2019 – Incredible INDYCAR Season So Far

We’ve had four races, numerous controversies, and a fan base that is already stirred up. Yes. The 2019 INDYCAR Season is already on the move. Looking at the season, back in March (which you can read HERE), I had five things I was excited about. We’re not yet halfway through the season, and yes I’m … Continue reading 2019 – Incredible INDYCAR Season So Far

S3E2 – Race Report: Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg

Listen Here Joined by the St. Petersburg travelling contingent of the Pain Tour we breakdown the 2019 Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. Topics Include RHR’s engine abuse, Bourdais’ amazing pull off was due to knowing St. Pete streets, and A.J. Foyt Racing. We also end by discussing what this race means as we look … Continue reading S3E2 – Race Report: Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg

Sun, Cars, and Rules (St. Petersburg 2019)

The race started with twenty-four cars. That right there is an amazing statistic and speaks towards the growth of the sport. The race ended with eighteen cars still running, and eleven on the lead lap.

S3E1 – Got 99 Problems, but this Podcast Ain’t One

Listen Along (or just listen)  News St. Petersburg Preview 18:20 Woman of the Week - Generva Mudge 38:41 Shit We Didn't Make Up - Bump Day / Pole Day change 43:34 News All the news that’s fit to discuss including the LED Panels, Alonso doing a throwback/tribute for the 500 and two more confirmed entries for the 500 (Mann with Clausen-Marshall and … Continue reading S3E1 – Got 99 Problems, but this Podcast Ain’t One

S2E57 – State of the Series 2019

Listen Here We’re joined by Twitter all-star @FauxWillPower (he also reveals another twitter account he runs…if you listen closely). It’s the State of the Series episode so we run down every driver in the paddock giving our opinions on them, their future, and the teams they’re on. Following drivers, we all say what track we’re … Continue reading S2E57 – State of the Series 2019

2018: Whaaaaaat is Life?

2018’s racing season started at the top of the Daytona International Speedway. Where we watched the start of the Rolex 24 Hours down on the course below us. It’s a magical spot, and a great kick off to the season.