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NASCAR Dosage
Palou Delivers but Power Reigns Supreme

NASCAR Dosage

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 39:50


Although much of the rambling nonsense was put on display this week. We still talked about some motorsports. Indycar was put on full display as the American open wheel series had it's season finale this weekend with Will Power claiming his second title of the Australian's career in Indycar. Newgarden placed second in the race and points after starting at the back of the field this past weekend in the foothills of the California countryside. Alex Palou captured the race win cementing him fifth place over teammate Marcus Ericsson. Nascar had a duel that wasn't touched on quite enough by the boys. Bubba Wallace becomes the winningest African American driver in Nascar's premiere division with his win at Kansas that was undisputedly a great win and well deserved. No one can take that away from him or the 45 crew. The win for the 45 also marked the first time since 2002 where a car number won multiple races with different drivers. This also is the first time since 1972 where the same number won at the same track with different drivers. Monza was, maybe not as thrilling up front with Verstappen winning under SC as the Mclaren of Ricciardo had dirvetrain problems. Vettel also had a less than stellar result in his final Monza race in F1 that happened with a DNF even earlier in the race. Shoutout to the young Dutchman in Nyck De Vries to bring a Williams home in P9 for Alex Albon as Albon had to miss this weekend due to health reasons. For all things motorsports be sure to follow @onthechip_official on Instagram! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nascardosage/message

Pit Lane Parley
Who Will Power Themselves to the 2022 INDYCAR Title?

Pit Lane Parley

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 30:26


The 2022 INDYCAR season and the battle for the Astor Cup, all come down to one final weekend. For the 17th straight year, it comes down to the final race. Will Power, Josef Newgarden, Scott McLaughlin, Scott Dixon, and Marcus Ericsson are all still eligible. Laguna Seca and its epic corkscrew turn (ever heard of "the pass" ? ) are on the line. Also 2 indy lights races will see (likely) Linus Lundqivst and our friends at HMD Motorsports win their first Indy Lights championship! What word would you use to describe the 2022 season?

Racing World - presented by Race Control Magazine.
Driver moves, IndyCar Portland and the Grand final and farewell Puke - Racing World show 24 for 2022

Racing World - presented by Race Control Magazine.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 22:21


Racing World returns for another week. First up its the latest in driver moves and driver contracts in not only F1 but IndyCar as both are effecting each other currently and then there are the ones that have resigned so yet again this week there is a lot going on. We look back at Portland and the IndyCar event and the clean sweep by kiwi McLaughlin and talk with Scott McLaughlin, Will Power and Scott Dixon. Then look ahead to the IndyCar Grand Final this weekend at Laguna Seca and we catch up with Marcus Ericsson who is still in with a shot on the title plus here from two great Mike Hull from Chip Ganassi Racing and Tim Cindric from Team Penske. Plus its the final ever SuperCar event at Pukekohe as we start the wind down of this iconic track. Its Racing World coming at you for another week.

Técnica Fórmula 1 · Podcast de F1
Episodio 579 · El análisis del Rally de Ypres y la Indy en Bommarito

Técnica Fórmula 1 · Podcast de F1

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 81:57


Si en el anterior episodio los chicos del Podcast Técnica Fórmula 1 nos preparaban para el Gran Premio de Bélgica, que da fin a las vacaciones de verano, en este segundo episodio de la semana hacen un buen repaso y análisis de las dos competiciones activas de las que pudimos disfrutar el pasado fin de semana. Tänak se lleva el Rally de Ypres. En Ypres, Bélgica, pudimos ver cómo Rovanperä cometía el primer gran error de su temporada. Un vuelco el viernes le dejó fuera de la lucha por la victoria en la prueba y, por ende, de llevarse ya el Campeonato. Aún así, acabó por llevarse el Power Stage y con él 5 puntos más. Así, el piloto finés lleva 6 Power Stages y 2 segundos puestos en un total de 9 Rallys (no puntuó en el Power Stage de Kenia). Por su parte, Tänak no perdonó y se llevó la segunda victoria consecutiva de la temporada. Parece, como decíamos tras las anteriores pruebas en Estonia y Finlandia, que Tänak vuelver a ser Tänak, algo que nos agrada y da muchísima más vistosidad a las pruebas. Y, como no podía ser de otra forma, tenemos que nombrar también a Neuville, que perdonó cuando no debía. Tras el fallo de Rovanperä tenía muchas, muchísimas posibilidades de llevarse el Rally, pues tenía mucha ventaja sobre su compañero, pero al final también él cometió un error que le dejó en 7ª posición en su prueba de casa. Finalmente, el Rally de Ypres se lo llevó Tänak, al que acompañaron Evans y Lappi (de Toyota) en el podio. Tras ellos, Solberg, Katsuta, Greensmith, Neuville, Rovanperä y Breen. En cuanto a los tramos, Neuville se llevó 8, Evans, 5, Tänak,4 y Rovanperä, 3. El Mundial de Rallys, entonces, sigue liderado por Rovanperä, seguido de Tänak, Evans, Neuville, Katsuta, Breen, Lappi, Loeb, Ogier y Sordo. Bommarito, interrumpida por la lluvia y final bajo los focos. En la Indy, también el pasado fin de semana, tuvimos una carrera muy bonita y espectacular. Tuvo una interrupción por la lluvia y una posterior reanudación bajo los focos. Este punto, el hecho de que una carrera pueda terminar bajo los focos, a pesar de que haya caído la noche, es uno en el que esta competición está muy, muy por delante de la F1. En cuanto a la carrera, la victoria se la llevó Newgarden, seguido por el novato Malukas. Palou, que salía en muy buena posición - como todos los aspirantes al título en esta carrera - no tuvo ritmo y acabó 9º. La carrera, como decimos, terminó con victoria de Newgarden, con segundo puesto de Malukas y tercero de McLaughlin. Pato O’Ward fue 4º y Takuma Sato, 5º, seguido de Will Power, Marcus Ericsson, Scott Dixon, Alex Palou y Graham Rahal, en 10ª posición. Así las cosas, y a falta de dos carreras para que concluya el Campeonato, Will Power está líder del Campeonato (482 puntos), seguido por Josef Newgarden (479), Scott Dixon (468), Marcus Ericsson (465), Alex Palou (439), Scott McLaughlin (428) y Pato O’Ward (424). La próxima carrera, el 4 de septiembre, en Portland. Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

Pit Pass Indy
Bommarito Automotive Group 500 Wrap-up featuring winner Josef Newgarden and second-place David Malukas. Also, Christian Lundgaard and Marcus Ericsson

Pit Pass Indy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 45:17


PIT PASS INDY PRESENTED BY THE BOMMARITO AUTOMOTIVE GROUP 500 AT WORLD WIDE TECHNOLOGY RACEWAY – SEASON 2, EPISODE 34- Bommarito Automotive Group 500 Wrap-up featuring winner Josef Newgarden and second-place David Malukas. Also, Christian Lundgaard and Marcus Ericsson August 23, 2022 It's another action-packed episode of Pit Pass Indy Presented by the Bommarito Automotive Group 500 at World Wide Technology Raceway. The 2022 Bommarito Automotive Group 500 at World Wide Technology Raceway is over and what a weekend it was in greater St. Louis area. Show host Bruce Martin has the full wrap-up from the August 20 race including exclusive interviews with the race winner Josef Newgarden as well as an exclusive interview with Marcus Ericsson of Chip Ganassi Racing. We also hear from second-place finisher David Malukas of Dale Coyne Racing after he finished second in the Bommarito Automotive Group 500, and fellow rookie driver Christian Lundgaard of Denmark, who signed a contract extension with Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing last week. Bruce Martin and Pit Pass Indy Presented by the Bommarito Automotive Group 500 at World Wide Technology Raceway have all the storylines covered in this week's episode. Make plans now to be part of the action by visiting www.wwtraceway.com and https://www.bommarito.com For more INDYCAR coverage, follow Bruce Martin at Twitter at @BruceMartin_500 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Teardown
12 Questions with Marcus Ericsson (2022)

