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The V8 Sleuth Podcast
Ep. 237 – Everything you need to know for the 2022 Bathurst 1000

The V8 Sleuth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 120:09


It's time for that special Sunday in October! V8 Sleuth's Aaron Noonan and Will Dale run through what you need to know ahead of this year's Repco Bathurst 1000 and answer your questions ahead of the 2022 edition of ‘The Great Race'. V8 Sleuth Superstore: https://superstore.v8sleuth.com.au/ Buy the 2022 Bathurst 1000 program: https://bit.ly/3dafe5k

Inside Supercars
Inside Supercars -Show 409 - The Bathurst Hilton

Inside Supercars

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 25:06


After two years in the virtual world, The Bathurst Hilton returns to the mountain bigger and better than ever. Dale Sudholz talks about how a weeks holiday at the races takes 51 weeks to recover

Sport Radio - Australia
Inside Supercars -Show 409 - The Bathurst Hilton

Sport Radio - Australia

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 25:06


After two years in the virtual world, The Bathurst Hilton returns to the mountain bigger and better than ever. Dale Sudholz talks about how a weeks holiday at the races takes 51 weeks to recover

Parked Up
Parked Up, Bathurst campers preparing for their mountain pilgrimage

Parked Up

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 51:11


It's a week until the cars hit the track at Mount Panorama, and to get you in the camping mood, we speak to three unique campers who will be making the annual pilgrimage to The Great Race for the 2022 Repco Bathurst 1000.

The Driver's Seat
Feature Interview - Dick Johnson - S06E32

The Driver's Seat

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 21:24


Dick Johnson from Dick Johnson Racing joins the boys to talk about DJR's upcoming milestone with their 1000th super car race upcoming at Bathurst 1000.

On The Grid
Defending Bathurst Champion Lee Holdsworth

On The Grid

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 55:08


LEE HOLDSWORTH will hope to defend his Bathurst 1000 crown next week as he approaches the Great Race with Penrite Racing and co-driver Matt Payne.  Leethal talks about his campaign, how he and his leggy co-driver compare with seating positions and the reaction to his recent retirement news - and already fielding calls for a co-driver role in 2023.  The boys then chat about the news of the week, offer up the weekly Hot and Not rankings and a whole heap more - it's another big show as we count down to race week!

Nights with Steve Price: Highlights
Round the block for Brock

Nights with Steve Price: Highlights

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 10:56


Peter Brock was known as the "King of the mountain" for a reason. The great driver conquered Mount Panorama a record nine times, earning the respect of revheads around the country and the world.  October 2022, will see the motorsport community come together at the circuit where Brock made his name as they celebrate 50 years since his inaugural win at Bathurst.  A group of passionate motoring enthusiasts is taking the cars that made Brock famous on a 22-day trip, finishing in Bathurst on the spectacle that is the Bathurst 500.  Glenn Munro is a member of the group and he joins Clinton Maynard to share the stories he's heard from people around the country of 'Brocky' and what he meant to revheads everywhere.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Castrol Motorsport News Podcast
SVG's NASCAR chance, S5000 Bathurst races canned

Castrol Motorsport News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 37:28


Shane van Gisbergen to NASCAR? This week on the Castrol Motorsport News Podcast, host Andrew van Leeuwen and V8 Sleuth's Stefan Bartholomaeus dissect the big story of the week – Supercars champ SVG's looming chance to race in NASCAR. The boys also look at why S5000's upcoming Bathurst races have been canned and just how fast the cars will lap the Mountain in their unrestricted demonstration form. AVL catches up with Erebus boss Barry Ryan to get the latest on the effort to resurrect Will Brown's Commodore ahead of a pre-Bathurst test, the team's recent single-car hitout at The Bend and what impact the Pukekohe crash had on its Gen3 build program. AVL and Stefan also look ahead to Supercars' new Gen3 era, discussing how the major technical shake-up can change the on-track pecking order in 2023. All this plus the latest news headlines from around the motorsport world, the the Motorsport News Mailbag, Castrol Stars of the Week and more details on when and where to have a beer with us at Bathurst!

Sportsday WA
Sportsday WA - Garth Tander

Sportsday WA

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 9:57


Legendary Supercars driver joins Sportsday to talk the upcoming Bathurst drive he has alongside Shane Van Ginsbergen.

Parked Up
Parked Up, The Mountain is calling, plus a soggy Sandown review

Parked Up

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 54:40


The Repco Bathurst 1000 is just around the corner, and there's plenty to discuss as the Supercars prepare for their annual journey to Mount Panorama. This week, we are joined by Supercars.com journalist James Pavey and his housemate Simon Chapman from Wide World of Sports to talk Bathurst, SpeedSeries at Sandown, plus a heap more.

The Driver's Seat
Feature Interview - Thomas Randle - S06E31

The Driver's Seat

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 19:24


Tickford Racing young gun Thomas Randle makes his return to the show and after a few years as a co-driver in the Enduros, the 2020 Super2 Champion will be making his first Bathurst start as a primary driver. We'll find out how the test day at Winton went with his co-driver Zak Best, and we'll see how he's adjusted to the main game after years in other categories.

On The Grid
Michael Caruso on big, bad Sandown, TV and the Bathurst 1000

On The Grid

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 51:50


Michael Caruso is our key guest this week to discuss his return to the podium in TCR Australia - finally - after a challenging year. 'Robbo' also discusses his move into broadcasting with the SpeedSeries crew and his upcoming Bathurst 1000 campaign with Mark Winterbottom. Then it's a full recap of the epic Sandown weekend, the wild weather, the world's wildest GT race - plus chats about S5000 testing, Formula Ford at The Bend and our weekly Doric Power Rankings, where we give our HOTs and NOTs from the week that was.

