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Off Track with Hinch and Rossi

Off Track with Hinch and Rossi

Author: Hinch and Rossi

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A look into the lives of professional Indycar drivers, reality television stars, and great friends James Hinchcliffe and Alexander Rossi. Though Hinch and Rossi have seen plenty of success on the track, the show is meant to highlight their off-the-track lives, including their unfiltered opinions on what’s trending in popular culture, with each episode featuring a number of recurring, unscripted segments and an interview with a celebrity guest. Off Track is at heart a sports show, but Hinch and Rossi are well-versed in popular culture and have experience relating to influential figures across a variety of disciplines. The interviews consist of athletes, artists, and entrepreneurs -- really anyone with a passion for what they do, regardless of what that is. This is the first original production from CastBox. 
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San Jose
Hinch wants Thim to fly to San Jose to join him at the Honda NHL All-Star Game, but Thim can't fly out with only a day's notice (00:01 - 01:11). Just kidding, Thim literally hopped on a plane the next day, and flew to San Jose (01:12 - 01:43). Rossi's racing in Daytona, so it's just James and Thim this week, as guests of Honda at the NHL All-Star Game, and they're interviewing people in a 2019 Honda Passport, inside the Fan Village (01:44 - 05:11). The first guest to jump in the car with James is Dan Rusanowsky, the voice of the San Jose Sharks, and occasional INDYCAR Radio commentator (05:12 - 19:44). Next is Thomas Chabot, an All-Star player from the Ottawa Senators (19:45 - 29:25). Last, but certainly not least, Hinch's new teammate, Marcus Ericsson, chats hockey, IndyCar, and even plays a fun game with James and Thim (29:26 - 43:32). Outro and credits (43:33 - 44:23)+++Follow us on Twitter at @askofftrack. Or individually at @Hinchtown, @AlexanderRossi, and @TheTimDurham.To follow our guests on twitter, Dan Rusanowsky, Thomas Chabot, and Marcus Ericsson.This podcast is brought to you by Honda. Introducing the rugged, all-new Honda Passport. With Standard Honda Sensing®: a suite of safety and driver-assistive features. Intelligent Traction Management and available all-wheel-drive to help you conquer the toughest terrain. It’s your passport to adventure.To buy a #GetWellWickens sticker and or shirt, visit Toronto Motorsports, all proceeds go to Sam Schmidt's Conquer Paralysis Now Foundation.+++The music you heard in this episode comes from:Ryan Dann of Holland Patent Public Library. You can find him online at hollandpatentpubliclibrary.com.

San Jose

2019-01-3100:44:232

The Man, The Myth, The Nose: Tony Kanaan
Alex has the flu, but Thim is more than happy to fill in for him, even if James isn't happy about it all (00:01 - 04:44). Living legend, and father of a veritable litter of children, Tony Kanaan made his way to Hinchtown to sit down and chat (04:45 - 05:27). Tony tells James about his experiences doing Ironman races, and just how long he's been in IndyCar; hint, it's a weird feeling to race against former teammates' kids (05:28 - 08:08). TK talks about adjusting to moving from Miami to Indy full time (08:09 - 10:57). James and Tony talk about how TK got into racing in the first place {which is amazing, considering Tony was already a teenager before the automobile was even invented}, and how his father's passing played a huge role in his career (10:58 - 14:00). Tony credits Hinch with curing him of his superstitions (14:01 - 17:36). James asks Tony how he is off the track, in his life as a father, and if he has any plans for more kids {hint: Tony's nipping... er snipping it in the bud} (17:37 - 20:57). Tony talks about his plans, or lack thereof, for retirement, and how he'd like to do it; plus, if he will update the tattoo if he wins the 500 again (20:58 - 27:17). Tony talks about competing in Ironmen racing a bit more (27:18 - 28:46). Tony Kanaan is known through the paddock for being a prank master, so James gets him to open up about his favorites, including an epic one on Dan Wheldon in Japan... it gets a little... interesting (28:47 - 35:47). Tony opens up about how he'll approach things if one of his 48 kids goes into racing, plus what it's like when your kids beat you in a competition (35:48 - 39:16). Tony, how fast have you ever driven off a race track? No matter what, everyone's sure it's slower than literally any Andretti on literally any road... especially Mario (39:17 - 44:20) Outro and Credits (44:21 - 45:30)+++Follow us on Twitter at @askofftrack.Follow Tony Kanaan on twitter.To buy a #GetWellWickens sticker and or shirt, visit Toronto Motorsports, all proceeds go to Sam Schmidt's Conquer Paralysis Now Foundation.+++The music you heard in this episode comes from:Ryan Dann of Holland Patent Public Library. You can find him online at hollandpatentpubliclibrary.com.
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Comments (11)

Jeff Lance

GO ROBBY!

Mar 19th
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Gary Wood

I missed Thim, a little bit, but think that this was the best episode yet. Fun insider info about their lives and its clear they are having a great time. Who wpuldn't with the best job in the world!!!

Mar 1st
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Gary Wood

Without doubt the"Next Season" episode was my favourite ever, great banter, useful and fun inside info and outstanding camaraderie. Can't wait for the new season and I wish you both - Great skill and good fortune.

Feb 28th
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Cameron Graves

don't worry Rossi I think your cooler than NFL players 😂

Oct 11th
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Cameron Graves

This episode was hilarious! I love this podcast so much! Rossi and Hinch are are the best race car drivers!

Oct 11th
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Cameron Graves

The was a good episode I loved when they talked about the superstitions and the banquets!

Oct 4th
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Gary Wood

Outstanding podcast with enjoyable and informative hosts, filled with amusing and interesting information. Well done.

Oct 4th
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Cameron Graves

This one was such a good episode

Oct 4th
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Cameron Graves

Loved this episode

Oct 3rd
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Charles Lawrence

This podcast is what turned me on to Castbox

Sep 28th
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Jimmy Hester

I loved the show with Conor. He is as good of a person as I have ever been lucky enough to meet (several times) in Indycar. He deserves to get a great ride next season. Like his dad, He can really wheel it.

Sep 15th
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