The Teardown

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 16:38


The most recent Indianapolis 500 winner and former F1 driver joins the podcast for the first time to give his spin on this year's questions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Motorsport101
Episode #387: 2022 IndyCar Nashville GP Report

Motorsport101

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 53:33


IndyCar finished its gauntlet run of back-to-back rounds with #BRIDGEWEEK! As the paddock returned to Music City, Nashville... for another shitshow. A three hour long-race, a 90-minute rain delay, a red flag and EIGHT cautions, three men off the lead lap before the first round of stops, and in the end.. Scott Dixon wins. And not just any old win, his 53rd in IndyCar competition. A milestone to make him 2nd on the all-time winners list behind the great AJ Foyt. We discuss his title credentials with just three rounds left to go, with what we think may still be five men in the fight. But we know what you're truly here for. The Twitter beef between Romain Grosjean and... well, everyone else, after Josef Newgarden put him in the wall and went on a tirade at fans and Grosjean on social media, with Marcus Ericsson and others jumping in the pile. Was this Josef losing his rag? Heat of the moment? Or something more sinister with IndyCar's attitude with F1 drivers coming over? And finally, we talk about Nashville itself, a messy affair with several divebombs causing wrecks, nearly half the race under yellow, and talk of genuinely terrible facilities to accommodate the media. Can this round survive valid criticism and two messy races that have had 17 cautions so far? All that in another Motorsport101!

Grip Strip Podcast
Grip Strip Podcast Episode 128 - Winning Never Gets Old

Grip Strip Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 129:47


Phil and Josh are back for E128 of the GSP to discuss veterans getting back to victory lane.  Kevin Harvick broke a 65-race winless streak with a timely victory at Michigan International Speedway, giving the Cup Series 15 winners so far with three races to go in the regular season.  The guys go over the race, Bubba Wallace's continued upswing (with his first pole), and other concerns for the likes of Ryan Blaney and Martin Truex, Jr. who are now in peril to make the playoffs while running 2nd and 4th in season-long points.  On the XFinity side, Ty Gibbs continues to show his skills with his fifth victory of 2022 and fighting off the JRM brigade in the process.  For the drivers contending for the playoffs, all seemed to do well leading into the last off week of the 2022 season.  In Nashville, The Iceman Scott Dixon broke his tie with Mario Andretti earning his 53rd IndyCar win.  In the process, Dixon also cut his points deficit to series leader Will Power down to six points with three races to go.  While the rookies had their moments along with plenty of veterans, frustration reigned supreme for Power, Marcus Ericsson, Josef Newgarden and many others who were affected in a carnage-filled race. For a condensed GSP Roundup, Phil covers the IMSA race at Road America, MotoGP/Moto2 at Silverstone, Formula E's season finale with a doubleheader in Seoul and NHRA at Topeka before the guys preview Cup and Trucks at Richmond International Raceway along with picks.  Phil and Josh go over football with the NFL preseason starting and Josh brings back the Sim Segment after a week away.

Pit Pass Indy
Scott Dixon scores win No. 53, plus Marcus Ericsson, Helio Castroneves, Jimmie Johnson and Josef Newgarden

Pit Pass Indy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 38:36


 PIT PASS INDY PRESENTED BY THE BOMMARITO AUTOMOTIVE GROUP 500 AT WORLD WIDE TECHNOLOGY RACEWAY – SEASON 2, EPISODE 32– Scott Dixon scores win No. 53, plus Marcus Ericsson, Helio Castroneves, Jimmie Johnson and Josef Newgarden August 9, 2022 It's another action-packed episode of Pit Pass Indy Presented by the Bommarito Automotive Group 500 at World Wide Technology Raceway. Show host Bruce Martin has the latest on all the action with exclusive interviews with Scott Dixon following his big win in the August 7 Big Machine Music City Grand Prix. Martin also has exclusive interviews with Marcus Ericsson, Helio Castroneves and was part of a group interview with Jimmie Johnson. The show wraps up with three-time Bommarito Automotive Group 500 winner Josef Newgarden of Team Penske, as he looks to score his fourth victory in that contest on August 20. Bruce Martin and Pit Pass Indy Presented by the Bommarito Automotive Group 500 at World Wide Technology Raceway have all the storylines covered in this week's episode.  Make plans now to be part of the action by visiting www.wwtraceway.com and https://www.bommarito.com For more INDYCAR coverage, follow Bruce Martin at Twitter at @BruceMartin_500 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Speed Street
40 - No Room For Error: Marcus Ericsson Interview & Nashville Heat

Speed Street

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 63:09


The weather wasn't the only thing that was hot in this past weekend's Music City Grand Prix in Nashville and Conor Daly and Joey Mulinaro are back for another episode of Speed Street to break it down. Conor talks about his race dealing with aggressive driving throughout the field and battling the sweltering weather, the duo is joined by the driver of the No. 8 car for Chip Ganassi Racing, Marcus Ericsson, to discuss how his race went, how life has been since winning the Indianapolis 500, the series' quality of racing this season, and how IndyCar needs to reach new fans. 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

The Race IndyCar Podcast
Why Rossi's Indy Road Course win leaves a sense of what might have been

The Race IndyCar Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 64:28


This week's pod looks back on an exciting weekend at Indianapolis which saw Alexander Rossi finally ended his win draught and mixed fortunes for this year's title contenders. Hosts Jack Benyon and JR Hildebrand discuss how Rossi and his Andretti Autosport team were finally able to pull together a whole weekend without bad luck or mistakes to deliver a popular win. They also outline why the victory leaves a nagging sense of what might have been for Rossi, based on the potential he's shown over the past two years but not always been able to deliver. The duo also discuss the fortunes of Will Power and Marcus Ericsson, with the championship rivals both going from back to front in what was an unusual weekend in the context of the title battle. There's also chat on the impressive performances of several rookies, including 2022's first rookie podium finisher Christian Lundgaard. And finally, recorded before Alpine and Oscar Piastri stole their thunder, JR and Jack give the latest on the Alex Palou/Ganassi/McLaren situation. Follow The Race on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook Check out our latest videos on YouTube For IndyCar news, analysis and must-read features visit the-race.com

Pit Pass Indy
Alex Palou's contract update and interviews with Alex Palou, Alexander Rossi, Marcus Ericsson, Rinus VeeKay, Pato O'Ward and Will Power

Pit Pass Indy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 56:39


PIT PASS INDY PRESENTED BY THE BOMMARITO AUTOMOTIVE GROUP 500 AT WORLD WIDE TECHNOLOGY RACEWAY – SEASON 2, EPISODE 31 Alex Palou, Alexander Rossi, Marcus Ericsson, Rinus VeeKay, Pato O'Ward and Will Power August 2, 2022 It's another action-packed episode of Pit Pass Indy Presented by the Bommarito Automotive Group 500 at World Wide Technology Raceway. Show host Bruce Martin has the latest on Alex Palou's contract controversy as Chip Ganassi Racing is taking its driver to court. Also, Martin has exclusive interviews with Gallagher Grand Prix winner Alexander Rossi of Andretti Autosport, 2022 Indy 500 winner Marcus Ericsson of Chip Ganassi Racing, Rinus VeeKay of Ed Carpenter Racing and Pato O'Ward of Arrow McLaren SP. In our Bommarito Automotive Group 500 at World Wide Technology Raceway spotlight, Team Penske driver and current NTT IndyCar Series points leader gives our listeners a lap around the World Wide Technology Raceway as he explains the key shifting points on the 1.25-mile oval. Bruce Martin and Pit Pass Indy Presented by the Bommarito Automotive Group 500 at World Wide Technology Raceway have all the storylines covered in this week's episode. Make plans now to be part of the action by visiting www.wwtraceway.com and https://www.bommarito.com For more INDYCAR coverage, follow Bruce Martin at Twitter at @BruceMartin_500 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

