Colton Herta is one of the most talked about racers in the world at this moment, a young star on the IndyCar circuit and already being tabbed as the best bet for America when it comes to star power in the Formula 1 seat. McLaren believes in him, and so do countless others. But Herta remains rather unimpressed at the moment, choosing to let someone else handle those details and rumors. We’ll wager you already know who that someone is. Join us for an exclusive 1 on 1 with the youngest driver to ever win an IndyCar event, and hear his candid responses to what has missed in the 2022 season, what he thinks of the issues regarding an F1 “super license”, and what happened to the cash winnings as detailed by those big cardboard checks mounted in his office. Despite the fact he is one of the best racers on the IndyCar circuit, Colton Herta seemingly can’t catch a break from the powers-that-be in Formula 1 when it comes to qualifying for a seat in the series. Why is F1 being so stubborn, and what does it mean for his possible future? Jimmy Johnson has continued to struggle in IndyCar, and it’s not wrong to question if he is too old for the circuit and may not make a mark other than to satisfy his desire to race. And why did IMSA back up on a controversial decision on the 2023 season? NBC Motorsports Analyst Calvin Fish digs into these issues and a lot more with candid comments and, perhaps, even a little understanding of JJ’s plight at the moment. Every driver seeking to be the best knows it takes plenty of hard work, lots of travel, and being in the right place at the right time to get that shot. Zach Robichon is best considered the “poster driver” for what can happen thanks t the Porsche Pyramid, the ladder system proving dividends for plenty of racers. He’s also one of those best considered to talk about what it’s like to take part in overseas series, and how a racing passion has led to a personal business that puts him right at the heart of fans and racing. To be the best behind the wheel takes dedication, a trait shared by those who put their head down and strap in every day for for the battle to win the race in finding a cure for Relapsing Polychondritis. Dr. David Beck is one of these, a self described “stubborn” professional who has already opened new and meaningful doors in battling against RP and other autoimmune diseases. Learn more about what it takes to be at the forefront of saving lives in our exclusive 1 on 1. All exclusive from “Full Throttle Powered by Race for RP”. with every episode streamed on YouTube at http://fullthrottlemotorsportsmedia.com and available at the RP Foundation website and across social media. Produced by Fuzzy Dogs Productions/Entourage Management LLC.
“FULL THROTTLE”: Colton Herta talks F1 future. Decisions for Jimmy Johnson. Driving the RP cure.