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Today on the show we're talking with professional racecar driver, Josef Newgarden. Josef has won the Indie series twice, he has been racing since he was a kid, and he didn't finish high school or college! We talk about how nothing can hold you back, including being an introvert. Josef had to step out of his comfort zone, and interact with the team in order to create chemistry, to work together better on race day! Josef also lost his first sponsor he ever had, he thought that was the end of his season, but another company stepped in and believed in what Josef could do. He went on to win the championship that year. Having passion for what you do, becoming obsessed with beating the competition, not letting failures become deterrents, but using them to fuel your passion; that is what Josef brings to the table in today's interview, and everyday he races. Pushing yourself, believing in yourself, and stepping out of your comfort zone will get you to new heights you didn't think were possible. Links: Follow True Underdog on IG: www.instagram.com/true_underdog Reach out to Jayson directly at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow Jayson on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jayson-waller-/ Follow Jayson on Instagram: www.instagram.com/jaysonwallerbam Check out our website to meet the team, view show notes and transcripts: www.trueunderdog.com Apply for a chance to receive a $10,000 business grant: https://trueunderdog.com/underdog-achievers-program/ Mentioned in the Episode: Rick's Book, The 21 Keys to Success: Ridin' with Rick: https://www.amazon.com/Success-Kolie-Crutcher-Freeway-Ricky/dp/0981464343 Rick's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/freewayricky/?hl=en Rick's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheRealFreewayRickRoss/ Freeway Enterprise Website: https://freewayenterprise.com Timestamps: 1:03 - Josef's Upbringing 3:52 - Excited by the Challenges 6:13 - 20% Talent, 80% Passion 9:17 - Selling Yourself 14:19 - Empowering “No” 17:45 - All About the People 21:20 - Passion Beyond Anyone Else 26:52 - Love the Challenges 29:01 - Marrying a Disney Princess 34:02 - Becoming a Father 35:21 - Jayson Meeting His Wife 39:12 - Josef's YouTube Channel
So a couple of weeks back, we had a rare week where none of the series we cover had a major race, so we thought it would be a good time to take stock and review the 2021 IndyCar Series. King, Dre, RJ and special guest Zoeey Hamilton go team by team and evaluate where they're at, future prospects, thoughts on expansion or in some cases, scaling down, and it's a 100 minute special for you guys to enjoy. So, included on the bill, but not limited to, we have: A Zoeey rant for the ages on Carlin, Max Chilton's commitment to the series and whether an entity like Juncos buys their team up! Dale Coyne and a breakdown of Romain Grosjean's incredibly fun and emotional rookie season, his future on ovals and with the #28 car in Andretti for 2022, and who gets the #18 if Ed Jones isn't coming back? Call forth the good ol' Dale Coyne *TBC entry*! Rinus Veekay almost felt forgotten about in the land of youngsters winning in the new age of IndyCar, remember when he y'know… won at Indy's Road Course? We talk about his future, as well as who gets ther #20 seat at Ed Carpenter Racing to share with the man himself, as Ryan Hunter-Reay tests for them… Meyer Shank's Jack Harvey and how he might still be the unluckiest man in all of the series. A series that has Conor Daly in it no less. Also, their future and them seemingly inheriting the mother of all Indy 500 death-lineups in Simon Pageanud taking Jack Harvey's #60. Combined with Helio's full-time return at the age of 2022, can they get North American immortality with an unthinkable 5th 500 for Spiderman? Arrow's Pato O'Ward and what might be missing from McLaren as they continue to bang on the door of a series title. Is it a 2nd elite driver? Maybe a 3rd car? Bringning in Nico Hulkenberg and Stoffel Vandoorne could be a sign of things to come… Rahal Letterman Lanigan might have had a completely different season if it weren't for that loose tyre at the 500 on Graham Rahal's #15 car. Sato may be leaving, but a 3-car team of him, Jack Harvey and F2's Christian Lundgaard is hard not to be excited about. And then the Big 3 - Team Penske slowly leaning towards a rebuild? And does downsizing the team put more pressure on talented newcomer Scott McLaughlin as he competes even more intensely against Josef Newgarden and Will Power? We untangle the mess of Andretti. They have the series most talented youngster in Colton Herta, but everything else… wasn't great. Alex Rossi looks disinterested, Hinchcliffe was driving hurt and Hunter-Reay seems in decline. A refresh looms, with Grosjean coming, and maybe Kyle Kirkwood too? And Chip Ganassi. Which was an excuse for us to gush over Alex “Wholesome Bitch” Palou one more time. See you for more IndyCar in 2022!
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.
