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Photo: Kanaan enjoys his Indy victory quilt on the Bricks
Fifteen-year IndyCar veteran Tony Kanaan’s (KV Racking Technology) banner 2013 continues. Having notched the first Indy 500 win of his career in May, Kanaan now stands poised to break team co-owner Jimmy Vasser’s record of 211 consecutive series starts. The native of Salvador, Brazil, made his debut with CART in 1998, scoring the first of the 16 career wins the very next season. Kanaan won the Indy Racing League championship ...
Welcome to another episode of the show with a guest host. With Loond is old pal Andrew Harper from Rocky Road Touring. Please visit them here - www.rockyroadtouring.com. Drew gives us a great run-down on some of the bands that he’s working with from the likes of Star & Dagger, A Pale Horse Named Death, and Wednesday 13 to name a few. Loond dishes on new tunes from Coliseum, Havok, Devil To Pay, and Helhorse. The guys talk about the new bass player for Trouble and upcoming tours from Death Angel, Orange Goblin, and some of the aforementioned bands on the Rocky Road Roster. So join us for some L&D won’t ya.
Horns Up! – J&L
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Music featured this episode:
Star & Dagger - In My Blood
Coliseum - Late Night Trains
A Pale Horse Named Death - Killer By Night
Havok - Under The Gun
Helhorse - Deathride
Trouble - The Greying Chill Of Autumn
Orange Goblin - Blue Snow
Jamie Whincup (Red Bull Racing Australia, Holden) was on the poll for Saturday’s split 60/60-km race of the Winton 360 in Victoria. Michael Caruso, however, qualified his Nissan Norton Hornets machine into P2, a new high for the Altima. Both drivers held their positions through Lap 1, followed by James Moffat (Norton Hornets, Nissan), Mark Winterbottom (Pepsi Max Crew FPR, Ford), and Shane van Gisbergen (Team TEKNO, Holden).
Whincup suffered a mechanical failure on Lap 10, moving Caruso t...
The end of Formula 1’s 25-day summer break means a return to the 4.4-mile, 19-turn forested thrills of Spa Francorhamps for the Belgian Grand Prix. Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull Racing-Renault) led the chase for his fourth consecutive championship by 38 points over Kimi Raikkonen (Lotus-Renault) coming into the race. The oft-changing weather at Spa during grid formation was cloudy but dry.
Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) won the pole, with Vettel starting next to him, the ...
Photo: Chris Jones/www.IndyCar.com
Helio Castroneves (Team Penske) came into Sonoma as the season points leader, with Scott Dixon (Target Chip Ganassi Racing) second. Dixon began the race on the front row, but behind teammate Dario Franchitti, who took the pole. Castroneves’ Penske teammate Will Power was third on the starting grid, with Ryan Hunter-Reay (Andretti Autosport) right next door in P4. Castroneves started fifth.
Cross-pollination between IndyCar and sports cars continued (see...
Points leaders Johnny O’Connell (Cadillac Racing CTS.V) and Jack Baldwin (Motul/StopTech/Foametix Porsche Cayman S) took the GT and GTS poles, with teammate Andy Pilgrim next to O’Connell on the front row and Brandon Davis (TRG-AMR Barrcuda Networks Aston Martin Vantage GT4) starting second in GTS. Round 11 and 12 winner and defending Sonoma champion Alex Figge (K-PAX Racing Volvo S60) started sixth, with teammate Randy Pobst third.
O’Connell stalled at the start, with Pobst&r...
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Talking "Flashpoint" with C. Thomas Howell at #SDCC.
Photo: Wayne Taylor Racing
Daytona Prototype rookie Jordan Taylor (Wayne Taylor Racing Corvette DP) made a great move inside pole-sitter and series veteran Scott Pruett (Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates BMW Riley) with 44 min left in the race to take the lead. Pruett, however, kept up the fight, remaining within 0.528 sec of the leader 29 min later. A close high-speed encounter with a GT car inside the 9-min mark could have taken out either of front two but didn’t.
With 6:10 left ...