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    This week's episode: A recap of Pato O'Ward's win in the Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course to begin the hybrid era in IndyCar. Plus, we preview the Iowa Speedway doubleheader. 
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    This week's episode: Christian Lundgaard will replace Alexander Rossi in the no. 7 McLaren Chevrolet starting in 2025, a look at options for Rossi, our midseason IndyCar team grades, and a preview of Sunday's Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio that will start the hybrid era in IndyCar.
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    This week's episode: A recap of Alex Palou's win in the Firestone Grand Prix of Monterey at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca. Plus, Toby Sowery will make his first IndyCar start in the no. 51 Dale Coyne Racing Honda at Mid-Ohio and some other silly season rumors. 
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    This week's episode: Sports Business Journal Motorsports Reporter Adam Stern joins to discuss IndyCar moving to Fox Sports in 2025, future series schedules, the streaming element, its impact on Honda and the potential broadcast team. Plus, we discuss Theo Pourchaire out and Nolan Siegel in for the McLaren no. 6 entry, Agustin Canapino returning to[...]
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    This week's episode: A recap of Will Power's win in the XPEL Grand Prix at Road America, leading a Team Penske podium sweep. Plus, Jamie Chadwick gets her first win in the series formerly known as Indy Lights, David Malukas is confirmed to finish the season in the no. 66 entry for Meyer Shank Racing[...]
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    This week's episode: A recap of Scott Dixon's win in a chaotic Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix. Plus, more rumors on IndyCar's next TV deal and McLaren terminates their commercial alliance with Juncos Hollinger Racing. 
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    This week's episode: A recap of a thrilling 108th Indianapolis 500 won by Team Penske's Josef Newgarden, who is a back-to-back winner. Plus, Helio Castroneves returns for more races with Meyer Shank Racing and a look ahead to this weekend's Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix. 
  • This week's episode: A recap of qualifying for the 108th Running of the Indianapolis 500 that saw Scott McLaughlin win pole with a record speed, plenum fire issues for Chevrolet, struggles for Marcus Ericsson and Graham Rahal, rookie Nolan Siegel bumped and a great crowd and TV rating. Plus, we make our picks for Sunday's[...]
  • This week's episode: A recap of Alex Palou's win in the Sonsio Grand Prix at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course to kick off May. Plus, hybrids are set to debut at Mid-Ohio in July and our pole speed, winner and bumped driver predictions for Indy 500 qualifying. 
  • This week's episode: A recap of Scott McLaughlin's win in the Children's of Alabama Indy Grand Prix at Barber Motorsports Park that saw a bounce back for Team Penske and contact amongst drivers in an entertaining race. 
  • This week's episode: Live from the Indy 500 Fan Fest at Electric Works in Fort Wayne. Team Penske and its drivers were penalized for illegal use of push to pass during the St. Pete race that was caught during the warmup session for Long Beach, Scott Dixon fuel saves to win the Acura Grand Prix[...]
  • This week's episode: PREMA Racing will join IndyCar in 2025 with a two-car team powered by Chevrolet, is the grid size too big, more Indy 500 driver and sponsor announcements, and the IMS Open Test is cut short due to rain. 
  • This week's episode: The next TV partner for IndyCar is reportedly between NBC and Fox, Prema Racing is set to join the series next season with a 2-car effort and a look at the latest discussions on a charter system for the sport. 
  • This week's episode: A recap of the $1 Million IndyCar Challenge from the Thermal Club in California dominated by Alex Palou in a rare exhibition event for series. Plus, Long Beach will stay an IndyCar race in the future and some silly season nuggets. 
  • This week's episode: A preview of the $1 Million Challenge this weekend at The Thermal Club. Plus, IndyCar and 100 Days to Indy is headed to Netflix, Diffey on the move and a hint at the next IndyCar TV partner. 
  • This week's episode: A recap of the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg dominated by Team Penske's Josef Newgarden to kick off the 2024 IndyCar season. Plus, IndyCar team owners speak out against Penske Entertainment and some Indy 500 entry notes. 
