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MP 260: The Week In Sports Cars, Feb. 14, with Graham Goodwin

In the new episode of the Week In Sports Cars on the Marshall Pruett podcast, Pruett and editor Graham Goodwin open with a deep dive into Alonsogate, the plusses and minuses contained within the Le Mans, WEC, and ELMS entry lists, silly driver ratings oversights, IMSA’s upcoming test at Sebring, and then tear into listener Q&A with topics ranging from the WEC’s auto-BoP process for its factory GT cars, sports car racing on ovals, whether non-hybrid LMP1s should form the...


MP 259: The Week In IndyCar, Feb. 13, 1yr Anniv. with Newgarden, Hampson & Miller

It’s the one-year anniversary episode for the Week In IndyCar on the Marshall Pruett Podcast, and we have my original co-host Robin Miller, reigning IndyCar champion Josef Newgarden, and four-time Champ Car title-winning race engineer Craig Hampson here to celebrate and discuss the big Phoenix Open Test. After Phoenix, Newgarden answers plenty of fan Q&A, starting with Josef’s interest in F1, the pass he pulled on Team Penske teammate Simon Pagenaud at Gateway, and which driver(s) he’d like...


MP 258: The Untitled Sports Car Review Show, Feb. 7

Marshall Pruett and editor Graham Goodwin are back for the second episode of their new untitled sports car racing show on the Marshall Pruett Podcast. On this week’s docket, MP & GG & discuss the Asian Le Mans Series season finale and Bathurst 12 Hours, the upcoming announcement of ELMS, WEC and Le Mans entries, the expected WEC Fuji date change, ORECA’ new R13 LMP1 car for Rebellion, a new TCR manufacturer and team alliance coming to the Pirelli World Challenge series,...


MP 257: The Week In IndyCar, Feb. 7, with Mike Hull

Chip Ganassi Racing managing director Mike Hull is back with Marshall Pruett for the Week In IndyCar podcast to discuss the Sonoma test, upcoming Phoenix test, provides insight on the new IndyCar windscreen his driver Scott Dixon will test, adds insight on the new primary sponsor signed to Dixon’s car and the pair of drivers who will share Dale Coyne Racing’s second entry. Then Hull & Pruett two dive into listener Q&A that includes CGR’s secret aero testing facility in the Pennsylvania...


MP 256: The Week In IndyCar, Feb. 1, with Stefan Wilson

Andretti Autosport IndyCar driver Stefan Wilson joins Marshall Pruett for the Week In IndyCar podcast to discuss the latest news including A.J. Foyt Racing’s first test outing of 2018, developments with Dale Coyne Racing’s driver lineup, RLL signing a new sponsor, the new relationship between IndyCar and RACER Magazine, Andretti’s growing collaboration with United Autosports, and then fields compelling questions from listeners who asked Wilson’s opinion on aeroscreens, how he supports...


MP 255: Who The Hell Are You, Marshall Pruett?

It had to happen. After many of the 15 guests on the first series of Who The Hell Are You? insisted the host should suffer through his own questions, Marshall Pruett is grilled–politely so–by FOX’s Justin Bell, who served as the 15th and final proper guest in season 1. Visit for our full podcast archives.


MP 254: The Untitled Sports Car Review Show, Jan. 31

Marshall Pruett and editor Graham Goodwin kick off a new series that reviews major sports car racing events and lacks a title. The debut episode on the Marshall Pruett Podcast covers IMSA’s season-opening Rolex 24 at Daytona, Fernando Alonso’s Toyota WEC plans, Anthony Davidson’s reduced role in the program, and most of the highlights and lowlights that occurred during five days of WeatherTech SportsCar Championship developments in Florida. From repeated tire failures...


MP 253: The Week In IndyCar, Jan. 25, with Scott Dixon

2008 Indy 500 winner and four-time IndyCar champion Scott Dixon joins Marshall Pruett for the Week In IndyCar podcast to discuss recent testing at Sebring, the change in points offered for qualifying at the Indy 500, upcoming aeroscreen testing, and other news items before jumping into great fan Q&A that includes naming his all-time favorite race car, his Formula 1 test with Williams, and whether being held up at Taco Bell or that crash and flight during last year’s Indy race was the worst...


MP 252: Jaguar Wins the 1988 Daytona 24, with Martin Brundle & Tony Dowe

Go back in time to 1988 with Martin Brundle and Tony Dowe as the Daytona 24 Hour’ winning TWR USA Jaguar team describe how they toppled IMSA’s GTP giants on their first attempt with the glorious XJR-9. Visit for our full podcast archives.


MP 251: Rolex 24 Roundtable with Franchitti, Haywood, Johansson and Wilson

Take sports car legend Hurley Haywood, open-wheel legend Dario Franchitti, the incredible Stefan Johansson, and Major League Baseball All Star-turned-IMSA driver/owner CJ Wilson, put them together for more than an hour at the 2017 Rolex 24 at Daytona, and all kinds of interesting topics spring to life about motor racing. Visit for our full podcast archives.


