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Rossi had his physical and attended the IndyCar drivers meeting. Hinch is back on the road with Weller, and Thim is getting readyt for a birthday party. The off season is a truly fascinating time.+++Off Track is part of the SiriusXM Sports Podcast Network. If you enjoyed this episode and want to hear more, please give a 5-star rating and leave a review. Subscribe today wherever you stream your podcasts.Want some Off Track swag? Check out our store!Check out our website, www.askofftrack.comSubscribe to our YouTube Channel.Want some advice? Send your questions in for Ask Alex to AskOffTrack@gmail.comFollow us on Twitter at @askofftrack. Or individually at @Hinchtown, @AlexanderRossi, and @TheTimDurham.
It's Hinch's birthdays, so the guys talk all about birthdays and birthday parties. Spoiler alert, Rossi's birthday parties as a kid were no fun.+++Off Track is part of the SiriusXM Sports Podcast Network. If you enjoyed this episode and want to hear more, please give a 5-star rating and leave a review. Subscribe today wherever you stream your podcasts.Want some Off Track swag? Check out our store!Check out our website, www.askofftrack.comSubscribe to our YouTube Channel.Want some advice? Send your questions in for Ask Alex to AskOffTrack@gmail.comFollow us on Twitter at @askofftrack. Or individually at @Hinchtown, @AlexanderRossi, and @TheTimDurham.
Tim and Tom are joined by Benjamin Durand and Andy Pyrah on the show this week, founders of LKYSUNZ, the Formula One team hopefuls. They have raised over $1 billion and have a mission to not only enter Formula 1 as a new team but bring in a host of expertise from Africa and Asia as well as other under represented markets. They've already had an entry rejected by the FIA, something they certainly don't agree with. Will they have another go? Will they buy an existing team? They're certainly talking to some, will they go into Formula E or WEC, or all of the above? Let's jump in and find out as Tom and I have a fascinating chat with 2 pioneering, disrupters, looking to make their mark in Formula One. I hope you enjoy the show and if you've got any questions feel free to get in touch through our socials or send a voicenote to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll respond in a future episode.Find us: https://linktr.ee/_motormouth Download our App:iOS - https://apple.co/3scnns2Android - https://bit.ly/3cf9yU2More here: https://linktr.ee/_motormouth Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Jesse starts the pod by talking about Michael Rubin's recent comments about the hobby (3:02). Then, he is joined by Doug Caskey from Mojobreak to talk about what it's like to own a card shop right now (13:17). Later, he is joined by Jason Flynn from Soccer Cards United to break down the soccer and Formula One card markets (30:07). Finally, Jesse answers your mailbag questions (1:05:13). Host: Jesse Gibson Guests: Doug Caskey and Jason Flynn Associate Producer: Carlos Chiriboga Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The UN Chief Antonio Guterres has told the opening of the COP28 Climate Summit in Dubai that this year is set to be the warmest on record – and urged world leaders to act. The summit is hosted by the United Arab Emirates, one of the world's top oil-producing nations, with oil boss Sultan al-Jaber overseeing the summit. Jaber promised financial support for developing countries., saying the UAE “would unlock finance to ensure the global south does not have to choose between development and climate action”. Elon Musk- the billionaire owner of X (formerly Twitter) - says the advertisers who are boycotting the platform will kill the company. In an interview at the New York Times DealBook Summit, Mr Musk launched into a rant full of expletives against the advertisers who have quit the platform in a row over alleged anti-semitic content. And, the British sports brand Castore says it has raised $183M, from a trio of private equity investors, boosting the sportswear maker's value to $1.2B. The company has deals with the likes of tennis player Sir Andy Murray, Formula One's Red Bull team, the England Test cricket squad, and several English Premier League football clubs. It hopes to compete with the established brands, such as Nike and Adidas.
Alex hosted an all-Canadian Thanksgiving, Thim watched someone get kicked off a flight, and the guys go over the latest finished season of Formula 1 racing.+++Off Track is part of the SiriusXM Sports Podcast Network. If you enjoyed this episode and want to hear more, please give a 5-star rating and leave a review. Subscribe today wherever you stream your podcasts.Want some Off Track swag? Check out our store!Check out our website, www.askofftrack.comSubscribe to our YouTube Channel.Want some advice? Send your questions in for Ask Alex to AskOffTrack@gmail.comFollow us on Twitter at @askofftrack. Or individually at @Hinchtown, @AlexanderRossi, and @TheTimDurham.
Sports Media Watch editor and founder Jon Lewis and Sports Business Journal managing editor/digital Austin Karp discuss the college football pregame wars; the viewership number for Michigan-Ohio State; the NFL's Thanksgiving Day ratings; Black Friday viewership; NBA In-Season Tournament; Formula One viewership and more. You can subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, and more. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Geezers Of Gear is growing, and super excited to be adding a new team member in the role of Producer. And not just any old producer, but the one and only Sarah "Just Birnie" Birnie. With a history in both Formula One and Concert Touring, Sarah recently started her own social media influencer business from an island in Greece. Now, she's helping to share our guest's stories to the world as we grow Geezers Of Gear. This episode is brought to you by and .
We finally got Robbie Wickens back on to continue his conversation with Hinch and take us through his championship winning season with Bryan Herta Autosport.+++Off Track is part of the SiriusXM Sports Podcast Network. If you enjoyed this episode and want to hear more, please give a 5-star rating and leave a review. Subscribe today wherever you stream your podcasts.Want some Off Track swag? Check out our store!Check out our website, www.askofftrack.comSubscribe to our YouTube Channel.Want some advice? Send your questions in for Ask Alex to AskOffTrack@gmail.comFollow us on Twitter at @askofftrack. Or individually at @Hinchtown, @AlexanderRossi, and @TheTimDurham.
