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Our show for Tuesday May 5, 2015
LIVE from McGilvery's in Speedway, Indiana!
The Autosportradio.com Show airs live starting at 7:00 p.m. ET.

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Our First Scheduled Guest

Graham Rahal

After some tough outings to begin the season the Barber Motorsports Park race showed what RLL Racing and Honda power can do. With the close runner up finish to first time winner Josef Newgarden at Barber demonstrated that teams are starting to fine tune the package and are starting to perform as Honda planned.
The strong run most certainly is going to give Rahal/Lettermen/Lanigan Racing a lot of confidence heading to the Angies List Indianapolis Grand Prix and the Indianapolis 500.
Our Third Scheduled Guest
Our Second Scheduled Guest

Steve Eriksen

Steve is the Vice President & COO at Honda Performance Development, Inc. In the 2015 season new aero kits were introduced one each from Honda and Chevrolet. Though much work was done in designing the kits much work is needed by the teams to dial in how best the parts and pieces will work. After 3 races Honda was showing that more track time was needed to get a handle on the new kit.
With the performance at The Honda Grand Prix of Alabama by Graham and the Rahal/Letterman/Lanigan Team they are starting to get the handle on the package. What is the expectations for the just revealed Honda Oval Package?
Our Fourth Scheduled Guest


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