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Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds
F1 News From The Nerds - The Final News Show of 2022

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 34:00


On this years final episode of 'News from the Nerds' - James is joined by Abby, Bridge and Sam as they cover the top five news stories from the past week, including: Binotto is out, what's next for Ferrari? Ferrari confirmed the departure of Team Principal Mattia Binotto from the team leaving the team principal seat empty heading into 2023. With the likes of Frederik Vasseur and even Christian Horner's name being thrown in the ring, who will replace Binotto? And what do they have to do to keep Ferrari going forward? https://www.formulanerds.com/news/mattia-binotto-resigns-as-ferraris-f1-team-principal/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/ferrari-legend-ross-brawn-set-to-make-a-sensational-comeback/ Ricciardo's heading home, but should he have ever left? Daniel Ricciardo is going back to Red Bull as their third driver following his exit from McLaren after some lacklustre performances. Zak Brown believes Red Bull is the best option for Ricciardo, while Max Verstappen feels Ricciardo should never have left. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/verstappen-ricciardo-should-never-have-left-red-bull/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/brown-red-bull-gives-ricciardo-best-option-for-quick-f1-comeback/ The future is bright for Aston Martin: Aston Martin revealed the plans for their new £200 million factory, which includes three different buildings spanning 37,000-square metres. The team believe this new factory will be world-class and Sergio Perez, who raced for them when the team was formerly Racing Point, feels Aston Martin could battle at the front of the grid in 2023. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/f1latestnews/perez-aston-martin-will-be-fighting-at-the-front-in-2023/ https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/inside-aston-martins-new-200m-game-changer-f1-factory/10405812/ Lazy Alonso: Fernando Alonso is leaving Alpine for 2023 and after his critiques about Esteban Ocon, the Frenchman has complained about the amount of work Alonso did at Alpine, claiming it was only 2%. Was Alonso really that lazy or were there tactical motives behind it? https://www.formulanerds.com/news/esteban-ocon-alonso-did-2-of-the-work-at-alpine/ New looks for F2, F3 and Formula E: Heading into the Gen3 Era, Formula E have rebranded with a new logo, causing a stir on social media. McLaren's Formula E team have also confirmed their second driver who is making the move from F2. In the feeder series, there have also been more driver announcements and a new team partnership with PHM Racing by Charouz. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/breaking-charouz-racing-becomes-phm-racing-for-2023/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/phm-racing-by-charouz-announces-f2-lineup/ https://twitter.com/Formula_Nerds/status/1597171776852619264?s=20&t=WcU3GbHW2s67Pm4bMN114g -- Keep up to date with all the latest Formula 1 News @ www.formulanerds.com -- Follow Us: Facebook - www.Facebook.com/FormulaNerds Twitter - www.twitter.com/Formula_Nerds Instagram www.instagram.com/FormulaNerds -- For Advertising & Sponsorship Opportunities:- Email Business@FormulaNerds.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Ask Noah Show
Episode 314: Ask Noah Show 314

Ask Noah Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 55:39


This is the second week of our storage round table. Join the crew as they talk storage, configuration, and considerations. If you missed part one, make sure to check out https://podcast.asknoahshow.com/313. -- During The Show -- 01:41 Steve's Script Problem Thank You Thank You for all the feedback! Bash and set +x/-x 04:28 Altispeed Runbooks - Kevin ITIL Definition (https://www.techtarget.com/searchnetworking/definition/run-book) Read the Docs Runbooks (https://runbook.readthedocs.io/en/stable/) Started with non technical things Its a manual process Altispeed's Git Hub (https://gitlab.com/altispeed) 07:48 What To Do With Repurposed Hardware? - Emmanuel Old hardware is not power efficient Point of Presence Server Backup Server Lab gopher(https://labgopher.com/) 11:50 Should I Reuse Old HDDs? - Ebal Use Mirrored Zvols Back Up 14:11 Measuring Internet Speed - Keith Don't use speedtest.net Speed of Me (https://speedof.me/) Test My Net (https://testmy.net/) 17:15 ZFS Drive Health - Sleuth ZFS can be setup to alert L2arc failure is not a huge problem ZIL should not get big 21:40 News Wire Coreboot Joins OSFF Phoronix (https://www.phoronix.com/news/Coreboot-Open-Source-Firmware) Linux Foundation Partnership HPC Wire (https://www.hpcwire.com/off-the-wire/linux-foundation-announces-partnership-with-rancher-government-solutions/) openSUSE and Older 64 Bit Processors Open Suse (https://news.opensuse.org/2022/11/28/tw-to-roll-out-mitigation-plan-advance-microarchitecture/) Orange Pi's Arch Future Its Foss (https://news.itsfoss.com/orange-pi-os-arch/) Wine 7.22 Gaming On Linux (https://www.gamingonlinux.com/2022/11/wine-722-out-now-with-more-32bit-on-64bit-work/) Stratis 3.4 Phoronix (https://www.phoronix.com/news/Stratis-3.4-Released) LibreOffice 7.4.3 9 to 5 Linux (https://9to5linux.com/libreoffice-7-4-3-open-source-office-suite-released-with-100-bug-fixes-download-now) QT Creator 9 9 to 5 Linux (https://9to5linux.com/qt-creator-9-released-with-experimental-squish-support-c-and-qml-improvements) Proton 7.0-5 Neo Win (https://www.neowin.net/news/valves-proton-70-5-release-brings-support-for-14-more-games-to-linux-and-steamos/) Alpine 3.17 Alpine Linux (https://alpinelinux.org/posts/Alpine-3.17.0-released.html) Tails 5.7 9 to 5 Linux (https://9to5linux.com/debian-based-tails-5-7-anonymous-os-adds-new-metadata-cleaner-tool-latest-tor-updates) ClamAV 1.0 LTS ClamAV (https://blog.clamav.net/2022/11/clamav-100-lts-released.html) KataOS Available Open Source For U (https://www.opensourceforu.com/2022/11/secure-ml-operating-system-kataos-is-now-open-source/) Stable Diffusion 2.0 Open Source For U (https://www.opensourceforu.com/2022/11/stable-diffusion-2-0-is-now-available-as-open-source-software/) 23:02 Storage Round Table Part 2 Round Table Guests Kenny from Altispeed Peter from Altispeed Steve Ovens from Red Hat & ANS Patrick from Springs Church Cohesity failure 45 Drives Less Money Better Support ZFS 45 Drives Scripts (https://github.com/45Drives/scripts) 45 Drives Cockpit Modules (https://github.com/45Drives?q=cockpit&type=all&language=&sort=) Setup Raid Z Configuration for your use case How important is your data L2arc & ZIL JBOD and Mac Setting up accounts/access control Have a data pipeline Samba, NFS, SystemD Connecting servers Encryption Competing with Cloud Transfer Speed Spider Oak (https://spideroak.com/) GPG Encrypt Locally Don't use software RAID Use a kernel with ZFS baked in -- The Extra Credit Section -- For links to the articles and material referenced in this week's episode check out this week's page from our podcast dashboard! This Episode's Podcast Dashboard (http://podcast.asknoahshow.com/314) Phone Systems for Ask Noah provided by Voxtelesys (http://www.voxtelesys.com/asknoah) Join us in our dedicated chatroom #GeekLab:linuxdelta.com on Matrix (https://element.linuxdelta.com/#/room/#geeklab:linuxdelta.com) -- Stay In Touch -- Find all the resources for this show on the Ask Noah Dashboard Ask Noah Dashboard (http://www.asknoahshow.com) Need more help than a radio show can offer? Altispeed provides commercial IT services and they're excited to offer you a great deal for listening to the Ask Noah Show. Call today and ask about the discount for listeners of the Ask Noah Show! Altispeed Technologies (http://www.altispeed.com/) Contact Noah live [at] asknoahshow.com -- Twitter -- Noah - Kernellinux (https://twitter.com/kernellinux) Ask Noah Show (https://twitter.com/asknoahshow) Altispeed Technologies (https://twitter.com/altispeed)

