IndyCar

We’re celebrating Willy T. Ribbs on the 30th anniversary of his historic performance at the Indianapolis 500 where he became the first African American driver to qualify for ‘The Greatest Spectacle In Racing.’ The large and durable 4-inch sticker,…

Growing up in the San Francisco Bay Area and being part of the West Coast racing community meant trips to Portland International Raceway took place on a regular basis. I’m guessing I’ve been to PIR at least 30 times,…

Bidding has concluded with the second annual charity print fundraising efforts for the Wilson Children‚Äôs Fund, and through the auctions of autographed IndyCar and IMSA memorabilia, $42,975 was raised to benefit the daughters of the late race car driver…

With 2017 behind us, here’s a look at the 10 most popular episodes of the Marshall Pruett Podcast in descending order. My podcast, which got its start in May of 2016, broke 1,000,000 downloads in December–it was an amazing…

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…

Marshall Pruett