In the Arete Coach Podcast episode 1154 "Formula One and the Art of Leadership: Lessons from the Track," host Severin Sorensen explores the dynamic world of Formula One (F1) racing and its parallels to business leadership and management. Drawing upon his experience as an executive coach and his personal experience from attending the Las Vegas Grand Prix, Sorensen delves into how the high-stakes, fast-paced nature of F1 racing mirrors the challenges faced in the corporate world. He emphasizes the importance of precision, strategy, and innovation, demonstrating how these key aspects of F1 are integral to successful business leadership. The discussion highlights how the meticulous preparation, team dynamics, and relentless pursuit of excellence in F1 provide valuable insights for executives and leaders in various industries. Throughout the episode, Sorensen touches on a range of topics that align the worlds of F1 racing and business leadership, from the critical role of teamwork and communication within F1 teams to the impact of technology and research and development in the sport. He discusses the significance of data-driven decision-making, risk management, and adaptability, underscoring their relevance in both the racing and business environments. The podcast also sheds light on the importance of brand building, customer engagement, and creating memorable experiences, drawing lessons from the F1 teams' approach. Sorensen's reflections offer a unique perspective on leadership, emphasizing the parallels between the high-octane world of Formula One racing and the strategic, operational, and managerial facets of running a successful business. Topics explored include: Parallels between F1 racing and business leadership.The role of innovation and continuous improvement in F1.Teamwork, communication, and collaboration in F1 teams.The importance of data-driven decision-making and strategy in F1.Lessons in brand building and marketing from F1 teams.Risk management and adaptability in the F1 environment.The impact of technology and R&D in F1.The significance of customer engagement and fan experience in F1.Insights into F1 teams' structure, conduct, and performance.Personal narratives and experiences of F1 drivers and teams. "Success in F1 is about clarity of roles, trust among team members and flawless execution." The Arete Coach Podcast seeks to explore the art and science of executive coaching. You can find out more about this podcast at aretecoach.io. This episode was produced on November 24, 2023. Copyright © 2023 by Arete Coach™ LLC. All rights reserved.
In this week's Scale Your Sales Podcast episode, my guest is Mark Gallagher, the Founder of Performance Insights Ltd. Mark is the Founder and Managing Director of Performance Insights, a former Senior Executive with Jordan Grand Prix, Red Bull Racing, and Cosworth Formula 1 racing organizations. A public speaker, broadcaster, and an author who has worked in the high-performance world of F1 racing for over 40 years. In this episode, Mark shares his experience in selling commercial sponsorship in the fast-paced and ever-evolving world of Formula One. He discusses how the business model has shifted from solely selling commercial sponsorship to now diversifying into selling technology across various industries such as service, aerospace, healthcare, defense, space, and energy. This expansion has opened exciting opportunities and created additional revenue streams. He also discusses the impact of influential figures like Lewis Hamilton and initiatives like Accelerate 2025 at Mercedes Benz F1 team, which have promoted diversity within the industry. Don't miss this opportunity to gain a competitive edge and stay ahead in the ever-evolving world of business. Welcome to Scale Your Sales Podcast, Mark Gallagher. Timestamps: 04:40 – Diversity and inclusion initiative for underrepresented demographics in Formula One. 07:43 – Diverse perspective fosters innovation, success, and satisfaction. 12:53 – Sales success relies on customer-centric decisions. 15:39 – McLaren's CEO emphasizes customer-focused business approach. 20:59 – Transitioning from media to commercial operations successfully. 23:18 – Passion led to unconventional but successful career. 26:36 – Online gaming targets young generations, expands sponsorships. https://www.facebook.com/PerformanceInsightsF1 https://www.instagram.com/_markgallagher https://twitter.com/_markgallagher https://www.linkedin.com/in/markgallagherf1/ Janice B Gordon is the award-winning Customer Growth Expert and Scale Your Sales Framework founder. She is by LinkedIn Sales 15 Innovating Sales Influencers to Follow 2021, the Top 50 Global Thought Leaders and Influencers on Customer Experience Nov 2020 and 150 Women B2B Thought Leaders You Should Follow in 2021. Janice helps companies worldwide to reimagine revenue growth through customer experience and sales. Book Janice to speak virtually at your next event https://janicebgordon.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/janice-b-gordon/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/JaniceBGordon Scale Your Sales Podcast: https://scaleyoursales.co.uk/podcast More on the blog https://scaleyoursales.co.uk/blog Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/janicebgordon Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ScaleYourSal...
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From the Formula 1 race's impressive reception, interaction with celebrities, to the commendable staff that made it all possible – we've got it all covered. We are joined by the charismatic Vegas Pauly C, a popular Vegas content creator, who offers his unique perspective on the Formula One race. We also touch upon the intriguing world of social media influencing, as Paul Contino candidly shares how he juggles between his personal life and online persona. We delve into the reactions and after-effects of the Formula One Las Vegas Grand Prix. We confess our initial frustrations around the event's construction and the surrounding negative media coverage. However, the actual experience of the event turned our view on its head! Pauly C ShowPauly C on TikTokPauly C on Instagram HOTWORX has so many benefits! The sauna combines heat, infrared, and exercise. More workout, less time. Tell them the VEGAS REVEALED PODCAST sent you & they will waive the $99 sign up fee!Locations: JONES & RUSSELL, BOCA PARK SUMMERLIN, HENDERSON BLACK MOUNTAIN, CENTENNIAL HILLS, DURANGO & SUNSET, W. TROPICANA & FT. APACHE, EASTERN & PEBBLE, SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS VegasNearMe App If it's fun to do or see, it's on VegasNearMe. Support the showFollow us on Instagram: @vegas.revealedFollow us on Twitter: @vegasrevealedFollow us on TikTok: @vegas.revealedWebsite: Vegas-Revealed.com
The hosts discuss the challenges of frequent travel and high costs associated with events like Formula One and the Super Bowl in Las Vegas. They also share their own experiences leaving companies due to ineffective managers and emphasize the importance of mentorship and learning from experienced leaders. The importance of transparency during the interview process, conversations with managers about goals and aspirations, fair compensation, and avoiding companies with poor tools or practices is also highlighted. Lastly, the hosts reflect on the importance of actions and decisions for a positive work environment.
On this week's Cut to the Race, Oli hosts a mid-week show with Abby and James to discuss the key things to look out for in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix - the 2023 season finale. Whilst Red Bull have secured the Constructors' Championship, there are still positions to play for. Mercedes and Ferrari have in a close battle with only four points between them. The panel debate which team will come out on top based on their seasons so far before discussing the unknown of McLaren vs Aston Martin; McLaren have improved a lot in the second half of the season whilst Aston Martin fell away, but recent results could say otherwise. The trio share their thoughts and then decide how the four-way battle between Williams, AlphaTauri, Alfa Romeo and Haas will go. Next up, the panel debate the Drivers' Standings as there is a four-way battle for P4 in the championship, which gets some mixed opinions on who will come out on top. Keep listening to hear Oli's, Abby's and James' hot takes for the 2023 Formula One season finale this weekend. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The holiday week is a good time to share a couple of interviews about new items on Zouk's patio and the first expansion of The Golden Steer in decades. Al, Gemini and Rich share several restaurant experiences in the past week, including yet another great breakfast place and a 'Spukie,' a Chicago-inspirated Polish dog and Italian Beef. And Al shares the Facebook post that inspired hundreds of shares and likes: his 'post-game' comments on Formula One's visit to Las Vegas, and what F1 needs to do to make it a more inclusive experience. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Everyone's pretty tired from Vegas, as they recap the inaugural running of the Las Vegas Grand Prix.+++Off Track is part of the SiriusXM Sports Podcast Network. If you enjoyed this episode and want to hear more, please give a 5-star rating and leave a review. Subscribe today wherever you stream your podcasts.Want some Off Track swag? Check out our store!Check out our website, www.askofftrack.comSubscribe to our YouTube Channel.Want some advice? Send your questions in for Ask Alex to AskOffTrack@gmail.comFollow us on Twitter at @askofftrack. Or individually at @Hinchtown, @AlexanderRossi, and @TheTimDurham.
