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On Thursday, May 2, the first episode of “The Racing Insiders” airs on MAVTV @ 2 and 5 PM EST. and again on Saturday, at noon. So get ready to pull up a chair or set your DVR to record.

“The Racing Insiders” is a weekly “talking heads” 30-minute news show, covering Pro and Club Sports Car racing in North America. The Show is focused on providing passionate fans with behind the scenes, cutting edge information. Each show provides conversation on a variety of topics from the top pro racing series (Grand Am, ALMS, Pirelli World Challenge, Global RallyCross, Rally America, etc.) as well as the Club/Amateur racing community (Sport Car Club of America “SCCA”) giving viewer’s in-depth knowledge.

This Weeks Show Guests:

Katherine Legge – IndyCar and former DTM driver
Katherine talks about her recent test-drive in the Deltawing, which prompted the announcement that she will drive it in the next ALMS race at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.

John Dagys - International Sportscar Journalist
John tell us that opinions in the Grand Am paddock indicate there may be bumpy roads ahead in the ALMS/GA merger plans.

This Weeks Insider Topics:

The Pirelli World Challenge - GTS class and the future of the Mustang as the base platform.

Global Rallycross Brazil - Former F1 driver Scott Speed takes home the medal.

The Racing Insiders airs weekly on the MAVTV Network with a reach of 43,000,000 households and a target demographic of 25 to 54 year olds. MAVTV's programming includes several Motorsport programs and, is owned by Forest Lucas, of Lucas Oil. Lucas Oil has the naming rights to the Indianapolis Colts' football stadium and now "bookends" the 2013 American racing season with the "ARCA Lucas Oil 200" raced in January at Daytona and October's IndyCar season finale "MAVTV American Real 500" at Auto Club Speedway in Southern California. It is obvious that Lucas Oil and MAVTV doesn't do anything half way and we expect The Racing Insiders on the MAVTV Network to live up to that trend.


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