MFW podcast episode 100

More Front Wing podcasts, Multimedia, Podcasts — By on December 19, 2013 9:04 am

Here it is — our 100th More Front Wing podcast! We’re so excited to have reached this milestone and even more excited to spend it sharing the stories of the best and most favorite IndyCar memories from every corner of the IndyCar Nation.

You’ll hear from folks hailing from Speedway, Indiana to the United Kingdom, Australia, and everywhere in between as they share their stories of the moments that hooked them on IndyCar. Some people recall their first live Indianapolis 500 experience, others had memorable experiences with drivers, and a number of folks mentioned great times with other IndyCar fans.

We’re also extremely grateful to have heard from a number of the members of the media who have kindly offered their time and expertise to the podcast over the years, including contributor John Oreovicz, Crash Gladys of Speedfreaks, the dynamic duo from NBC Sports Network Motorsports Talk Tony DiZinno and Chris Estrada, TrackSide Online’s Patrick Stephan, and many others!

A few people submitted photos for us to share as well, which are at the bottom of this post. And the entries keep coming, so we’re going to add them to the comments section below as we get them. If you’d like, please feel free to add yours.

Putting this together was a very personal and humbling experience for all of us.  We’re extremely grateful to all of you who participated and continue to listen to our podcasts and support us, and for the opportunity we have to go into our fifth season of IndyCar racing still going strong.

Thanks to all — and enjoy!

To listen, use the player below or search for More Front Wing on iTunes.



Patrick Smith enjoys drawing IndyCars on his computer and having them signed by their drivers.


Troy Lantz got to have a two-seater ride and a victory circle photo at Pocono this year!



Amy Woedl (also known as Open Wheel Mom) says Pippa Mann welcomed her son Gage into her garage at IMS this year and went above and beyond to amaze a young fan.



John Oreovicz submitted this photo of the September 1975 issue of Road & Track showing the Ferrari picture that sparked his fascination in auto racing. “You can see the marks from the edges of tracing paper from when I drew this car,” he adds.