Dr. Mario Felice Tecce received his M.D. and PhD. at the University of Naples, Italy, and is currently full professor of Biochemistry at University of Salerno. Besides his molecular research about cancer mechanisms, he explored race car driving as a major reference paradigm of pursuing the best and of free will exercise. Having a strong interest and deep passion for car racing, he analyzed Formula One seasons of the last 50 years and suggests that race car driving can be a major example of general life choices between good and bad in a joint competition to pursue the best possible. This episode is part of our HISTORY OF MOTORSPORTS SERIES and is sponsored in part by: The International Motor Racing Research Center (IMRRC), The Society of Automotive Historians (SAH), The Watkins Glen Area Chamber of Commerce, and the Argetsinger Family - and was recorded in front of a live studio audience. ======================================================================== Check out our membership program and go VIP at: https://www.patreon.com/gtmotorsports Other cool stuff: https://linkin.bio/grantouringmotorsports GTM = Years of racing, wrenching and Motorsports experience brings together a top notch collection of knowledge, stories and information. #everyonehasastory #gtmbreakfix - gtmotorsports.org
Alanis, Elizabeth and Nolan recap the Las Vegas Grand Prix. From the insane ticket prices, disturbances to the locals and a fumbled free practice session, things were looking sketchy for the Vegas GP…but boy did it deliver! Who had the best drives? What was the race like in person? And which hosts can't ride a bike? We're gonna find out. 00:00 Intro 01:41 Alanis & Liz were in Vegas 05:30 Practice 10:33 Qualifying 15:20 Preparing for the Race 18:01 The Race 35:27 Results 38:22 Boyfriend of the Week 42:34 How to make sprint races fun (Listener Mail) 43:48 Outro Order Alanis' and Elizabeth's new book, Racing with Rich Energy, here: https://www.richenergybook.com/ Cook your way through the Formula One calendar with Elizabeth's new series, Grand Prix Gastronomy https://grandprixgastronomy.substack.com/ Follow Donut Racing Show on Twitter @donutracingshow Email us email@example.com Follow Nolan on IG @nolanjsykes Follow Alanis on IG & Twitter @alanisnking and YouTube @alanisking Follow Elizabeth on IG @elizablackstock and on Twitter @Eliz_blackstock Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sky Sports F1 presenter Rachel Brookes travels the globe on the F1 circuit, and has in her own words 'the best job in the world that she wouldn't change for anything!' From interviewing the likes of Lewis Hamilton in their most emotional post race moments, to lugging her suitcases around Abu Dhabi, Rachel has a story or two to tell, which she's more than happy to share with Jason and Dave on the this latest edition of the podcast!
Prepare for an exhilarating joyride through the thrilling F1 Las Vegas Grand Prix, as we unpack all the drama and highlights of one of the best races of the season. You won't want to miss our in-depth analysis of the unexpected track readiness issues, the game-changing Netflix Cup, and the raw emotions from the drivers. Strap in for a blow-by-blow account of the nail-biting qualifying rounds, the adrenaline-pumping race that saw Verstappen push the boundaries, and the strategic pit stops that turned the tide.As we rev our engines for the much-anticipated Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2023, we offer you an all-access pass into the potential battles for positions, the championship implications, and the special test day for young drivers. Amidst the controversies surrounding the Las Vegas Grand Prix, we share an interesting perspective from a fan on the potential impact of the colder weather on the race. With our unique insights into the world of F1 racing, you're sure to be on the edge of your seat from start to finish. Buckle up for an unforgettable journey into the heart of F1 racing!Support the show
The Sporting Tribune's Arash Markazi is joined by Steve Carp and Fredo Cervantes to talk about Formula One taking over the Las Vegas Strip, the struggles of the Raiders and USC and UNLV's surprising season. Host: Arash Markazi Producer: Ji Hae Wiley Subscribe: Spotify / Apple Podcasts / Stitcher/ RSS And do not forget to follow or subscribe to The Arash Markazi Show on Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, TuneIn, & I Heart Radio. Also check out his daily columns on themorningcolumn.com and The Sporting Tribune. Music Credit: Alright by Kendrick Lamar Humble by Kendrick Lamar I Get Around by 2Pac To Live and Die in L.A. by 2Pac Social Media: Instagram & Twitter: @thesportingtrib
Randall Cannon is a freelance journalist and author. His first book, Stardust International Raceway, explored the convergence of organized crime influences and motorsports interests in the international capital of legalized gambling, Las Vegas. Cannon's current offering, Caesars Palace Grand Prix, drills even more deeply into that nexus while also tracing the threads of history that culminated in the only Formula One events to date in that unique city. Mr. Cannon will present at the Symposium from that research, as well as the incremental steps forward from Caesars Palace that will result in the return of F1 to that destination mecca of gambling, the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix. This episode is part of our HISTORY OF MOTORSPORTS SERIES and is sponsored in part by: The International Motor Racing Research Center (IMRRC), The Society of Automotive Historians (SAH), The Watkins Glen Area Chamber of Commerce, and the Argetsinger Family - and was recorded in front of a live studio audience. ======================================================================== Check out our membership program and go VIP at: https://www.patreon.com/gtmotorsports Other cool stuff: https://linkin.bio/grantouringmotorsports GTM = Years of racing, wrenching and Motorsports experience brings together a top notch collection of knowledge, stories and information. #everyonehasastory #gtmbreakfix - gtmotorsports.org
Our good friend and IndyCar Spotter Bobby Dalzell joined us to take us through what makes a good spotter.+++Off Track is part of the SiriusXM Sports Podcast Network. If you enjoyed this episode and want to hear more, please give a 5-star rating and leave a review. Subscribe today wherever you stream your podcasts.Want some Off Track swag? Check out our store!Check out our website, www.askofftrack.comSubscribe to our YouTube Channel.Want some advice? Send your questions in for Ask Alex to AskOffTrack@gmail.comFollow us on Twitter at @askofftrack. Or individually at @Hinchtown, @AlexanderRossi, and @TheTimDurham.
