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Double Stint: 24H Spa Recap; Christopher Haase Interview (8.1.17)

This week’s Double Stint podcast with guest Christopher Haase…

This week on Double Stint, Ryan Myrehn and John Dagys recap the thrilling edition of the Total 24 Hours of Spa, plus analyze Porsche’s announcement that it would be leaving LMP1 at the end of the year and the rest of the news from sports car racing. Then, Christopher Haase calls in to discuss his big win at Spa, and the guys take listener questions.

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.

Ryan Myrehn is an Indianapolis-based journalist and sportscaster, covering IMSA and Pirelli World Challenge. Myrehn, a graduate of DePauw University, is also the host of Sportscar365's “Double Stint” Podcast.



  1. Jack

    August 5, 2017 at 12:23 pm

    1. What do you see the current factory gtd teams to do next year? Shank and 3GT
    2. Do you think joest Mazda will run 7 and 8 or 55 70?
    3. Who do you expect to see in the second JDC car mext year? my guess Chris Miller and Mathias Beche.
    4. What are the chances in the future of a European team bringing there chassis over and running it as a dpi, like if racing team nederland came over, would they have an option to make it a caddy for the race?
    5. What class do you see the current pc teams going to next year.
    6. Keep up the good work.

  2. Kyle

    August 6, 2017 at 1:57 pm

    Can you provide any detail on who may be interested in running customer 911 RSRs and Ford GTs next year?

    Besides Audi and Honda, what TCR brands can we expect to see in 2018?

  3. Another Kyle

    August 7, 2017 at 11:09 am

    Near the end of the WeatherTech race, IMSA went to full course yellow because a car ran out of fuel at the bottom of the pit entry hill. That yellow seemed to last for 15 minutes, but the only ‘work’ that needed done was to push the car back a few feet through a nearby hole in the wall.

    A 15 minute caution feels unnecessary for such a minor incident. Are there any changes IMSA could make to their caution procedures to eliminate this type of caution?

    • Ryan Myrehn

      Ryan Myrehn

      August 8, 2017 at 7:37 am

      Thanks for the question! Unfortunately it came in after we had already taped the show this week but I will save it and address it on next week’s show. Thanks for listening!

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