Adam, David and Neil get on a call to talk about the first day of the Motul Grand Prix of Japan. Brad Binder's lap-record, carbon-powered effort, Ducati's shift, Honda and Yamaha concerns and what's the hold-up with Pedro? Have a listen and then join us for more content from the rest of the Grand Prix weekend on Patreon right here: https://www.patreon.com/paddockpasspodcast
Marc Bloch et Raymond Aron en faisaient un dangereux illuminé, la réincarnation des idées napoléoniennes aux conséquences effroyables en 1914-1918. Mis de côté par l'historiographie, qui préféra les perceptions aux faits, le maréchal Foch n'a pas, il faut le dire, bonne réputation. En contrepoint de cette tendance, les éditions Tallandier viennent de rééditer deux de ses ouvrages, Des principes de la Guerre et De la conduite de la guerre, sous le titre De la guerre. Quelle fut donc la pensée militaire de l'ancien maréchal ? Existe-t-il d'ailleurs une science de la guerre ? Que nous dit cette œuvre qui a marqué et continue de marquer l'histoire, mais aussi la stratégie militaire ? Professeur à l'EPHE, Martin Motte est notre invité. L'invité : Martin Motte, ancien élève de l'École normale supérieure (Ulm), est agrégé et docteur en histoire. Directeur d'études à l'École pratique des Hautes Études depuis 2014, il dirige également le cours de stratégie de l'École de Guerre. Il est notamment l'auteur de Une éducation géostratégique. La pensée navale française, de la Jeune École à 1914 (Economica, 2004, Grand Prix 2005 de l'Académie de Marine) et a dirigé La Mesure de la force. Traité de stratégie de l'École de Guerre (Tallandier, 2018 ; 4e édition actualisée en préparation). Il vient d'éditer les cours de Ferdinand Foch sous le titre De la guerre (Tallandier, 528 pages, 26,50€).
This week on For The Love Of MotoGP:Tim and Steve review the latest round of MotoGP at the Buddh International Circuit, India. Talking points for this episode include:A quick apology for being so negativeThe continuing Marc Marquez contract sagaThe heat!First turn crashes (again!)The pair go on to discuss the top 5 finishers in Moto3, Moto2 and both MotoGP races. Enjoy the showJoin us in the For The Love Of MotoGP Facebook CommunityFantasy League – T2L2S9NMPatreonYou can also find us on Instagram and Twitter @fortheloveofmotogp or you can reach us by email at firstname.lastname@example.orgReference material for this episode came from: motogp.com | the-race.com | wikipedia.org | crash.net | speedweek.comThanks for listening!
Le journal des sports du 26/09/2023 avec la sixième journée de Ligue 1 et le podium du jeune Australien Oscar Piastri en Formule 1, au Grand-Prix du Japon
What's up, dudes? I've got Mike Westfall from Advent Calendar House, Chad Young from Horror Movie BBQ, and Tommy Coombs the Pop Daddy here to talk about the Christmas episodes of the 1988 syndicated game show “Funhouse!” Hosted by JD Roth, two teams competed in Christmas themed stunts for the opportunity to run through the Funhouse to win ultimate prizes!The season 1 episode sees the red team face the gold team by making snowman, hanging ornaments, and stuffing presents in Santa's bag. In the Grand Prix race, they alternate pushing Santa's sleigh. The red team, having defeated the gold, run through the Funhouse and earn a bevy of prizes!In the 1989 season 2 Christmas episode, the stunts were even wackier! The boys tossed reindeer noses to the girls to put on audience members! They spun a giant dreidel for candy and even matched ornament halves “I Love Lucy”-style! The Grand Prix had each team deliver presents to children of the world as Santa and Mrs. Claus! The red team emerged victorious and ran through the Funhouse for some great gifts and cash!Schmutz? Check. Zany stunts? Uh huh. World's worst Santa beard? Looking at you, JD! So grab your British Knights, collect the blue and white tokens, and try to win with this episode on Funhouse Christmas!Advent Calendar HouseFB: @adventcalendarhouseTwitter: @adventcalhouseIG: @adventcalendarhouseHorror Movie BBQFB: @HorrorMovieBBQTwitter: @HorrorMovieBBQIG: @horrormoviebbqThe Pop DaddyFB: @ThePopDaddyTwitter: @ThePopDaddyIG: @the_popdaddyCheck us out on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Totally Rad Christmas Mall & Arcade, Teepublic.com, or TotallyRadChristmas.com! Later, dudes!