3HL
Marcus Ericsson on 3HL - I don't remember much about that night

3HL

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 13:56


Marcus Ericsson join 3HL to talk about what his victory lap looked like last time he was in Nashville, how a Swedish kid got into racing, and more.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Motorsport101
Episode #383: 2022 IndyCar GP's Of Iowa Report

Motorsport101

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 52:42


GLORY to corn! Welcome back to Iowa where IndyCar decided to get corny with a pair of races brought to you by Hyvee, who pumped a whole load of money into the place! We nicknamed this weekend "The Ballad of Josef Newgarden" because it all revolved around him. In Race 1, he led 208 out of 250 laps, stretching out a 60 lap final stint into an 80 lap stint fueling saving, and crushing the field. He was set to do the same in Race 2, leading over half the laps on the table but then his rear right damper broke and sent him hurtling into the wall. Just when Josef was back in title contention, that crash sent him hurtling back down the table. Not only that, he collapsed outside his trailer in the Iowa sun after the wreck and had to be airlifted to hospital to make sure he was alright. Thankfully he'd be fine, but we talked all about the incredible 36 hours the title contender faced. Speaking of title contenders, those two races gave us a pretty clear "Championship Six" between Marcus Ericsson, Will Power, Pato O'Ward, Scott Dixon, Josef Newgarden and Alex Palou, all within a race on points. We discuss the situation and who we think has the best chance heading down the stretch with five races left. And finally, holy shit, Alex Palou got SUED by his own team boss, at Chip Ganassi Racing. It's been another turbulent week for the Spanish ace, questions about his immediate future, his medium-term future as Chip considers parking him for the 2023 season, and McLaren distancing themselves from a potential buyout. What next in the biggest silly season story of them all? All that on Motorsport101!

Trackside Podcast
Kevin and Curt discuss Callum Illot signing with Juncos Hollinger Racing, Alex Palou updates, NBC Sports' Nate Ryan joins the show

Trackside Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 51:54


Tonight on Trackside, Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin open the show with Josef Newgarden being cleared for racing this weekend at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Then, they get right to our News of the Day, brought to you by the Indianapolis Speedrome and Circle City Raceway, that Callum Ilott signed a long-term contract with Juncos Hollinger Racing.  Kevin bounces around Prime 47 at a domestic violence fundraiser packed with drivers racing this weekend speaking to Sheldon Creed who will drive a midget car next weeknd. Then, Indy 500 winner Marcus Ericsson casually stops by to talk about what's going on at IMS and the road course characteristics. Kevin and Curt talk about August 1 being the time that Rinus VeeKay can negotiate with teams and if he's in the best situation already.  Then, Nate Ryan from NBC Sports joins Curt for a conversation about the unprecedented situation that Alex Palou finds himself in with Chip Ganassi Racing. Nate and Curt talk about the role Formula 1 is playing in the whole situation. Then, they discuss drama on the NASCAR side and the disqualifications that happened last weekend, why Ty Gibbs is such a big story and how he might end up in a Joe Gibbs Racing seat. They finish the conversation looking at favorites this weekend in the Cup series and Will Power. Kevin wraps up the show from Prime 47 with Dr. Chernoff raising awareness for the Survivors of Violence Foundation. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Race IndyCar Podcast
The latest on Newgarden after his big Iowa crash + Palou sued by Ganassi

The Race IndyCar Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 78:25


Josef Newgarden's rollercoaster win and crash, Alex Palou being sued by Ganassi and who is the best racer in the IndyCar Series? These are all topics investigated by The Race IndyCar Podcast this week. After a double-header weekend in Iowa, co-host JR Hildebrand outlines the procedure drivers have to go through to return to action after race one winner Newgarden crashed out heavily from the second race. JR and co-host Jack Benyon also bring listeners up to date on the factors determining whether Newgarden will be fit to race in Indianapolis this weekend - and what Penske will do if he can't. As the Alex Palou saga rumbles on, Benyon delivers the breaking news that the Spaniard is being sued by his current team Chip Ganassi Racing, before he and JR discuss what might happen next, including who could drive the number 10 car in 2023. Palou's Ganassi team-mates are also discussed after Jimmie Johnson delivered one of his best and most exciting IndyCar weekends yet and Will Power declared Marcus Ericsson 'the best racer' in the IndyCar series. And finally, the hosting duo discuss mid-western supermarket chain Hy-Vee's enormous impact on the Iowa Speedway, with the race track hosting concerts from Gwen Stefani, Blake Shelton and others alongside the racing action. Follow The Race on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook Check out our latest videos on YouTube For IndyCar news, analysis and must-read features visit the-race.com

Beyond the Bricks Podcast
Jake and Mike return for Brickyard Week, discuss bygone Speedway establishments

Beyond the Bricks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 42:48


Beyond the Bricks is back, and Jake Query and Mike Thomsen look back on the 2022 Indy 500 and how Marcus Ericsson and Pato O'Ward have quickly acclimated to oval racing. They give kudos to Hy-Vee and IndyCar for the highly successful Iowa doubleheader weekend. With Union Jack in Speedway closing, Jake and Mike talk about some of the Speedway bars and restaurants from yesteryear, and we hear stories about the establishments from IMS historian emeritus Donald Davidson. Later, they pay tribute to former Indy 500 driver Eldon Rasmussen, who passed away in June. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Grip Strip Podcast
Grip Strip Podcast Episode 125 - Big Moves and Attitudes

Grip Strip Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 117:00


Phil and Josh return to discuss IndyCar, F1 and many other series on E125 (or 124.5, depending on who you ask) of the GSP.  The guys discuss the news of NASCAR Cup and an IMSA series racing on the streets of Chicago and what it means for NASCAR in general.  After that, Phil and Josh cover Alex Palou being employed by two teams in IndyCar - Chip Ganassi Racing and McLaren Racing.  What does this mean for AMSP, CGR and the possibility of it leading to an F1 ride?  Who would replace Palou at Ganassi?  Speaking of Ganassi, his greatest driver ever is Scott Dixon and "The Iceman" added to his legacy by tying Mario Andretti with 52 wins after his triumph at Toronto.  The guys go over Dixon's performance that brings him back into the title picture while pole-sitter Colton Herta dealt with balaclava issues but still finished second.  Marcus Ericsson and fellow countryman Felix Rosenqvist had solid weekends on the streets of Toronto.  Graham Rahal had his best run of 2022 as RLL Racing leads into a big weekend at Iowa Speedway. In the GSP Roundup, Phil goes over SRX at I-55 Speedway where Tony Stewart won another race on dirt and leads into the season finale at Sharon Speedway, WSBK at Donington, IMSA GT at Lime Rock, NHRA at Denver, Formula E in Brooklyn, and previews of F2 & W Series at Paul Ricard.  Phil and Josh preview the French Grand Prix F1 race along with the doubleheader at Iowa Speedway for IndyCar before Josh's Sim Segment and Show close.

The Race IndyCar Podcast
McLaren and Ganassi fight for Palou + Our Top 10 drivers of the year so far

The Race IndyCar Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 111:16


This week's episode of The Race IndyCar Podcast is a busy one, with our annual episode ranking the top 10 drivers of the season so far, an interview with Marcus Ericsson, plus the latest on the Alex Palou saga. Both Palou's current team Chip Ganassi Racing and McLaren have laid claim to the Spaniard for 2023, with Ganassi announcing a contract extension this week shortly before McLaren and Palou countered suggesting he would be moving there at the end of the season.  Hosts Jack Benyon and JR Hildebrand explain the complexity of the situation and what could happen next before they dig into their top 10 drover of the year at the halfway point of the season. Listen in to see if you agree with where the hosts have placed this year's drivers - and who walks away with the coveted number one spot. Palou's current Ganassi team-mate Marcus Ericsson wasn't happy when he missed out on the rankings last season, but the points leader and Indy 500 winner is very much included this time as he joins the pod to talk about his year and the aftermath of his Brickyard win. He says - perhaps in jest - that missing out on last year's The Race IndyCar Podcast top 10 in the first half of the season provided the motivation to become the highest points scorer in the series since, and that he'll have to find new motivation for the remainder of the season... READ MORE: Jack's article on Scott McLaughlin Follow The Race on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook Check out our latest videos on YouTube For IndyCar news, analysis and must-read features visit the-race.com

Pit Pass Indy
INDYCAR Goes North of the Border & BREAKING NEWS!

