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Best JR Motorsports podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best JR Motorsports podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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On "Waltrip Unfiltered," 2-time Daytona 500 winner Michael Waltrip delivers a unique breakdown of the world of racing. "Uncle Mikey" will talk with the biggest stars in the sport each week, while taking the listener behind the curtain to provide unprecedented access, stories and reaction to the NASCAR world.
 
When you’ve spent more than 20 years of your life on the road as a NASCAR crew chief and NBC analyst, you’re bound to meet some interesting characters along the way. Letarte on Location brings you closer to all kinds of personalities that Steve has connected with throughout the years traveling the circuit. So sit down, buckle up and get ready for some “off the grid” conversations.
 
Sports journalist Jonathan Simon hosts the evergrowing podcast called The Simon Racing Report, in which discussions about racing, F1 and further BS take place with personalities from around the Motorsport and sim racing world. Guests including the world's best drivers, commentators/broadcasters and more, will appear each episode and delve into in-depth deep and meaningful discussions that will almost certainly explode and combust into controversial and immature subjects.
 
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(06-25-2020) - "the Best Driver in the Earnhardt family" joins Randy and "Hot Rod" Bob as Kelley Earnhardt Miller, the head of JR Motorsports, and sister of Dale Jr. and daughter of the late Dale Sr. talks about her being behind the wheel, the changes in NASCAR, the case of Wendell Scott and the cars she really wants some day!!…
 
(07-02-2020) - He's a radio host, photographer, magician and runs a well known successful automotive additives company. Ed Justice Jr does not try to make Randy and "Hot Rod" Bob disappear, but has some great car stories, philosophies and tales from his new book "Legacy of Justice" and is so heavy, it gives new meaning to the phrase "coffee table b…
 
NTT IndyCar Series team owner Mike Shank returns to The Week In IndyCar show to answer listener questions that range from silly to serious. Episode Time Stamps For Select Topics: How has Meyer Shank Racing survived financially during COVID-19? (starts at 2m02s) When will AJ Allmendinger drive an MSR Indy car? (14m16s) Eating 'Hardcore' Jack Harvey'…
 
In this incredible installment of our interview, Ricky Craven remembers the aftermath of two accidents -- the first at Talladega in 1996 and the second at Texas in 1997. And while Talladega was the more spectacular of the two mishaps, Craven's crash at Texas altered his career trajectory in a major way and left him doubting himself and his abilitie…
 
G'day mate! Dale Earnhardt Jr. brings in his good friend from down under, Australian racecar driver Paul Morris, to turn the show upside down. Morris and Dale jr. recall how they met, the time they got kicked out of a night club, crazy decisions over wine, driving the treacherous Bathurst race course, and landing helicopters on a casino. Paul opens…
 
It's another packed episode of The Week In IndyCar Listener Q&A show, all driven by questions submitted via social media. A sampling of the items posed this week (Q&A begins at the 12m30s mark in the episode): "Wanted to get your opinion on the Indy 500 still being blacked out in Central Indiana even though they’re capping the attendance to 50%, wh…
 
Haas Formula 1 team principal Guenther Steiner visits The Marshall Pruett Podcast for a brisk episode of My Racing Life and Career. The entertaining Italian shares stories of his introduction to the sport through rallying and transition to Formula 1, then dives into a number of topics, including his emotional management style depicted in Netflix's …
 
Standing in for regular podcast host Katy, Rob is joined by Hazel and Peter to tackle some fairly major talking points following the recent flurry of Formula E news announcements. Artwork: © Formula E Media Intro Music: © BananaStudio2013 Content: © Inside Electric Featuring: Rob Watts, Hazel Southwell, and Peter Leung Produced and edited by Rob Wa…
 
T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft have returned to the studio after a packed weekend of racing at Pocono Raceway. Along with co-host Casey Boat and producer Jason Schultz, they cover Ryan Blaney wrecking Kyle Busch, Bubba Wallace’s near miss avoiding Ryan Preece’s spin and Clint Bowyer and Alex Bowman’s door-banging sprint to the finish.…
 
