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The guys are back from Sonoma, and they look back at Sunday's race with American driver Josef Newgarden taking home the Verizon IndyCar Series championship in his first year with Team Penkse. Curt and Kevin also answer listener questions, and get you ready for the IndyCar...
Curt and Kevin are "plausibly live" for tonight's edition of Trackside, as the guys prepare for Sunday's season-ending race in Sonoma. Kevin is joined by his NBC partner Townsend Bell late in the program to preview the weekend and give his thoughts on the future of Helio...
On tonight's show, Kevn and Curt recap a drama-filled race at Watkins Glen, Alexander Rossi earning his second career win, and how Josef Newgarden's incident coming out of pit lane has drastically changed the championship hunt coming up at the season-ending race in Sonoma. In...
On tonight's show, Curt and Kevin look back on Saturday's race at Gateway Motorsports Park, the impressive crowd on hand, fireworks before and after the race, and changes they'd like to see made for 2018.
On tonight's show, Curt Cavin and Kevin Lee recap Sunday's entertaining ABC Supply 500 from Pocono, the large amount of passes throughout the front of the field, and Will Power's impressive performance late in the race. Towards the end of the program, the guys speak with...
It's race week in IndyCar! Curt Cavin and Kevin Lee chat with Pocono Raceway CEO Nick Igdalsky about this weekend's IndyCar race, and their openness to running a NASCAR race on the road course. Shortly after their chat with Nick, the guys speak with good friend of the show and...
On tonight's show, Curt Cavin and Kevin Lee talk about the Silly Season for NASCAR, if they would like to see ESPN do a "30 For 30" about the 1996 Open Wheel Split, and what the future holds for IndyCar's television deal.
On tonight's show, the guys look back to Josef Newgarden's impressive victory at Mid-Ohio, and his chances at winning the title in his first year at Team Penske. Cavin and Kevin also continue to discuss the latest news, rumors, and speculation surrounding open rides for the 2018...
On tonight's show, the guys are "plausibly" live from IMS for today's 2018 IndyCar Test. They talk with IndyCar CEO Mark Miles, test drivers Juan Pablo Montoya and Oriol Servia, as well as IndyCar President of Competition and Operations Jay Frye about the new-look indycar. The...