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Our show for Tuesday April 22nd, 2014
LIVE from McGilvery's in Speedway, Indiana!
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Our First Scheduled Guest
Graham Rahal Graham Rahal is an American race car driver. He currently participates in the Verizon indyCar Series. He is the son of 1986 Indianapolis 500 winner Bobby Rahal for whom he also drives. Graham is the youngest race winner in IndyCar history, which he accomplished in his Verizon IndyCar Series debut (2008). He grew up in racing visiting tracks around the world and carries on a championship winning lineage from his father Bobby. Graham is a winner of the 24 Hours At Daytona, and the youngest Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) Champion in history. In addition, he continues to hold a number of racing records for his accomplishments at such a young age. Graham currently drives the No. 15 National guard Honda in the Verizon IndyCar Series for Rahal Letterman Lanigan (RLL) Racing. Graham completed his first test day on an oval for the 2014 season at Texas Motor Speedway (TMS) today. He ran a total of 84 laps around the 1.5-mile high-banked oval in the No. 15 National Guard Honda in sunny but gusty condi­tions. The Verizon IndyCar Series will compete in the Fire­stone 600 here on June 7. “Overall it was a good day even though we were fighting high winds,” said Rahal, who came close to winning at Texas Motor Speedway in 2012 before a slight brush of the wall with two laps to go forced him to settle for second place. “We made some good progress with basic chassis items and I feel like we are really getting some­where. I am excited and eager to get to Indi­anapolis with Bill and the team to continue to work on our oval setup. And then come back to Texas Motor Speedway for the Fire­stone 600.”
Our Third Scheduled Guest
Randy Simpson Randy Simpson has been named general manager of Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis. Simpson will oversee the daily operations of the historic multipurpose facility located in Brownsburg, Ind. Prior to joining Lucas Oil Raceway, Simpson worked at Chicagoland Speedway & Route 66 Raceway in Joliet, Ill. Most recently, he was the event development manager, where he oversaw event planning, promotions and budgeting as well as track preparation, marketing strategies and served as a spokesperson. Simpson is also an accomplished drag racer and is the 1997 NHRA Summit Racing Jr. Drag Racing League national champion, winner of the 2005 Division 3 Race of Champions and a track champion at Route 66 Raceway in 1999 and 2005. He has raced in the Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series in Stock eliminator and has competed numerous times at Lucas Oil Raceway. Simpson, who relocated to the Brownsburg area from Streator, Ill., began his new role of general manager on Nov. 18. What is on the Lucas Oil Raceway schedule for the 2014 season?
Our Second Scheduled Guest
Terry Lingner Terry Lingner has been recognized for his "innovation and creativity" by winning three Emmy awards for his work. Terry's first Emmy came as coordinating producer for ESPN's First Sports Series in 1989. Lingner Group was recognized in 1991 with a second Emmy for outstanding technical achievement for "Point of View" technology involving a camera mounted in the racing surface at Indianapolis Raceway Park. Since being formed in 1989, Lingner Group has produced many ESPN programs including: "Saturday Night Thunder," "Great Outdoor Games", "Billiards", and "the Indianapolis 500". Terry produced NBC's Olympic coverage of Rowing from Lake Lanier in 1996 and earned his third Emmy for "Outstanding Live Event Turnaround". He also was the Executive Producer for programs formally airing on "SPEED": "The Rolex 24", "Barrett Jackson Classic Car Auction" and the "24 Hours of LeMans". Not content to only produce and direct, Terry Lingner has accomplished a grand slam of sorts in sports car racing. In the past, Lingner has competed in the 24 Hours of LeMans, the Rolex 24 at Daytona, the 12 Hours of Sebring, and the Porsche Supercup at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. He graduated from Ball State with a Radio-TV-Film degree in 1976, and was the recipient of the 1989 AERho Distinguished Alumni award.
Our Fourth Scheduled Guest
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