Pit Pass Indy

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 72:57


PIT PASS INDY PRESENTED BY THE BOMMARITO AUTOMOTIVE GROUP 500 AT WORLD WIDE TECHNOLOGY RACEWAY – SEASON 2, EPISODE 28 – Featuring drivers Scott McLaughlin, Marcus Ericsson, Alex Palou, Helio Castroneves, Simon Pagenaud and WWTR Exec. VP & GM Chris Blair For the first time since 2019, the NTT INDYCAR SERIES heads to Canada for the Honda Indy Toronto on the streets of Toronto's Exhibition Place. The race was halted in 2020 and 2021 because of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Bruce Martin and Pit Pass Indy Presented by the Bommarito Automotive Group 500 at World Wide Technology Raceway deliver another all-star lineup of guests. First up is two-time race winner in 2022, Scott McLaughlin of Team Penske. This year's Indianapolis 500 winner and current points leader Marcus Ericsson is next with additional interviews from defending champion Alex Palou, four-time Indy 500 winner Helio Castroneves, 2019 Indy 500 winner Simon Pagenaud and World Wide Technology Raceway Executive Vice President and General Manager Chris Blair, who reveals the weekend schedule for the Bommarito Automotive Group 500 at WWTR on August 19 and 20. Bruce Martin and Pit Pass Indy Presented by the Bommarito Automotive Group 500 at World Wide Technology Raceway have all the storylines covered in this week's episode. Make plans now to be part of the action by visiting www.wwtraceway.com and https://www.bommarito.com  For more INDYCAR coverage, follow Bruce Martin at Twitter at @BruceMartin_500 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The IndyCar Show
2022 Indy 500 winner Marcus Ericsson joins us | The IndyCar Show

The IndyCar Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 14:52


The IndyCar Show welcomes 2022 Indy 500 winner Marcus Ericsson this week. He and Tony D. take a look back at his Indianapolis 500 win and what the following hours after the checkered flag were like. During the discussion, Ericsson gives his thoughts on the late red flag and holding the lead for the final restart. The two look ahead to the remainder of the season and what it will take for Ericsson to win the 2022 championship.

This Is Purdue
Purdue's Angela Ashmore Makes History as First Woman IndyCar Crew Member to Win Indy 500

This Is Purdue

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 64:06


What's it like to be a part of a winning Indianapolis 500 team? And even more, what's it like to be the first woman IndyCar crew member to win this iconic race? In this episode of “This Is Purdue,” we're getting an update from Purdue mechanical engineering alumna and IndyCar engineer Angela Ashmore. On May 29, 2022, Marcus Ericsson won the most famous race in motorsports in Chip Ganassi Racing's No. 8 Huski Chocolate Honda, and Angela was a big piece of that winning strategy! Listen in as she describes her experience in Victory Lane, the Boilermaker support she encountered before and after the big race and how it feels to make history as the first woman IndyCar crew member to win the Indy 500. Plus, in case you missed it, you can hear our original interview with Angela as she discussed her Purdue journey and what she hoped her next giant leap would be. (Spoiler alert: That giant leap was achieved!)

Trackside Podcast
Kevin and Sam break down the first half of the IndyCar season, talk to Nolan Siegel and Dakota Dickerson

Trackside Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 85:47


Tonight on Trackside, Kevin Lee is joined by producer Sam Rumpza to assess the IndyCar season at the halfway point. They take stock of which teams have been impressive, and which still have work to do, including a stellar first half from Marcus Ericsson and a disappointing run from Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing.  They look back at A.J. Foyt's final IndyCar win, which came 41 years ago Tuesday in a unique race at Pocono. Kevin discusses Jimmie Johnson's comments on his IndyCar future, and whether he'll be back full-time next year. Also, a mention of a possible NASCAR street race at Chicago, and whether IndyCar could be involved. Our News of the Day, brought to you by the Indianapolis Speedrome and Circle City Raceway is the results from IndyCar's test at Iowa.  Later, Kevin and Curt take listener questions, including about Helio Castroneves' win in the SRX Series at Pensacola, Florida over the weekend. LMP3 drivers Nolan Siegal and Dakota Dickerson join the show ahead of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship 6 Hours of Watkins Glen. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Técnica Fórmula 1 · Podcast de F1
Episodio 551privado: Road America y Le Mans

Técnica Fórmula 1 · Podcast de F1

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 45:38


En este tercer episodio de la semana, especial para fans, los chicos del Podcast Técnica Fórmula 1 van a analizar dos competiciones que se celebraron el fin de semana pasado, y que vinieron a añadir algo de emoción al Gran Premio de Azerbaijan, que no tuvo mucha que digamos. La Indy, lo mejor del fin de semana. Haciendo balance, la verdad es que lo mejor del fin de semana fue la carrera de la Indy en Road America. Un circuito precioso que nos dejó una prueba trepidante, llena de adelantamientos, estrategias, accidentes, cambios de guión,… Puede ser una categoría americana, pero la verdad es que si hay posibilidades, merece mucho la pena seguirla, pues es puro espectáculo. La carrera la ganó Josef Newgarden, seguido por Marcus Ericsson y Alexander Rossi, lo que deja la clasificación general liderada por Ericsson (293 puntos), seguido de Will Power (266), Josef Newgarden (261), Pato O’Ward (248) y Alex Palou (246). Como vemos, más que reñida e interesante prueba tras prueba. Pero ¿cómo llegamos a ese resultado? Pues uno de los momentos clave, que dejó a Palou fuera de juego y con 10 vueltas perdidas, fue cuando su compañero de equipo, Marcus Ericsson, le golpeó y lo sacó de la pista… pero con la suspensión delantera rota. Como el propio Palou comentó, Ericsson quería ganar la carrera en la tercera vuelta, y arruinó la suya. Otro de los pilotos que está siempre en las quinielas - lo cual nos encanta, pues también es hispanohablante - Pato O’Ward, tuvo un problema en su Arrow McLaren, a pocas vueltas del final, que le obligó a abandonar. Por cierto, que se está escuchando mucho últimamente la posibilidad de que Palou recale en el equipo Arrow McLaren… lo creeremos cuando lo veamos. Por otra parte, de nuevo, vimos una persecución increíble por parte de Rossi, a pocas vueltas del final, que le valió la tercera posición. Y es que Newgarden estuvo incontestable en su lucha por la victoria en Wisconsin. Por último, no podemos dejar de comentar los errores del novato De Francesco y la respuesta de Will Power (a quien había golpeado al inicio de la carrera): una vez la prueba había terminado se colocó en paralelo con De Francesco y le devolvió el golpe. Situaciones naturales en esa competición, declaraciones claras de los pilotos cuando alguien lo hace rematadamente mal, que aquí en Europa, en la F1, donde todo está medido y no se pueden salir del guión, nunca se oirían de boca de un piloto. Le Mans, preciosa, pero poco emocionante. Como siempre, las 24 Horas de Le Mans son un espectáculo. Es una prueba preciosa, pero hay que reconocerlo, el WEC está en sus horas más bajas. Es cierto que se está reconstruyendo y que “lo grande” llegará el año que viene, que lo están peleando con uñas y dientes, pero, por ahora, nos deja carreras sin un rival por la victoria en la categoría reina - aunque no así en las restantes, por supuesto. Lo más destacable de esta carrera, aparte de la victoria, que siempre interesa, del coche número 8 de Toyota, fueron los problemas de Alpine, al principio de la prueba, y los de Corvete, por fallo técnico el coche de Antonio García (el 63), y por accidente en las últimas horas, del número 64, cuando luchaba por la victoria en la categoría GTE Pro. Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