Cruise down memory lane as we rev the engines with Richard Jenkins, the author of a riveting book on the Tyrrell Racing Organization. Richard gives us a peek under the hood of his meticulously researched tome, shedding light on the enigmatic Ken Tyrrell, an assertive timber merchant who transformed his passion for racing into a championship-winning legacy. Buckle up for an exciting ride as we unpack Tyrrell's trailblazing innovations, including the six-wheeled car, the fan car, and the high nose concept, all of which left indelible tire marks on the race tracks.But that's not all. We also take a detour into the electrifying world of Formula One, with heart-thumping discussions about the race in Las Vegas and the 100 millionth Ford Fairmont. We then switch gears to explore the story of General Motors' electric car, the EV1, and pay tribute to the enduring legacy of the legendary designer Larry Shinoda. We also get a look at the popular feature 'This Week In Auto History' presented by Konra DeLong.So, gear up for a turbocharged conversation every Saturday morning, and make sure you don't miss any pit stops in the latest car news with us. The green flag drops at 8 am central on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitch, and our In-Wheel Time Car Talk Show also gets a full tank on Apple Podcasts.Lupe Tortilla, sponsor Tailpipes & Tacos Lupe Tortilla in Katy, Texas, is host to the quarterly Saturday morning cruise-in!Sponsored by Gulf Coast Auto Shield Paint protection and more!Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.---- ----- Want more In Wheel Time Car Talk any time? In Wheel Time Car Talk is now available on iHeart Radio! Just go to iheart.com/InWheelTimeCarTalk where ever you are.----- -----Be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcast provider for the next episode of In Wheel Time Car Talk and check out our live broadcast every Saturday, 8a-11aCT simulcasting on iHeart Radio, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Twitch and InWheelTime.com.In Wheel Time Car Talk can be heard on you mobile device from providers such as:Apple Podcasts, Pandora Podcast, Amazon Music Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, iHeart Radio podcast, TuneIn + Alexa, Podcast Addict, Castro, Castbox and more on your mobile device.Follow InWheelTime.com for the latest updates!Twitter: https://twitter.com/InWheelTimeInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/inwheeltime/https://www.iheart.com/live/in-wheel-time-car-talk-9327/https://www.youtube.com/inwheeltimehttps://www.Facebook.com/InWheelTimeFor more information about In Wheel Time Car Talk, email us at firstname.lastname@example.orgTags: In Wheel Time, automotive car talk show, car talk, Live car talk show, In Wheel Time Car Talk
Serving Aces, Conversations with Alexandra Stevenson and co-host Hugues Laverdière discuss Novak Djokovic and his ATP tour Championship win on Sunday. They talk about how his forehand went to another level from Wimbledon, Cincinnati, and the US Open - to now. They take apart his majestic serve - 70 percent first serves and 64 percent second serves against Jannick Sinner in the Finals. Ougi's corner talks about how to handle nerves with breathing. Ougi talks how you display confidence on the tennis court. Alexandra discusses her Olympian Russian Wrestling coach - who taught her to breathe during Wimbledon 1999 - when she went from qualifying to the semifinals. Alexandra discusses Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift - and how Kelce is now a fashion question mark with his style. Vogue says he has stepped it up and he is looking for another fashion level. Look for Travis and Taylor to team up for fashion ads, for sure. Alexandra explores the Las Vegas Formula One Race with superstar Max Verstappen, the the best Formula One racer - he's won everything. He's 26 year old. Belgian-Dutch, but races under the Dutch flag, with Red Bull racing. Tennis Players Tommy Paul and Taylor Fritz showed up in Vegas. They brought their Instagram-influencer girl friends. Justin Bieber showed up. Big stars - all to see Max. Alexandra teaches Ougi the Max Verstappen theme song - a song her teenage tennis students sing. Shout out to Deion Sanders. Alexandra says she believes - and Coach Prime never gives up. Novak gets the Podcast quote: "I am grateful to life."
We know it's Thanksgiving Week and plenty of people are off for the entire week but not US FRIENDS WE'RE HERE AND READY TO GO! We recap the weekend it was as Formula One invaded Las Vegas + the Sphere has BIG plans for it's next residency!
(airdate: 11.20.23) Taylor Swift won a bunch of Billboard Music Awards last night, now she's tied for the most with Drake. Tonight, David Letterman will return to CBS and the Late Show as a guest on Colbert for the first time since he left. Tim Allen thinks a Home Improvement "Grand Kids" edition might be in the works. And all the stars turned out for the utrla sexy Formula One race in Vegas over the weekend, even Heidi Klum who was topless under her jacket...the girls were on display. And @HalleBerry Listen to the daily Van Camp and Morgan radio show at: AltBossGold.com 92.5TheBlock TRIK FM RockPartyRadio RiverRatRadio The Mix614 Sunny105 Souldies.com KTahoe.com RetroFM 941now.com ZFunHundred Tucka56Radio.com AmericaOneRadio.com TheMix96.com 100az.live Audacy Lite99Orlando.com PlayFMOnline.com Free99EastTexasRadio FrontierCountryOnline.com Hits247fm.com BossBossRadio.com Hot977FM.com CountryBarnyardRadio.com B98KC.com That70sChannel.com iHeartMedia Boss90sNow.com CoolJamzRadio GenerationsX.com MagicRadio.rebelmediagroup.us BossCountryRadio.com Retro80sRadio24/7 NCMCountry OasisRadio Z89.3 StarHit1FM 925The Block 247TheSound.com WMQL War Zone Radio WRSR The Rooster DCXRocks FusionRadio Mix96.1 106.5TrisJamz BigRadio.online 389country.com Power104 find us at: VanCampAndMorgan.com
Juliet and Amanda take a well-deserved victory lap because Travis Kelce revealed to The Wall Street Journal that Taylor Swift did, in fact, text him first (0:30)! Then they talk about the new season of 'The Crown' and how it tackles Princess Diana's final weeks (11:09), the many celeb sightings at the Formula One race in Las Vegas (26:45), and more! Hosts: Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins Producer: Sasha Ashall Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
#VegasReport: Sphere watches the whole Grand Prix with a gigantic smile as Vegas adds the dynamo Max Verstappen and Formula One racing for the next ten years. #PacificWatch: @JCBliss https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2023/nov/19/formula-one-las-vegas-grand-prix-report-max-verstappen?ref=upstract.com 1957 Italy
We are coming to you this week from the The Space! Monday's Dark happens every other Monday in Las Vegas. It's when local performers come out and entertain for charity. There's always a theme! Creator, Mark Shunock, is planning a big party at the Palms on December 11th. Mark is also a host for Top Rank, he hosts in-game entertainment for the Vegas Golden Knights, and owns The Space. We talk charity, live entertainment, F1's inaugural race and more! Mark also helps us with this week's Vegas Tips.Monday's Dark TicketsHOTWORX has so many benefits! The sauna combines heat, infrared, and exercise. More workout, less time. Tell them the VEGAS REVEALED PODCAST sent you & they will waive the $99 sign up fee!Locations: JONES & RUSSELL, BOCA PARK SUMMERLIN, HENDERSON BLACK MOUNTAIN, CENTENNIAL HILLS, DURANGO & SUNSET, W. TROPICANA & FT. APACHE, EASTERN & PEBBLE, SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS VegasNearMe App If it's fun to do or see, it's on VegasNearMe. Support the showFollow us on Instagram: @vegas.revealedFollow us on Twitter: @vegasrevealedFollow us on TikTok: @vegas.revealedWebsite: Vegas-Revealed.com
Formula One is in Las Vegas for the Grand Prix racing event this weekend... KSL NewsRadio's Carlos Artiles Fortun is in Las Vegas with what to expect from the race and what has already happened this weekend.
