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Curt Cavin and Kevin Lee discuss changes coming to IMS on the NASCAR side, preview the upcoming tests at the Speedway for IndyCar, and NBC's Leigh Diffey joined Kevin towards the end of the show to preview the upcoming F1 season.
On tonight's show, Curt Cavin and Kevin Lee recap the season-opening race from St. Petersburg in the 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series. Kevin Lee then chats with race-winner Sebastien Bourdais for the second time this year after winning a race, with the first coming during the Rolex...
On tonight's show, Curt Cavin and Kevin Lee prepares for the start of the 2017 IndyCar Season this Sunday in St. Petersburg. Tonight, the show is joined by newly-announced Indy 500 driver Jay Howard, ABC announcer Scott Goodyear, NBC Sports Indy Lights commentator Anders Krohn,...
Brant James, who covers motorsports for USA Today Sports, joins Cavin and Kevin as they recap the Daytona 500, discuss new teams possibly being introduced into the IndyCar Series, as well as preview the upcoming season and find out what Brant has been up to at Sebring.
On tonight's show, Curt Cavin and Kevin Lee speak with new IndyCar owner Ricardo Juncos as well as AJ Foyt Racing's Team President in Larry Foyt about the upcoming 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series season. The guys are also joined by Indianapolis-native Adam Alexander of FOX Sports to...
On tonight's show, Curt and Kevin return from Phoenix with conversations and interviews from the Preseason IndyCar Test, including conversations with Jon Beekhuis, Will Power, Ed Carpenter, Ryan Hunter Reay, and Scott Dixon!
Curt Cavin and Kevin Lee preview this weekend's open test for the Verizon IndyCar Series at Phoenix International Raceweay. The guys also discuss Tony Stewart's involvement with the 2017 Indianapolis 500, and potential drivers for the Stewart-sponsored ride.
On tonight's show, the guys are joined by driver Zach Veach, Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona overall winner in Ricky Taylor, and Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona GT Le Mans winner Sebastien Bourdais.
On tonight's show, former driver Calvin Fish joined the guys to preview this weekend's Rolex 24 at Daytona. Later on, they spoke with new Indy Lights driver Colton Herta. In the second half of the show, the guys break down NASCAR's new format changes for their races, and how it...