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Our show for Tuesday July 28, 2015
LIVE from McGilvery's in Speedway, Indiana!
The Show airs live starting at 7:00 p.m. ET.

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Our First Scheduled Guest

Vince Welch

He embarked on his professional broadcasting career in 1986 at a Richmond, Ind., radio station, seguing to television in 1990 at WISH-TV, the CBS affiliate in Indianapolis, as a sports anchor/reporter. After more than five years at WISH-TV, Welch joined WNDY-TV, an independent station focusing on live sports coverage in Indianapolis. He served as play-by-play announcer for football, basketball, baseball and tennis, earning a regional Emmy Award in 1992 for sports programming. In 1999, he moved to WIBC, where he broke one of the state’s biggest sports stories ever -- the 2000 firing of Indiana University basketball coach Bob Knight.

Vince’s live motor sports broadcasting career began in 1996 as pit reporter and turn announcer for the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Radio Network for its coverage of the Indianapolis 500 and Brickyard 400, in addition to Indy Racing League races from other venues. He joined the motor sports television broadcasting world in 1999 as pit reporter for Indy Racing League telecasts on FOX Sports Net and TNN. When the series returned to ESPN in late 1999, Welch continued in the same capacity with the network.

Welch also is the play-by-play voice for the Ball State University Sports Network, which broadcasts BSU basketball throughout the Midwest. A native of Indianapolis, Welch graduated from Ball State University with a degree in Telecommunications. He resides in Carmel, Ind., with his wife and three children. You may follow him on Twitter at @VinceWelch.
Our Third Scheduled Guest

Katie Hargitt

Katie first became addicted to racing at 9years old when she got behind the wheel of a quarter midget. Just a few years later Lyn St James took Katie under her wing in the women in the winners circle program and driver development. From quarter midgets Katie also raced Kenyon midgets and Ford Focus midgets. . From 2001 to 2008 she attended Lyn St. James' Women in the Winner's Circle and St. James' Driver Development in 2005 and 2006. She eventually moved on to Kenyon and Ford Focus midgets with USAC. From the moment she started winning races, the sport took hold of her. Racing became not just a hobby, but an addiction. Just a few years later Lyn St James took Katie under her wing in the women in the winners circle program and driver development. From quarter midgets Katie also raced Kenyon midgets and Ford Focus midgets. After driving for 11 years, she began interested in reporting. When she began studying journalism at Ball State she found a true passion in front of the camera. It was then she started reporting for USAC and the Verizon IndyCar Series.he steered her goal towards reporting.
Race tracks are a second home for Hargitt. Since leaving the driver's seat Katie has hosted "Kickin' it with Katie" during USAC's 2012 Indiana Sprint Week and was a pit reporter for D1 Mopar midgets with USAC at the Indianapolis Speedrome in 2011.
During the summers of 2011 and 2012 Katie interned with the sports department at Fox 59 helping write scripts, edit packages and interview.
In 2012, Hargitt had the opportunity to begin traveling the NASCAR circuit ?with ESPN as a runner. Most recently, Hargitt reported from the pits of the 2013 IZOD IndyCar series season opener at the Honda Indy Grand Prix of St. Pete with IndyCar Radio.
In May 2013, Hargitt graduated from Ball State University with a dual degree in Telecommunications and Journalism.

Then, in July 2013 she landed her first job in the world of television as a sports/news reporter for the NBC and ABC affiliate in Terre Haute, Ind. Katie is currently a pit reporter for IndyCar events on NBS SportsNetwork as well as the Hostess on the video boards interviewing drivers, team owners and Series Officials.
Our Second Scheduled Guest

Mark Jaynes

Mark has been involved since the arrival of the Indy Racing League in 1996 in broadcasting IndyCar races on IMS Radio Network. In addition he is involved with the IHSAA Champions Radio and TV Network, HTSN FB Analyst, TV Department at Beech Grove HS, Assistant Athletic Director. Aside from that he leads a quiet relaxed life.

Former Indy car driver Davey Hamilton will return to the IMS Radio Network broadcast booth as an analyst.

Mark Jaynes and Jake Query will be the turn reporters, while Nick Yeoman and Michael Young will be stationed on pit lane. Additional announcers at various events include Rob Howden, Dave Furst, Patrick Stephan, Greg Rakestraw and Jim Murphy.

Mark anchors Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires broadcasts, with Hamilton as the analyst, Query as a turn announcer and Yeoman and Howden reporting from pit lane.

Our Fourth Scheduled Guest
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