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Best JR Motorsports podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best JR Motorsports podcasts we could find
Updated May 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.
 
The show of record for all things IndyCar. Kevin Lee is a part of both NBC Sports Network's IndyCar coverage and the IndyCar Radio Network, while Curt Cavin is now a VP at IndyCar after 30 years covering all things racing for the Indianapolis Star. Interviews with key members of the IndyCar community, and plenty of chances of listener questions and feedback.
 
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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In episode 15, Katy chats to 2014/15 Formula E champion Nelson Piquet Jr, and unsurprisingly, there was a lot to catch up on! Nelson discussed his rise up through the junior formulae, his brief and controversial spell in Formula 1, and why he thinks he'd still be racing in Formula E today but for one key decision that he made. Artwork: © Rebecca Jo…
 
Two more races are in the books and Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft, along with co-host Casey Boat and producer Jason Schultz, return to discuss everything that went down at Darlington and Charlotte. Darlington Xfinity Series winner Chase Briscoe joins the gang to discuss his emotional victory last week, beating Kyle Busch, his career …
 
In episode 17, Hazel chats to Mahindra Formula E driver Pascal Wehrlein about becoming the DTM's youngest ever champion, his time racing in Formula 1, as well as some of his experiences in Formula E and what he's been up to whilst under lockdown in Switzerland. Artwork: © Rebecca Jodgalweit / Inside Electric Intro Music: © BananaStudio2013 Content:…
 
NASCAR is back. We finally get to talk real racing as NASCAR returned for two races at Darlington Raceway. We break down the Real Heroes 400 and the Toyota 500K at Darlington, including the drama between Kyle Busch and Chase Elliott, and we preview the Coca-Cola 600 this weekend and plenty of racing from Charlotte Motor Speedway. Show notes at www.…
 
Tonight on the Talk of Gasoline on what would have been race week for the 104th Indianapolis 500, Speedway Historian Donald Davidson talks about former race starters Louie Meyer Jr, Billy Devor, Golf Course Designer Pete Dye, Past Winner Ralph Dipalma, and if older cars won the Indianapolis 500.By Trackside
 
Tonight on Trackside with Curt Cavin and Kevin Lee, it was supposed to be race week for the 104th running of the Indianapolis 500. Three time Indy 500 winner Helio Castroneves joins the show as the Legend of the Speedway this week. He talks about his career, looking ahead to his time in the car this year and answers your twitter questions. Curt and…
 
Kurt Busch joins Dale Earnhardt Jr. for a wide-ranging conversation about the veteran’s racing career. The Chip Ganassi Racing driver dives deep into his successful yet tumultuous time in NASCAR with Earnhardt and co-host Mike Davis. Busch opens up about his rapid rise into the sport, doing it his way, losing a top-tier ride, and having to fight hi…
 
Racing returned on Sunday at Darlington Raceway and Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft, and special guest and standout Cup Series rookie Tyler Reddick are back to cover the first race in over two months. They discuss Reddick’s impressive run, his knack for running the high side, having a rookie Cup crew chief, and what T.J. taught him as his…
 
NASCAR on NBC analysts Jeff Burton, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Steve Letarte discuss the impressive work of Kevin Harvick and crew chief Rodney Childers, Matt Kenseth's impressive comeback, Jimmie Johnson's surprising mistake and why the absence of practice and qualifying at Darlington Raceway could be a harbinger of things to come.…
 
In episode 16, founder and CEO of Formula E Alejandro Agag joins Katy to talk all about Extreme E - the exciting new off-road electric racing series launching next year. As well as some fascinating insight into how and why the new series was created, Alejandro also provides an update on the unique race format as well as the five groundbreaking even…
 
NASCAR vice president Steve O'Donnell joins Rick Allen and Nate Ryan to discuss the May 17 return at Darlington Raceway, including how the race will be officiated from race control, other pro sports observing the event, how health screenings and ill team members would be handled and how NASCAR will discourage postrace confrontations.…
 
Richard Petty joins his son, Kyle, on NASCAR America at Home as The King recalls the first race he attended at Darlington in 1951, explains the track's game-changing significance for NASCAR, explains why this weekend's racing will be more like the "old days" due to the lack of practice and qualifying and tells us how he'll be enjoying the race at h…
 
1969 Indianapolis 500 champion, Mario Andretti is the guest on the Legends of Indy Segment on Trackside with Curt Cavin and Kevin Lee. He reflects upon his legendary career and his top moments. He also talks about what he is up to during the extended Indy Car off season. Also, Kevin and Curt talk about the return of racing with NASCAR at Darlington…
 