And in the second party of our double header, we headed to Long Beach to IndyCar and its season finale at Long Beach. Three men still eligible for the Series Championship and the Astor Cup, Spain's Alex Palou for Chip Ganassi Racing, Mexico's Patricio O'Ward for Arrow McLaren SP and Josef Newgarden for Team Penske. And just to make it even more fun, Josef snagged pole for an extra point, and O'Ward and Palou had to start from the midfield, even if Palou only needed a Top 11 finish to seal the deal… ….Goddamnit Ed Jones. Of course a Lap 1 spinout essentially poured cold water on the whole thing. But it still gave us a whole lot of fun as Colton Herta had the final word on 2021 in IndyCar with a brilliant comeback to win from 14th on the grid, including some sensational passes on Simon Pagenaud and Scott Dixon. We sit down and speculate, could Herta be THE guy for the series going forward? Of course, we also gush over Palou's Championship win and the fact we don't think enough people have gone wild about it - I mean, winning the title in Year 2, at Age 24, first year in a big team, in SCOTT DIXON'S house to take the title? Utterly ridiculous and maybe some more proof that Europe isn't the only way to discover the best talent out there. We also talk about the bronze medalist Pato O'Ward, and the direction and the future of the series in general. Has the youth movement truly arrived? Are we going to see some of the veterans phased out with 3 drivers under 25 in the Top 5 of the Championship?! Scotty McLaughlin beating Grosjean for Rookie of the Year? And of course, we talk about some of our favourite moments of what's been a fascinating season to watch. Thanks for watching our IndyCar coverage in 2021 everyone, and we can't wait to see what happens next year, be sure to like, comment and subscribe and it'll be back in February!
VÓTANOS, POR FAVOR, EN LOS PREMIOS DE IVOOX AQUÍ: https://es.surveymonkey.com/r/PremiosIvooxAudiencia2021 En el segundo episodio de la semana, los chicos de Podcast Técnica Fórmula 1 terminan de hacer repaso y balance de lo sucedido en el Gran Premio de Rusia de la semana pasada. Pero, además, habrá tiempo para repasar la carrera de la IndyCar en Long Beach y la consecución del título por parte de Alex Palou, así como harán un análisis previo de lo que podemos esperar del Rally de Finlandia, que podremos ver este fin de semana. Un final de carrera inesperado. En la lucha por la victoria, Hamilton paraba en la vuelta 27 y Norris (y Verstappen) lo hacían en la vuelta 29, pero el de McLaren consiguió salir por delante del Mercedes. Y desde ese momento los dos británicos se estuvieron persiguiendo por todo el resto del Gran Premio. Norris hizo un grandísimo trabajo defendiéndose de Hamilton, demostrando la madurez que ha alcanzado. En la vuelta 37 Sainz volvía a la 3ª posición, prácticamente sin que nadie se diera cuenta, posición que mantendría de forma muy inteligente hasta el final, consiguiendo el tercer escalón del podio al final de la carrera. En la vuelta 46 comenzaron a caer las primeras gotas de agua. Había que tomar una decisión: ¿cambiar a gomas de agua? ¿cuándo? Hamilton lo hizo en la vuelta 50, pero Norris decidió quedarse en pista para intentar mantener la posición, cosa que no pudo conseguir debido a que la lluvia fue cada vez a más. El desenlace final fue que el de McLaren tuvo que entrar cuando ya casi no podía manejar el coche con slicks y terminó 7º. Una gran decepción para McLaren, que no sería la última del día. La lluvia al final de la carrera trajo consigo un gran lío a la hora de llamar a los pilotos para montar neumáticos de lluvia, lo que acabó con Verstappen en segunda posición. El holandés y Red Bull, al final, han quedado con un motor nuevo para final de temporada y perdiendo lo mínimo con Hamilton, pues la vuelta rápida se la llevó Norris. Ahora, además, los de Mercedes tienen que decidir dónde cambia la unidad de potencia - y penaliza - el británico. Mucho más que Fórmula 1. No todo el Motorsport es Fórmula 1. Y el fin de semana fue una muestra de ello, con la esperadísima última carrera de la IndyCar. Alex Palou, Pato O’Ward y Josef Newgarden se jugaban el título y la carrera no pudo estar más divertida. Finalmente, Colton Herta ganaba la carrera, como hiciera la semana pasada, y Josef Newgarden, que lo había peleado con toda su alma, quedaba segundo. Palou terminó 4º, pero esa posición le daba matemáticamente el título de la IndyCar. Un título más que merecido por la temporada que ha hecho y que significa que se convierte en el primer campeón español de la Indy. Lo peor de la carrera fue el hecho de que Ed Jones se llevara por delante, en una de las primeras vueltas de carrera, a Pato O’Ward, lo que le mandó al final de la parrilla y le provocaría, unas pocas vueltas más tarde, una rotura en la suspensión trasera que acabó con todas las posibilidades que el mexicano tenía para luchar con Palou por el título, algo que nos habría encantado presenciar. Al final, lamentablemente, no fue el día de Mclaren tampoco en Estados Unidos, aunque hay que reconocer que tanto el equipo de Fórmula 1 como el de Indy y sus