The V8 Sleuth Podcast
Ep. 236 – Craig Lowndes (Part 2)

The V8 Sleuth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 75:17


We're talking to Craig Lowndes on the V8 Sleuth Podcast powered by Repco. We open the last part of our two-part chat talking about his emotional triumph in the 2006 Bathurst 1000, held just a few weeks after the death of his friend and mentor Peter Brock. We cover his 2010 triumph, playing football at the same club that Brock did, how he ended up with his long-standing helmet design, tackling the Australasian Safari, his desire to do the Le Mans 24 Hours, plus his future behing the wheel of a Supercar. He also faces your National Motor Racing Museum Couch Racer Questions plus the traditional V8 Sleuth Top 10 Shootout. V8 Sleuth Superstore: https://superstore.v8sleuth.com.au/ Pre-order your Bathurst 1000 program: https://bit.ly/3dafe5k

Castrol Motorsport News Podcast
The Right to Fight: Our verdict on Pukekohe decision

Castrol Motorsport News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 41:14


Warning: This episode of the Castrol Motorsport News Podcast gets a little tense! Host Andrew van Leeuwen and V8 Sleuth's Stefan Bartholomaeus tackle Motorsport Australia's decision to reprimand Erebus boss Barry Ryan for the ‘Push in Pukekohe' – and the boys have very different views! There's plenty more news to dissect as well with some big talking points from Ford's new Mustang reveal, including the look of the updated Supercar and the Blue Oval's planned Bathurst 12 Hour blitz. Hear from Ford Performance chief Mark Rushbrook on why the company has changed its tune on hybrid in Supercars and what that means for the future. AVL also chats to newly crowned twice Trans Am champ Nathan Herne about his 2023 plans, and the boys talk TCR title fight and the red tape that cost an IndyCar star an F1 drive. There's also another great MNews Mailbag question, the Castrol Stars of the Week and a host of news headlines from around the motorsport world.

Parked Up
Parked Up Plus, Van Giz ready for rally rumble and Bathurst blitz

Parked Up

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 24:15


Parked Up Plus looks at the weekend that was, including action from Sandown as part of the SpeedSeries. Mark Fogarty caught up with Shane van Gisbergen, plus news on the new Ford Mustang Gen3 Supercar, S5000 at Bathurst and more.

Bridge and Spida - Gold FM 92.5 Gold Coast
NEED TO KNOW | Gold Coast Monorail Retires In Bathurst, Wet T-Shirt Contest On Public Holiday And Queen's Funeral Largest World Ever Seen

Bridge and Spida - Gold FM 92.5 Gold Coast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 2:39


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CruxCasts
Callinex Mines (CNX) - New High-Grade Discovery Building Project Scale

CruxCasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 25:15


Callinex Mines Inc. is a Canadian mineral exploration and development company advancing its portfolio of copper, zinc, gold and silver-rich deposits located in the Flin Flon, Bathurst and Buchans mining districts. The high-grade copper, gold, silver and zinc deposit of the company, the aptly named Rainbow deposit has recently been delineated after its discovery in 2020. The Rainbow deposit forms part of the company's Pine Bay project which is located near the border of Manitoba and Saskatchewan. 

Choses à Savoir HISTOIRE
Quelle est la mystérieuse disparition du diplomate Benjamin Bathurst ?

Choses à Savoir HISTOIRE

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 2:53


En mission à Vienne, en 1809, le diplomate Benjamin Bathurst disparaît brusquement. Il ne réapparut jamais et son corps ne fut pas retrouvé. De nombreuses hypothèses tentèrent d'expliquer une disparition que certains jugent surnaturelle. Un diplomate qui disparaît brusquement Né en 1784, Benjamin Bathurst entame très tôt une carrière diplomatique. En 1809, il est envoyé à Vienne, pour réactiver l'alliance anglo-autrichienne contre Napoléon. Il doit aussi persuader l'Empereur d'Autriche, François Ier, d'entrer dans la guerre contre la France. Le jeune diplomate voyage, sous un nom d'emprunt, avec son courrier d'ambassade et un valet. Contraints de quitter Vienne à la suite de la bataille de Wagram, où Napoléon remporte une victoire décisive sur les Autrichiens, les trois hommes s'arrêtent, le 25 novembre 1809, dans la petite ville prussienne de Perleberg. C'est là que Benjamin Bathurst disparaît brusquement. Il existe plusieurs versions sur les circonstances de cette disparition. Pour les uns, il aurait disparu, vers 21 heures, en sortant de l'auberge pour monter dans la voiture qui l'attendait. Pour d'autres, il serait sorti se dégourdir les jambes, une fois la berline arrêtée. Il en aurait fait quatre fois le tour et aurait subitement disparu alors qu'il s'apprêtait à continuer sa promenade. De nombreuses hypothèses Pour expliquer la mystérieuse disparition de Benjamin Bathurst, certaines personnes, férues de science-fiction, n'ont pas manqué d'évoquer un hypothétique voyage dans le temps ou le passage de l'infortuné diplomate dans une autre dimension. Cet événement se retrouve dans plusieurs romans fantastiques, qui évoquent l'évaporation du diplomate. Selon les cas, il gagne un monde parallèle ou se retrouve dans le futur. Mais l'explication est sans doute plus prosaïque. En effet, le manteau de fourrure de Bathurst et son pantalon sont rapidement retrouvés. Le pantalon est percé de deux trous de balles, mais sans aucune trace de sang. Il est donc probable que le diplomate a été assassiné, peut-être par des brigands ou à l'instigation des Français, qui reprochaient à Bathurst son rôle dans la consolidation de l'alliance anglo-autrichienne. L'hypothèse de l'enlèvement a également été avancée. Pour l'heure, le mystère de cette disparition n'est toujours pas élucidé. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Running Matters
Ep116 - Brett Robinson - Dual Olympian and Aussie Half Marathon Record Holder