Wine for Normal People
Ep 452: The Soave Region of Veneto, Italy

Wine for Normal People

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 42:53


This week's show is about one of the most famous white wines in Italy, the region's/wine's 1000 year history, and its recent comeback in quality and stature. The region? Soave (SWAH-vay) in Veneto, Italy. Map: Consorzio Tutela Vini Soave Located just east of the famed city of Verona (Romeo and Juliet, anyone?), in the foothills of the Lessini Mountains, Soave is a tiny region that packs a punch in reputation and in flavor. Made from one of the oldest known grapes in Italy, the Garganega grape, Soave's cheek coating, almond-flavored, floral, and sometimes waterfall-like notes creates a food friendly, crowd pleasing wine.  Although often maligned by the wine trade, who is woefully behind on this trend, Soave is one for us, normal wine lovers. Surely there is garbage to be had when the grapes are grown on the flats of the region, but on the ancient, steep, volcanic hillsides, worked meticulously by hand, the grapes farmed for these wines create outstanding examples of Italian white at its best. If you haven't had it, go and get an example from the producers we recommend (Gini, Inama, Pra, Pieropan, Suavia – you won't be sorry!) Here are the show notes... Soave is located east of Verona, at 45.45° N latitude It is a small region, with just 6,500 hectares (16,062 acres) planted, but those plantings give a lot of bang for the buck – recent figures show the region makes about 4.4 MM cases   Location, climate, land: The DOC is on a border between flat plains of the Po River Valley in the south and Alpine foothills in the north. Its main towns – Soave and Monteforte d'Alpone lie on the flats – but between them and north there is a large volcanic outcropping that rises up in steep slopes Climate: Because of its proximity to the river, the region is influenced by the mists of the Po Valleyduring harvest, which can produce conditions for mold and disease. The tough Garganega grape can resist disease, but it is still a threat to the vineyards. It can be hot on valley floors in the summer and quite cold in the spring and fall, so slopes are preferred for viticulture. Land: Soave is a series of hills and valleys formed by volcanic activity and the recession of a small sea, along with plate movement. Soils are a mixture but in general: WEST and CENTER AREAs: Calcareous, limestone soils Central-Eastern Areas: Volcanic/basalt based soils   Soave's rolling hills. Photo: Consorzio Tutela Vini Soave Grape varieties:  Garganega is one of oldest white grapes in Italy and represents 88% of plantings. It has grown in the hills of Soave for at least 1,000 years and is one of Italy's oldest varieties. Garganega can crop to high yields, with large bunches so when growers preferred quantity over quality in the 1960s and 1970s, the vine produced. But like all grapes, when overcropped and grown on fertile valleys, Gargenega has no flavor! Characteristics of Garganega: Flavors change based on soil type and winemaking. They range from steely, waterfall-like to peachy with white flowers, citrusy, and like apples. Good Garganega has acidity but a cheek-coating quality and a slightly bitter-almond finish. They are sometimes aged on the lees but not often oak aged, as it kills the freshness/acidity in the wine. The better Soaves are mostly 100% Garganega, but by law, the wine must have 70% Garganega with up to 30% of Trebbiano di Soave (Verdicchio, not crappy Trebbiano)) or, Chardonnay (traditionalists don't approve) with other non-aromatic, local grapes permitted in up to 5% of the blend. The Garganega Grape.. Photo from Consorzio Tutela Vini Soave   Trebbiano di Soave. An exception to some of the low quality Trebbiani, this is the same grape Verdicchio (often from Le Marche). It's a low yielding variety, ripens earlier than Garganega, and it's acidic, floral, and light. It used to be in more frequent use but its sensitivity to mold and rot, it has slowly been replaced by the more vigorous Garganega.     We go through the history, and over the theories of how Soave got its name: The name is from the writings of Dante Alighieri, devised during his exile in Verona. The name is from a Nordic tribe (Svevi) that once inhabited the area.  Or it could be from a Germanic tribe –the Lombards who set up the city of Soave in the 500s     Soave DOCs and their terroir… The Soave DOC and its two subzones (Soave Classico DOC and Soave Colli Scaligeri DOC) make 99.5% of the wine (the rest is sweet Recioto di Soave DOCG and Soave Superiore DOCG).  Most of the wine is dry, still, white wine. A small amount of sparkling is made. There are 33 "Unità Geografica Aggiuntiva” or Additional Geographical Units, similar to the MGA of Barolo and Barbaresco -- single vineyard sites.    Map: https://www.amaronetours.it/wines/soave There are various terroir in Soave, as we discuss earlier in the podcast:   The Hills Soave Classico and Soave Colli Scaligeri (KOH-lee ska-LEE-jah-ree) are in the mountains, as just described. The Colli Scaligeri form a horseshoe around Soave Classico and these are higher elevation areas mainly on limestone but with some basalt. The two areas are the high quality, traditional growing regions of Soave. Volcanic hillsides are in the central to eastern area of Lessini mountains (near Monteforte d'Alpone). These slopes go up to 500 M /328 feet, but slope can go from 10% to 80% grade! These wines can sometimes show a cinnamon note from the benzonoids in the wine. Limestone hillsides in the west (near Soave) have shallow, rocky subsoils. These wines are more variable since the calcareous content varies depending on the place on the hill. Tropical fruit, floral, apple, and citrus flavors are common.     The Plains The Soave DOC includes the flat floor of the three valleys, where the soils are deeper, rich in clay, and the climate is very hot in summer, and frosty in the “shoulder seasons” of spring (during budbreak) and fall (during harvest). This valley area includes all the expanded are discussed in the history review, and it is the reason why people have a bad idea about Soave, despite the fact that it is so historic and delicious when made in the right regions. Volcanic Plains are mainly in the Monteforte Valley, one of the most fertile areas of Soave. These plains are high in clay and volcanic sediment deposited from the hills above. These are simple wines. (Volcanic Park I mentioned is here) The limestone plain contains alluvial valley soils deposited from intense rain along Alpone valley and the foothills around Verona. These are rocky, sandy soils and the wines can be floral, simple, and often overcropped.     Soave Soil Map: https://www.amaronetours.it/wines/soave   The two DOCGs: Recioto di Soave, Soave Superiore These wines are often from the subzones but they are not required to be. They have their own zone of production that overlaps most of the Soave DOC. They must not contain more than 5% Chardonnay and must be at least 70% Garganega and up to 30% Trebbiano di Soave. Recioto di Soave DOCG can be still or sparkling wine. It is made from grapes dried on straw mats outside or in a controlled environment. They must be an minimum of 14% ABV and are an intense golden color, with apricot, floral, and vanilla notes. Soave Superiore DOCG, began with the 2002 vintage. These wines must have lower yields, more alcohol, and undergo longer ageing (they are not released until April versus February for the others).  These wines have a darker color, richer flavors, stronger floral notes, and are weightier. The issue: they aren't representative of the style of Soave, so a lot producers aren't using the DOCG. It's possible this will be the first DOCG that is rescinded – but stay tuned! Soave's hillside vineyards.. Photo from Consorzio Tutela Vini Soave Food Pairings: Soave is lovely with food because it has acidity and delicate aromas. Perfect pairings are simple risottos with parmesan cheese, seafood and vegetable pastas, and grilled white fish and seafood or chicken in herbal or citrus preparations.   Go out and get some Soave – it is AWESOME!! _______________________________________________________________ Thanks to our sponsors this week: Wine Spies uncovers incredible wines at unreal prices - on every type of wine in a variety of price points. It's not a club and there's no obligation to buy. Sign up for their daily email and buy what you want, when you want it. They have a build-a-case option, so you can mix and match wines while enjoying free shipping on every purchase. Visit www.winespies.com/normal you'll get $20 credit to use on your first order! Check them out today!   If you think our podcast is worth the price of a bottle or two of wine a year, please become a member of Patreon... you'll get even more great content, live interactions and classes!  www.patreon.com/winefornormalpeople   To register for an AWESOME, LIVE WFNP class with Elizabeth go to: www.winefornormalpeople.com/classes _______________________________________________________________ Sources: Most of the information for this show comes from Consorzio Tutela Vini Soave,  'Soave at the Crossroads' from Meininger's Wine Business Int'l Italian Wine Central -- Soave  

Beyond The Racing Line - Formula 1 Podcast
The Finale - The Abu Dhabi GP Review

Beyond The Racing Line - Formula 1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 56:45


2022 is in the books, but while it didn't realise the heights of 2021 you have to admire the pure talent that is Max Verstappen. Ferrari will think what if and the powerhouse of Mercedes will wonder if only. We said farewell to many. And while some were a shock and some overdue it was Seb who stole the show. A champion til the end and a legend of the sport. Could you see a return in the future? Ricciardo is back home, a 3rd driver seat to reset and refresh and although Rebull have said no to a 2024 drive, you can't help but think there is a sneaky chance. And post season tests are in full swing. Gasly looks right at homein the Alpine, Alonso hitthe ground running at Aston and Piastri settled into life in McLaren. Who was the biggest winner of all? All the plus Race Ranking, Race Review, Driver Votes, Dud of the Day, F1.5, Fantasy, Beyond the Bet, News, Gossip and Fan Frenzy mini pod on this week's episode of BTRL.

RSN Racing Pulse
Daniel Ganderton - rides Alpine Wolf in the Launceston Newmarket tonight

RSN Racing Pulse

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 10:09


Daniel Ganderton joins Racing Pulse to discuss his book of rides at Launceston tonight including Alpine Wolf in the Listed Newmarket Handicap Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Autoline Daily - Video
AD #3456 - Tesla to Redesign the Model 3; E-Fuels Will Not Save The ICE; Renault Toys with Return to U.S.

Autoline Daily - Video

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 10:29


- Tesla to Redesign the Model 3 - EU Demands IRA Fix - Hyundai Group Adds More U.S. Battery Plants - Stellantis Stiff Arms Its EU Dealers - New Nissan Serena Minivan in Japan - Renault Toys with Return to U.S.  - Chevrolet Unveils Handsome EV Sedan in China - Foreign Automakers Lose Ground in China - E-Fuels Will Not Save The ICE - Tesla FSD Beta Now Available to All North American Owners - Tesla Can Now Detect Autopilot Defeat Devices

Autoline Daily
AD #3456 - Tesla to Redesign the Model 3; E-Fuels Will Not Save The ICE; Renault Toys with Return to U.S.

