IMSA is on the serious move for fans and a larger piece of the American motorsports audience, already having added Chicago and now the Indianapolis Motor Speedway to their 2023 schedule. How big a deal is the move to the Brickyard, how powerful will the return of the GTP class be in attracting fans, and how will this expansion trickle down to all the racing weekend classes? NBC Motorsports Analyst Calvin Fish has the insiders take and reveals more than a few interesting facts about the moves. Speaking of moves, everything this F1 season for Ferrari has been downward, and the tire fiasco at the Hungarian Grand Prix proves this is a team in dire need of a change. Are their big changes in the offing for this team, one that now has no chance at winning a 2022 Championship? Bill Auberlen is a rock solid legend in IMSA racing, but in order to get to where he is today, it took more than a few chances, and more than a few slick moves that put him in position for history. Greg Creamer goes 1 on 1 with Auberlen as he digs into stories never told before. Hop aboard with Porsche Rising Star Parker Thompson, as he takes us on a full tilt lap around the Long Beach Grand Prix track, and then details how remaining loyal led to one phone call that changed his life and racing fortunes. It is a daily strap in behind the wheel of research for dedicated doctors such as Dr. Rashmi Kanagal-Shamanna, who is leading the fight to find remedies and a possible cure for Relapsing Polychondritis. In a fascinating in-depth 1 on 1 with Greg Creamer, the Dr details new findings and new hope in the Race to help those with RP, and why this effort is so important to the motorsports community. 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” S01 E05 : IMSA’s “class” issues, Ferrari blunders, raising the bar in the fight against Relapsing Polychondritis