Il cinema è uno dei settori che ha sofferto di più a causa del Covid. Per questo, gli speaker di Radioimmaginaria sono stati al Drive-In di Imola per chiedere ai coetanei com'è cambiato il loro rapporto con il cinema a causa del Covid. fsc/gtr/abr
In questo audio il prezioso incontro con Gianpaolo Bertozzi (Bertozzi&Casoni) artista e Sonia Calvari vulcanologa L'intervista nel podcast Contemporaneamente di Mariantonietta Firmani, il podcast pensato per Artribune.In Contemporaneamente podcast trovate incontri tematici con autorevoli interpreti del contemporaneo tra arte e scienza, letteratura, storia, filosofia, architettura, cinema e molto altro. Per approfondire questioni auliche ma anche cogenti e futuribili. Dialoghi straniati per accedere a nuove letture e possibili consapevolezze dei meccanismi correnti: tra locale e globale, tra individuo e società, tra pensiero maschile e pensiero femminile, per costruire una visione ampia, profonda ed oggettiva della realtà.Giampaolo Bertozzi e Sonia Calvari ci raccontano di terra. Della terra che la ceramica trasforma in arte, e delle caratteristiche fisiche della terra che ospita l'umano. Tra terra e arte si parla di pace, tra contenuti straordinari, nell'umiltà di approcci multidisciplinari, dove ciascuno è lontano dal proprio specifico dottrinale. La passione per l'arte nasce con la persona stessa e il lavoro dell'artista si sviluppa tra caso e fortuna per creare domande. Studiando i vulcani comprendiamo i processi della terra in continua evoluzione, come la potenza del magma che in un minuto percorre tre chilometri in verticale. È importante acquisire perfettamente una tecnica per poterla poi dimenticare e trasformarla in espressione identitaria che racconta la realtà e il dolore del mondo. La tecnologia migliora la soluzione dei problemi per i cittadini, tuttavia, con l'aumento dei dati aumenta la complessità da gestire e comprendere. Resta fondamentale trovare le motivazioni, e molto altro.ASCOLTA L'INTERVISTA!! BREVI NOTE BIOGRAFICHE DEGLI AUTORIPaolo Bertozzi Bertozzi&Casoni è una società fondata nel 1980 a Imola da Giampaolo Bertozzi e da Stefano Dal Monte Casoni. Dopo studi dedicati scelgono la ceramica dipinta come materia per realizzare opere, centrate sull'interpretazione del caduco, del transitorio e peribile. Infatti, le loro “contemplazioni del presente” ispirate alla categoria artistica della vanitas, diventano icone internazionalmente riconosciute della condizione umana non solo contemporanea. Critica, musei e le più importanti gallerie d'arte internazionali si interessano al vostro lavoro. Tra surrealismo compositivo e iperrealismo formale Bertozzi & Casoni hanno rivoluzionato l'uso della ceramica che diventa arte a tutti gli effetti. Nel 2017 nasce il Museo Bertozzi&Casoni presso la Cavallerizza Ducale di Sassuolo, spazio permanente che raccoglie una selezione delle opere più significative della produzione artistica. Alle loro opere sono dedicate molte personali in eccellenti luoghi dell'arte internazionali come: Tate Liverpool, Sperone Westwater, New York; Biennale di Venezia; Quadriennale Roma. Ed anche: Castello Sforzesco, Milano; All Visual Arts, Londra; Museum Beelden aan Zee, l'Aia, Beck & Eggeling, Düsseldorf; Rossi & Rossi Gallery, Hong Kong; e molti altri. Sonia Calvari, vulcanologa Dirigente di Ricerca dell'Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia (INGV), Sezione Catania - Osservatorio Etneo. Laurea in geologia presso l'Università della Calabria, dottorato di ricerca in Pericolosità Vulcanica presso l'Università di Lancaster, in Inghilterra. Nel 1987 entra nell'Istituto Internazionale di Vulcanologia a Catania del (CNR). Dal 1999 è in INGV ricoprendo diversi incarichi. Membro dell'American Geophysical Union, Certificate of Outstanding Contribution in Reviewing 2017. Riceve encomi per il monitoraggio dell'emergenza Etna 1991-93: l'Attestato di apprezzamento del Ministro della Protezione Civile 1992; Medaglia della Protezione Civile 1996. Partecipa a seminari e trasmissioni televisive in Italia e all'estero: RAI Explora (RAI Educational), Geo & Geo (RAI3), La TV delle Scienze. Ed ancora contributi per National Geographic, Discovery Channel, History Channel, CNN, BBC, Endemol UK, SWR (Germania). Associate Editor della rivista Bulletin of Volcanology dal 2011, Editor in Chief della rivista Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research. È nell'Editorial Board delle riviste Earth Planets and Space e Remote Sensing, è autrice di oltre 140 pubblicazioni scientifiche sulle più autorevoli riviste internazionali. È curatrice di monografie geofisiche, sull'Etna e sullo Stromoboli, pubblicate dall'American Geophysical Union, e molto altro.
