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And so it came to be that the battle for the Astor Cup went all the way to the final round at Laguna Seca, and we had drama all the way through to the end. Will Power dominated qualifying ahead of *checks notes* Callum Illot?! To take a record-breaking pole position, one more than the great Mario Andretti. All this while Josef Newgarden spun at the Corkscrew and Scott Dixon just didn't get out of Round 1. Josef went from 25th to 2nd in the race in vain, Power took a comfy 3rd like he has all year young, Dixon was nowhere, and... ALEX PALOU WON BY HOW MUCH?! In this episode, we talk about all the drama that Laguna Seca had off and on the track, all the protagonists. And more on Alex Palou's crushing win to close out the year and the announcement he made midweek to stay at Chip Ganassi Racing at the #10 car. There's ramifications with that too, such as Felix Rosenqvist staying at McLaren and all this beef over... F1 tests. F*** sake. All that and us going over our favourite moments in 2022, on Motorsport101!
The Grand final of the 2022 NTT IndyCar Series did not disappoint nor did the IndyLights Series both fitting races and championships all season long. In this show we chat with all the main players, (Power, Newgarden) and talk with Scott McLaughlin and Scott Dixon on the weekend and re the end of an era at New Zealand's Pukekohe Park Raceway. We hear from the new series champ Will Power as he talks with David on why IndyCar is the best overall open wheel series around. Rookie of the Year Hunter McElrea chats on the show as well. We review the week in the sport even more driver line up changes for 2022 in F1 and IndyCar, the issue of the super licence ,big wins for kiwis overseas in DTM and WEC and the Speedway season is getting closer in New Zealand and there is a host of great names coming to Aucklands Western Springs for the summer ahead. Racing World has a Monster show this week for you all.
Mark Jaynes, voice of the Indycar series, joins the first full hour of the program to discuss the NTT Indycar Series championship scene. Coach and Mark talk about the starting positions of Josef Newgarden, Scott Dixon, and more, as well as Will Power's chances. Dr. Len Clark from Irish Illustrated calls in to talk about Notre Dame's shocking 26-21 loss to unranked Marshall. Brad Huber then joins to talk about Ball State losing 37-30 to Western Michigan. They then go over the Indycar scene, and who they think will take home the championship. Howard Kellman, voice of the Indianapolis Indians, calls in to talk the team's 6-9 loss to Omaha tonight.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Just what the IndyCar world needed - Another dominant New Zealander called Scott. But my goodness, he's driving out of his skin at the moment. In IndyCar's penultimate race of the year, it was Scott McLaughlin that kept his very thin chances of winning the Astor Cup alive with a lights-to-flag victory. Scott led 104 out of 110 laps and never really looked like losing. Is he the favourite for 2023? We also give an extended deep dive into the three main contenders going into the season finale. Will Power, a man who's come alive post Indy 500. 11 Top 4 finishes this season, and with a 2nd in Portland, remains in control with a 20 point lead. Will Power find a way to shrug off the concerns over his luck in title deciders? Scott Dixon has been a model of consistency as well. His qualifying has been lacking but has always come back as a strong Sunday man. An average finish of under 7 is incredible. But if this doesn't become Astor Cup #7 for the Kiwi, will his 1mph speed limit breach at the Indy 500 cost him everything for the season? And then on the other end of the scale, Josef Newgarden. The first man to win 5 races in an IndyCar season since Simon Pagenaud in 2016. THE Oval driver of the season. At times, unstoppable, unfathomable pace. But also, some errors and some bad luck have scattered his season all over the map. Iowa 2's broken car might have derailed his season without us realising it. Can he launch one final comeback? We break it all down, as well as the Rookie of the Year fight, on Motorsport101!