Autoline Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 10:30


- Tesla to Redesign the Model 3- EU Demands IRA Fix- Hyundai Group Adds More U.S. Battery Plants- Stellantis Stiff Arms Its EU Dealers- New Nissan Serena Minivan in Japan- Renault Toys with Return to U.S. - Chevrolet Unveils Handsome EV Sedan in China- Foreign Automakers Lose Ground in China- E-Fuels Will Not Save The ICE- Tesla FSD Beta Now Available to All North American Owners- Tesla Can Now Detect Autopilot Defeat Devices

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds
2022 F1 Season Review & Quiz - Part 1

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 77:52


This week on the Cut to the Race Podcast, host Oli and his panel of Abby, Sam and James M tackle the first half of the 2022 season review. In this episode, it's the bottom seven teams from Constructors' Championship and their drivers. Who exceeded expectations, who failed to deliver, and what can we expect from their respective 2023s? Quiz '22 This week's quiz is all things 2022. How closely was the panel paying attention this season, as they try to count everything from drivers to retirements and list the calendar in order?  The battle for P4 An intense fight between the two was somewhat overshadowed by internal dysfunction. McLaren started terribly, but quickly recovered. Well, half their line-up did, at least… Alpine were quick from the get-go, but were plagued by poor reliability. Well, half their line-up was, at least… Personnel changes for next season will see shifts in team dynamic, but will they continue their fight for best of the rest? A tale of two teams Alfa Romeo and Aston Martin had divergent seasons yet converged at 55 points apiece. Alfa took a step forward, whilst Aston took a step back. Valtteri Bottas was a revelation Alfa, but how did his rookie teammate fare? A surprisingly slow start for Aston made way for a resurgent Sebastian Vettel, who provided his own summer surprise. Did Haas flatter to deceive? After an abysmal 2021 season, the only way was up for Haas. With Nikita Mazepin sacked during the off-season, Kevin Magnussen shocked and delighted in equal measure with P5 on his return to F1 at the season-opening Bahrain Grand Prix. Exciting early season form eventually tailed off, but Mick Schumacher remained costly for the team. KMAG dovetailed the campaign with feel good performances, whilst Schumacher peaked mid-year. That wasn't enough to save him, as Magnussen's old foe replaces Mick for 2023. Falls from grace Perhaps the teams most disappointed with 2022 will be AlphaTauri and Williams – though admittedly, that's to be expected as they finished P9 and P10. AlphaTauri ran Haas close, but Pierre Gasly was unable to extract as much from the car as he did in previous years. Yuki Tsunoda took a step forward, or so it seemed, but struggled after securing his future for 2023, when Gasly will enjoy pastures new. Can his replacement, Nyck de Vries, deliver on the promise of his Monza cameo? Williams might have provided that opportunity to De Vries, but it's Logan Sargeant who has benefitted from a changing of the guard there. He replaces Nicholas Latifi, whose season never really got going. He partners Alex Albon, who was a bright spot in an otherwise frustrating season that saw Williams fall back to the foot of the standings. -- Keep up to date with all the latest Formula 1 News @ www.formulanerds.com -- Follow Us: Facebook - www.Facebook.com/FormulaNerds Twitter - www.twitter.com/Formula_Nerds Instagram www.instagram.com/FormulaNerds -- For Advertising & Sponsorship Opportunities:- Email Business@FormulaNerds.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

PR Racing Sports
RUMORES EN LA FORMULA 1, VETTEL CON RED BULL, ALPINE PODRÍA DESAPARECER

PR Racing Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 15:49


HABLANDO ACELERAO, EN ESTE PODCAST TE PONDRAS AL DIA DE TODO LO QUE ESTÁ SUCEDIENDO EN LA FÓRMULA 1 Y MOTORSPORTS. BUSCA NUESTRA TIENDA www.prracingsports.com Contenido adicional www.patreon.com/prracingsports Anani www.ananipharma.com Anani instagram @ananipr #formulaone #formula1 #ferrarif1 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/prracingsports/support

Wilderness Locals
Alpine Pursuit - In The Know #5

Wilderness Locals

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 19:06


On this episode of In The Know, Ryley talks about our “rights” to access crown land and water in British Columbia. Ryley also touches on a recent attack against BC Conservation Officers regarding the euthanizing of problem black bears.  In The Know is presented by Alpine Pursuit, more than just an apparel company, 5% of all sales donated to conservation efforts right here in British Columbia via the BC Wildlife Federation. Support Alpine Pursuit, support BC's fish and wildlife. To learn more, check out the links below.   Feel free to reach Ryley directly with any feedback or to suggest a topic for a future episode.    Fight back against the anti-hunters! Get involved now! https://www.howlforwildlife.org/bcconservationofficers   https://www.alpinepursuitbc.com https://bcwf.bc.ca https://wildernesslocals.net   Email us at alpinepursuit.bc@gmail.com  

Wilderness Locals
Alpine Pursuit - In The Know #6 - Bill C-21

Wilderness Locals

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 9:02


On this episode of In The Know, Ryley quickly explains the most recent attack on law abiding firearms owners in Canada.  In The Know is presented by Alpine Pursuit, more than just an apparel company, 5% of all sales donated to conservation efforts right here in British Columbia via the BC Wildlife Federation. Support Alpine Pursuit, support BC's fish and wildlife. To learn more, check out the links below.   Find your MLA: https://www.leg.bc.ca/learn-about-us/members   Learn more about the recent C-21 amendment: https://firearmrights.ca/c21-amended-to-include-semi-auto-ban/   Our Links: https://www.alpinepursuitbc.com https://bcwf.bc.ca https://wildernesslocals.net   Email us at alpinepursuit.bc@gmail.com

Técnica Fórmula 1 · Podcast de F1
Episodio 608 · El análisis del GP de Abu Dabi (II)

Técnica Fórmula 1 · Podcast de F1

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 53:54


En el segundo episodio de la semana, tras haber analizado el fin de semana, el fin de temporada y todo lo que ha girado en torno a lo que harán los equipos ahora, los chicos del Podcast Técnica Fórmula 1 se centran, ahora sí, en analizar la carrera como tal. Una salida sin problemas. La salida de la carrera se saldó sin ningún incidente. Verstappen mantuvo, sin problemas, su posición mientras, por detrás, Leclerc, que salía 3º, luchaba por posición con Pérez. Sainz, que era cuarto, perdía la posición con Hamilton. Pero Hamilton se saltó la chicane de la curva 4, como el año pasado, y tuvo que devolver posición. A pesar de haber devuelto la posición, en la siguiente vuelta el británico pasaba a Sainz como un avión, pues parecía que el Ferrari tenía mucho menos ritmo. Un espejismo, pues en la vuelta 8 el madrileño recuperaba la 4ª posición y no la abandonaría hasta el final de la carrera. Hamilton, una vuelta más tarde, también perdía posición con su compañero: el primero parecía tener problemas en su coche con la potencia. De hecho, tuvo que abandonar la carrera a dos vueltas del final. Otra buena lucha de principio de carrera fue la de Vettel con Ocon. Alonso espiaba por detrás de ellos, pero finalmente tomó la decisión de no pasar al alemán. Diferentes estrategias en los equipos. Mientras tanto, Leclerc recortaba tiempo a Pérez, situándose en los dos segundos en la vuelta 14. Dos vueltas más tarde, el mexicano pasaba por boxes, siendo de los primeros en hacer su parada, quizás por estrategia pero, más posiblemente se debiera a que se estaba quedando sin gomas. Sainz paró en la vuelta 17. El madrileño optó por una estrategia a dos paradas, frente a su compañero, que fue a una parada. Por una vez, Ferrari acertó con la estrategia, dividiendo sus posibilidades entre los dos pilotos, y dando en el clavo con ambas. Una vuelta más tarde que Sainz paró Russell, pero en la salida del pit stop se equivocaron y cometieron un unsafer release, que sería penalizado con 5s. Por su parte, Lecerc y Verstappen pararon en las vueltas 21 y 20, y ya no pararían más, lo que permitió al monegasco quedarse con la segunda posición al final de la carrera. Segunda posición que le valió también la segunda posición en el Mundial. Excelente trabajo estratégico de Ferrari en esta carrera. Los veteranos se retiran. Sin embargo, el trabajo de estrategia de Aston Martin dejó bastante que desear, dejando a Vettel en pista hasta el giro 25 y luego montando duros usados. El alemán, en su última carrera, se quejó de lo que habían hecho en esa dirección, pues él mismo estuvo muy bien en cuanto a su trabajo, pero con una mala estrategia no pudo hacer más. Pero Vettel logró dos posiciones más de las que habría logrado por lógica. Y es que en la vuelta 28 vino el abandono, una vez más esta temporada, de Alonso. Y Hamilton, otro de los de su quinta, abandonaría a dos vueltas del final, como ya hemos dicho. El caso de Alonso y todo lo que ha padecido este año - con su compañero y con el coche - ha sido tan bochornoso que las imágenes lo han dicho todo: poco después de acabar la carrera se le veía cargando con las maletas desde Alpine hasta Aston Martin. Estrategia en los grandes equipos hasta el final. En esta fase de la carrera, Leclerc venía más rápido que Pérez, con mucho más ritmo, y estaba alcanzando al mexicano. Sin embargo, el de Red Bull volvió a psar por boxes en la vuelta 33. Una buena jugada estratégica del equipo austriaco. Pero en Ferrari mantuvieron a su piloto fuera: no sabemos si se arriesgaron a ver qué pasaba, si se adaptaron o si lo tenían planeado. Fuera lo que fuera, les funcionó. El mexicano luchó por llegar a Leclerc hasta el final de la carrera, pero no lo consiguió. Y es que, en la vuelta 45, Pérez pasó a Hamilton, pero el de Mercedes se la devolvió, haciéndole perder un tiempo precioso. ¿Fue quizás la venganza del británico un año después? Algunas consideraciones de cara al año próximo. En cualquier caso: la última carrera, sin ser de las más espectaculares de la temporada, fue entretenida y nos dejó a Leclerc y a Ferrari como segundos en ambos mundiales, lo cual nos llena de esperanza de cara a la próxima temporada: nadie hubiera imaginado la mejoría de Ferrari entre el año pasado y éste. Esperemos que hayan aprendido mucho también de cara al año próximo. Por otra parte, hay que alabar también el trabajo de Mercedes en esta última parte de la temporada, y sería posible que el año que viene la lucha fuera a 3 bandas, en lugar de lo que hemos visto este año. Es más, si consideramos que Red Bull tiene una penalización en desarrollo por haber superado el techo presupuestario, no sería descabellado decir que no tenemos ni idea, una vez más, de lo que puede ocurrir en 2023. ¡Y eso nos encanta! Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