It’s race week once again and Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft will be back to work this Sunday. Ahead of NASCAR’s return at Darlington, they cover the advantage some spotters may have, the breakdown of a team’s roster, restrictions placed on win celebrations, and how spotters will communicate. Chicagoland Speedway’s future is in question and the gu…
 
Dale Earnhardt Jr hangs out with old friend Matt Kenseth, as he makes a comeback behind the wheel when NASCAR returns to racing. T he former Cup Champion enlightens Dale Jr. and co-host Mike Davis about his refined workout regiment and how he is approaching this comeback. Speaking of coming back, Matt tells us that he never did use the "R" word, so…
 
Leigh Diffey sits down with F1 McLaren driver Lando Norris to discuss his skill for sim racing, his victory and experience in the IndyCar iRacing Challenge, wanting to race in the real-world Indianapolis 500, expanding his versatility beyond F1 and the aftermath of the iRacing Challenge finale controversy at Indy and his attempts to mend fences wit…
 
In episode 14, we go behind-the-scenes in the Formula E garage with journalist-turned Mahindra software engineer Alberto Blanco. Hazel caught up with him to talk bug fixes, breaking into motorsport and the hazards of working on planes. Artwork: © Mahindra Racing Intro Music: © BananaStudio2013 Content: © Inside Electric Interviewer: Hazel Southwell…
 
In this episode we are joined by special guest, NASCAR official in timing and scoring Todd Henry Jr. We talk about some NASCAR news, iRacing, NASCAR's virtual return to North Wilkesboro, and we talk with Todd about what it's like being a NASCAR official. Show notes at www.thesuperspeedway.com.By Dream Bigger Media
 
As an unusual Month of May gets underway in Indianapolis. It will be the first Month of May without the Indianapolis 500 since 1945. Two Time Indianapolis 500 champion Arie Luyendyk joins the show with Curt Cavin and Kevin Lee to talk about his career and look back on his two wins in 1990 and 1997 as well as his record setting Qualifying run in 199…
 
As NASCAR returns from the pause of the pandemic, Dale Earnhardt Jr. sits down with NASCAR President Steve Phelps for a behind the curtain viewpoint of running one of America's biggest sports. Phelps talks about the initial shut down due to COVID-19, opens up about tough decisions, shares insight into the sports' return and the opportunity they hav…
 
NASCAR’s return to racing is set at Darlington Raceway and Door Bumper Clear covers what to expect. Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft discuss racing without practice and qualifying, the 16-person team limit, isolating spotters in the grandstands, if pre-race technical inspection is necessary, tracks losing races, and more. Plus, they exp…
 
In episode 13, the team get together to pick 10 Formula E races we think you really must watch. With Formula E having generously opened up its video archive (featuring every single race in full), we thought we'd give you a little steer on where to start. From epic title deciders to crazy crash-fests, our rundown of the Top 10 Formula E races you mu…
 
NASCAR on NBC analysts Jeff Burton and Steve Letarte evaluate the NASCAR America At Home driver draft with help from news reporter Nate Ryan. Analyzing the feedback on social media from fans and the selections of their NBC Sports colleagues, Burton and Letarte find some interesting trends among the draft selections. They also give their takes on th…
 
It is the final week of April and heading into what will be a very weird Month of May in Indianapolis. 1986 Indianapolis 500 Champion Bobby Rahal joins Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin to talk about his down time and what he has accomplished. Also gets into the business side of things. He talks about if there are a minimum amount of races to satisfy a spon…
 
He won a championship, as a crew chief, with Dale Earnhardt at the age of 20. Now Doug Richert sits down with Dale Earnhardt Jr and co-host Mike Davis to talk to us about that incredible feat and more. Just how did a 16-year old go from San Jose, California to North Carolina and make the big time so quick? Richert's road has been a bouncy one that …
 
NASCAR on NBC analysts Jeff Burton and Steve Letarte (with reporter Nate Ryan chiming in on news) discuss the return of Matt Kenseth to NASCAR and why this could be a great move for Chip Ganassi Racing and the 2003 Cup champion. It could be a win-win situation for a multitude of reasons, including Kenseth's experience and leadership, Ganassi's free…
 
Discussions of returning to the race track are picking up and Door Bumper Clear is here to breakdown where and how that will happen. T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin, Freddie Kraft, Casey Boat, and Jason Schultz cover what changes will be visible during a race including pit stops, race lengths and where spotters are located. Where will the races take pla…
 
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