Alex is vacationing in Utah with his girlfriend, while Hinch is already in town for the race at Laguna Seca. The guys recap Portland, then talk about what they expect going into Laguna Seca. Alex also talks about how he feels to be leaving Andretti Auto after all these years.+++Off Track is part of the SiriusXM Sports Podcast Network. If you enjoyed this episode and want to hear more, please give a 5 star rating and leave a review. Subscribe today wherever you stream your podcasts.Want some advice? Send your questions in for Ask Alex to AskOffTrack@gmail.comSubscribe to our YouTube Channel.Follow us on Twitter at @askofftrack. Or individually at @Hinchtown, @AlexanderRossi, and @TheTimDurham.The music you heard in this episode comes from:Ryan Dann of Holland Patent Public Library. You can find him online at hollandpatentpubliclibrary.com
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?
Con un fin de semana tan lleno de eventos de Motorsport, los chicos del Podcast Técnica Fórmula 1 emiten esta semana hasta 3 episodios. Y en este último episodio de la semana se centran en hablar de la IndyCar, analizando la carrera en Portland y preparándonos para la última carrera de la temporada. Pero también nos prepararán para uno de los Rallys más bonitos de la temporada: el Acrópolis o Rally de Grecia. Porland alejó a Palou del título. La penúltima carrera de la temporada, en Portland, dio muchísimo espectáculo, con una gran carrera de O’Ward y mejor aún del neozelandés Scott McLaughlin, que sumó una victoria más esta temporada y adelantó a Palou en el Campeonato. Un Campeonato del que el español se despide ya definitivamente. Por otra parte, los Penske han estado tremendos, no sólo en la carrera en Portland, sino en toda esta última parte de la temporada, dejando atrás a los favoritos, los Ganassi, que en esta última parte han adolecido de falta de ritmo, salvo casos puntuales. Y este fin de semana, desenlace en Laguna Seca, ni más ni menos. La carrera en Portland se la llevó, como decimos, McLaughlin, seguido de Will Power y Scott Dixon. Tras ellos, O’Ward, Rahal, Herta, Rossi, Newgarden, Ilott y Rosenqvist. Palou fue 12º y Ericsson, otro aspirante al título, 11º. Con estos resultados, el Campeonato está liderado, de cara a la última carrera de la temporada por Will Power, seguido de Newgarden, Dixon, Ericsson y McLaughlin. Palou y O’ward, 6º y 7º, quedan ya sin posibilidades de conseguir el Campeonato. El WRC llega a la tierra de los Dioses. Por su parte, el Campeonato del Mundo de Rallys llega este fin de semana a Grecia, donde se disputará el Rally Acrópolis. Ya en la recta final del Mundial (tan sólo quedan 4 pruebas), Rovanperä puede lograr coronarse Campeón en cualquiera de las pruebas - de hecho, sólo un fallo (quizás por nervios) se lo impidió en Ypres. Así que los chicos del Podcast Técnica Fórmula 1 nos contarán cómo tienen que ser las estrategias de Rovanperä, que abre pista el viernes, y de Tänak, su inmediato competidor, si quieren lograr sus objetivos en esta prueba. En cualquier caso, hay que recordar que Rovanperä ganó esta prueba el año pasado, cuando volvía al Mundial tras 13 años ausente, por más de 40 segundos de ventaja… mal presagio para sus rivales. Sin embargo, Tänak vuelve a sentirse cómodo en su coche y busca mantener su buena racha con una tercera victoria consecutiva. La prueba griega contará este año con 16 tramos, de grava, en las montañas del norte de Atenas, lo que le ha valido el sobrenombre de “Rally de los Dioses”, y tendrá una etapa especial en la capital griega, concretamente en el Estadio Olímpico. Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals
Phil and Josh worked on Labor Day to provide E133 of the GSP to the fans and cover a busy motorsports weekend while leading into the start of NFL in 2022. The guys get into "That Jones Boy from Byron, MI" winning his second Southern 500 along with the 200th victory for the No.43 in Cup Series competition. In contrast, many of the playoff eligible drivers had issues including William Clyde Elliott II and Kevin Harvick along with the points leading into Kansas. In the XFinity race, Gragson gets his 4th victory of 2022 after last lap contact between Sheldon Creed and Kyle Larson. Even with the action between those three, AJ Allmendinger gets closer to a possible regular season title. Speaking of titles, the IndyCar Series ran at Portland with Scott McLaughlin winning his third race and pole of the 2022 season, holding off points leader and teammate Will Power. However, Power still holds a 20-point lead heading into the season finale at Laguna Seca over Scott Dixon and Josef Newgarden. Phil and Josh discuss all of the happenings and their thoughts on those still in and those who were eliminated. Formula 1 saw the usual with Max Verstappen winning the Dutch GP, but it was not as straightforward as it has been at most races, with Mercedes having pace and a possibility to win. Multiple yellows affected the strategy and led to the eventual result, leaving some like Lewis Hamilton pretty unhappy. Ferrari continues to show why they are closer to Mercedes than Red Bull with their strategy calls and constant errors - mostly focused to Carlos Sainz at Zandvoort. The biggest news was the notion of Colton Herta being the favorite for a seat at AlphaTauri, if he can get a Superlicense. Phil and Josh talk about his candidacy along with other silly season tidbits leading into Monza. The Roundup has Phil broaching the NHRA US Nationals, Extreme E in Chile, WEC at Fuji Speedway, WSBK at Magny Cours and Supercars at Pukekohe before Josh returns for the NFL season preview for both the Jacksonville Jaguars and San Francisco 49ers along with their picks for the Superbowl. Previews and Picks come for the F1 Italian Grand Prix, IndyCar at Laguna Seca, and the NASCAR triple-header at Kansas Speedway before Josh's Sim Segment and Show Close.
Tonight on Trackside, Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin open the show talking about possible scenarios next weekend at Laguna Seca and where Portland left the championship standings. They discuss Scott McLaughlin's performance and his quick rise into contention in IndyCar. Kevin and Curt also discuss the level of driving and how it led to a clean race at a place that usually sees a lot of cars off the track. To round out the Portland conversation, they discuss the rest of the grid including Scott Dixon's third place finish. Our News of the Day, brought to you by the Indianapolis Speedrome and Circle City Raceway, is a Road to Indy recap from this weekend's action in USF2000, Indy Pro 2000 and Indy Lights. In the second hour, Kevin starts the second half of the show with Twitter questions from the audience. Then, Silly Season is the topic of conversation headlined by Colton Herta and the possibility of him having a seat in the Formula 1 grid in 2023. Kevin goes deeper into why American drivers are valuable in F1 and why a successful IndyCar driver in F1 might not be the best thing. Then, we discuss who might get the third seat for Arrow McLaren SP next year and more 2023 lineup possibilities. To round out the show, sports car driver Jon Morley joins the program to discuss Race for RP, a charity focused on autoimmune disease, and an iRacing event to raise money for the foundation. Kevin and Jon talk about how he got involved with the foundation and the journey to an event as big as this eRace. The conversation concludes with the drivers Jon raced against in the early stages of his career. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
John and Michael Henderson discuss the action from Portland International Raceway.Scott McLaughlin dominates, Will Power holds the points lead, Josef Newgarden deals with more frustration, and Scott Dixon charges into striking distance of his 7th IndyCar title.
