Also, the Parked Up boys talk racing numbers and speak to a few of the big names in the paddock about why they race (or raced) with various numbers.
Tony and Grant dive into the world of national-level racing classes and access the health and state of the support acts that you see at major events around Australia
Troy Bundy – 24 minutes
Six months out of the Supercars scene, we catch up with former team owner Phil Munday to talk about his departure from the sport, the angst that COVID-19 caused and what he plans to do one and off track in 2021.
Grant and Tony also dive into the latest motorsport news, including Lewis Hamilton’s stunning seventh world title and the hot gossip inside the Supercars paddock.
The silly season is here, and the 2020 version is an absolute beauty! Tony D and Grant look at what’s locked in for the 2021 Supercars season, what is probable and what still needs to be sorted.
We also catch up on the latest news, including the axing of the Adelaide 500 and the confirmation of the 2021 TCR Australia calendar.
Silly Season discussion – 33 minutes
From standing on top of Mount Panorama, direct to a 14 day quarantine in New Zealand, we speak to Bathurst 1000 champ Shane van Gisbergen about his amazing mountain victory and what he has been doing to entertain himself in his hotel room … Plus we take a deep dive into the huge DJR and Team Penske news that unfolded over the weekend.
Shane van Gisbergen – 28 minutes
Lee Holdsworth and Scott Pye join the boys for episode 25 of Parked Up,
powered by RaceFuels. After four straight weeks of racing, Tony and
Grant grabbed Lee and Scott to talk about life on the road, their
upswing and results and their thoughts on a fraught fight to the end of
a landmark Supercars season. We also catch up with TCR Australia driver
Dylan O’Keeffe on the eve of his WTCR debut in Zolder where he will
drive a Renault Megane in the FIA world touring car series opener.
Dylan O’Keeffe: 23 minutes
Scott Pye: 28 minutes
Lee Holdsworth: 49 minutes
Pit lane legend Mark Larkham joins us for Episode 24 of Parked Up, powered by RaceFuels. Your hosts Tony D’Alberto and Grant Rowley also delve into the latest news, thanks to MotorsportWebsites.com.au, plus speak to a number of leading industry stars about their first road cars and reveal some funny stories.
Mark Larkham – 36 minutes
Supercars leader Scott McLaughlin joins the Parked Up crew in Episode 23
to discuss his dominance in the Supercars Championship, his desire to
win title #3 and how close he really is to securing an IndyCar seat.
Also, we talk about the best corners in Australian motorsport – from
Bathurst to the Boobs at Winton, we get the opinion of some of
Australia’s best race drivers, and the fans.
Plus, we reveal a new Parked Up sponsor and much more!
Scott McLaughlin interview – 40 min
Kiwi king Greg Murphy pops in to talk about his COVID-19 experience,
watching Supercars from afar and the future aspirations of his
We also discuss the first leg of the double Darwin Supercars events, the
controversies and grab Michael Caruso on the phone.
All of that and a bunch more in episode 22 of Parked Up, powered by
Media star Emma Notarfrancesco and Supercars team owner Kim Jones pop in
for a chat for episode 21 of Parked Up, powered by RaceFuels.
30 min – Emma Notarfrancesco
48 min – Kim Jones
Motorsport nicknames, and a catch-up with Dean Canto, highlights Episode
20 of Parked Up, powered by RaceFuels.
Love them or hate them, nicknames are part of Australia’s language, and
most of Australia’s top drivers have names that some of you know, and
some of you may not.
We also catch up with Dean Canto. The two-time Super2 champion talks on
a bunch of topics, including his younger years, his rise and fall in the
Supercars Championship and a long-standing deal with Tickford Racing.
And of course, all of your regular news and views from the world of
motorsport, plus we catch up with a young karter in our latest episode
of ‘We spoke to them before they are famous!’
Nicknames – 19 min
Dean Canto – 38 min
Aiva Anagnostiadis – 1h06m
The guests on Parked Up don’t come much bigger than Episode 19, as we
are joined by iconic Australian sports media man Mark Beretta to talk
about the return of motorsport to the screens of Seven. We also grab
journalist Paul Gover for a chat about his new racing website, his
career and everything in between.
Mark Beretta – 21 minutes
Paul Gover – 53 minutes
Episode 18 of Parked Up is out and its angry! This week, we speak to
Jessica Dane about her Triple Eight Supercars team and a new role as a
pit reporter. Also, Paul Morris jumps on the line to talk car clubs,
young drivers and the possibility of restarting his own race team.
