New Track Record
Hosted by Caleb Hatch and Justin Kenny
New Track Record is a weekly show where hosts Caleb Hatch and Justin Kenny bring you the latest news and rumors on the sport of IndyCar racing. From race-by-race breakdowns to the hottest off-season rumors, this is the place to keep you in the know.
Adam Stern on the Video Game, TV Deal and a Third OEM
This week's episode: Adam Stern of Sports Business Journal joins to discuss the IndyCar video game coming in 2023, the next focus on getting a docuseries, the latest on the next TV deal and the ongoing search for a third[...]
2021 Mid-Ohio Recap
This week's episode: A recap of the Honda 200 at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course won by Josef Newgarden, factors behind the rise in TV ratings for IndyCar this year and the latest silly season news and rumors. See omnystudio.com/listener for[...]
2021 IndyCar Mid-Season Grades
This week's episode: Our midseason letter grades for every full-time IndyCar team. Plus, the latest on the IndyCar silly season and what Chip Ganassi selling his NASCAR team could mean for his IndyCar team. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
2021 Road America Recap
This week's episode: A recap of the REV Group Grand Prix at Road America won by Alex Palou, more on Penske and Andretti Autosport's struggles, there won't be a replacement race for Toronto, Ryan Norman will get his first IndyCar[...]
2021 Detroit Recap
This week's episode: A recap of the Detroit doubleheader races won by Marcus Ericsson and Pato O'Ward, our thoughts on the second red flag, another former F1 driver is set to join the field, an IndyCar TV contract update, more[...]
Mike Shank on the Indy 500 Win
This week's episode: Meyer Shank Racing owner Michael Shank joins to discuss the Indy 500 win, his sports car program, more races for Helio Castroneves, moving forward with the rest of the season after the Indy 500 and future plans[...]
2021 Indy 500 Recap
This week's episode: A recap of Helio Castroneves' win in the 105th Running of the Indianapolis 500. Plus, a new rumor on a possible third engine manufacturer for IndyCar. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Doug Boles on Fans Returning to the Indy 500
New episode: Indianapolis Motor Speedway President Doug Boles joins to discuss protocols in place for fans for Sunday's Indy 500, the return of fans after last year, the depth of the field this year, the possibility of a title sponsor[...]
Indy 500 Qualifying Recap and Race Preview
New episode: A recap of Indy 500 qualifying including struggles for Penske, confusion on Dalton Kellett's run Saturday and the Fast 9. Plus, a look at contenders for the race on Sunday and our picks to win the 105th running[...]
Stefan Wilson on His Return to the Indy 500
New episode: Stefan Wilson, driver of the no. 25 Andretti Autosport Honda, joins to discuss his return to racing in the Indy 500 after a hiatus, how he found his sponsor LOHLA SPORT, partnering with Don Cusick, a Seinfeld connection[...]
Jack Harvey on Qualifying, Helio and Baking
New episode: Jack Harvey, driving the no. 60 Meyer Shank Racing Honda, joins to discuss the bizarre incident in qualifying, searching for that first IndyCar win, having Helio Castroneves as a teammate and his passion for baking. See omnystudio.com/listener for[...]
Sage Karam on His 8th Indy 500 Start
New episode: Sage Karam, driver of the no. 24 Dreyer & Reinbold Racing Chevrolet, joins to discuss surviving the last row shootout on Sunday, qualifying 31st yet again, how he feels his car is in race trim and how this[...]
2021 Indy GP Recap
This week's episode: A recap of the GMR Grand Prix won by Rinus VeeKay. Plus, the series extends its deal with title sponsor NTT, a bizarre start to practice on Thursday and our predictions for pole and who gets bumped[...]
2021 Indy 500 Entry List Announced
This week's episode: The entry list for the 2021 Indy 500 is announced, and we make our early predictions for who is bumped, who wins and dark horse picks. Also, CBS Sports could be the next TV home for IndyCar[...]
