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A Lifetime In NASCAR features NASCAR historians Ben White and Jerry Bonkowski taking a look at the current events of NASCAR through the lens of the past. Some of the topics we've covered thus far: 1) What was Silly Season like in the golden age of NASCAR? 2) How would NASCAR Reddit have reacted to NASCAR's greatest moments of the 90s? Join these historians as they tackle the NASCAR timeline from an all-new perspective.
We're back and in this episode we talk about the silly season! What is the silly season? We'll let's just say it has something to do with the off-season, the winter, and making sure you get optimal trigger time during this cold,dark part of the year in this hemisphere. We also discuss mighty, mini fun in RC as well as an update on RCAmigo's Monster Mash and of course, what episode would be complete without a rally chat? Welcome back! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ohcanadarc/message
It's a special edition of the Politically Georgia Podcast. AJC political insider Greg Bluestein is joined by city hall reporters Wilborn P. Nobles III and J.D. Capelouto to continue our in-depth coverage of the Race for City Hall. In this episode we look at what has really mattered from an onslaught of mayoral debates in the last week. Why Kasim Reed and Felicia Moore are starting to separate themselves and what to the other candidates need to do to pick off undecided voters. We also dig into what our journalists found asking residents of seven Atlanta neighborhoods what they want from the next mayor. Finally why this is considered silly season in the campaign.
One of the highlights of this week's show was Ben White telling a story on how he wanted to do an exclusive interview with former NASCAR great Harry Gant. But the only way Ben could get the interview was if he agreed to help Harry build a fence around his property, with Harry putting Ben to work digging fence post holes. It's a hilarious story, trust us. A Lifetime In NASCAR features NASCAR historians Ben White and Jerry Bonkowski taking a look at the current events of NASCAR through the lens of the past. Some of the topics we've covered thus far: 1) What was Silly Season like in the golden age of NASCAR? 2) How would NASCAR Reddit have reacted to NASCAR's greatest moments of the 90s? Join these historians as they tackle the NASCAR timeline from an all-new perspective.
Presented by Pro Taper In spite of there being no racing last weekend, there was a lot to talk about on today's Kickstart Podcast presented by Pro Taper. Our very own Michael Antonovich got to the bottom of the Supercross Vaccine Mandate rumors over the weekend so we discuss the ins and outs of that, as well as cover all of the surprising silly season switches and empty slots that we know about. ARay went home to Tennessee over the weekend so we got to hear about home cooking and all the weight he's put on in the off-season, and swap talks about the rope between two trees that he got taken out by last week. Haha!
This week on Trackside, Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin discuss Bubba Wallace's historic win Monday at Talladega, as he became the first Black driver to win in the NASCAR Cup Series since 1963. They look ahead to IndyCar testing at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway this week, with Jimmie Johnson reportedly taking his rookie test for the Indy 500 Wednesday. The guys debate how the seven-time NASCAR Cup champion would perform on ovals after a lackluster IndyCar rookie season on road and street courses. Kevin and Curt talk about the plan for the Detroit Grand Prix to move back to its original downtown layout and away from Belle Isle in 2023. They also discuss the possibility of IndyCar racing on the new F1 street course in Miami, and if the famed Long Beach Grand Prix could move from its traditional April date to the fall. Later in the show, Kevin and Curt continue to break down IndyCar's Silly Season, including where Indy Lights champion Kyle Kirkwood could end up, rumors of a Toyota return to IndyCar and if Kyle Larson could end up racing in the Indy 500. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A Lifetime In NASCAR features NASCAR historians Ben White and Jerry Bonkowski taking a look at the current events of NASCAR through the lens of the past. What was Silly Season like in the golden age of NASCAR? How would NASCAR Reddit have reacted to NASCAR's greatest moments of the 90's? Join these historians as they tackle the NASCAR timeline from an all-new perspective.