Running Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 56:58


This week Haddy checks in with the incredible Brett Robinson as he prepares for the upcoming London Marathon. Brett holds Australia's fastest Half Marathon title, and he's the only Australian to break the 60-minute barrier, with his record of 59:57. Since emerging through the junior ranks as a top 1500m runner, Brett has developed into a world-class senior athlete, seeing him make finals appearances in the 5000m at both the 2013 World Championships and 2016 Rio Olympics. In recent years, he has shifted focus to the Marathon,  with a current personal best of 2:10:55 and another Aussie Olympic Jersey at the Tokyo Games. Brett was a big part of the Ineos 1:59 run, taking the wind for the legendary Eluid Kipchoge and is the current Melbourne Marathon Champion. Brett has been coached by the greats of Aussie distance running, Philo Saunders and Nic Bideau, but is also coaching a group of athletes for Pulse Running so his depth of knowledge is outstanding. We discuss all aspects of training and racing, from nutrition, psychology and pacing to how hard to hit the after party circuit! We also chat about Brett's role as an ambassador for the Blackmore's Running Festival and it's tilt at the World Marathon Majors plus his desire to get muddy at next year's World Cross Country in Bathurst. Enjoy! Please subscribe or follow Running Matters to be notified when each episode is released.   Feel free to use the online discount codes below: GU Energy Australia (15%): RUNNINGMATTERS Fractel Performance Running Caps (15%): runningmatters T8 Running kit (10%): RUNNINGMATTERS20 Runnulla (10%): Mention Running Matters in store. Raidlight (20%): runningmatters20 Raffertys Coastal Run entry discount: RMPOD21 Cronulla Beer Co (10%): CBC10 Koda Nutrition (15%): RUNMAT15 #runnulla #raidlight #fractel #gymeaalliedhealth #basecampaltitude #guenergy #cronullabeerco #runningmatterscoaching #kodanutrition  

The Driver's Seat
Feature Interview - Michael Caruso - S06E30

The Driver's Seat

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 23:22


It's going to be a busy few weeks for Michael Caruso and it all kicks off this weekend at Sandown when TCR Australia makes it's return to the track for the first time since 2019. We chat to Robbo about the season so far, and his next assignment - co-driving with Mark Winterbottom in the Bathurst 1000 this October!

The V8 Sleuth Podcast
Ep. 235 – Craig Lowndes (Part 1)

The V8 Sleuth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 59:38


We're talking to Craig Lowndes on the V8 Sleuth Podcast powered by Repco. We open the first part of our two-part chat talking about buying his first road car, the Ford Cortina he drove while lead driver at the Holden Racing Team – and the white lie he told them about selling it. We also chat about the Formula Ford he's currently restoring, driving the ‘Black Death', a DJR test that didn't happen, how his drive in the 1994 Bathurst 12 Hour came about, plus the phone call from Jeff Grech that changed his life. We also chat about the Goodwood Festival of Speed, the ‘Green-Eyed Monster', his interviews with ‘Poida' (aka Eric Bana) and 60 Minutes, and the start of his Triple Eight era. V8 Sleuth Superstore: https://superstore.v8sleuth.com.au/ Pre-order your Bathurst 1000 program: https://bit.ly/3dafe5k

Castrol Motorsport News Podcast
The good, the bad and the ugly from Pukekohe

Castrol Motorsport News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 34:17


This week on the Castrol Motorsport News Podcast the boys debrief an emotion-charged Supercars weekend at Pukekohe. Host Andrew van Leeuwen and V8 Sleuth's Stefan Bartholomaeus take a look at the heroes and the villains, from the sterling performances of Kiwi stars Shane van Gisbergen and Andre Heimgartner, to the controversial clash between Mark Winterbottom and Will Brown – and Erebus boss Barry Ryan's reaction. AVL catches up with the King of Pukekohe Greg Murphy to debrief the weekend and get the latest on his Bathurst wildcard, which was thrown into question by Brown's crash. AVL and Stefan then unbox the 2023 Supercars calendar puzzle amid uncertainty over several events – including New Zealand's post-Pukekohe future. There's also a look at how Aussie ace Will Power sensationally won a second IndyCar title eight years after his first, a Motorsport News Mailbag question with a difference, the Castrol Stars of the week and a host of news headlines from around the racing world.

