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Best Open Wheel podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Open Wheel podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
Updated July 2020
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Flash F1 is a fresh Formula One Podcast delivering a fun, conversational take on the racing, personalities, technology, news and gossip that makes each season so exciting! Subscribe to hear great commentary and excellent interviews with personalities from around the world of F1.
Podcasts from TJSlideways.com including post race reports, in depth interviews, and the open wheel spectacular show!
Cooperative/Collaborative project [ origins with Katherine Legge/K. Kalkhoven from Champcar 2005/2006 ]
IndyCar, Your one-stop strategy for IndyCar News wrapped up in a convenient, fun show.
Hosted by Jimmy Miller and Michael McIntyre. "Young motorsports minds with their take on all things dirt open wheel racing."
Movies, TV, Books, Comics, Racing & More!
Welcome to the 'Formula Fix Podcast' Blog. Seeking to continually increase the exposure of junior open-wheel formula car racing in North America, Formula Fix Podcast powered by eFormulaCarNews.com has been created. An online radio show hosted by Rob Howden and Al Craighead, the aim is to provide a closer look at both the pro and amateur side junior formula car racing via news announcement, discussion and interviews.
The Push to Pass Podcast is the one stop strategy for INDYCAR news, race reviews, and commentary.
Listen to driver interviews, whats going on with the series and upcoming events
This is a podcast for fans of racing, all kinds of racing. Hosted by Bradley Brownell (Hooniverse Motorsport Editor/FlatSixes.com), Eric Rood (BangShift.com/HotRod/Roadkill/LeMons Judge/Numbers Guy), Stef Schrader (Jalopnik/BlackFlag/Puffalump Enthusiast/#1 Coco), and Pat Hoffstetter (Hooniverse/Formula 1 Fanatic/All 'Round Good Guy). Every week, we'll provide you with the best in motorsport coverage, or we'll at least make it listenable. For everything you need to know about stock cars, ope ...
All things racing from NASCAR to the American LeMans series
40 minutes of conversation between UK Tech Industry old gits Matt Ballantine and Chris Weston.
The first video podcast for the RV enthusiast! If you have a passion for the open road and travel by Motorhome, with your 5th wheel or travel trailer or just like to tent camp, check out this monthly show for tips, destinations, and interviews. Each webisode has a focus on the RV lifestyle.
Nicole Byer is single and has been for decades. She’s smart, funny, has a fat ass and loves giving blow jobs. So the question is why is she perpetually single? This podcast is a quest to find that answer. Every week, Nicole invites a comedian, friend, or ex-fling to interview their dating life and figure out her own.
The first video podcast for the RV enthusiast! If you have a passion for the open road and travel by Motorhome, with your 5th wheel or travel trailer or just like to tent camp, check out this monthly show for tips, destinations, and interviews. Each webisode has a focus on the RV lifestyle. This is the audio only version of the video podcast.
Inside the hottest personal tech stories of the week; mobile apps, gear, social networking, and entertainment.
Just take a breath and sit down for a second, each week Hunter White and James Pontillo reinvent the wheel by being two straight white open mic comics and host a podcast. This comedy rocket blasts off every Monday morningPodcast powered by Spreaker. Go to www.spreaker.com/create
Sleazy entertainment making its way through your auditory canals. Join two friends for a weekly humorous conversation about life, love, and everything in between, with the occasional third wheel. Explore yourself and each other as we open both physical and mental doors and breakdown the barriers that are holding you back from accomplishing your dreams. We strive, and encourage you, as always, to keep it sleazy.
Subscribe to Secrest Wardle’s podcast pertaining to various areas of the law. Host contact information will be provided along with each podcast. Questions and/or comments from listeners are encouraged. Secrest Wardle is a law firm specializing in defense litigation and counsel for insurance, municipal, and commercial clients headquartered in Troy, Michigan, with additional offices in Grand Rapids and Lansing. For additional information, please visit www.secrestwardle.com, send an email to in ...
Join Jack, Kevin and Sam as they journey through the wonderful world of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, one randomly selected episode at a time! Each week, they'll go over their notes on each episode, compare them with other iterations of Star Trek, complain about Voyager, talk about whatever the hell else comes to mind, and much, much more! Of course it wouldn't be Reopening the Wormhole without the requisite visit to Quark's to spin the Dabo wheel and determine next week's episode. So crack op ...