Inside Tri Show
Valtellina Wine Trail: Fuelled by croissants, wine and fresh pasta

Inside Tri Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 46:16


Helen takes you behind the scenes at the Valtellina Wine Trail in Italy. From pre-race croissants, to wine tasting en route, fresh pasta at the finish line to gorgeous Alpine views, this is an event to go on your bucket list.Find out more about this week's episode:Valtellina Wine Trail InstagramValtellina Wine Trail websiteJoin Helen and sign up for the Erdinger 5K Your Way Challenge, 2023. Choose whether to join Team Nikki, Team lucy or Team Tom and help people affected by cancer to stay active. Get custom kit from PrescaPodcast SponsorsForm Swim and Presca Sportswear are sponsoring the podcast on a bi-weekly basis so you can hear the best interviews in triathlon each week. FORM Swim - 15% off smart swimming goggles. Presca Sportswear - Sustainable Sportswear. Get 15% off with the code insidetri15Like what you heard?Let me know! Connect with Inside Tri Show across Social Media, just search Inside Tri Show or click on the icons belowGET YOUR HANDS ON AN EXCLUSIVE EPISODE!Sign up to be a vino buddy or a training buddy on Patreon and get your hands on two patrons-only episodes a year. Or just support the show by buying Helen a coffee every month by becoming a coffee buddy Patreon of the Inside Tri Show.Listener DiscountsFor 15% Discount on FORM Swim goggles: https://www.formswim.com/pages/insidetrishowPresca Sportswear - 15 % off here with the code insidetri15 - valid until the end of march 2023Resilient Nutrition - Get 10% off here via this link.33 FuelYou can also get a discount at komfuel.co.uk with the code insidetriThis podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy

Impact Farming
(Replay) : Transition Planning Secrets of Success for Founders w/Elaine Froese

Impact Farming

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 50:09


This week on The Impact Farming Show we are rebroadcasting an episode on transition planning which features Canada's Farm Whisperer, Elaine Froese.  With over 30 years in the industry Elaine is know as the "go-to expert" for farm families who want better communication and conflict resolution to secure a successful farm transition. Elaine Froese is an award-winning author and coach.  You don't want to miss this episode. .............................. In this week's episode, “Transition Planning Secrets of Success for Founders,” Tracy interviews Elaine Froese about how the founding generation can successfully transition the farm to the next generation. Throughout the episode, Elaine shares the best of her wisdom from over forty years of helping families transition their farm to the next generation. Tracy and Elaine chat about common mistakes and best practices, and they highlight four big key questions that founders should be thinking about to transition the farm. Are you the founding generation of the farm? If so, you will not want to miss this episode and the wisdom that Elaine shares to get you started or unstuck on your farm transition journey. Are you a Gen 2 Successor? We have an episode just for you next week. In the meantime, we highly encourage you to tune into this week's episode so that both generations are on the same page when it comes to transition planning. Join us next week on The Impact Farming Show for our follow-up episode titled “Transition Planning Secrets of Success: Gen 2 Successors.” This episode focuses on key areas and actions that Gen 2 should be focused on to start these courageous conversations and move the needle forward on their dreams. ............................... SHOW RESOURCES Are you going through transition planning on your farm? If so, follow the links below to download Elaine's “Farm Family Toolkit” containing 19 tools that will help you communicate better and grow stronger on your farm! ............................... Thank You to our Show Sponsor:  Nachurs Alpine Solutions®   For over 70 years, Nachurs Alpine Solutions® has been the industry leader in NPK liquid fertilizer technology. We are proud to continue that tradition by introducing a new potassium-based fertilizer technology that is unique to both the ALPINE brand as well as the agriculture industry in general, and that is K-Tech ™ Learn more about Nachurs Alpine Solutions here. ...............................

Medyascope.tv Podcast
Formulascope #12: Sebastian Vettel'e veda - Max Verstappen Abu Dabi'yi de kazandı - Charles Leclerc şampiyona ikincisi

Medyascope.tv Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 39:46


Medyascope Spor'un yeni podcasti “Formulascope” 12. bölümü ile karşınızda!  Doğa Üründül, Muhammed Kaya ve Mete Ünal, Formulascope'un 12. bölümünde Formula 1'in 22. ve son yarışı olan Abu Dabi GP'yi, Sebastian Vettel'in son yarışını, Daniel Ricciardo'nun seneye Red Bull'da 3. pilot olarak yapacaklarını, Mick Schumacher ile Nicholas Latifi'nin 2023'te koltuk bulamamasını, Max Verstappen'in bu sezonki 15. galibiyetini, Charlec Leclerc'ün yarışı ikinci bitirerek şampiyona ikincliği ile sezonu noktalamasını ve Fernando Alonso'nun su sızdıran Alpine ile yarışı terk edişini konuştu.

Under Consoletation: The GamesMaster Retrospective Podcast
S06E13 - Virtua Fighter 3 / Alpine Surfer [feat. Mike Channell]

Under Consoletation: The GamesMaster Retrospective Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 120:31


It's a very special episode of GamesMaster as the Japanese import Tetsujin is flown in to take on 100 of the country's best Virtua Fighter players (or, in reality, 50 kids from Dom's mum's drama school who he plays twice) on the brand new Virtua Fighter 3. Meanwhile the 1996 Rear of the Year winner Tracey Shaw drops by to get pist off on Alpine Surfer.There's also a (sort of) review Fox Hunt on the PSX.But it's also a special episode of Under Consoletation, as we're joined by Outside Xbox's and Oxventure's Mike Channell! You can check out Mike's work here and here or follow him on Twitter here.Get next week's episode early on Patreon!Buy tickets for UCP Live 2.0 here.Join the GamesMaster conversation on Discord!Theme song by Other ChrisFollow Luke on TwitterFollow Ash on TwitterFollow Under Consoletation on TwitterFollow Under Consoletation on InstagramSend your thoughts to feedback@underconsoletation.comSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/underconsolepod. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Race F1 Podcast
Abu Dhabi test: Alonso makes Aston debut

The Race F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 33:55


Scott Mitchell-Malm and Edd Straw bring you all the news from the final day of on-track running for 2022 - including Fernando Alonso's first drive in an Aston Martin, Pierre Gasly's joy at driving an Alpine, Oscar Piastri's second official day at work at McLaren and Nico Hulkenberg's Haas debut. Come and see us live! For information on our first ever live show in London visit https://www.sportspodcastgroup.com/pod-live/the-race-f1/  Save 20% when you spend £60 or more at The Race Shop! Follow The Race on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook Check out our latest videos on YouTube Download our brand-new app on iOS or Android Click here to join The Race Members' Club and have the opportunity to ask a question on the show Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Apple WatchCast Podcast - A podcast dedicated to the Apple Watch

Apple's Emergency SOS Satellite feature launches, new Apple Watch apps from Spotify and Audible, future Apple chips may come from Arizona and features still coming to WatchOS 9 and Apple Watch. Plus reviews of several Apple Watch Faces, Ocean and Alpine band styles from Kiwi-Bands and Amazon dealers.

F1 Nation
15 for Max, Charles seals 2nd, Seb says goodbye – Abu Dhabi GP review

F1 Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 49:00


A dominant Max Verstappen win – in Abu Dhabi and in 2022 as a whole. The World Champion signed off in style, and behind him there's plenty to talk about. Tom Clarkson, Natalie Pinkham and Damon Hill round up the season finale and Verstappen's victory. Ferrari sealed 2nd in the Drivers' and Constructors' Championship, and test driver Marc Gene sets out the team's targets during the off-season. Otmar Szafnauer celebrates Alpine securing P4 in the Constructors' Championship and talks Gasly, Ocon and Alonso. At Mercedes, George Russell, Toto and Susie Wolff set their sights on a stronger 2023. We pay tribute to Sebastian Vettel at his final race and consider the future for F1's other outgoing drivers, Daniel Ricciardo, Nicholas Latifi, and Mick Schumacher. Alex Albon looks back at the 2022 season and the drivers' dinner in Abu Dhabi, plus we get an update on his golfing skills.   This episode is sponsored by: NordVPN: EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal at nordvpn.com/f1nation. Try it risk-free now with a 30-day money-back guarantee! Rocket Money: Get rid of useless subscriptions with Rocket Money now. Go to rocketmoney.com/NATION. Seriously, it could save you HUNDREDS per year.

Alpine, TX: Heart of the Big Bend
The Alpine Art Scene (Rebroadcast)

Alpine, TX: Heart of the Big Bend

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 25:07


In honor of this weekend's ArtWalk 2022, we are revisiting our conversation with Jan Moeller and Carol Fairlie of the Big Bend Arts Council!

Motorsport101
Episode #409: 2022 Formula 1 Brazilian Grand Prix Report

Motorsport101

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 61:44


It's Brazil. It's always Brazil when the shit hits the fan. And of course, this year was no exception. George Russell completely dominated the 2nd half of the weekend after crashing and parking his Mercedes in qualifying. No, seriously. Of course he took full advantage of the Sprint, to take down a surprisingly curtailed Max Verstappen who had to start on the medium tyre, the only man to do so. But George was untouchable in the race itself, only a late Safety Car giving Lewis Hamilton any sort of chance at the W. Speaking of, Red Bull just can't help themselves. Two major incidents involving their team. The first, another chapter in the book of Max vs Lewis, with Max trying to pass Lewis on the outside of Turn 1... only for them to collide at Turn 2 putting Max down the back with a 5-second time penalty to boot. Who's fault? Bad stewarding again? We discuss it. But the real gem here is Max Verstappen refusing to give Sergio Perez 6th place back on a team orders call... just because he could. And of course, if there's one thing mostly everyone in F1 hates, it's a team orders call. And of course, the drama and spill over since then. Note: We recorded this before Red Bull's... lying apology, but the sentiment still rings true about how silly this can be, and the warped power dynamics behind team orders in F1. ...Oh, and did we mention Kevin Magnussen qualified on pole? Because Kevin Magnussen qualified on pole! Alpine came back from a literal meltdown and may have 4th wrapped up! All that and more on a heaped Motorsport101!