Gilles Villeneuve and Didier Pironi are famous for their feud, which happened after Pironi supposedly ‘stole' victory in at Imola in 1982, and Villeneuve was so upset that he never spoke to his Ferrari team mate again. Andrew Marriott explains some of the background to the feud. Paul Tarsey and Paul Jurd look forward to the upcoming September events, Goodwood Revival and Spa Six Hours in particular, and get wistful over never having been to the ‘Circuit des Remparts' at Angouleme. And the team looks back on the life of Lance Macklin, forever associated with the Le Mans disaster in which he was a blameless player, reviewing a new book by Jack Barlow.
Radioimmaginaria ImolaPodcastCiao ragazzi! Oggi siamo ad Imola per vedere un film al drive-in e tra furgoncini con materassi, bauli aperti e persone sulle sedie pieghevoli ci siamo anche noi speaker di Radioimmaginaria in compagnia della nostra mitica Ape. Per ascoltare una puntata tutta a tema cinema rimanete connessi!www.radioimmaginaria.it
Mika Hakkinen made the first of two high-profile errors in Italy in 1999 at that year's San Marino Grand Prix at Imola, when he crashed out of a comfortable lead exiting the final corner early in the race. To make matters worse for McLaren, Michael Schumacher then went on to defeat the second McLaren of David Coulthard, who fumed about his treatment by backmarkers. Matt Beer and Ben Anderson join host Glenn Freeman to revisit everything that was going on in F1 in early 1999, including Honda's U-turn on its planned team for 2000, BMW hitting the track ahead of its comeback, Ford bringing an end to three decades of customer engine supply, Benetton trying to grab Charlie Whiting from the FIA, rumours of Ferrari showing interest in Jarno Trulli, Prost and Peugeot having another public falling out, Alex Zanardi's miserable F1 comeback, Jacques Villeneuve's incredible fifth on the grid for BAR, and how Schumacher and Ferrari got the better of McLaren to the delight of the tifosi. ASK US ANYTHING: Submit your questions for our series finale using #BringBackV10s on Twitter or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to The Saint of the Day Podcast, a service of Good Catholic and The Catholic Company. Today's featured saint is St. Cassian of Imola. If you like what you heard, share this podcast with someone you know, and make sure to subscribe!
Born: 406 AD, Imola, Italy Died: July 31, 450 AD For more on St. Peter Chrysologus and his teachings From Wikipedia: Peter was born in Imola, where Cornelius, bishop of Roman Catholic Diocese of Imola, baptized him, educated him, and ordained him a deacon. He was made an archdeacon through the influence of Emperor Valentinian III. Pope Sixtus III appointed Peter as Bishop of Ravenna (or perhaps archbishop) circa 433, apparently rejecting the candidate whom the people of the city ofRavenna elected. The traditional account, as recorded in the Roman Breviary, is that Sixtus had a vision of Pope Saint Peter the Apostle and Saint Apollinaris of Ravenna, the first bishop of that see, who showed Sixtus a young man, the next Bishop of Ravenna. When a group from Ravenna arrived, including Cornelius and his archdeacon Peter from Imola, Sixtus recognized Peter as the young man in his vision and consecrated him as a bishop. St.-Peter-ChPeople knew Saint Peter Chrysologus, the Doctor of Homilies, for his short but inspired talks; he supposedly feared boring his audience. His piety and zeal won universal admiration. After hearing oratory of his first homily as bishop, Roman Empress Galla Placidia supposedly gave him the surname Chrysologus, meaning "golden-worded." Empress Galla Placidia patronized many of projects of Bishop Saint Peter. In his extant homilies, bishop Peter explained Biblical texts briefly and concisely. He also condemned Arianism and Monophysitism as heresies and explained beautifully the Apostles' Creed, the mystery of the Incarnation, and other topics in simple and clear language. He dedicated a series of homilies to Saint John the Baptist and the Blessed Virgin Mary. Peter advocated daily reception of Eucharist. He urged his listeners to confide in the forgiveness offered through Christ. He shared the confidence of Saint Pope Leo I the Great (440-461), another doctor of the Church. A synod held in Constantinople in 448 condemned Eutyches for Monophysitism; Eutyches then appealed to Saint Peter Chrysologus but failed in his endeavour to win the support of the Bishop. The Acts of the Council of Chalcedon(451) preserves the text of letter of Saint Peter Chrysologus in response to Eutyches; Peter admonishes Eutyches to accept the ruling of the synod and to give obedience to the Bishop of Rome as the successor of Saint Peter. The post DC14 St. Peter Chrysologus – The Doctors of the Church: The Charism of Wisdom with Dr. Matthew Bunson appeared first on Discerning Hearts Catholic Podcasts.