Técnica Fórmula 1 · Podcast de F1
Episodio 551 · Especial el Tercer podcast: Road America y Le Mans - Episodio exclusivo para mecenas

Técnica Fórmula 1 · Podcast de F1

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 45:38


Agradece a este podcast tantas horas de entretenimiento y disfruta de episodios exclusivos como éste. ¡Apóyale en iVoox! En este tercer episodio de la semana, especial para fans, los chicos del Podcast Técnica Fórmula 1 van a analizar dos competiciones que se celebraron el fin de semana pasado, y que vinieron a añadir algo de emoción al Gran Premio de Azerbaijan, que no tuvo mucha que digamos. La Indy, lo mejor del fin de semana. Haciendo balance, la verdad es que lo mejor del fin de semana fue la carrera de la Indy en Road America. Un circuito precioso que nos dejó una prueba trepidante, llena de adelantamientos, estrategias, accidentes, cambios de guión,… Puede ser una categoría americana, pero la verdad es que si hay posibilidades, merece mucho la pena seguirla, pues es puro espectáculo. La carrera la ganó Josef Newgarden, seguido por Marcus Ericsson y Alexander Rossi, lo que deja la clasificación general liderada por Ericsson (293 puntos), seguido de Will Power (266), Josef Newgarden (261), Pato O’Ward (248) y Alex Palou (246). Como vemos, más que reñida e interesante prueba tras prueba. Pero ¿cómo llegamos a ese resultado? Pues uno de los momentos clave, que dejó a Palou fuera de juego y con 10 vueltas perdidas, fue cuando su compañero de equipo, Marcus Ericsson, le golpeó y lo sacó de la pista… pero con la suspensión delantera rota. Como el propio Palou comentó, Ericsson quería ganar la carrera en la tercera vuelta, y arruinó la suya. Otro de los pilotos que está siempre en las quinielas - lo cual nos encanta, pues también es hispanohablante - Pato O’Ward, tuvo un problema en su Arrow McLaren, a pocas vueltas del final, que le obligó a abandonar. Por cierto, que se está escuchando mucho últimamente la posibilidad de que Palou recale en el equipo Arrow McLaren… lo creeremos cuando lo veamos. Por otra parte, de nuevo, vimos una persecución increíble por parte de Rossi, a pocas vueltas del final, que le valió la tercera posición. Y es que Newgarden estuvo incontestable en su lucha por la victoria en Wisconsin. Por último, no podemos dejar de comentar los errores del novato De Francesco y la respuesta de Will Power (a quien había golpeado al inicio de la carrera): una vez la prueba había terminado se colocó en paralelo con De Francesco y le devolvió el golpe. Situaciones naturales en esa competición, declaraciones claras de los pilotos cuando alguien lo hace rematadamente mal, que aquí en Europa, en la F1, donde todo está medido y no se pueden salir del guión, nunca se oirían de boca de un piloto. Le Mans, preciosa, pero poco emocionante. Como siempre, las 24 Horas de Le Mans son un espectáculo. Es una prueba preciosa, pero hay que reconocerlo, el WEC está en sus horas más bajas. Es cierto que se está reconstruyendo y que “lo grande” llegará el año que viene, que lo están peleando con uñas y dientes, pero, por ahora, nos deja carreras sin un rival por la victoria en la categoría reina - aunque no así en las restantes, por supuesto. Lo más destacable de esta carrera, aparte de la victoria, que siempre interesa, del coche número 8 de Toyota, fueron los problemas de Alpine, al principio de la prueba, y los de Corvete, por fallo técnico el coche de Antonio García (el 63), y por accidente en las últimas horas, del número 64, cuando luchaba por la victoria en la categoría GTE Pro. Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

The Marshall Pruett Podcast
MP 1281: The Week In IndyCar with Marcus Ericsson, June 15 2022

The Marshall Pruett Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 34:19


It's The Week In IndyCar Guest show with Indy 500 winner Marcus Ericsson, which uses listener-driven comments and questions covering a variety of topics submitted by fans via Twitter, Facebook, and Reddit. Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribe Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast [WTI]

Pit Pass Indy
“Clearing the Haze” with Josef Newgarden, Alex Palou, Marcus Ericsson, Pato O'Ward and Rinus VeeKay

Pit Pass Indy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 38:27


June 14, 2022 Pit Pass Indy Show Host Bruce Martin has exclusive interviews with Sonsio Grand Prix of Road America winner Josef Newgarden of Team Penske, Alex Palou and Marcus Ericsson of Chip Ganassi Racing, Rinus VeeKay of Ed Carpenter Racing and Pato O'Ward of Arrow McLaren SP.  Bruce Martin and Pit Pass Indy have all the storylines covered in this week's episode. For more INDYCAR coverage, follow Bruce Martin at Twitter at @BruceMartin_500 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Race IndyCar Podcast
A wheel-banging race with a $1 million winner - Newgarden's Road America victory reviewed

The Race IndyCar Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 50:25


The Road America IndyCar race offered lots of overtaking, multiple crashes (including one between the points leader and his team-mate), and a $1 million winner in Josef Newgarden. Hosts Jack Benyon and JR Hildebrand are here to look back on all the action in the latest episode of The Race IndyCar Podcast, as Newgarden earned a huge prize for taking victories on a road course, street circuit and oval in just eight races this season.  The duo ask whether the American is now the title favourite, and analyse the Penske driver's inconsistent but simultaneously brilliant season so far. The big clashes between Alex Palou and Marcus Ericsson and Will Power and Devlin DeFrancesco also go under the microscope, before Jack and JR share their thoughts on the latest silly season rumours. Jack also shares his impressions of Road America after his first trip to the Wisconsin circuit - but does it earn the status of best track he's ever been to? Tune in to find out... READ MORE: Why Ericsson clash and reaction shows different side to Palou Follow The Race on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook Check out our latest videos on YouTube For IndyCar news, analysis and must-read features visit the-race.com

JACK ARUTE'S WIND TUNNEL PRESENTED BY ADVANCE AUTO PARTS
INDY IMMORTALITY – GRANITE STATE GOAL – THE NORMAN OKIE

JACK ARUTE'S WIND TUNNEL PRESENTED BY ADVANCE AUTO PARTS

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 57:26


This week's Wind Tunnel brings together three drivers that have an unquenched passion for racing.Two week's ago, Marcus Ericsson  captured the 106th running of the Greatest Spectacle on Racing THE INDY 500.  He thought he had the race won until a red flag stopped the action and set up a mad dash to the checkered flag.Jack checks in with Marcus to give you some behind the scenes analysis of the race, his post race celebration as well as how he and his manager blew off the King of Sweeden's celebratory phone call.In this week's Advance Auto Parts Victory Lap segment you'll meet a New England modified racer who is chasing his very first track championship as well as a State Title and a 5 race modified series called the Whitcomb 5.Tyler Leary calls Monadnock Speedway home and has already taken down 3 wins there. When we hooked up, we got Tyler's take on his season as well as his goals for the rest of the year.Christopher Bell rose from the dirt tracks in the Midwest to a career in Trucks and Xfinity. His performances earned him a spot on JGR's Toyota Cup team. When he and Jack get together C. Bell talks about his progress at JGR and shares his secret “Bucket List” ride.

