The Braking Point podcast returns for its 28th consecutive week and the third time of the year.
This time around, Editor-in-Chief Aaron Durant joins Executive Editor Ben Hinc in reporting the news out of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, Mazda Road to Indy and Verizon IndyCar Series from the last week before pondering if INDYCAR should value aesthetics or performance more when developing the universal aero kit set to debut in 2018.
Get up to speed on the entry list and Balance of Performance updates for next weekend’s Rolex 24 at Daytona as well as all other news and enjoy the show’s third in-depth topic.[powerpress]
- The Apex: Rolex 24 Entry List Features 55 Cars
- The Apex: Turner Confirms Daytona Entry
- Sportscar365: DAC Confirms Lamborghini TPNAEC Effort, Daytona Lineup
- Sportscar365: IMSA Confirms Rolex 24 BoP
- The Apex: IMSA Competition Team Gets Personnel Updates
Mazda Road to Indy
- The Apex: Pigot Retains Road, Street Ride at ECR
- The Apex: Foyt Switch to Chevrolet Made Official
- The Apex: INDYCAR, Firestone Reach Multi-Year Contract Extension
- Motorsport: NAPA expands deal with Rossi, Andretti Autosport
- NBC Sports: Gateway secures deal with Bommarito Auto for IndyCar race sponsorship
- Motorsport: KV Racing in talks with Maldonado
- Motorsport: Carlin unlikely to enter IndyCar in 2017
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