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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...
As NASCAR officially takes to the track with the Xfinity cars today, Kevin Lee chats with Brad Gillie of PRN and Trackside's producer David Dearing about the Xfinity cars running restrictor plates, how Stage Racing and a new Points System has changed the Cup Series, and exactly...
(Photo courtesy of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway) The guys switch gears over to this weekend's race and discuss the rise and fall of NASCAR's popularity, the early success and recent struggles of the Brickyard 400, and what NASCAR is trying to do to improve the racing for the...
Curt Cavin and Kevin Lee return for anothe nightly episode of "Trackside" for Brickyard Week. The guys touch on the news out of Pocono surrounding Brandon Igdalsky, as well as more Silly Season conversation as we already start to look ahead towards 2018.
On tonight's show, Curt and Kevin recap Helio Castroneves' impressive win at Iowa, ending a 3-year winless drought. They are also joined by good friend of the show John Andretti towards the end of the program to give an update on his health, and preview the Race for Riley.
The guys are back in-studio tonight, getting you set for this weekend's Iowa Corn 300. Later on, the guys are joined by Red Bull GRC driver Mitchel deJong, as well as USAC Sprint Car driver Robert Ballou.
On tonight's show, Curt Cavin and Kevin Lee chat with Road America-winner Scott Dixon. In the second hour, Kevin takes a vacation, while Curt chats with impressive IndyCar rookie Ed Jones, as well as the voice of the IMS Radio Network in Mark Jaynes.
On tonight's show, the guys preview this weekend's race in Road America. In the second hour, Curt and Kevin are later joined by Sebastien Bourdais to give an update on the status of his recovery, and why he still thinks he'll be able to hop in a car for Sonoma.