  • This week's episode: Dale Coyne Racing's lineup for season opener is finally set with question marks for one entry most of the season, our predictions for the upcoming IndyCar season from champion to Indy 500 winner and on plus a preview of the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. 
  • This week's episode: USF Pro Championships Series Development Director Rob Howden joins to preview the 2024 Ind NXT, USF Pro 2000, USF2000 and USF Juniors championships. Plus, updates on an IndyCar charter system, future chassis and engines, silly season notes and more. 
  • This week's episode: IndyCar has released the 2024 race broadcast start times with an early start for the Thermal race and several early evening starts in place of true night races, IndyCar has banned Josef Newgarden's pit entry maneuver from the end of the 2023 Indy 500, a rundown of recent livery reveals and we[...]
  • This week's episode: The IndyCar season finale has been moved from the streets of downtown Nashville citing construction concerns due to the building of a new football stadium for the Tennessee Titans. Plus, David Malukas will be out at least 6 weeks due to a wrist injury suffered in a mountain biking crash, Takuma Sato[...]
  • This week's episode: A discussion over the positives and negatives of IndyCar considering guaranteed Indy 500 starting spots to full-time teams, the latest IndyCar silly season news and rumors, 100 Days to Indy will have a second season plus a Feb. 16 season 1 launch on Paramount+ and IndyCar trading cards are now on sale.
  • This week's episode: Reaction to the news that F1 has rejected Andretti's bid for an F1 team starting in 2026 but leaving the door open for 2028, Cusick Motorsports is partnering with Dreyer & Reinbold Racing to enter Ryan Hunter-Reay and Conor Daly into the Indy 500. Plus, a wild Rolex 24 that included a[...]
  • This week's episode: Fort Wayne's Chloe Chambers joins to discuss being named the Haas F1 driver for the F1 Academy Series, life in Fort Wayne, her racing career growing up, setting a Guinness World Record and competing on America's Got Talent. Plus, Marco Andretti's entry is confirmed for the 2024 Indy 500 and an updated[...]
  • This week's episode: Adam Stern of Sports Business Journal joins to discuss IndyCar's negotiations for the next TV contract, Honda's threat to leave the series, IndyCar adding a big new event, owners not saying anything publicly despite the struggles this offseason and more. 
  • This week's episode: Santino Ferrucci is back with A.J. Foyt Enterprises in 2024 in the no. 14 Chevrolet while Benjamin Pedersen will not return to the team in the no. 55 entry, Prema Racing is interested in coming to IndyCar in 2025 along with Pratt Miller Engineering and Abel Motorsports, iRacing is back with IndyCar[...]
  • This week's episode: The top item on our IndyCar wish list for 2024, plus Sting Ray Robb is announced at A.J. Foyt Racing while Benjamin Pedersen still claims to be under contract with the team. 
  • This week's episode: Honda threatens to leave IndyCar after the 2026 season unless costs can be reduced through cuts or the addition of a third engine manufacturer. 
  • This week's episode: IndyCar announces that the new hybrid units will be delayed into the 2024 season sometime after the Indianapolis 500, why delaying to 2025 is more fair for teams and the lack of progress for the series since the new regime took over. 
  • This week's episode: Alex Palou admits in court documents that he breached his contract with McLaren, all signs are pointing to a race in Argentina next year after the season,  and we look at possibilities after Mark Miles teased that IndyCar is working on a major event for 2025. 
  • This week's episode: The IndyCar video game through Motorsport Games is officially off, Graham Rahal is officially confirmed to return to Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing on a multi-year deal, other silly season notes, and GM/Cadillac announced they will partner with Andretti Global's F1 bid by supplying a power unit starting in 2028. 
  • This week's episode: Romain Grosjean is confirmed to drive the no. 77 Juncos Hollinger Racing entry full-time in 2024. Plus, a look at the remaining IndyCar silly season seats available.  
  • This week's episode: Callum Ilott and Juncos Hollinger Racing have mutually agreed to part ways ahead of the 2024 season. Meanwhile, Pietro Fittipaldi will run for Rahal Letterman Lanigan in the no. 30 car in 2024, and Ed Carpenter Racing has hired rookie Christian Rasmussen to drive the no. 20 car for road and street[...]
