoyed speaking with him.
Greg DePalma and Eric Smith (Race Review Online) examine Scott Dixon‘s second triumph in as many races this IndyCar season, cruising to a comfortable win at the GMR Grand Prix to lead off Indianapolis Motor Speedway‘s historic IndyCar/NASCAR weekend. Graham Rahal showed staying power with his runner-up finish, while Simon Pagenaud notched his second top-3. On the flip side, Alexander Rossi and Will Power head to this weekend’s Road America...
(NSFW) Dodge has seemingly one mission: shove the Hellcat running gear into everything. Well, almost everything. Kia is giving us a hot new sedan, despite new car sales for the last few months being terrible (at best). We had the first IndyCar/NASCAR double header, and F1 came back, so that means Uncle Pizza Touchy Brandon has come out of the woods to join Mike and Zack! We're also giving away a copy of Eric Teti's AE86 Corolla 'zine 7600+. All you gotta do is share a heartwarming/wholesome story from a car get together you went to with us at email@example.com, and one of you will get the 'zine, as well as some CAM stuff! We've got a Patreon, and you should really become a Patron and help us keep making awesome content for you! Patreon Instagram Facebook Apple Podcasts Google Play Spotify YouTube CAMautoSwag *Article, Photos, Videos, and Audio clips are copyright of CAMautoMag.Com and their respective owners
Was NASCAR's double-header in Pocono a success? We discuss the back-to-back races, new rules for the All-Star event, and the latest NASCAR News - along with our Paint Scheme Preview and Picks for another double-header - IndyCar-NASCAR at The Brickyard!The Rundown:- Kevin Harvick and Denny Hamlin win at Pocono- Rain and track position ruled the weekend- Was the double-header a success?- NASCAR News:- New rules for the All-Star Race - is the Choose Rule a good one?- Champion's Week is cancelled- Jimmie Johnson to test Indy Car (well...he was - we recorded before his COVID announcement)- Driver and Sponsor News- Paint Scheme Preview and Picks for Indianapolis! (well...before Jimmie's COVID announcement...)Be sure to check out the website at InTheDraftShow.com, follow on Instagram and Twitter @InTheDraftShow, and like the show on Facebook at facebook.com/InTheDraftShowThanks for listening!
Phil and Josh finish their F1 preview with Red Bull, Ferrari and Mercedes while discussing the season-opening Austrian GP. They continue with IndyCar's return to Indianapolis and the GMR Grand Prix for their second race and first on a road course. Discussion of Pocono NASCAR and previews of Indy races and finish with the Weathertech 240 at Daytona discussion for IMSA. Plenty of stuff but worth the time on the GSP!
G'day mate! Dale Earnhardt Jr. brings in his good friend from down under, Australian racecar driver Paul Morris, to turn the show upside down. Morris and Dale jr. recall how they met, the time they got kicked out of a night club, crazy decisions over wine, driving the treacherous Bathurst race course, and landing helicopters on a casino. Paul opens up about a few bad wrecks, a concussion that prevented an opportunity in NASCAR and the time that the V8 Supercar veteran raced three weeks after breaking multiple vertebrae in a crash. Morris shares the tale of how burnouts at a bar once got Robby Gordon's Stadium SUPER Trucks series banned from Australia. Ya think that's wild? How about when Dale Jr. drove one of Paul's racecars barefoot while in board shorts? Yeah, that happened. From a story of a shark bite to the time he crashed a helicopter, the stories are plentiful. Dale Jr and co-host Mike Davis discuss the big Indycar / NASCAR doubleheader weekend at Indianapolis Motor Speedway and what it could mean for future collaborations between the two series. Dale Jr. will be back to work calling races for NBC this weekend and discusses the challenges he expects to face while broadcasting remotely. In Ask Jr. Presented by Xfinity, Dale Jr. shares the story of his firework fail that made Amy and Isla upset and caused horses to run wild. Plus, find out why one driver had a bathroom named after him at Pocono Raceway. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
NASCAR on NBC analysts Jeff Burton, Dale Jarrett and Steve Letarte on the surprise playoff contenders this season, the plight of the 2020 Cup rookie class with no practice and looking ahead to the Brickyard and an IndyCar-NASCAR doubleheader first.
This week's episode: The Indianapolis Motor Speedway announces fans won't be allowed in the stands for the IndyCar/NASCAR doubleheader over Fourth of July weekend, A preview of Saturday night's Genesys 300 at Texas Motor Speedway plus the 2020 Indy Lights season is cancelled.
This week on Driven, Skip is joined by the President of the Indianapolis Speedway, Doug Boles! With over 300 days of IMS events, he has one of the most fun and rewarding jobs in the industry. Tune in to hear Skip and Doug discuss the speedway and it’s long history (including the Brickyard 400), why the best seats in the house are the cheapest, “glamping” in tiny homes as a way for families to comfortably catch all the action, and the future of IndyCar & NASCAR. Host: Skip Barber www.drivenwithskipbarber.com & www.limerock.com @drivenwithskip Today's Guests: Doug Boles @indianapolismotorspeedway @jdouglas4
The first non-race episode in a while means we can cover INDYCAR news and of course give our opinions on everything, including why we’re down for a INDYCAR/NASCAR doubleheader (2:34). A brief trip to Le Mans (30:50) as it’s a big weekend for INDYCAR drivers and any racing fan in general. Our Shit We Didn’t Make Up is all about licenses and how you have to have one to drive, but it doesn’t mean you get a ride (36:52). We discuss all the ladies in the 2019 Le Mans, there are three (48:25). Finally, we start talking about the REV Group Grand Prix at Road America because it’s a great race and we’re already excited (52:04). Keep your eyes on our social media channels for more information about FCFG Unplugged and we’ll see you there! Past episodes, show notes, and blog entries can be found on our website: www.fastcarsfastgirls.com please visit, contact us, and let us know what you think. Visit us also on our social media: Twitter @FastCarsin317 Instagram FastCarsFastGirls and Facebook.com/FastCarsFastGirls As always, please subscribe, rate, review, and share this podcast with your friends and family. Thanks for listening
A long World 600 provided the gang plenty to cover including JGR’s blown tires, Martin Truex Jr. asking David Ragan to move to the rear, no caution for debris on Saturday, potential for an IndyCar/NASCAR doubleheader, bets with a six-year-old and more.
This week's episode: A recap of the Indycar Classic at Circuit of the Americas won by rookie Colton Herta, an Indy 500 car count update, and how NASCAR's 2020 schedule could impact Indycar and where a possible Indycar/NASCAR doubleheader could take place.