It's another back to back week of IndyCar action, but TPF indi is missing a co-driver this week. While Zach is out recovering from a cold, the show's favorite Canadians Drake and Angelica return! The trio go three wide to figure out silly season and preview this weekend's penultimate race!

Even when there's a few weeks between races, the NTT IndyCar Series keeps giving with big headlines! This week Dusty and Zach are joined by IndyCar Radio's Ryan Myrehn to help make sense of the revamped silly season in the final portion of the season. Who's joining the series? The trio read deep into the tea leaves to figure out the tracks, marques and drivers for 2020 and beyond.

It's another exciting episode on TPF indi this week as Meyer Shank Racing's Jack Harvey joins Dusty and Zach to share his experience in playing a key role in starting a new NTT IndyCar Series team. Jack shares thoughts on everything from baking to Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and everything in between. Honda Indy 200 excitement is reviewed. Dusty and Zach also recall a true Iowa night race.

On this week's TPF indi, Dusty and Zach recap the action from the Honda Indy Toronto and attempt to break down the resurgence of Simon Pagenaud. Wait, are Pagenaud and Power and actually the same person? Dusty goes off on another crackpot theory while Zach shares a little bit of old school IndyCar racing track history. Oh yeah and we're all corned up for the Iowa 300!

It's a special episode this week as Dusty and Zach are joined by former driver and team owner Jimmy Vasser. While wondering the paddock of Road America, the guys were able to catch up with Vasser and pick his brain regarding the state of the series among other things. Where would be the best venues for a double-header with which series? Is the apparent unity genuine within the paddock? Are we back to where we were before the split? These questions are answered along with a great review of the Rev Group Grand Prix.

It's a little late, but we've got a great episode as Dusty and Zach are joined by Canadians Angelica and Drake in no other place but Canada Corner. Join us as look at the season as it enters the second half of the year for the NTT Data IndyCar Series. We discuss the existential wonder that is Road America and what's going on with the schedule with some race cars flying by in the background.

And what a Month of May it was! From the action-packed final stint of the 103rd Running of the Indianapolis 500 to an icy redemption in Detroit, IndyCar fans were served a tantalizing buffet of sizzling track action since our last episode.

Dusty and Zach take a moment to discuss some sim racing things before getting into the heart of the discussion, which surrounds an Indy 500 wrap-up, Chevrolet Dual in Detroit review and a look ahead to Texas Motor Speedway for the DXC Technology 600.

Join Zach and Dusty as they lament and celebrate how wrong they were heading into the best month in Motorsport!

Just two weeks after predicting a boring IndyCar Grand Prix and qualifying bump day, the guys have to fess up to their sins. Changing weather conditions provided the perfect backdrop for an exciting race at the typically processional IMS road course. Let's not forget to mention bump day. It's going to be boring - WRONG! It's not going to affect the race - WRONG! Nothing impactful will happen - WRONG again! Tune in this week to catch a lot of back-walking in addition to the usual shenanigans.

This week Dusty and Zach and are joined by Tanner Watkins from Open-Wheels.com to celebrate IndyCar's spring break and kick off the month of May!

The trio also discuss the latest rumors in the paddock surround that aloof third manufacturer, this wheel with a German flavor. A look ahead at qualifying follows the ongoing debate around Indy 500 qualifying procedures and the value of the IndyCar GP on the road course at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

With another fortnight comes another round of TPF indi, the Parc Fermé's North American open wheel racing show with hosts Zach and Dusty.

This week, we're joined by the resonant sounds of Tony Laporta, public address announcer for all things IMSA and the voice of Global MX-5 Cup. Tony knows his way around the IndyCar paddock and has spent much of his budding career with and around the stars of the NTT Data IndyCar Series.

On this episode, Tony finds himself hedged by controversy with the two hosts going back and forth about how Alexander Rossi could dominate the future of IndyCar, "The Block," and what it is that manufacturers find appealing about open wheel racing.