  • This week's episode: Agustin Canapino is confirmed to return to Juncos Hollinger Racing in 2024, a silly season update, a rumor on an F1 driver possibly coming over to IndyCar, and hybrid testing is leaving drivers with lots of questions ahead of the upcoming season. 
  • This week's episode: NASCAR star Kyle Larson completes his Indy 500 Rookie Orientation Program and what his participation would mean for the 2024 Indy 500 at the track and on TV. Also, IndyCar rookies Linus Lundqvist, Marcus Armstrong and Tom Blomqvist complete their IMS ROP. Plus, a new rumor on a landing spot for Romain[...]
  • This week's episode: We are joined by our 2023 Friends of New Track Record Podcast Fantasy IndyCar winner Jeremy of I Thought You Had The Keys to discuss his win, IndyCar fandom, rooting for Paul Tracy and Sebastien Bourdais, and what he would change about the sport. Plus, more legal drama as Alex Palou is[...]
  • This week's episode: A breakdown of the 2024 IndyCar schedule, which includes the return of the Milwaukee Mile as a doubleheader, no Texas Motor Speedway, and 3 fewer races on NBC. Plus, how the 2024 TV schedule could mean another network joining the fray for 2025 and beyond, and Kyle Kirkwood gets an extension at[...]
  • This week's episode: Texas could be left off the 2024 IndyCar schedule as dates continue to be revealed for next season, Ganassi development driver Kyffin Simpson has been promoted to IndyCar to run a 5th entry for Chip in 2024, more details have been released on the all-star race at the Thermal Club, and IndyCar's[...]
  • This week’s episode: IndyCar ends the 2023 season at Laguna Seca with Chip Ganassi Racing picking up a clean sweep. Alex Palou hoisted the Astor Cup as series champion while Scott Dixon won his third race in the last four to end the year in an event marred by more race control issues. Plus, IndyCar[...]
  • This week's episode: A recap of Alex Palou's win in the Bitnile.com Grand Prix of Portland to also clinch the 2023 IndyCar championship. Plus, more silly season announcements and rumors, a note on the 2024 IndyCar schedule and a preview of the season finale Firestone Grand Prix of Monterey at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca. 
  • This week's episode: A recap of Scott Dixon's fuel save win in the Bommarito 500 at Gateway, Linus Lundqvist is announced to Chip Ganassi Racing on a multi-year contract starting in 2024, other silly season news and rumors including one involving Tony Stewart, more rumors on the 2024 IndyCar schedule and a preview of this[...]
  • This week's episode: Alex Palou is sued by McLaren seeking $20-$30 million in damages, Marcus Ericsson is moving to Andretti Autosport in 2024 on a multi-year deal, more IndyCar silly season rumors and a preview of this weekend's Bommarito 500 at Gateway. 
  • This week's episode: A recap of Scott Dixon's win to hold off Graham Rahal in the Gallagher Grand Prix at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course, plus Alex Palou won't race for McLaren next year after all and more IndyCar silly season news and rumors. 
  • This week's episode: A recap of Kyle Kirkwood's win in the Big Machine Music City Grand Prix on the streets of Nashville, a preview of this weekend's Gallagher Grand Prix on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course plus more IndyCar silly season news and rumors. 
  • This week's episode: The Music City Grand Prix in Nashville is confirmed as the 2024 IndyCar season finale with a new course that includes Broadway in downtown Nashville and keeps the Korean Veterans Memorial Bridge. Plus, a preview of this weekend's 2023 Music City GP and a look at the latest IndyCar silly season rumors. 
  • This week's episode: A recap of Josef Newgarden's sweep of Hy-Vee IndyCar weekend at Iowa Speedway. Plus the latest on the 2024 schedule, including news surrounding Nashville and rumors involving Gateway, Milwaukee, the second Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course race and an international race in Argentina. 