Rusty's Garage
Lee Holdsworth (Part 1)

Rusty's Garage

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 54:21


On the eve of his second retirement, and ahead of defending his Bathurst 1000 title, Lee Holdsworth joins Greg 'Rusty' Rust for a fabulous chat.  He discusses retirement take 2 and his plans beyond Supercars, as well as his nerve-racking recollections of that popular Bathurst win with Chaz Mostert. Join Greg 'Rusty' Rust for a deep and insightful conversation with one of the most liked drivers in the sport - Grove Racing's, Lee Holdsworth. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Talkin‘ Fight Podcast
Kylie Fulmer | Knuckle Up with Mike and Cedric | Talkin Fight

The Talkin‘ Fight Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 12:07


Mike and Cedric discuss Kylie Fulmer, a professional boxer with an undefeated professional record of 7-0 (6KO) born and bred in Bathurst, Australia. Watch Knuckle Up's Mike Orr and Cedric Benn, who always discuss up-and-coming young, hungry, and (usually) undefeated boxers during his live daily show at 4pm EST (9pm UK) on TalkinFight.com or YouTube.com/c/TalkinFight #TalkinFight #KnuckleUp #Sugar

Rev Limiter
Pukekohe Review - Supercars Round 10 2022

Rev Limiter

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 38:38


Supercars last blast at Pukekohe was a Kiwi love-fest, and Shane Van Gisbergen took home the Jason Richards Memorial Trophy with 2 wins over the weekend. But he didn't get it all his own way, find out how he did it. And also tune it find out who destroyed cars and put Bathurst at risk. For all this and more, tune in to the latest episode of The Gates RevLimiter Supercars Review with Andrew Clarke and Neville Wilkinson. Sound Design & Editing: BigHair Productions – nev@v8x.com.au Music: Night Break by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/4125-night-break License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Take the Lead by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/4458-take-the-lead License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

The V8 Sleuth Podcast
Ep. 233 – Anton De Pasquale

The V8 Sleuth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 79:01


We're talking to Anton De Pasquale on the V8 Sleuth Podcast powered by Repco. Aaron Noonan sits down with him in the boardroom at Dick Johnson Racing to chat about his career to date, including how he got into karting in the first place as he isn't from a family that was already into motorsport, making the big move to Europe and some of the big names he raced against, coming home to Australia and how he came to link up with Paul Morris, which launched him into Supercars. He also tackles your National Motor Racing Couch Racer Questions and the V8 Sleuth Top 10 Shootout. V8 Sleuth Superstore: https://superstore.v8sleuth.com.au/ Buy your ticket to the V8 Sleuth Open Night @ the Bathurst 1000 with Greg Murphy: https://bit.ly/3QezP5I

The Campbells Comments Podcast
Campbells Comments with Danny Dwyer and Cam Bray On Loose Lines

The Campbells Comments Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 20:38


Great to catch up with Danny Dwyer last night On Loose Lines. Danny joined Cam Bray and myself live on the show to talk about all thing Bathurst Harness Racing Club. The 2023 Bathurst yearling sales will be run for the first time by Nutrien Equine - Standardbred and we discuss how that will all look. You can view the full show below. Thank you to all my sponsors for making these trips possible Woodlands Stud NZ Haras des Trotteurs Barastoc Horse NZB Standardbred and Nutrien Equine - Standardbred

Castrol Motorsport News Podcast
Supercars silly season surprise, Porsche ace for Bathurst

Castrol Motorsport News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 46:28


It's another jam-packed episode of the Castrol Motorsport News Podcast. Host Andrew van Leeuwen and V8 Sleuth's Stefan Bartholomaeus dissect the F1 driver market saga involving Oscar Piastri and Daniel Ricciardo, explaining how Alpine lost Piastri and how McLaren snared the youngster at Ricciardo's expense. The boys also discuss the latest twist in the Supercars silly season that has Todd Hazelwood set to land at CoolDrive Racing, look at the Kiwi Porsche international poised to snare the final seat on the Bathurst 1000 grid and preview the category's big Pukekohe farewell. AVL also tackles Lee Holdsworth on why he's retiring from full-time Supercars driving and his plans for Bathurst in 2023. All this plus the latest headlines from around the racing world, the Motorsport News Mailbag and Castrol Stars of the Week.

Shift (NB)
Hiking the Nepisiguit for sick kids

Shift (NB)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 11:04


Ottawa's Laurie Gagnier is coming to Bathurst to hike the Nepisiguit Mi'gmaq Trail as a fundraiser for her local children's hospital. As a cancer survivor, she has a very personal reason to support the hospital.

Plants Grow Here - Horticulture, Landscape Gardening & Ecology
Ep.120 Floriculture on an owner-operated farm - Alana Reeves (Dunkeld Farm)

Plants Grow Here - Horticulture, Landscape Gardening & Ecology

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 57:44


Imagine growing flowers as your job. In this episode, Alana Reeves gives us an insight into what it's like to own and operate a small flower farm outside of Bathurst, NSW.We talk about the struggles (if there are any) when it comes to growing flowers, the different tasks for each season when you're growing annual flowers, and the importance of the human element in horticulture and floriculture.EPISODE LINKSDunkeld Farm website: https://www.dunkeldfarm.com.au/Dunkeld Farm Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dunkeldfarmDunkeld Farm Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dunkeldfarm/Search for horticulture jobs: HortPeople.comFOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIATwitter: @PlantsGrowHere / Facebook: @PlantsGrowHerePodcast - Join our Facebook group!VISIT OUR WEBSITEwww.PlantsGrowHere.comLET'S WORK TOGETHERAre you in the industry or an enthusiast with something of value to share? We're always on the hunt for interesting people, doing interesting things. If you'd like to work with us send a message via our online form or a direct email to plantsgrowhere@gmail.com.

