Raceline Radio Weekend Wrap-Up, and Show Guest Schedule Week of June 13th

Raceline Radio Weekend Wrap-Up, and Show Guest Schedule


Compiled By Erik Tomas, The Raceline Radio Network.   Week Of:  June 13th     2021  


“All schedule dates subject to change: Covid 19 Pandemic”                          


NTT IndyCar Series: 

Last Races: Saturday June 12th and Sunday 13th: Twin Races, IndyCar Duel in Detroit, Belle Isles.

Race # 1: Lots of drama! A one-hour red flag when Felix Rosenqvist smacked the turn 6 wall head-on on lap 28. It wasn’t a hung throttle and they don’t want to tell us what broke. Felix hospitalized then released. No injuries. Back to the race: Late drama when Will Power was on his way until 5 laps to go when Romain Grosjean banged the wall. Another red flag for some reason and the built up heat fried the Electronic Control Unit and Power’s engine would not re-fire. Handed the win to Marcus Ericsson, his first in the series. Bad day for the Canadians. Hinchcliffe 17th, Kellett 18th.

Race # 2: Pato O’Ward pounced on Josef Newgarden, his rear tires done with only 3 to go to take over the lead for his 2nd win of the year to take over the points lead. Pato the first repeat IndyCar winner this season. Not much improvement in race-two for the Canucks: Hinchcliffe 14th, Kellett: 23rd.

Next Race:  Sunday June 20th: Road America, Elkhart Lake Wisconsin.


NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series: 

Last Race: Sunday June 6th:   Non points: All Star Open and All Star race, Texas Motor Speedway: Aric Amirola wins the All-Star Open. All-Star race to Kyle Larson who wins a $ million dollars!

Next Race: Sunday June 20thBack in the points @ Nashville Speedway, Nashville TN.


Formula One World Driving Championship: 

Next Race: Sunday June 27th, The French Grand Prix, Paul Ricard.

Last Race: Sunday June 6th: Baku, Azerbaijan: Sergio Perez wins for Red Bull. Sebastian Vettel 2nd, his first podium for Aston Martin, Pierre Gasly 3rd for Alfa Tauri. Canada’s Nick Latifi finished 13th but was slapped with a 10 second penalty for not coming to the pit lane right away during the late-race-red, scored 16th. Not his fault. His Williams team told him to stay out for some reason.

F-1 Points: With both Verstappen and Hamilton scoring DNF’s, Verstappen still leads Hamilton by 4 in Drivers, Red Bull’s lead over Mercedes in Constructors now 26 points thanks to the Perez win into the French GP at Paul Ricard June 27th.


Sports Cars:  IMSA: 

Last Race:  June 12thwith IndyCar at Belle Isle Detroit Grand Prix: Chip Ganassi with the overall win and DPi IMSA class win with Renger van der Zande and Kevin Magnussen in the Cadillac. GTD: Ross Gunn and Canada’s Roman De Angelis for Aston Martin when the winning CarBahn Audi was DQ’s for a fuelling violation. GTLM: to Milner and Tandy in the Corvette.

Next Race: Sunday June 27th: Watkins Glen NY.

Note:  July event at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park has been cancelled again due to the Pandemic.


Canadian Rally Championship presented by Subaru: 

The Rocky Mountain Rally, Cochrane Alberta has been postponed to October 9th.  That’s right before the Pacific Forest Rally in Merritt BC October 30th.


World Rally Championship:

Next Rally: June 27th: Nairobi, Kenya, Africa.


Raceline Radio Show Guest Schedule for The Week of:

June 13th: Canadian Tire Motorsport Park co-owner Ron Fellows on dealing with another summer of Covid-cancellations… we meet 17 year old Thomas Nepveu from Oka Quebec, a rising star in the U.S F-2000 Series on The Road to Indy… and more entries for the Subaru-Raceline E-Mail Bag Trivia Contest!

June 20th: A few minutes with the hottest driver in NASCAR Cup, Kyle Larson. For our “Females are Fabulous” Series, Jessica Friesen who will race against her Canadian husband Stewart Friesen in her NASCAR Truck Series debut at Knoxville next month… and more entries for our Subaru-Raceline E-Mail Bag Trivia Contest!

2021: Is our 29th consecutive season on the air as Canada’s National Radio Motorsport Authority!

2021 Raceline Radio Network Affiliate Stations:

Stations feature live audio streaming, podcasting and Iphone access.

Sportsnet 590 The FAN Toronto: ( Co Flagship ) Sundays 7am (replay) and 11 PM Eastern for the primary airing. The FAN / Raceline is also available in HD FM: 92.5 Channel 3, The Radio Player Canada App, Bell Express-Vu Sat. channel 959, and carried live and podcasted on the Web at sportsnet.ca 


Raceline Podcasts: (http://www.sportsnet.ca/590/) “Shows” –  link to the audio page for Raceline Radio (http://www.sportsnet.ca/590/raceline-radio/

Listen LIVE: www.sportsnet.ca     

Tune In Radio: http://tunein.com/radio/Raceline-Radio-p58510/.

TSN 690 Montreal: Monday 9 PM Eastern or after Canadiens post-game

Sportsnet 650 Vancouver: Sunday 10 PM Mountain. Also in HD at 96.9 – HD 3, and on the Radioplayer Canada App.

Sportsnet 960 The FAN Calgary: Sunday 10 PM Mountain

TSN 1260 Edmonton: Saturday 7:00 AM Mountain

News 95.7 Halifax: Monday 8 PM Atlantic

CityNews 101-1 FM Ottawa: Saturday 5 PM Eastern

CityNews 1310 AM Ottawa: Saturday 5 PM Eastern

AM 900 CHML Hamilton: ( Co-Flagship ) Sunday 8 PM Eastern, HD FM at 95.3 Channel 3 and podcasted.

NEWS-TALK 610 CKTB St. Catharines-Niagara: Monday 11 PM Eastern, and Saturday 6 PM Eastern, I-Heart Radio and podcasted.

NEWS TALK 1290 CJBK London:  Saturday 5 PM Eastern and Sunday 6 PM Eastern and I-Heart Radio.


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