  • This week's episode: A recap of Christian Lundgaard's first IndyCar win in the Honda Indy Toronto at Exhibition Place, the midseason turnaround of the Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing team, Alex Palou's incredible drive to second place and Toronto's rise (again) as a top IndyCar event. Plus, a preview of this weekend's Hy-Vee doubleheader at Iowa[...]
  • This week's episode: Alex Palou is rumored for an Alpha Tauri seat in F1 as Daniel Ricciardo replaces Nyck De Vries within that team for the rest of the season, Tom Blomqvist will make his IndyCar debut this weekend filling in for Simon Pagenaud, and Pratt Miller Engineering is interested in adding an IndyCar team[...]
  • This week's episode: A recap of Alex Palou's dominant win in the Honda 200 at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course to make it three straight wins, plus news on another international race and the 2024 IndyCar schedule and some silly season notes on David Malukas and Meyer Shank Racing. 
  • This week's episode: Skip Barber, founder of the Skip Barber Racing School, joins to discuss his early racing career, competing briefly in F1, making the move to being a driver coach, alums of the racing school and IndyCar vs. F1. Plus, we give out our midseason grades for each full-time IndyCar team and discuss the[...]
  • This week's episode: A Recap of Alex Palou's win in the Sonsio Grand Prix at Road America, Will Power back to the old Will Power, Takuma Sato gets the nod in the 11 car for the remaining oval races and updates on the 2024 IndyCar schedule. 
  • This week's episode: Conor Daly is out and Ryan Hunter-Reay is in for the no. 20 Ed Carpenter Racing Bitnile Chevrolet for the rest of the season, why the move was not results-based, Brazil, Argentina and Milwaukee are all on the radar for the 2024 IndyCar schedule and a preview of the Sonsio Grand Prix[...]
  • This week's episode: A recap of Alex Palou's win in the Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix on the streets of downtown Detroit and the success of the first-ever event despite predicted chaos. 
  • This week's episode: A recap of Josef Newgarden's win in the 107th running in the Indianapolis 500, the debate over the red flags late in the race, Arrow McLaren's missed opportunity, Santino Ferrucci and the Foyt team contending for a win, and a preview of this weekend's Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix in downtown Detroit. 
  • New episode: Pato O'Ward, driver of the no. 5 Arrow McLaren Chevrolet, joins to discuss the team's expansion adding Alexander Rossi and Tony Kanaan, finishing second last year in the Indy 500, favorite McLaren F1 and McLaren road cars, sushi and his watch bet with team owner Zak Brown and teammate Tony Kanaan. 
  • New episode: Our Indy 500 preview show live from Carb Day at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, with a recap of the final practice session ahead of the race, Team Penske's recent struggles at the speedway, Marcus Ericsson's contract situation and our picks to win and dark horse selections.
  • New episode: David Malukas, driver of the no. 18 HMD Trucking Dale Coyne Racing with HMD Honda, joins to discuss his range of reactions during Indy 500 qualifying weekend, becoming a meme, Indy 500 pre-race and how special it is, gaming and what he is playing right now. 
  • New episode: Romain Grosjean, driver of the no. 28 DHL Andretti Autosport Honda, joins to discuss his strong start to the IndyCar season, what the missing ingredient is for his first IndyCar win, the racing in IndyCar compared to F1, cooking, Motorhomies and getting his pilot's license in the off-season. 
  • New episode: We recap Indy 500 qualifying, with the drama of Graham Rahal getting bumped, the Rahal team's struggles in qualifying, Alex Palou winning the pole, Ganassi and McLaren getting all of their entries into the Fast 12, Foyt's surprising speed and Team Penske's qualifying struggles. Plus, the right move was made to have Graham[...]
  • New episode: Simon Pagenaud, driver of the no. 60 AutoNation/SiriusXM Meyer Shank Racing Honda, joins to discuss race preparation, driving through the field at the Indy 500, what his 2019 win meant to him and when it sunk in, being teammates with Helio Castroneves, the aeroscreen and his return to the 24 Hours of Le[...]
  • New episode: Benjamin Pedersen, driver of the no. 55 Sexton Properties A.J. Foyt Enterprises Chevrolet, joins to discuss his qualifying weekend as the 2nd-fastest rookie ever at IMS, milking a cow, IndyCar drivers and pickleball and driving for the legendary A.J. Foyt. 
