Alex Palou, Pato O’Ward, Josef Newgarden, Jack Harvey, and Colton Herta
Pit Pass Indy
SEPTEMBER 14, 2021 A 35-point flip in the NTT INDYCAR SERIES championship race at the Grand Prix of Portland has Alex Palou back in the lead with just two races remaining. This week’s Pit Pass Indy tells how it all happened as show host Bruce Martin interviews the Chip Ganassi Racing driver as he takes a 25-point lead into the final two races of the 2021 campaign.Palou entered the Portland weekend trailing Pato O’Ward by 10 points. Palou’s dramatic win, combined with O’Ward’s 14th-place finish, has put the 24-year-old driver from Spain in the lead heading into this weekend’s Firestone Grand Prix of Monterey at WeatherTech Raceway at Laguna Seca.Show host Bruce Martin also has interviews with O’Ward, and Team Penske driver Josef Newgarden, who is third in points just 34 out of the lead. Martin also catches up with Jack Harvey, as he prepares for his final two races at Meyer Shank Racing and Colton Herta of Andretti Autosport.For more INDYCAR coverage, follow Bruce Martin at Twitter at @BruceMartin_500 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
There are just three races remaining in the 2021 NTT INDYCAR SERIES championship with Pato O’Ward of Mexico leading Alex Palou of Spain by just 10 points and two-time NTT INDYCAR SERIES champion Josef Newgarden of Team Penske by 22.Show host Bruce Martin talks to three drivers who hope to end the season on a positive note. It’s Andretti Autosports drivers Alexander Rossi and Colton Herta. Martin also interviews owner/driver Ed Carpenter of Ed Carpenter Racing. Carpenter drives on the oval tracks of the schedule, but with no more oval races in 2021, he will focus on his two-car operation that includes second-year driver Rinus VeeKay of The Netherlands in the No. 21 Chevrolet and veteran driver Conor Daly in the No. 20 Chevrolet.The 2021 NTT INDYCAR SERIES season continues with the Grand Prix of Portland at Portland International Raceway on Sunday, September 12. For more INDYCAR coverage, follow Bruce Martin at Twitter at @BruceMartin_500 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Fresh off qualifying second for the 105th Indy 500, Colton joins the show for a short interview talking about his qualifying experience, answering a question from James Hinchliffe, and prepping for the race on Sunday!
This week the gang are joined by IndyCar driver Colton Herta to discuss his time in the IndyCar, his career ambitions in Formula 1, and his opinions on the best tracks on the circuit. But that’s not all, they’ve also got a recap of this week’s events, a review of last week’s race at Talladega, and a look ahead at the throwback events this weekend!The NASCAR Weekly Podcast features YouTubers Eric Estepp, Danny B Talks, The Iceberg, and Black Flags Matter every week talking about the top stories and issues in stock car racing. The show has guests from across the NASCAR world, including drivers, TV broadcasters, YouTubers, and even the occasional NASCAR executive!
IndyCar: Colton Herta domina, Pato O'Ward sufre en St. Pete
Rueda a Rueda
Análisis del Gran Premio de St. Petersburg, segunda fecha de la IndyCar 2021, en la cual Colton Herta dominó para abrir su cuenta de victorias, Josef Newgarden se redimió de lo de Alabama y Pato O’Ward no tuvo una buena actuación. EDUARDO OLMOS y FERNANDO ALONSO analizan lo que dejó esta carrera y ya se preparan para la fecha doble en Texas, el primer óvalo del calendario.
Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg ft. Colton Herta, Alexander Rossi, Ryan Hunter-Reay, Conor Daly, & Jimmie Johnson
Pit Pass Indy
ST. PETERSURG, FLORIDA – The 2021 NTT INDYCAR SERIES season is off to a flying start and Host Bruce Martin keeps pace by providing interviews with some of the biggest names in the series like Colton Herta, Alexander Rossi, Ryan Hunter-Reay, Conor Daly, and Jimmie Johnson. Two races into the season and it appears that youth is not just served, it’s being showcased in the NTT INDYCAR SERIES. Twenty-four-year-old Alex Palou won the season opening Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama at Barber Motorsports Park on April 18. This past weekend, 21-year-old Colton Herta started on the pole and led 97 laps in the 100-lap Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg to score his fourth career victory. That ties him with his father, Bryan, who is on the team’s radio calling race strategy for his son this season at Andretti Autosport. It’s the first time the two have worked together on the same race team and the results have so far been very impressive.Find our full show notes at evergreenpodcasts.com/pit-pass-indy.You can follow Bruce Martin on Twitter at @BruceMartin_500 and read more of his work at www.speedsport.com.Pit Pass Indy is a production of Evergreen Podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
IndyCar 2021 Race 2 recap with St. Pete winner Colton Herta
Who's Got Next with WISH-TV's Charlie Clifford
MP 942: The Week In IndyCar, Sept 16, with Colton Herta
The Marshall Pruett Podcast
Mid-Ohio Round 2 race winner Colton Herta from Andretti Harding Steinbrenner Autosport returns to The Week In IndyCar show to discuss a rewarding weekend and some controversy, all powered by questions submitted by fans via social media. A sampling of the items posed this week: "How do you respond to criticism you squeezed Ferrucci at the start?" "What kind of Tacos were consumed Sunday? Please say it wasn't Taco Bell again." "Self assessment - what grade does Colton give himself this year? Is this above expectations or on par?" "Which had a greater feeling of personal accomplishment: Standing atop the podium at Mid-Ohio or standing atop Rossi's bus at Indy?" Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribe Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast
Colton Herta on Getting Home, Tinkering & Drumming
SpeedFreaks: A National Radio Show
IndyCar Mid-Ohio2 Winner Colton Herta found time for The Freak Nation while driving back to Indianapolis after his win Sunday in Central Ohio. Herta dominated the win and it seems the only times he gets on the IndyCar podium is when he wins. Sunday was his third in IndyCar and it came after the fourth Pole of his young career. Herta was the youngest race winner in IndyCar history when he won at Circuit of The Americas at 18 years, 359 days old. He has a brilliant career ahead but Formula One? Listen...