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Double Stint: News Recap; Richard Westbrook Interview (2.27.18)

This week’s Double Stint Podcast featuring guest Richard Westbrook…

This week on Double Stint, John Dagys and Ryan Myrehn discuss all of the latest sports car racing news and answer listener questions, plus a conversation with Ford Chip Ganassi Racing driver Richard Westbrook.

Have a sports car racing-related question for the show? Submit it via Twitter with the hashtag #AskDoubleStint, or submit it as a comment in this thread and it may be featured on next week’s show. Please limit your submissions to two questions per week to ensure that we can get to everyone.

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5 Comments

5 Comments

  1. jason

    February 28, 2018 at 8:51 am

    If you were in charge of IMSA what decisions would you make to help address the issue of rising costs in GTD as quickly as possible?

  2. G. Santos

    February 28, 2018 at 2:44 pm

    As ever great job and effort in the podcast. Now that the Porsche Lmp1 is gone what are they going to do with so many drivers and so the older Porsche factory drivers like Bergmeister, Henzler, Lieb… are just being sidelined. Are they not up to the job??

  3. RobertB

    March 1, 2018 at 2:01 pm

    John, I was wondering if you ever considered a discussion forum on sportscar365.com? I’m sure you’ve noticed between the Facebook posts and comments below the news articles on the site, we have some pretty lively discussions. It would be nice if they were all in one place. If you need moderators let me be the first to volunteer!

  4. Alexander Angeles

    March 1, 2018 at 4:19 pm

    Is there still an interest in bringing DTM style touring cars here to the US? I remember reading about this but have not heard any new news. There are some teams and cars I’d love to see here in the states such as Team Mugen with their NSX-GT from the Super GT series in Japan.

  5. Kyle

    March 5, 2018 at 8:46 am

    Has St. Pete rectified Turn 3 at all or are they still going to have those modifications from last year?

    What is the outlook for GTLM if Ford do indeed quit after 2019 and McLaren opt to run only in GTE-Pro if their program comes to fruition?

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