Nació alrededor del año 380 en Imola, en la Emilia, y entró a formar parte del clero de aquella población. El año 424 fue elegido obispo de Ravena, e instruyó a su grey, de la que era pastor celosísimo, con abundantes sermones y escritos. Murió hacia el año 450.
July 30: Saint Peter Chrysologus, Bishop and Doctorc. 380–c. 450Optional Memorial; Liturgical Color: WhitePatron Saint of Imola, Italy, invoked against fever and mad dogsA golden tongued bishop preaches to a golden cityIn 330 A.D., the Emperor Constantine transferred his capital from Rome to a newly constructed city he named after himself in present day Turkey. The Roman Empire and its ancient traditions continued but under a new guise. The Empire slowly oriented itself toward Greek, not Western, art and culture; adopted Orthodoxy, not Catholicism, as its religion; and communicated in the Greek, not the Latin, language. Contantinople's walls were finally breached in 1453 by the Ottoman Turks, bringing a definitive end to Byzantium, or the Eastern Roman Empire, after more than a millennium. Due to the capital's transfer in the fourth century, Italy was in disarray at the time of today's saint in the fifth century. Weeds pushed through the cracked marble of Rome's ruined temples. The Western emperors, more warlords than kings, migrated back and forth throughout the 400s between disintegrating Rome and a newly fortified city on the Adriatic Sea. It was imperial Ravenna, Byzantium's sole toehold in Italy. It was a jewel box of a city sparkling with mosaics. Ravenna throughout the 400s and 500s was a mini-Constantinople, Byzantine to its fingertips, basking in the glow of imperial splendor, and abuzz with the construction of palaces, churches, and mausoleums. And it was of vibrant fifth-century Ravenna that Saint Peter Chrysologus was appointed archbishop in about 425 A.D. He served the city well for the next twenty-five years.Saint Peter preached his first episcopal homily to the empress and is depicted alongside her and the emperor in a contemporary mosaic, proving Peter mingled with the elites and enjoyed their support. Peter developed a reputation as a skilled preacher. One-hundred-and-seventy-six of his sermons still survive. In later centuries Peter would be given the moniker Chrysologus, the “Golden Worded,” in recognition of his oratorical skills. The name may also have been given by Western theologians to purposefully rival the Eastern world's famous Saint John Chrysostom, the “Golden Mouthed.”Apart from his homilies, the only surviving document of Peter's is a letter he wrote to Eutyches, a central figure in the complex, and sometimes vicious, Christological and Marian debates of the fifth century. Peter vigorously supported Pope Saint Leo the Great's teachings on the Incarnation, while Eutyches and others in the East had drifted into monophysitism or versions of it. Monophysitism held that Christ possessed one mixed nature which mingled both human and divine elements. The Council of Chalcedon in 451 would formally adopt Leo's teaching, condemn monophysitism, and teach forever and always that a fully divine nature and a fully human nature dwelled inside the one person of Jesus Christ without confusion, co-mingling, or alteration. This complex reality, called the hypostatic union, is precisely what gives such meaning, color, and richness to all that Christ said and did.During the burning theological controversies preceding the Council of Chalcedon, just after Pope Saint Leo clarified orthodox teaching on Christ's one person and two natures, Chrysologus wrote his letter to the very confused Eutyches. Concisely and charitably, Chrysologus encouraged the heretic to submit to the Bishop of Rome: “Obediently heed these matters of which the most blessed Pope of the city of Rome has written, because Blessed Peter, who lives and presides in his own See, proffers the truth of faith to those who seek it…we cannot decide upon cases of faith without the harmonious agreement of the Bishop of Rome.” Peter's letter proves just how widespread early Christianity knew that the Bishop of Rome was the one hub where all of Christianity's many spokes were joined.Although much is known of Peter's time and place, both theologically and culturally, few details remain of his life or ministry apart from his sermons. These sermons show rhetorical flair in expounding on the Incarnation, Mary's role in mankind's redemption, and in the need for penance and conversion. Saint Peter's golden words impressed the populace of a golden city for decades. We can assume that our saint lived as elegantly as he preached. Saint Peter Chrysologus was proclaimed a Doctor of the Church in 1729.May all priests and deacons be graced with your passion, clarity, and eloquence, Saint Peter. Help the faithful who seek the fullness of the Word of God to find Him and aid those who are distracted and apathetic to pay heed to God's interventions in their lives.