Veteran race engineer Jeff Braun visits The Marshall Pruett Podcast to discuss the upcoming WeatherTech 240 IMSA race at Daytona International Speedway and the various chassis setup and engineering challenges teams will face. The two also field a few listener questions on topics spanning coffee roasting to air density. Subscribe: https://marshallpr…
 
We’re going NHRA drag racing this week with J.R. Todd of Kalitta Motorsports, who explains what he’s been in the gym doing to prepare to get back into his DHL Funny Car. For those who aren’t aware, Todd explains how he landed a ride with the legendary Connie Kalitta, and how close he was to turning around and getting a 9-5 job, to how life has chan…
 
It's time for The Week In Sports Cars podcast, all driven by listener Q&A, with Marshall Pruett and DailySportsCar.com's Graham Goodwin. Discussion Topics: IMSA (starts at 3m43s) WEC/AsLMS/ELMS/ACO (43m55s) General (1h04m19s) Fun (1h16m27s) Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribe Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/Mars…
 
Ride inside an IMSA legend as Porsche factory driver Patrick Long straps into the 800hp Fabcar Porsche 935 from 1984, and hurls it around Laguna Seca like he's hunting for lap records during the 2018 edition of the Rennsport Reunion. Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribe Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPru…
 
Jerry Cook built his first race car at age 13, but didn't start driving until age 19. Even then he had to falsify his age in order to compete because under then NASCAR rules he was too young to race. Cook eventually earned six championships, often competing in 90 to 96 races annually, and was named one of NASCAR's 50 greatest drivers. In this episo…
 
George Mack, the last African-American driver to compete in the NTT IndyCar Series, joins the Marshall Pruett Podcast for an in-depth episode of My Racing Life and Career. The Los Angeles native authored one of the most improbable open-wheel stories of the century where, with the new 310 Racing team in 2002, he went straight from karting to the all…
 
IndyCar veteran JR Hildebrand returns to The Week In IndyCar show to answer listener questions that range from silly to serious. Episode Time Stamps For Select Topics: How do you prepare differently for Indy in August? (starts at 1m41s) Interest in sports cars or sprint cars? (7m34s) His growth with societal awareness (15m12s) JR's STEM program (41…
 
This week, Ricky Craven talks about his Busch North days, when he rolled like a tank through the 1991 season. He built on that success by moving South and running the Busch Series in 1992 through 1994, We discussed his friendship with Jeff Gordon and their shared sponsorship from DuPont, the exhaustion of running his own team and finally, his move …
 
Dale Earnhardt Jr. checks in with two very intriguing guests, NASCAR Hall of Famer Dale Jarrett and fellow 2021 Inductee Red Farmer, on the Download. Jarrett discusses his recent bout with COVID-19, the symptoms that made him get tested and why he went public with his diagnosis. He also admits his biggest fear while having the Coronavirus. Dale Jr.…
 
Talladega is in the books and our spotters T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft are back to break down the wild racing on the track and the emotional moment off the track. Bubba Wallace’s spotter Freddie describes his emotions watching pre-race play out and details their strong performance. Along with substitute co-host Hannah Newhouse, the…
 
It's another packed episode of The Week In IndyCar Listener Q&A show, all driven by questions submitted via social media. A sampling of the items posed this week (Q&A begins at the 18m06s mark in the episode): "Alex Zanardi is one of the few people I would consider a hero. Do you have any Zanardi stories you'd like to share?" "Are you satisfied wit…
 
NASCAR on NBC analysts Jeff Burton, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Steve Letarte recap the hot topic at Talladega Superspeedway, including the outstanding finish; the strength of Ryan Blaney and the Team Penske cars; Ricky Stenhouse Jr.'s superspeedway prowess; the regret Erik Jones might have and NASCAR's interesting penalty call on the No. 20.…
 
