We're "gearing up" (see what I did there?) for the new IndyCar season and Ed Carpenter Racing driver Spencer Pigot checked in before the first race in St. Pete. Great insight from one of the most promising young drivers in the series today (I'm betting money he'll win this season...seriously, he's that good)
He's new to IndyCar this year - but familiar to fans of racing after spending the last five seasons in Formula One. Interesting insight from Marcus Ericsson - new driver of the #7 Honda for Schmidt Peterson Motorsports.
Today (Wednesday, Feb 20th) is Roger Penske's birthday - so I thought we'd go back to our conversation with The Captain...great insight into his thought process on IndyCar, NASCAR and the importance of team chemistry.
Matt Yocum checks in after the Daytona 500 - what does this win mean for Denny Hamlin? What did Joe Gibbs do with the trophy after the win (and how it connects to Roger Penske) - does Joey Logano have a beef? And of course we talk Bob Seger
Couple of auto reviews this week: You've seen the commercials for the GMC Sierra Denali and it's fancy tailgate...but what about the rest of the truck? And how do we feel about the Mazda CX-9? (Mixed is the best description)
His Action Express racing team has won the IMSA DPi series two of the past three years, his name is Eric Curran and he's one of the coolest drivers on the track. We talk Detroit Grand Prix, NAIAS, IMSA, Belle Isle and Jason Statham.
Bill Goldberg joined the show to talk about the passing of "Mean" Gene Okerlund and how much Gene meant to him throughout his wrestling career and life...We also find out which Dodge Bill is driving...
Seth Burgett is the founder of Gateway Bronco - the first Ford authorized first gen Bronco "restomod" company. That's a HUGE deal and they deliver amazing vehicles http://www.gatewaybronco.com - we talk Broncos, what they're doing at Gateway and much more.
Easily the biggest vehicle unveiled at the L.A. Auto Show - Jeep finally unveiled the Gladiator, it's first pickup truck in 27 years. The response was amazing - and we get a couple of minutes with Mark Allen, Head of Design for Jeep. How long has it been done? Were there any last minute design…
The debut of the Jeep Gladiator, an all electric truck built in Detroit plus all the new vehicles on display. Mike Caudill checks in from the LA Auto Show. Check out more on Mike by clicking here