Archive for the ‘Podcasts’ Category
It’s time for Track Geek Wars! Our guest for this episode, INDYCAR Nation contributor and editor of IndyCarAdvocate.com Zachary Houghton, faces off with Paul in an IMS trivia battle royale for bragging rights and the title of King Track Geek.
Paul and Steph welcome Graham Rahal this week in his first appearance on the More Front Wing podcast.
Paul and Steph welcome Chris Estrada of IndyRacingRevolution.com to the podcast to review Long Beach, cover some recent headlines, and look forward to the streets of São Paulo.
Mark Jaynes of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Radio Network joins Paul to look back on what we’ve learned from the 2012 IZOD IndyCar Series and preview the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach
George Phillips of Oilpressure joins us this week to review the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama at Barber Motorsports Park.
Paul and Steph are pleased to welcome Brant James of ESPNW and Autoweek to discuss the Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg and look ahead to the upcoming race at Barber Motorsports Park.
Steph and Paul welcome Tony DiZinno from RACER Magazine for More Front Wing’s 2012 season preview podcast.
Oriol Servia, JR Hildebrand, and Tony Kanaan talk about the DW12 and the 2012 IICS season.
Last weekend at the Canadian Motorsports Expo, James Hinchcliffe sat down with More Front Wing to discuss the rapid ascension of his INDYCAR career, his former and present teams, the development of the DW12, and his thoughts on filling the seat originally to be held by Dan Wheldon.
INDYCAR CEO Randy Bernard addresses INDYCAR Mobile, Milwaukee, SMI, and more at the State of INDYCAR conference.
At a fan Q&A session at the Canadian Motorsports Expo this past weekend, James Hinchcliffe discussed a number of points relating to the DW12 and the new engine formula, his new team and its plans for 2012, and many other topics, and he did so with his characteristic optimism and affability.
Beaux Barfield was officially announced as the new Race Director for the IZOD IndyCar Series earlier today, and he very kindly spared More Front Wing a few moments of his time to allow us a closer look into the philosophies behind his officiating and the changes we can expect to see in 2012.