The Autosportradio.com 2020 Show presented by Honda and HPD, Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the NTT IndyCar Series and the SVRA will stream live on Tuesday February 11th live from McGilvery’s Speedway 3009 No. High School Road beginning at 7PM EST.
The program can be seen/heard by logging onto www.autosportradio.com then click on the YouTube link just below the screen to watch the live stream on YouTube. The show is also streamed live on the autosportradioshow Facebook page.
When the program concludes you will find the archive available on YouTube. Log onto www.youtube.com and put..”autosportradioshow”.. in the search box and click to see the past shows.
Andy with wife Sarah (Fisher) are owners of Speedway Indoor Karting Center and have partnered with Wink Hartman in revitalizing Whiteland Raceway Park to it’s former glory days.
Wink’s grandfather founded Hartman Oil Co. Before Hartman inherited the company, he gained experience working for the Derby Oil Company, Xerox Corporation, and Del Monte Foods. He purchased a controlling interest in Hartman Oil from his father in 1990. He opened restaurants in Wichita, El Dorado, Kansas and Lawrence, Kansas. He founded the Wichita Wild, an indoor football team, in 2007. He was the co-owner of the Indycar team Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing along with former driver Sarah Fisher from 2012 to 2014 when it merged with Ed Carpenter Racing to create CFH Racing. Hartman and Fisher later sold their shares in the team to former race car driver Carpenter.
They will have announced earlier in the day a new addition to the SFH Racer Development program.
An evening dedicated to celebrate the memory of John Andretti
For all of John Andretti’s versatile skills as a driver, he was equally or more admired for his charity work outside of the cockpit. Andretti and Indianapolis-area radio personality Dave “The King” Wilson co-founded the “Race for Riley,” an annual go-kart race in Central Indiana that has raised nearly $4 million for the Riley Children’s Hospital in Indianapolis since its inception in 1997.
When John announced his diagnosis with late-stage colon cancer in April 2017, he also started an aggressive campaign to urge regular colon screening, something he admitted he didn’t do to catch his illness in its early stages.
The #CheckIt4Andretti campaign became a rallying cry during the 2017 Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge, seen on many hats and T-shirts. The hashtag and campaign saved many lives through regular colonoscopies and still is shared frequently on social media. Andretti is survived by his wife, Nancy, and children Jarett, Olivia and Amelia. Jarett Andretti has followed his father’s tire tracks and drives in sprint cars, sports cars and Indy Lights.
Fans are encouraged to continue Andretti’s legacy through regular colon screenings and by sharing the #CheckIt4Andretti hashtag on social media.
See you Tusday evening at McGilvery’s Speedway…