Jeff Burton, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Steve Letarte on the unprecedented scene at Talladega Superspeedway with Bubba Wallace and the support of the NASCAR community; why Dale Jr. thought it was unlike anything he'd seen in NASCAR and how it made him feel better about its leadership; the impressive way Wallace raced and the presence of Richard Petty a…
 
In episode 21, the team go head-to-head with a series of punishing Formula E-themed challenges set by referee Katy Fairman. Will Rob, Hazel or Peter emerge with the title as they battle against the clock to make their case for the best of the best in Formula E? Artwork: © Zef Art Intro Music: © BananaStudio2013 Content: © Inside Electric Featuring:…
 
AJ Allmendinger was finally starting to come down from the adrenaline and excitement of winning his first oval race when he checked in with the podcast. Allmendinger describes the emotion behind his Atlanta victory, and why it meant so much to win on an oval. Without previously knowing the Kaulig Racing group, Allmendinger explains how he landed a …
 
It's time for The Week In Sports Cars podcast, all driven by listener Q&A, with Marshall Pruett and DailySportsCar.com's Graham Goodwin. Discussion Topics: WEC/AsLMS/ELMS/ACO (starts at 10m07s) IMSA (starts at 1h02m15s) DTM (1h39m54s) Fun (1h49m22s) General (2h04m03s) Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribe Join our Facebook Group: h…
 
Recorded in September of 2018, Ed Justice Jr joins us for an episode of Catching Up With to discuss Legacy of Justice, the loving biography he penned with Tom Madigan that chronicles his family's deep roots in stock cars, drag racing, short track, open-wheel, and sports cars. Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribe Join our Facebook …
 
(06-18-2020) - This week a "Classic" episode when actor Burt Ward who played Robin in the original ABC TV series Batman joined Randy in a '66 Batmobile clone at the Hollywood Show! We hear about the cars Burt always wanted, how it's not fun to play a super hero in tights, and how Burt and his wife have turned into a super hero for Dogs!…
 
Championship-winning IndyCar driver and team owner Michael Andretti pays a visit to The Week In IndyCar show to answer fan questions in the listener-driven show. Episode Time Stamps For Select Topics: Racing within a compressed schedule (starts at 0m41s) Carl Haas story and Ferrari F1 (7m27s) Andretti Autosport's strength at the Indy 500 (12m18s) D…
 
MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENT: Marcus Lemonis has challenged Rick to achieve his goal of 5,000 lifetime miles by November 8, the date of the Cup season finale. When Rick reaches that plateau, Lemonis has agreed to digitize The Scene Vault archive! In the third and final installment of our interview, DiGard Racing team owner Bill Gardner discusses the team's c…
 
An emotional Dale Earnhardt Jr., surrounded by his family, finds out that he will forever be enshrined in the NASCAR Hall of Fame as a member of 2021 class. Listen as the news breaks live on the podcast and the congratulations roll in from well-respected members of the racing industry. Special guests Rick Hendrick, Mike Helton and the NASCAR Hall o…
 
It's a new episode of The Week In IndyCar show driven by questions submitted from fans via social media. Listener Q&A begins at the 10m24s mark in the episode. Among the items covered: "With the issues between the new Laguna Seca promoter and the Historic committee and between his company and the contracts issues with the volunteer group, Is the In…
 
A busy week of racing at Martinsville and Homestead-Miami is in the books and our spotting trio of T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft are here to relive it all. Plus, Martin Truex Jr.’s former crew chief and everyone’s favorite Twitter follow Cole Pearn joins the show to discuss his success with Truex Jr., his thoughts on the current comp…
 
In episode 20, the team get together to discuss a subject that's close to our hearts, and one that's had an impact on us all during our careers - mental health. We talk through some of our own personal experiences while working in motorsport, including how we've handled stress in hyper-competitive and pressured environments, the impact of internet …
 
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