Help us with our 100th podcast and win a Tony Kanaan die-cast!

IndyCar, IndyCar commentary, More Front Wing podcasts — By on December 10, 2013 11:10 am

Our friends at Toronto Motorsports recently received stock of the Tony Kanaan 2013 Indianapolis 500 winner die-cast, and they’ve very kindly put one in our hands to give away!

(They also have plenty of other IndyCar-related gifts in stock for the holidays, and they will be the only vendor in Canada to carry the new INDYCAR Unplugged board game. Click the link above and head on over to their website to have a look.)

Now, if you’d like to be the one to win the die-cast, we’re asking for your help.

We normally take a break from producing podcasts during the off-season, but we’ve had a number of requests for a special pre-Christmas edition since there’s plenty to talk about around the IndyCar Nation lately. (We’re incredibly honored that you all keep asking. Seriously.)

But here’s the thing: our next podcast will be our 100th, and we’re pretty excited about that. We’d like to do something kind of special for it — only we can’t decide what that something special should be!

So, we’ll make you a deal. If you give us the idea that we use to make our 100th podcast the best one yet, you’ll win the TK die-cast.

(We have it on good authority that we can even get it signed for you. But we can’t get it signed and get it to you by Christmas. You’ll have to choose one or the other.)

Keep in mind, though, that it won’t necessarily be the very best idea that will win — it will be the one we use. We’d love to get AJ Foyt and Mario Andretti to talk to us together for 20 minutes, too, but we all know it’s not going to happen. The key to success is to be creative but realistic.

We’ll close entries at 9 AM Eastern on Friday and will aim to post the completed podcast next week. The first instance of a suggestion across any of our venues will be the one considered for entry.

We’ll take your suggestions in the comments section here, by email at, or on any of our pages on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Google+, or LinkedIn. (We’re not going to come right out and say that the number of likes on a Facebook comment might influence our decision, but… you might consider making your entry on Facebook if you use it.)

We can’t wait to see what IndyCar’s most loyal fans come up with. Good luck, and may the best suggestion win!