Tune in for an Aussie Mailboxboxbox and some breaking news! Listeners hit us up about how they're still buzzing and doing shoeys after Daniel Ricciardo's win at the F1 Italian Grand Prix. There were also more thoughts on Sergio Perez's tuna pizza. With only one seat seemingly available on the grid, the Silly Season rumors are swirling at Alfa Romeo. Antonio Giovinazzi and Guanyu Zhou have Italy and China in a bidding war. Martin Whitmarsh was announced as Aston Martin Performance Technologies Group CEO, and Larry Stroll is already demanding Championships and a 1 billion pound valuation in 4-5 years. Lewis Hamilton was spared injury in the Maxxident by the halo's London Bus vertical load requirement (or 109 Arnold Schwarzeneggers). Daniel Ricciardo spilled the beans to GQ about his race day diet, and it doesn't actually include beans. Of course, we inevitably discuss pee and poop around Esteban Ocon's piss test and Charles Leclerc's diarrhea. The last couple weeks have also been difficult for squirrels. Romain Grosjean gets some praise for another podium in IndyCar at Laguna Seca. Finally, we close out the episode with Helmut on Helmets breaking down the lovely lids at Monza. SUBSCRIBE to Purple Sector wherever you get your podcasts FOLLOW @PurpleSectorPod on Instagram and Twitter CALL/TEXT Purple Sector at +1 904-8-PURPLE
On today's episode of No Brakes, Trey and Graydon break down everything from the recent Formula 1 triple-header, including Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton crashing at Monza, McLaren's orange and blue 1-2, and all the driver movement during F1's Silly Season. Subscribe to No Dunks on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/NoDunksInc Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Eric returns with his thoughts on the big races at Daytona and Darlington. Doug, Dan, and him also placate the knee-jerk Richmond criticism. The crew also debates the JGR hype and the Hendrick hiccups and covers the 2022 new schedule, including the Clash in L.A. They also discuss Silly Season in IndyCar, NASCAR, and F1 and the Lewis vs. Max crash in Monza.
Tonight on Trackside, Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin look back on the wild and unpredictable Grand Prix of Portland, in which Alex Palou earned his third win of the season and regained the lead in the point standings. The guys discuss the first lap incident where Palou was shuffled back to 16th and the confusion surrounding the reordering of the field after the first turn caution. They also debate what changes IndyCar could make to the start at Portland, which has seen a number of lap one incidents over the years. They break down Pato O'Ward's speed issues from Portland and the potential for his team to switch an engine for the final two races of the season. Later in the show, Kevin and Curt look at the championship implications with two races to go, as Palou leads O'Ward by 25 points. Finally a preview for the potential 2022 IndyCar and NASCAR schedules, which are both expected to be released soon. They also look at the newest Silly Season rumors and news, including where Ryan Hunter-Reay could end up next season. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tune in for our F1 Italian Grand Prix at Monza! The MailBoxBoxBox is loaded with listener reviews and Formula Brunch talk. The news cycle has also heated up with Silly Season movements. Valtteri Bottas, George Russell, and Alex Albon all have new seats for 2022. Ross Brawn agrees with us on Sergio Perez not deserving Driver of the Day in Zandvoort. We also talk lots of pizza after revisiting Sergio Perez's red onion, french fry, tuna pie in Italy a couple years ago. A Lewis Hamilton impostor also scammed fans on the Gram. Finally, we preview the Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix by discussing a Pirelli accident, Monza weather, Max Verstappen struggling at the Temple of Speed, and some new liveries for this weekend. Get ready for another sprint format! Are you still there, RyGuy? SUBSCRIBE to Purple Sector wherever you get your podcasts FOLLOW @PurpleSectorPod on Instagram and Twitter CALL/TEXT Purple Sector at +1 904-8-PURPLE
This week on the Cut to the Race news roundup show, the trio are back to review the Dutch GP and preview the Italian Grand Prix and of course, cover the chaos that has been silly season over the past week.The team are joined by Andy from The Grand Prix Podcast, following Dan losing his bet that Bottas would remain at Mercedes, and he helps break down all the talking points from the last week.Bottas to Alfa Romeo, Russell to Mercedes and Albon to Williams are to name but a few.Predictions are of course made, and we look forward to the Italian Grand Prix!Follow FormulaNerds www.Facebook.com/FormulaNerds www.twitter.com/FormulaNerds www.instagram.com/FormulaNerds www.formulanerds.com
Cali Formula 1 Episode 22; Silly Season. George Russell and Valtteri Bottas move. Latifi stays and the return of Alex Albon to F1! Plus we preview Monza. As expected, George Russell finally gets his seat at Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton has a new teammate and competitor to tangle with. Valtteri Bottas stays in F1 and moves to Alfa Romeo but how successful will they be at giving him a great car? What is next for Antonio Giovinazzi? Nicholas Latifi gets to drive one more year at Williams.Albono, aka Alex Albon will be returning to F1 and will be driving the Williams as well! What is going on at Haas between Schumacher and Mazepin?Plus we preview Monza. All this and more Formula 1 talk!Mercedes | Lewis Hamilton, Valtteri Bottas Red Bull | Max Verstappen, Sergio Perez McLaren | Daniel Ricciardo, Lando Norris Aston Martin | Lance Stroll, Sebastian Vettel Alpine | Esteban Ocon , Fernando Alonso Ferrari | Carlos Sainz Jr , Charles Leclerc AlphaTauri | Pierre Gasly , Yuki Tsunoda Alfa Romeo | Kimi Raikkonen , Antonio Giovinazzi Haas | Mick Schumacher, Nikita Mazepin Williams | George Russell , Nicholas Latifi
Dom has a hot take about Mustangs. Formula 1 silly season is officially alive and well - Kimi retires, Bottas to Alfa, and Russell to Mercedes. There is a new flagship AMG out so we give our first opinions of the Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S E Performance 4Matic+, which is quite possibly the longest name of a car. Lastly we wrap things up with an update on our ChampCar endeavors.