GNKD host, former Nashville Mayor and TNWAC Board Chair Karl Dean talks with Andy Moats, Executive Vice-President, Director of Music, Sports, & Entertainment Pinnacle Financial Partners. The wide ranging conversation covered Andy's professional experiences in music -- from touring with a rock band to leadership in music banking; to directing financial services for entertainers and sports figures. His passions and pursuits include fast cars and his role in bringing Grand Prix racing to Nashville. There's much more to this story. You won't want to miss this story about a Nashville native who has been key to many of the special aspects that make Nashville a global city. TNWAC wishes to thank Pinnacle Financial Partners for support to the Council and the goal of bringing global affairs awareness programs to the community. Recorded: Sep 25, 2023 | RT 30:10 Bio Andy Moats, 46, is a Nashville native whose background combines restaurants, music, racing, and creating a bank. After graduating from Vanderbilt University (Economics, 1999) Andy took time to pursue his passion for music, touring and supporting a multi-platinum rock band during the year 2000. Having played in various bands from an early age, his days performing may be over but his passion for music has helped to grow one of the largest music and entertainment focused banks in the country. In 2001, Andy began his banking career at Union Planters Bank then-turned Regions Bank, rising to the role of Commercial Real Estate Credit Manager with credit responsibility for all real estate loan activity in the Southeast. While pursuing his career path in banking, Andy was also heavily involved in his family's NASCAR business – Brewco Motorsports (#27, #37, #66) – and various family restaurant companies. In 2006, Andy co-founded what would become Avenue Bank. While at Avenue, as a member of the Bank's Executive Team Andy served the dual roles of Chief Credit Officer – managing all aspects of lending and credit - and Bank Group Director, which included leadership of Avenue's retail branch network, business banking division, private banking division, and music & entertainment division. In February of 2015, Andy and team embarked on their first public company ‘road show' and successfully took Avenue Bank public on the Nasdaq Exchange (ticker symbol: AVNU). In July of 2016, Avenue Bank merged with Nashville based Pinnacle Financial Partners to form one of the Top 50 largest Banks in the United States. Andy joined the leadership team of Pinnacle following the merger and currently serves in the role of Executive Vice President, Director of Music, Sports, & Entertainment. In this role, Andy develops and manages $2B in entertainment related accounts with clients including artists, songwriters, international label and publishing businesses, touring, athletes, and professional sports franchises, among others. Outside of Banking, Andy is a founder and partner of the Music City Grand Prix, an IndyCar race televised in over 180 countries attracting over 100,000 fans each year. Other pursuits include film (Executive Producer - Murder at Yellowstone City) and early-stage company development and investment. Andy's community involvement and accolades include: Exchange Club Family Center, former Chairman of the Board; founding member of Nashville Emerging Leaders; Montgomery Bell Academy Alumni Board; M Street Entertainment Advisory Board; Leadership Music Class of 2014; Nashville Film Festival Music Committee; The Tennessean's “Next Up”; Nashville Business Journal's “40 under 40”; Billboard Magazine's 2020, 2021, and 2022 Nashville “Power Players”, Music Publishing “Dealmakers”, and 2022/2023 all-industry “Power 100” ranking the music industries 100 most powerful players; Tennessee Entertainment Commission Board (Governor Appointed); Pet Community Center Board; Nashville Entrepreneur Center Board.
The Vital MX 'MXGP Podcast Show' from the nineteenth round of the 2023 FIM Motocross World Championship, which covers all that occurred at the Grand Prix of Great Britain. Hosts Lewis Phillips and Adam Wheeler reflect on Matterley Basin, with support from Polisport and FXR.
Red Bull Racing heeft de constructeurstitel binnen en het derde kampioenschap van Max Verstappen is normaal gesproken over een kleine twee weken ook een feit. In een nieuwe aflevering van de Formule 1-podcast van De Telegraaf bespreken verslaggever Erik van Haren en oud-coureur Christijan Albers de Grand Prix van Japan en de actuele gang van zaken in de koningsklasse. De gretigheid van Verstappen passeert de revue, evenals het zeer teleurstellende race-weekeinde van zijn teamgenoot Sergio Pérez. Krijgt de Mexicaan nog lang het vertrouwen van Red Bull en hoe zit het met de situatie bij zusterteam AlphaTauri met Yuki Tsunoda, Daniel Ricciardo en de op dit moment voor 2024 gepasseerde Liam Lawson? Ook de teamorders bij McLaren, Mercedes en Alpine komen voorbij. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sergio Perez's driving went from bad in Singapore to worse...in Suzuka. Red Bull Racing were cheeky with Perez's double retirement and time penalty...in Suzuka. McLaren scored their best result of the season, a double podium,...in Suzuka. Fernando Alonso finally lost his cool with Aston Martin on the radio...in Suzuka. The tension brewed over between Lewis Hamilton and George Russell...in Suzuka. Max Verstappen resumed to his dominant winning ways...in Suzuka. Alpine had a team-mate fall-out on the last lap of the 2023 Japanese Grand Prix...in Suzuka. And of course, Sebastian Vettel started a 'bee hotel'...in Suzuka. In this episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, Soumil Arora, @f1statsguru and Kunal Shah review the 2023 Japanese Grand Prix. Yes, we're a day late than usual but Soumil was busy with MotoGP's Grand Prix of India. Psst! He was the 'voice of MotoGP' in India. Lots of fun stories from the paddock, championship narratives and facts-stats packed into this episode of our podcast. If you missed our race screenings for the last couple of races, we'll be back our events in Mumbai from the 2023 Qatar Grand Prix. Tune in! (Season 2023, Episode 51) Follow our hosts on Twitter: Soumil Arora, @f1statsguru and Kunal Shah Image courtesy: Aston Martin Formula One Team
In the past five years Formula 1 has seen monumental growth not just in its fanbase but in its digital and global appeal. In 2023, Formula 1 will host a record 23 races around the globe, with the United States becoming the first country to host three races across three different states, with Grand Prix in Austin, Miami and Las Vegas. With races spanning across five different continents and drivers representing four of them, Formula 1 holds the unique title of being the world's only truly global sport. Alongside its mission to deliver the world's greatest sports and entertainment spectacle for fans, Formula 1 has an underlying commitment to leave a positive legacy wherever it races, with big plans in place to improve its sustainability and diversity. In this session, join Global Director of Race Promotion at Formula 1, Chloe Targett-Adams, who is instrumental in delivering the company's global strategy, working with promoters around the world and identifying new locations, as she sits down with NBC Sports' Leigh Diffey to discuss the work Formula 1 is doing to become more sustainable, and the work it does with its hosts to ensure local people and businesses all see the benefits when the world's biggest sport comes to town.
Join Paul and me as we review the FIA Formula1 Japanese Grand Prix. We cover each team, each driver and discuss things like Sergio's race, Lewis's elbows, George's tires, Lance's wing, Liam's message and much more.Support us here: https://www.patreon.com/theparcfermeVisit us here: https://theparcferme.com/Buy Merch here: https://the-parc-ferme.printify.me/productsThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4570561/advertisement
Get ready to shift gears and accelerate into one of the most iconic sporting events in the world—the Monaco Grand Prix! Our latest episode, Grand Prix de Monaco Trip Report is a must-listen for anyone planning to experience this high-octane spectacle. We're pulling back the curtain on the Monaco Grand Prix, offering you an insider's perspective that goes beyond the glitz and glamour. From making savvy ticket choices to navigating the bustling streets of Monaco during the race, this episode is jam-packed with actionable tips to elevate your Grand Prix experience. Monaco transforms during the Grand Prix, and we're here to guide you through it. Discover how to move around the city, what areas become ticket-only zones, and how to soak up the race atmosphere even if you don't have a ticket. Getting to Monaco can be a race in itself, especially during the Grand Prix weekend. We'll share essential tips on how to avoid the crowds and make your journey as smooth as possible. Your ticket is more than just a seat; it's a passport to a full day of racing excitement. Find out what other events you can access with your Grand Prix ticket. Whether you're a seasoned F1 fan or a first-timer eager to feel the roar of the engines, this episode is your ultimate guide to the Monaco Grand Prix. Don't miss out on these exclusive insights that will make your trip to Monaco unforgettable.
On this week's Cut to the Race, Oli, Abby and James review Round 17 of the 2023 season, the Japanese Grand Prix. With very early sessions for UK viewers, the panel talk through the key takeaways from free practice, which saw a red flag brought out as the Alpine of Pierre Gasly ended up in the barrier. The trio also discuss Qualifying where Max Verstappen was back on form following Singapore and the McLarens were looking to be very strong. They also speak about Logan Sargeant and his recent run of form. The panel then dissect the Grand Prix, which saw mixed performances throughout the field. Max Verstappen took the win, but his teammate, Sergio Perez, had a very unfortunate race, which the panel debate. They also talk about McLaren's first double podium as well as Mercedes' different strategies for their drivers following the Safety Car after the opening lap chaos. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Filip Cleeren joins the podcast from Suzuka alongside our Grand Prix Editor, Alex Kalinauckas, and Autosport.com Editor, Haydn Cobb, to discuss today's Grand Prix with host Martyn Lee. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What is up party people. First off I want to give a special shout to all the Bonk Bros fans out there who came up to us at the races this past weekend to let us know how much y'all enjoy the show. After all, if it we're for all of y'all we wouldn't keep recording these things. Alright we've got another banger episode for y'all this week as we brought Payson McElveen (@paysonmcelveen) on the show this week to talk all things Life Time Grand Prix, Chequamegon, crazy international adventures, loads of hot takes, and of course we rant on Sepp Kuss taking the W at the Vuelta last week. So kick back and enjoy the back and forth banter between fellow podcast Jedis for the better part of the next hour. If you have any questions or feedback for the show drop us a note at email@example.com or hit us up on the Bonk Bros Instagram page (@bonkbros @dylanjawnson @adamsaban6 @tylerclouti @raddaddizzle @scottmcgilljr). Big shout to our Patreon supporters helping us keep things running. If you too want to support the Bonk Bros hit up that Patreon link in the show notes (http://patreon.com/patreon_bonkbros). And if you want a sick Bonk Bros dad hat, hit up the link in the show notes (https://my-store-e1e3c4.creator-spring.com/listing/hat-7287 | https://my-store-e1e3c4.creator-spring.com/listing/sticker-3974). Alright let's get this party started. Patreon: http://patreon.com/patreon_bonkbros For more Dylan Johnson content: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIf1xvRN8pzyd_VfLgj_dow Intro/ Outro music by AlexGrohl on Pixabay.com: https://pixabay.com/music/id-111445/
The Paddock Pass Podcast crew are joined by veteran journalist Dennis Noyes to preview this weekend's Indian Grand Prix. Dennis established himself as a paddock insider early in his career but he also has experience in organising and promoting Grand Prix during the early 90s so he'll give us his insight into what it takes to get a race off the ground
What an exciting race! Carlos Sainz takes his second career win after a magnificent race where he put on a master class of how to control a race from the lead. Red Bull had their first signs of any struggles this season with a weekend they would rather forget. Lando Norris also put on a fantastic showing bringing home a P2.Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/WMTH6JPXYd8Linktree: https://linktr.ee/podiumproof
And the winner of the tournament is....? (All Matches From Osaka, Japan & Korakuen, 8/28 & 31/1994) 8/28/94 - JPG "Final" Tag Team Match Rie Tamada & Yoko Takahashi vs. Kumiko Maekawa & Misae Watanabe Tag Team Match Mima Shimoda & Tomoko Watanabe vs. Chaparita ASARI & Suzuka Minami Japan Grand Prix 1994 Match Kaoru Ito vs. Sakie Hasegawa Singles Match Mariko Yoshida vs. KAORU Singles Match Mariko Yoshida vs. KAORU Japan Grand Prix 1994 Match Etsuko Mita vs. Yumiko Hotta Tag Team Match Aja Kong & Takako Inoue vs. Kyoko Inoue & Reggie Bennett Japan Grand Prix 1994 Match Toshiyo Yamada vs. Manami Toyota 8/31/94 - Osaka, Japan Saya Endo vs. Misae Watanabe Mariko Yoshida vs. Takako Inoue Toshiyo Yamada vs. Etsuko Mita Sakie Hasegawa, Manami Toyota & Kyoko Inoue vs. Reggie Bennett, Kauro Ito & Aja Kong Join the patreonFor LLPW reviews, Joshi 2010s Journey, Pure-J and more. Website: https://redleafretrocast.blogspot.comhttps://linktr.ee/RedLeafRetrocastTwitter: @BowlingJD
Cole Paton discovered his panache' for longer endurance events when the pandemic made it impossible for him to chase UCI World Cup points on the European mountain bike circuit. His exceptional technical skills in the dirt and powerful engine have made him a formidable challenger in the season-long race series, the Lifetime Grand Prix. We connected on the fifth leg of the 2023 Grand Prix, the Chequamegon 40 where he finished third in an unprecedented 14-man sprint for the finish. He currently sits in second in the Grand Prix with two events to go. He was kind to connect via zoom while in Alabama preparing for the U.S. Marathon Mountain Bike Championships in late September. Keep up with Cole as he continues his journey on the Giant Bicycles Gravel Team. .and follow him on instagram by looking for his name: Cole Paton. Please consider supporting Bike Talk with Dave by rating, reviewing and sharing on your favorite podcast platform. We'd invite you to support the show financially at www.buymeacoffee.com or on Venmo @David-Mable. You'll receive a Bike Talk with Dave sticker! Bikeiowa.com is the online host of Bike Talk with Dave. Get your event listed on the extensive ride and race calendar for free! Create an account and add and edit your event to reach thousands of cyclists. Follow Bike Talk with Dave on Instagram and Facebook so you don't miss any of the fun, and you can now find every episode on your computer at www.biketalk.bike. And now available on YouTube on the Bike Talk with Dave YouTube channel! If you're in the Midwest and looking for a fun weekend of cyclocross, complete with food, music, beer and mud, join the BIKEIOWA crew at Capital City Cross on September 23 & 24. Be sure and get your team of four together for Relay CX on Saturday. This is meant to be a fun, unsanctioned event to fuel the itch of the most competitive and welcome those new to 'cross.