Arizona High School, College and Pro Sports News
Who is driving your life? Move beyond the excuses that are messing with your life. Join us for conversations to open your eyes and mind to new thought to help you live a sweeter life.
Chorus walks by your side if you are older, living with disability or in mental health recovery. Chorus Voices is a collection of stories from our Chorus community. Sometimes we talk about the little things and sometimes we talk about the big things. It all matters when you’re a part of a community. Our Chorus community is creative and courageous. Sometimes we laugh. Sometimes we cry. We are always learning. Listen in to Chorus Voices to find out why we are a fresh approach to community service.
Tune in for the latest and greatest in the Magic: The Gathering community! Don't forget to follow us on Twitter @MTG_BrewCrew and look for new episodes every week!
Matt Alpert, Managing Editor of Wide Open Country, explores the wide world of country music with help from musicians, songwriters and celebrity guests.
Understanding how to improve mind/body functioning and enhancing quality of life and performance.
A group of true Disney Nerds discussing all things Disney!
Do you want to know what the future will look like? Open your mind and hear how researchers at Australia’s University of Wollongong SMART Infrastructure Facility are preparing for it.
Can an out of shape American male train and compete in a marathon in one year's time? Every Thursday new episodes of Marathon Man drops in your favorite podcast app.
Trey Leger has spent a lifetime of battling mental illness and the imaginary demons from his childhood. Even now, years later and with a growing family, he still can’t walk past an open, darkened closet without seeing...it. The shadowy silhouette. The burning emerald eyes. The Closet Man. Now, there's a new ice cream truck roaming the neighborhood and Trey believes its driver is a monster. While the neighborhood children see a friendly man serving the treats, Trey sees a frightful demon behi ...
We are The Theme Park Duo! We are a Husband and Wife team that absolutely love Theme Parks, Amusement Parks, Haunts, Dark Rides, Roller Coaster and many more things in the Theme Park world. Now the fun doesn’t stop here, we have a fun podcast called “The Theme Park Duo Podcast”. On that show we will talk about a myriad of topics and news of the Theme Park world. Along side the podcast, we have this site to publish all our reviews of upcoming theme park and haunt events. We have some fun peop ...
PM covers stories across Australia and the world, explaining and analysing the most important events and issues of the day.
This is the show for entrepreneurs to get their fix of money mindset! I'm talking about all things mindset for thriving in your business and life. Manifesting, emotions, clearing mindset blocks, and some special guests will even talk about the shifts they needed to experience to get to where they are now.
When we open the pages of the best seller of all time, we enter the greatest story ever told. Unlike the Koran, the Scriptures of both Jews and Christians tell a story. Do you know the setting of this story, the main characters, the plot, the climax, and the resolution? Who are the good characters and the bad? Is it a comedy or a tragedy? This series will help you feel comfortable and confident that you know the story that God is telling in His Word, why He is telling it, and how you fit int ...
Thirty years ago -- in the second year of our marriage -- my husband Gene and I (with our toddler Brooke in tow) took -- what turned out to be -- a glorious two month motor trip across Canada and Alaska -- starting in Quebec and winding up in British Columbia. I still smile as I think of Gene shaving in our motor home’s rear view mirror on a cool morning by a pristine lake in Yukon Territory. I still cherish the extraordinary kindness of a farmer in Saskatchewan who rescued us from a ditch w ...
Recollections of Life in Ohio is the autobiography of William Cooper Howells (1807-1894), father of the American novelist William Dean Howells. The Howells were Welsh woolen mill owners. William Cooper's father brought the family to America in 1808--at a time when Great Britain actually forbid skilled workmen from emigrating, thus putting the father's practical knowledge of mill machinery in great demand. Small scale industries--paper and woolen mills, flour mills, and distilleries were spro ...
Alan J Porter and Van Allen Plexico review the classic 1971 Steve McQueen racing film about the 24 Hours of Le Mans--and all the fascinating behind-the-scenes drama that accompanied it. Fourth in their ongoing series of reviews of racing movies. Be a part of the White Rocket Entertainment family by becoming a patron of the shows: https://www.patreo…
Jordan Hamm in for the vacationing Brad Cesmat Tuesday. Arizona High School football is back, in most places. Jordan and Eric discuss the much different look of summer workouts as teams adjust to the new normal of COVID19 restrictions and regulations. Major League Baseball just can’t seem to get out of their own way. Jordan and Eric talk about if t…
New coronavirus cases are popping up in new places as Victoria records more than one hundred new cases for the third day in a row; and could electrical vehicles be the solution to Australia's fluctuating energy supply problems, by unlocking an ability to feed in to the grid?