2021 Texas Recap
This week's episode: A recap of the Texas doubleheader won by Scott Dixon and Pato O'Ward. Plus, thoughts on the problems of racing at Texas and a look at the future of ovals in IndyCar as a whole.
2021 St. Pete Recap
This week's episode: a recap of the Firestone Grand Prix and St. Petersburg won by Colton Herta. Plus more on future TV rights for IndyCar.
2021 Barber Recap and Indy 500 Attendance Set
This week's episode: a recap of the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama won by Alex Palou. Also, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway announces this year's Indy 500 will have capacity set at up to 40 percent or 135,000 fans.
2021 IndyCar Season Preview
This week's episode: A preview of the 2021 NTT IndyCar Series season with predictions, plus more on TV contracts, engines and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway is sending out a request to ticket holders on their attendance ahead of this year's[...]
IMS Testing Day 1 Recap
This week's episode: A recap of the first day of testing at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, a rundown of all of the driver announcements and a look at the number of entries for this year's Indy 500.
Rob Howden Previews the 2021 Road To Indy Season
This week's episode: Road To Indy Insider Rob Howden joins to discuss the depth of Indy Lights in 2021, the addition of even more cars for the grid, Logan Sargeant's plans in American open-wheel racing and next week's open test[...]
Bumping to Return for the 2021 Indy 500
This week's episode: Bumping is set to return for this year's Indy 500 with 35-36 entries expected, guesses on Indy 500 attendance capacity limits, and A.J. Foyt Racing signs a new primary sponsor.
John Oreovicz on “Indy Split”
This week's episode: Longtime motorsports journalist John Oreovicz joins to discuss his upcoming book "Indy Split" that tells the story behind the CART/IRL split in 1996. The book is available for pre-order on Octane Press.
Top Gun Racing, iRacing and Race Weekend Schedule Changes
This week's episode: Top Gun Racing is set to run this year's Indy 500 with RC Enerson with plans for a full-time campaign in 2022, INDYCAR announces this year's iRacing Challenge and more changes to race weekend schedules.
Chris Medland on Grosjean, Haas and the F1 to IndyCar Pipeline
This week's episode: Racer F1 writer Chris Medland joins to discuss Romain Grosjean moving from F1 to IndyCar, his former team owner's comments on sponsoring a ride, who is next to move from F1 to IndyCar, the latest on F1[...]
Testing, Takebacks and Toronto
This week's episode: Romain Grosjean completes his first IndyCar test at Barber Motorsports Park, Haas F1 owner Gene Haas says he was set to sponsor Grosjean in IndyCar before the Bahrain crash, and there is a chance that the Toronto[...]
100 Days Out From the Indy 500
This week's episode: We look at car count projections and fan attendance expectations about 100 days out from this year's Indy 500. Plus, F1 is interested in returning to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in the future.
Simona De Silvestro on Her Return to the Indy 500
This week's episode: Simona De Silvestro joins to discuss her Indy 500 ride with Paretta Autosport, returning to IndyCar, what she has been up to since racing at IMS in 2015 and her 2021 racing plans. Plus, Charlie Kimball is[...]
Romain Grosjean Confirmed to IndyCar
This week's episode: Romain Grosjean is confirmed to run and street course races for Dale Coyne Racing with Rick Ware Racing. Plus, a look at the depth of the IndyCar field now compared to the past and Ferrari turns down[...]
Hinchcliffe, Jones Land IndyCar Rides
This week's episode: James Hinchcliffe and Ed Jones land full season IndyCar rides. Plus, we guess on who will fill the second Dale Coyne Racing seat and share our thoughts on IndyCar moving from NBC Sports Gold to Peacock.
Marco Out, Simona In, Rick Ware Racing Returns
This week's episode: Marco Andretti steps away from full-time competition for 2021 but will run the Indy 500, Simona de Silvestro will return to the 500 with Paretta Autosport through a partnership with Team Penske and Rick Ware Racing teases[...]
