Trackside Podcast

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.

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Last Episode : May 26, 2023 7:58pm

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R.C. Enerson Details Journey to Partnership with Abel Motorpsports

Tonight, on Trackside with Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin, they recap testing from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway from last Thursday with Josef Newgarden capturing the fastest lap speed, go through some of the performances from drivers that struggled at testing, and then speculate whether the series would consider removing one of the two road course races at IMS. Additionally, Curt and Kevin start previewing the Children’s of Alabama Indy Grand Prix from Birmingham, Alabama.

In the second hour of the program tonight, Kevin and Curt start off by discussing the premiere of 100 Days to Indy on the CW. Also, the latest entrant for the Indianapolis 500-mile race presented by Gainbridge in R.C. Enerson joins the program to explain how the partnership with Abel Motorsports, has it made it easier to chase his dream to race in the Indy 500 because of him being in the racing business, and which driver he’s been in communication with on racing at IMS.

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Published 04/25
Logan Seavey Joins + Kevin and Curt Preview Long Beach Grand Prix!

Tonight, on Trackside with Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin, they examine where the Grand Prix at Long Beach ranks in terms of their favorite races of the season, how the people of Long Beach put on a terrific event that’s like everything leading up to the Indy 500 and highlight a game that the drivers are playing in their driver interviews.

Hour number two consists of Kevin and Curt pointing out something that Alexander Rossi said today on a conference call from what happened last week at Texas in pit lane with Kyle Kirkwood and break down some of testing notes from Texas Motor Speedway. Additionally, stock car driver Logan Seavey joins the show to break down his early racing career success, the difference in driving on dirt in a stock car compared to a truck and breaks down the challenges of running all three national series.

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Published 04/11
Curt and Kevin Recap the Grand Prix of Texas!

Tonight, on Trackside with Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin, they start the show by recapping and sharing their thoughts about another exciting race from Texas Motor Speedway with Josef Newgarden capturing the checkered flag, breaking down what Newgarden was saying on the radio during the final pitstop, and go through some of the individual performances from this weekend.

Hour number two consists of Kevin and Curt breaking down the incident that happened in pit lane between Alexander Rossi and Kyle Kirkwood, what their theories are as to why Bryan Herta is no longer in Colton’s pit box, highlight the performances of some of the younger drivers from this weekend’s race, and announce the Prime 47 Burger Bash date!

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Published 04/04
David Malukas Excited for Second Race at Texas Motor Speedway

Tonight, on Trackside with Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin, they start the show by briefly recapping last year’s race from Texas Motor Speedway, highlighting some notes they have ahead of the race this weekend, and debate as to why they decided on a noon green flag on Sunday.

In the first hour of the show, second year driver from Dale Coyne Racing in David Malukas joins Curt Cavin and Kevin Lee on Trackside to highlight how he thought he performed at St. Pete in the first race of the season, what he remembers from racing at Texas Motor Speedway last year, how Texas Motor Speedway’s track compares to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s track, and which race he enjoyed racing in the most last year.

Later, Curt and Kevin close the hour with the big news of IndyCar and NTT coming together for their second contract to continue being the title sponsor of the IndyCar Series. They also discuss the benefits of having NTT as the presenting sponsor of the series outside of stability.

Hour number two consists of Kevin and Curt shifting their conversation to the quickly approaching Indianapolis 500 to discuss some potential drivers that could enter to add to the field of 33 that are already on the entry list and how they would feel if there were 35 participants in the greatest spectacle in racing.

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Published 03/28