28 min – Jessica Dane
56 min – Paul Morris
Plus we giveaway more cool merchandise, and you can get involved too via
the Parked Up Podcast Facebook page.Follow for your chance to
contribute, and you might even win a prize!
We’ve gone large for Episode 17 of Parked Up, powered by RaceFuels. We
speak to Supercars’ greatest of all time – Jamie Whincup. Seven
championships, four Bathurst 1000s and a trophy cabinet that needs its
own postcode. He is the undisputed GOAT of Australian motorsport, and we
ask him all things COVID, Supercars, Sydney and more.
We also speak to another GOAT, but this one likes to hang off fences and
take photos of fast cars. His name is Daniel Kalisz, renowned motorsport
photographer, and like Whincup, the best in the business.
We also grab young karter Bradley Majman for our segment eloquently
titled ‘We spoke to them before they are famous.’
Also, plus and of course, your Facebook feedback and giveaways!
15m – Jamie Whincup
39m – Daniel Kalisz
59m – Bradley Majman
Episode 16 of Parked Up, powered by Race Fuels, delivers the news in
real time! With the Vic/NSW borders on the brink of closure, we speak to
the Supercars teams, drivers and personnel that are making the mad dash
to flee the state and ensure the sport continues to spin its wheels.
Also, we speak to Supercars Media presenter Briony Ingerson, based in
Sydney, who gives us her view of the situation – plus a couple of
classic Tony D stories!
Plus some F1 chat, Aussies overseas and a bunch more. This is worth your
Episode 15 of Parked Up, powered by RaceFuels, has landed, and there’s
real race car racing to talk about! Our Sydney Supercars review, a bunch
of news and some cool chats to satisfy your motorsport thirst.
In this episode, we speak with star Tickford Racing driver Cameron
Waters and Australian commentary king Greg Rust.
27 min – Cameron Waters
42 min – Greg Rust
Don’t fear, Episode 14 of Parked Up is here! News, views, Sydney
Supercars preview, giveaways and all of the regular stuff you need while
we are Parked Up, powered by RaceFuels.
In this episode, we speak with Supercars commentator Riana Crehan, as
well as former Supercars drivers and all-round nice guy Taz Douglas.
Also, we introduce a new segment called ‘We spoke to them before they
19 min – Riana Crehan
37 min – Taz Douglas
1h 16m – Louis Sharp
British TV personality and rally star Catie Munnings headlines Episode
13 of Parked Up, Powered by RaceFuels – over an hour of stuff your
ears need to hear!
Munnings, the former star of kids program Catie’s Amazing Machines talks
to us about her TV career and her rally future.
We also speak to former Bathurst 1000 winner Nick Percat who talks past,
present and future.
Plus, at no extra charge, all of the news and views from the Australian
10 min – News and Views
30 min – Catie Munnings
48 min – Nick Percat
In Episode 12 of Parked Up, powered by RaceFuels, hosts Tony D’Alberto
and Grant Rowley speak to Supertcars star Fabian Coulthard and Michelin
Australia tyre man Trevor Sheumack.
Plus giveaways a pile more news and views!
Episode 11 of Parked Up is your weekly podcast fix, speaking with stars
of Australian motorsport during the coronavirus pandemic!
Parked Up hosts Tony D’Alberto and Grant Rowley speak to S5000 driver
James Golding and TCR Australia team owner David Wall.
They also confirm a brand-new sponsor for the podcast – Race Fuels!
Plus Tony’s eating challenge, giveaways a pile more news and views!
Episode 10 of Parked Up is jammed full of news, views and potential
Parked Up hosts Tony D’Alberto and Grant Rowley speak to Winton Motor
Raceway General Manager Jeff Grech who delivered some huge news
regarding the future of the circuit.
They also catch up with Renault TCR Australia driver Dylan O’Keeffe, as
well as Motorsport.com journalist Andrew van Leeuwen.
Also, a new segment called ‘Will Tony eat it?’ – It’s a food eating
challenge that will test every ounce of Tony’s mental strength!
13m – Will Tony eat it?
17m – Jeff Grech
37m – Dylan O’Keeffe
51m – Andrew van Leeuwen
Episode 9 of Parked Up is up and it’s loaded full of tasty interviews to
get you through the crazy world we live in.
This week, Honda TCR Australia driver Tony D’Alberto and ARG’s Grant
Rowley speak to two-time Australian Touring Car Champion Glenn Seton,
Bathurst 1000 winner Jason Bargwanna and legendary motorsport media
identity Mark Fogarty.