Hour 1 - Mike Opelka in for Rich again. Is winking acceptable? For all the climate hysteria, there really haven't been any bad storms this hurricane season. Is Zeoli's pizza oven the cause of our climate crisis? Formula One racing in Vegas took a hit after a car blew up after race officials did not secure manhole covers to the ground. But they are partnering with Porsche and looking to develop an alternative fuel that isn't electric. All these celebrities are threatening to leave the U.S. if Trump is re-elected. Who cares? Snoop Dogg is giving up “smoke.” This is very much a marketing ploy for something marijuana knowing Snoop Daniel Turner, Director of Power the Future, joins the show to give us a breakdown of what actually happened at APEC this past week and the climate policies that will be adopted as a result of this meeting. The climate change system works the same as communism because the elite and powerful don't have to play the same rules as everybody else. Did China have to give up anything? No, Biden took all the blame for the “climate crisis” and let China off the hook. 23 of 25 of the most polluted cities in the world belong to China, while the other two are India's, so why are we taking all the blame and being the victim? Hour 2 - Kaitlyn Jenner is back in the news. Why? Well, she used a word online that is now frowned upon. But she spelled it wrong and the internet is letting her know. Michael Rapoport is in the news as well for saying he might vote for Donald Trump. OOOOOOOOOOOOOH Look at me! Where do we stand on self-checkout if you have over 20 items? Walmart and Costco are removing their self-scanners over backlash? Huh? Self Checkout discussion is hot as the phones blow up over the issue. Target has rolled out Pride Santa and LGBTQ nutcrackers, just continuing to pander. Why? Santa is already for everybody on the Nice List! Anheuser Busch has fired another marketing executive after they still have not recovered from the Dylan Mulvaney fiasco. Teasing the coming hour. Hour 3: Drive @ 5 - Sergeant Betsy Smith of the National Police Association joins us to break down the history of the Thin Blue Line, the banning of it in Springfield Township and how that came to be, and other attack against the symbol across the nation. What will come of that? More on Sergeant Smith's background as well. The Mainstream Media is panicking as they have a floundering candidate with an even worse one waiting in the wings, so they have no choice but to turn up the hateful rhetoric. So Johnathan Karl is doing his part by releasing a book that has the sole intention of swaying voters away from Trump in 2024. The Philadelphia Marathon will take place this weekend with a new non-binary category. How do you qualify for that? Mike is calling BS on CNN as they go after him ahead of the election next year. One of his former staffers says he skipped an evangelical campaign event in Iowa, but have they forgotten he had sister's funeral? Which Presidents have had encounters with UFOs? Hour 4 - The Zeoli Show in-house economist Dr. EJ Antoni joins us to end the show and details how he's using the White House's own numbers to point out how poorly they handled the economy and the continued gaslighting of citizens that things aren't that bad. Terrible energy policies have crippled us but instead we bend the knee to foreign adversaries to pump more oil for us instead of doing it ourselves for cheaper. What is the ‘Death Cross'? Health insurance costs have “dropped” 35% over the last year? No way, find somebody who had their costs dropped at all this year. Donald Trump caused an uproar when he came to a UFC event at Madison Square Garden. Wrapping up early for Penn State basketball.
This is a short bonus preview for a full episode that will come out at the end of November. With Formula One weekend happening in Las Vegas, Jonathan wants to share some thoughts about how it's going for the Plaza and other downtown properties. Here's Jonathan with Jeremy Aguero, founder of Applied Analysis, which played a big part in helping Formula One and the LVCVA make the race happen.
On today's episode #185, the SAG-AFRTA strike ends after nearly four months with some notable concessions from the studios but some concern remaining in the grey area of AI, Formula One (a sport we have probably never covered on this podcast) has to deal with the repercussions of overestimating Vegas attendance and underestimating the savant-like nature of one of their drivers, and the Game of the Year award nominees have been revealed. Plus, Rockstar has an interesting announcement, iPhone might be actually joining the rest of the smart phone world, and Larian Studios has a novel idea - games-playable-on-disc.
Is it ok for tech firms to exploit other people's copyrighted work in order to develop artificial intelligence? AI routinely uses smart-learning to feed off existing internet content to train and develop its algorithms, and in many cases, that's someone's intellectual property. But is there a copyright issue here? One senior UK executive thinks so. Ed Newton-Rex was head of audio at the firm, Stability, which is based in the UK and US. But he's now resigned his post, saying he thought it was "exploitative" for any AI developer to use creative work without consent. The firm IBM has suspended all advertising on the platform X, formerly known as Twitter, after a report said that IBM's ads were being placed next to posts praising Adolf Hitler and Nazism. Practice sessions at the Las Vegas Grand Prix have been disrupted by a manhole cover on the track. Two cars were damaged when a manhole came loose, prompting officials to temporarily suspend practice. The session was later restarted at 4 o-clock in the morning local time. Formula One spent more than six hundred million dollars ($621m) preparing for the race, but it's faced criticism - even from the current world champion, Max Verstappen.
