With guest Scott McLaughlin
John Hindhaugh, Jeremy Shaw and Shea Adam look ahead to this season’s Indycar season, with contributions from drivers.
John Hindhaugh is joined by Nick Daman, Shea Adam and Jeremy Shaw to look back at the week’s motor sport news. Jim Cameron explains how iRacing is saving this year’s Race of Remembrance, while Paul Tarsey previews his new show, debuting this week.
Jeremy Shaw gives his views on the opening round of the NTT Indycar Series, while John Hindhaugh explores how Creventic is putting on a 24 hour race in Portugal, with social distancing in place. Plus, what’s the future of works GT teams? Porsche’s Pascal Zurlinden, Bentley’s Paul Williams and Shea Adam give their views.
John Hindhaugh has more news on the threat to Birmingham Wheels. Nick Daman has an update on the latest news from Formula One, Shea Adam reports on Indycar testing at Sebring and Richard Craill previews the Bathurst 12 hours. This weeks Big Interview is with Bentley drivers Jordan Pepper and Seb Morris.
Declan Brennan reacts to news of the sale of Indycar and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Nick Daman looks back on the US Grand Prix and Shea Adam previews this weekend’s Michelin Encore. Plus an interview with Jim Cameron about the Race of Remembrance, and this week’s Big Interview is with David Brabham.
John Hindhaugh is joined by Nick Daman, Jeremy Shaw and Tim Gray to discuss the week’s motor sport news. We hear from Zak Brown and Sam Schmidt about McLaren’s full time return to Indycar after a 40 year absence. This week’s Big Interview is with Malcolm Cracknell, author of new racing novel Taking The World By Storm. Click here to buy a copy of the book.
As Zandvoort is announced as a F1 venue for 2020, John Hindhaugh talks to Silverstone’s Stuart Pringle about keeping its spot on the calendar. Paul Truswell crunches the numbers on the FIA WEC’s visit to Spa. Shea Adam reviews the Indycar Grand Prix, and this week’s Big Interview is with Bentley’s Brian Gush.
John Hindhaugh is joined by Jeremy Shaw and Shea Adam to look back on the Indycar Classic. This week’s Big Interview is with WRT’s Vincent Vosse.