This week on For The Love Of MotoGP:Tim and Steve prepare for the upcoming race at the Buddh International Circuit, India. Talking points for this episode include:Morbidelli signs with PramacNakagami stays with LCR Honda for another yearMore new tracksThe pair also discuss the Misano test and preview the newest MotoGP track in India. Enjoy the showJoin us in the For The Love Of MotoGP Facebook CommunityFantasy League – T2L2S9NMPatreonYou can also find us on Instagram and Twitter @fortheloveofmotogp or you can reach us by email at firstname.lastname@example.orgReference material for this episode came from: motogp.com | the-race.com | wikipedia.org | crash.net | speedweek.comThanks for listening!
In this episode of “In Stride,” Sinead is joined by Grand Prix dressage rider and trainer Barend Heilbron. Barend Heilbron graduated from the Dutch Equestrian Center NHC, where he learned about different disciplines, horse care, barn management, psychology, and more. It is one of the world's most recognized colleges specializing in equestrian education. This school is similar to the Warendorf School in Germany. In 1987, he moved to the U.S. and worked for Marty Simonson before starting a training business in New Hampshire. In 2015, he moved to Ocala, FL, where he currently runs Islands Farms with his wife, Anne-Marie Heilbron. In this episode, Barend discusses various topics related to training and riding, including: • Common misunderstanding of the aids in dressage and eventing. • Teaching in a way that allows the student to recreate the ride on their own. • The difference in equestrian studies in Holland vs. the U.S. • Integrating horse psychology into the world of competitive sport horses. • His explanation and approach to collection, half-halting, and connection. Join Barend and Sinead in this exciting conversation on training dressage horses.
The Vital MX 'MXGP Podcast Show' from the eighteenth round of the 2023 FIM Motocross World Championship, which covers all that occurred at the Grand Prix of Italy. Hosts Lewis Phillips and Adam Wheeler reflect on Maggiora, with support from Polisport and FXR.
Na de spectaculaire Grand Prix van Singapore zijn verslaggever Erik van Haren en voormalig coureur Christijan Albers er weer met een nieuwe aflevering van de Formule 1-podcast van De Telegraaf. Het optreden van winnaar Carlos Sainz wordt uiteraard uitgebreid belicht, net als de keuzes van Mercedes en met name de snelheid van Lewis Hamilton ten opzichte van de uiteindelijk crashende George Russell. De (incidentele) problemen bij Red Bull en Max Verstappen worden eveneens geanalyseerd. Ook is er opnieuw een prijsvraag. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix race review Podcast. Join Paul and me as we review the Singapore GP in all it's glory. We cover each team as they finished and even discuss Ferrari's strategy, Alonso's bad day, Mercedes and their fresh tires and wy sacrificing Leclerc is the right thing to do.Support us here: https://www.patreon.com/theparcfermeVisit us here: https://theparcferme.com/Buy Merch here: https://the-parc-ferme.printify.me/productsThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4570561/advertisement
In our latest edition of 'Toby Talks To', host Toby Moody sits down for a chat with Carlos Checa, a rider who raced in 125s, 250s and 500s as the top class morphed into the category we know as MotoGP in 2002. The popular Spaniard opens up on the highs and lows of his career, including his two 500cc Grand Prix victories for Honda on home soil at Barcelona and Jarama, and the Superbike world title he claimed after moving on from MotoGP. He also discusses what it was like to be team mates with Valentino Rossi, and gives his opinion on countryman Marc Marquez's current plight with Honda - including his view on what he should do next... Follow The Race on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook Check out our latest videos on YouTube Download our app on iOS or Android Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Katie George, Laurence Edmondson, and Nate Saunders are back to preview a pivotal Grand Prix in Singapore. A new track layout has been introduced in the last sector, how will that affect the drivers physically and strategically? Helmut Marko believes with a victory in Singapore, Red Bull can win every race this year. Can Max or Checo to get the job done in Southeast Asia? Plus, silly season is upon us, with only three seats remaining for 2024 how will things shake up? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Avec sa seconde place à Monza, Sainz a-t-il assuré son avenir chez Ferrari ? Quid de celui de son équipier Leclerc? Que manque-t-il au prodige monégasque pour devenir champion du monde à l'instar d'un Verstappen qui écrase la concurrence ? Max est-il devenu le meilleur pilote de F1 de tous les temps ? Cette domination va-t-elle le conduire à quitter la discipline dès 2028 ? Enfin, décryptage de la crise chez Alpine. Avec Eric Boulier, Fabrice Marsella, Alain Di Duca, Laurent Pantanacce & Olivier Frigara ! Rendez-vous chaque jeudi avant chaque Grand Prix sur YouTube pour découvrir une nouvelle émission ! #ORLF1 #formule1 #f1 #formula1 #verstappen Notre boutique en ligne enfin ouverte ! orlmtv.myspreadshop.fr Rejoignez le Club ORLM pour bénéficier d'avantages exclusifs : / @onrefaitlemac
