The US Grand Prix has become a rousing success at COTA over the last 10 years, and the 2022 version promises to once again set attendance records, despite the sky-high cost of tickets. It’s a sign that racing organizations such as IndyCar and NASCAR need to heed, because the more F1 grows in America, the fewer sponsorship and fan dollars there might be to go around. NASCAR viewership is fading, so could fans be making a switch? Greg Creamer and NBC Motorsports Analyst Calvin Fish have a sobering warning for American motorsports, but there could still be time to be part of the new revolution. Both experts also discuss the historic on track moment recently with the legendary Mario Andretti, who at 82 years young was back behind the wheel of an F1 car, proving the desire to be the fastest and the best has not waned a single ounce. “Full Throttle Powered by Race for RP” is the only streaming program in video and audio that tells the inside stories of those in open wheel, road course and other forms of motorsports in IMSA, IndyCar, Formula 1 and much more. Download every episode in audio wherever you get your podcasts, and watch every show at http://fullthrottlemotorsportsmedia.com. Delivered by the Emmy Award winning team at Fuzzy Dogs Productions and Entourage Management LLC, led by Executive Producer and Emmy Winner Ed Berliner.
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