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Tonight on Beyond the Bricks, Jake and Mike talk about the legendary Bill Vukovich! We talk about the early days of Vukovich’s career, and his first Indy 500 in 1952. They talk about how close he came to winning the race in 1952, and if he could have won it had the steering pin not […]

Tonight on Trackside, it is a rainy day! Only about 23 minutes of practice at IMS took place, and Kevin and Curt break everything down. They talk about qualifying speeds, and if there will be a new track record this year. Curt believes you may see a 2-lap average record being broken, but probably not […]

The Pacers and the Knicks find themselves tied in their playoff series at 2-2, with Game 5 returning to Madison Square Garden in New York.   It’s a game that could decide the series.  Through the first four games, the home team has won each matchup. The Knicks took the first two in close, down-to-the-wire […]

Over the course of the last three years, Alex Palou has arguably been the best driver in the NTT IndyCar series. Palou has won the series twice, ten races, but hasn't won the biggest race of the season yet.

Tonight on Beyond the Bricks, Jake and Mike are by a special guest, Johnny Rutherford! Rutherford tells his story about how he got into racing, including the first race he ever saw at Tulsa on a quarter-mile dirt track. Rutherford talks about Kurtis-Kraft race cars, and why he enjoyed racing so much. We hear audio […]

Tonight on Trackside, Kevin and Curt get ready for preparation for the Indy 500 to kick into high gear. They start the show talking about the weather for tomorrow, and how it may affect on-track product tomorrow. They talk about Tony Kanaan, and his position as a reserve driver for Kyle Larson. They talk about […]

Down 0-2, after two contentious games that Pacers head coach Rick Carlisle did not think were properly officiated, the Indiana Pacers returned home to Gainbridge Fieldhouse with a simple mission.  Win, or risk falling to 0-3, a deficit no team has ever been able to overcome.   The Pacers answered the bell and more, with […]

(INDIANAPOLIS, IN) – After three close games, the Indiana Pacers took advantage of the wounded New York Knicks by dismantling them 121-89. Indiana’s defense held the Villanova boys to just 27 points.

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(INDIANAPOLIS, IN) – Andrew Nembhard’s offense comes alive in the final minutes of the game, including the game winning three-pointer in Indiana’s 111-106 win over the New York Knicks.