Guido da Montefeltro is trapped in a tongue of fire in the eighth of the malebolge (evil pouches) that make up the eighth circle of hell, the landscape of fraud. But rather than bemoan his fate, he wants to know the fate of his beloved Romagna, where he was a mercenary for years. Join me, Mark Scarbrough, as we look over this elliptical and opaque passage, which is the pilgrim's response to Guido's question of whether his home is at war or peace these days. Here are the segments of this episode of WALKING WITH DANTE: [02:57] My English translation of the passage: Inferno, Canto XXVII, lines 31 - 57. If you''d like to read along or drop a comment, please do so on my website, markscarbrough.com. [05:16] The pilgrim's eager desire is still intact toward the figures in the eighth evil pouch of fraud. [06:32] Two nice details in the opening tercet (or three-line stanza). [09:08] The big word for this passage: "tyrants." [11:03] Rationales for the opaque and elliptical complications in Dante the pilgrim's response. [14:34] The fate of seven cities in Romagna. The peace in 1) Ravenna and 2) Cervia, thanks to the Polenta family. [17:06] The bloodbath at 3) Forlí (and the victory for Guido da Montefeltro) in the late 1200s. [18:48] The defeat of the Ghibellines in 4) Rimini in the late 1200s. [21:58] The fates of 5) Faenza and 6) Imola in 1300. [24:23] The uneasy freedom in 7) Cesena in 1300. [25:46] Something intriguing: Dante is careful to give this history lesson as of 1300, the date of the action (but not the writing) of the poem. [28:08] After all this bloody political history, Dante appeals to Guido's personal vanity. [30:11] Reading the passage once again, all the way back to the start of Canto XXVII.
McLaren technical director James Key is one of the youngest tech chiefs in Formula One. He's very bright, he's super-organised and he's ultra-competitive, all attributes that he's using to drive the team back to the top of the sport. In this episode, James opens up to Tom Clarkson about McLaren's difficult start to the 2022 season, when their cars finished 14th and 15th in the Bahrain Grand Prix, and how the team pulled together in the days that followed to improve the MCL36. Only three races later Lando Norris finished third at Imola. James also gives a fascinating insight into what it's like to work with McLaren drivers Norris and Daniel Ricciardo, and how they're adjusting to the new 2022-spec cars, and he hints at what we can expect from them as the season unfolds. We also hear about James' journey to F1, the technological advances he's been a part of, the highs, the lows and most importantly: what the future holds for McLaren. : Related episodes from the BTG archive: Lando Norris Daniel Ricciardo Andreas Seidl, McLaren Team Principal Zak Brown, McLaren CEO Steve Nichols, Engineer Alain Prost Mika Hakkinen This episode is sponsored by: Formula 1 Eyewear: Check out their Red, Gold and Trackside Collections of eyewear with their at formulaeyewear.com Shopify: visit shopify.com/beyondthegrid for a FREE fourteen-day trial and get full access to Shopify's entire suite of features Hello Fresh: go to hellofresh.com/grid16 and use code grid16 for up to 16 free meals AND 3 free gifts!