RaceSchool.com
RaceSchool.com Podcast Marcus Ericsson, Part 2

RaceSchool.com

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 4:13


Marcus Ericsson won two races in 2021 and so far this year, the biggest race in the world – the Indianapolis 500! We spent some time chatting before Indy this year during the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach weekend. In Part 1, he talked about his injury at the Grand Prix last year and his preparation coming into the new season. Here in Part 2, we focus exclusively on the Indy 500. He talks about his first laps ever at the Speedway and also what it's like to qualify there using the tools within the cockpit. Enjoy! By Larry Mason Copyright © 2022 Larry Mason

NascardRadio
Episode 99: Traks 1991 Set Recap with Jeff Gordon RC Plus Last Weeks Race Winners and Their Trading Cards

NascardRadio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 69:01


NasCardRadio Episode 99: The guy's review Charlotte Motor Speedway's Camping World Truck (Ross Chastain), Xfinity (Josh Berry) and Coke 600 (Denny Hamlin) winners, highest finishing rookies (Lawless Alan, Sheldon Creed and Harrison Burton) and their rookie trading cards. Plus, Indy 500 and Grand Prix of Monaco winners Marcus Ericsson and Sergio Perez and their trading cards. In the next segment the guys break down the 1991 Traks set with the different wax and sets available and how they were packaged. The PSA population report for the key card number 1 of Jeff Gordon.  It's Jeff Gordons first card available in wax packs. Finally, there are some interesting eBay auctions in ‘The Kings Court'. Special thanks to Mike Thomsen and our sponsor, Panini America. #thehobby #tradingcards #whodoyoucollect

Who's Got Next with WISH-TV's Charlie Clifford
Indianapolis 500 Recap / IndyCar News Updates

Who's Got Next with WISH-TV's Charlie Clifford

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 36:10


On this episode, Charlie reconnects with "The Car Cuz" Josh Stiegman at MotorVault in downtown Indianapolis to relive the 106th running of the Indianapolis 500. From the details on the crowd of over 325,000 race fans to Marcus Ericsson's thrilling victory, Josh and Charlie cover the top takeaways from the biggest race in the world. Plus: IndyCar drivers are already on the move for the 2023 season. How will these newly announced changes impact next year and beyond? The discussion starts now on 'Who's Got Next?!'See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

New Track Record
2022 Indy 500 Recap

New Track Record

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 102:07


This week's episode: A recap of Marcus Ericsson's win in the 106th Indianapolis 500, Kyle Kirkwood is confirmed at Andretti in the no. 27 car next year, an announcement is expected this weekend for Alexander Rossi to Arrow McLaren SP for next year, Santino Ferrucci is a super sub again, IndyCar is looking at a race in Argentina and a preview of this weekend's Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast
Best Of The Dan Dakich - Thursday 6/2/22

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 71:54


Today's Best of Features: (00:00-16:37) – Jason Dumas from Bleacher Report joins Charlie Clifford ahead of game one of the NBA Finals to give his perspective on the pulse of the Bay Area going into tonight's game, how appreciative Steph Curry is about this run in comparison to some of the previous championship teams, and what Draymond Green is like on a day-to-day operation behind the scenes. (16:37-34:41) – Mark Carman from Fansided, WGN Radio, and NBC Sports Chicago joins Charlie Clifford on the Dan Dakich Show to weigh in on how Matt Eberflus is doing thus far as the Bears head coach, shares some perspective on new Colts senior defensive analyst John Fox, and where Bulls fans are at with their current core of players. (34:41-57:13) – The final hour of the Dan Dakich Show opens up with the The Fan's Kevin Bowen to share what he has been able to take away so far from Matt Ryan on the practice field, which receiver has been the most impressive during OTA's, and the interesting situation that the Colts and Kenny Moore are in with his contract. (57:13-1:11:42) – Charlie Clifford's final guest on today's show is none other than the winner of the 106th Indianapolis 500 in Team Chip Ganassi's Marcus Ericsson! Charlie and Marcus discuss how insanely busy he has been since Sunday, where his mind is at heading into Detroit this weekend, and ranks the most recent things his done since winning the Indy 500. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast
Charlie Clifford fills in for Dan! Marcus Ericsson joins to recap Indy 500 festivities! Plus NBA Finals preview with Jason Dumas and Matt Eberflus update from Mark Carman!

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 141:06


(00:00-24:20) – The Dan Dakich Show with Charlie Clifford filling in for Dan today opens up with the comment made by Jon Rothstein that the Big Ten runs through Bloomington. Should Mike Woodson be nervous with the pressure already be on them in June? Charlie and producer Eddie Garrison weigh in on that question. (24:20-41:34) – Charlie Clifford from WISH-TV 8 comes back from break with a phone call from a listener to share his perspective on IU's expectations that are being put on them, . (41:34-48:41) – Charlie closes out the first hour of today's show by discussing the IndyCar news that has been announced in the last 12 hours with Alexander Rossi moving from Andretti Autosport to Arrow McLeron SP and Kyle Kirkwood replacing Rossi in the 27 machine. (48:41-1:06:00) – Jason Dumas from Bleacher Report joins Charlie Clifford ahead of game one of the NBA Finals to give his perspective on the pulse of the Bay Area going into tonight's game, how appreciative Steph Curry is about this run in comparison to some of the previous championship teams, and what Draymond Green is like on a day-to-day operation behind the scenes. (1:06:00-1:31:51) – Mark Carman from Fansided, WGN Radio, and NBC Sports Chicago joins Charlie Clifford on the Dan Dakich Show to weigh in on how Matt Eberflus is doing thus far as the Bears head coach, shares some perspective on new Colts senior defensive analyst John Fox, and where Bulls fans are at with their current core of players. (1:31:51-1:35:47) – Charlie Clifford closes out the second hour of the show by recapping the conversations he's had with Jason Dumas and Mark Carman along with the topics that we have discussed throughout the show so far. (1:35:47-1:58:54) – The final hour of the Dan Dakich Show opens up with the The Fan's Kevin Bowen to share what he has been able to take away so far from Matt Ryan on the practice field, which receiver has been the most impressive during OTA's, and the interesting situation that the Colts and Kenny Moore are in with his contract. (1:58:54-2:14:07) – Charlie Clifford's final guest on today's show is none other than the winner of the 106th Indianapolis 500 in Team Chip Ganassi's Marcus Ericsson! Charlie and Marcus discuss how insanely busy he has been since Sunday, where his mind is at heading into Detroit this weekend, and ranks the most recent things his done since winning the Indy 500. (2:14:07-2:20:54) – The final segment of the Dan Dakich Show with Charlie Clifford announcing today's Horseshoe Indianapolis Race of the Day winner! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Pit Lane Parley
Marcus Ericsson is An Indy 500 Champion!

Pit Lane Parley

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 63:17


The 106th running of the Indy 500 is over...so how many days until number 107? Marcus Ericsson triumphs, Pato O'Ward comes close, and a strange rookie of the year award battle has emerged on twitter (because of course) Tricky wind conditions with some warmer temperatures led to some scary incidents, (heal up quickly Callum Illot) then we discuss what teams did well, which ones struggled and what did double points do to the season standings? Dixon's misfortune, but still set a new Indy 500 record too! What did everyone think of the race?

WFO Radio Podcast
Ignition 05/31/2022

WFO Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 69:15


Joe Castello and Gio in Miami are back from celebrating Memorial Day. The guys talk Greatest Weekend in Racing, Sergio Perez wins Monaco GP after another Epic Fail from Ferrari. Marcus Ericsson wins Indy 500, Denny Hamlin wins Coca-Cola 600. Stubo goes racing at Shadyside Dragway, Fantasy League Update, SportsCollision, Top Gun Maverick, and Obi-Wan Kenobi.