The V8 Sleuth Podcast
Ep. 232 - Repco Supercars Weekly: Change to Bathurst 1000 field

The V8 Sleuth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 7:15


V8 Sleuth's Aaron Noonan runs through the key news from the Repco Supercars Championship, starting with a major update on the composition of the 2022 Repco Bathurst 1000 field.The Garage: https://www.repco.com.au/thegarageBuy your ticket to the V8 Sleuth Open Night @ the Bathurst 1000 with Greg Murphy: https://bit.ly/3QezP5I

The V8 Sleuth Podcast
Ep. 231 - Roland Dane (Part 2)

The V8 Sleuth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 76:57


We're talking to Roland Dane on the V8 Sleuth Podcast powered by Repco. In the final part of our two-part chat, we dive deeper into the story of Triple Eight in Supercars with RD, starting with the team's breakthrough win with Craig Lowndes at Eastern Creek in 2005, the same year it did a deal with one of its rivals, Stone Brothers Racing, for engine supply. We also talk about how Triple Eight's success caused a rule change for the Bathurst 1000, and go through the highs and lows of its tilts at the Mount Panorama classic. We also cover their first Bathurst win in 2006 in depth, with plenty of chat about the winning chassis as well, and RD also tackles your National Motor Racing Museum Couch Racer Questions.V8 Sleuth Superstore: https://superstore.v8sleuth.com.au/

The Driver's Seat
S06E28 - FULL SHOW - August 31st 2022

The Driver's Seat

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 84:49


Literally a couple of hours after last week's show wrapped up, the news broke that Daniel Ricciardo and McLaren would be parting ways at the end of 2022 fuelling speculation about the future of Oscar Piastri. We speculated about what the F1 grid might look like in 2023 - and closer to home we ponder what 2023 might look like for Supercars after the news broke that Lee Holdsworth was calling time on his career at the end of the season. Plus we spoke to Matt Chahda ahead of his long awaited Bathurst 1000 debut in the wildcard entry this October

The Driver's Seat
Feature Interview - Matt Chahda - S06E28

The Driver's Seat

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 14:16


It was announced back in July that Matt Chahda Motorsport (MCM) will compete as a wildcard entry in this year's Bathurst 1000 in a Walkinshaw Andretti United-supplied ZB Commodore, with Matt Chahda and Jaylyn Robotham making their main game debuts this October at Mount Panorama. We spoke to Matt and got the insight how the wildcard entry came about and even got his thoughts on the carnage at Sandown at the last Super2 round.

THE WHITE RABBIT
THE BATHURST POISONING

THE WHITE RABBIT

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 31:56


Essential Energy using poisons on Private Land.

How To Be 60 with Kaye Adams
Ep 20: Live at the Edinburgh Fringe with Robert Bathurst & Nadia Sawalha

How To Be 60 with Kaye Adams

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 44:58


This week at the first ever Live podcast recording, Kaye & Karen are joined by Robert Bathurst & Nadia Sawalha as they discuss the Fringe, their lives and the third age. The second live podcast will be out shortly, but next week we'll have the wonderful Jane McDonald! Keep sharing your stories with Kaye & Karen by emailing Podcast@HTB60.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The V8 Sleuth Podcast
Ep. 229 - Roland Dane (Part 1)

The V8 Sleuth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 64:30


We're talking to Roland Dane on the V8 Sleuth Podcast powered by Repco. We open the first part of our two-part chat getting the rundown on the new era at Triple Eight Race Engineering following the changes in ownership and management over the past 24 months, headlined by his stepping out of the Managing Director and Team Principal roles. Dane then rewinds back to his early years in business and motorsport in England and Triple Eight's time in the British Touring Car Championship and Super Touring, which led to his first visit to the Bathurst 1000 in the late 1990s with Peter Brock driving. He also talks about moving to Australia and establishing Triple Eight in V8 Supercars in 2003 and securing Craig Lowndes' signature one year later – as well as his Australian ancestory!V8 Sleuth Superstore: https://superstore.v8sleuth.com.au/

Better with Running
EP105 James Hansen - Chasing Races and P.Bs in Europe, Preparing for National XC and Future Goals.

Better with Running

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 83:38


Chris gives us a recap of his pacing job at Ballarat as he ventured down for the first time, with a job of pacing elite marathoner, run2pb coach and regular BWR host, Sophie Fitt. They also finally meet for the first time in real life and get to share a race experience together. Zacca continues his rebuild and return to running. James Hansen joins the boys for a catch up, last time they caught up was in April and James had his sights set on a few domestic road races, before heading to Europe, we get an insight into his life on the road in Europe as an athlete trying to run fast times and the challenges of getting into races. James now back in Tasmania is preparing for a tilt at making the Australian Team for the World Cross Country Championships next year being held in Bathurst, and this weekend he lines up at the National Championships in Adelaide, representing Tasmania, we hear about his hopes for the race and then future race and training plans as he turns his attention to chasing down that Aus Singlet. James answers a few listener questions his favourite training partners and mindset. The boys highlight run2pb power couple. Rhys and Stacey as Run2Pb heroes of the week, off the the back of their amazing adelaide marathon adventure. https://www.instagram.com/p/Chnwn7Ov8Zd/?hl=en Before closing out with a random act of kindness from Serene, HK based athlete who went above and beyond to send her coach Isaac a birthday surprise. Partners Pillar Performance - 15% discount on a single product purchase. Use code: R2PB1 - 20% discount on the purchase of two products or more. Use code: R2PB2 - 25% discount on the purchase of three products or more. Use code: R2PB3 Must got to our landing page: https://pillarperformance.shop/pages/run2pb Yarraville Running Company, shop online @ https://www.therunningcompany.com.au/yarraville/ https://www.instagram.com/therunningcompany_yarraville/?hl=en Medal Displays helps you organise and celebrate your achievements with a range of display items made for runners! www.medaldisplays.com.au Premium, Fast and Sustainable Running Socks www.oatrunning.com Run2PB Links: Socials Run2PB YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJxkh-FgU2Wsork-18PfSUA Find us here at: https://www.run2pb.co/better-with-running-podcast Review on us: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/better-with-running/id1506419354

Sky Sports Radio's Big Sports Breakfast

Leading trainer talks about his win at Randwick with "Arapaho" and all about his chances at Bathurst today

Shift (NB)
Bathurst Pediatrics

Shift (NB)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 8:28


The suspension of pediatric services at the Chaleur Regional Hospital has been extended again. How is the city dealing with the situation? We'll check in with Mayor Kim Chamberlain.