Welcome to Episode 25 of the Everything Moto Racing podcast! We hope you enjoy it! In this episode we discuss some silly season rumours, letting you in on some secrets, the Toprak vs Rea track limits drama, Vinales making his Aprilia debut plus much much more!
Cali Formula 1 Episode 21; Super Max Verstappen; Max rides the Orange Wave to a dominating win at Zandvoort and take the F1 Championship lead. Kimi retires, Silly Season is upon us and more.Max Verstappen, cheered on by the Orange Army take the win at the Dutch Grand Prix and take the lead in the Formula 1 Championship.Lewis Hamilton and Valttei Bottas finish on the podium but left to question team strategy. Fernando Alonso shows why he is a head of the rest when it comes to racing intelligence.Sergio Perez makes up for a qualifying disaster and gets Driver of the Day.Ferrari has a steady performance while McLaren loses its focus. Silly season is upon us and we wonder where George Russell, Valtteri, Alex Albon, Antonio Giovanazzi, Nicholas Latifi and others will end up!All this and more Formula 1 talk!Mercedes | Lewis Hamilton, Valtteri Bottas Red Bull | Max Verstappen, Sergio Perez McLaren | Daniel Ricciardo, Lando Norris Aston Martin | Lance Stroll, Sebastian Vettel Alpine | Esteban Ocon , Fernando Alonso Ferrari | Carlos Sainz Jr , Charles Leclerc AlphaTauri | Pierre Gasly , Yuki Tsunoda Alfa Romeo | Kimi Raikkonen , Antonio Giovinazzi Haas | Mick Schumacher, Nikita Mazepin Williams | George Russell , Nicholas Latifi
Tune in for our preview of the F1 Dutch Grand Prix! We start things off by opening the MailBoxBoxBox to discuss Belgian Brunch, Zak Brown's McLaren bets, and Lewis Hamilton's poop peccadillos. Then it's time for some news involving Kimi Raikkonen announcing his Formula 1 retirement, Silly Season rumors, Valtteri Bottas never getting a multi-year deal, and some fun news about the Miami Grand Prix. Next, we discuss some fun facts about Zandvoort (specifically, the short pit lane and banked turns). All the journalists and photographers are raving about the bean machines, and we do a deep dive on coffee. Promoters are asking all the spectators to ride bikes to the track. Track limits won't factor in because the circuit actually uses gravel runoff. A dildo company has a huge banner near the Tarzan corner with a purple vibrator. The Orange Army are donning orange capes. Drivers have mixed opinions about the impending fog of orange flares. Basically, this weekend is going to be crazy! Finally, we build the Formula Brunch menu and give a free lesson in Dutch pronunciations. Holland will serve up some great options when it comes to both brew and chew! How nuts will the fans go if Max Verstappen wins? How nuts will the fans be if Lewis Hamilton wins?! SUBSCRIBE to Purple Sector wherever you get your podcasts FOLLOW @PurpleSectorPod on Instagram and Twitter CALL/TEXT Purple Sector at +1 904-8-PURPLE
Hoje encerram-se, em simultâneo, o ciclo dos filmes de lobisomens e o ciclo de Agosto de Cinema Pelo Mundo. Cabe a honra à estreia cinematográfica de Neil Marshall que, não sendo o redescobrir da roda, é uma estreia bem decente, violenta e musculada. Pena ter-se estragado com este Hellboy manhoso, enfim... E assim termina a Silly Season e mais um ano de árdua labuta nos espera.
