Sebastien Bourdais


VIDEO: St. Petersburg Friday report with Sebastien Bourdais

It’s the first Hamburger & French Fry show of the 2022 IndyCar season as Sebastien Bourdais joins RACER’s Marshall Pruett to break down what he saw on the opening day of practice at St. Petersburg and, at the end, we welcome in Seb’s upcoming replacement as the French Fry turns his attention to IMSA for the rest of the year.

VIDEO: Laguna Seca Sunday report with Sebastien Bourdais

The Firestone Grand Prix of Monterey is done. A.J. Foyt Racing’s Sebastien Bourdais fought from 21st to 14th, and he and RACER’s Marshall Pruett host their ‘Hamburger & French Fry Show’ to review the race and the Frenchman’s long afternoon of trying to move forward.

Q&A: St. Petersburg’s Sebastien Bourdais on next month’s Grand Prix, 2021 IndyCar season

ST. PETERSBURG — Sebastien Bourdais has had an eventful five months since the 2020 IndyCar Series season ended at the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. The 42-year-old St. Petersburg resident and two-time Grand Prix winner has been working with AJ Foyt Racing after extending last year’s partial ride into a full-time role, and he won the Twelve Hours of Sebring for the second time earlier this month.