To wrap up the week on Trackside, Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin look back on the infamous ending to the 2011 Indy 500, and they remember the legendary Dan Wheldon. They talk about this weekend’s Formula 1 race in Miami, how that event can help IndyCar, and the latest on Michael Andretti’s potential expansion into F1. Kevin and Curt speculate on potential landing spots for Rinus VeeKay after the season, and whether or not he could end up back with Ed Carpenter Racing.
Stefan Wilson is the 33rd and final entry into the Indy 500, and Wilson calls in to talk about how the entry with Dragon Speed, Don Cusick and A.J. Foyt Racing came together. We hear about some of the difficulties in getting the effort together, what he hopes the program can turn into, and the excitement level for this year’s 500. Our News of the Day, brought to you by the Indianapolis Speedrome and Circle City Raceway is that Liberty Media is purchasing land in Las Vegas for next year’s F1 race in Sin City.