The All-New Driven With Skip Barber Podcast Is Now Available

(Press Release from Lime Rock Park)
Lime Rock President and Motorsports Icon Skip Barber launches his all-new podcast series, Driven With Skip Barber (Photo: York & Chapel)

Lime Rock Park, the historic motorsports and entertainment destination nestled among the hills of beautiful Northwest Connecticut, has launched the new podcast Driven With Skip Barber and the website www.drivenwithskipbarber.com.

In the podcast, Lime Rock Park President Skip Barber brings audiences an insider’s view of the motorsports world. 

“Our goal is to give racing and automotive fans an opportunity to hear many of the stories that are told around the track, providing them with a rare, behind-the-scenes look at this fast-paced world,” Barber said. 

In the podcast, Barber will speak with drivers and team owners, car enthusiasts, celebrities, and friends in the automotive space. The first episode is now available and features Barber speaking with Comedian Adam Carolla.

“Adam was a clear choice to launch our first podcast,” Barber said. “Not only is he a celebrity, he’s one of the top podcasters and a documentary filmmaker who directed, ‘Winning: The Racing Life of Paul Newman’ among others.” 

In the podcast, Barber and Carolla discuss the racing career of Paul Newman, who frequently raced at Lime Rock Park, along with the possibility of Carolla racing at Lime Rock Park’s upcoming Memorial Day Classic featuring Trans Am. Carolla, who owns more cars raced by Newman than anyone else in the world, raced in a 2017 Trans Am event.

Upcoming Driven With Skip Barber podcasts will feature racing author and podcaster Marshall Pruett as well as Scott Atherton, president and COO of the International Motor Sports Association (IMSA). 
For more information and to listen to the podcast, visit www.drivenwithskipbarber.com.

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