Our team is full of inspiring individuals that have a passion for great motorsport. Boasting a lineup from a variety of websites and organizations around the web, our hosts and editors are dedicated to bringing you the latest and greatest in the motorsports we love.
The Slipstream Network is a collective of motorsports entertaining audio shows, insightful columns, and stunning photography that are published by a dedicated group of hardworking individuals that love racing. From electric to gasoline, open wheel to grand touring, we are dedicated to bringing our listeners fun and informative shows every week. Look for our shows on iTunes, Stitcher, and many other platforms of podcast aggregation.
Dusty founded Slipstream because of his undying love of motorsport. Growing up around local short track racing in Indiana, it wasn’t long before Formula 1 and the sports cars of Le Mans capture his attention. Today, Dusty’s focus is primarily on North American series such as the Verizon IndyCar Series, IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, and Pirelli World Challenge. For 2017, he hopes to follow global and national rally racing and dirt track racing more.
Currently serving as COO at the Motorsport Safety Foundation, Race Director for USF2000 and Pro Mazda under the Mazda Road to Indy banner and Race Director for FIA Formula E, Scot is a recognizable figure in the motorsports industry. With a large resume of experience in motorsports, Scot most recently served as Managing Director of Technical Regulations for IMSA and has also worked for Champ Car. When he get’s a spare moment, he helps lead great discussion on the Slipstream Podcast.
Katie is crazy. Crazy about coffee, crazy about Chihuahuas, and crazy about endurance racing. Katie has been to all of the NAEC, Daytona 2012, Sebring 2014, and more – yeah, she’s seen it all… Look for her Racing Line column to learn about her latest crazy racing adventures and why Porsche is so great. And whatever you do, don’t call Patrick Dempsey Dr. McDreamy.
Jon runs Puckstopper Photography with his father, Bill. Working towards fire fighting full time, Jon has played Junior A Hockey in three different countries, but the action and excitement of motor racing has kept him at the track. He’s been taking photos of fire fighting, hockey, and motorsports since his father handed him a camera a a young age and instructed, “Shoot as many photos as you want.”
Pete Has been working as a photographer for over ten years, covering just about every motorsport out there. He can usually be seen roaming the wilds of Road America whenever there’s a race on. He’s pretty easy to spot with that trademark straw hat on, and the fact that he towers over the rest of us by about a foot.
Vast and varied are Bill’s experiences, especially with fire fighting, photography, racing, and hockey. A member of Canon Professional Service and Conneticut Fire Photographers, Bill also serves as a photographer for the Bridgeport Sound Tigers and the Stamford Fire Department. Weekends spent at Lime Rock Park led to an interest in racing, even to the point of Bill serving as race official for some time. Bill enjoys the challenge of capturing the perfect shot, be it the eyes of a driver as he speeds by or the moment of impact of a hard crash.