Formula 1 on 1
Episode 52: The Formation Lap - 2022 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

Formula 1 on 1

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 39:21


It's the final race of the season and for the second season running, we have 2 drivers tied on points entering the finale... sort of! Charles LeClerc and Sergio Perez will battle it out for P2 in the Drivers' standings, so perhaps much ado about nothing! The remaining battles are in the constructors, where mathematically, every team besides Red Bull could move up or down based on the results of Sunday's race! What will happen in the final duel in the desert this weekend? Will McLaren produce a performance to overtake Alpine after a disastrous Sao Paulo Grand Prix? Will Mercedes steal P2 from Ferrari? Email: formula1on1pod@gmail.com Formula 1 on 1 Scoreboard: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1OkEe6V8DBjGimql7A2htBYVqMU4XXOB9GjFkK3hkp2c/edit?usp=sharing Intro and Outro music: Upbeat Rock Sport by Infraction: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zeNmhqbdbVM Hosted by: Sashwat Venkatesh and Justin Lischuk Edited by: Sashwat Venkatesh Show Cover Art by: Simi Situ

The Action Sports Podcast
Duncan Lee Alpine Assassins

The Action Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 50:48


"Fort Hall Casino jumped on board and sponsored the film one year!" The opportunity to do more of what we love doing is closer than ever! Today's guest hops on and we get to learn more about the good old days previous to social media and what they had to do as a brand to create the content we so easily have at our fingertips, let alone in our pockets! What an advantage we have living today and being able to accomplish so many amazing goals and dreams. Duncan Lee is a crusader looking to enjoy his passion for riding snowmobiles and mountain bikes as often as possible. As we dive into this episode we get a glimpse of his life and what struggles and successes he's had as an Alpine Assassin.Join The Action Sports Club at ASCARMY.COM/PODCAST so you too can land sponsors and spend more time riding.

Financial Sense(R) Newshour
Alpine Macro's David Abramson on Energy, Big Tech's 'Ten-Year Curse', and Getting Ready for More Volatility (Preview)

Financial Sense(R) Newshour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 1:59


Nov 15 – FS Insider speaks with David Abramson, Alpine Macro's Chief US Strategist and Director of Research, about his outlook for the energy sector, the broader commodity complex, and why big tech may now suffer a 'ten-year curse'...

Dave and Dujanovic
11/16/2022

Dave and Dujanovic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 106:33


9:05 - Split Congress It's beginning to look a lot like… divided government. Democrats have won the Senate and Republicans are a seat away from winning the House. We unpack what the GOP House will be focused on (Spoiler alert: investigations into President Biden) and what legislation might actually make it in the newly split Congress.   9:20 - Child Tax Credit/Markets Months ago, Senator Romney's “Family Security Act 2.0” stalled in Congress because Democrats disagreed with some key provisions. Does his proposed child tax credit have legs now that Republicans will likely have the House? What about Biden's agenda of free community college and Pre-K? Shane Stewart, DMBA Certified Financial Planner, discusses what will happen in the new Congress.   9:35 - Poland Missile/ABC News On Tuesday, a Russian-made missile killed two Polish persons on NATO soil.The Polish President called it an “unfortunate accident” and President Biden said it was unlikely the missile was fired from Russia. ABC News reporter Alex Presha calls in to discuss the threat level this “accident” poses for direct NATO involvement in the Ukraine war.    9:50 - Trump announcement To no one's surprise, former President Donald Trump has announced a third run for the Oval Office. We take a look at headlines around the country to gauge the national response. Ivanka Trump made a surprising statement on her future involvement in the campaign and others argue the now-Trumpist Republican party has weakened Trump's 2024 chances.    10:05 - 10:20 - Orem/Alpine The results are in, and Orem city will be sticking with Alpine School District after all. Alpine is the largest district in Utah with a whopping 82,000 students and cities ranging from American Fork to Cedar Hills. Orem Council PTA President Julie Walker explains why she is glad the measure to give Orem its own school district failed. Callers from Eagle Mountain and Orem give their own views.    10:35 - Home buyer incentives Home buyers could get incentives from some builders. The home buying market overall looks brighter, with 30 year mortgage rates dropping to 6.94% and 15 year rates dropping to 6.24%. Jed Nilson, President of Nilson Homes and 2023 President of Utah Association of Realtors, joins the show to give a great home buying tip--freezing your credit.  10:50 - Artemis Launch 3…2...1…Launch! The biggest rocket ever left Earth this morning. NASA's Artemis I is a test drive for later missions that will send satellites to space and a permanent base to the moon. Len Thomas, podcast host of Skywatcher Leo T, talks to us about why this mission matters to everyday Americans and whether this is a dry run for a base on Mars.    11:05 - Split congress Here's a hot take: GOP control of the House of Representatives is a blessing for President Biden. That's the opinion of Inside Sources host Boyd Matheson, who joins the show to discuss the gift of gridlock.    11:20 - Tech Layoffs hit hard Silicon Valley's labor force has just received a huge slash--More than 24,000 workers in 72 companies lost their jobs this month. That adds to a  total of 120,000 tech jobs lost this year" according to NPR. Justin Williams Director of Unemployment Division    11:35 - Setting boundaries with addiction 34 year old Aaron Carter passed away earlier this month after lifelong struggles with addiction and mental health concerns. The official cause of death has yet to be determined, though police reportedly found multiple cans of compressed air as well as bottles of prescription pills at the scene. Dr. Elizabeth Howell, Professor of Psychiatry at Huntsman Mental Health Institute, discusses the nuances of such a difficult topic.   11:50 - A shocking CA accident and a divided Congress There's going to be a divided Congress, and probably a new speaker. The GOP just nominated Kevin McCarthy as their speaker by a margin of 188-31. ABC News Reporter Alex Stone covers the breaking news of an SUV plowing into 22 police cadets in California. Rep Chris Stewart joins Dave and Debbie to talk about the split congress.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dave and Dujanovic
What does Orem need from the Alpine District to move forward?

Dave and Dujanovic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 18:23


The results are in, and Orem city will be sticking with Alpine School District after all. Alpine is the largest district in Utah with a whopping 82,000 students and cities ranging from American Fork to Cedar Hills. Orem Council PTA President Julie Walker explains why she is glad the measure to give Orem its own school district failed. Callers from Eagle Mountain and Orem give their own views. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Fan Behavior
Bonus Fan Club Episode: Brazilian GP Recap

Fan Behavior

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 91:27


Where do we even begin?! The Brazilian GP was one of the most exciting weekends of the F1 season, so of course, we HAD to do a recap episode for you all. Between KMag getting pole position, George getting his first win, and the SPICY radio messages, the weekend was chock full of drama. Oh yeah, and there was a sprint race too! Zoe and Hannah also discuss the awkward Red Bull team dynamic, Charles Leclerc entering his reputation era,  Mattia Binotto not hitting his KPIs, and why next season is going to be MORE stressful for Alpine.  Oh, and Max Verstappen's on the cover of GQ! 

The Avalanche Hour Podcast
7.5 Buried: The 1982 Alpine Meadows Avalanche

The Avalanche Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 99:41


In this episode, Caleb sits down with Jared Drake, Steven Siig, and Jim Plehn. Jared and Steve are co-producers and co-directors of the recently released documentary Buried: The 1982 Alpine Meadows Avalanche. Jim Plehn was an avalanche forecaster for Alpine Meadows Ski Resort during this time. We chat about some of the details of this tragic event including weather, terrain, snowpack, and human factors as well as details of the rescue and recovery efforts. We explore the importance of bringing more exposure to events like this in the hope to help community processing and healing as well as educating people to the risks associated with recreating in the mountains. I hope you enjoy this great conversation with Jared, Siig, and Jim. Music by Ketsa www.buriedfilm.com