The Past Lives Podcast
Paranormal Stories Ep26

The Past Lives Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 20:40


This is episode 26 of paranormal stories. This week the books are 'Glimpses of Magonia: A Memoir of My Anomalous Experiences' by Emma Woods and 'Past Lives: The Evolution of the Soul' by Paul Williamson.Paul Williamson, 'Past Lives: The Evolution of the Soul'.The notion of past lives is intriguing. If we have lived other lives besides this one, are we able to remember them?What is it that lies in the depths of our consciousness?Is it safe to go there?Will I find memories from far distant times in history?Are past lives real?What will these ‘memories' tell me about my soul?Do I have the courage to explore and delve into these hidden unknown experiences that lure me?If I go there, I may discover things that change me, that give me a different, deeper outlook about my life. Am I prepared to do that?What about my fears? I do not want to find out something that I would not like. Should I listen to my fears?What if it is all stuff that I make up?To learn about our past lives is a spiritual journey of self-discovery. Do we step forward or go another way? It is up to us. The path we tread is our choice.Paul Williamson shares his experiences based on his work as a past life therapist. He has been doing past life regression work professionally for over 33 years.BioReincarnation is a subject that has fascinated me from the time I first became familiar with it as a teenager.I was born in Australia and spent my years growing up in the country town of Bathurst in NSW and then my teenage years in the desert city of Broken Hill. From a young age, I was very interested in religion, and although I was brought up as a Church of England Christian, I could never quite feel at ease with that as my faith.Then, when I was 18, having moved to Sydney, I was listening to the radio one Sunday night when I heard a broadcast by the Theosophical Society. For the first time, I heard comprehensive accounts about the concepts of reincarnation, karma and the evolution of the soul, and at once this felt like ‘coming home' and was the beginning of a life-long dedication to this subject.From my teenage years, I was interested in alternative views of society, and as I moved into my 20s, I learnt meditation, started exploring self-development workshops and became fascinated by the New Age Spiritual community in Scotland called the Findhorn Foundation. In the north of NSW, there was an offshoot community connected to Findhorn, called ‘Homeland' and I became inspired by the ideals of people living from their hearts, attuning to the ‘God' within and building a world where this would be the norm. When I was 24, I left Australia to stay at Findhorn. I then travelled through Europe, but eventually returned to Findhorn to live at NewBold House. Here I learnt to lead personal development workshops and my interest in the mind and our souls increased.From my wish to go deeper into this, I trained in Hypnotherapy to learn past life regression and in 1988, I became a qualified Hypnotherapist. Having left NewBold House, I then set out to earn my living as a self-employed therapist, leading workshops and conducting individual therapy sessions with people. In the 1990s I trained with Dr Roger Woolger for 3 years, and became inspired by his teachings on Past Life Therapy. I also formed a healing group with Marjorie Wilson and learnt about Spiritual Channelling and Healing.From there, I wrote books, and until now, have had 8 of my books published. In recent times, I have studied the works of Dr Michael Newton and completed my training with the Newton Institute to become a qualified Life Between Lives Therapist. In recent years, I have been travelling internationally to a variety of locations, mainly between Australia and the UK. I have been attending Mind Body Spirit festivals giving talks and offering introductory experiences of Past Life regressions. In addition to these festivals, I have been offering soul based workshops for groups, and facilitating individual sessions. I am now in the process of setting up a working partnership called ‘Soul Pathways', with my colleague, Dee Gutierrez. Our aims are to provide widespread services to help people awaken to who they are as souls.Paul's work bases: My work is being done online, both as individual sessions and workshops for small groups. I am keen to maintain my contacts in Australia, the UK and beyond. So please contact me if you feel a need for my services.Paul's qualifications: I have been practicing past life regression professionally for 32 years. I am a qualified hypnotherapist and a member of the UKGHE. In the early 1990s, I completed a 3-year practitioner course in Past Life Therapy with Dr Roger Woolger. Also, during that decade, I qualified as a Healer member of the National Federation of Spiritual Healers. More recently, n 2012, I became a registered practitioner of Life Between Lives Therapy, with the Newton Institute. I am comprehensively insured for all the work that I do, and have international insurance.https://www.amazon.com/Past-Lives-Evolution-Paul-Williamson-ebook/dp/B0B1N3GQ9M/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1659704188&sr=1-1https://soulhypnotherapy.com/Emma WoodsThis week I'm talking to Emma Woods about her book 'Glimpses of Magonia: A Memoir of My Anomalous Experiences'.https://www.spreaker.com/user/15573647/alien-ufo-podcast-ep32-emma-woodsAn anomalous experiencer's life is complicated.Unnerving events, profoundly at odds with our current mainstream view of reality, periodically intrude into everyday life. In doing so, they offer tantalizing views of otherworldly realms that we do not yet understand.In Glimpses of Magonia, Emma Woods shares her deeply personal journey navigating a lifetime of disconcerting yet transformative anomalous experiences. Her story provides a unique insight into what drives experiencers like her to seek answers in the UFO field.Woods further documents groundbreaking research on UFO sightings, alien encounters, and the paranormal. The intriguing results provide important additional clues as to how the supernatural enigma operates in our world.NOTE: This book does not cover any events that occurred after Woods approached the UFO field. Rather, it is an account of her experiences from early childhood onward that ultimately led her there.https://emmawoodsbooks.com/https://www.amazon.com/Glimpses-Magonia-Memoir-Anomalous-Experiences-ebook/dp/B09TJFCCQD/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1659695896&sr=8-1https://www.pastliveshypnosis.co.uk/https://www.patreon.com/alienufopodcasthttps://www.patreon.com/pastlivespodcast

