The closing of KV Racing Technology lends itself to the title of this week’s edition of The Apex’s official podcast.
The KV news is interspersed among discussion of several other major headlines to come out of the week on Episode 32 of The Braking Point (TBP). Editor-in-Chief Aaron Durant and Executive Editor Ben Hinc also fill you in on the Verizon IndyCar Series’ open test at Phoenix Raceway last weekend.
Once the sports car, Mazda Road to Indy and IndyCar news is taken care of, Durant and Hinc offer their thoughts on the Verizon-powered mobile devices they are currently testing. The discussion ends up covering the current state of the battle between Apple, Google and several others on not only mobile but other platforms as well.[powerpress]
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- RACER: KV Racing Technology thanks fans, team members
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