Trackside Podcast
Kevin and Curt recap 106th Running of the Indianapolis 500, talk to Marcus Ericsson's engineer Brad Goldberg

Trackside Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 87:38


Tonight on Trackside, Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin are back with a two-hour show to break down the Indy 500 won by Marcus Ericsson of Chip Ganassi Racing. They discuss how Ericsson's victory wasn't that much of a surprise, and how some of the top contenders had their day ruined.  Kevin and Curt talk about how Ericsson hung around all day and pulled away from Pato O'Ward and Felix Rosenqvist at the right time. They chat about the Swede's dedication to racing, how he will represent IndyCar as the Indy 500 champion, and his future in the series. They take Twitter questions on topics such as traffic, double points, and the “Dragon” move by Ericsson at the end of the race.  In the second hour, they discuss the decision to red flag the race in the final lap, if Sunday could have been Tony Kanaan's last Indy 500, Alexander Rossi's admission he was responsible for the Conor Daly hot tub prank, the entertaining Victory Banquet and the record-breaking purse. Later, Ericsson's engineer Brad Goldberg joins the show to talk about the emotions of winning the biggest race in the world and the quick turnaround heading to Detroit. We hear from the Ben Davis HS grad about his memories growing up a race fan, the relationship between driver and engineer, and his thoughts during the red flag. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast
Dan recaps the Indy 500 with Mark Jaynes and addresses the Kenny Moore contract situation with Mike Chappell!

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 131:58 Very Popular


(00:00-20:18) – The Dan Dakich Show opens up on a Tuesday following a three day weekend by recapping what stood out to him from the Indy 500 on Sunday, takes a quick dive into the upcoming NBA Finals matchup between the Boston Celtics and Golden State Warriors, and more. (20:18-35:12) – With the NBA Draft approaching quickly, Dan replays some audio from Pacers President Kevin Pritchard's comments from May following the lottery announcement and how Myles Turner needs to play with his back to the basket in connection to the two teams left in the NBA. (35:12-45:28) – Dan closes out the first hour of today's show by going over some of the statistics from last season for Kenny Moore, starts to break down what he would pay Kenny, and then where he would rank him among the cornerbacks in the NFL. (45:28-1:08:15) – CBS4/FOX59's Mike Chappell makes his weekly stop on the Dan Dakich Show to weigh in on the odd Kenny Moore situation that the Colts are dealing with, whether or not they saw the Kenny Moore contract dispute coming following the Stephon Gilmore signing, and if the Tennessee Titans are heading in the wrong direction. (1:08:15-1:28:01) – The hiatus of Biggins is over!! Dan brings back the infamous Biggins segment and gives away a couple t-shirts for big people who can pass a trivia question. (1:28:01-1:30:32) – Dan closes out the second hour of today's show by recapping Biggins and takes a quick preview into his conversation with Mark Jaynes. (1:30:32-1:50:55) – The final hour of the Dan Dakich Show opens up with the voice of the IMS Radio Network in Mark Jaynes to explain how amazing it was seeing 300,000 people at IMS for the Indy 500, the overall run for the Marcus Ericsson that led to him capturing the checkered flag, and the critical mistake Scott Dixon made. (1:50:55-2:08:06) – Dan comes back from break and discusses how people can view Carson Wentz 27 touchdowns to 7 interceptions, how it would be catastrophic if the Colts don't make the playoffs after getting Matt Ryan, and the importance of starting out well this season. (2:08:06-2:16:08) – The final segment of the Dan Dakich Show with Dan announcing today's Horseshoe Indianapolis Race of the Day winner! Plus Dan hands out a bet that he likes today! (00:00-20:18) – The Dan Dakich Show opens up on a Tuesday following a three day weekend by recapping what stood out to him from the Indy 500 on Sunday, takes a quick dive into the upcoming NBA Finals matchup between the Boston Celtics and Golden State Warriors, and more. (20:18-35:12) – With the NBA Draft approaching quickly, Dan replays some audio from Pacers President Kevin Pritchard's comments from May following the lottery announcement and how Myles Turner needs to play with his back to the basket in connection to the two teams left in the NBA. (35:12-45:28) – Dan closes out the first hour of today's show by going over some of the statistics from last season for Kenny Moore, starts to break down what he would pay Kenny, and then where he would rank him among the cornerbacks in the NFL. (45:28-1:08:15) – CBS4/FOX59's Mike Chappell makes his weekly stop on the Dan Dakich Show to weigh in on the odd Kenny Moore situation that the Colts are dealing with, whether or not they saw the Kenny Moore contract dispute coming following the Stephon Gilmore signing, and if the Tennessee Titans are heading in the wrong direction. (1:08:15-1:28:01) – The hiatus of Biggins is over!! Dan brings back the infamous Biggins segment and gives away a couple t-shirts for big people who can pass a trivia question. (1:28:01-1:30:32) – Dan closes out the second hour of today's show by recapping Biggins and takes a quick preview into his conversation with Mark Jaynes. (1:30:32-1:50:55) – The final hour of the Dan Dakich Show opens up with the voice of the IMS Radio Network in Mark Jaynes to explain how amazing it was seeing 300,000 people at IMS for the Indy 500, the overall run for the Marcus Ericsson that led to him capturing the checkered flag, and the critical mistake Scott Dixon made. (1:50:55-2:08:06) – Dan comes back from break and discusses how people can view Carson Wentz 27 touchdowns to 7 interceptions, how it would be catastrophic if the Colts don't make the playoffs after getting Matt Ryan, and the importance of starting out well this season. (2:08:06-2:16:08) – The final segment of the Dan Dakich Show with Dan announcing today's Horseshoe Indianapolis Race of the Day winner! Plus Dan hands out a bet that he likes today! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Finding the Gap
Made of Sugar - 2022 Monaco GP Review

Finding the Gap

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 44:32


The Princess of Monaco capped off a great race with a great appearance on the podium. Somehow, Checo was allowed to win this race with a zero risk strategy call while Ferrari f'd-up everything for LeClerc. LK admits that he watched the Indy 500 and was worried he'd have to face Jason afterwards. Vettel should have been named driver of the day, yet Leigh Diffy tried to convince the world that Marcus Ericsson had a future in European racing. - Ferrari's strategy was LeCrap - Alonso has ruined Hamilton's legacy - Monaco is going to need a lot more than rain to stay on the F1 calendar - LK score zero points with his predictions, again - and more… Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok @FindingtheGapF1 and also check us out on our YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiPlmGMhKwCSgxdd71HaLWQ #Formula1 #F1 #Hamilton #Verstappen #Leclerc #Perez #Sainz #RedBull #Mercedes #Williams #Russell #Mclaren #AstonMartin #Alpine #Ocon #Alonso #Ferrari #AlphaTauri #Gasly #Tsunoda #AngelaCullen #KellyPiquet #GrandSlamPiece #LatifiHatesCheckeredFlags #VettelSellYourSeat #MickSuckmacher #NataliePinkham #JessicaHawkins #SiriusXM #Indy500 #CocaCola600 #MarcusEricsson #IrisTritsarisJondahl #PrincessCharlene --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/findingthegap/support

The Race IndyCar Podcast
Marcus Ericsson on his dream Indy 500 victory

The Race IndyCar Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 69:31


Freshly-crowned Indianapolis 500 winner and new championship leader Marcus Ericsson of Chip Ganassi Racing joins this week's The Race IndyCar Podcast. With just a couple of hours sleep after the night of the race, Ericsson outlines how he celebrated the biggest victory of his career, before detailing how his team have supported his success and what he was thinking in the closing stages when he made a crucial victory push overtaking three key cars. There's more joking about Ericsson's omission from The Race's 2021 mid-season driver rankings from previous shows, and how host Jack Benyon is now a lucky charm for the Swede, after enjoying his first Indy 500 on the ground at the event. As always co-host JR Hildebrand provides the perfect drivers'-eye guide to the Indy 500 in which he finished 12th for AJ Foyt Racing despite the strategy struggles he explains in more detail. He analyses why Ericsson's defence was so impressive in the closing stages and why driving Turn 2 at the Speedway - which caught out Jimmie Johnson and Romain Grosjean among others - is just so difficult in the podcast's general race debrief. Pato O'Ward and Arrow McLaren SP's bittersweet second, Penske's third sub-par Indy 500 win in a row and Andretti's struggles are also part of the breakdown. Follow The Race on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook Check out our latest videos on YouTube For IndyCar news, analysis and must-read features visit the-race.com

