187 episodes

We’ve learned that the best conversations in the world of motorsport happen over dinner (and an occasional alcoholic beverage), so we’ve tricked some of the most interesting characters in the sport to sit down with us and share their tales. Some are funny, some are enlightening, some never discuss racing at all… oh well. Join hosts Ryan Eversley (factory racing driver for Acura) and Sean Heckman (proud corgi owner) as they literally drive across the country for you, the listener, so please try and not write too much hate in the comments section. This whole thing was made possible by Continental Tire, as well as Acura who haven’t objected (yet) to the mileage on Ryan’s MDX.

Dinner with Racers Dinner with Racers

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    • 4.9 • 17 Ratings

We’ve learned that the best conversations in the world of motorsport happen over dinner (and an occasional alcoholic beverage), so we’ve tricked some of the most interesting characters in the sport to sit down with us and share their tales. Some are funny, some are enlightening, some never discuss racing at all… oh well. Join hosts Ryan Eversley (factory racing driver for Acura) and Sean Heckman (proud corgi owner) as they literally drive across the country for you, the listener, so please try and not write too much hate in the comments section. This whole thing was made possible by Continental Tire, as well as Acura who haven’t objected (yet) to the mileage on Ryan’s MDX.

    Ep.188 – Scott McLaughlin

    Ep.188 – Scott McLaughlin

    Born in New Zealand and growing up in Australia, Scott McLaughlin made his name as the absolute stud of the Australian V8 Supercar series, but in 2021 made the bold move to come to the United States with a rare opportunity to drive in IndyCar with Team Penske. A champion in nearly everything he’s driven, […]

    • 1 hr 43 min
    Ep.187 – Tim Keene

    Ep.187 – Tim Keene

    Tim Keene is one of the most iconic behind-the-scenes people in the sport of road racing and open-wheel, and his success is only matched by his mouth. Working through a number of crew and manager roles in the sport, Tim has worked with Chip Ganassi Racing, Panoz, Meyer, Shank and now finds his home with […]

    • 1 hr 36 min
    Ep.186 – Jon Ikeda

    Ep.186 – Jon Ikeda

    Jon Ikeda is a great one for us because he’s the boss’s boss’s boss at Acura. His current title is Brand Officer, but he’s more of a designer than a manager, but most importantly, he’s a racer. Yeah, he’s the boss, but we only chose to sit with him because he’s a character and a […]

    • 1 hr 31 min
    Ep.185 – Eric Foss

    Ep.185 – Eric Foss

    Eric Foss is a classic journeyman driver who has gone from amateur racer to coach to now one of the staples of the touring and production ranks of current sportscar racing. Having won in nearly everything he’s competed in, Eric is a champion of the IMSA Pilot Challenge ranks and one of the most universally […]

    • 1 hr 36 min
    Ep.184 – Felipe Nasr

    Ep.184 – Felipe Nasr

    Felipe Nasr is one of the modern greats of road racing, and his legend is only growing. A native of Brazil, Felipe found huge success in European junior racing, including winning the British F3 championship before moving on to Formula One. He scored a top-five on his debut. He’s since gone on to become one […]

    • 1 hr 47 min
    Ep.183 – Michael Printup

    Ep.183 – Michael Printup

    Michael Printup is the current President of Watkins Glen International, but his history as one of the sport’s most dynamic track developers is long heralded. A staple of NASCAR and the former ISC family, Michael has developed race tracks ranging from California to Michigan, including one of the craziest stories on a development project in […]

    • 1 hr 40 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
17 Ratings

17 Ratings

2ndaccnt ,

Best on the podcastsphere

This and The Marshall Pruett Podcast are my go betweens. Dope stuff and the drivers are prime as 👌🏻

Simbababy ,

A great podcast

The hosts bring a terrific podcast to your table with each episode. I enjoy the format of the podcast as it’s raw, and you never really know what the racing guest might discuss. Their lineup of guests reads like a who’s who of motorsports greats. I subtracted one star for the way that the guests sometimes encourage a guest to swear or travel down an inappropriate path. That part is not necessary to good story telling and keeps some otherwise fine episodes from being family friendly.

Ozzie K9 ,

Dinner with Racers

This show is why the internet was created. Best stories, great hosts and wonderful sponsors. Please don’t ever stop making this show, every Guest brings something special.

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