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Author: Marshall Pruett

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Marshall Pruett interviews today's racing stars, yesterday's heroes, and posts plenty of racing sounds in his new podcast.
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It's another packed episode of The Day At Indy for Saturday, May 18, as a wild day of qualifying for the Indy 500, led by our opening guest Spencer Pigot from Ed Carpenter Racing, saw McLaren Racing and Fernando Alonso miss out on securing a spot in the field for the Spaniard while Tim Clauson's Clauson-Marshall Racing USAC dirt racing program earned the 30th and final position available on Saturday. Clauson is joined by Team Penske's Josef Newgarden who, like Pigot, earned the right to vie for pole position on Sunday after capturing a spot in the Fast 9.We close with Harding Steinbrenner Racing's Colton Herta, who posted the fifth-fastest speed and will also take a shot at pole, and gives us some amazing insights on his amazing performance on Saturday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribeJoin our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast
It's a packed episode of The Day At Indy for Friday, May 17, as RACER's F1 reporter Chris Medland and RACER's Robin Miller review a strange day and preview who might make--and miss--the field of 33 this weekend at Indy. They're followed by Ricardo Juncos, whose team is in a fight against time to prepare a backup car for Kyle Kaiser who destroyed his primary chassis in a heavy crash on Friday, and we close with NBC Sport's analysis Anders Krohn, who adds his insights on how the week has shaped up with qualifying on the horizon.Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribeJoin our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast
Welcome to the feature series ‘How Roger Penske Changed The Indy 500,’ which celebrates the most successful entrant at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on the 50th anniversary of his first which took place in 1969.This 15-part series spans some of the greatest drivers, managers, mechanics, designers, and the man himself, Roger Penske, to document The Captain’s vast influence on America’s defining motor race, the Indy 500, and in many instances, the sport as a whole.Our guest for the fifth episode is The Rocket, Rick Mears, the only man to win all four of his Indy 500s while driving for Roger Penske in a career that spanned 1978 through 1992 in the cockpit, and who continues to this day as a driver coach and consultant for Penske’s NTT IndyCar Series team.Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribeJoin our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast
Welcome to the feature series ‘How Roger Penske Changed The Indy 500,’ which celebrates the most successful entrant at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on the 50th anniversary of his first which took place in 1969.This 15-part series spans some of the greatest drivers, managers, mechanics, designers, and the man himself, Roger Penske, to document The Captain’s vast influence on America’s defining motor race, the Indy 500, and in many instances, the sport as a whole.Our guest for the fourth episode is Mario Andretti, whose lone Indy 500 win came the same year as Penske’s introduction to Indy, and who drove for The Captain at the Speedway from 1976 to 1980.Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribeJoin our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast
Three-time Indy 500 winner Dario Franchitti, new Indy 500 team owner Elton Julian from DragonSpeed, and driver James Davison from the Dale Coyne Racing with Byrd/Hollinger/Belardi program join us for The Day At Indy on Thursday, May 16, where another crash, repairs from Wednesday's crashes, the absence of Fernando Alonso's car on pit lane, Jimmie Johnson's appearance, Felix Rosenqvist's return to action, rain, getting Ben Hanley up to speed in Julian's car, issues with travel visas, and Davison's efforts to make it into the field of 33 are discussed.Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribeJoin our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast
IndyCar reporter Katie Hargitt joins us for The Day At Indy to discuss the second day of practice for the Indianapolis 500 where crashes and surprise performances dominated the conversation, and an update on Hargitt's Fuel The Female STEM initiative closes the conversation.Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribeJoin our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast
Chip Ganassi Racing managing director Mike Hull is back as our guest for The Week In IndyCar as he and show host Marshall Pruett field questions from IndyCar fans following the Indy GP and heading into the opening week of practice for the Indy 500.Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribeJoin our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast
Andretti Autosport's Conor Daly joins us for The Day At Indy to discuss the first day of practice for the Indianapolis 500, how his experiences in 2019 have differed greatly from 2018 at a different team, whether fans should be concerned about McLaren's early issues with Fernando Alonso's entry, and more...Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribeJoin our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast
It's the latest edition of The Week In Sports Cars podcast with Marshall Pruett and Graham Goodwin driven by listener-submitted questions from Facebook, Reddit, and Twitter.Topics:WEC/AsLMS/ACO/ELMS(starts at 1m42s)IMSA (29m27s)General and Fun (52m35s)Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribeJoin our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast
Welcome to the feature series ‘How Roger Penske Changed The Indy 500,’ which celebrates the most successful entrant at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on the 50th anniversary of his first which took place in 1969.This 15-part series spans some of the greatest drivers, managers, mechanics, designers, and the man himself, Roger Penske, to document The Captain’s vast influence on America’s defining motor race, the Indy 500, and in many instances, the sport as a whole.Our guest for the third episode is the irascible Bobby Unser. There’s no question about Roger Penske that Bobby Unser can’t turn 180 degrees and make about himself. And that’s the Uncle Bobby charm.He takes mechanics, team managers, his brother Al, and even Mr. Penske to task when recounting his IndyCar career in and around The Captain’s empire. He also defends Mr. Penske with ferocity, presented in an abstract, me-first manner, of course.At 85, Uncle Bobby has a free pass to curse and cajole all he wants. And here, it’s an urging to beware: If your ears are sensitive to the unholiest of words and creative ways to describe fornication, this episode is one to skip, with haste.Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribeJoin our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast
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Joseph Smith

noice

Dec 20th
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Alison Vinitsky

Listened to this when it first came out. I.t was even more interesting tti listen to it again today with the season almost over. Love your indycar podcasts, Marshall!

Sep 1st
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