Hunter-Reay Confirmed, Grosjean Rumored for IndyCar Seat
This week's episode: Ryan Hunter-Reay is confirmed at Andretti Autosport for 2021, while former F1 driver Romain Grosjean is rumored for a ride at Dale Coyne Racing. Plus, we discuss more on IndyCar silly season rumors.
St. Pete Moved to April 25
This week's episode: St. Pete is moved from the season opener to the second race on April 25, with Barber now the season opener on April 11.
Long Beach Moved to Season Finale
This week's episode: The Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach has been moved to be the IndyCar season finale, and Dalton Kellett is announced as the second full-time Foyt car.
Davidson Retires and Montoya Returns
This week's episode: Donald Davidson to retire as the Indianapolis Motor Speedway historian while Juan Pablo Montoya will make his return for the 2021 Indy 500. Plus more silly season news and an update on Ferrari.
2021 Silly Season Update and Indy 500 Car Count
This week's episode: The latest news and rumors on the 2021 IndyCar silly season plus our predictions on car count for the 2021 Indy 500.
Adam Stern on TV Rights, Grid Expansion and a Third OEM
This week's episode: Adam Stern of Sports Business Journal joins to discuss IndyCar surviving the 2020 season, TV rights negotiations, teams expanding for 2021 and the search for a third OEM.
Rob Howden on the Freedom 100, Belardi and the future of Indy Lights
This week's episode: Road to Indy Insider Rob Howden joins to discuss the cancellation of the Freedom 100, Belardi dropping out of Indy Lights and predictions on car count for 2021. Plus, Helio Castroneves is confirmed at Meyer Shank Racing[...]
Penske Buys IMS & IndyCar: One Year Later
This week's episode: We reflect on the one-year anniversary of Roger Penske buying the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and IndyCar and look ahead to possible major announcements to come next year. Plus a look at off-season testing and expectations for Jimmie[...]
2020 St. Pete Recap
This week's episode: a recap of the 2020 IndyCar season finale at St. Pete won by Josef Newgarden while Scott Dixon claimed his 6th championship. Plus a look at all the latest silly season announcements and rumors.
Simon Pagenaud, Silly Season and St. Pete
This week's episode: Simon Pagenaud joins to discuss his season, Scott McLaughlin joining the team for this weekend, his takeaways from this year and what St. Pete was like the first attempt back in March. Plus we discuss more silly[...]
2021 IndyCar Silly Season Ramps Up
This week's episode: the 2021 IndyCar silly season is ramping up with Oliver Askew out of a ride and Felix Rosenqvist moving to fill his spot at Arrow McLaren SP. Plus Pato O'Ward will return to McLaren, and Antonio Felix[...]
Harvest GP Recap
This week's episode: a recap of the Harvest Grand Prix doubleheader at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway last weekend. Plus news on Honda and Chevy extending with IndyCar and Indy Lights will return for 2021.
2021 IndyCar Schedule Released
This week's episode: The 2021 IndyCar schedule is released with Nashville the lone new addition and COTA, Richmond and Iowa not returning. Plus we go over the latest silly season news and preview this weekend's Harvest Grand Prix.
Tony Cotman on the Music City GP Design
This week's episode: Tony Cotman of NZR Consulting joins to discuss his design of the Music City GP, designing race tracks and his favorite design. Plus, we discuss the latest IndyCar silly season news and rumors.
Jason Rittenberry of the Music City GP, Mid-Ohio Recap and IndyCar Silly Season
This week's episode: Jason Rittenberry, COO of the Music City GP, joins to discuss IndyCar heading to downtown Nashville in 2021. Plus, a recap of the Honda 200 doubleheader at Mid-Ohio and an update on the 2021 IndyCar silly season.
Jimmie Johnson to IndyCar in 2021
This week's episode: Jimmie Johnson announces he is switching to IndyCar in 2021 teaming up with Chip Ganassi Racing. Plus a look at other IndyCar silly season news and rumors and a quick preview of Mid-Ohio.