Just like Imola a few weeks ago, Spain turned out to be another bad day at the office for Ferrari. Tonight we discuss all the action on and off the track in Barcelona! All this and more on the podcast that is always up to speed with Formula 1! Check out The RaceWknd magazine here! Contact & Feedback: Find us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you enjoy podcasts Website: http://www.scuderiaf1pod.com Email: email@example.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ScuderiaF1Podcast Twitter: @ScuderiaF1Pod Facebook: Scuderia F1 Podcast To advertise on this show, please visit https://www.advertisecast.com/ScuderiaF1 or email Overtime@AdvertiseCast.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome back to Going Purple, the Formula 1 podcast welcome and open to everyone interested in Formula 1. For the May episode of the podcast, I sat down with Jake and Fab from Pitstop, and asked them all about how and why they started their new F1 Podcast, how they think podcasts have changed the landscape of social media, and what it was like being on Ted's Notebook in Imola. We chat about our predictions for the season, our thoughts on the 2023 driver lineup and play a game of F1 2 Truths and 1 Lie! Hope you enjoy, and let me know what you thought of the episode on my socials: Tik Tok @lissiemackintosh Instagram @lissiemackintosh.
Welcome to News From the Nerds - Our midweek news show covering everything you need to know from the world of F1. This week, Sam, Abby, Grace and Special Guest Oli discuss: The Transparency surrounding Ferrari's tyre test It was revealed that after Imola, during a Pirelli Tyre test, Ferrari tested a “different floor” on Carlos Sainz's scar. Although Ferrari were cleared of any wrongdoing, it brings the question: Does F1 need to be more transparent? Red Bull's success in Miami After an incredible weekend for Max Verstappen, and the Red Bull Team, the panel discuss whether Red Bull are truly capable to win. The team also chat about Horner's comments that the season could go down to the Abu Dhabi finale. Ocon and Albion's consistent performance Once again, Albon and Ocon performed this past weekend. Most importantly they outperformed their teammates- one being an ex-World Champion. Aston Martin: What could have been? After a relatively disappointing start to the season, Aston Martin seem to have found their feet. The panel dream about what could have been this weekend in Miami. Aston Martin had a great qualifying session and despite a pit-lane start the drivers drove a good race. Sebastian Vettel appears on question time Sebastian Vettel is known for his activism in recent years. The driver has made a stand about the environment, LGBT rights and human rights. He now will appear on the political panel “Question Time” The First Weekend of W-Series F1 wasn't the only hot topic in Miami. The Hard Rock Stadium also hosted the first weekend of W-Series races. The weekend saw back-to-back wins for Chadwick. The Nerds discuss their favourite drivers of the weekend and their love of the series. Follow FormulaNerds: http://www.Facebook.com/FormulaNerds http://www.twitter.com/Formula_Nerds http://www.instagram.com/FormulaNerds http://www.formulanerds.com
Bryan (@Q3SportsCards), Chris (@LeddysCollectibles), and TC (@undercards4) kick off Episode 015 and discuss the latest news and F1 card market activity. **At about the 56:00 minute mark, our live streaming program had issues and we had to remove about two minutes of the Max discussion from the audio file. We sincerely apologize for the issue.** The hosts discussed the latest on-track news with Red Bull rebounding and Ferrari's struggles at Imola. Afterwards, they covered the stabilizing card market, and then some personal pickups and moves. Finally, the hosts covering the resurgent Max Verstappen card market with some notable sales, why his cards may have temporarily dipped, and where the values could go from here. You can find our website at https://cardsformula.com/ You can find our audio podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, Spotify and at https://cardsformula.libsyn.com/ (RSS Feed). This fan show is unofficial and is not associated in any way with the Formula 1 companies. F1, FORMULA ONE, FORMULA 1, FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP, GRAND PRIX and related marks are trade marks of Formula One Licensing B.V.
With a stop in Europe before the circus heads stateside, some of the mid pack teams make real developmental progress on their cars. In America, both Indycar and IMSA put on spectacular shows on May 1st. Red Bull resurges in a big way, collecting near maximum points Ferrari falters, on home soil no less Good … Continue reading Episode 324: Italian GP at Imola Sees Different teams thrive! → The post Episode 324: Italian GP at Imola Sees Different teams thrive! first appeared on Fun With Cars.