Welcome to episode 35 of the Lovecars On The Grid podcast! Tiff Needell and Paul Woodman bring us another roundup of motorsport events from the past week! We kick off this week with a Max Verstappen masterclass in Zandvoort in the Netherlands. We were expecting a dull race, as there were very few places for overtakes, but we were shocked by the action we saw in the Formula 1 this weekend! We had another Ferrari blunder in Carlos Sainz first pit stop, which resulted in Sergio Perez running over one of the pit crew tyre guns in his Red Bull. In his second stop, Sainz was released unsafely, resulting in a time penalty for an unsafe release. We had both Tsunoda and Bottas cars break down. Tsunoda thought his tyres were not fitted correct, and after a 2nd pit stop, was told to stop his car by his pit crew. Valtteri Bottas was forced to stop his Alfa Romeo on the start/finish straight, resulting in a safety car, that forced Lewis Hamilton to lose his lead. George Russell took a late call with Mercedes to change his tyres during the safety car, but this left Hamilton exposed, allowing Max Verstappen to overtake on the first corner following the race restart. The final result was 1st to Max Verstappen, 2nd to Charles LeClerc and 3rd to George Russell, the British driver's best ever finish with Mercedes. We also finally have an update on the Oscar Piastri fiasco. The driver has now confirmed that he will be driving for McLaren next year. Meanwhile, AlphaTauri are working to secure Indycar driver, Colton Herta. Controversially, the driver hasn't received a super license, so the team are working to secure one for him in order for him to drive for them next year. Elsewhere in F1, there's confusion between the Red Bull and Porsche deal, with questions being asked about if it's an engine deal, a chassis deal, or whether anything will happen at all! In F2, we had another safety car issue. Liam Lawson was holding up the rest of the pack, waiting as late as possible before restarting. The drivers further back in the field tried to speed up early, resulting in several drivers crashing. The feature race ended up being won by Brazilian driver, Felipe Drugovich, with Marcus Armstrong winning the sprint race. In Formula 3, we had a session ended early, following a red flag on the banked corner that was arguably not needed. We're all for safety first, but this red flag was a bit extreme! The feature race was won by Zane Maloney, whilst Caio Collet won the sprint race. The Moto GP took place at Misano in Italy, won by Ducati rider, Francesco Bagnaia. Australian rider, Jack Miller crashed in his Ducati, showing just how on the edge these riders really ride! In the USA, we had Indycar at Portland. We had a fairly dull race, however we still had safety cars! Following some new ruling, the cars restarted further back on the straight, which resulted in no crashes when it came to the chicane as the cars were more spaced out. Scott McLaughlin dominated the race and took the win, with team mate Will Power in 2nd place. 3rd place Scott Dixon went from 16th to take his podium position. The NASCAR race was fairly chaotic, which took place at Darlington Raceway in South Carolina. Chase Elliot ended up spinning out. Kyle Busch blew his engine, and Kevin Harwick's car burst into flames! The win went to Erik Jones in his Chevrolet, with Denny Hamlin behind him in 2nd place. Next week, we have Formula 1, F2, F3 and the Porsche Supercup at Monza. The World Endurance Championship is back in Fuji, with some reduction in weight on the Peugeot and Toyota cars. WRC is back in Greece for a tough rally. The final round of Indycar is next week too, at Laguna Seca. We also have NASCAR! At home, British GT is taking place at Brands Hatch, whilst the British Superbikes are at Snetterton.
Tim Hauraney is joined by Mark Hamilton from Scuderia F1 Pod to go over an entertaining Dutch Grand Prix, Ferrari struggles, Mercedes let's a win slip away, Colton Herta to AlphaTuari and more (01:50). Then Tim goes over the IndyCar race from Portland (1:03:13), we hear from race winner Scott McLaughlin, Will Power, and Scott Dixon(1:10:20). Then Tim takes your twitter questions (1:33:39) and finishes it off by going over F1 Fantasy.
Indy 500 winner Tony Kanaan and longtime broadcaster Jack Arute recap the Bommarito Automotive Group 500 at World Wide Technology Raceway. Josef Newgarden joins the show following his win there over the weekend, his fifth of the season, and moving into second in the IndyCar standings. Chip Ganassi Racing Managing Director Mike Hull visits to discuss his role with the team and Scott Dixon.