Técnica Fórmula 1 · Podcast de F1
Episodio 604 · El análisis del GP de Brasil

Técnica Fórmula 1 · Podcast de F1

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 151:01


Penúltima carrera de la temporada y desde el Podcast Técnica Fórmula 1 se considera que es para estar de enhorabuena. La Fórmula 1, incluida la carrera sprint, dio un fin de semana espectacular en Brasil. El domingo, incluso, hubo nuevos ganadores en la categoría, con los Mercedes haciendo un doblete de ensueño para ellos. Y con un nuevo piloto ganador en la F1, George Russell. El próximo fin de semana termina este Campeonato, que a pesar de estar decidido no deja de engancharnos cada Gran Premio, y lo hace en Abu Dhabi, donde aún hay cosas en juego para algunos. El sueño de un gran fin de semana, cumplido. Las carreras, este año, están siendo, casi todas, divertidísimas, llenas de adelantamientos, maniobras espectaculares y polémicas. Y la de Brasil fue así: polémicas, sobre todo el sábado, en la sprint, mucha estrategia el domingo y pilotos fuera de posición que pudieron remontar. Es más, el sábado nos divertimos de lo lindo con un Haas haciendo la Pole y el público jaleando a Steiner. El viernes, la clasificación no pudo ser más divertida, sobre todo la Q3, con esas gotas de lluvia y la pole de Magnussen, que consiguió con una vuelta espectacular en el único intento que tuvieron los pilotos antes de que apareciera la lluvia. El lado malo de la balanza se fue para Ferrari (qué raro!), que montó intermedios en el coche de Leclerc antes de que la pista estuviera húmeda y su jugada, de equipo de final de tabla, dejó al piloto 10º en la salida. En cuanto al sábado, estuvo genial ver como, por una vez, los pilotos asumieron riesgos en esta carrera. Y nos encantó ver la victoria de Russell, doblegando al mismísimo Verstappen. Está claro que el comportamiento de las gomas medias pilló por sorpresa a Red Bull. Sainz, por su parte, hizo una gran remontada y se colocó 2º, entre los Mercedes, y su compañero hizo lo propio y fue 6º, tras los Red Bull. Lástima de la penalización para el madrileño por cambio de motor que le hizo pasar a la 7ª posición. En cuanto a el resto de equipos en esa carrera sprint, lo más notable, y lamentable, fueron las luchas ridículas y los toques entre los compañeros de equipo en Aston Martin y Alpine. Una carrera sorprendente. La carrera del domingo nos dio mucho espectáculo, empezando por una excelente salida de los Mercedes, especialmente la de Russell, como también fue muy buena la de Norris. Sin embargo, su compañero se llevó por delante, en la primera vuelta, a Magnussen, provocando el abandono de ambos y acabando con el sueño del poleman del viernes. También hubo toques en la vuelta 6, cuando cuando se produjo la resalida tras el coche de seguridad provocado por Ricciardo y Magnussen. En este caso fueron entre Verstappen y Hamilton, con sanción para el holandés, y entre Norris y Leclerc, con sanción para el británico. Mientras, Sainz con los blandos mostraba muy buen ritmo, algo que mantuvo toda la carrera. Parece que el de Ferrari he ha hecho a su montura y ahora está al mismo nivel, o mejor, que su compañero. Lo mismo ocurría con los Alpine, que en la vuelta 12 estaban ya a la puerta de los puntos. Pasaba ya de la vuelta 20 y casi todos los pilotos habían cambiado gomas, pero no así los Mercedes, que no pararían hasta las vueltas 25 (Russell) y 29 (Hamilton), con muy baja degradación y demostrando el que el equipo germano podría estar de vuelta a la senda de victorias. Una carrera muy estratégica. La carrera, aunque muy divertida, fue eminentemente estratégica, como demostró la temprana segunda parada de Sainz, intentando hacer el undercut a Pérez y Hamilton, cosa que le funcionó. Una muy buena estrategia de Ferrari, como fue la de Alpine, que paró a Alonso en la misma vuelta y que consiguió unos muy buenos dividendos. Tras ello, adelantamientos y luchas, como la que se vio de nuevo entre Norris y Leclerc y la mantuvieron, una vez más, Pérez y Hamilton. En la vuelta 52 el coche de Norris se quedó parado en pista, por problemas mecánicos. Priemro salió el VSC y luego el safety car, que marchó en la vuelta 60. Decisión lenta, una vez más, de dirección de carrera y, por otro lado, debacle en McLaren. Durante ese periodo, Sainz paró para montar medios y salió 4º, lo que le permitió luchar con Pérez y meterse en el podio tras la relanzada. Red Bull mantuvo a Pérez en pista, quien luego perdería muchas posiciones, acabando 7º, entre otras cosas por ceder posición a su compañero, que luego no se la devolvería… Polémicas radios entre Red Bull y Verstappen por esa cuestión que mencionamos, así como la de Leclerc pidiendo que Sainz le cediera la posición para ganar puntos sobre Pérez o la de Alpine avisando a Ocon de que no luchara con Alonso. Unas radios y situaciones que empañaron el final de carrera, con la priemra victoria de Russell en un Gran Premio, el doblete de Mercedes o el podio más que bien trabajando de Sainz. La evolución del Mundial. A falta de la última carrera, este fin de semana en Abu Dhabi, Leclerc ha vuelto a la 2ª posición, empatado a puntos con Sergio Pérez. Alonso, por su parte está a 5 puntos de Ocon, así como Russell está muy por delante de Hamilton (26 puntos, concretamente). En cuanto al Mundial de equipos, McLaren, tras el fiasco en Brasil, pocas opciones tiene ya a la 4ª posición del Campeonato, que se parece que se quedará Alpine. Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

F1 Nation
George wins! Are Mercedes back? Sao Paulo GP Review

F1 Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 62:48


An amazing first F1 win for Russell. Drama at Red Bull. Clashes at Alpine. History for Haas. The Sao Paulo GP weekend had everything! Tom Clarkson gets reaction from George and hears how staying calm kept him ahead of Lewis Hamilton. Then Tom, Damon Hill and Lawrence Barretto ask Mercedes engineering chief Andrew Shovlin the secrets of George Russell's first victory and whether the Silver Arrows can win again in Abu Dhabi? What's behind Red Bull's Team Radio drama and why did the World Champions fall behind Ferrari in Brazil? At Alpine, Team Principal Otmar Szafnauer gives a brutally honest review of the clashes between the team's drivers. Pierre Gasly explains why he'll be racing hard to the very end of 2022 with AlphaTauri, and Alex Albon reflects on a frustrating weekend for Williams. Plus, Haas are celebrating an historic weekend, but who'll be driving for the team next season? This episode is sponsored by: Athletic Greens: get a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase, just visit athleticgreens.com/f1nation LinkedIn Jobs:  find the qualified candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at linkedin.com/F1NATION. Terms and conditions apply. NordVPN: EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal at nordvpn.com/f1nation. Try it risk-free now with a 30-day money-back guarantee!

CaliFormula1  - F1 from an Average Joe.
George Russell, Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes put on a masterclass not just on the track, but showing F1 how teamwork…. well works.

CaliFormula1 - F1 from an Average Joe.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 34:44 Transcription Available


George Russell gets his maiden win while Max Verstappen draws the ire of F1 fans with his selfishness. Brazil gave us way more drama in one weekend thanks to some crazy infighting between teammatesMax Verstappen and Red Bull cant seem to get anything right, this time with Max selfishly denying his teammate Checo Perez a chance to move into second in the Drivers Championship.George Russell, Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes put on a masterclass not just on the track, but showing F1 how teamwork…. well works.Ferrari strikes back but Charles LeClerc has his own battle for 2nd now.Alpine also sees a row between Fernando Alonso and Esteban Ocon as both have mega drives.Lance Stroll almost wrecks Sebastian Vettel, Yuki gets lost, and McClaren gets a double……. DNFAll this and more Formula 1 talk!Instagram: @califormula1Twitter: @Formula1Caliwww.califormula1.com Mercedes | Lewis Hamilton, George Russell  Red Bull | Max Verstappen, Sergio Perez  McLaren | Daniel Ricciardo, Lando Norris  Aston Martin | Lance Stroll, Sebastian Vettel  Alpine | Esteban Ocon, Fernando Alonso  Ferrari | Carlos Sainz, Charles Leclerc  AlphaTauri | Pierre Gasly , Yuki Tsunoda  Alfa Romeo | Valtteri Bottas, Zhou Guanyu Haas | Mick Schumacher, Kevin Magnussen   Williams | Alex Albon, Nicholas Latifi 

Racingnews365.com F1 Podcast Global
How will Red Bull deal with Verstappen ignoring team orders?

Racingnews365.com F1 Podcast Global

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 33:26


George Russell took a fairy-tale debut F1 win in Sunday's Brazilian Grand Prix, dominating the afternoon to finish ahead of Lewis Hamilton and Carlos Sainz.But there was trouble brewing at Red Bull, where, after an uncharacteristically low-key weekend, Max Verstappen ignored team orders to let Sergio Perez through for sixth place, as the Mexican seeks to secure second spot in the Drivers' Championship.With Verstappen having very publicly disobeyed a direct order from team boss Christian Horner, how will Red Bull deal with the situation, and how does this change the previously friendly dynamic between Verstappen and Perez? Joining Michael Butterworth to discuss the key issues from the Mexico City Grand Prix weekend is Dieter Rencken, Editorial Director of RacingNews365.With Russell now having broken his F1 duck and remaining ahead of seven-time World Champion teammate Hamilton in the Drivers' standings, has the Briton showed himself to be a title winner in waiting?Further down the Constructors' Championship, who will win out in the battles between Alpine and McLaren for fifth, and Alfa Romeo and Aston Martin for seventh places?And as Formula 1 seeks to broaden its horizons and race at ever newer and shinier facilities, why do classic tracks like Interlagos continue to produce such good racing? All this and much more on this edition of the RacingNews365.com F1 podcast!

The Slipstream F1 Podcast
Episode 18: Brazilian GP Review + Mercedes is BACK + Red Bull Drama

The Slipstream F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 63:49


Wow. What an action packed weekend in Brazil for the second to last race in the 2022 Formula 1 season! In this week episode's the Slipstream Podcast breaks down the good the bad and the ugly from a wild week in Brazil including; a crazy qualifying seeing Kevin Magnussen secure his and Haas' first ever Formula 1 poles.  We also dig into the drama between Alpine teammates, the near plane crash between Lance Stroll and Sebastian Vettel and the sheer dominance from Mercedes this weekend which has been missing for all of 2022. And oh don't worry we also dig into the drama after the race between Red Bull racing teammates Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez after Max refused to help out his teammate by swapping places at the end of the race; "Don't ask me to do that again!".  Follow us on socials @theslipstreamf1pod . Thanks for tuning in! 