It's Miami week so we need to clear out the Mailboxboxbox and news stories to make room for what we expect to be a crazy F1 weekend in South Beach! Thanks to all the listeners for sending us great pictures, videos , voicemails, and messages. We were sent stuff about accents, Formula Brunch, Neat Burger reviews, and more Imola thoughts. There is also news about Leonardo DiCaprio, Kevin Magnussen, Formula 1 Race Directors, and Nikita Mazepin. Join us for some laughs as we get prepped for Miami where the heat is on and debut a new outro! SUBSCRIBE to Purple Sector wherever you get your podcasts FOLLOW @PurpleSectorPod on Instagram and Twitter CALL/TEXT Purple Sector at +1 904-8-PURPLE
This week the guys discuss the upcoming race in Miami, a giant yacht tarp and what needs to happen for a successful Grand Prix weekend.View this episode on our YouTube channel! Comments or questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow us on Twitter and Instagram @tracklimitspod.Lando Norris was mentioned in this episode. Please save mean comments for the Stewards.
Llegó el jueves y es momento de responder algunas de sus preguntas post Gran Premio de Emilia Romagna. Comentamos del porque los auxiliares de pista no ayudaron a Carlos Sainz a sacar su auto de la grava. Explicamos cuál es proceso de los neumáticos después de una carrera y respondemos ¿Russell y Hamilton utilizan el mismo auto? ¡Formulero no olvides dejar tu like, tu comentario y suscribirte! ✅ Suscribe: https://www.youtube.com/formulalatina ✅ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FormulaLatinaPodcast/ ✅ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Formula_Latina ✅ Instagram: https://instagram.com/formulalatinapodcast Únete a nuestra liga en GRIDRIVAL en este enlace: https://bit.ly/3HNQ19T
First, we get to some news after trivia. Then, its time to break down everything that happened in Imola. Are sprint races worth it? Why was this one better and did it improve the race weekend? Predictions, thoughts, and more!
Welcome back to the Pitstop Podcast! WOW… What a weekend. After Imola, the first Grand Prix we've ever been to, we've got so much to tell you about! We round up the best trip of our lives, how everything happened and what to expect next! We speak about Russell's amazing start to the season, predicting Lando Norris's podium, and much more! Join us every Monday & Thursday for Q&A's, guests, race predictions, and a whole load of laughter. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Austin returns to the show and joins Matt and Charlie in talking about:-The Formula 1 race from Imola. -The NASCAR races (Xfinity and Cup) from Talladega.-Did Kyle Busch paint himself in a corner?-Preview Dover for NASCAR and Birmingham for Indy Car.-And more.Use #whatyathinkITM to respond to the question of the week:Should NASCAR have ran the Gen 7 car in select races in 2021 like they did for the COT prior to putting the car in full time competition?Make sure to sign up for the Ramblin about Racin Fantasy NASCAR League using the link below:https://fantasygames.nascar.com/live/league/marblesin Join the conversation with “Ramblin' about Racin'” using the hashtag #whatyathinkITM if you have something that you want discussed on future shows. If you want to be on the show with us reach out on social media or the website and we will get you the details on how to be on and talk racing with us. Check out our online stores with the links below. Use discount EASTER to get 10% off your order.Tee Spring: https://inthemarbles.creator-spring.com/Bonfire: https://www.bonfire.com/store/ramblin-about-racin/Like watching “Ramblin' about Racin'” vice listening. Make sure to check out YouTube channel. Thank you for listening to “Ramblin' about Racin',” where we bring the best post-race coverage and analysis throughout the NASCAR, Formula 1, and Indy Car Series. Host Matt Beamer (the NASCAR Guy), Charlie Hercus, and Preston Lood (the Formula 1 Guy) started this podcast in 2019 and look forward to sharing our passion for the sport they love. It would help the show a lot if you were to give us a rating on your podcast platform. Preston, Charlie, and Matt strive to bring you the best show every week. A rating will go a long way to show us how good we are doing. Make sure to follow “Ramblin' about Racin'” on all social media platforms: Facebook: Ramblin' about Racin'Twitter: @ramblinracinpodYouTube: Ramblin' about Racin' You can find links to all social media as well as links to our merchandise and podcast on our website: www.ramblinaboutracin.com
Joe Castello and Gio in Miami are joined by "Stubo" Sue Morris for a Special Announcement. Ross Chastain Wins at Talladega, NHRA SpringNationals, and Ferrari's Failure at Imola are discussed as F1 comes to Miami. SportsCollision talks NBA Playoffs, NFL Draft, and Miguel Cabrera joins 3000 hit club.
