The Week in IndyCar, Sept 4, with Jack Harvey and Toby Sowery

It was a messy weekend for many at the Portland Grand Prix, including Meyer Shank Racing’s Jack Harvey, who was clobbered into submission and out of contention early in the event, and who makes his return to The Week In IndyCar podcast, and he’s followed by new Indy Lights race winner Toby Sowery from the HMD/Pelfrey team.

Jack Harvey (starts at 11m32s)
Toby Sowery (1h05m48s)

The Week In IndyCar, Sept 4, Listener Q&A Part 1
It’s Part 1 of a packed listener Q&A session on The Week In IndyCar podcast following a news-rich Portland Grand Prix.

The Week In IndyCar, Sept 4, Listener Q&A Part 2
It’s Part 2 of a packed listener Q&A session on The Week In IndyCar podcast following a news-rich Portland Grand Prix.

The Week In IndyCar, August 28, with Conor Daly and Dakota Dickerson

It was another strong run for Conor Daly at Gateway with the Carlin Racing No. 59 team, and he makes his return to The Week In IndyCar podcast. He’s followed by new F3 Americas champion Dakota Dickerson, who is looking to rejoin the Road To Indy.

Conor Daly (starts at 13m35s)
Dakota Dickerson (1h03m58s)

The Week In IndyCar, August 28, Listener Q&A

Following a wild IndyCar race at Gateway race, listeners sent in another wave of questions and comments to The Week In IndyCar podcast that warranted an episode of its own.

From the race itself won by Takuma Sato to 2020 schedule rumors to the silly season, plenty of topics are covered in a marathon Q&A session.

The Week In IndyCar, with Santino Ferrucci and Kory Enders

Coming off a strong fourth-place finish at Pocono, Dale Coyne Racing driver Santino Ferrucci is back for the latest episode of The Week In IndyCar podcast to answer great listener Q&A, and he’s followed by Road To Indy driver Kory Enders who competes in the Indy Pro 2000 series.

Santino Ferrucci (starts at 3m10s)
Kory Enders (51m21s)

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The Week In IndyCar, Listener Q&A

Following the Pocono race, listeners sent in more than 170 questions and comments to The Week In IndyCar podcast, which warranted an episode of its own.

Opening on the crash involving Takuma Sato, Alexander Rossi, and Ryan Hunter-Reay, some new information and a number of opinions from drivers and engineers are shared before moving onto the silly season, hybridization, the Arrow McLaren SP team, and plenty of other topics in a marathon Q&A session.

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The Week In IndyCar, August 14, with Craig Hampson

Dale Coyne Racing engineer Craig Hampson is back for the latest episode of The Week In IndyCar podcast to answer great listener Q&A, and he’s followed by Road To Indy driver Robert Megennis, a race winner with Andretti Autosport in his rookie Indy Lights campaign.

We close, as usual, with show host and IndyCar reporter Marshall Pruett handling a marathon volume of questions, with silly season items, Arrow McLaren SP, hybridization concerns from GM, and many other topics leading the conversation.

Craig Hampson (starts at 11m18s)
Robert Megennis (1h16m42s)
MP Q&A (1h31m40s)

The Week In IndyCar, August 8, with Mike Hull and Jacob Abel

Chip Ganassi Racing managing director Mike Hull makes his return to The Week In IndyCar to answer great listener Q&A, and he’s followed by Road To Indy driver Jacob Abel, who is learning quickly in the Indy Pro 2000 series.

We close, as usual, with show host and IndyCar reporter Marshall Pruett fielding all manner of questions, with silly season items and the recent announcement of IndyCar’s plans for hybridization leading the conversation.

Mike Hull (13m18s)
Jacob Abel (53m38s)
MP Q&A (1h14m28s)