2020 Gateway Recap
This week's episode: A recap of the Bommarito 500 Race 1 and 2 in St. Louis won by Scott Dixon and Josef Newgarden. Plus, we debate red flags and green white checkered finishes for IndyCar.
2020 Indy 500 Recap
This week's episode: a recap of the Indy 500 won by Takuma Sato, discussion on the penalty against Alexander Rossi and our thoughts on not throwing the red flag late in the race. Plus, a 2021 IndyCar rumor and a[...]
Doug Boles on No Fans at the Indy 500, the Harvest GP and the Future of the Speedway
This episode: Indianapolis Motor Speedway President Doug Boles joins to discuss what it is like this year with no fans, Sunday's Indy 500 pre-race, the possibility of having fans for the Harvest GP weekend and the future of the speedway.
2020 Indy 500 Qualifying Recap and Race Preview
This episode: a recap of qualifying over the weekend and a preview of the 104th Indianapolis 500. Plus, Portland returns for 2021 and Jimmie Johnson is eyeing a partial IndyCar schedule next season.
Felix Rosenqvist on his First Win, the Aeroscreen and the Indy 500
This episode: Felix Rosenqvist, driver of the number 10 NTT Data Chip Ganassi Racing Honda, joins to discuss his first IndyCar win, qualifying for this year's Indy 500, the impact of the aeroscreen on Sunday and the growth of the[...]
Marcus Ericsson on his Strong Season, the Indy 500 and Hockey
This episode: Chip Ganassi Racing driver Marcus Ericsson joins to discuss his solid qualifying performance, his strong start to the IndyCar season, Sunday's Indy 500 and his love for hockey.
2020 Indy 500 Qualifying Preview
This week's episode: a recap of the first two days of Indy 500 practice, a preview of qualifying including Fast 9 and pole winner picks plus a few 2021 IndyCar rumors.
Nathan Brown on Indy 500 Changes
This week's episode: Nathan Brown, motorsports insider for the IndyStar, joins to discuss no fans allowed in the stands for this year's Indy 500, possibilities for the 33rd entry and the odds of Jimmie Johnson running an IndyCar race this[...]
More Doubleheaders, Jimmie Johnson and Indy 500 Entries
This week's episode: Doubleheaders are added to the IndyCar schedule at Mid-Ohio, Gateway and for the Harvest GP at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Plus, Jimmie Johnson completes his first IndyCar test at IMS and a look at car count for[...]
2020 Iowa Recap & IMS limits fans for the Indy 500
This week's episode: A recap of the Iowa 250s at Iowa Speedway won by Simon Pagenaud and Josef Newgarden, 2020 IndyCar schedule rumors, 2021 IndyCar silly season rumors and IMS limits fans to half capacity for this year's Indy 500.
2020 Road America Recap
This week's episode: A recap of last weekend's doubleheader at Road America, more 2021 IndyCar rumors, a Ferrari update and a preview of this weekend's doubleheader at Iowa Speedway.
2020 IndyCar Grand Prix Recap
This week's episode: a recap of the GMR Grand Prix at Indianapolis Motor Speedway and how the first IndyCar/NASCAR doubleheader weekend fared. Plus more on the IndyCar schedule, Ferrari, and a preview of this weekend's doubleheader at Road America.
Charlie Kimball, Limited Fans for the Indy 500 and GMR Grand Prix Preview
A.J. Foyt Racing driver Charlie Kimball joins to discuss spending more time with his family due to the pandemic, the aeroscreen, driving for a new team and being back with Tony Kanaan, diversity in IndyCar, James Hinchcliffe officiating his wedding[...]
Fans Allowed at Road America
This week's episode: Fans will be allowed at Road America for the IndyCar doubleheader on July 11-12, another look at car count for this year's Indy 500 and some updates on the 2021 IndyCar schedule.
2021 IndyCar Rumors
This week's episode: We discuss 2021 IndyCar rumors including incentives for Indy Lights to grow car count, possible new races on the schedule and the elusive search for a third engine manufacturer.