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The NFL's Marissa Solis on the Taylor Swift effect, expanding globally, and the powerful messaging coming for the Super Bowl. Episode TranscriptPlease note, this transcript may contain minor inconsistencies compared to the episode audio.Damian Fowler: (00:01)I'm Damian Fowler.Ilyse Liffreing: (00:02)And I'm Ilyse Liffreing. AndDamian Fowler: (00:03)Welcome to this edition of The Current podcast.Ilyse Liffreing: (00:10)This week we're delighted to talk with Marissa Solis, the SVP of Global and Consumer Marketing for the NFLDamian Fowler: (00:17)In 2021, the NFL recruited Marissa after almost two decades As a marketing leader with PepsiCo, it was an opportunity to influence the league's almost 400 million sports fans around the world.Marissa Solis: (00:32)It's an incredible feeling when the NFL calls and especially with an opportunity to influence the messaging and the marketing of such an incredible platform with so much potential. You know, it's something, an opportunity I can pass up.Damian Fowler: (00:45)I mean, there's no doubt about it that the NFL is one of the most dominant cultural forces in the world. So let's start right there. And we obviously have to start with the NFL's, which recent pop culture boost from Taylor Swift and Travis Kelsey, which is must be a consumer marketer's dream in a way. Could you talk to us about that moment and the opportunity for you as a marketer?Marissa Solis: (01:05)It means a lot when things like this happen and it goes so viral, it just goes to show that the NFL is at the peak of, you know, entertainment. I have to tell you, none of us knew this was not planned. This was not anything that was orchestrated. We had sort of heard the rumors about Travis, you know, going to her concert and then inviting her to the game. But we really didn't know. We didn't know she was gonna show up at the game. And so when it all happened, I mean the power of social media, right within 10 seconds this thing went viral. And for us, you know, we have a social media and influencer arm within the league that are ready at the go when anything happens. So we were able to capitalize and have some fun with the fans. Uh, we created some 1 0 1 football videos for Swifties that had never seen the game before on how you play. But think about all of the NFL fans that don't know who Taylor Swift is. So we also were able to do a little bit of education to some of our NFL fans about who she is. So it's actually been a cultural education for a lot of people and we've had a lot of fun with it. Yeah,Ilyse Liffreing: (02:10)Thank you for clearing that up because I think a lot of rumors circulating was like, oh, the NF L's behind it, they know this happened. Had no idea they a planMarissa Solis: (02:17)Idea. No idea. But I, I think, you know, it's a really good lesson for marketers. Mm-hmm. Culture happens at the speed of light and you just have to be ready. You know, we like to say or think we create culture, but culture is organic and embedded culture just happens and we just happen to be ready at the moment, right? Yeah.Damian Fowler: (02:37)There's no doubt that the Super Bowl is the high point of the year. Curious, are you gonna be using some of these immovable cultural forces like Taylor Swift and Kelsey in your Super Bowl messaging?Marissa Solis: (02:47)You know, we always leveraged the Super Bowl to do some powerful messaging around the joy of the sport, but also how the sport transcends. So last year the message was all around the power of women and what women bring to the sport. And now we're in the Olympics. So you're gonna see some powerful messaging about what the league means to culture. It will be a very powerful message.Ilyse Liffreing: (03:10)On that note, do you have like a favorite Super Bowl ad?Marissa Solis: (03:13)I did not even know you were gonna ask me that by the way. But I have to say, and it's very ironic, my favorite Super Bowl out of all times was actually created by Tim Ellis, who's my boss. He was not at the NFL at the time, he was at Volkswagen and it's the Darth Vader spot. You know, I don't know if you know where the, where the little boy he's playing Darth Vader and at the end the dad turns on the car and he's like, oh my God, I love, love that spot. And when I interviewed with Tim that was like the first thing IDamian Fowler: (03:44)Wanted to just pivot a little bit. I saw an interview in the Hollywood reporter with uh, the NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, who was headlined Hollywood's MVP. And in that piece he talks about how the NFL has embraced streaming, which you know is a topic we talk about a lot. And he was quoted as sayingMarissa Solis: (04:00)TheDamian Fowler: (04:01)Technology's changing, the platforms are changing, the economy is changing and we have to be ahead of that strategy at all times so that we are where our fans are and on the platforms they want to be on. Can you talk to us a little bit about the challengeMarissa Solis: (04:12)AndDamian Fowler: (04:13)Opportunity of these streaming platforms that he's talking aboutMarissa Solis: (04:17)Really more of an opportunity. It really becomes about, like he said, being where our fans are and we know particularly Gen Z, they're not necessarily watching linear tv. They're not spending three and a half hours, you know, watching a game. And so that's why platforms like Google and YouTube and having Sunday ticket on there opens up an incredible way to distribute our content. Also it opens up the power of the creator economy for us because we can leverage a lot of YouTube's creators to create content to attract this audience. You think about all of the different things we've been able to do with that YouTube partnership, every club has a YouTube channel. We have our Spanish language NFL channel. So we've been able to do a lot with Google and YouTube. We also have our Thursday night football partnership with Amazon. So for the first time ever, this is the second year that a Thursday night a big platform game is completely streamed. We're now commanding on average 13 million viewers a week on a streaming platform. That's massive. I don't know if you guys know this, but this will be the first year in history that we create a Black Friday game on Amazon. So first time ever there's a Friday NFL game, it's on Amazon Prime but it's going to be free. So it's not behind the paywall. Anybody can join, anybody can stream it. So we think it's gonna be huge.Damian Fowler: (05:38)That's gonna be huge. Yeah. Wow. Another huge cultural force. AnotherMarissa Solis: (05:42)Huge cultural force. So now you have a Black Friday game, you know, it's a new watching occasion.Ilyse Liffreing: (05:47)What do you think overall about like streaming and live sports coming together and just captivating like whole new audiences? I know with the brand like the NFL, which everybody knows, it's kind of can be hard to like strike a balance between embracing like new preferences and habits of like younger consumers while also then maintaining the authenticity and tradition of a brand as like iconic as the NFL.Marissa Solis: (06:12)Yeah, of course. And it, it is the right balance and the beautiful thing is when you look at linear tv, even though you know you start to see some audiences leave linear, we still command the biggest audiences on linear, right? We just had our largest game ever on Sunday night with 28 million viewers. Now some of that may have been the Travis and Taylor Swift effect, but we're still commanding audiences on linear. However, when you look at the opportunity to do streaming, like I said, direct to consumer, we just launched our direct to consumer platform, NFL plus. And so you can also stream games on your mobile, you can look at statistics, you can look at lifestyle and stories, uh, of the players and really get much more involved in the game than just watching, you know, the traditional three hour game. There's a lot more there to, to see and learn about.Ilyse Liffreing: (07:04)Now part of your remit is to help diversify the marketing for the NFL or as you put it so nicely, future-proof the brand. I have read that 60% of the NFL audience is white and over 35 the America of the future however will be very young and multicultural. So how do you approach this challenge?Marissa Solis: (07:23)I think that stat that you read is probably about two years old and interestingly enough, that was one of the reasons I came to the NFL. In order for us to stay relevant in