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
Justin goes to watch the race in St. Louis and has something to say. Nike Dunk Low. Zach Veach update. The virtues of the USA network. Pocono! An amazing Scott Dixon stat. An amazing Will Power stat. A seminal moment for Malukas. Picks for Portland. Not a tight twenty this time but content overload! @hiroindycar
Tony and Charlie discuss one of the most competitive seasons in IndyCar history, what makes Scott Dixon one of the greatest drivers of all time and the reality and difficulty of landing one of the thirty-three spots in the Indy 500.
Spike returns from vacation with tales of waverunner interactions with marine lifeforms, the Meyers Manx dune buggy makes its debut, the Zuckerman head sticker (Scott Dixon) wins another Indy race, the car used in a "brazen" Beverly Hills robbery and the Batmobile saga continues as Spike calls Fiberglass Freaks.
Tony recaps Nashville and Scott Dixon's win. Newgarden and Grosjean collide and social media takes note. He looks ahead to the remaining races this year and discusses new developments on IndyCar's Silly Season.
NasCardRadio Episode 109: The guys quickly review last week's Michigan International Speedway Xfinity (Ty Gibbs) and Cup (Kevin Harvick) winners, highest finishing rookies (Austin Hill and Todd Gilliland) and their rookie trading cards. They also discuss the rookie cards for Scott Dixon the IndyCar winner of the 2022 Big Machine Music City Grand Prix. Last but not least the guys discuss Max Verstappen rookie cards since they missed him last week. In the next segment the guys break down the new 2022 Topps Formula 1 Flagship sell sheet. Reviewing the new base parallels, relic parallels and Insert sets. Also new for 2022 are Hobby box toppers. As of this recording these are slated for release September 14, 2022. Finally, there are some interesting eBay auctions in ‘The Kings Court'. Special thanks to our sponsor, Panini America. #thehobby #tradingcards #whodoyoucollect
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!
En este segundo episodio de la semana, los chicos del Podcast Técnica Fórmula 1 dejan de lado lo extradeportivo - que ya analizaron en el primer episodio - y se centran en analizar todo lo que nos ofreció la IndyCar en Nashville. Inicio con dos horas de retraso. Aunque, en principio, se avisó de que, debido a la lluvia la carrera retrasaría una hora su inicio, finalmente fueron dos, por tormentas de rayos en Tenessee. En cualquier caso, finalmente fue una carrera de lo más entretenido, con polémicas por los accidentes que allí sucedieron, momentos claves que hubo que saber ver y estrategias creativas que dieron la victoria a Dixon y el segundo a McLaughlin. Palou, que estuvo cerca de ganar la carrera, terminó en el podio, en tercera posición y, a falta de 3 carreras, todavía conserva opciones a ganar el Campeonato. También, digna de mención la actuación del novato Christinan Lundgard, que finalmente terminaría 8º pero que estuvo en cabeza y luchando con mucha tranquilidad. Así está el Mundial. Como decimos, a falta de 3 carreras para terminar la temporada, todavía hay mucho por decidir. Ahora mismo, sorpresivamente, Will Power es el líder del Campeonato (450 puntos), seguido de Scott Dixon (444) y Marcus Ericssons (438). Newgarden es 4º (428), Palou, 5º (417), McLaughlin, 6º (392), O’Ward, 7º (391), Rossi, 8º (330), Roseqvist, 9º (325) y Herta, 10º (315). La próxima prueba la podremos disfrutar en dos semanas, el día 20, todavía en agosto, en el circuito oval de Bommarito en Madison (Illinois). Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals
This week's episode: A recap of Scott Dixon's win in the Big Machine Music City Grand Prix in Nashville, thoughts on the track vs. the drivers, the championship chase and changes in the event from year one to year two. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Indy 500 winner Tony Kanaan and longtime broadcaster Jack Arute react to a chaotic Music City Grand Prix. Hear from the winner Scott Dixon, who made history in Nashville. NBC Sports' lead IndyCar announcer Leigh Diffey also visits to give his perspective from the booth this season.