2020 Texas Recap
This week's episode: We recap the Genesys 300 at Texas Motor Speedway that opened up the 2020 IndyCar season. Plus, we discuss rumors of a Nashville street race set for as early as next year, more on Indy Lights incentives[...]
No Fans at IMS, Indy Lights Cancelled and Texas Preview
This week's episode: The Indianapolis Motor Speedway announces fans won't be allowed in the stands for the IndyCar/NASCAR doubleheader over Fourth of July weekend, A preview of Saturday night's Genesys 300 at Texas Motor Speedway plus the 2020 Indy Lights[...]
USF2000 Driver Josh Green on the Road to Indy
This week's episode: Cape Motorsports USF2000 driver Josh Green joins to share how he went from racing in his backyard to karting, F1600 and now USF2000, the Team USA Scholarship experience, getting on track in St. Pete before the race[...]
Mark Miles on the IndyCar Schedule and the Indy 500
This week's episode: Penske Entertainment Corp. President and CEO Mark Miles joins to discuss the changes to the IndyCar Schedule, NBC's plans for the Indy 500 Sunday, improvements to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the search for a third engine[...]
St. Pete Set as Season Finale and Ferrari to IndyCar Rumors
This week's episode: St. Pete is confirmed as the season finale, we break down the likelihood of the rest of the IndyCar schedule running as is and discuss another Ferrari to IndyCar rumor.
IndyCar Season Set to Open at Texas
This week's episode: IndyCar announces that the race at Texas on June 6 will be the season opener, but fans won't be in attendance. Plus a recap of the iRacing IndyCar Challenge and rumors of Jimmie Johnson and Jenson Button[...]
Adam Stern on When IndyCar can Return
This week's episode: Adam Stern of Sports Business Journal/Sports Business Daily joins to discuss the impact of NASCAR's return to racing on IndyCar, the business ramifications for the series and teams, the TV schedule, Roger Penske and the search for[...]
Donald Davidson on the IMS Digital Archive and Coming to America
This week's episode: Indianapolis Motor Speedway Historian Donald Davidson joins to talk about the speedway's new digital archive, coming to America, Henry Meyer, the 1916 Indy 500, Eddie Rickenbacker and Roger Penske buying the track.
Nick Yeoman on iRacing and IndyCar Radio
This week's episode: Nick Yeoman of the Pennzoil IndyCar Radio Network joins to discuss iRacing, calling the Indy 500 from turn 1, his favorite tracks to broadcast from and storylines for the 2020 IndyCar season.
Another Revised 2020 IndyCar Schedule
This week's episode: We break down the second revision of the 2020 IndyCar schedule. Plus Dale Earnhardt Jr. joins the iRacing IndyCar Challenge at Michigan International Speedway.
More 2020 IndyCar Schedule Rumors and iRacing
This week's episode: More rumors on the 2020 IndyCar schedule for contingency dates for Detroit and another possibility of a NASCAR/IndyCar doubleheader. Plus our thoughts on the first IndyCar iRacing event.
Mike Shank and Changes to the Indy 500 and IndyCar Schedule
This week's episode: Mike Shank, co-owner of Meyer Shank Racing, joins to discuss the extended off-season, a contingency plan for Detroit, Jack Harvey's progress and the partnership with Andretti Autosport. Plus we break down IndyCar moving the Indy 500 to[...]
2020 IndyCar Season Impacted by Coronavirus
This week's episode: The start of the 2020 IndyCar season at St. Pete along with other races is impacted by the coronavirus.
2020 IndyCar Season Preview
This week's episode: We make our predictions for the 2020 IndyCar season. Plus, Scott McLaughlin could be in more races this year and Jimmie Johnson has an IndyCar test set for next month at Barber Motorsports Park with Arrow McLaren[...]
Rob Howden on the 2020 Indy Lights Season
This week's episode: Road To Indy Insider Rob Howden joins to preview the 2020 Indy Lights season. Plus we discuss Fernando Alonso and Spencer Pigot getting their rides confirmed for the Indy 500.