  • New episode: Santino Ferrucci, driver of the No. 14 Homes for Our Troops A.J. Foyt Enterprises Chevrolet, joins to discuss the team's success during Indy 500 qualifying, coming to the team and returning to IndyCar full-time this year, his golf game and the best IndyCar golfers and what it is like driving for his legendary[...]
  • New episode: A recap of Alex Palou's win in the GMR Grand Prix at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course. Plus, our picks for Indy 500 pole winner and pole speed and who will fail to qualify for the race. 
  • New episode: Callum Ilott, driver of the no. 77 Juncos Hollinger Racing Chevrolet, joins to discuss his race in the GMR Grand Prix, the changes of going from a single-car team last year to a multi-car team this year, what he learned from last year's Indy 500 that he plans to utilize this year, the[...]
  • New Episode: Nick Yeoman of IndyCar Radio joins to preview the GMR Grand Prix, Romain Grosjean's chances, the differences in this event for fans compared to the Indy 500 and food at the Speedway. Plus, we go through a major silly season update and discuss Argentina as an exhibition race for 2024. 
  • New Episode: Indianapolis Motor Speedway President Doug Boles joins to discuss this weekend's GMR Grand Prix, Indy 500 ticket sales, 100 Days to Indy, the IMSA race coming this fall and future IMS development. 
  • New episode: A recap of Scott McLaughlin's win in the Children's of Alabama Indy Grand Prix at Barber Motorsports Park. Plus, thoughts on the debut of 100 Days to Indy, silly season notes and the Indy 500 qualifying format is revealed.
  • This week's episode: Team Penske driver Scott McLaughlin joins to discuss last week's open test at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, aero changes, the team's success at Barber Motorsports Park, the championship battle in IndyCar this year, the mindset in the paddock compared to Supercars, and his hopes as a Panthers fan for the upcoming NFL[...]
  • This week's episode: A recap of Kyle Kirkwood's first IndyCar win at the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach, plus the Indy 500 entry list appears set with a 34th entry and Mark Miles speaks on potential future venues on the schedule. 
  • This week's episode: Bumping is likely to return for the 2023 Indy 500, with a 34th entry coming together for Abel Motorsports and driver RC Enerson plus possibilities on a 35th and even 36th entry, early Indy 500 betting odds have been released and a preview of this weekend's Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach. 
  • This week's episode: We recap Josef Newgarden's win in the PPG 375 at Texas Motor Speedway, debate green white checkered finishes for IndyCar, and discuss the possibility of not just 34 but 35 entries for the Indy 500. 
  • This week's episode: NTT and NTT Data renew with IndyCar as the title sponsor with a multi-year agreement, IndyCar's video game with Motorsport Games is on hold until at least 2024 plus a preview of Sunday's PPG 375 at Texas Motor Speedway. 
  • This week's episode: Ryan Hunter-Reay is confirmed in the second Dreyer & Reinbold Racing entry, meaning the Indy 500 field is full at 33, Linus Lundqvist will test for Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing after the Texas race at TMS and IndyCar officials visited the Termas de Rio Hondo track in Argentina to explore a potential[...]
  • This week's episode: IMS Museum Digital Content Manager Luke Edwards joins to discuss voting for their next exhibit where you can pick the cars, their ongoing Second exhibit, the incoming hall of fame class featuring Tim Cindric and Tony George, the museum's car collection and more. Plus, Jack Harvey misses the Barber test with an[...]
  • This week's episode: A recap of Marcus Ericsson's win in a wild IndyCar season opener at the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg.
  • This week's episode: We make our 2023 IndyCar season predictions and preview this weekend's season-opening Firestone Grand Prix on the streets of St. Petersburg, Florida. 
  • This week's episode: Conor Daly joined before Daytona 500 qualifying to discuss his entry with TMT Racing, team owner Floyd Mayweather, other NASCAR races he is set to run this year, the IndyCar test at Thermal Club, IndyCar marketing and the race left on his bucket list. Plus, Katherine Legge will drive the fourth entry[...]