MP 250: Scott Pruett, Life & Career, Part 1

Standing at the precipice of his final race, Scott Pruett visits the Marshall Pruett Podcast to discuss his life growing up in Northern California, his family’s heavy influence in the 50-year career he’s about to close, the extreme importance karting played in his development, getting his first shot as a pro in sports cars, the move to Jack Roush Racing that changed his world, the fierce—and sometimes fisticuff-laden–time in IMSA GTO and Trans-Am with Willy T. Ribbs, Paul Newman, and other...


MP 249: Strangest Cars I’ve Raced, Owen Trinkler, 1997 Keiler Kopf WSC

The Strangest Cars I’ve Raced series continues continues on the Marshall Pruett Podcast with Owen Trinkler and the bizarre 1997 Keiler Kopf IMSA World Sports Car. Named after a German boar, built on top of a failed Chevron WSC, with homemade bodywork that copied the era’s dominant Riley & Scott Mk III, it could be the most confused prototype from the late 1990s. Trinkler takes us back to its debut at the 24 Hours of Daytona with motocross legend Jeff Ward and Indy Lights veteran Roberto...


MP 248: Who The Hell Are You, Justin Bell?

Sports car ace and FOX broadcaster Justin Bell is the 15th and final Who The Hell Are You? guest on the Marshall Pruett Podcast. Recorded in front of a small audience, Bell’s innate humor is the perfect closer to the first series, and a second edition is already in the works for later this year. Bell’s episode quote: “’Tis a dangerous thing when a man with no boundaries (Marshall) asks a man with no limits (me) questions to gain insight into my life. In our politically correct world I...


MP 247: Strangest Cars I’ve Raced, David Hobbs, 1972 Lola T310 Can-Am

Strangest Cars I’ve Raced, the first in a new series on the Marshall Pruett Podcast, kicks off with legendary driver David Hobbs and the hilarious tales of the 1972 Lola T310 Can-Am car that did everything other than perform as expected. Intended as Lola’s answer to Porsche’s all-conquering 917/10s with George Follmer and Mark Donohue, the T310 remains a mystery the Briton has no interest in solving…but decades later, he still doesn’t mind exploring all the ways it underwhelmed. Visit...


MP 246: Who The Hell Are You, Joey Hand?

ALMS champion and Le Mans winner Joey Hand is 14th in our series of 15 episodes of Who The Hell Are You? on the Marshall Pruett Podcast. Among the things you’ll learn from Mr. Hand, he’s incredibly Californian, has a bizarre explanation for why he can’t dance, and considers himself a cheeseburger connoisseur… Hand’s episode quote: “Well this should be fun! Who the hell are these race car guys you ask? All I’ll say is I’m thankful this wasn’t filmed because there were a lot more...


MP 245: The Week In IndyCar, Jan. 17, with John Andretti

IndyCar veteran and cancer survivor John Andretti joins Marshall Pruett for the Week In IndyCar podcast in one of the most inspirational episodes to date. The two cover the news of Danica Patrick’s struggles to find an Indy 500 seat, the appointment of Leena Gade as James Hinchcliffe’s engineer, and then the two dive into John’s thoughts on driving for Jim Hall, Richard Petty, his days as an NHRA Top Fuel driver, driving the 1990 Porsche Indy car, his charity efforts with the Riley...


MP 244: Remembering Dan Gurney

Mario Andretti, David Brabham, Edsel Ford, A.J. Foyt, Derek Hill, Parnelli Jones, P.J. Jones, Robin Miller, Roger Penske, Paul Pfanner, Bobby Rahal, Willy T. Ribbs, Bobby Unser and Bob Varsha visited with the Marshall Pruett Podcast in the days after Dan Gurney’s death on January 14 to share their comprehensive thoughts and love for the Big Eagle. Mario Andretti (starts at 6m21s) David Brabham (23m07s) Edsel Ford (29m24s) A.J. Foyt (35m34s) Derek Hill (45m35s) Parnelli Jones (1h8m42s)


MP 243: Who The Hell Are You, Townsend Bell?

IndyCar driver, sports car champion and television broadcaster Townsend Bell is 13th in our series of 15 episodes of Who The Hell Are You? on the Marshall Pruett Podcast. Among the things you’ll learn from the Californian, he was an accomplice in a theft, would be a good friend to have in a bar fight, and turns into a rap MC every year at Le Mans… Bell’s episode quote: “Exposed, afraid, and vulnerable. The most uncomfortable 20 minutes of my life.” Visit...


MP 242: Zak Brown on McLaren’s 2017 Formula 1 Season

McLaren Racing executive director Zak Brown is back for a visit with the Marshall Pruett Podcast to discuss his first season leading the team in Formula 1, all the trials and personal touches that were required to keep the Grand Prix outfit together, the tough situation of negotiating to find a new power unit partner while under contract with Honda, and his thoughts on how the Liberty Media Group performed during its debut season in charge of F1. Visit...


MP 241: Who The Hell Are You, Patrick Long?

Sports car champion and Le Mans winner Patrick Long is 12th in our series of 15 episodes of Who The Hell Are You? on the Marshall Pruett Podcast. Among the things you’ll learn from the only American factory Porsche driver, he needs help with music—a lot of help, appearing on Family Feud is an aspiration, and he has a fascination with shipping containers… Long’s episode quote: “At one point I thought to myself: ‘this must be what it’s like to take a polygraph.’ MP was sitting across from...


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