On tonight’s show, Curt Cavin and Kevin Lee are joined by new IndyCar Series owner George Steinbrenner IV to talk about his new venture with Harding Racing and his family’s history in motorsports. The guys also answer your questions regarding anything and everything surrounding IndyCar and all of motorsports.
Tonight, Curt and Kevin speak with Graham Rahal and get his thoughts on the 2018 IndyCar season, and what lies in store for his offseason plans. Later in the program, the guys preview Saturday’s ARCA Race at Lucas Oil Raceway with Natalie Decker, as well as touch on NASCAR’s announcement today in regards to big […]
Our good friend Robin Miller of RACER.com joined Curt Cavin and Kevin Lee tonight to recap the 2018 season and break down the latest rumblings surrounding IndyCar Silly Season! The guys also answer your questions regarding anything and everything surrounding open wheel racing.
Our good friend Paul Tracy of NBC Sports joined the show this evening to help recap Scott Dixon securing his 5th career IndyCar Championship, and his thoughts on Alexander Rossi’s incident on Lap 1.
Curt Cavin and Kevin Lee look ahead to Sonoma this weekend and the championship hunt between Scott Dixon and Alexander Rossi. The guys discuss the point scenarios, talk about the past finales at Sonoma, and recap the test for Fernando Alonso. Jeremy Milless, engineer for Alexander Rossi joined the show as well.
Tonight’s edition of Trackside is packed as the guys react to today’s announcement of the 2019 IndyCar Schedule. With IndyCar heading to Austin, TX, the guys spoke with Bobby Epstein of COTA to talk about the innaugural IndyCar race! Later on, the guys preview the BC39 Dirt Event at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway with drivers […]
Curt Cavin and Kevin Lee are back from the north west to recap yesterday’s exciting return of IndyCar to Portland, Scott Dixon’s amazing, championship-saving manuever during a big Lap 1 crash, and speculation on the 2019 schedule.
Tonight on Trackside, the guys recap Saturday night’s race in Gateway. They touch on Will Power’s 3rd victory of the season, Alexander Rossi drawing just ever so closer to Scott Dixon in the standings, and the potential save of the year by Rossi.
We begin today’s show looking back at Sunday’s race in Pocono, and the serious crash involving Robert Wickens. The guys also touch on Alexander Rossi’s recent hot streak, and answer your Twitter questions.
On tonight’s show, the guys react to today’s breaking news that 2-time Formula 1 World Champion is leaving McLaren’s F1 team following the conclusion of the 2018 F1 season. Curt Cavin and Kevin Lee discuss today’s news, and what that could mean for a possible transition over to the Verizon IndyCar Series. The guys also […]