The Talk of Gasoline Alley

With rain in the forecast for this weekend's Brickyard 400, IMS Historian Donald Davidson joined David Dearing to look back on the 1995 Brickyard 400 which, somehow, ran on it's scheduled day despite rain covering most of Central Indiana.
Prior to 1994, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway went multiple decades with JUST the Indianapolis 500 as its lone event. Tonight on "The Talk of Gasoline Alley", IMS Historian Donald Davidson joins David Dearing to talk about "The Harvest Classic" and other races held at the...
Donald Davidson and David Dearing bring you "The Talk of Gasoline Alley" for the final time this month. Tonight, Donald profiles Maurice Kraines, owner of Kraco Enterprises, and whose bright blue and yellow colors dawned the likes of Michael Andretti, Bobby Unser, and others at...
Penske, Ilmor, and Mercedes showed up to the 1994 Indianapolis engine with a world-beating engine that went on to dominate the entire Month of May, but what exactly made it so special? Donald talks about the engine, and the shocking conclusion to that 1994 race.
We begin today's show with Donald answering Alex in Speedway's question from the night before about his favorite memories of the legendary Voice of the Indianapolis 500, Sid Collins.
IMS President Doug Boles helped Kevin Lee and Donald Davidson kick off tonight's show by asking the IMS Historian what his favorite moment is throughout the Month of May.
IMS Historian Donald Davidson is back answer your questions of a historic nature related to the Indianapolis 500 and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Tonight, Donald details the true story of a car driven by Bill Vukovich that was put on a building's roof back in the 60's.
On tonight's how, Speedway Historian Donald Davidson looks back at the thrilling end of 1983's race where Al Unser Jr. may or may not have "blocked" eventual winner Tom Sneva from passing his father Al Unser Jr. with 20 laps to go.
IMS Historian Donald Davidson is back once again as nighly editions of "The Talk of Gasoline Alley" roll on. Tonight, Donald profiles car owner Jim Trueman, and how he spent some of his finals days at Indianapolis, watching his car and Bobby Rahal take the checkered flag.