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Hypercritical by Professional Awesome Racing

Professional Awesome Racing

Join Mike Lewin, Devin Giles, Dan O'Donnell and Hayden Lowe from Professional Awesome as they discuss American Time Attack, Race Engineering, and other Grassroots Motorsports

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Today, we have Micah McMahan from 3MI Racing LLC again. We talk about the lack of parity within the time attack organizers. We go DEEP into the weeds on shock shafts. You need a strong shaft! How you can find a good engine builder for your needs. Wha... more

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Today, we have Micah McMahan from 3MI Racing LLC. Micah has a storied history, including going across the pond to work for Oracle Red Bull Racing (Yes, that Red Bull Racing) as a powertrain team lead. He has also worked for Roush Yates Engines, so to... more

2 months ago

Join us in this episode as we delve into the fascinating world of aerodynamics with Ido Waksman, an aerodynamic engineer at Pratt Miller. The company that builds the C8R GT3 cars. With a rich background that includes work with Honda as an aero dynami... more

3 months ago

Today, we are joined by Feras Qartoumy. Arguably, it is the fastest Corvette in the world, but let’s settle on North America for now. Feras, let’s dive into what made him choose the Corvette over his sick Nova—another racer with a drag racing backgro... more

4 months ago


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5.0 out of 5 stars from 103 ratings
  • IDO!

    I always enjoy your podcast, but I can’t get enough of Ido. Please have a part 2 or 3 or more!

    Apple Podcasts
    GT-R guy
    United States2 months ago
  • Good stuff.

    Some good ol’ boys with great insight and knowledge into the time attack scene.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States7 months ago
  • Great info for a aspiring racers and time trial folks

    They provide a lot of up front info about time trail/time attack… and if you can read between the lines the I formation can be like drinking from a fire hose! Thanks guys!

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago
  • Thumbs up

    Always super informative and fun to listen to. I laugh. I cry. I come back for more.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago
  • Needs

    Love being able to get my dose of nerd content. I like the deep dives on the builds and the industry people that are sometimes at the forefront and big names and some other lesser known people. Excellent car content for any one in the sundae cup community.

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    United Statesa year ago

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