The Rush Hour with MG & Liam
FULL SHOW | Bathurst Winner Lee Holdsworth Stops By And The Boys Debate The King Of The Condiments

The Rush Hour with MG & Liam

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 38:41


DRIVERLESS BUS NRL UPDATE – JACKSON HASTINGS TWEET, SAM VERRILLS, GALLEN PHONER: WHAT DID YOU DO WITH THE ASHES? LEE HOLDSWORTH FORMER PATRIOT CRASHED CAR TO AVOID BEING CUT NAZI SYMBOL BANNED IN NSW NRL UPDATE - BURTON BEST KICKER? BRENT NADEN, PAPALI'I, RICKY/SALMON UPDATE PHONER: IS YOUR PET A DICK? I/VIEW CLAYTON ENOCH FRENCH MUSTARD SHORTAGE – WHAT IS THE KING OF CONDIMENTSSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The V8 Sleuth Podcast
Ep. 225 - Craig Baird (Part 1)

The V8 Sleuth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 63:09


We're talking to Craig Baird on the V8 Sleuth Podcast powered by Repco. In the first part of a two-part chat, Bairdo talks about starting his racing career at just four years of age and racing a Formula Ford at age 15! The three-time New Zealand Grand Prix winner also chats about the Kiwi star that played a big role in his development – and the other Kiwi legend that threatened to stab him with a screwdriver after a racing incident! – and racing against future F1 and IndyCar drivers in Formula Atlantic over the summer months at home. We also chat about his move into touring cars, his first Bathurst 1000 start and racing BMWs in South Africa where he drove with the late Sabine Schmitz. He also opens up on his disqualification after winning the 1997 AMP Bathurst 1000, and what it was like being a teammate to F1 legend Nigel Mansell.V8 Sleuth Superstore: https://superstore.v8sleuth.com.au/Win Sandown Supercars tickets: https://www.v8sleuth.com.au/sandown-comp/

The Past Lives Podcast
The Past Lives Podcast Ep223 Paul Williamson

The Past Lives Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 65:26


This week I'm talking to Paul Williamson about his book 'Past Lives: The Evolution of the Soul'.The notion of past lives is intriguing. If we have lived other lives besides this one, are we able to remember them?What is it that lies in the depths of our consciousness?Is it safe to go there?Will I find memories from far distant times in history?Are past lives real?What will these ‘memories' tell me about my soul?Do I have the courage to explore and delve into these hidden unknown experiences that lure me?If I go there, I may discover things that change me, that give me a different, deeper outlook about my life. Am I prepared to do that?What about my fears? I do not want to find out something that I would not like. Should I listen to my fears?What if it is all stuff that I make up?To learn about our past lives is a spiritual journey of self-discovery. Do we step forward or go another way? It is up to us. The path we tread is our choice.Paul Williamson shares his experiences based on his work as a past life therapist. He has been doing past life regression work professionally for over 33 years.BioReincarnation is a subject that has fascinated me from the time I first became familiar with it as a teenager.I was born in Australia and spent my years growing up in the country town of Bathurst in NSW and then my teenage years in the desert city of Broken Hill. From a young age, I was very interested in religion, and although I was brought up as a Church of England Christian, I could never quite feel at ease with that as my faith.Then, when I was 18, having moved to Sydney, I was listening to the radio one Sunday night when I heard a broadcast by the Theosophical Society. For the first time, I heard comprehensive accounts about the concepts of reincarnation, karma and the evolution of the soul, and at once this felt like ‘coming home' and was the beginning of a life-long dedication to this subject.From my teenage years, I was interested in alternative views of society, and as I moved into my 20s, I learnt meditation, started exploring self-development workshops and became fascinated by the New Age Spiritual community in Scotland called the Findhorn Foundation. In the north of NSW, there was an offshoot community connected to Findhorn, called ‘Homeland' and I became inspired by the ideals of people living from their hearts, attuning to the ‘God' within and building a world where this would be the norm. When I was 24, I left Australia to stay at Findhorn. I then travelled through Europe, but eventually returned to Findhorn to live at NewBold House. Here I learnt to lead personal development workshops and my interest in the mind and our souls increased.From my wish to go deeper into this, I trained in Hypnotherapy to learn past life regression and in 1988, I became a qualified Hypnotherapist. Having left NewBold House, I then set out to earn my living as a self-employed therapist, leading workshops and conducting individual therapy sessions with people. In the 1990s I trained with Dr Roger Woolger for 3 years, and became inspired by his teachings on Past Life Therapy. I also formed a healing group with Marjorie Wilson and learnt about Spiritual Channelling and Healing.From there, I wrote books, and until now, have had 8 of my books published. In recent times, I have studied the works of Dr Michael Newton and completed my training with the Newton Institute to become a qualified Life Between Lives Therapist. In recent years, I have been travelling internationally to a variety of locations, mainly between Australia and the UK. I have been attending Mind Body Spirit festivals giving talks and offering introductory experiences of Past Life regressions. In addition to these festivals, I have been offering soul based workshops for groups, and facilitating individual sessions. I am now in the process of setting up a working partnership called ‘Soul Pathways', with my colleague, Dee Gutierrez. Our aims are to provide widespread services to help people awaken to who they are as souls.Paul's work bases: My work is being done online, both as individual sessions and workshops for small groups. I am keen to maintain my contacts in Australia, the UK and beyond. So please contact me if you feel a need for my services.Paul's qualifications: I have been practicing past life regression professionally for 32 years. I am a qualified hypnotherapist and a member of the UKGHE. In the early 1990s, I completed a 3-year practitioner course in Past Life Therapy with Dr Roger Woolger. Also, during that decade, I qualified as a Healer member of the National Federation of Spiritual Healers. More recently, n 2012, I became a registered practitioner of Life Between Lives Therapy, with the Newton Institute. I am comprehensively insured for all the work that I do, and have international insurance.https://www.amazon.com/Past-Lives-Evolution-Paul-Williamson-ebook/dp/B0B1N3GQ9M/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1659704188&sr=1-1https://soulhypnotherapy.com/https://www.pastliveshypnosis.co.uk/https://www.patreon.com/pastlivespodcast

