Tonight on Trackside Curt Cavin and Kevin Lee talk about the opening race of the IndyCar season at Barber Motorsports Park. Next, Curt and Kevin break down today’s first day of tests at Barber Motorsports. Kevin talks about Marco Andretti testing a sports car, and what that could open up for his future. They weigh the possibilities of James Davison and Cody Ware driving both the Indy 500 and Coca-Cola 600 this year. Formula 1 rumors hinted towards Indianapolis as a possible new location, along with many other cities. Curt and Kevin discuss the release of tickets for the Music City Grand Prix in Nashville. Romain Grosjean joins the show to talk about his first day in IndyCar. First things first, Kevin asks about name pronunciation. Then, Kevin and Curt take a deep dive into the specifics of his IndyCar knowledge and first experience. Then, Curt talks to Ed Jones about his return to IndyCar. Also, Curt asks Jones to expand on how his relationship with Grosjean has developed. They round out the first hour talking about how being liked by other drivers plays more into Indy Car than Formula 1. In the second hour, James Hinchcliffe and Darren Jamison to discuss their new Capstone Sponsorship deal for six races. Jamison and George Steinbrenner take a deep dive into the strategy around sponsorships. Later, President of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Doug Boles joins Kevin to talk about this year’s running of the race. Boles explains how it came about to celebrate the day that marks 100 days out from the race. IMS is playing the waiting game on making a decision on fan capacity, and Boles explains why this benefits everyone involved. For the last segment, Zach Horrall of IMS joins the show to talk about new Indy Car driver Romain Grosjean. Horrall speaks to the welcoming community within Indy Car drivers.