Down to earth, driven and committed. Not bad traits for one of the world's up and coming Formula 1 drivers. Live from the heart of Singapore ahead of the Grand Prix, Rusty is joined by the talented New Zealander and rising star, Liam Lawson. Thrust into the limelight as Daniel Ricciardo's replacement at Scuderia AlphaTauri, Liam has not just filled the shoes of the injured Aussie legend, but he's been burning rubber and leaving his mark on every drive. Could this finally open the door to a full-time seat in Formula 1? Rusty sits down with Liam to discuss his incredible journey so far and what the future may hold. We've also got a wrap-up of the Indy Car season, the thrilling Sandown 500, and the latest seat switches in the Supercars world. It's all the motorsport action you crave, wrapped up in one high-octane podcast. Head to Rusty's Facebook, Twitter or Instagram and give us your feedback and let us know what you want to hear about in future Motorsport Brief episodes with Rusty.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mark Hughes and Valentin Khorounzhiy join Edd Straw to discuss Zhou Guanyu's contract renewal with Sauber and to look ahead to this weekend's Grand Prix in Singapore, which will take place on a new layout and with new regulations governing flexible bodywork. Follow The Race on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook Check out our latest videos on YouTube Download our app on iOS or Android Click here to join The Race Members' Club and have the opportunity to ask a question on the show Head over to Vroom.com NOW to check out thousands of cars to find your next one Go to Indochino.com and use code RACE to get 10% off any purchase of $399 or more Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week on For The Love Of MotoGP:Tim and Steve review the latest race in Misano, Italy. Talking points for this episode include:The silly season rumours that dominated the weekendDani Pedrosa's exceptional skillThe 105% ruleThe pair also discuss the top 5 finishers across all classes and briefly touch on the MotoE champion. Enjoy the showJoin us in the For The Love Of MotoGP Facebook CommunityFantasy League – T2L2S9NMPatreonYou can also find us on Instagram and Twitter @fortheloveofmotogp or you can reach us by email at email@example.comReference material for this episode came from: motogp.com | the-race.com | wikipedia.org | speedweek.com | crash.net Thanks for listening!
The 28th running of the Xtream Rock Island Grand Prix was held over the Labor Day weekend – September 2-3 – with the city streets of Rock Island, Illinois turned into a two-day karting festival. Reaching speeds of 80mph, karts battled around the 6/10-mile street course to decide this year's winners of the coveted ROCK trophies – including the three King categories. David Cole and Rob Howden review the action from RIGP in this episode of the EKN Debrief – presented by D.I.D Chain. They cover the Franklin Motorsports Paddock Pass, followed by the Race Report presented by CRG Nordam. The EKN Trackside Live Race Calendar presented by Odenthal Racing Products completes the podcast.
What an awesome race at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza! Frank is joined by guest Michael Bell of BooM F1 on TikTok. Max Verstappen claims his 10th victory in a row, achieving what no other driver has done in the history of the sport! Ferrari had a great weekend with great pace, but unfortunately did not have the exceptional tire wear of the Red Bull's. We also, as per the usual, found our way down many rabbit holes and off topic conversations. YouTube video: https://youtu.be/_baF-NHoCHgLinktree to social medias: https://linktr.ee/podiumproofMichael Bell TikTok @f1boom
Join Grace and me as we discuss the ATA tire program and if it's really a good idea, we discuss the Felipe Massa court case as well as Pierre Gasly's issue with all the new fans in the paddock and Flex-wing saga. Support us here: https://www.patreon.com/theparcfermeVisit us here: https://theparcferme.com/Buy Merch here: https://the-parc-ferme.printify.me/productsThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4570561/advertisement
Kelly Messina, senior director of leisure sales for the Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority, talks with James Shillinglaw of Insider Travel Report about how your clients can still find ticket and packages for the much-in-demand F1 Las Vegas Grand Prix, including what Vegas is doing to host the race. For more information, visit www.lvcca.com or www.visitlasvegas.com. If interested, the original video of this podcast can be found on the Insider Travel Report Youtube channel or by searching for the podcast's title on Youtube.
