Nick Daman has tales of Barcelona, Graham Goodwin has tales of Geneva, and Shea Adam has a rumour from Miami which may not be as unlikely as it sounds.
John Hindhaugh talks World Superbikes with Nick Daman, Graham Goodwin has news of a tyre war in the FIA WEC, and Tim Gray reveals some new regulations for DTM.
Special guest CJ Wilson reveals his plans for 2018, Joe Bradley gets nostalgic about Formula One and plays Dale of the Century against Shea Adam.
John Hindhaugh looks at the week’s motorsport news, chides racing drivers who appear on TV dating shows, and learns about The Crickets, post Buddy Holly.
Graham Goodwin looks ahead to this week’s entry list announcements for Le Mans, the FIA World Endurance Championship and European Le Mans Series, Tim Gray previews Nascar, and Marshall Pruett gives his views on the 2018 Indycar, which made its track debut at Sonoma this week.
John Hindhaugh is joined in Bathurst by Richard Craills. Nick Daman is in the UK, with the latest formula one news.
John Hindhaugh is joined by Shea Adam, Jonny Palmer and Richard Craill for this week’s show, from the paddock of Daytona International Speedway.
John Hindhaugh introduces the second show of the year, with news on Wacky Races, Circuit of Wales, rallying in Dakar and Russians in F1. Leena Gade is this week’s special guest.
The first episode of the new series comes from Dubai, as John Hindhaugh takes a walk through the paddock.
John Hindhaugh is joined by Nick Daman, who tells Ferrari to stop saying stupid things and Marshall Pruett, to talk about Ayrton Senna testing an Indycar a quarter of a century ago. Plus Graham Goodwin and Shea Adam, and the votes have been counted for this year’s MOTY Awards. Find out the winners in this show.