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
Tonight on Trackside, Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin discuss a wild and chaotic Big Machine Music City GP in Nashville. Is the course in Nashville too much, or just the right amount of chaos? Kevin and Curt discuss a number of collisions and the conversation around the road circuit, then they discuss the idea of different start times to maximize viewership and get out of the heat. To round out the Music City conversation Kevin and Curt offer stats to show just how special Scott Dixon's career is. Then, Kevin and Curt discuss Felix Rosenqvist's statement about his contract situation with McLaren and his future with the team. They talk about how far the contract issues have gone with McLaren and how that might have caused doubt in the Rosenqvist camp. Our News of the Day, brought to you by the Indianapolis Speedrome and Circle City Raceway, is that there will be some veteran racers doing some stock car racing in the upcoming weeks including Marco Andretti in Charlotte. In the second hour, Kevin and Curt have a discussion about the current series standings. They take a look at the drivers in contention and who might be the favorite based on the races remaining. Then, Kevin and Curt talk about Indy Lights leader Linus Lundqvist and what happens with his future in IndyCar next season followed by more conversation about drivers next year. To round out the show, the guys discuss what listeners are talking about on Twitter, how Big Ten football and basketball rights could impact racing and scheduling news.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Joe Castello and Gio in Miami discuss Kevin Harvick winning the FireKeepers Casino 400 at Michigan to snap a 65-race winless streak and get his 59th career win. Scott Dixon wins at Nashville, 53rd win passes Mario Andretti. Troy's "BIG Money Minute", WFO Fantasy League Results and Standings, SportsCollision, Patreons talk drag racing issues.
The Race IndyCar Podcast delves into controversial crashes, a winner from a lap down with a broken car and Nashville's place on the calendar with the divisive kind of racing it produces on this week's episode. Co-hosts Jack Benyon and JR Hildebrand analyse how Scott Dixon went from being hit and losing a significant chunk of his downforce to winning the Nashville race, and the context of how impressive that is given everything impacting the Chip Ganassi Racing team this year. Hildebrand breaks down the Josef Newgarden/Romain Grosjean controversy from a driver's eye, as the hosts also discuss how this incident may be a result of how IndyCar is policed week-to-week. Some of the pros and cons of the race are also broken down in a bid to look at how good a Nashville IndyCar race is, because the exciting and unpredictable racing is offset by crashes, many cautions and some questionable driving standards.
TinCaps at Lake County tonight, high school football game most excited about in 2022, Tuesday Time Capsule Trivia, Shannon Griffith chats with Leo football coach Jason Doerffler and South Side football coach Guy Lee, and Scott Dixon wins the IndyCar race on the streets of Nashville. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mayhem and carnage seem to be words only used to describe IndyCar at Nashville or “Crashville” as one driver put it. Pit stop strategy out the window throughout the paddock. Congrats to Scott Dixon on a hard fought win. Sitting in second place on the all time win list. Will Power maintains championship lead but the points chase is getting closer and closer. Engage with us on social media!Consider becoming a Patreon supporter at: https://www.patreon.com/turnfourpodcast Twitter: @turnfourpodcas1Instagram: Turn_Four_Podcastwww.turn4podcast.comYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0KqoM_k5JAOjdJs1LMD9cg
Kevin Harvick snaps his 65 race winless streak. Scott Dixon picked up his second win of the season in Nashville. Is Kyle Busch headed to Kaulig Racing in 2023? And we talk a little F1 silly season. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Scott Dixon comes from 14th place to win the Music City Grand Prix and what the future looks like for the race. The Boy's figure out what Charlie Sheens been up to lately and the breakdown of the CFB Preseason Coach's Poll...who's ranked too high and who's ranked to low. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Amy Dash - Audacy Legal Insider discusses the legal issues of Deshaun Watson and possibly the PGA tour. And Indy 500 Champion - Scott Dixon Chip of Ganassi Racing IndyCar Driver chats about his racing history and the upcoming Music City Grand Prix. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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!