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds
Round 21 - The F1 São Paulo Grand Prix Review 2022

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 106:05


This week on the Cut to the Race podcast, Host Oli is joined by James M, Abby and Sam as the quartet dissect the Sao Paulo Grand Prix, held at the legendary Interlagos in Brazil + Oli plays quizmaster again as he tests the knowledge of the group. Will the trio fare as well as in previous weeks, or will they come up short this time? Arguably the race weekend of the season, each meaningful session provided action and surprises. From first-time pole-sitters to first time winners, there is simply no predicting what Interlagos might offer. Together, the panel discuss those highlights and major talking points. The action and subsequent surprises were helped with a sizeable side of drama, which will no doubt dominate headlines over the coming days and weeks. The third and final sprint weekend of the 2022 season, the festivities in Brazil were the best advert for the format that F1 has seen thus far. First, it produced the qualifying session of the year and perhaps the most popular pole position in recent memory. Changeable weather conditions caused chaos and confusion at Ferrari, George Russell set up his weekend perfectly by accident, and Haas acted quickly when it mattered most. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/a-red-flag-and-surprise-pole-position-in-the-sao-paulo-qualifying/ Then, tensions ran high between teammates at both Alpine and Aston Martin in the sprint, with penalties applied to guilty parties. Verstappen fell back whilst Hamilton surged through, and there was no shortage of quality wheel-to-wheel racing, and there was a small sign of things to come at Red Bull. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/sao-paulo-grand-prix-sprint-race-results/ The grand prix saw safety cars, diverging strategies and the Mercedes duo confirming their apparent renaissance. There was action throughout and drama aplenty. Verstappen and Hamilton came to blows again, Alpine grabbed the initiative in their battle with McLaren and fractures are starting to show at Red Bull. But the question is, how serious could the implications be? https://www.formulanerds.com/news/sao-paulo-grand-prix-race-results/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/perez-on-verstappen-it-shows-who-he-really-is/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/hamilton-you-know-how-it-is-with-max-as-pair-come-together-again/ -- Keep up to date with all the latest Formula 1 News @ www.formulanerds.com -- Follow Us: Facebook - www.Facebook.com/FormulaNerds Twitter - www.twitter.com/Formula_Nerds Instagram www.instagram.com/FormulaNerds -- For Advertising & Sponsorship Opportunities:- Email Business@FormulaNerds.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Where Am I To Go
Podcast #86-S3 - Marfa Holocaust & Model Ship Museum - Mar 24 2022

Where Am I To Go

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 89:51


The Marfa lights, also known as the Marfa ghost lights, have been observed near U.S. Route 67 on Mitchell Flat east of Marfa, Texas, in the United States. They have gained some fame as onlookers have attributed them to paranormal phenomena such as ghosts, UFOs, or will-o'-the-wisp. The Marfa Lights—or Marfa Mystery Lights, as some call them—are a top reason to visit Marfa, drawing visitors from around the globe for a chance to see these unexplained phenomena. Accounts of the strange spectacle just east of Marfa began during the 19th century and continue to this day. Ranchers, Native Americans, high school sweethearts, and famous meteorologists alike have reported seeing seemingly sourceless lights dance on the horizon southeast of town, an area that is nearly uninhabited and extremely difficult to traverse. The mystery lights are sometimes red, sometimes blue, sometimes white, and usually appear randomly throughout the night, no matter the season or the weather. While the source of the mystery lights is still a point of contention, the show goes on. By most reports, they are whimsical and friendly; other witnesses maintain that they are ever distant and aloof; and some sources claim they zoom across the plains at terrifying speed, only to whip back around and dissolve before hitting the dumbstruck viewer. The cynics will tell you that this so-called paranormal phenomenon is just the atmospheric reflections of cars and campfires at night. The mystics will tell you that's hooey. “What roads?” “Which campfires?” The truth is, we just don't know. Everyone agrees it's a mystery to be reckoned with. There's only one way to find out for yourself. Each year, we celebrate with a Marfa Lights Festival, one of the most popular annual events in Marfa, with live music, food, and a parade. You can see Marfa Lights pictures on the Marfa Lights website and can read more about the Marfa Lights in the news on our Marfa media coverage page. The official Marfa Lights Viewing Area is located 9 miles east of town on U.S. 90, towards Alpine. Bring an open mind and enjoy the great view! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/loren-alberts/message

Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats
Supper Club × Open Table LIVE SHOW

Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 65:58


In this supper club episode of Syntax, Wes and Scott recorded a live open table episode with guests calling in to talk about Wasm, building Riverside.fm, home networking, getting a job at Microsoft, Svelte and Sveltekit, htmx, and more! Auth0 - Sponsor Auth0 is the easiest way for developers to add authentication and secure their applications. They provides features like user management, multi-factor authentication, and you can even enable users to login with device biometrics with something like their fingerprint. Not to mention, Auth0 has SDKs for your favorite frameworks like React, Next.js, and Node/Express. Make sure to sign up for a free account and give Auth0 a try with the link below. https://a0.to/syntax Appwrite - Sponsor Appwrite is a self-hosted backend-as-a-service platform that provides developers with all the core APIs required to build any application. Get free cloud credits by signing up for early access to the Appwrite Cloud launch! Show Notes 00:30 Welcome 01:49 Safari aspect ratio bug 04:17 Thoughts on Vercel announcements? NextJS Conf 10:07 Gideon Riverside CTO Riverside.fm Careers 14:44 Do JS devs need to branch out? 16:52 Wasm Web Assembly (WASM) Rustlings 19:46 Sponsor: Auth0 21:03 Which company will Vercel aquire next? Guillermo Rauch Akamai Acquires Linode 27:12 Svelte Kit and Vercel 30:20 Why don't you terminate your own ethernet cables? 30:58 How does Fly.io compare to Vercel? Fly.io 31:36 Did Wes learn Vue? 32:10 Brad jumping on the Remix train Remix 34:18 Layout shift caused by images in Markdown 38:30 Maintaining home networking Ubiquiti 44:44 Taking a course lead to a job with Microsoft Soumya's YouTube - Geekysrm / website / Twitter 47:38 Sponsor: Appwrite 48:39 Are you still using your Synology NAS? Synology 53:53 Is Svelte ready for smaller team projects? Svelte Kit Wyze 56:03 HTMX htmx Alpine.js 01:49 Docker Wasm preview Introducing the Docker+Wasm Technical Preview WebAssembly System Interface Tweet us your tasty treats Scott's Instagram LevelUpTutorials Instagram Wes' Instagram Wes' Twitter Wes' Facebook Scott's Twitter Make sure to include @SyntaxFM in your tweets

Dave and Dujanovic
$595 Million Bond not to pass in Orem effecting split from Alpine District

Dave and Dujanovic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 8:26


Let's swing through Orem to see how that big push for a school district divorce is shaping up. Did Orem voters end the marriage to the Alpine District -- or did they decide to stay in it? Aimee Cobabe, KSL Newsradio Reporter joins the show with the latest. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Humans Outside
251: A Candid Chat on Healing War Trauma Outside With Our Very Own Veteran (Luke Bushatz, husband, veteran, Remedy Alpine co-founder)

Humans Outside

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 40:02


Military injuries and combat trauma are part of our origin story here at Humans Outside. It's why we started looking to nature for healing. It's why we moved to Alaska. And it's why we ended up spending at least 20 consecutive minutes outside every day, no matter what. The weeks around Veterans Day are the perfect time to talk about the power of getting outside to address war wounds and the weight of military service. But there's one thing we've never done: bring Luke on the show to talk about it himself. That seems really silly, so in this episode we fix that. Hear Luke Bushatz gives his own perspective on what he experienced serving in the U.S. Army, how heading outside helped him deal with it and what he's done about it since through his work with the veteran-focused nonprofit Remedy Alpine. This is an episode you don't want to miss. Connect with this episode: Learn about Remedy Alpine Join the Humans Outside Challenge Follow Humans Outside on Instagram Follow Humans Outside on Facebook Some of the good stuff: [3:06] Let's just make this awkward as quickly as possible [3:50] Luke's favorite outdoor space [5:01] How Luke became someone who likes to go outside [7:52] A view into Luke's war trauma [13:54] The moment Luke realized heading outside helped his war wounds [17:44] All about Remedy Alpine [21:48] Watching nature heal veterans [31:00] How Luke has seen nature help Amy [33:00] How we've seen nature help our kids [36:18] Luke's favorite outdoor gear isn't boring to him [38:00] Luke's favorite outdoor space

Living in the Sprawl: Southern California's Most Adventurous Podcast
EPISODE 78: OUR 10 FAVORITE NATIVE AMERICAN CASINO RESORTS TO BE FOUND IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

Living in the Sprawl: Southern California's Most Adventurous Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 21:12 Transcription Available


In this week's episode of Living in the Sprawl: Southern California's Most Adventurous Podcast, host Jon Steinberg shares his list of 10 Native American casinos to be found in Southern California. His list includes: Barona Valley Ranch in Lakeside, Agua Caliente in Rancho Mirage, Morongo in Cabazon, Pala in Pala, Harrah's in Valley Center, Chumash in Santa Ynez, Viejas in Alpine, Yaamava in Highland, Fantasy Springs in Indio and Pechanga in Temecula.Instagram: @livinginthesprawlpodcastEmail: livinginthesprawlpodcast@gmail.comWebsite: www.livinginthesprawlpodcast.comCheck out our favorite CBD gummy company...it helps us get better sleep and stay chill. Use code "SPRAWL" for 20% off.  https://www.justcbdstore.com?aff=645Check out Goldbelly for all your favorite US foods to satisfy those cravings or bring back some nostalgia. Our favorites include Junior's Chessecakes from New York, Lou Malnati's deep dish pizza from Chicago and a philly cheesesteak from Pat's. Use the link https://goldbelly.pxf.io/c/2974077/1032087/13451 to check out all of the options and let them know we sent you.Use code "SPRAWL" for (2) free meals and free delivery on your first Everytable subscription.Support the podcast and future exploration adventures. We are working on unique perks and will give you a shout out on the podcast to thank you for your contribution!Living in the Sprawl: Southern California's Most Adventurous Podcast is on Podfanhttps://www.buymeacoffee.com/sprawlSupport the show

