Tonight on Trackside, Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin discuss a wild and chaotic Big Machine Music City GP in Nashville. Is the course in Nashville too much, or just the right amount of chaos? Kevin and Curt discuss a number of collisions and the conversation around the road circuit, then they discuss the idea of different start times to maximize viewership and get out of the heat. To round out the Music City conversation Kevin and Curt offer stats to show just how special Scott Dixon’s career is.
Then, Kevin and Curt discuss Felix Rosenqvist’s statement about his contract situation with McLaren and his future with the team. They talk about how far the contract issues have gone with McLaren and how that might have caused doubt in the Rosenqvist camp.
Our News of the Day, brought to you by the Indianapolis Speedrome and Circle City Raceway, is that there will be some veteran racers doing some stock car racing in the upcoming weeks including Marco Andretti in Charlotte.
In the second hour, Kevin and Curt have a discussion about the current series standings. They take a look at the drivers in contention and who might be the favorite based on the races remaining. Then, Kevin and Curt talk about Indy Lights leader Linus Lundqvist and what happens with his future in IndyCar next season followed by more conversation about drivers next year. To round out the show, the guys discuss what listeners are talking about on Twitter, how Big Ten football and basketball rights could impact racing and scheduling news.
Kevin and Curt discuss Alex Palou and Felix Rosenqvist staying put, Super License Points, 2023 IndyCar Schedule