pilotos están firmando una grandísima temporada. No hay fin de semana sin motor. Y, ya con la IndyCar terminada y con la Fórmula 1 tomándose una semana de descanso antes de llegar a Turquía, sólo nos queda ocupar el fin de semana, si queremos disfrutar de algo de motor, con el Rally de Finlandia, uno de los más icónicos de la temporada y que este año llega mucho más tarde en el año. En este programa los chicos del podcast nos hablarán de las principales características de este rally, de los tramos que tendremos en esta edición y de la asistencia de público a los mismos. También nos contarán cómo son las pista finlandesas y qué gomas serán las protagonistas, así como de las novedades técnicas en los coches para este rally y de cómo ven a los distintos pilotos dentro de la categoría reina. Sube tus comentarios de audio o tus preguntas y te escucharás en el siguiente podcast. Puede hacerlo aquí: https://www.speakpipe.com/tecnicaformula1 No olvidéis seguirnos en nuestra redes sociales donde tendréis información extra: Twitter: @PodcastTecnica / @RaulMolinaRecio Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PodcastTecnicaFormula1/ Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals
This week on Trackside, Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin look back at Colton Herta's dominating victory at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca. They discuss the championship battle heading into the season finale at Long Beach, in which Alex Palou holds a commanding lead over Pato O'Ward and Josef Newgarden. Later, Kevin and Curt talk about Romain Grosjean's impressive charge to a podium finish at Laguna Seca and Alexander Rossi's disappointing day after a lap two spin. In the second hour, the guys breakdown next year's IndyCar schedule race-by-race, which was released over the weekend. Kevin and Curt talk about what they like with the 17-race schedule and what can be improved on moving forward. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's race week once again, as IndyCar heads west for the Grand Prix of Portland, and Curt Cavin and Kevin Lee look ahead to the final three races of the 2021 season. They discuss the tight points race, with Pato O'Ward holding a narrow lead over Alex Palou, Josef Newgarden and Scott Dixon in the battle for the Astor Cup. They talk about new driver developments for this week, including Oliver Askew driving the third entry for Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing, and F2 star Callum Ilott, who will pilot the Juncos Hollinger Racing car. To wrap up the first hour, Curt and Kevin take listener questions, including who could be racing for a 2022 ride this weekend. Later in the show, Curt and Kevin play “Would You Rather” on a number of topics about the final trio of races this season. Finally, we are joined by Indy Lights championship leader David Maulukas to talk about the battle for the Indy Lights title, David's time on a reality TV show as a 13-year-old, and his potential IndyCar plans for next season. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
7 really IS the lucky number after all! At the Le Mans 24 hours, it was Toyota who won the day with a 1-2 finish, but it wasn't without early Glickenahus drama, and an Alpine in the gravel trap! We also had Ferrari taking the GT's and a heartbreaking finish for the #41 car in LMP2! We also talk IndyCar as Gateway, as Josef Newgarden won to re-enter the title race, and Rinus Veekay caused a big problem for the Chip Ganassi gang! We also talk Romain Grosjean's oval debut, and talk about the passing of the great Robin Miller.
Phil and Josh return for Episode 75 of the GSP and initially discuss the loss of motorsports journalistic legend Robin Miller. The guys give their thoughts and memories of Miller while going over some of the best things that Robin brought to sport over 50+ years of involvement. Miller would've had plenty to say about the IndyCar race at Gateway, which saw Josef Newgarden win and Pato O'Ward retake the points lead. Chip Ganassi Racing has a nightmare race and plenty more argy-bargy took place which brings up the issues of driving standards and respect among the competitors. NASCAR Cup at Michigan was a Hendrick benefit till Young Ryan Blaney snuck through on a late restart to take his second win of 2021. AJ Allmendinger in XFinity at Michigan and Sheldon Creed in Trucks won with Allmendinger closing the gap on Cindric in the regular-season points while Creed won the Playoff opener for Trucks at Gateway. A busy segment of the GSP Roundup goes over the 24 Hours of Le Mans, WSBK at Navarra, Indy Lights at Gateway, DTM at the Nurburgring, F3 & W Series at Spa, MotoGP/Moto2 at Silverstone, and Extreme E in Greenland. Phil and Josh preview the return of Formula 1 at the Belgian Grand Prix with a focus on Verstappen vs. Hamilton along with McLaren vs. Ferrari and the other key battles with picks. They also preview the Cup regular-season finale at Daytona in the Coke Zero 400 and XFinity with the Wawa 250. Regular football and FallBrawl Fantasy Football talk precede Josh's sim segment before we close for the week.
