The IndyCar & IMSA SportsCar Podcast

Welcome to At Speed with Michael Shank and Tim May presented by Rocky Fork Company. This is a podcast centering on the exploits of Meyer Shank Racing and branching into discussions about the IndyCar Series and IMSA sports car series in particular, and all auto racing in general. What makes this interesting is Shank, former driver turned full-time team owner in the late 1990s, has never shied from speaking his mind. And his relationship with May, who started covering motorsports in the early 1980s, goes back decades. Special thanks to Rocky Fork Company for making this podcast possible.


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Michael Shank

Michael Shank

Team Owner, Meyer Shank Racing
Michael Shank is the team owner of Meyer Shank Racing, which competes in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship with two Acura NSX GT3s and in the NTT IndyCar Series in the No. 60 AutoNation/SiriusXM Honda.
Tim May

Tim May

Auto Racing Reporter
Tim May has covered a lot of sports in 42 years with the Columbus Dispatch, but what he considered to be his second major beat after Ohio State football was auto racing, primarily IndyCar. He’s proud of having covered every Indianapolis 500 since Danny Sullivan’s spin and win in 1985.

Rocky Fork Company

Rocky Fork Company is the presenting sponsor of the At Speed Podcast. Rocky Fork Company has been linked to Meyer Shank Racing for several years, coming onboard the team in 2010 as part of the MSR’s first IndyCar initiative. Rocky Fork Company has been providing landscaping and fencing to Central Ohio residents and commercial properties since 1991. 

Meyer Shank Racing


2019 IMSA GTD champions, Meyer Shank Racing is in its third decade of racing. MSR has racked up wins in the biggest races in the sport including the 2012 Rolex 24-Hours of Daytona and scored the first ever win in North America for the AcuraNSX GT3 at the Detroit Grand Prix in 2017. 


A new, multi-year, sponsorship will see MSR expand it’s NTT INDYCAR program to a full season campaign starting in 2020. The Ohio-based team will also continue to work with longstanding manufacturer, Honda. The No. 60 AutoNation / SiriusXM Honda IndyCar is driven by Jack Harvey.