  • This week's episode: Conor Daly will attempt to qualify for the Dayton 500 and run up to 7 NASCAR Cup Series races with TMT Racing, IndyCar drops double points for the Indy 500, a possibility on another Indy 500 entry and a rumor on another potential OEM for IndyCar. 
  • This week's episode: We recap day one of IndyCar Spring Training at The Thermal Club, discuss notes to come out of content days, no streaming, a decrease in the Leader's Circle payments, and an update on the IndyCar game. 
  • This week's episode: TV broadcast times have been released for the 2023 IndyCar season with a few minor changes and no night races, Ricky Taylor is set for an IndyCar test with Andretti Autosport, 10 current drivers will participate in this weekend's Rolex 24 at Daytona, and Helio Castroneves won't run in the Daytona 500[...]
  • This week's episode: Takuma Sato will run the ovals for the no. 11 Chip Ganassi Racing car, we debate which team is the favorite for the Indy 500 between Ganassi and McLaren, Sting Ray Robb is confirmed to the no. 51 Dale Coyne Racing with Rick Ware Racing car to complete IndyCar silly season, and[...]
  • This week's episode: Arrow McLaren and Hendrick Motorsports will partner to enter Kyle Larson in the 2024 Indy 500 and do the double with the Coca-Cola 600, Jimmie Johnson could still enter the 2023 Indy 500 with Chip Ganassi Racing, Agustin Canapino is confirmed as the second full-time driver for Juncos Hollinger Racing in 2023,[...]
  • This week's episode: We discuss IndyCar dropping iRacing at the end of the year plus our 5 IndyCar wish list items for the series and growth for 2023. 
  • This week's episode: Adam Stern of Sports Business Journal joins to discuss IndyCar announcing the '100 Days to Indy' streaming series on the CW and Vice, the offseason discontent over the series' marketing efforts and changes, Iowa ticket prices, an update on the IndyCar video game and a potential new market for the series to[...]
  • This week's episode: IndyCar finally announces a streaming series with "100 Days to Indy" focusing on the buildup to next year's Indy 500 coming to the CW and Vice TV in the spring of 2023, the series is increasing marketing efforts next year as well, IndyCar will keep the current 2.2L engine formula in 2024[...]
  • This week's episode: INDYCAR is searching for a new marketing leader after parting ways with VP of Marketing SJ Luedtke, a look at the impact of skyrocketing ticket prices and what it means for fans who are planning to attend the Hy-Vee IndyCar doubleheader at Iowa Speedway, and McLaren announces that Alex Palou will be[...]
  • This week's episode: Stefan Wilson and Cusick Motorsports are set to enter this year's Indianapolis 500 with Dreyer & Reinbold Racing, could Jimmie Johnson, Kyle Larson or Kyle Busch be in the second Dreyer & Reinbold Indy 500 seat and more silly season news and rumors. 
  • This week's episode: We look at the state of IndyCar three years since the announcement of Roger Penske taking control of the series and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, discussing factors including teams, schedule/tracks, new markets, technology/innovation and diversity. Also, Takuma Sato may be an oval-only driver in 2023. 
  • This week's episode: We return to discuss Tony Kanaan and NTT Data moving from Chip Ganassi Racing to Arrow McLaren SP, Indy Lights is renamed Indy NXT, Roger Penske wants more ovals, a new track being built near Knoxville wants an IndyCar race and Colton Herta gets an extension with Andretti Autosport to make him[...]
  • This week's episode: Nicholas Latifi is rumored to go to IndyCar and Chip Ganassi Racing, NTT Data could move to Arrow McLaren SP, Alex Palou and Pato O'Ward get FP1 outings in F1, there will be no changes to the Nashville circuit and more silly season rumors. 
  • This week's episode: IndyCar releases the official 2023 testing schedule, which includes spring training at The Thermal Club in Southern California in February, Indianapolis Motor Speedway in April and WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca in September. Plus, IndyCar is closing in on a streaming series and more silly season news and rumors regarding Kyle Busch, Kyle[...]