IndyCar drivers and small-market MLB teams are beating each other up. San Francisco 49ers, North Dakota State Football, Milwaukee Brewers, Cincinnati Reds, Simon Pagenaud, Josef Newgarden, Tampa Bay Rays, Seattle Mariners, Kansas City Royals, Oakland Athletics, Cleveland Indians, Trey Lance, Francisco Lindor, Sebastien Bourdais, Ryan Hunter-Reay, IndyCar, Sports Illustrated
NasCardRadio Episode 59: The guys review the Camping World Truck (Sheldon Creed), Xfinity (AJ Allmendinger) and CUP (Ryan Blaney) winners, highest finishing rookies (Hailie Deegan, Josh Berry and Chase Briscoe) and their rookie cards. To honor last week's guest, we review last week's IndyCar race winner (Josef Newgarden). Then the guys talk top rookies in the different series' but limited to cards from 2016-2021 which they are calling 'The Panini Years'. Finally, Logan discuss his results from opening his numerous 2021 Chronicles and his quest to complete some of the 20 card subsets. #thehobby #tradingcards #whodoyoucollect
Josef Newgarden vinner på World Wide Technology Raceway, Will Power har hittat kvalformen, Pato O'Ward är ny mästerskapsledare, Felix Rosenqvists bil vill inte och Anna Andersson vill inte färgas av amerikanska kommentatorer. Vi snackar ner och analyserar allt som hände under säsongens sista ovalrace i St. Louis. Med kommentarer från Felix Rosenqvist och Linus Lundqvist och en intervju med Marcus Ericsson.Presenteras i stolt samarbete med Auto Motor & Sport och Tickoracingshop.com.Support till showen http://supporter.acast.com/indypodden. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week on Trackside, Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin recap Saturday night's IndyCar race at World Wide Technology Raceway outside of St. Louis, including how Josef Newgarden earned his 20th career win. They discuss the championship implications from the Bommarito Automotive Group 500 as Pato O'Ward took the lead in the standings after Alex Palou got caught up in a crash. Kevin and Curt look at Colton Herta's half shaft issues which dashed his hopes of winning, and break down a pair of controversial crashes; one involving Rinus VeeKay, Palou and Scott Dixon and the other between Graham Rahal and Ed Jones. Later in the first hour, they break down the oval debut for Romain Grosjean and whether or not he will be full-time in the NTT IndyCar Series next year. In the second hour, the guys predict what the 2022 schedule will look like and break down the latest Silly Season rumors, including which Indy Lights drivers could make the jump to IndyCar next year. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
No bloco 2 do nosso podcast #60, Gabriel Sawaf, Gustavo Frigotto e João Heim analisam as 24h de Le Mans. Nosso time comenta sobre sobre mais um vitória da Toyota, os resultados de todas as categorias e também as expectativas para o futuro da prova. Também falamos sobre a Indy em Gateway, com a vitória de Josef Newgarden, mais vivo do que nunca na temporada, com a Chip Ganassi ficando para trás, Ouça, comente suas opiniões, críticas, sugestões e não deixe de compartilhar com seus amigos! Agora temos um grupo do WhatsApp. Caso queira participar, mande seu números nas nossas redes sociais que te adicionamos lá! Siga as nossas redes sociais: Twitter - @zonadeultrapass/Instagram @zonadeultrapassagem/YouTube - Zona de Ultrapassagem Apresentadores: @gabrielsawaf/@joaoguilhermesr/@Joaoheim/@gu!stavofrigotto.86
Nesta semana, no Bandeirada 371, falamos de:WEC e as 24 horas de Le Mans vencida pela quarta vez seguida pela Toyota, desta vez com Mike Conway, Kamui Kobayashi e Jose Maria Lopez;WTCR no Hungaroring com vitórias de Gilles Magnus e Santiago Urrutia, novo líder do campeonato;IndyCar em Gateway com a Ganassi em dia de azar, Josef Newgarden em primeiro e Pato O'Ward tomando a liderança do campeonato.E outros destaques, claro!!Deixem seus comentários e opiniões também nas redes sociais, usando a hashtag oficial.
In this episode, we pay tribute to the passing of Carlos Reutemann at the age of 79, we get into an extended edition of the show as Max Verstappen took the first Grand Slam of his career in a dominant Austrian GP, as well as break down the massive amount of penalties from Vettel's block in Quali, to Raikkonen causing a spin on the final lap! We also check in with RJ from Mid-Ohio as IndyCar returned and Josef Newgarden finally got back into the winners circle!
Dale Earnhardt Jr brings two-time Indycar Champion Josef Newgarden to the studio for a conversation that turned out to be one of our favorites of the season. Why? Because the American open-wheeled racer is a dynamic personality in the sport on and off the track. Dale Jr. gets Josef to tell us about his forbidden desire to become a racer and how his first shot at racing came in sanctioned international scooter racing. From starting with scooters, how did a Nashville, Tenn.,-area native take a path through Europe to end up an IndyCar driver? It's a story that doesn't make much sense to some but is certainly intriguing. Newgarden credits his father's influence, belief, and sometimes "hands-off" approach to making him into the racer he is. Oh, plus he played a role in introducing Josef to a Disney princess, who then became his wife. Oh yeah, it's that interesting of a story! He talks about a Team USA racing scholarship that paved the way to success overseas. However, that success was met with challenges and at one point depression admits Newgarden before coming back to the states at the low point of his career. Then the opportunity of a lifetime presented itself and the determined young racer seized it. Fast forward a few years and he's a two-time IndyCar Champion racing for one of the biggest teams in the sport, Penske Racing. Newgarden opens up about the turning points that happened in this incredible journey. Newgarden and Dale Jr. go over the new street circuit in the downtown streets of Nashville and the excitement building up to the Nashville Grand Prix. How will the surface, layout, and the big bridge over the river affect the event? Will a diving team be on hand? The 30-year old driver talks about how one of his favorite drivers, 7-time NASCAR Champion Jimmie Johnson, has transitioned to the IndyCar ranks and what challenges he has faced in the process. That and so much more in this dynamic interview between a stock car racer and IndyCar driver. Aside from Josef's visit, Dale Jr. and co-host Mike Davis get into a good discussion following the viral impact of the discussion about beer and if you count it when keeping track of your calories. Dale also admits to a recent slip-up in using terms he uses with his children. From tee-tee to tinkle, it might make you giggle. Plus we find out if Dale Jr. "really" loves the Dale Jr. Download team. Ask Jr. presented by Xfinity gets the five-ring treatment as fans inquire about Dale Jr.'s opinions on the Olympic games. He also lets us in on his mindset as his only race of 2021 approaches, the Xfinity Series race at Richmond International Speedway in Virginia. What's Dale's rib preference? Does our host like 'em dry or sauced? Get your napkin ready for the answer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ladies, Gents, Enby Friends... The Hondemic is here. A Triple Header weekend where Honda power took EVERYTHING on the table. We had F1's French Grand Prix as Red Bull beat Mercedes at their own game. We had MotoGP in Germany as Marc Marquez took mhis first win in 581 days as he retook his crown as the King of the Ring! And we talk IndyCar too as Alex Palou steals a dub from Josef Newgarden at Road America! Oh and Formula E's mentioned too, as we talk Fanboost and Pascal Wehrlein's controversial penalty!