Kevin and Curt remember our friend Robin Miller, who passed away last week at the age of 71. Kevin and Curt discuss Robin's huge influence in Indianapolis over the past 50 years and his unique personality and generosity. Curt tells stories of his time at the IndyStar with Robin and Kevin looks back on his time working with Robin at WIBC in the mid-90s and how Grid Walks came to IndyCar TV broadcasts in 2011. They continue to break down Silly Season, including the Racer.com report that Romain Grosjean will drive for Andretti Autosport in the number 28 Honda in 2022. The guys give a shoutout to Myles Rowe, who became the first Black driver to win an IndyCar-sanctioned race this past weekend in USF2000, and mention the NHRA U.S. Nationals, which return to Lucas Oil Raceway this weekend. In the second hour, Kevin and Curt dig more into free agency rumors, including if Simon Pagenaud could end up at Meyer Shank Racing and the potential for Kyle Larson to run the Indy 500 for Team Penske. Late in the show, the guys talk about Jimmie Johnson's test at Texas and if the seven-time NASCAR Cup champ could be in line to race in the Indy 500 next year. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
46:18: It’s the ‘Silly Season’ when Britain’s press is traditionally full of tales of UFOs, Nazis and Nessie, so we take a look at the rise and fall of the ‘Season of Silliness’ before taking in various oddments of pop culture, ranging from more bat-shit crazy Japanese video strangeness, Nazi zombies, gardening serial killers and […]
While August may be thought of as “The Silly Season” for the mainstream press, here we take our journalistic responsibilities seriously and what could be more important that welcoming some newcomers to St Elwick's in this week's Local Lives. Important notice re Birdman Menace also found within. By Mike Wozniak Guest appearance by Nico Tatarowicz Produced by Joel Porter
This week on Trackside, Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin recap Saturday night's IndyCar race at World Wide Technology Raceway outside of St. Louis, including how Josef Newgarden earned his 20th career win. They discuss the championship implications from the Bommarito Automotive Group 500 as Pato O'Ward took the lead in the standings after Alex Palou got caught up in a crash. Kevin and Curt look at Colton Herta's half shaft issues which dashed his hopes of winning, and break down a pair of controversial crashes; one involving Rinus VeeKay, Palou and Scott Dixon and the other between Graham Rahal and Ed Jones. Later in the first hour, they break down the oval debut for Romain Grosjean and whether or not he will be full-time in the NTT IndyCar Series next year. In the second hour, the guys predict what the 2022 schedule will look like and break down the latest Silly Season rumors, including which Indy Lights drivers could make the jump to IndyCar next year. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Everyone assumed Maverick Vinales would race for Aprilia next season - but will he race again for Yamaha this one? We talk about Mav's announcement, Petronas skipping out on SRT, Brad Binder's daring win - and more! The Rundown:- MotoGP News:- Maverick Vinales is headed to Aprilia for 2022 - is it the right move?- Your Comments on the Vinales situation - and who should have been looking out for him- Will Cal Crutchlow and Jake Dixon both be on MotoGP bikes in Silverstone?- What will Yamaha do for the rest of the season?- SRT Loses Petronas as a Sponsor - could Yamaha have prevented it? - Comments - your thoughts on the AustrianGP, Young Talent and Silly Season signings, and more- Pics and Video!Be sure to check out the website at Motoweek.net, follow on Twitter @motoweek and Instagram @motoweekusa - and like the show and leave your comments on Facebook at facebook.com/motoweek or on Reddit at r/motoweekAnd you can support the show on Patreon at patreon.com/motoweekThanks for listening!
