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Speed Street is a weekly show featuring IndyCar driver Conor Daly & motorsport content creator Chase Holden talking about the latest the auto racing world, IndyCar, and life on and off the track.
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After an unpredictable, weather-filled weekend at Road America, Conor Daly and co-host Chase Holden return to Speed Street to recap the historic action. On the IndyCar side of the event card in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, race fans saw rain plague practice two and most of qualifying, leading to a spectacular crash by Josef Newgarden that halted the Fast Six session as Colton Herta was in the midst of his final run. The result was Ganassi Racing rookie Linus Lundqvist scoring his first career IndyCar pole, a position he wouldn’t hold long as a fracas broke out on the opening lap of the grand prix. Conor explains that Lunqvist’s own teammate Marcus Armstrong was to blame for the pile-up that saw several contenders, including Colton Herta have their race days become much more complicated. In the end, race strategy prevailed, and a decision to stay out an extra lap before the last pit cycle brought Will Power to the front of a Penske podium sweep, snapping his two year winless streak.The IndyNXT Series also experienced historical happenings as Jamie Chadwick brought home the victory at Road America, making her the first female to win in the series since Pippa Mann in 2010. Jamie joins the show to discuss her victory and what it means for her career and other women coming up in the motorsports ranks. She explains that a lot of her transition from the W Series to the IndyNXT was spent preparing for the physicality of the racecars, which she explains are bigger and more powerful than she had experienced before. Jamie credits her engineer and driving coach with making adjustments in the car that have helped her quickly adapt, and after a 12th place points effort in her rookie season last year she had begun to hit her stride in 2024. Jamie expresses that while she’d love to race Formula One in the future, she is on the path to race in IndyCar and feels that this year’s IndyNXT field is great preparation for the challenges that lie ahead.
Conor Daly and co-host Chase Holden return to Speed Street after a wild weekend in the streets of Detroit. In a race that saw Scott Dixon put on another fuel saving clinic to bring home his 58th career IndyCar victory, there was no love lost amongst the rest of the field. Conor and Chase dig into the latest Santino Ferrucci spat with Andretti Global teammates Kyle Kirkwood and Colton Herta, which bubbled up during an incident in the second practice session of the weekend where Santino felt Kirkwood blocked him unnecessarily while he was on a fast mock qualifying run. This marks the latest in an ongoing saga of driver feuds surrounding Ferrucci, and Conor gives listeners more insight to the feelings in the IndyCar paddock regarding the AJ Foyt Racing pilot. Scott Dixon joins the show to chat about how he survived the chaos and how the layout of the Detroit circuit leads to aggressive, caution-laden events. While this most recent running saw 47-laps run under caution, Scott gives a few ideas for changes that could be made that may help eliminate some of the contact between cars in the tight turns of the street course. Chase also pitches the idea of the IndyCar Series returning to the highbanks of Michigan International, to which Scott replies he’s game as long as the fans follow them there. Scott and Conor discuss their time spent racing each other in the 108th running of the Indianapolis 500, and Scott weighs in on his contact with Ryan Hunter-Reay. Finally, the guys preview the upcoming weekend in Road America and Scott looks forward to his chaotic schedule immediately following when he’ll fly to France to begin to prepare for the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Conor Daly returns from finishing 10th in the 2024 Indianapolis 500 to join co-host Chase Holden and recap the action from this year’s “Greatest Spectacle in Motorsports”. After experiencing an electric environment at Carb Day and Legends Day leading up to Sunday, Conor fills listeners in on what it was like participating in the first rain delayed 500 in his career. Chase chimes in with his perspective from the grandstand and how impactful the opening ceremonies of the race are for fans in attendance. Conor also gives a detailed breakdown of what his race was like behind the steering wheel, including taking advantage of an early caution to use a different pit strategy and a couple of hair-raising technical difficulties. Josef Newgarden joins the show as part of his Indy 500 winning media tour. Josef details his own personal experience during the rain delay and what his team’s plan was to deal with the uncertain conditions the race had due to the later start time. Conor and Josef relate on how their cars were handling throughout the event and if Team Penske made the decision to trim out at any points to combat the cooling track temperatures. Josef praises the ability to use the outside lane effectively and credits two prominent race lines as being a major contributing factor to the on track action. Finally, the guys chat about the environment at the track and how each year the event seems to feel bigger than the preceding 500. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's officially Indianapolis 500 week and this episode of Speed Street has everything you need to prepare for the "Greatest Spectacle in Motorsports". Conor Daly returns from Indianapolis Motor Speedway after a high paced week of practice and qualifying to join co-host Chase Holden for a comprehensive breakdown of the action. After weather delays led to limited time on track, Conor and his Dreyer Reinbold crew overcame some technical odds and qualified for the 108th running of the 500. Conor explains what exactly was going on under the hood of the Polka Dot number-24 Chevy and how he feels his ride will stack up against the competition. Also, there's finally some good television ratings news in IndyCar land, could this be a sign of the Kyle Larson effect?Snake Pit performer Gryffin joins the show in anticipation of his debut at the infamous in-field stage and chats with the guys about what he expects to be a wild experience. The famed DJ reveals that he plans to delay his departing flight from Indianapolis so he can properly take in the event and immerse himself in the race day environment. This year's odd driver out, Dale Coyne Racing's Nolan Siegel also calls into the show to talk about his big crash during practice and how that put his team behind for qualifying. Nolan breaks down the teams efforts to find speed in a short amount of time and what they did to get back into qualifying trim. He also relates with Conor over the experience of racing against the clock and battling for a final starting spot in the field. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Conor Daly and co-host Chase Holden are back in the studio after the Sonsio Indy GP kicked off the Month of May in thrilling fashion. They recap all of the action that saw Alex Palou play the strategy game perfectly and pull away in the late stages of the race to a decisive victory. Conor also dissects the Santino Ferrucci and Romain Grosjean beef that spilled over from the final warm-up into the race. Conor explains that while driver disagreements and feuds are good for the sport, Santino’s actions not only put other drivers at risk but his own team’s success in the points standings. Finally, the guys discuss the hilarious moment captured on the NBC broadcast where Conor picked up Colton Herta in his golf cart during the qualification session.After the break, they are joined by race winner Alex Palou to chat about how his race played out and how he kept his cool despite Christian Lundgaard’s early display of pace. Alex explains that he was surprised by the speed his car had once they made pit stops and changed tires. Conor asks for Alex’s opinion on some of the dust-ups and struggles that were seen during the race, to which Alex replies that he is solely focused on winning another championship. Finally, the guys ask how Alex feels his Indy GP win will carry over into the rest of the Month of May. He explains that while road course and oval set-ups may vary, the winning mindset will do a lot for his and Team Ganassi’s morale in the 500. 21+ and present in NC. First online real money wager only. $10 Deposit req. Bonus issued as non-withdrawable bonus bets that expire 7 days after receipt. Restrictions apply. See full terms at fanduel.com/sportsbook. Gambling problem? Call 877-718-5543 or visit morethanagame.nc.gov. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Conor Daly and co-host Chase Holden check into Speed Street ahead of this weekend’s Indianapolis Grand Prix. The morning of recording, Team Penske issues a statement regarding a recent internal investigation they conducted following the penalties from the season opener at St. Pete. Conor fills listeners in on the team suspensions that are happening and what they might mean for the Penske paddock during the biggest month in IndyCar. Conor also dives into the motorsports weekend television ratings report which saw the Formula One Miami Grand Prix top the NASCAR Cup race at Kansas. Conor makes the case for stronger marketing for the IndyCar Series, comparing it to the hype around the Miami GP event. Finally, the guys look ahead to this weekend’s Indy Grand Prix and make their podium predictions.After the break, Dale Earnhardt Jr. joins the show to chat about the state of IndyCar and what’s to come in the Month of May. Dale weighs in on the excitement felt in the NASCAR world as Kyle Larson prepares to make his Indianapolis 500 debut, and explains that historically NASCAR drivers making the crossover have been some of the most exciting moments in motorsports. Conor asks Dale’s opinion on what IndyCar can do to help push itself to the next level, to which he brings light to the series’ current schedule structure. Dale also details his experience at the Snake Pit during his NBC broadcasting career and gives his ultimate line-up for the famed concert. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Conor Daly joins co-host Chase Holden to discuss one of the most turbulent weeks in recent IndyCar history on this episode of Speed Street. Conor delves into some of the backlash from the Penske rule infraction and how the rest of the paddock and fanbase are receiving the team’s response. They also break down the action from the highly entertaining Children’s of Alabama Indy Grand Prix at Barber, which saw Scott McLaughlin rally from the controversy and score a much needed victory. Finally, the guys have a live reaction to the race’s television ratings report and debate once again what can be done to help boost IndyCar’s presence in the mainstream racing scene.After the break, the guys are joined by Barber race winner Scott McLaughlin to chat about his hard fought victory and his keys to success at the Leeds, Alabama raceway. Scott explains that his success over the last few years at Barber had him feeling confident rolling into race weekend and his stint on fresh tires was one of his favorite stretches of driving he’s had in recent times. Scott also responds to the Team Penske penalty and gives listeners insight to what the environment was like during the race weekend. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Conor Daly returns from the streets of Long Beach to join co-host Chase Holden for another edition of Speed Street. The latest running of the historic IndyCar event saw fuel saving, strategy, controversy and tempers flare. Conor explains to listeners some of the strategies that came into play after Christian Rasmussen’s crash brought out a caution. Ultimately, Scott Dixon put on a fuel saving clinic, making the longest run of the race to bring home the victory. Conor and Chase also weigh in on Pato O’Ward’s penalty assessment for making unnecessary contact with teammate Alexander Rossi, as well as Colton Herta’s late race dust-up with Josef Newgarden.After the break, the guys are joined by race winner Scott Dixon to chat about how he felt the new technical aspects of the IndyCar Dallara handled the Long Beach circuit this year. Conor asked when Scott’s strategy came into play and at which point in his career did his expertise in fuel saving develop. The conversation also looks ahead to Indianapolis and Scott weighs his expectations for the Ganassi team. They discuss this weekend in Barber and Scott fills listeners in on how Team Ganassi is faring with the addition of a fifth car in their paddock this season.21+ and present in NC. First online real money wager only. $10 Deposit req. Bonus issued as non-withdrawable bonus bets that expire 7 days after receipt. Restrictions apply. See full terms at fanduel.com/sportsbook. Gambling problem? Call 877-718-5543 or visit morethanagame.nc.gov. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Conor Daly reports to Speed Street after the rain-shortened Indianapolis 500 open test. He and co-host Chase Holden react to Kyle Larson’s impressive second place time from the test and explain why the speed he showed may be deceiving. Conor also recaps the rest of the test results and fills listeners in on his experience with the Dreyer Reinbold team. They discuss the latest IndyCar roster changes and look ahead to the upcoming weekend in Long Beach by making their podium predictions.After the break, they welcome the most talked about storyline of the open test, NASCAR superstar Kyle Larson. Kyle gives listeners some insight into what he was feeling in his first competitive laps behind the wheel of an IndyCar. He also touches on the fact that many racing fans may be giving him too much credit after his early display of speed, revealing the many challenges he faces ahead in the month of May. Finally, Kyle contemplates the pressure of doing the Memorial Day Double and gives an honest answer to the prospects of him winning one of the events, or both. 21+ and present in NC. First online real money wager only. $10 Deposit req. Bonus issued as non-withdrawable bonus bets that expire 7 days after receipt. Restrictions apply. See full terms at fanduel.com/sportsbook. Gambling problem? Call 877-718-5543 or visit morethanagame.nc.gov. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Cars are thundering (weather permitting, no pun intended) around Indianapolis Motor Speedway as Conor Daly and co-host Chase Holden roll out a special edition of Speed Street. Conor gives listeners some insight on what is a very busy week at the historic speedway, as tens of thousands of spectators took in the solar eclipse ahead of a two-day open test for the Indianapolis 500. Conor also unveils the sponsorship details of his Dreyer Reinbold number-24 ride, which is a deal with blockchain support company Polkadot. After the break, the guys welcome Andretti Global IndyCar racer Colton Herta back to the show. He breaks down his strategy for the polarizing $1 Million Challenge at Thermal, and explains that with no points on the line he truly embraced a “dash for cash” race approach. The interview covers the Andretti team’s oval package, the prospect of racing against Kyle Larson and the rest of the races on the upcoming IndyCar schedule. Finally, Colton weighs in on the future of IndyCar and what improvements he feels the series can make to continue to progress.  To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Conor Daly and co-host Chase Holden return for another episode of Speed Street where they react to the latest developments in the IndyCar world. Conor reports that the results of the recent IndyCar hybrid test show that the drivers are happy with the developments in speed. The guys also react to the big news that Prema may be considering an IndyCar team effort, and may have gone as far as to have leased engines from Chevy. They also debate what the IndyCar field expanding to 29 entries could do to the rest of the series structure. This week, listeners sent in questions and Conor and Chase fielded a handful of inquiries regarding the new additions to the IndyCar schedule, NCAA Final Four picks and bucket list Pokemon cards.This episode also saw the return of the roundtable discussion, and former guest Kevin Beck rejoined the line-up to chat about some pressing issues in the motorsports world. In this edition, the guys do a final recap on the Thermal Club $1 Million Challenge, react to Jerry Forsythe buying a majority stake in the Long Beach Grand Prix event and Liberty Media purchasing MotoGP.  To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Conor Daly checks in from sunny California where he was boots on the ground for IndyCar’s $1 Million Challenge at Thermal Club. He joins co-host Chase Holden to discuss the polarizing event and respond to criticism and constructive feedback from social media. The guys also offer their own respective pros and cons list for the event, highlighting the social media coverage and qualifying format while suggesting a different timeframe and more fanfare. After the break, the guys are joined by the race winner, two-time IndyCar Champion Alex Palou. Alex explains to listeners what it was like dealing with the wind and terrain at the track, and how sand and debris made for challenging conditions. He also speaks on his own positives and negatives from the racing weekend, reiterating the idea of the race coming sometime in the off season. 21+ and present in NC. First online real money wager only. $10 Deposit req. Bonus issued as non-withdrawable bonus bets that expire 7 days after receipt. Restrictions apply. See full terms at fanduel.com/sportsbook. Gambling problem? Call 877-718-5543 or visit morethanagame.nc.gov. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Conor Daly and co-host Chase Holden reconvene on Speed Street to react to the latest breaking news in the open wheel world and preview the upcoming $1 Million Challenge at Thermal Club. Lost in the shuffle of the season opener at St. Petersburg, IndyCar brass met with team owners to discuss a possible charter system, and tensions rose between some of the major players in the game. IndyCar drivers were prevalent in last weekend’s 12 Hours of Sebring event, with Colton Herta and Kyle Kirkwood taking home wins. Conor breaks down just how much money is actually up for grabs at the Thermal Club exhibition event, and gives listeners some insight into what prize money drivers receive throughout the season.After the break, the guys are joined by Rahal Letterman Lanigan racer Pietro Fittipaldi to discuss how his 2024 IndyCar season started out and what he’s most looking forward to going forward. Pietro explains that due to his limited seat time in recent history, his goals are to complete laps and gain experience, all while progressing towards the front of the pack. He also breaks down how he and his brother Enzo built a huge social media presence across multiple platforms and what he hopes to achieve with the following.21+ and present in NC. First online real money wager only. $10 Deposit req. Bonus issued as non-withdrawable bonus bets that expire 7 days after receipt. Restrictions apply. See full terms at fanduel.com/sportsbook. Gambling problem? Call 877-718-5543 or visit morethanagame.nc.gov. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