After celebrating our supposed Independence, Phil and Josh went over the weekend that was in motorsports for Episode 68 of the Grip Strip Podcast. William Clyde Elliott continued his road racing dominance at Road America and Josef Newgarden won on the 50th anniversary of Penske Racing's first IndyCar win (Pocono 1971 with Mark Donahue) at Mid-Ohio after another masterclass. Max Verstappen continued his charge to a first World Driver's Championship with a Grand Slam in the Austrian Grand Prix. The guys break down all the key moments and standouts along with the points leading into the next races, even if it's a month away (for IndyCar). Phil and Josh spent time on the exploits of George Russell and how productive he has been in recent races for a Williams team that hasn't been competitive for many years. Will GR63 get the second Mercedes ride alongside the recently re-signed Lewis Hamilton? The guys discussed SRX and the events at Lucas Oil Raceway in Indianapolis (AKA Indianapolis Raceway Park) which saw seven-time Trans-Am champion Ernie Francis, Jr. get his first win in the series before having to drive up to Road America for an early morning race. For this week's roundup, recaps of W Series and F3 at Austria, WSBK at Donington along with previews of Supercars at Townsville and Formula E in Brooklyn. Discussion of the Atlanta reconfiguration was combined with previewing the Cup/XFinity races along with the Trucks racing at Knoxville for the first time. As always, Josh provides his exploits in iRacing during his Sim Segment before closing.
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. In this episode, we open with thoughts on our ailing friend Robin Miller--my original co-host for the show--and then move onto a variety of topics from the Mid-Ohio race won by Team Penske's Josef Newgarden and close with insights on the post-event test with Tatiana Calderon and A.J. Foyt Racing. Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribe Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast
I look back at a great 4th of July including Josef Newgarden getting his first win of 2021. What you need to know about Fowling, and Joey Chestnuts breaks his own hot dog record! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tony-donohue/support
An IndyCar special episode on the Infamous Dual in Detroit, with a shock winner in Race 1 as... *checks notes* Marcus Ericsson gave us IndyCar's FOURTH new winner in 2021 after the cruelty of Will Power's engine failing to restart on the final sprint. We also had Pato O'Ward come from 6th to 1st with 6 laps to go in Race 2 as Josef Newgarden had to drive over the limit on his tyres in order to survive and just ran out of road in the process. We also talk Jimmie Johnson getting criticism on Social Media, and his place in the series. Kinda hard to ignore it at this point with his constant struggles, combined with his team at Chip Ganassi Racing all winning races at points throughout the season? Is he justified to be there, or does his presence mean more than that in the series?
Tonight on Trackside with Curt Cavin and Kevin Lee, they are joined by Dale Coyne Racing driver Ryan Norman to discuss his emotions heading into his first ever IndyCar race in his home state, details what happened at the end of his 2019 racing season in order to get to this moment, and describes the path he took in order to get to this point in his young driving career. Later in the show, the COO of the Music City Grand Prix in Jason Rittenberry joins Curt Cavin and Kevin Lee to describe the feedback that he has been receiving from the community in Nashville about the event, details everything that will happen leading up to the race, and how Josef Newgarden was test driving at the track earlier in the day. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Road America proved to be a heart break for Josef Newgarden, an amazing show by Max Chilton, Alex Palou showed up and showed off...and despite the shit traffic we still had a great weekend. We're running down the race and wondering if we've been spoiled by great races this year. Let us know after you listen! 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!