This week, Payson is joined by one of the Australian riders in this year's Grand Prix, Brendan Johnston. Brendan dominated the marathon mountain biking scene in Australia for several years, winning the national title no fewer than four times and winning 19 consecutive races between 2015 and 2017. He's also dabbled in road racing, finishing third at the 2022 National Championships in a stacked field. After juggling cycling alongside a full-time career, Brendan decided to focus on riding this year and moved across the world to compete in the Grand Prix. In this conversation, he talks to Payson about becoming disillusioned with World Cup XC early on, finding a niche within the domestic Australian scene, and deciding to take a break from a stable career down under to try his hand at American gravel. He talks about the difficult transition, how a frustrating ride at Unbound led him to double down a little too hard on training, and the turning point he had last month that changed the course of his season. Instagram: @theadventurestache
Will Red Bull struggle round the streets of Singapore? Or are Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez both playing mind games by saying they'll find the Marina Bay circuit more difficult than previous races? Does Charles Leclerc need to reassert himself at Ferrari after being outperformed by teammate Carlos Sainz in Monza? Will Fernando Alonso be back on the podium for the eighth time this season? Can McLaren and Mercedes get back to the front after losing some momentum? Tom Clarkson and Natalie Pinkham dissect all the big talking points ahead of the Singapore Grand Prix. Plus, 10-time Grand Prix winner Gerhard Berger tells Tom why Max Verstappen reminds him of his former McLaren teammate and close friend, Ayrton Senna, and the Austrian answers your questions in Ask The Nation. To have your question answered on a future episode, send a voice note or an email to F1Nation@f1.com
Get a whole month of great cinema FREE on MUBI: mubi.com/themoviepodcastDaniel, Shahbaz, & Anthony review Jonathan Glazer's THE ZONE OF INTEREST as part of The Movie Podcast's 2023 Toronto International Film Festival coverage. The film won the Grand Prix at this year's Cannes and is adapted from a 2014 novel of the same title by Martin Amis. The film stars Sandra Hüller and Christian Friedel and is a horror about Auschwitz commandant Rudolf Höss and his wife, who quite literally live amongst the ashes of their actions. The Zone of Interest has its North American Premiere Sunday September 10 at the Royal Alexandra Theatre in Toronto with a release coming soon by Elevation Pictures and A24.Watch and listen to The Movie Podcast now on all podcast feeds, YouTube, and TheMoviePodcast.caContact: firstname.lastname@example.orgTHE MOVIE PODCAST ON ET CANADA!THE MOVIE PODCAST MERCHANDISE NOW AVAILABLE!FOLLOW USDaniel on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdShahbaz on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdAnthony on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdThe Movie Podcast on Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, Discord, and YouTube
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In this episode Patrick Broe and Benji Naesen recap the 2023 on Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec. Our merch has dropped! Custom designs painstakingly crafted by Louemans on t-shirts, mugs and hats with all your favourite catchphrases from the podcast. Check it out at https://shop.lanternerouge.com If you enjoy and want to directly support LRCP, you can send us a donation here https://ko-fi.com/lanternerougecyclingpodcast
This week's episode: A recap of Alex Palou's win in the Bitnile.com Grand Prix of Portland to also clinch the 2023 IndyCar championship. Plus, more silly season announcements and rumors, a note on the 2024 IndyCar schedule and a preview of the season finale Firestone Grand Prix of Monterey at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
NasCardRadio Episode 159: The guys review last week's Darlington Raceway Xfinity Series race (Denny Hamlin) and Cup (Kyle Larson) winners, highest finishing rookies (Chandler Smith and Ty Gibbs) and their rookie trading cards. Next, the guys cover the Grand Prix of Italy winner Max Verstappen and BITNILE.COM Grand Prix of Portland winner Alex Palou and their rookie cards. We are excited to announce that Panini will be releasing a 2023 Panini Prime this year. The guys break down the sell sheet and go over some of the new surprises in the release. Finally, the guys wrap up the show with some awesome eBay auctions in ‘The Kings Court'. #thehobby #tradingcards
Welcome to another episode of the F1 Gambling Podcast on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network! Every Rod Villagomez and Cody Zeeb bring their love motorsports and their love of sports betting to you to help you set your bets for the weekend of F1 action. From the fastest laps to the fastest pit stops to the fastest car of the day, Rod and Cody have you covered. This week, Rod and Cody recap their bets from both the F1 Italian Grand Prix and the IndyCar BITNILE.com Grand Prix of Portland. Was anyone finally able to stop Max Verstappen, or did the Dutch phenom win his tenth race in a row? Did Scotty Mac play the right strategy to put himself on the podium this week? How close did we come to cashing our David Malukas top 5 bet? Is Alex Palou the Max Verstappen of the IndyCar circuit? We'll answer these questions and more on this week's episode. Be sure to subscribe to the F1 Gambling Podcast on the SGPN App, and on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Find Rod (@rjvillagomez) and Cody (@Husker_Zeeb) on Twitter. 