A new trial launched in the nation's capital is set to take electric vehicles to the next level as a back up power supply for the electricity grid.
Facebook, Google, Twitter, Zoom and LinkedIn have risked fines and jail terms by suspending compliance with requests from Hong Kong authorities for user data.
Australia may make moves to slow the numbers of people arriving from overseas, the Prime Minister says he wants to talk about the issue at National Cabinet on Friday.
PM has been told some of Australia's top corporate leaders are seeking counselling as they deal with uncertainty and the enormous amount of anxiety it creates.
Melbourne's second lockdown will hurt businesses already struggling from the first wave of COVID-19 restrictions - but will there be a ripple effect on the national economy?
New coronavirus cases are popping up in new places and slipups in testing and airport screening are threatening new risks in regional towns as greater Melbourne prepares to lockdown again for 6 weeks from tonight.
Melbourne is going back into lockdown, the Victorian Premier points to complacency behind the state's surging coronavirus outbreak; and there'll be more economic costs from the latest lockdown and new border closures, we speak to a 25 year veteran of the Melbourne restaurant industry, Caterina Borsato.…
A new United Nations report warns the world can expect more pandemics with greater frequency unless humankind implements some fundamental changes to how it uses the planet.
One new COVID-19 case in New South Wales is a returned traveller who had done his mandatory 14 days quarantine with no sign of the virus. Is the quarantine period long enough?
Police and the army have been called in to close the New South Wales border with Victoria at midnight, but what that means for both states' heavily populated border towns is still unclear and tensions are rising.
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has an additional concern about Australians travelling to China and it's not related to the pandemic.
Gail McHardy from Parents Victoria tells PM, the government needs to be crystal clear with parents about what will be required of them over the next 6 weeks.
Caterina Borsato owns an Italian restaurant in Melbourne's CBD. She tells PM the second lockdown won't be the end for her, but the government will need to provide compensation for the financial pain.
Dr Sacha Stelzer-Braid tells PM the lockdown strategy is the right thing to do because there could be more cases about to emerge from an incubation period.
Metropolitan Melbourne as well as the Shire Council of Mitchell - to the north of the city - will return to lockdown at midnight tomorrow after the state recorded its biggest one-day jump in case numbers since the pandemic began.
On this week’s show we speak with Charity IT leader Paul Smith about the impact of Covid on the not-for-profit sector, and how technology might help charities to survive and thrive in the future.By ballantine70
A tipping point's reached in the Victorian coronavirus outbreak with more cases and deaths; New South Wales is closing the border and top epidemiologist Mary-Louise McLaws tells PM the outbreak has accelerated very rapidly and it’s now time to think about locking down the whole of Melbourne.
Young people are getting their news from social media platforms or talking about it with friends and family.
THE THEME PARK DUO PODCAST: SUBSCRIBE ON iTUNES, GOOGLE PLAY, STITCHER, iHEART RADIO AND SPOTIFY! On this weeks episode of the Theme Park Duo Podcast, Gabe and Nikki talk about the history of another Disney Park the world never got to see! Disney's America, which was suppose to be in Virginia, never made it past land purchase! Find out what caused …
On top of an economic lashing from the pandemic, Britain faces an economic hit from Brexit. While it has faded from the headlines under the weight of coronavirus, a December deadline looms for Britain's departure from the single market and the customs union.
The spike in the number of Victorian coronavirus infections, and the closure of the Victorian New South Wales border, is threatening to intensify Australia's already deep recession.
A top Australian epidemiologist says it's time to lock down all of Melbourne, and she's calling for a purpose built facility to move large groups of people to, such as those who are locked down in the high-rise towers in North Melbourne and Flemington.
Victoria is now isolated from all its neighbours as authorities struggle to contain the spread of coronavirus in various hotspot suburbs.