After Kyle Busch's colorful description of his car Sunday at Nashville Superspeedway, Phil felt it was a great way to go over this weeks motorsports landscape on the GSP. Phil and Josh go over Max Verstappen getting another victory in the French GP after great teamwork by Red Bull and strategy made up for a rare error by the current points leader. The guys discuss who they believe is in front at the moment and what Mercedes must change for Lewis Hamilton to take the fight to Red Bull in Austria along with the midfield battle. IndyCar at Road America was a Josef Newgarden masterclass...until it wasn't after a late-race caution for Ed Jones. Alex Palou was the beneficiary and regained the points lead in the process while teammate Scott Dixon stayed within striking distance. Phil and Josh go over the good, bad and ugly of a competitive race and weekend at one of America's best race tracks. NASCAR at Nashville continued the trend of Kyle's (Larson and Busch) winning and dominating. Larson won his 4th race of 2021 while Clyde got DQed for loose lugnuts. Issues for multiple drivers regarding brakes and tires came up during the day which were the only things that slowed down the Yung Money train. Busch earned his 100th XFinity win and only has two more races this year till a possible retirement from that series. Ryan Preece earned his first career Truck Series win for DGR to provide greater momentum and data to the young drivers on that team while John Hunter Nemechek struggled. SRX saw Tony Stewart earn his first victory as a driver at Knoxville Raceway after winning 11 Knoxville Nationals as a car owner. Smoke beat Deegan and Ernie Francis, Jr. to solidify his early points lead. The series responded to fan feedback and provided a tight, concise telecast which Faux could learn from. The Roundup was busy with MotoGP/Moto2 talk from Sachsenring and Assen on deck, Supercars at Hidden Valley, DTM at Monza, Indy Lights at Road America, Formula E in Mexico, entry list for the 6 Hours at The Glen, W Series preview with their return at Austria this weekend and a moment or two on BTCC till Phil couldn't get any information handily. Preview's of the F1 Styrian GP and NASCAR at Pocono along with picks came next before Josh's Sim Segment and calling it an evening.
Phil and Josh return for Episode 65 of the GSP to discuss a busy week of motorsports action. IndyCars at Detroit saw Marcus Ericcson and Pato O'Ward go to victory lane and take a dive into the fountain while Felix Rosenqvist suffered a horrendous crash. The guys go over the winners and the issues for Penske which prevented both Will Power and Josef Newgarden from taking a double at The Captain's home race. NASCAR ran at Texas with the All-Star debacle dominated by Larson and Hendrick Motorsports. Kyle Busch wins his 99th XFinity race and John Hunter Nemechek continues his dominance in the Truck Series. SRX debuted with six-time NASCAR Modified Tour Champion Doug Coby missing a tour race to win at Stafford Springs. Phil and Josh discuss the racing and the broadcast presentation by CBS in their return to major motorsports coverage in the US. The Roundup features MotoGP/Moto2, Supercars, Formula E, WEC, IMSA, Indy Lights, BTCC, and WSBK action before the guys preview Paul Ricard for F1, Road America for IndyCar, and NASCAR at Nashville Superspeedway. Josh discusses his exploits in the Firecracker 400 qualifying on iRacing in his Sim Segment before we call it a day.
It's The Week In IndyCar guest show featuring championship leader and Road America winner Alex Palou, using listener-driven comments and questions covering a variety of topics submitted by fans via Twitter, Facebook, and Reddit. Of the many items explored, Palou discusses his passion for IndyCar over F1, his season to date with Chip Ganassi Racing, the last restart where he overtook the stricken car of Josef Newgarden, and all manner of questions about his love of fried chicken. Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribe Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast
IndyCar Road America Winner Alex Palou was in The Freak Nation Sunday night as he drove home from a major win earlier Sunday. Palou's capitalized on problems for Josef Newgarden who was dominating the race. The Palou win moved him into the points lead in IndyCar. Palou found time for a nice decompression chat with The Freaks. Listen...
Will Kyle Larson ever lose again? He's now won a month's straight worth of NASCAR Cup races with no slowdown in sight. Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton put on a show in France. Josef Newgarden for the second weekend in a row gifted a win to another driver. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Charlie and 'The Car Cuz' Josh Stiegman are back to relive all the insanity at IndyCar's doubleheader in Detroit. Cheers to the AMR Safety Team for keeping Felix Rosenqvist safe after a nasty accident on Saturday. As for the final stints of each race? Well, there is plenty to debate and sort out, beginning with Will Power's epic post race interview on Saturday. Plus: Josef Newgarden claims the pole this weekend at Road America. A full preview + predictions of the action on Sunday in Wisconsin is ahead on this episode!
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Heading into the Indianapolis 500, the two-time series champion for Team Penske tells us why he believes the talent level in IndyCar is just as good as Formula One, offers insight into the motives for his offseason workouts and why he felt comfortable moving away from his team's race shop. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tom Griswold, along with Shaun Souers and Chris Spangle, interviews drivers of the 2021 Indianapolis 500 on important topics like who sweats the most in their suit, is the car hotter with the aero screens, what drivers got detention for, and what they do to hype themselves up before a race. It's a fun look inside the lives of IndyCar drivers. Tune in Sunday morning from 7 AM to 11 AM Eastern on Q95 on the iHeart Radio app for our annual Indy 500 broadcast. Drivers with Time Stamps: - Will Power - 00:00:58 - Alexander Rossi - 00:15:43 - Helio Castroneves - 00:24:02 - Ed Carpenter - 00:32:00 - Josef Newgarden - 00:34:36 - Simon Pagenaud - 00:34:36 - Scott Dixon and Tony Kanaan - 00:59:55 - Sage Karam - 01:16:11 - Alex Palou and Scott McLaughlin - 01:20:27 - Ryan Hunter-Reay - 01:26:42 - Jack Harvey - 01:37:20 - JR Hildebrand - 01:44:16 - Max Chilton - 01:57:13 - Marco Andretti - 01:59:46 - Colton Herta and Stefan Wilson - 02:02:33 - James Hinchcliffe - 02:25:25 - Sebastian Bourdais - 02:28:35 - Marcus Ericsson - 02:41:05 Support the show: https://members.bobandtom.com/pcd/document?iid=99001I**GTZ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Charlie connects with Inydcar's electrifying Pato O'Ward who just days before his 22nd birthday captures his first career victory on the series. Backed by a fearless driving style, O'Ward put on a show Sunday evening at the Texas Motor Speedway holding off two-time IndyCar season champion Josef Newgarden down the stretch. Join us for an entertaining post-race conversation with one of the top personalities on the IndyCar series. Plus: the 'Car Cuz' Josh Stiegman is back with a full recap of the doubleheader at Texas.
