MP 1291: The Week In IndyCar with Scott McLaughlin, July 8 2022
The Marshall Pruett Podcast
It's The Week In IndyCar Guest show featuring Mid-Ohio race winner Scott McLaughlin, which uses listener-driven comments and questions covering a variety of topics submitted by fans via Twitter, Facebook, and Reddit. The Team Penske driver dives into his return to form, the support system that helped him to endure a rough patch, the new Bus Bros show he does with Josef Newgarden, A.J. Foyt's reaction to seeing him in costume for the show, New Media, progress of Kiwi Indy Lights driver Hunter McElrea and more! Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribe Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast [WTI]
Scott McLaughlin Wins & Andretti Debacle at Mid-Ohio
Indy 500 winner Tony Kanaan and longtime broadcaster Jack Arute recap the Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio, along with react to the latest stories in racing. We cover the chaos in Andretti Autosport as teammates fume. Scott McLaughlin joins the show following his second win of the season. Our team also previews the upcoming Honda Indy Toronto.@IndyCar @TonyKanaan @JackOnSports @smclaughlin93
Two-time IndyCar race winner, Scott McLaughlin checks in from the United States.
On The Grid
Scotty is in great form as he details his second IndyCar season for Penske, how he won on the tricky Mid Ohio Road Course and the massive challenges to come at Toronto, Iowa, Indy and more. He also explains 'Bus Bros', how the US fans have embraced him and also gives his health check on the local scene, too.It's a special chat with a bloke continuing to kick incredible goals in this next phase of his career.
IndyCar racer Scott McLaughlin joins the studio to share how he made itfrom New Zealand to the states. Tune in to hear what he’s learned about Americanracing, culture, and— thanks to Steve— dry-snitching.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How the Bruins Can Approach Goaltending in the Playoffs & Potential First-Round Matchups | Scott McLaughlin | Bruins Beat w/ Evan Marinofsky
Bruins Beat w/ Evan Marinofsky Ep. 302 How the Bruins Can Approach Goaltending in the Playoffs & Potential First-Round Matchups Presented by BetOnline Evan Marinofsky of Turner Sports is joined by Scott McLaughlin of WEEI to discuss everything going on with the Bruins goaltending situation. They get into who should start Game 1 and a specific strategy that could change the NHL. They also dive into whether or not the Bruins recent struggles should cause worry and what’s the best first-round matchup? Follow Evan Marinofsky on Twitter Follow CLNS Media on Twitter 4:00 - Is Jeremy Swayman back on track? 9:00 - Who should start Game 1? 13:00 - Could the Bruins use both goalies in the postseason? 20:00 - Bruins are slipping a bit 24:00 - Potential Wild Card matchups 29:00 - Which would be the better matchup: the Rangers or the Hurricanes?
Current points leader in the IndyCar series stops by for a chat with Conor and Joey about his hot start to the season, heartbreak in Texas, Kiwi handshakes, and what his Panthers are going to do at quarterback. Conor explains what went wrong on Sunday at Texas Motor Speedway, Joey talks about his announcement of becoming a dad, and then they wrap answering listener questions. FOLLOW @speedstreetpod on Instagram and Twitter! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
IndyCar St. Petersburg Winner Scott McLaughlin was a three-time Australian Supercars Champion (2018, 2019, 2020) when he came to IndyCar last year. He learned his open-wheel lessons pretty well, though, proving it by dominating his first IndyCar race this year in St. Petersburg for his first win in the series. You'll be surprised, though, what the people at Penske Racing told him when he was making the transition. And the blister he "earned" in the St. Pete win! Listen...
Born in New Zealand and growing up in Australia, Scott McLaughlin made his name as the absolute stud of the Australian V8 Supercar series, but in 2021 made the bold move to come to the United States with a rare opportunity to drive in IndyCar with Team Penske. A champion in nearly everything he’s driven, the multi-time SuperCar winner is now the IndyCar rookie-of-the-year, who, thanks to marrying an American, has learned a lot about living stateside. Lunch was served at the North Harbor Club in Davidson, NC, with the song “Crash & Burn” by Vanra taking us out. Thanks again to Continental Tire, Acura, and Valvoline for making it all happen.
Coming to America - Scott McLaughlin, Team Penske IndyCar Driver
Michael’s Motor Alley
Today’s episode features our very first IndyCar driver on Michael’s Motor Alley! Scott McLaughlin is the IndyCar driver of the #3 Dallara-Chevrolet for Team Penske. Michael sits down with the 2021 IndyCar Rookie of the Year winner to discuss his introduction into racing, his experience since moving to the United States and what’s on tap for him next.