With the IndyCar season opener in the rearview mirror, Conor Daly and co-host Chase Holden are back to recap the action from the streets of St. Petersburg. Conor explains why IndyCar elected to try out a new practice format for this season and how it could be helpful for a shorter circuit like St. Pete. The guys talk about the surprises and non-surprises of qualifying, and how the emotion shown by pole winner Josef Newgarden was a refreshing display. Conor gives a complete rundown of the finishing order and they dig into the events of the race. Race winner Josef Newgarden calls into the show to discuss his stellar weekend and how everything seemed to fall right from qualifying. Josef explains that not every weekend can be perfect, and with the rising caliber of the IndyCar roster, qualifying intensity is at an all-time high. Josef reveals which driver performances surprised him and who he is curious to watch the rest of the season. The guys also preview the upcoming $1 Million Challenge at Thermal and what race fans can expect from the exhibition event. 21+ and present in NC. First online real money wager only. $10 Deposit req. Bonus issued as non-withdrawable bonus bets that expire 7 days after receipt. Restrictions apply. See full terms at fanduel.com/sportsbook. Gambling problem? Call 877-718-5543 or visit morethanagame.nc.gov. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
As the IndyCar haulers head towards St. Petersburg to start the racing season, Conor Daly and co-host Chase Holden are in the studio for a special edition of Speed Street. On this episode, the guys give listeners a team by team breakdown of the 2024 IndyCar roster. They also lay out their expectations and predictions for the drivers and organizations set to compete at the season opener. Also, Conor reports some breaking driver roster news for Dale Coyne Racing and Arrow McLaren heading into the race weekend.Later in the show, legendary NBC Commentator Leigh Diffey calls in to share what he’s most excited for this season. Leigh reveals he believes one of the biggest stories will be the Arrow McLaren team’s performance, based on Pato O’Ward’s speed but inability to win a race in 2023. They also discuss what Leigh is most looking forward to in the month of May as the IndyCar world prepares for “the Greatest Spectacle in Racing”. Leigh gives some early season predictions, fills listeners in on his journey to becoming one of the most recognized voices in auto racing and his time spent commentating for the Olympics. Availability subject to regulatory approval.21+ and present in NC. Bonuses are issued in non-withdrawable bonus bets that expire 30 days after FanDuel accepts its first real money sports wager in NC. Unique user identity verification required. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling problem? Call 877-718-5543 or visit morethanagame.nc.gov. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
IndyCars are on track testing at Sebring as Conor Daly and co-host Chase Holden break out another episode of Speed Street. Conor and Chase go over the test results and weigh in on what the data could possibly mean for the upcoming season. They also react to the thrilling three-wide finish in last weekend’s NASCAR Cup race at Atlanta. During a new, refreshed version of the “Podium” segment, Conor and Chase welcome motorsports social media personality Kevin Beck to the table to debate three current topics in the sport today. They discuss NASCAR vs. F1 online discourse, F1 and Liberty Media’s copyright infringement of the “Greatest Spectacle” slogan and IndyCar banning Josef Newgarden’s last lap snake maneuver at this year’s 500.After the break, Force Indy/HMD Motorsports Indy NXT racer Myles Rowe joins the program to fill listeners in on his unconventional path through auto racing. Myles explains that one of his biggest challenges on the Road to Indy has been managing expectations, both inside and outside of the helmet. He also fills listeners in on the development of the Force Indy team, which he has been with since its inception in 2021. Myles talks about his entry into the racing world, which came through video games and a local indoor kart league. Miraculously, he has managed to turn this unusual approach into a promising career, as he carries the 2023 USF Pro 2000 Championship crown into this year’s Indy NXT season.FanDuel Disclaimer: Must be 21+ and present in select states. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Fresh off his appearance in the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game, Conor Daly joins co-host Chase Holden to fill listeners in on his star-studded adventures. The tale began last Thursday night, when Conor gave a ride to Indiana Pacers standout Tyrese Haliburton in the IndyCar two-seater in downtown Indianapolis. Conor gives a detailed breakdown of how the Friday night exhibition game unfolded and the rest of the weekend's activities. He and Chase also discuss the latest in the IndyCar injury report, the decision to move the season finale race to Nashville Superspeedway and the chaos that unfolded at Daytona.Three-time IMSA Champion and 2021 Indianapolis 500 winning car owner Michael Shank joined the show to discuss his path to becoming one of the most prominent team leader’s in the last few years. After making a go at driving himself, Shank began fielding cars for up and coming drivers in the Formula Atlantic Series, where he helped eventual three-time IndyCar Champion Sam Hornish Jr. up the racing ladder. Michael explained that around 2001 he was ready to give up on motorsports altogether, when a meeting with Jim France helped steer him into the world of sports car racing. In 2004, Michael Shank Racing entered the Grand-Am ranks in the Daytona Prototype Class, and in the last twenty years has gone on to win the Rolex 24 three-times, as well as IMSA crowns in the prototype and GT Daytona classes. Michael also details how he found himself in the IndyCar paddock, where he helped Helio Castroneves find his fourth Borg Warner Trophy and is set to take on the 2024 season with a fleet of two cars. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
While Daytona 500 week is upon us, Conor Daly is preparing for another big event, the NBA Celebrity All-Star game. He and co-host Chase Holden discuss how his involvement in the popular exhibition game came to be and what celebs he will be competing with this year. They also itemize a to-do wish list for Conor to accomplish during the Friday night spectacle. The Super Bowl, David Malukas’ injury situation and the IndyCar trading card release are also discussed.Supercross legend Chad Reed joins the show to discuss his path from rural Australia to becoming one of the most recognized figures in motorcycle racing. Chad recounts the story of trading a family horse at a very young age for his first dirt bike, a Yamaha PW50. Chad speaks on the state of motocross and supercross and praises the young talent coming through the ranks. They also chat about Chad’s venture into sports car racing, where he and Conor crossed paths in the IMSA Lamborghini Super Trofeo Series. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It’s the beginning of a new Speed Street era as show founder Conor Daly welcomes his new co-host, Chase Holden. Listeners may recognize Chase from his Garage Guys Report brand and his motorsports social media content. The two wasted no time in dissecting the week’s action packed racing news cycle, which saw IndyCar entertaining the idea of guaranteed starting positions for the Indy 500 and Kyle Larson passing his rookie evaluation for Arrow McClaren at Phoenix. Conor also fills listeners in on his own Indy 500 plans as it was announced he’ll be joining the Dreyer & Reinbold team with Ryan Hunter Reay. After the break, Conor welcomed Indy NXT racer Jacob Abel onto the program to discuss his experience thus far in the Road to Indy ladder and how it’s helping him to prepare for his future ambition of being a fulltime IndyCar competitor. Jacob tells the story of how his father’s Abel Motorsports team went from being a vintage racing outfit to one of the most competitive teams in the Indy NXT paddock. Jacob explains that this year he’ll be focusing on becoming a better qualifier as he and the team strive to bring home an Indy NXT Championship. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It’s a sad day in Speed Street world as show co-founder Joey Mulinaro announced he’s leaving the show. He and co-host Conor Daly reflect on the inception of the show and the great memories made in the first two years of its existence. There was a lot of activity in the racing world over the weekend and the guys brokedown the results from the Rolex 24 race at Daytona which saw IndyCar Champion Josef Newgarden take home a win as part of Team Penske. They also previewed the concert line-up for this year’s Indy 500 Snake Pit. After the break, the Speed Street crew welcomed 2016 Indianapolis 500 winner Alexander Rossi to discuss a recent meeting between IndyCar veteran drivers and the league's top brass officials. Rossi explained that while he could not divulge details, there was much on the horizon for IndyCar devotees and drivers alike to be excited about. They also previewed Arrow McLaren’s upcoming IndyCar team livery reveal. Finally, Conor and Rossi reflected on their time together on the Amazing Race and what they would change about the experience.  To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Chris Giles

good content. sound quality needs work.

Jun 21st
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