Archive for the ‘Podcasts’ Category
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.
Steph and Paul wrap up the 2011 More Front Wing podcast season with a tribute to Dan Wheldon.
Paul in joined by IMS Radio Network anchor Mike King to preview the IZOD IndyCar Series Season Finale at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Firestone Indy Lights driver Stefan Wilson joins us for the first time, and we wrap up the weekend’s events at Kentucky Speedway.
This week, Paul and Steph catch up with Pippa Mann and Wade Cunningham to discuss their prospects at Kentucky and Las Vegas.
On this week’s More Front Wing podcast, Paul and Steph review Indy Japan: The Final at Twin Ring Motegi.
This week, Paul and Steph are pleased to be joined by the driver of the #6 machine for Team Penske, Ryan Briscoe.
Marshall Pruett joins us for this week’s podcast to review this past weekend’s Indy Grand Prix of Sonoma.
Paul and Steph are very pleased to be joined by Justin Wilson, who offers driver analysis on this past weekend’s race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and talks about the incident that caused his injuries at Mid-Ohio.