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Driver of the #26 Andretti Autosport machine and good friend of the show Zach Veach joined Curt and Kevin in-studio to talk about his road to earning a full-time ride in IndyCar, and why he's itching to get back into the car come January. Later on in the show, our friend Leigh...
On tonight's show, the guys are joined by Tony DiZinno of NBC Sports to talk about IndyCar Silly Season. Later on, they chat with Graham Rahal as he talks about his off-season IMSA Sports Car program with Team Penske, and if he's ever had offers to leave his dad's IndyCar team...
On tonight's show, Curt and Kevin chat with the newest member of Chip Ganassi Racing in driver Ed Jones. They are later joined by Jim Leo of PitFit, and then close the show with the Historian of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Donald Davidson!
On tonight's show, Curt Cavin and Kevin Lee discuss the still-unnamed driver of Chip Ganassi's #10 car, and Brendon Hartley's uncertain status now that he's dipping his toe in the waters of Formula 1. Anders Krohn of NBCSN joined the guys in the second hour and talked about...
On tonight's show, the guys react to today's event at the IMS Museum with Takuma Sato seeing his face on the Borg-Warner Trophy. They also talk to EC Mueller of Portland International Raceway about next year's return to IndyCar. In the second hour, Kevin chats with USF2000 owner...
On tonight's show, Kevin answers your Twitter Questions in the first hour of the program. Later on, Curt Cavin joins in to help discuss today's release of the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series Schedule, and the news of Portland joining the series while Watkins Glen departs. IndyCar...
Curt Cavin and Kevin Lee are back for another episode of Trackside! The guys talk about the latest news so far in the early offseason for IndyCar. In the second hour, Robin Miller of Racer.com joined Kevin to talk about the latest rumors he's heard regarding IndyCar in 2018 and...
With the offseason in full swing, IMS President Doug Boles stopped by the studio with Curt Cavin and Kevin Lee to talk about the 2017 IndyCar season, and how the Speedway is continually looking to improve the year-round fan experience.
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...