EPISODE 304: Alex Palou is the 2021 Indycar Champion

At the 2021 Long Beach Grand Prix, Palou fended off Pato O Ward and Josef Newgarden to finish 4th and win his first Indycar title.

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Episode 303: Russian Rain Brings RarEfied Racing

At the 2021 Russian Grand Prix, Lando Norris barely misses out on maiden victory, which allows Hamilton to tally his 100th. Max Verstappen keeps the championship tight with a second place finish.

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Episode 302: Palou is ahead after Two Great Indycar Races!

Documentary on Michael Schumacher’s racing career is fantastic, with the right mindset. Both Portland and Monterey Indycar races put on a great show.

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The 2022 Toyota Tundra is here

Starting its third generation, it gets new tech, a new frame and body, and two V-6 engines to choose from.

Toyota’s full-size Tundra truck enters its third generation for 2022 with a new, big ole, in-your-face front grille with LED headlights and a whole lot of goodies. It’s built on an all-new, fully boxed frame and high-strength steel cab, however both the hood and front door panels are made from aluminum.

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2021 Acura TLX Type S Review: Mixed Well

The Type S stands out from the standard TLX with motor, structure, and more

What makes a proper sport sedan? You need good amounts of power, of course, a well-built and sport tuned chassis certainly helps, as do strong brakes, grippy tires, and supportive seats. But while all the above are important ingredients, the real key is blending them together just so to provide an easy-to-drive, engaging dish. And after a few bites, I’m pleased to say the 2021 Acura TLX Type S is delicious.

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Episode 301: The 2021 Italian Grand Prix Was a carbon crushing shoving match

Lando Norris, McLaren, 2nd position, Zak Brown, CEO, McLaren Racing, and Daniel Ricciardo, McLaren, 1st position, with their trophies. Image courtesy of McLaren

Lewis Hamilton refuses to give room, Max Verstappen tries to pass anyway. As a result, McLaren returns to its glory days with a 1-2 result at Monza

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EPISODE 300: THE 2021 Netherlands GRAND PRIX Left viewers Wanting. I interview Scott Dixon

Zandvoort Looks Like an Excellent Track to Drive, but the Racing Proved Poor. Six-Time Indycar Champion, Dixon Shares his Insights on the 2021 Season

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Porsche Aims to Make the Future more Colorful

The 2022 Taycan and Taycan Cross Turismo receive updates to improve battery performance, update the tech, and wow us with color options.

Porsche introduced us to the Taycan years ago as the Mission E Concept, but actual production models only started in 2020, with the Cross Turismo joining in 2021. Yet for the 2022 model year, Porsche is already adding updates. Chief among them, from a technical point of view at least, is faster charging capability.

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Romain Grosjean Thrust in to Powerhouse Full Time Indycar Seat in 2022

Romain Grosjean. Photo by Chris Owens, courtesy of Indycar

While the official response is that Andretti Autosport has yet to confirm its 2022 Indycar line-up, rumors abound that the ink has already dried on Romain Grosjean’s contract with the team for the 2022 season. He’ll take Ryan Hunter-Reay’s seat, who’s already announced his departure. Just what does this mean?

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