19 min – Glenn Seton
42 min – Jason Bargwanna
1 h 08 min – Mark Fogarty
In this week’s episode of Parked Up, we speak to three Big Ms – James
Moffat, George Miedecke and Brett ‘Crusher’ Murray of Speedcafe.com
As always, the episode is loaded with news – Moffat reveals a
still-born plan that would have seen him drive overseas, Miedecke
reveals a new racing project and Crusher tells us about a new
competition on his news website.
And it’s Mother’s Day, so we celebrate the great women in our lives and
around the world.
13m – James Moffat
37m – George Miedecke
1h08m – Brett Murray
In Episode 7 of Parked Up, Grant Rowley and Tony D’Alberto speak with
Tim Slade – Supercars endurance driver, Le Mans hopeful and potential
TCR Australia driver, plus the busy men at Simworx Simulators and one of
the friendliest faces in pit lane, Richard Craill.
Plus, ‘Our Trash, Your Treasure’ winner announced, and a new prize up
12m – Tim Slade, DJR Team Penske endurance driver
29m – Jack and Liam Klaver, Simworx Simulators
48m – Richard Craill, all-round Australian motorsport media man
In Episode 6 of Parked Up, Grant Rowley and Tony D’Alberto speak with
three females involved involved in various roles in the sport – former
Australian Rally champion Molly Taylor, Honda Australia PR manager Naomi
Rebeschini and one of Australia’s best and most versatile race drivers,
D’Alberto also revealed a very special piece of news that has brought a
big smile to his face.
Plus, the introduction of a new weekly give away – Our Trash, Your
16m – Molly Taylor, 2017 Australian Rally Champion and TCR Australia
28m – Naomi Rebeschini, Honda Australia PR manager
47m – Leanne Tander, Australian Formula Ford champion and TCR
In Episode 5 of Parked Up, Grant Rowley and Tony D’Alberto reminisce on
Australian motorsport’s most famous name and number – Peter Brock and
his 05. They also review the third round of the carsales ARG eSport Cup.
To pass the time while Parked Up, they called 1980 Formula 1 World
Champion Alan Jones, followed by driver, broadcaster and car restorer
Jack Perkins, as well as Bathurst and touring car ace John Bowe..
18m – Alan Jones, 1980 Formula 1 World Champion
30m – Jack Perkins, driver and broadcaster
44m – John Bowe, 2 x Bathurst 1000 winner, 1995 Australian Touring Car
In Episode 4 of Parked Up, Grant Rowley and Tony D’Alberto review the
second round of the carsales ARG eSport Cup and speak with commentator
and motorsport historian Aaron Noonan. They also grab S5000 driver
Thomas Randle and Motorsport Australia’s CEO Eugene Arocca, who reveals
a series of initiatives that the governing body is putting in place to
get the sport through the current coronavirus pandemic.
9m – Aaron Noonan, motorsport commentator, publisher and historian
28m – Thomas Randle, S5000 and Supercars driver
40m – Eugene Arocca, Motorsport Australia CEO
In Episode 3 of Parked Up, Grant Rowley and Tony D’Alberto talk about an
interesting, yet glitchy start to the carsales ARG eSport Cup. They also
grab TV star and racer Grant Denyer for a chat, Renato Loberto talks
about his new COVID-19 initiative and TCR Australia champion Will Brown
jumps on the phone to discuss how he is dealing with the new world.
13m – Grant Denyer, Television star and race car driver
24m – Renato Loberto, Founder of Race Against COVID-19
37m – Will Brown, TCR Australia Series champion
In Episode 2 of Parked Up, Grant Rowley and Tony D’Alberto speak with
three-times Bathurst 1000 champion Garth Tander, second-generation star
Steven Johnson and the editor-in-chief of carsales Mike Sinclair.
D’Alberto and Tander talk about a couple of on-track clashes that they
have endured, while Steven lays down the challenge to his son Jett for
the ARG eSport Cup.
12m – Garth Tander, Audi TCR driver
28m – Steven Johnson, Touring Car Masters driver
44m – Mike Sinclair, editor in chief at carsales.com.au 
The red flag is out, but the race must go on! Welcome to Parked Up,
hosted by media man Grant Rowley and Australian racing star Tony
D’Alberto. In the first episode, Parked Up checks in with Michael
Caruso, Barry Rogers and ARG CEO Matt Braid