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This week on Trackside, Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin preview Sunday’s Long Beach Grand Prix, and talk about what makes the historic street race so special, and how the event helped transform the city. They look at what to expect this weekend, the recent Andretti Autosport dominance between Alexander Rossi and Colton Herta, and the trend of back-to-back winners at Long Beach.

They discuss slow starts to the season from Pato O’Ward and Rossi, and which drivers need to have a good result to stay in championship contention, as well as which drivers feel good about their season through two races. Kevin and Curt break down the news that Long Beach has been extended through 2028.

Later, they mention next November’s Formula 1 race on the Las Vegas strip, and talk about F1 raising its profile in the U.S. over the past few years. Kevin and Curt talk about the fact that we’re stuck at 32 known entries for the Indy 500, and where the 33rd entry could come from.