John Hindhaugh, Shea Adam and Jeremy Shaw look ahead to the 2020 Indycar season, which gets underway in St Petersburg this week. With input from Alex Rossi, Scott Dixon, Pato O’Ward, Oliver Askew and Charlie Kimball.
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 introduces the week’s motor sport news, including a preview of the 2019 British Superbike Championship. Tim Gray rants about the Indy 500, and Nick Daman has all the gossip from the Chinese Grand Prix
This week’s special guest is Cyrille Taesch Wahlen, with news of a new race in Australia for the Asian Le Mans Series. Mazda’s John Doonan previews the Daytona 24 hours, Nick Daman has news of a new endurance race for TCR cars at Spa, and Shea Adam discusses Indycar’s new title sponsor.
John Hindhaugh is at Laguna Seca ahead of Rennsport Reunion, and is joined by Nick Daman with the latest news from F1 and Moto GP, and Jonny Palmer for a round-up of sportscar news from Spa-Francorchamps.
John Hindhaugh talks to Jeremy Shaw about Indycar from Sonoma, Decland Brennan about why NASCAR is broken, and Kerry Cobb about the first weekend of the BSB’s Showdown.
John Hindhaugh at VIR and Tim Gray in London bring you the week’s motorsport news. Nick Daman reviews MotoGP from Austria, Jonny Palmer looks back at DTM at Brands Hatch, and Shea Adam looks ahead to five championships racing in Virginia this weekend. Plus special guest James Cameron, Chip Ganassi on Scott Dixon, and previews of ELMS and WEC at Silverstone.
Many of the greatest racing drivers from the history of Audi Sport close the one-make cup with the Audi TT Race of Legends. Fans can look forward to a motorsport spectacle, when Christian Abt, Filipe Albuquerque, Frank Biela, Dindo Capello, Rahel Frey, Marcel Fässler, Jean-Marc Gounon, Lucas di Grassi, Vanina Ickx, Tom Kristensen, Lucas Luhr, Stéphane Ortelli, Emanuele Pirro, Frank Stippler, Hans-Joachim Stuck and Marco Werner compete against each other. Commentary from John Hindhaugh and Patrick Simon Qualifying: Race:
John Hindhaugh, Tim Gray and Marshall Pruett look ahead to the 2016 Indycar season, with contributions from drivers including Scott Dixon, Graham Rahal, Conor Daly and James Hinchcliffe.