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

➤ New 2024 electric Porsche Boxster spied for first time | Auto Express ➤ BYD prototype spotted in NJ ➤ BYD to Launch High-End Brand in Q1 2023 - Pandaily ➤ Taycan production anniversary - Porsche Newsroom ➤ How Formula E will shape Maserati's first passenger EV | TechCrunch ➤ 2023 Peugeot 408 on sale at £31,500, with EV and petrol options | Autocar ➤ 2023 Kia EV6 Base Price Rises to $49,795 after Base Model Dropped ➤ Lucid (LCID) earnings Q3 2022 ➤ Ford Exec Says Solid-State Batteries Won't Be Viable Before 2030 ➤ Renault launches Ampere electric car business unit and Geely ICE joint-venture | Auto Express ➤ Renault's Alpine performance brand plans largest electric cars yet, global expansion - Drive ➤ Tesla Shanghai plant exports record 54,504 vehicles in Oct - CnEVPost ➤ Tesla offers discounts of up to $1,110 for inventory cars in China - CnEVPost ➤ Tesla pulls another demand lever in China | Electrek

Ripstop on the Record
Company Spotlight: Alpine Luddites

Ripstop on the Record

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 51:53


In this episode, we transport to Vermont, home of John Campbell and his one-man company,  Alpine Luddites. We wanted to get John on the show because he is an avant-garde maker who has fiercely forged his own path. From his old corporate days to now teaching sewing at a local college and running a farm, John is defiantly himself in the most beautiful and infectious way. Shop Alpine LudditesCheck out John's MYOG ClassesFollow Alpine Luddites on Instagram⚠️ The passion of this recording translated into a few moments where expletives were used. Please note that this may not be suitable for everyone. ⚠️Find Us on Social Media

Medyascope.tv Podcast
Formulascope #10: Brezilya GP'ye doğru | Lewis Hamilton'ın bu sezonki ilk zaferi - Max Verstappen'in rekorları - Alpine-McLaren, Alpha Tauri-Aston Martin rekabeti

Medyascope.tv Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 39:59


Medyascope Spor'un yeni podcasti “Formulascope” 10. bölümü ile karşınızda!  Doğa Üründül, Muhammed Kaya ve Mete Ünal, Formulascope'un 10. bölümünde Formula 1'in 21. yarışı olan Brezilya GP'yi, Lewis Hamilton'ın bu sezonki ilk galibiyetine uzanma ihtimalini, Max Verstappen'in kırdığı rekorları ve Alpine-McLaren, Alpha Tauri-Aston Martin rekabetini konuştu.

The Race F1 Podcast
Is Alonso right to criticise “unprepared” Alpine?

The Race F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 63:26


Ben Anderson and Claire Cottingham join Edd Straw to discuss Fernando Alonso's complaints about Alpine-Renault unreliability and delve into the 41-year-old's performance level. This podcast is sponsored by GridRival. Click here to download the GridRival app. To join The Race league, click here. Click here to buy our 2023 wall calendar! Follow The Race on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook Check out our latest videos on YouTube Download our brand-new app on iOS or Android Click here to join The Race Members' Club and have the opportunity to ask a question on the show Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

F1 Nation
Bring on Brazil – Sao Paulo GP Preview

F1 Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 55:51


It's an F1 Sprint weekend which could shake up the championship order. Perez v Leclerc, Ferrari v Mercedes and McLaren v Alpine are just some of the battles being fought in Brazil. Tom Clarkson, Damon Hill and Jolyon Palmer discuss them all. Plus, Jolyon's take on Max Verstappen's dominant season, a possible re-union for his former teammates Kevin Magnussen and Nico Hulkenberg at Haas in 2023 and Lewis Hamilton's resurgence in 2022. Then, in Ask Damon, the 1996 world champ remembers the time he fought Ayrton Senna for the win in Brazil. To get your F1 question answered by Damon in a future episode of F1 Nation, record it as a voice note and email it to AskDamon@F1.com This episode is sponsored by:  Trade Coffee: get $30 off your subscription plus free shipping at drinktrade.com/nation  BetterHelp: give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/F1NATION and get on your way to being your best self  Rocket Money: get rid of useless subscriptions with Rocket Money now. Go to rocketmoney.com/NATION. Seriously, it could save you HUNDREDS per year

Medyascope.tv Podcast
Formulascope #9: Meksika GP'de Max Verstappen'in orta hamuru | Mercedes'in strateji hatası Lewis Hamilton'ın galibiyetini mi engelledi? | Alpine-McLaren rekabeti kızışıyor

Medyascope.tv Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 39:54


Medyascope Spor'un yeni podcasti “Formulascope” dokuzuncu bölümü ile karşınızda!  Doğa Üründül, Muhammed Kaya ve Mete Ünal, Formulascope'un dokuzuncu bölümünde Formula 1'in 20. yarışı olan Meksika GP'yi, Max Verstappen'in galibiyet rekoru, Mercedes'in strateji hatası Lewis Hamilton'ın galibiyetini engel miydi, Daniel Ricciardo'nun 7.'liği, yarışı 5. ve 6. bitiren Ferrari pilotları Carlos Sainz ile Charles Leclerc'in yüksek rakımlı pistteki problemleri ve Alpine-McLaren rekabetini konuştu.

The Athletes Podcast
Bobby Ryan - Alpine Skier at Colorado University - Episode #148

The Athletes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 36:35


Episode #148 of The Athletes Podcast features national collegiate all-academic ski team member,  Bobby Ryan. Before CU He was on the Dean's List at Boston College. He is earning two degrees from the Leeds School of Business at Colorado University in Finance and Marketing. Prior to this Bobby co-founded & operates drink birk, a company built to FUEL YOUR DREAMS. He worked for nearly a year at Loud & Live and plans to live his life to the fullest in every capacity. He recently climbed 29,032 ft (the height of Mt. EVEREST

The Destination Angler Podcast
Alpine lakes, llamas, and the Lost River Basin in Central Idaho with John Heckel

The Destination Angler Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 74:42


Our destination is the alpine lakes of Central Idaho, and our guest is John Heckel, Regional Fisheries Biologist for Idaho Fish and Game.  Idaho boasts the largest intact wilderness area in the lower 48.  And the Lost River drainage is home to dozens and dozens of remote and rugged alpine lakes chock full of hungry trout.  John is an avid outdoorsman who loves chasing trout, upland birds, and big game. He's fished nearly every lake in this area and gives us a mini-course on locating the best lakes, tips on fly fishing alpine lakes, and stories of close encounters with bears, llamas, and more.  If you're looking for rugged scenery, high catch rates, and a slice of heaven all to yourself, then listen in as we escape the crowds and the heat down low and venture into the wilderness with John.  With host, Steve Haigh Pictures of Alpine Lakes in the Lost River Basin: @DestinationAnglerPodcast on Instagram and Facebook Contact John Heckel, Idaho Fish & Game john.heckel@idfg.idaho.gov   | 208-535-8004 Idaho Fish & Game Alpine Lakes website: https://idfg.idaho.gov/fish/alpine Big Lost River Trip Planner:  https://idfg.idaho.gov/ifwis/fishingplanner/water/1128381437946 Please check out our Sponsors: Angler's Coffee - elevating the coffee experience for the fly-fishing community & anglers everywhere with small-batch coffee delivered to your doorstep.  https://anglerscoffee.com/   | Facebook & Instagram @anglerscoffeeco    Trout Routes - the #1 Trout Fishing app, helping you find new trout water so you spend less time on the road and more time fishing.  https://troutinsights.com/ | Facebook @troutinsights Instagram @TroutRoutes  Destination Angler: The Destination Angler Website and Show Notes:   http://destinationangler.libsyn.com/ Get updates and pictures of destinations covered on each podcast: @DestinationAnglerPodcast on Instagram and Facebook Join in the conversation with the @DestinationAnglerConnection group on Facebook. Comments & Suggestions:  host, Steve Haigh, email shaigh50@gmail.com Available on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts Recorded Oct 6, 2022.  Episode 77 Music on the show by A Brother's Fountain, “Hitch Hike-Man”.    Podcast edited by Podcast Volume  https://www.podcastvolume.com/

F1 Nation
Verstappen's new heights – Mexico City GP Review

F1 Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 51:35


With his record-breaking 14th race win of the 2022 season, Max Verstappen hit new heights in Mexico City. One crucial on-track move and a brilliant strategy call were the keys to his victory, but could Mercedes have done anything differently to beat Red Bull? Tom Clarkson, Australian broadcaster Sam Power and F1's expert tech illustrator Giorgio Piola explore why Verstappen won so dominantly, why Mercedes' wait for a win in 2022 continues and why it was such a tough weekend for Ferrari. Joining the trio are Mercedes' Chief Strategist James Vowles, McLaren Team Principal Andreas Seidl, and Sergio Perez's jubilant father Antonio. We celebrate the spectacle of the Mexico City GP with two legends of Mexican motorsport: Jo Ramírez - McLaren team manager in the days of Senna and Prost, and Adrián Fernández – racing driver, who's supported home hero Perez since his karting days. Plus, two potential F1 racers join for a chat about their futures: Mexico's IndyCar star Pato O'Ward, and Formula 2's Jack Doohan, who made his F1 practice debut in Mexico with Alpine. To get your F1 question answered by Damon in a future episode of F1 Nation, record it as a voice note and email it to AskDamon@F1.com This episode is sponsored by: Rocket Money: get rid of useless subscriptions with Rocket Money now. Go to rocketmoney.com/NATION. Seriously, it could save you HUNDREDS per year.  NordVPN: EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal at nordvpn.com/f1nation. Try it risk-free now with a 30-day money-back guarantee!