The RaceCoin Podcast - race anyone anywhere anytime

Each week we’ll be talking to personalities from the world of motorsport – across all categories, ages and standings. You’ll hear about the exciting world of motorsport from the inside, learn about how young racers are making it up the motorsport ladder and how more experienced ones have succeeded. The personal stories behind a racing career and much more – that’s the RaceCoin podcast.

#5: Mike Guasch – CEO and Gentleman’s Driver

Recently he released a documentary called The Gentlemen’s Driver, where he describes the discipline it takes to create over 20 business with 10 failed ones, from coming dead last in his 20’s he’s managed to climb your way to 1st place in Le Mans in 2016. Real focus.


#4: Marvin Dienst – You have no control over your mind

Marvin shares the moments that changed his life at Mclaren aged 13 and how that has led to his victories on the track. He’s able to really dig in, to share real truths about his life about how he overcomes his own personal challenges and handles the pressure of everything. Lastly, he talks about his idol Alex Zanardi who crashed and lost both his legs yet went on to win numerous races in many different sports.


#3: James Allen – How to train to become a racing driver

James talks about how he got into racing and came 5th in his debut race in Le Mans. He digs into what sort of qualities someone should look for when trying to find a team and continues to train hard in pursuit of living his dream.


#2: Niclas Jonsson – From 9 months living in a rental car to living his dream as a professional racer

Having been in the racing industry for 46 years, he is a true veteran in the game. Now whilst still competition at the highest level, he is teaching others the ropes about what it really takes and improving others to hit their potential.


#1: Joseph Gase – How racing is about more than driving

Joey has been a racer since he was a kid and learnt the art of balancing the pressure of life and racing. As a professional racer in Daytona 500 he shares his journey, of how he became an advocate for organ donation and his lessons.