the future, we have to reflect the audiences that we serve. And as the world gets more multicultural as Gen Z and Jen A as they kind of come into being, we really have to embrace them and bring 'em in. So part of our strategy is to keep the fan base we have, but a big part of our strategy is to extend to those new audiences. So that includes, you know, gen Z and younger audiences, but also multicultural audiences, our Latino audience, our African American and Asian audience, our L-G-B-T-Q community. Like we really need to embrace them and bring them in to engage with a sport in a new way.Damian Fowler: (08:11)Can I just ask, how specifically do you try to engage those different communities?Marissa Solis: (08:16)Yeah, I think it's about meeting them where they are, both from a channel perspective, right? How they're watching, but also understanding how they engage with the game. They all engage with the game very, very differently. You know, our Latino audience is an example. The way they watch, the way they celebrate, the way they tailgate is very, very different. They bring in their traditions and so we wanna celebrate that. We've been doing a lot this year to really highlight Latino players 'cause people don't even realize we have 51 Latino players on the roster playing and each one of them has a very unique and different story. So you know, whether it's Fred Warner from the 49 ERs ERs who's a Mexican descent or young Colombian player, you know, who just got drafted in the league Rodriguez who plays for the Patriots. It's all about kind of bringing to life in a very different way to these audiences, uh, the game. AndIlyse Liffreing: (09:09)One of those audiences is women too. And the NFL has made a big effort towards getting more women involved in the game, both as staff and then as fans. What are some ways you're trying to connect your marketing to women?Marissa Solis: (09:21)Yeah, I think women, you know, are big part of our fan base. Almost 47% of our fan base are women. We have the highest women fan base percent of any league in the country and women love football, right? So it really is about engaging them in the game in a unique way, recognizing not just how they engage and watch the game, but also how they participate. I don't think people realize we have so many women champion players, right? Both flag football but also tackle. I just heard that there was the first ever high school girl that just got a scholarship to play tackle to be the kicker for a college team. So more and more women are participating, they're becoming coaches, trainers, scouts, you know, executives. So it's a great way to kind of see that level of participation. And of course, you know, we have to get back to Taylor and the swifty effect capturing this fan base, right? The swifties as you call them and really having the opportunity to educate them, bring them in, bring kind of that cultural fandom, the lifestyle, whether it's the music, the fashion, the food, all of those things are part of the NFL and part of the sport. So it just makes it richer and and more relevant.Ilyse Liffreing: (10:37)Do you see that Taylor Swift effect, if you will, kind of more as like a flash in the pan or do you think they'll have like a last engagement? Especially with women?Marissa Solis: (10:45)What I think is important for us is that we have a moment in time where swifties, as we call 'em, are paying attention. And so this is our moment to capture them and bring 'em into the sport so that they engage ongoing. Whether the Taylor Swift effect last or doesn't last, we wanna keep that fan base and we'll do so by again being culturally relevant, bringing in their life, their music, their fashion, the way they really wanna engage the game.Damian Fowler: (11:13)The NFL really is a cultural force and a lot of brands look to the NFL as sort of a beacon for sports across the media landscape. You know, I'm wondering how, you know, you approach distribution and partnerships in your marketing and what brands can learn from how you approach it.Marissa Solis: (11:28)I mean, again, it's really about being where the fans are. So every partnership matters, right? And we take every partnership very seriously. And so whether it's a partnership that has a lot of reach so that we reach a massive audience or maybe it's a partnership that will reach somebody different, whether it's in another country or a segment of, you know, the fan base that we haven't reached before. We have a very nascent platform right now as an example called Mundo, NFL. It is a podcast based platform and again, it's reaching a completely new audience and may not be as broad based as, you know, a Google or a YouTube, but it's still important for us 'cause we're reaching that fan base. So it's a balance of reach, very, very targeted, but just making sure that we are offering the content and distributing it out there to, you know, every corner of the fan base as I call it.Damian Fowler: (12:22)What kind of market research do you do to stay ahead of where fans are moving and the kind of things that they want to engage with and how that is evolving? Yeah,Marissa Solis: (12:29)We're very, very engaged in research 24 7, 3, 6 5. The very basic, you know, we do keep a pulse on how the league is doing with fans. We know perception, uh, we measure certain attributes, you know, are we inclusive, are we fun, are we engaging? And we measure them across all those audiences. And that is ongoing, right? In terms of culture, I wish I could tell you the, the formula, there really isn't one. It really is about having a very engaged team. As I mentioned, we have an incredible social and influencer team led by Ian Trombetta, which I gotta give them a shout out. They are incredible. They're in the culture and they hear things and they observe and they do a lot of social listening. And when something like Taylor Swift showing up to the game happens, even though we didn't know about it, they're on it immediately. And I think that's, that's where the success comes from. WhereDamian Fowler: (13:22)Do you find inspiration in, in what's going on in the larger culture?Marissa Solis: (13:26)We like the balance of timeless and timely. You've gotta keep these timeless essence about you that creates your brand, but you also have to be really timely, right? I'll also say what inspires me at our brands with purpose, because we aren't just about the game, we transcend the game. We're such a big platform, we wanna make an impact to communities everywhere and we bring people together. We can uplift, you know, underserved communities. So when I see brands like Patagonia doing things, they aren't for necessarily for the profit of it, they're for the good of the community and the world. Those things inspire me as well.Damian Fowler: (14:04)You have a great deal of responsibility. It's one of the most powerful brands. Do you feel that sense of responsibilityMarissa Solis: (14:09)Every single day? There's so many eyes on the league, anything that happens is talked about. We don't control the players, we don't control. When Taylor shows up to a stadium, we, we don't control it. It is an incredible sense of responsibility to try to at least shape the culture so that, you know, the message is a positive one and we make a positive impact, not a negative impact. So that, that's a tough one. Now,Ilyse Liffreing: (14:36)Earlier this year you announced that NFL expanded its global markets program. Can you tell us a bit about that and then what the marketing opportunity looks like internationally for American football?Marissa Solis: (14:48)Super exciting. This is probably one of the things I'm most excited about, about the league. You know, arguably we're the biggest sports and entertainment entity in the us. Not so much in the world. When you look and see the power of FIFA and, and the power of Formula One, like we want to the number one sports and entertainment entity in the world. Now we've expanded, we have 21 of our clubs have signed international rights in all sorts of countries. So everywhere from Ireland, Africa, you know, Brazil, uh, Spain. And so in the very, very near future, you're gonna start to see more and more international games, more and more of our clubs playing in the global arena. And of course, I I have to mention the Olympics, right? We are now in the Olympics for LA 28, which we'll see, you know, both men and women participating in our sport for the first time across the world. IDamian Fowler: (15:46)Read that you were, you studied