Tonight on Trackside, Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin open the show with qualifying for the Gallagher Grand Prix at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. They touch on how Josef Newgarden is feeling on Friday less than a week after his crash. Kevin and Curt discuss the struggles of Chip Ganassi Racing in qualifying and Scott Dixon's comments. Our News of the Day, brought to you by the Indianapolis Speedrome and Circle City Raceway, is that the IMSA sports car championship is returning to Indianapolis Motor Speedway in September 2023. The IMSA Battle on the Bricks will take to the road course for the first time since 2014. Kevin and Curt detail more about the announcement and dive into an IMSA discussion. Chip Ganassi declined to make a comment on Alex Palou, but the two discuss updates in the Palou-Chip Ganassi situation, specifically the legal side of things. To round out a full week of Trackside, Kevin and Curt discuss a Racer report about next year's IndyCar schedule, answer Twitter questions and get you ready for a weekend of racing!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
NasCardRadio Episode 106: The guys review last week's New Hampshire Motor Speedway Xfinity (Justin Allgaier) and Cup (Christopher Bell) winners, highest finishing rookies (Sheldon Creed and Austin Cindric) and their rookie trading cards. They also discuss the IndyCar Honda Indy Toronto winner Scott Dixon, now with a record number of wins, and his rookie cards. In the next segment the guys discuss the wrapper redemptions at the National and the upcoming change to Panini's redemption program. In the next segment the guys take a look at current prices for the 2020 Topps Now Formula One #3 Lewis Hamilton and the last Goldin auction results for Formula One cards. Finally, there are some interesting eBay auctions in ‘The Kings Court'. Special thanks to our sponsor, Panini America. #thehobby #tradingcards #whodoyoucollect
Indy 500 winner Tony Kanaan and longtime broadcaster Jack Arute react to IndyCar's return to the Toronto streets. Chip Ganassi Racing driver Scott Dixon joins the show to discuss his 52nd career victory, tying Mario Andretti for second in all-time wins. We breakdown the ongoing drama between Alex Palou's contract dispute, as well as preview the upcoming doubleheader at Iowa.@IndyCar @TonyKanaan @JackOnSports @scottdixon9
Último episodio de la semana en el Podcast Técnica Fórmula 1. Una semana que ha venido cargada de noticias y de material muy bueno para que los chicos del Podcast puedan debatir y hacer sus análisis. En este último episodio de la semana le llega el turno al análisis de la carrera de la IndyCar en Toronto y, como no podía ser de otra manera, a todo el revuelo que se ha levantado alrededor del contrato de Alex Palou, vigente campeón de la competición. Una carrera muy estratégica. Como de costumbre en la Indy, el fin de semana pasado disfrutamos de un gran espectáculo en Toronto. No tan bueno como ha venido siendo habitual en anteriores carreras pero, para ser una pista en la que no es fácil adelantar, la carrera estuvo muy bien a nivel estratégico. La carrera la ganó Scott Dixon, seguido muy de cerca por Colton Herta y Felix Rosenqvist. Con esta victoria, Dixon iguala en número de victorias a Andretti, un hecho histórico. En el caso de Palou, minimizó daños pensando en el campeonato. Y es que, debido a un fallo de motor durante la clasificación del sábado, el piloto partía 22: terminaría 6º y con muy buenas luchas en pista, entre otros, contra Ericsson, que sigue en cabeza de la clasificación de pilotos y que terminó 5º. Tras esta carrera, como decimos más estratégica que vistosa, Ericsson sigue encabezando el Campeontao, con 351 puntos, seguido de Will Power (316) y Palou (314). Tras ellos, Newgarden y Dixon (307), O’ward (276), McLaughlin (274), Herta (254), Rosenqvist (244) y Pagenaud cierra la clasificación mundial de los 10 primeros con 243 puntos. Polémica y carreras. Este fin de semana volveremos a disfrutar de la Indy. Y no con una, sino con dos carreras (sábado y domingo) en Iowa. Pero no podíamos