The V8 Sleuth Podcast
Ep. 224 - Q&A: V8 SuperStars shows, Brock's forgotten Sierra, Larko's lost NZ win

The V8 Sleuth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 58:43


You've asked, we're answering! Aaron Noonan and Stefan Bartholomaeus tackle your questions in a Q&A edition of the V8 Sleuth Podcast powered by Repco.Some of the topics we tackle in this episode thanks to your questions:- The subsequent history of the T8 chassis that copped a wheel in the windscreen at Bathurst in ‘05- The forgotten Peter Brock Sierra- The prospect of episodes of V8 SuperStars being released on DVD and whether the show would work in 2022- Whether the lack of Supercars scandals in the mainstream media is a good or bad thing- What ‘twin spring' setups were all about- Teams that scored championship hat-tricks where different drivers did the winning- How we'll treat Gen3 chassis histories given their more modular design- And plenty more!V8 Sleuth Superstore: https://superstore.v8sleuth.com.au/Win Sandown Supercars tickets: https://www.v8sleuth.com.au/sandown-comp/#BringBackTheSandown500

CruxCasts
Callinex Mines (CNX) - Technical Analysis & Due Diligence

CruxCasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 43:32


Callinex Mines Inc. is a Canadian mineral exploration and development company advancing its portfolio of copper, zinc, gold and silver-rich deposits located in the Flin Flon, Bathurst and Buchans mining districts. The high-grade copper, gold, silver and zinc deposit of the company, the aptly named Rainbow deposit has recently been delineated after its discovery in 2020. The Rainbow deposit forms part of the company's Pine Bay project which is located near the border of Manitoba and Saskatchewan. 

The V8 Sleuth Podcast
Ep. 223 - Repco Supercars Weekly: Key Bathurst pairings locked in

The V8 Sleuth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 7:46


V8 Sleuth's Aaron Noonan runs through the key news from the Repco Supercars Championship this week ahead of this weekend's OTR SuperSprint at The Bend.The Garage: https://www.repco.com.au/thegarageWin Sandown Supercars tickets: https://www.v8sleuth.com.au/sandown-comp/

Sky Sports Radio's Big Sports Breakfast

Leading horse trainer talks about his chances at Bathurst today plus an insight into the trial form of "Icebath"

Sport Radio - Australia
Inside Supercars -Show 398 Part 2 - Declan Fraser

Sport Radio - Australia

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 15:00


Declan Fraser has taken the lead in the Super 2 championship following a solid Townsville performance. He is also preparing to race with childhood hero Craig Lowndes at the Bathurst 1000..

Bats and Balls Podcast
310 - Majsport, NRL , Supercoach, F1, Supercars, Soccer, Rugby, AFL

Bats and Balls Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 75:18


The Producer had to call on Maybo coming fresh off a suspension to help go through all the sport this week. First off, we are joined by Maj from Majsport (DESI_STIG_) who talks to The Producer about the Livestream and The Ferrari Cup which was held at Bathurst last weekend. You can find the video on our website or look for Majsport on YouTube. If you see the livestream let him know Bats and Balls sent you. Please give Majsport a like and subscribe using the link below. https://www.youtube.com/user/majsport In the NRL the Eels got belted by a very committed Bulldogs team. Have the Bulldogs turned the corner or were the Eels just flat. The Panther still holds the Bats and Balls Belt. Can anyone take it off them? Maybos Broncos just keep finding ways to win. AFL is getting very tight up the top of the ladder and if results go the way they should this week only 1 game could separate 1st to 7th on the ladder. Who can keep their form on the run to the finals? Maybo and The Producer then talk about F1, Supercars, Socceroos, Super Rugby Final between the Blues and the Crusaders before we wrap the show up. 0:00:00 – Majsport 0:32:00 – NRL 0:57:00 – NRL Supercoach 1:00:00 – F1, Supercars, Socceroos, Super Rugby 1:05:00 – AFL Twitter - @batsandballspod Brendan - @The Producer05 Josh - @PiesJosh Colbee - @colbee6ref Mendy - @BigMendy180 Darren - @Dazza_20 Erik - @ErikNielsen2759 Part of the Always Up Network Always Up Network - @AlwaysUpNetwork  #AUN Email - batsandballspodcast@gmail.com facebook.com/batsandballspodcast http://batsandballspodcast.com/