IndyCar

My second annual Wilson Children’s Fund Charity Print initiative is well on its way to being completed. More on that update in a moment. Let’s start by answering the three most frequent questions I receive before giving a bit…

Bill Cosby was Public Enemy No. 1 in 2016. When I interviewed him in 2011 about his role in sponsoring Willy T. Ribbs, the first African-American driver to race at the Indy 500, he was still my childhood hero. Listening again…

1969 Indy 500 winner Mario Andretti sits with Marshall Pruett and Robin Miller to discuss his long history with America’s defining motor racing event ahead of the 100th running of the event. (Images: Shawn Gritzmacher) Subscribe to The Marshall Pruett Podcast…

Rick Mears 1977

This photo makes me happy: The great Rick Mears, in his sixth Indy car race, driving a McLaren M16C/D-Offy at Pocono in 1977 for Teddy Yip’s Theodore Racing.

Paul Tracy–2003 Champ Car champion and Canada’s all-time IndyCar badass–walks through his illustrious and controversial career in a visit to the Marshall Pruett Podcast during the 25th anniversary of his first CART start. Subscribe to The Marshall Pruett Podcast…

Young American IndyCar star Conor Daly visits the Marshall Pruett Podcast to share his wandering and challenging path from junior open-wheel racing to trying to reach Formula 1, starting over at home with his sights set on Indy, completing…

This photo makes me happy and sad. The car, a 1991 Lola T91/00-Chevrolet piloted by reigning CART IndyCar Series champion Al Unser Jr for Galles/Kraco Racing at Laguna Seca, is gorgeous in its patriotic Valvoline livery. Little Al finished…

Originally published Oct. 17, 2011. My iPhone lit up last Tuesday. Jet-lagged after a 23.5-hour door-to-door flight back from covering the Bathurst 1000 race in Australia, and in my usual morning stupor, I looked over and saw the name…

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