dejar de hablar de la mayor polémica en años de la Indy. Y es que nadie se aclara con el equipo en el que correrá Palou el año próximo. Chip Ganassi dice que seguirá con ellos - así lo hicieron público en Twitter - pero el español se apresuró a decir que no tenían permiso para hacer ese comunicado. Poco después Arrow-McLaren comunicaba que estará con ellos, en la misma red social. Algo complicado, pues el contrato de Palou con Ganassi, en caso de romperse, generaría una buena indemnización para el equipo… aunque, quién sabe, porque los hay que dicen que Palou no ha cobrado lo prometido por ser Campeón el año pasado. Cuestiones burocráticas más que de otro tipo aparte, el trasfondo del asunto es mucho más jugoso: con Colton Herta probando un F1 del año pasado en Portimao con el equipo Arrow-McLaren y con la visión de negocio de Zack Brown (y los malos resultados que está obteniendo Ricciardo, por otra parte) hay quienes dicen que el movimiento de Palou le acerca a la F1… Al fin y al cabo la Indy siempre estará ahí y le permitirá (veamos el caso de Castroneves o Dixon) competir con más edad. Pero el tren de la Fórmula 1 sólo pasa una vez. Seguiremos atentos a lo que pasa en las próximas semanas. Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals
This week's episode: A recap of Scott Dixon's Honda Indy Toronto win at Exhibition Place, the latest on Alex Palou's contract drama and Felix Rosenqvist's IndyCar future, another update on a third engine manufacturer plus a preview of this weekend's doubleheader at Iowa Speedway. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tonight on Trackside, Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin look back on last weekend's Toronto race, won by Scott Dixon. They discuss the Ice Man's legendary career and longevity, after he tied Mario Andretti for second-most IndyCar wins and captured a victory for the 18th straight season. Kevin and Curt talk about the championship race, and if Dixon can win his seventh title. They talk about what to expect for Iowa, including how Chip Ganassi Racing struggled at an earlier test. They continue to talk about the ongoing Alex Palou saga, where (if anywhere) he might be driving next season, and what Felix Rosenqvist's future holds with McLaren. Kevin and Curt pay tribute to former USAC star Bobby East, who was killed last week in California. Our News of the Day, brought to you by the Indianapolis Speedrome and Circle City Raceway is the upcoming doubleheader at Iowa Speedway and the promotion that Hy-Vee put into the event. Later, they talk about the “Hate Cauldron” from the Toronto TV broadcast, and how Alexander Rossi found himself at the center of controversy once again. To wrap up, they take listener questions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week's The Race IndyCar Podcast examines the latest in the Alex Palou saga, as McLaren and Ganassi continue to fight over his services in 2023, and provides reaction to Scott Dixon's composed Toronto victory - a win which gets his season back on track. Coming into the weekend, Dixon had finished in the top 10 in all but one race this year but it wasn't until Sunday that he finally reached the top step of the podium again, capturing the 52nd victory of his career to equal Mario Andretti on the all-time list. Hosts Jack Benyon and JR Hildebrand discuss the New Zealander's topsy turvy season to date and what this victory will do for him going forwards. Colton Herta's fresh start is also assessed as he delivered a second-place in the kind of scenario he's lost out before through mistakes, while Graham Rahal, David Malukas and Callum Ilott are also discussed after interesting weekends. And of course there's plenty of chat about Alex Palou, including reaction to the Spaniard's pre-race comments on his contract situation, plus debut IndyCar podium finisher Felix Rosenqvist's comments after the race that Palou may not even race next year. And finally, Jack and JR reflect on the previous episode which ranked the top 10 drivers of the first half of the season. 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