Three blokes vying for one trophy

In this week’s episode, the team visit the Peter Brock Trophy Tour as it passes through the ACT, and chat about Supercars, Oscar Piastri, Max Verstappen and Logan Sargeant.Continue readingThree blokes vying for one trophy

Increased production budget and a Sandown rundown

On this week’s podcast, the lads have been blessed with an increased production budget including never-before-heard car sounds. Josh, Anthony and Zac also discuss and break down the weekend’s racing at the Sandown 500, including a recap of their bold predictions. Carlos Sainz’s masterclass from Singapore is also on the cards, along with Piastri’s now infamous grid walk snub. Nascar’s Danny Hamlin also makes a slight appearance on the show as we chat about the latest state of play in Nascar’s 2023 playoff series.Continue readingIncreased production budget and a Sandown rundown

Wednesday 20 September, 2023

On today’s menu cooked up by Joshua Groch and Ben Signor: golf course design, CrossFit, American football, UCX, Stonefest, motorsport and more!Continue readingWednesday 20 September, 2023

Sandown^2 + Singapore ft. The Count

In this episode, the lads make their bold predictions for the upcoming Sandown 500 weekend, drop the latest Supercars Silly Season news, introduce this year’s edition of the co-drivers cup, catch up on news surrounding the upcoming Singapore Grand Prix, and discuss the Laguna “Safety Car” Seca round of the 2023 IndyCar championship.Continue readingSandown^2 + Singapore ft. The Count

We made a friend!

In this week’s episode we recap the 2023 Monza Grand Prix, highlighting the lingering sore point of the Ashes controversy and the “Spirit of Racing” after the Piastri, Hamilton Clash. Zac previews the upcoming Sandown SpeedSeries round, and Anthony and Josh go over recent broken records in the Domestic Motorsport. We also managed to coax a current Supercars driver onto the show as our first ever guest and get them to give us a rundown of the pre-enduro test at QR, as well as talk about the time they took the Dulux Dog for a hot lap. Tune in to find out who the podcast’s first friend is.Continue readingWe made a friend!

An apology and some confusion

In this week’s episode, Zac apologises to Australian F1 fans and tries not to get sued. The team also gets super confused about the NASCAR playoff system before sharing the latest updates from Supercars pitlane. And famous Sony Pictures stock car driver Ricky Bobby makes an appearance.Continue readingAn apology and some confusion

Kostecki crushes The Bend, Supercars silly season just got sillier, and sexy F1

This week, Anthony, Josh and Zac talk Supercars at The Bend Motorsport Park, their top three performers from the weekend, the silliest silly season in the last decade, and why F1 just got sexy again.Continue readingKostecki crushes The Bend, Supercars silly season just got sillier, and sexy F1

Indy wrap-up, Supercars silly season update, and Tailem Bend preview

In this episode, we rewind the clock and dissect the action-packed weekend that unfolded in Indianapolis, USA. We give a rapid-fire recap of the SMP weekend and examine the current Supercars silly season. And we preview the upcoming showdown at The Bend Motorsport Park in South Australia.Continue readingIndy wrap-up, Supercars silly season update, and Tailem Bend preview

“The pinnacle is V8 Supercars”: Canberra speedster’s rise up the ranks

Canberra racing driver, Cameron Hill, was 17-years-old when he emerged victorious from Formula Ford Series in 2015. His career goal of heading overseas to race open-wheelers (cars without roofs), was shut down due to budget restrictions. He would then shift his focus to making a career for himself here on home soil. Now 26, Hill races for Matt Stone Racing and has some significant wins under his belt. He won the Porsche Carrera Cup Australia Championship in 2021 and has had a Bathurst 1000 start among his series of main game starts for his Rookie Season this year.Continue reading“The pinnacle is V8 Supercars”: Canberra speedster’s rise up the ranks

‘Drive of a Lifetime’: the story of the GOAT

Jamie Whincup is undoubtedly Australia’s greatest ever touring car/Supercars driver. In his 20-year career, Whincup won an incredible 124 races, stood on the podium another 143 times and qualified on pole 84 times. Above all else though, it’s his seven championship victories that really made him stand out above the rest. In his biography, ‘Drive of a Lifetime’, Whincup gives a behind the scenes look into some of the greatest situations he faced within the sport that he loved.Continue reading‘Drive of a Lifetime’: the story of the GOAT