Plus, Missouri State's longer-than-the-entire-NBA-season football season continues. Key Players: Alabama Football, Ashley Crow, Spinosaurus, "Little Big League", Jimmie Johnson, Tommy Wilson, Davidson College Football, Pete Crow-Armstrong, Alex Palou, "Jack Ryan", Dallas Keuchel, Josef Newgarden, "Caddyshack", "Freaky", Will Power, Danny Noonan, Clemson Football, New Jersey Devils, Don Mattingly, Philadelphia Flyers, "The Simpsons", Scott Dixon, "Fever Pitch", Drew Barrymore, "The Wedding Singer", "Sports Illustrated", Missouri State Football, Aaron Rodgers, The Oscars
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. More than 5000 words of questions came in after Round 1 at Barber Motorsport Park, so in Part 1, we dive into Alex Palou's big win, Pato O'Ward and the strategy calls that made or lost the race, plus Josef Newgarden's giant crash, Sebastien Bourdais' supreme result for the Foyt team, Jimmie Johnson's debut, driving styles and differences, and lots more to process. Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribe Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast
It's The Week In IndyCar guest show featuring Team Penske's two-time champion Josef Newgarden, using listener-driven comments and questions covering a variety of topics submitted by fans via Twitter, Facebook, and Reddit. Of the many topics covered, Newgarden discusses his goals for improvement in search of a third title, then moves onto recommendations for his home race in Nashville, the 2014 Indy 500 'Veins of Milk' promo, Conor Daly's mullet, and his ADMIT1 video series. Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribe Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast
In this episode of the Virtually Limitless Podcast our host Trey Carmichael interviewed Jayson Waller. Jayson Waller is the CEO and spokesperson of POWERHOME SOLAR. Founded in 2014, he has overseen growth that has led POWERHOME SOLAR to employ more than 1,700 people and reach almost 1 billion in annual revenue. POWERHOME SOLAR is ranked number 255 on the 2020 Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in America, marking the third time in four years that the company has made the top 300. Under Waller’s leadership, POWERHOME SOLAR has developed partnerships with the pro football franchises Carolina Panthers, Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, Indianapolis Colts, and Pittsburgh Steelers; the pro baseball franchise Cleveland Indians; and NC State Athletics. Waller is a champion for the community, guiding efforts to assist members of the military through the company’s associations with the Lifetime TV series Military Makeover and Major League Baseball star Justin Verlander’s Wins for Warriors Foundation. Waller has earned several awards and was most notably named a winner of the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year® 2019 Southeast Award. Waller also hosts True Underdog, a Top 5 Entrepreneurship podcast on Apple. His show has featured guests, including Kevin O'Leary of Shark Tank fame, NFL legend Barry Sanders, and IndyCar champion Josef Newgarden. Want to see more of Jayson?
About This Episode: Jayson Waller is the CEO and spokesperson of POWERHOME SOLAR. Founded in 2014, he has overseen growth that has led POWERHOME SOLAR to employ more than 1,700 people and reach almost 1 billion in annual revenue. POWERHOME SOLAR is ranked number 255 on the 2020 Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in America, marking the third time in four years that the company has made the top 300. Under Waller's leadership, POWERHOME SOLAR has developed partnerships with the pro football franchises Carolina Panthers, Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, Indianapolis Colts, and Pittsburgh Steelers; the pro baseball franchise Cleveland Indians; and NC State Athletics. Waller is a champion for the community, guiding efforts to assist members of the military through the company's associations with the Lifetime TV series Military Makeover and Major League Baseball star Justin Verlander's Wins for Warriors Foundation. Waller has earned several awards and was most notably named a winner of the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year® 2019 Southeast Award. Waller also hosts True Underdog, a Top 5 Entrepreneurship podcast on Apple. His show has featured guests, including Kevin O'Leary of Shark Tank fame, NFL legend Barry Sanders, and IndyCar champion Josef Newgarden. Find out more about Jayson at: LinkedIn Twitter Instagram Facebook Power Home Check out our YouTube Channel: Jeremyryanslatebiz Make Extraordinary a reality: jeremyryanslate.com/extraordinary See the Show Notes: jeremyryanslate.com/823 Sponsors:Gusto: This episode is sponsored by Gusto. Run your payroll the easy way, the same way we do at Command Your Brand. You'll get a. $100 Amazon Gift Card just for running your first payroll! http://www.jeremyryanslate.com/gusto Audible: Get a free 30 day free trial and 1 free audiobook from thousands of available books. http://www.jeremyryanslate.com/book