0:00 - Pre-roll 1:55 - Intro 6:45 - Italian Grand Prix Betting Recap 10:54 - DraftKings code SGP - $5 bet gets you $200 in bonus bets - https://www.draftkings.com 12:09 - Gametime code SGPN - Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use code SGPN for $20 off your first purchase - https://gametime.co/ 13:31 - F1 Recap cont. 22:34 - Underdog Fantasy code SGPN - 100% Deposit Match up to $100 - https://play.underdogfantasy.com/p-sgpn 23:59 - Exclusive Merch, Contests and Bonus Episodes ONLY on Patreon - https://sg.pn/patreon 24:47 - BITNILE.com Grand Prix of Portland Betting Recap Join the SGPN community #DegensOnly Exclusive Merch, Contests and Bonus Episodes ONLY on Patreon - https://sg.pn/patreon Discuss with fellow degens on Discord - https://sg.pn/discord SGPN Merch Store - https://sg.pn/store Download The Free SGPN App - https://sgpn.app Check out the Sports Gambling Podcast on YouTube - https://sg.pn/YouTube Check out our website - http://sportsgamblingpodcast.com Support us by supporting our partners Circa Sports - Enter their contests for a chance to win your share of $14 Million - https://www.circasports.com/ Gametime code SGPN - Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use code SGPN for $20 off your first purchase - https://gametime.co/ DraftKings code DEGEN - $5 bet gets you $200 in bonus bets - https://www.draftkings.com Factor Meals code SGPN50 - 50% off Factor Meals - https://www.factormeals.com/sgpn50 Underdog Fantasy code SGPN - 100% Deposit Match up to $100 - https://play.underdogfantasy.com/p-sgpn Follow The Hosts On Social Media Rod Villagomez - http://www.twitter.com/rjvillagomez Cody Zeeb - http://www.twitter.com/Husker_Zeeb Gambling problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER CO, DC, IL, IN, LA, MD, MS, NJ, OH, PA, TN, VA, WV, WY Call 877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY) Call 1-800-327-5050 (MA) 21+ to wager. Please Gamble Responsibly. Call 1-800-NEXT-STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (KS, NV), 1-800 BETS-OFF (IA), 1-800-270-7117 for confidential help (MI) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Juany nos cuenta de su aventura del verano: el Grand Prix Fórmula 1 en Budapest, Hungría. Conocerás los trucos para quedarte en el mismo hotel que los pilotos de tu equipo favorito y los mejores sites en Buda y Pest. También, preguntas del público, tips de tarjetas de crédito y la traumática experiencia de viajar en Ryanair. Con Juany Nadal y Luis Herrero.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Nico Hulkenberg will be on the grid again in 2024 after securing another year with Haas. At the 2023 Mexican Grand Prix, the German will reach a landmark 200 Grand Prix starts – accumulated from his time at Williams, Force India (now Aston Martin), Sauber, Renault and Haas. So how is ‘The Hulk' that races today different to the 22-year-old that made his debut in 2010? Nico tells Tom Clarkson how family life and his recent break from F1 have given him a completely different outlook on the sport, what his relationship with teammate Kevin Magnussen is like, whether Team Principal Guenther Steiner is just like the man we see on TV, and much more. Follow, rate and review F1 Beyond The Grid and share this episode using #F1BeyondTheGrid. Related Episodes Nico's first BTG appearance Guenther Steiner Kevin Magnussen
From the heart of the Monza paddock, Tom Clarkson is joined by Italian F1 journalist, Roberto Chinchero, and Spanish F1 writer for Diario AS, Jesús Balseiro, to reflect on Max Verstappen's record-breaking 10th Grand Prix victory in a row. Verstappen and Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner react to another triumphant weekend for the reigning World Champions, whilst Ferrari duo Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc share their thoughts on an epic battle for the final podium place in front of the adoring Tifosi. Will Lewis Hamilton still be on Oscar Piastri's Christmas card list after their collision? The Australian gives his verdict on the incident that cost him a points finish and whether he can still take positives from the weekend. Plus, you'll also hear from Sergio Perez, McLaren Team Principal Andrea Stella, Alfa Romeo's Zhou Guanyu, and Williams Team Principal James Vowles. This episode is sponsored by: AG1: If a comprehensive solution is what you need from your supplement routine, then try AG1 and get a FREE 1-year supply of Vitamin D AND 5 free AG1 Travel Packs with your first purchase. Go to drinkAG1.com/F1NATION. BetterHelp: get a break from your thoughts, with BetterHelp. Visit betterhelp.com/f1nation today to get 10% off your first month.
This week, Payson catches up with one of the fastest racers in this year's Grand Prix, Zach Calton. So far this season, Zach has placed 6th at Leadville and 9th at Unbound, and is currently sitting 8th overall in the Grand Prix standings. He also happens to have a full-time job off the bike. In this conversation, Zach talks to Payson about what is shaping up to be a breakout season, why he still isn't sure that making cycling a full-time gig is the goal, and his job at Specialized. He also talks about how he went from the U23 XCO circuit to finding himself without a team in 2020, and the top gravel pro who's been coaching him for the last two years. Use code: PAYSON20 to get 20% off SaltStick products at https://aletenutrition.com/pages/saltstickInstagram: @theadventurestache