Hinch gets a Ride plus IMS Changes
This week's episode: James Hinchcliffe gets a three-race deal with Andretti Autosport, returning to his former team. Plus more on Honda and Fernando Alonso, the changes coming to Indianapolis Motor Speedway for May and Scott McLaughlin's chances at full-time in[...]
COTA Test Recap
This week's episode: a recap of the COTA test, the latest IndyCar silly season news and the chances of Jimmie Johnson, Kyle Busch and Kyle Larson running a race next year plus we finally sample Rich Energy.
Foyt Finalizes Cars; Alonso Searching for One
This week's episode: Foyt finalizes their lineup for the 14 car with Kellett and Bourdais while Fernando Alonso is searching for a new Indy 500 ride after Honda vetoed him going to Andretti Autosport. Plus the latest on James Hinchcliffe,[...]
Tony Kanaan Announces Farewell Tour
This week's episode: Tony Kanaan announces his IndyCar farewell tour. Also, a reflection on the passing of John Andretti along with the latest silly season rumors.
Silly Season Update and Indy 500 Car Count Predictions
This week's episode: An update on recent silly season announcements with full-time rides set for Charlie Kimball and Santino Ferrucci plus where James Hinchcliffe could land for 2020. Also, we give our predictions for Indy 500 car count.
Adam Stern on Hinchcliffe and Penske’s Plans for IMS
This week's episode: Adam Stern of Sports Business Journal joins to discuss James Hinchcliffe getting a ride for May and his team options, Roger Penske's plans for the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and IndyCar plus the elusive search for a third[...]
Penske, PitFit and Silly Season Possibilities
This week's episode: Roger Penske completes his purchase of the IndyCar Series and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, our experience doing the train like a driver class at PitFit and the latest news on the IndyCar silly season.
Tony Kanaan on the off-season, his career and a prank
This week's episode: IndyCar legend* Tony Kanaan joins to discuss his off-season, driver contracts, a driver's union, what is next for him after racing, Penske buying IMS and his greatest prank story.
Daly gets a ride; Kanaan likely out of one
This week's episode: Conor Daly gets a ride with Ed Carpenter Racing while Tony Kanaan is likely out of one at A.J. Foyt Racing. Plus more on the latest silly season news.
Silly Season Gets Sillier
This week's episode: We return to discuss the latest silly season news including updates on Sebastien Bourdais, James Hinchcliffe and Fernando Alonso.
IMS/IndyCar Top Ten Priorities and a Silly Season Update
This week's episode: We break down our IMS/IndyCar top ten priority lists plus an update on the IndyCar silly season.
Robin Miller on the IMS/IndyCar Sale
This week's episode: Robin Miller of Racer and NBC Sports joins to discuss the sale of Indianapolis Motor Speedway and IndyCar to Roger Penske, the IndyCar silly season and what he is working on this off-season.
Alex Wanee of PitFit Training
This episode: Alex Wanee of PitFit Training joins to talk about driver fitness and off-season training. Plus, a look at the latest IndyCar silly season news and rumors.
IMS, IndyCar sold to Penske
This episode: Breaking down Monday's stunning announcement that Hulman and Company are selling Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the IndyCar Series and IMS Productions to Roger Penske's Penske Entertainment Corp.
O’Ward, Askew in at Arrow McLaren SP; Hinchcliffe Out
This week's episode: we break down the news that Pato O'Ward and Oliver Askew will be the drivers for Arrow McLaren SP in 2020 and possibilities for James Hinchcliffe moving forward as he searches for a new ride.
Tanner Watkins on the Open-Wheels 500
This week's episode: Tanner Watkins, owner and editor of Open-Wheels.com, joins to preview the first ever Open-Wheels.com 500 Mile Race, how he got involved in iRacing and eSports and how to get involved in this year's race. Plus, a look[...]
Rob Howden on the Road to Indy Off-season
This week's episode: Road to Indy Insider Rob Howden joins to discuss where Oliver Askew and Rinus VeeKay could land in IndyCar, the off-season for the ladder series, car count projections and the Chris Griffis Memorial test at IMS this[...]