Kevin and Curt look back on the action-packed weekend at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, including the controversial ending to the Verizon 200 at the Brickyard, and whether or not the Cup Series should return to the road course in 2022. The guys discuss the convergence of IndyCar and NASCAR at IMS with fans for the first time, and if the curbing issues were the fault of the track or the drivers. They recap Will Power's first victory of the season, and what other first-time winners we can expect in the final four races of the year. The guys look at the IndyCar point standings after Alex Palou's mechanical failure, and preview this Saturday night's IndyCar race at World Wide Technology Raceway, just across the river from St. Louis. Later in the second hour, they preview IndyCar scheduling news, as Iowa Speedway could potentially be added to the 2022 slate with an announcement upcoming Thursday, and more Silly Season rumors. Kevin and Curt talk about the career resurgence for A.J. Allmendinger, the deep connections to IMS for Xfinity Series winner Austin Cindric, and then close out the show with a tribute to Bob Jenkins, whose memorial service was Monday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 207: Summer break is over in the NASCAR world! Kenny talks about his trip to Watkins Glen International and Rene as always talks about his super exciting weekend! The pair will of course discuss all the racing action and the latest Silly Season news! #AllTurnsNoBrakes
Wednesday on Trackside, Kevin and Curt preview this weekend's IndyCar/NASCAR triple header at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and catch up on listener questions. Questions include clarification about working on your car during a red flag, potential changes to the Nashville street circuit, logistics for the upcoming weekend at IMS, and a tidbit about Graham Rahal's success. In the second segment, the guys discuss recent Silly Season rumors, including the potential for Simon Pagenaud to move to Meyer Shank Racing in 2022, and where Ryan Hunter-Reay and Romain Grosjean could be driving next season. Later, the guys talk about how engineers play into driver moves, and if Conor Daly could be back with Ed Carpenter Racing next year.Finally, Kevin previews Thursday's show, including excitement about the massive 28-car entry list for the Big Machine Spiked Coolers Grand Prix. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We delve into the stories that aired in the UK from Monday 2nd to Friday 6th August Have we reached the ‘Silly Season' of EastEnders this week? Kat's legs forgot to work while turning off the gramophone, Nancy and Frankie get full bed and board at the most in the Walford nick, oh and did we mention Whitney's kicking and screaming into a music career!? All this and more on your EastEnders Podcast! If you enjoy listening or watching us and would like to support the show please join our Patreon - To learn more or Subscribe visit: patreon.com/walfordweekly TIME STAMPS - (We ramble on sometimes, so it's worth listening to the whole show!) 00:00 - Hello and Welcome to Walford Weekly! 02:09 - “Billy Bother” - Feat. Kat, Billy, Jay, Phil and Denise 15:01 - “Tiff Tumbles” - Feat. Tiff, Bernie, Keegan, Dotty, Kheerat and Gray 28:36 - “Lola Steps Back” - Feat. Ruby, Jean and Martin 33:33 - “Nancy Nicked” - Feat. Frankie, Nancy, Linda, Zack and Mick 46:27 - “Whitney's Warble” - Feat. Jen (The Record Producer), Whitney, Terry and Shrimpy 51:46 - “Harvey's House” - Feat. Dana, Bobby, Terry and Harvey Want more EastEnders goodness? Find, follow and get in touch with us here: Twitter: @WalfordWeekly Instagram: @WalfordWeekly Facebook Group: ‘Walford Weekly Podcast' Patreon: patreon.com/walfordweekly Keep updated with news about our podcast too by Subscribing on your favourite Podcast app!
Silly season is here! Ash is bringing you some good good research by sliding into your brain with Colorado's tourist-eating Slide-Rock Bolter, and Chris is dropping in to talk about everyone's favorite cranky little koala-like creature, the Drop Bear!
Tonight on Trackside, Kevin and Curt look ahead to this weekend's much anticipated Music City Grand Prix in Nashville and where it ranks in most anticipated debut events. The guys talk about the logistics for track preparation for the street course and predict who they expect to perform well this weekend. In the second hour of the show, Kevin and Curt discuss the news that Juncos Hollinger Racing will join the NTT IndyCar Series full-time in 2022. They continue to talk about Silly Season, including the possibility of seeing Paretta Autosport on track later this year, who could fill the seat for Juncos Hollinger Racing and whether or not Conor Daly and Rinus VeeKay will be back with Ed Carpenter Racing next season. They discuss rumors for next year, including a potential doubleheader at Iowa Speedway and unconfirmed car and driver combinations for 2022. Finally, Curt and Kevin pay tribute to James Vasser, father of Jimmy, and speak about our friend Robin Miller's health battles. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The whole gang is back to discuss Watkins Glen favorites and if Hendrick got too hot, too soon. They also break down the Truck Series standings before the regular season finale, Eric's 2021 superlatives, Trackhouse inking Chastain, and the insane and entertaining Formula 1 storylines.