  • This week's episode: Santino Ferrucci is confirmed to drive the no. 14 A.J. Foyt Racing car in 2023, Kyle Busch likely out for a 4th Arrow McLaren SP car for the 2023 Indy 500 but Tony Kanaan could slide in to his spot, Kyle Larson rumors are heating up, Colton Herta gets an extension with[...]
  • This week's episode: The 2023 IndyCar schedule is released, a look at potential events that could be added in the future including Milwaukee, Denver, Richmond, and a race in the western U.S., Jimmie Johnson steps away from running IndyCar full-time for 2023 but could do the Indy 500 and more IndyCar events, Benjamin Pedersen is[...]
  • This week's episode: Kyle Busch is rumored to run for McLaren with Menards sponsorship in the Indy 500, team president Taylor Kiel steps down, Brian Barnhart steps in, more IndyCar silly season news and rumors, and a major change in funding for Indy Lights. 
  • This week's episode: A recap of Alex Palou's dominating win in the Firestone Grand Prix of Monterey at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca, Will Power claims the 2022 series title, Palou will return to the 10 car next year, Felix Rosenqvist will return to the 7 car, some hints on next year's schedule, Toyota is out[...]
  • This week's episode: A recap of Scott McLaughlin's Grand Prix of Portland win, a look at the championship battle with five drivers still eligible and three truly in the hunt to win the title at Laguna Seca, Juncos Hollinger Racing will expand with a second full-time entry next year, HMD will expand to 8 cars[...]
  • This week's episode: Road To Indy voice and series development director Rob Howden joins to break down the championship battles in Indy Lights, Indy Pro 2000 and USF2000, Jamie Chadwick's Lights test, the switch from Cooper Tires to Firestone in Lights in 2023, USF Juniors joining the Road to Indy ladder and more. Plus, a[...]
  • This week's episode: A recap of Josef Newgarden's win in the Bommarito 500 at Gateway, this week in McLaren, more silly season rumors and Andretti announces a new headquarters. 
  • This week's episode: Christian Lundgaard gets a restructured multi-year deal to remain with Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing, Helio Castroneves will return to Meyer Shank Racing in 2023 for a full season, more silly season rumors, a theory on IndyCar TV ratings and a preview of Saturday's Bommarito Automotive Group 500 at Gateway. 
  • 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. 
  • This week's episode: A recap of Alexander Rossi's win in the Gallagher Grand Prix on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course, Rinus VeeKay re-signs for a multi-year deal with Ed Carpenter Racing, the Alex Palou case heads to federal court and a preview of this weekend's Music City Grand Prix.
  • This week's episode: Nick Yeoman of IndyCar Radio joins to recap the doubleheader at Iowa Speedway, Hy-Vee's support of the event, the Alex Palou contract drama and the IndyCar championship chase. Plus, the latest on Alex Palou's future, Callum Ilott will return to Juncos Hollinger Racing and a preview of this weekend's Gallagher Grand Prix[...]
  • 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. 
  • This week's episode: We break down the fallout surrounding Alex Palou to McLaren in 2023 between Ganassi's announcement, Palou's response and the McLaren announcement that includes F1 TPC testing but does not mention the IndyCar team, Colton Herta completes his first McLaren F1 TPC test, and we preview the return of the Honda Indy Toronto[...]
  • This week's episode: A recap of Scott McLaughlin's win in the Honda Indy 200 at the Mid Ohio Sports Car Course, race control calls, Andretti Autosport drama plus more silly season news and rumors. 
  • This week's episode: A look at silly season updates involving Scott Dixon, Rinus Veekay, Chip Ganassi Racing, Arrow McLaren SP, and A.J. Foyt Racing along with expansion in Indy Lights. Plus, INDYCAR is open to promoting more races in the future and a preview of Sunday's Honda Indy 200. 
  • This week's episode: Felix Rosenqvist is staying with McLaren for next year but could be with either Arrow McLaren SP or the McLaren Formula E team, we give our midseason letter grades for every full-time IndyCar team, and Firestone will be the Indy Lights tire supplier starting in 2023. 
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