https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-93nqv-b11ef1 We can’t believe the amazing run Simon Pagenaud had in the INDYCAR Grand Prix. We discuss all the ups and downs and drivers of the weekend. Plus some fun off-track moments and thoughts about the upcoming qualifications weekend. Spoiler alert – we don’t stop talking about how awesome Simon did and how excited we … Continue reading S3E11 – Race Report: INDYCAR Grand Prix
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-puwdq-b07bae Season 3 Episode 10 – It’s Mario Kart Warm Up the Tires News Woman of the Week: Arlene Hiss (20:10) Preview the INDYCAR Grand Prix (24:21) Shit We Didn't Make Up - The Snake Pit (50:57) News In safety news, the Advanced Frontal Protection (the nubbin’) was supposed to debut during this year’s Indianapolis 500. … Continue reading S3E10 – It’s Mario Kart
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-hctnk-af44a0 Kicking off the Month of May with a great chat with Indianapolis Motor Speedway President Doug Boles! So many great topics are covered including the new 4-time winner bricks, all the different storylines around all the different drivers, how everything is gearing up for May, and how this month is going to be great! … Continue reading S3E9 – Chatting with Doug Boles to Kick Off May
We'll see what 2019 brings, but that papaya color is going to be at Indy for a while.
Sure sometimes we get into the weeds, but this is a huge topic for anyone even remotely interested in racing. American Open Wheel was nearly irreparably harmed after the split and we're just now seeing the series climb back out!
The 1970s was the height of Second-wave feminism. Women, obtained the right to vote. They now focused on equality in the workplace and all that came with it (including things like child care and reproductive rights). It’s only right that during the 1970s two women stepped forward in motorsports to shatter barriers long standing: Lella … Continue reading 1970s: Break On Through (to the other side)
When the sport, in general, still uses women simply as trophy or sign holders: any woman who can boast top-ten finishes, poles, and a lengthy career is a role model.