The 2016 Show presented by Honda HPD will stream live on Tuesday March 1st, live from McGilvery’s Speedway.. 3009 North High School Road, beginning at 7PM ET.

The program can be seen/heard by logging onto and the program streamed live on YouTube will be on the home page.

When the program concludes you will find the archive available on Don Kay’s YouTube channel. 

Scheduled Guests are:

Anthony and Casey Foyt

Anthony Joseph “A.J.” Foyt IV is a former American race car driver and also is a scouting assistant for the Indianapolis Colts. He competed in the IndyCar Series and briefly in the NASCAR Nationwide Series, then called the Busch Series. He is the grandson of A.J. Foyt.

He began his career racing karts. He moved up through the open wheel racing ranks, winning the 2002 Infinity Pro Series. When Foyt made his first Indianapolis 500 race in 2003, he became the youngest driver to start in the event. He continued in IndyCar for two more years until his back was injured at the 2005 Indianapolis 500. Later that season he made several NASCAR Busch Series starts. He was scheduled to continue in the Busch Series in 2006, but the team was bought out and his contract didn’t allow him to race in a non-Dodge car. He returned to IndyCar late that season. He has not raced since 2009, although he drove for his grandfather’s A.J. Foyt Enterprises team in trials for the 2010 Indianapolis 500.

Anthony is in his sixth season with the Colts as a scouting assistant. Foyt made the transition from the Indy Racing League, which he joined in 2003. He appeared in six Indianapolis 500 races. Foyt was born and raised in Hockley, Texas. He is married to Casey Irsay Foyt, and they reside in Indianapolis with their sons, Anthony Joseph Foyt, V and Lockey James.

Casey Irsay Foyt…

At 25 years old, Casey Irsay is already working for the team she’s known her entire life, a team that Colts’ owner Jim Irsay says she may run someday.

“She was 1 1/2, 2 years old when she was toddling around the team,” Jim Irsay said. “She couldn’t be a ball girl)and pick up jockstraps with naked men walking around in the locker room. But it’s been interesting because, as she goes on this journey, it’s kind of like being a frontiers’ man, a frontiers’ woman.”

Casey, as a vice president in the team’s marketing and community relations division, is one of only a handful of women working in NFL front offices.

Zach Veach

Zach Veach is an American auto racing driver, where he competed in the Indy Lights for Andretti Autosport. Born and raised in Stockdale, Ohio, Veach was named to CNN’s list of “Intriguing People” in May 2010 and became the national spokesperson for FocusDriven, and released his first book, “99 Things Teens Wish They Knew Before Turning 16” on NBC’s The Today Show on March 2, 2011.
Zack began racing at age 12 when he was “discovered” by former IndyCar Series team owner Sarah Fisher’s dad, Dave Fisher. In 19 months Veach had gone from go-karts to the cockpit of an open-wheel Formula BMW machine. Near the end of 2009, while testing a Formula BMW, Atlantic Championship team owner Eric Jensen signed Veach to his team for the 2010 Atlantic Championship season. In early March 2010, the Series halted operations.
After seasons 2010, ’11 and ’12 in the USF 2000 and the Pro Mazda series where he had excellent success he moved to the Indy Lights in 2013 driving for Andretti Autosport.  Zack led the most laps and finished on the podium in third at the Milwaukee Mile and won the pole at Auto Club Speedway on his way to seventh in points. He remained in the series and Andretti Autosport in 2014. He collected three wins and nine podiums in 14 races to end third in the standings behind Gabby Chaves and Jack Harvey. After being out of the cockpit for 2015 and going to the IMS Radio Network booth, Zack will return to Indy Lights in 2016 with Belardi Auto Racing.

Steve Lotshaw

In 2010 Steve Lotshaw, Leigh Earnshaw, Dick Jordan, Pedro “PeeWee” Distarce and ten participants from the Historical Era (1934-55) were announced as inductees into the National Midget Auto Racing Hall of Fame. The announcement was made during the 10th annual Hall of Fame Midget Classic, USAC National Midget Series event at Angell Park Speedway.
Lotshaw won the 1979 USAC National Midget Championship, by a scant four points, and was runner-up in points on three occasions. His ten career USAC National wins were highlighted by a victory in the 1984 Night Before the 500 at ‘O Reilly Raceway Park and four indoor feature victories, in a career which saw him make 332 career USAC National Midget feature starts.
During Steve’s career he had a number of amazing accomplishments. Among those are:
Steve held or set 24 National track records, won the largest starting field of Midgets ever held, 62 cars at DuQuoin in Illinois, won the 1984 Night Before the 500, won the Cooper Classic fall event in Phoenix, was 2 time Snowball 100 winner at Winchester Speedway, Won the Gilmore Classic in Hartford, Michigan, won thje Rodger Ward Classic in Michigan, won the Mile High Classic in Erie, Colorado. He was the only driver to run up Pikes Peak in a Midget. Was the CORA Champion and Rookie of the Year, a 3 time QMA Champion and inducted into the QMA Hall of Fame.
Steve won races in all the following sanctioning groups: USAC National Series, CORA, St Louis RMMA, NAMAR, UMRA,BARA, Skoal Bandit Series and USAC Regional Series.
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