Nathan Brown on Marcus Ericsson and the Aeroscreen
This week's episode: New Indianapolis Star Motorsports Insider Nathan Brown joins to talk about Marcus Ericsson joining Chip Ganassi Racing and the testing of IndyCar's new aeroscreen.
The Roval, Hinch Drama and a Partner Announcement
This week's episode: The IndyCar off-season begins with news of a "significant partner announcement" coming, Josef Newgarden tests out the Roval at Charlotte and drama between James Hinchcliffe and Arrow.
2019 Laguna Seca Recap
This week's episode: a recap of the Firestone Grand Prix of Monterey at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca won by Colton Herta and the championship won by Josef Newgarden. Plus we go over the latest silly season news and make our[...]
2019 Laguna Seca Preview
This week's episode: a preview of the IndyCar season finale race at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca, breaking down the championship scenarios for the four drivers and our thoughts on the level of buzz for this event. Plus, an update on[...]
Stephen Starks on the 2020 IndyCar Schedule
This week's episode: Stephen Starks, IndyCar Series Vice President of Promoter and Media Relations, joins to discuss the 2020 IndyCar schedule, a NASCAR/IndyCar doubleheader, international races and the NBC Sports/international TV deals.
Adam Stern on the 2020 Schedule and Portland Recap
This week's episode: Adam Stern of Sports Business Journal/Sports Business Daily joins to break down the 2020 IndyCar Series schedule. Plus, our recap of the Grand Prix of Portland.
2019 Gateway Recap
This week's episode: a recap of the Bommarito 500 won by Takuma Sato, the latest on the IndyCar silly season and a preview of the Grand Prix of Portland.
2019 Pocono Recap
This week's episode: A recap of the ABC Supply 500 won by Will Power, why we think Pocono Raceway needs to stay on the schedule for next year and a preview of the Bommarito 500 at World Wide Technology Raceway[...]
Jay Frye and McLaren Joins IndyCar
This week's episode: IndyCar President Jay Frye joins to talk about IndyCar's move to hybrid technology in 2022. Plus, we break down the news of McLaren partnering with Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports for 2020, the latest on silly season and[...]
IndyCar Going Hybrid in 2022
This week's episode: IndyCar will have hybrid technology for 2022 as they continue to pursue a third engine manufacturer, more rumors on Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports and McLaren teaming up and the latest on the 2020 schedule.
2019 Mid-Ohio Recap and Silly Season Update
This week's episode: a recap of the Honda Indy 200 won by Scott Dixon, Alexander Rossi re-signs with Andretti Autosport, and more rumors of a McLaren full-time team in 2020.
2019 Iowa Recap
This week's episode: a recap of the Iowa 300 won by Josef Newgarden, a tale of two races for Scott Dixon and Will Power, Penske's dominance on the season and a look at the competitive Rookie of the Year race.
2019 Toronto Recap
This week's episode: a recap of the Honda Indy Toronto won by Simon Pagenaud, a look at the lack of competition this season and Will Power's struggles, more rumors on a third engine manufacturer coming to IndyCar and a preview[...]
McLaren, NASCAR/IndyCar doubleheaders and Toronto Preview
This week's episode: Alonso, McLaren deny story saying their partnership is ending and the ramifications that has for next year's Indy 500, an update on a possible NASCAR/IndyCar doubleheader, and a preview of the Honda Indy Toronto.
Pato O’Ward has a new ride and Carlin’s future in IndyCar
This week's episode: Pato O'Ward has a new ride, Sage Karam gets another IndyCar shot, the future of Carlin Racing, aeroscreen testing and updates on the 2020 IndyCar schedule.
Robin Miller and Road America Recap
Robin Miller of Racer and NBC Sports joins to recap Alexander Rossi's dominant race, discuss the 2020 silly season and the story behind the A.J. Foyt slap. Plus, our Road America Recap. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.