to be, uh, an an ambassador.Marissa Solis: (15:50)I did, I did.Damian Fowler: (15:51)So this is an interesting, you know, turn of events for you.Marissa Solis: (15:54)It is, um, it's very ironic in very much a way. I feel like an, I'm an ambassador to the fan base and different communities. So it's been fun. Yeah,Damian Fowler: (16:03)I mean the NFL in a way it's a state unto itself.Marissa Solis: (16:06)You could say that. Yes, .Ilyse Liffreing: (16:07)Now the NFL is arguably the most sought after brand to partner and align advertising with, but it's also very seasonal. So how do you maintain engagement and relevance in the off season?Marissa Solis: (16:18)You know, it's funny you say that. It's absolutely not seasonal. We are 365 year round. I actually saw that come to life this year. We just got statistics back during the quote unquote off season in the month of June. We had over 200 million hours of content consumed. We were, I think the third league. And that's without any games or anything like that. So I think annually the stat is we're 45% of the sports conversation and only 2% of the games played in the us. That's a US number. And it's incredible, right? Because in the off season people are talking about the free agents who's gonna sign on what team, and then you get content like the quarterback series on Netflix. And now we've got partnerships with like, we have a partnership with Skydance to create stories and movies. Then you come have back together Saturday and training camps and then you have the preseason. So there actually really isn't an an off season anymore. I'mIlyse Liffreing: (17:18)Sure that's changing with streaming too. 'cause you can just goMarissa Solis: (17:21)On content. Content is king, right? Content everywhere.Ilyse Liffreing: (17:58)One final question. In your view, what does the NFL look like in 2030?Marissa Solis: (18:05)I mean, I think, you know, the vision is that we are the pinnacle of entertainment around the world. And so that means amazing live sports, unpredictable seasons, right? Just like we have today. The game played in every country, and not just professionally on tv, but every country participating in the game of flag football, more Olympics, Netflix, or in the movie theaters, or much more storytelling around the incredible stories that this league represents. More diversity in the game, more diversity in the front office, in the coaching staff. So all, all good things, hopefully lots of impact.Damian Fowler: (18:49)And that's it for the current podcast. We'll be taking a break next week to celebrate Thanksgiving here in the us. But we'll be back at the end of the month with our guest, Jonathan Stringfield, the VP of Global Research and Marketing at Activision BlizzardJonathan Stringfield:Gaming is increasingly going to be a hobby that is divorced from gaming devices virtually anywhere that there is a screen that's smart, there's probably gonna be an opportunity to play a game. Ilyse Liffreing: (19:02)And if you love this podcast, be sure to subscribe and leave a review While you're at it. Check out our other show, the current report, our weekly roundup of what's happening in the world of digital media. The current podcast is produced by Wonder Media Network. Our theme is by Loving Caliber. The current team includes Chris Brooklier and Kat Vesce.Damian Fowler: (19:31)And remember,Marissa Solis: (19:32)We aren't just about the game. We transcend the game. We're such a big platform. We wanna make an impact to communities everywhere.Damian Fowler: (19:39)I'm DamianIlyse Liffreing: (19:40)And I'm Ilyse.Damian Fowler: (19:41)And we'll see you next time.
This one's a real grab bag! First, Alanis, Elizabeth, and Nolan go through some of Elizabeth's old F1 programs to see what info they can glean about our beloved drivers. Then, Magnus Greaves, co-founder and publisher of RACEWKND, joins the crew to talk about his gorgeous F1 magazine, as well as the controversial Las Vegas Grand Prix. Then they go through the FINAL track walk of the season in Las Vegas. 00:00 Intro 01:02 F1 Programs 08:00 Magnus Greaves Interview 44:37 Boyfriend of the Week 50:40 Vegas Grand Prix Track Walk 54:46 Outro Order Alanis' and Elizabeth's book, Racing with Rich Energy, here: https://www.richenergybook.com/ Cook your way through the Formula One calendar with Elizabeth's new series, Grand Prix Gastronomy https://grandprixgastronomy.substack.com/ Check out Elizabeth's article on the Vegas GP here: https://jalopnik.com/i-hope-it-bankrupts-them-las-vegas-residents-enraged-a-1851009102 Follow Donut Racing Show on Twitter @donutracingshow Email us firstname.lastname@example.org Follow Nolan on IG & Twitter @nolanjsykes Follow Alanis on IG & Twitter @alanisnking Follow Elizabeth on IG @elizablackstock and on Twitter @Eliz_blackstock Check out RACEWKND here: https://racewknd.co/ Shop DoorDash to get everything you need for the holiday season! Use code RACINGHOLIDAY to get 50% off up to $10 value when you spend $15 or more at convenience, grocery, or select retail stores on DoorDash. Terms apply. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Conor Daly reports live from Las Vegas to give co-host Joey Mulinaro and the listeners of Speed Street a behind-the-scenes look into how Las Vegas is handling Formula One's takeover. The guys talk about Conor's wild rehearsal schedule to get ready to do the at-track commentary for the race, his first impressions of the Las Vegas GP track layout, how the event has permanently altered the city, teases the celebrity-filled guest list, and describes his experience at Lando Norris' birthday celebration from earlier in the week. Plus, for some IndyCar-related news, the guys discuss Graham Rahal's new contract at RLL and the IndyCar video game ceasing development. FOLLOW THE SHOW & GET OUR MERCH: https://linktr.ee/speedstreetpod To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ready for a dose of golf talk? Picture this: a chill morning, the smell of freshly cut grass, and the sound of golf clubs hitting balls. That's where this episode takes you. We bring you right onto the green with us as we reminisce about our last game together and discuss some improvements made to the SoHi golf course. We also announced the winner of our raffle, Dave McMahan! You'll also be part of our lively debate about the challenges of playing with pins in tricky spots and Matt's ongoing experiment with his Ping putter.Next, we transport you from the golf course to the streets of Sin City for the upcoming Formula One race in Las Vegas. Visualize the transformed roads, feel the excitement in the air, and hear our speculations about this historic event. But, of course, we couldn't keep away from golf for too long. We delve back into our beloved sport, discussing the buzz around the PGA Tour's last event at Sea Island, the new LAB Golf's new blade putter, and the latest buzz around new golf courses and equipment.Lastly, we're wrapping things up with some chatter about the Netflix Live Golf event that has us pondering whether to watch it, a funny encounter with geese at the course, and our disappointment over the high prices for a golf tournament at Rio Secco. We discuss if it's even fair for golf courses to charge such high prices and express our preference for courses with more reasonable rates. So, whether you're an avid golfer, a sports enthusiast, or just love a good conversation, join us for a fun-filled chat that's sure to keep you entertained.If you haven't checked out our NEW YouTube channel, please do and hit that Subscribe Button for us! More content is coming to that channel as Matt learns the ins and outs of making better videos. Each week, we're posting the show on there as well.As mentioned earlier, we have a new partnership with The Golf Stop. Be sure to stop by their new facility and check it out! It's a great spot to get in some practice or hang out and get in some swings with the boys or the fam!Please check out one of our show supporters, FN3P Golf. You can save some money using our code "CDPODCAST" at checkout.If you're starting a new podcast or have one and want to make some changes to better your show, we highly recommend RIVERSIDE.FM. Use our affiliate link below to check out the software and do your part to make a better product for your listeners.If you like how the show looks and sounds lately, check out RIVERSIDE.FM, their software is legit.We hope you enjoy this week's episode, and if you do, please consider leaving us a review on either Spotify or iTunes. Thank You!