Formula 1 is back on track for the first time in 217 days and the wait was worth it. The drivers delivered a complete banger of a race! Join us as we break down the race weekend! note there are some technical issues with the audio... please forgive our rookie producer ... we intend to ensure that we never replicate these errors again Mark and Gil d…
Celebrate the 4th of July with the Disney Nerds Podcast! Join us this year with a helping of history from the Muppets from there days over in Liberty Square. Then as darkness falls, join us for a 'Concert In The Sky' Fireworks Celebration. The audio is INCREDIBLE. Have a Safe and Fun 4th of July and Thanks for Listening!…
Getting through this pandemic hasn't been easy. Each day can feel like a slog, especially when, for many people, the necessary shelter-in-place restrictions have no end in sight. While being cooped up and isolated from others isn't pleasant, there are some ways to make the experience more bearable. This week on Gadget Lab, WIRED service editor Alan…
Amid the mass testing blitz across Victoria's coronavirus hot zone, authorities face resistance from people sucked in by misinformation online; and Australia's defence forces have seen a surge in job applications, but what's the reality for the next crop of ADF recruits?
The AFL will relocate all clubs currently playing in Melbourne, interstate, due to the spike in COVID-19 cases in the city's north and west.
A campaign calling for the US Federal Attorney-General, William Barr, is growing louder.
The scarcity of secure jobs has triggered a flurry of interest in defence jobs, with the Australian Defence Force reporting a 40 per cent rise in applicants after the COVID-19 downturn began.
Indigenous leader Roy Ah-See dismisses the new Closing the Gap plan as "not a major shift", instead calling for the indigenous voice to parliament to be enshrined in the constitution.
A draft agreement for the future of the Closing the Gap targets to address indigenous Australians' disadvantage is out and it promises a big shift to more involvement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Why thousands of people are saying no to coronavirus tests in Melbourne's hot zones continues to baffle authorities.
Actress and comedian Santina Muha (One Day at a Time, Curb Your Enthusiasm) answers the worst questions to ask someone in a wheelchair, shares some of the aggressive messages she's received on dating apps, and asks to include disability in today's conversation about diversity. Plus, Nicole recaps her experience 'Facetime dating' in quarantine. Supp…
The Victorian health minister has vented her frustration over Melbourne's worrying outbreak thought to be caused by the state's botched hotel quarantine program.
Australia considers protection for Hong Kong residents who may want to flee after Beijing slaps draconian security laws on the territory; and big name companies pull advertising from Facebook, reacting to a movement called “Stop Hate for Profits” and it’s reached Australia too.
A global campaign is now underway attempting to send a message to Facebook that hate speech on its platform won't be tolerated.
The rate of Australia's vegetation loss is in renewed focus, with new data showing NSW land clearing increased by almost 60 per cent in the decade to 2018.
There's a by-election in the southern NSW seat this weekend triggered by the resignation of Labor MP Mike Kelly for health reasons.
As Victoria announces the terms of reference for its judicial inquiry into the hotel quarantine program, both NSW and the NT have each recorded a case connected to Melbourne hotels
Hong Kong lawyer and writer Antony Dapiran tells PM that Beijing's National Security law for the territory seems specifically designed to target the actions of protesters.
Australia is considering offering safe haven visas to Hong Kongers deemed in need of protection following the introduction in the territory of sweeping national security laws.
The first installment in Secrest Wardle's 2020 Premises Liability Webinar series discussing open and obvious defense strategies. Hosted by: Thomas J. Azoni Senior Partner Secrest Wardle, Troy If you are not already on our distribution list, to receive invitations to register for the Premises Liability webinars correlating to our podcasts, please em…
Andrew, Gary, Joe and Special guest Pete Ingram discuss what's popular in the Magic the Gathering metagame! Follow us on Twitter at @MTG_BrewCrew and subscribe to us on iTunes Stitcher, Spotify, and SoundCloud! Intro and outro song by Ryan Ricigliano. Intro-monologue background music is Final Fantasy 7 Prelude by composer Nobuo Uematsu.…
Victoria sees a big increase in the number of COVID-19 cases linked to community transmission, as hundreds of thousands prepare to go into a second lockdown; and plans for a massive new defence spend over the next decade, with the Prime Minister keen to threaten adversaries from a greater distance to discourage attacks.…
From 1 July, bank customers can request their bank share their personal information and transaction data with another bank or with a financial products comparison service.
Vladimir Putin, whose Presidency is due to end in 2024, is set to win approval in a national referendum extending his rule. Mark Galeotti says Putin appears to be losing interest in ruling, but has no chosen successor, so needs time to find a way out.