Today on the show we’re talking with professional racecar driver, Josef Newgarden. Josef has won the Indie series twice, he has been racing since he was a kid, and he didn’t finish high school or college!We talk about how nothing can hold you back, including being an introvert. Josef had to step out of his comfort zone, and interact with the team in order to create chemistry, to work together better on race day! Josef also lost his first sponsor he ever had, he thought that was the end of his season, but another company stepped in and believed in what Josef could do. He went on to win the championship that year.Having passion for what you do, becoming obsessed with beating the competition, not letting failures become deterrents, but using them to fuel your passion; that is what Josef brings to the table in today’s interview, and everyday he races.Pushing yourself, believing in yourself, and stepping out of your comfort zone will get you to new heights you didn’t think were possible. Links: Follow True Underdog on IG: www.instagram.com/true_underdogReach out to Jayson directly at email@example.comFollow Jayson on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jayson-waller-/Follow Jayson on Instagram: www.instagram.com/jaysonwallerbamCheck out our website to meet the team, view show notes and transcripts: www.trueunderdog.comApply for a chance to receive a $10,000 business grant: https://trueunderdog.com/underdog-achievers-program/ Mentioned in the Episode: Rick’s Book, The 21 Keys to Success: Ridin’ with Rick: https://www.amazon.com/Success-Kolie-Crutcher-Freeway-Ricky/dp/0981464343Rick’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/freewayricky/?hl=enRick’s Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheRealFreewayRickRoss/Freeway Enterprise Website: https://freewayenterprise.com Timestamps: 1:03 - Josef’s Upbringing3:52 - Excited by the Challenges6:13 - 20% Talent, 80% Passion9:17 - Selling Yourself14:19 - Empowering “No”17:45 - All About the People21:20 - Passion Beyond Anyone Else26:52 - Love the Challenges29:01 - Marrying a Disney Princess34:02 - Becoming a Father35:21 - Jayson Meeting His Wife39:12 - Josef’s YouTube Channel
Charlie is joined by IndyCar's 2020 Season Champion Scott Dixon, who capped off a dominating year with a third place finish at St. Petersburg to clinch his sixth title on the circuit. Dixon is now in reach of America's all-time open wheel racing record holder A.J. Foyt, and his incredible mark of seven season championships. The 'Ice Man' discusses his respect for 2020 runner-up Josef Newgarden, the bizarre twists and turns of the shortened season, and his drive to keep winning at the highest level well into his 40s. Plus: The 'Car Cuz' Josh pops in to breakdown the 2020 IndyCar drama, team by team, as we look ahead to an exciting 2021 for IndyCar, NASCAR and Formula 1.
Tonight on Trackside with Curt Cavin and Kevin Lee, they recap the Indy Car Series Finale at St. Pete over the weekend. Scott Dixon won his 6th Indy Car Championship and Josef Newgarden picked up the win. They talk about Scott Dixon and his future with new teammate Jimmie Johnson in 2021. They also get into the extremely bad day for Andretti Autosport at St. Pete. Kevin and Curt also talk about Team USA's efforts overseas this past weekend including Jackson Lee who finished 10th. They talk about testing this week at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and what piece of equipment they are going to test. In the second hour, Kevin and Curt discuss the latest Silly Season news and what they think the rides in 2021 will look like. They also talk about the Indy Lights 2021 schedule and the surprising news that the Freedom 100 at IMS is not a part of the schedule. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
New six-time NTT IndyCar Series champion Scott Dixon calls in to discuss his incredible achievement, the hardships that were overcome late in the season with the No. 9 Chip Ganassi Racing Honda program, the team behind him, and the respect--and rivalry--he and 2019 champion Josef Newgarden have developed in recent years. Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribe Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast
Tonight on Trackside with Curt Cavin and Kevin Lee, Race Promoter Kevin Savoree joins the show to talk about the preparation and what work is going in to get the Streets of St. Petersburg ready for this weekends season finale. He also talks about the process of rescheduling the race from the Season Opener to the Season Finale and also how it helps to host the next two races in a row with March 2021 not far away. Indy Car Driver Pato O'Ward joins the show to talk about his season and what it has been like to have Fernando Alonso and Helio Castroneves as teammates for the Indianapolis 500 and Harvest Grand Prix races this season. They discuss the Championship Scenarios for Josef Newgarden and Scott Dixon as they preview the 2020 Season Finale at St. Pete this weekend. Kevin and Curt also talk about what else is at stake this weekend outside of the Championship Battle in the Season Finale including the debut of Scott McLaughlin for Team Penske. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tonight on Trackside with Curt Cavin and Kevin Lee, they recap the Indy Car Harvest Grand Prix Doubleheader at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway from the weekend won by Josef Newgarden and Will Power. Josef Newgarden cuts into Scott Dixon's Points lead going into the Season Finale at St. Pete at the end of the month. Kevin and Curt start to get into the Championship scenarios and who needs to finish where to win the Indy Car Championship. Also discussed on the show tonight, the schedule news as the 2021 Indy Car and NASCAR Cup schedules were released including the NASCAR race at IMS moving to the road course for the first time. Kevin and Curt discuss your twitter questions as well as the latest 2021 Silly Season news and which drivers may be on the move this offseason. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.