Back Of The Grid | F1 Podcast
2022 Monaco GP Review - The Entire Tyre

Back Of The Grid | F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 102:35


Downpours on Sunday lead to delays, on track incidents, number 2 drivers coming out on top and pit stop panics. We look back through it all as well as take a moment to discuss former F1 driver Marcus Ericsson being first across the yard of bricks to take a thrilling Indy 500 win. Plus, we discuss Monaco on the whole and what value it adds to the calendar, if any, with it's existing deal now done and no new one in place.   Enter the prediction league on our site; BackofTheGrid.com Follow us on Twitter or Facebook for the latest news; Twitter | Facebook Join our Patreon for exclusive content Back of the Grid on Patreon Back of the Grid is a Formula 1 podcast hosted by 3 passionate F1 fans. Tom King, Chris Evans & Stu Greenwood discuss the weekly goings on of the sport, review and preview races and offer their thoughts up on all the talking points. New episodes released each Tuesday during the season! F1 | Formula 1 | F12022 | 2022 | Mercedes | Lewis Hamilton | Valtteri Bottas | McLaren | Sebastian Vettel | Charles Leclerc | Ferrari | Alfa Romeo | Red Bull | Max Verstappen | Honda | Renault | Daniel Ricciardo | Motorsport | Alexander Albon | Carlos Sainz | Lando Norris | Williams | George Russell | Alpha Tauri | Pierre Gasly | Yuki Tsunoda | Sergio Perez | Aston Martin | Alpine | Fernando Alonso | Haas | Kevin Magnussen | Mick Schumacher  | Monaco | Monte Carlo | Indy 500 | Indianapolis | Marcus Ericsson

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast
Best Of The Dan Dakich Show - Tuesday 5/31/22

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 57:58


Today's Best of Features: (00:00-22:00) – CBS4/FOX59's Mike Chappellmakes his weekly stop on the Dan Dakich Show to weigh in on the odd Kenny Moore situation that the Colts are dealing with, whether or not they saw the Kenny Moore contract dispute coming following the Stephon Gilmore signing, and if the Tennessee Titans are heading in the wrong direction. (22:00-41:46) – The hiatus of Biggins is over!! Dan brings back the infamous Biggins segment and gives away a couple t-shirts for big people who can pass a trivia question. (41:46-57:47) – The final hour of the Dan Dakich Show opens up with thevoice of the IMS Radio Network in Mark Jaynesto explain how amazing it was seeing 300,000 people at IMS for the Indy 500, the overall run for the Marcus Ericsson that led to him capturing the checkered flag, and the critical mistake Scott Dixon made. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Inside Indiana Sports Breakfast with Kent Sterling
Indianapolis Colts - Matt Ryan, Gus Bradley highlight big changes! Big 10 schools about to get paid! Chip Ganassi gets $3.1M for Ericsson's Indy 500 win!

Inside Indiana Sports Breakfast with Kent Sterling

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 15:54


Colts have change at the three most important positions - and the most important defensive coaches. Can those changes make the Colts a Super Bowl contender? (at 10:25) Big 10 media rights deals could combine to reach ONE BILLION DOLLARS PER YEAR! With that level of wealth, does it make sense to not pay players as employees? (at 13:03) Chip Ganassi will get a $3.1M check from Roger Penske for Marcus Ericsson's win in the 106th Indy 500. Cubs swept, so what's new? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support

Hammer + Nigel Show Podcast
Marcus Ericsson Wins Indy 500

Hammer + Nigel Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 6:23


Marcus Ericsson wins The 106th Running Of The Indy 500!  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

After Hours with Amy Lawrence
5-30-22 After Hours with Amy Lawrence PODCAST: Hour 2

After Hours with Amy Lawrence

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 41:46


The Mets are actually good | Marcus Ericsson wins the Indy 500 | The Ben Peterson conversation revisited

This Is Purdue
IndyCar Engineer Angela Ashmore Hopes Next Giant Leap is an Indy 500 Win

This Is Purdue

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 37:57


In this episode of “This Is Purdue,” we're talking to IndyCar engineer Angela Ashmore. Angela, an engineer for Chip Ganassi Racing's No. 8 Huski Chocolate Honda, is a lifelong motorsports fan. Her giant leap into professional racing came after relentless persistence and perseverance. Listen in as Angela discusses her experience with Purdue's Formula Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) student club, how the problem-solving techniques she learned at Purdue's School of Mechanical Engineering helped propel her career and a shift from working in NASCAR to IndyCar. Also, hear why Marcus Ericsson, IndyCar driver for CGR's No. 8 Huski Chocolate Honda, believes Angela serves as a role model for other women in STEM and the professional motorsports world. As for Angela's next giant leap? She's aiming for an Indianapolis 500 win!

Trackside Podcast
Kevin and Curt Discuss Indy 500 With Rinus Veekay, Marcus Ericsson, David Malukas, and Kyle Kirkwood

Trackside Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 45:27


On Trackside, Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin open up the show live from the Burger Bash by talking with a pair of rookies in Kyle Kirkwood and David Malukas about how they are feeling going into the 106th running of the Indianapolis 500, what their full experience has been like leading up to the race, and then share some stories on how they got to where they are at in their careers today. Marcus Ericsson and Stefan Wilson later join Curt and Kevin from the Burger Bash. They ask Marcus how he's feeling going into the big race this weekend, why the team has been so dominant in practices for the race, and the consistent improvement from race to race so far in his young career. The guys ask Stefan about the challenges of gathering some sponsors and a car at the last minute, the adversity that he could face in connection to with starting at the end of the field, and what his goal is for the upcoming race. Later, Dalton Kellett makes an appearance on Trackside from the Burger Bash to give an update on how he's feeling following the crash in practice, how the cat felt leading up to the accident, and what was going through his head in the final moments leading up to the crash. Also, James Hinchcliffe joins Curt and Kevin to explain how his schedule now is busier in comparison to when he was racing, if he still has the itch to drive, and gives his perspective on what it's like when you're about to crash into a wall. Finally, one of the fastest drivers during this month in Rinus Veekay makes an appearance at the Burger Bash with Curt Cavin and Kevin Lee and joins the program to give his synopsis his car heading into the race this weekend, on racing in an Indy 500 with full crowd capacity, and how the race in Texas really helps his strategy for the Indy 500. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

NASCAR America
Ryan Blaney wins All-Star Race; Marcus Ericsson; Tom Meents

NASCAR America

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 52:53


Jeff Burton, Dale Jarrett, and Steve Letarte react to Ryan Blaney's window net snafu, comments from Senior VP of Competition Scott Miller and Denny Hamlin, and provide their opinions on how it should have been handled. The crew also welcomes Chip Ganassi Racing IndyCar driver Marcus Ericsson ahead of the 106th Indy 500 as well as Tom Meents, who recently made Monster Jam history.

F1 Nation
Max's Miami masterclass, Ferrari's fightback + the next US F1 star?

F1 Nation

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 44:52 Very Popular


Red Bull's Max Verstappen is on a roll. He took his second straight win on F1's first visit to Miami, but Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz kept Ferrari at the top of both championships. Which team's got the upper hand heading to Barcelona? Tom Clarkson and Sam Power are joined by former F1 and current IndyCar driver Marcus Ericsson to dissect what we learned from the Miami GP. There's reaction and insight from Adrian Newey and Christian Horner at Red Bull, Alex Albon at Williams, Valtteri Bottas at Alfa Romeo, Andreas Seidl at McLaren and James Vowles at Mercedes. Plus, hear from two drivers aiming to be the USA's next F1 star: Williams Academy and F2 driver Logan Sargeant, and IndyCar's Colton Herta, who's testing a McLaren later this year. This episode is sponsored by:  Credit Karma: Go to creditkarma.com/loanoffers to find the right loan for you F1 Manager: Launching on PC, PlayStation and Xbox, Summer 2022. Visit F1manager.com to Wishlist the game on your platform of choice and follow @F1Manager on Twitter to stay up to speed