Today on BRING IT IN, TrueHoop’s Henry Abbott and David Thorpe talk about Team USA’s odds of winning gold and then take a deep dive into NBA free agency.RECENT BRING IT IN EPISODES:FRIDAY July 30, 2021 They had a big old NBA draft, the Wizards and Lakers’ huge deal, Thorpe’s draft review, and a phone call from Damian Lillard.MONDAY July 26, 2021 David on Team USA’s loss to France in the Olympics.FRIDAY July 23, 2021 It’s a party! After all those months of lockdown, Jarod Hector, Adena Jones, and Henry Abbott gather in person at Judy’s house—with David Thorpe on Zoom from Florida, for a special BRING IT IN.MONDAY July 19, 2021 Tom Haberstroh wonders if Devin Booker made choices that defied The Art of War and set the stage for Jrue Holiday’s series-altering steal late in Game 5.FRIDAY July 16, 2021 Damian Lillard, the Blazers, and the Blazers’ rape investigation.MONDAY July 12, 2021 Henry Abbott and David Thorpe break down Giannis’ insane Finals so far.THURSDAY July 8, 2021 Henry Abbott and David Thorpe talk about winning the Finals. This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at www.truehoop.com/subscribe
Old guys rule! Cal Crutchlow is coming back to MotoGP to join Dani Pedrosa in Austria, while Jonathan Rea contemplates a move to the Premiere Class. We talk about Silly Season rumors, the latest MotoGP News, your comments, and Part 3 of the Midseason Review - with Moto2 and Moto3The Rundown- MotoGP News:- Cal Crutchlow is coming back! He COULD be valuable to Yamaha - we talk about why he won't- Jonathan Rea in MotoGP? The rumors have started again- Garrett Gerloff signs a new SBK contract - what options are left for Petronas?- Comments! Dani Pedrosa, Franco Morbidelli, the army of Ducatis on the grid next season and more!- Pics and Video- The Motoweek Mid-Season Review, Part 3: we talk about the top riders in Moto2 and Moto3Find all of the latest episodes on the website at Motoweek.net, follow on Twitter @motoweek and Instagram @motoweekUSA - and follow the show and leave your comments on Facebook at facebook.com/motoweek.net or on Reddit at r/motoweekAnd you can support the show on Patreon at patreon.com/motoweekThanks for listening!
We recap everything that's gone dahn in Free Agency & all of the trades changing the landscape of the league. Join us for a full rundahn & see who made the best moves & who looks silly. Will MAF play for Chicago? Where will Jack Eichel end up? We try to answer that & much more. If you enjoy listening to the podcast try watching along at YouTube.com/ThatsHockeyTalk
Encore Interview: Kyle Petty - We break down all of the driver movement for 2022, Jimmie Johnson testing for Indy 500 run?, a new Logano coming, NextGen tests Texas, Toyota wrecks their NextGen, plus Fantasy NASCAR secrets from Rowdy Dragon. Hosted by Kerry Murphey and Toby Christie. Support the show: http://patreon.com/thefinallap See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tonight on Trackside, Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin open the show discussing Helio Castroneves returning to INDYCAR full time for 2022 with Meyer Shank Racing. They look through possibilities of a second driver candidate for the team to race alongside Castroneves. Kevin details where MSR's Jack Harvey could end up. Silly Season discussion continues as Kevin and Curt talk about potential drivers for Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing and landing spots for Takuma Sato, Oliver Askew and Ryan Hunter-Reay. More potential free agents discussed include Simon Pagenaud, Marcus Ericsson and Romain Grosjean. In the second hour, Kevin and Curt look ahead to the brand new Nashville street circuit and the excitement surrounding the Music City Grand Prix. They also take questions about the 2022 INDYCAR schedule, the Peacock streaming service and Kyle Kirkwood's future. In the final segments, Kevin talks about the future driver lineups for Arrow McLaren SP and Dale Coyne Racing with Vasser-Sullivan. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.