Max is back on top, Charles is in the mid field, and Lewis is closer to the back of the grid. Depending on your team and driver you loved this race or you could go the rest of the season without revisiting Imola. We don't cover much about this race but we do give lots of details about DRS. Surprisingly, one of the most requested topics is DRS so we took some time to break it down. Enjoy! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pushpush/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pushpush/support
Which team now has F1's best car? Red Bull's legendary designer Adrian Newey gives F1 Nation his take on the continuing race for upgrades, and the team's dominant 1-2 finish in Imola. For a packed show, Tom Clarkson's joined by 9-time Le Mans 24 Hours winner Tom Kristensen and Australian broadcaster Sam Power. They talk Charles Leclerc's costly error, Carlos Sainz's bad luck, and Toto Wolff's honest post-race message to Lewis Hamilton. Stunning drives from McLaren's Lando Norris, George Russell at Mercedes and AlphaTauri's Yuki Tsunoda are also on the menu. Plus, Aston Martin Team Principal Mike Krack joins to celebrate the team's double points finish, Esteban Ocon looks forward to driving an upgraded Alpine at the next race in Miami, and Tom Kristensen hails fellow Dane Kevin Magnussen's great start to 2022. This episode is sponsored by: F1 Manager: Visit F1manager.com to Wishlist the game on your platform of choice and follow @F1Manager on Twitter to stay up to speed Harry's: F1 Nation listener's can get hold of a free travel sized shower gel when you redeem a free Harry's Trial set at harry's.com/f1nation. All you need to do is pay £3.95 for delivery.
J-Bone (@JaredBorislow) recaps the wild 2022 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix at Imola before responding to some Imola-focused voicemails called into the Bone Phone (1-833-200-0966) by Formula Bone F1 Show listeners. J-BONE! (00:14) Imola Recap (16:36) Listener Voicemails This episode is brought to you by: NordVPN: NordVPN.com/BONE (HUGE discount on your NordVPN plan + FREE Threat Protection + FREE additional month + 30-day money-back guarantee!) Birddogs: Birddogs.com CODE: FBONE (Free tumbler!) Shop Formula Bone Merch: https://www.bolenmedia.com/shop/formula-bone Join the Formula Bone Discord: https://discord.gg/YwsAtSCGNX Leave a voicemail on the Bone Phone: 1-833-200-0966 Follow J-Bone on all social media @JaredBorislow Original music by 7toMidnight Presented by Bolen Media: BolenMedia.com
Join Paul and me as we review the Imola Grand Prix. We cover each team and driver as they finished and hand out awards like Move of the race, Donkey of the race and Drive of the race. Support us here: https://www.patreon.com/theparcferme
There was plenty of drama for the first sprint weekend of the year at Imola. Charles Leclerc's mistake at the end of the race, Lewis Hamilton trying to pass Gasly 25 times and Red Bull surging back into the championship with a 1-2. Lots of things to discuss in this week's WTF1 podcast! Elgato is the official sponsor of this podcast and are our official streaming partner, to find out more about Elgato visit their website here: https://e.lga.to/WTF1 Betterhelp: https://betterhelp.com/wtf1 JOIN Team WTF1 http://www.wtf1.com/teamwtf1
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It's been a slow start to the 2022 Formula 1 World Championship for Red Bull's Max Verstappen, but the reigning champ got it right this weekend by dominating all the events at Imola. Tonight we recap all the action with Tim Hauraney from the TSN Racing Pod. Contact & Feedback: Find us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you enjoy podcasts Tim Hauraney: @TimHauraney www.tsn.ca/tsn-racing-pod Website: http://www.scuderiaf1pod.com Email: email@example.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ScuderiaF1Podcast Twitter: @ScuderiaF1Pod Facebook: Scuderia F1 Podcast To advertise on this show, please visit https://www.advertisecast.com/ScuderiaF1 or email Overtime@AdvertiseCast.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
TJ Hernandez and Dan Weiner recap the 2022 F1 Imola Grand Prix and share their biggest betting and DFS takeaways.Timestamps:0:00 intro0:20 welcome2:09 Race Recap23:10 DFS Recap32:01 the winning lineup47:20 Ownership numbers55:10 Betting RecapFollow us on TwitterT.J. HernandezDan Weiner 4for4 LINKSDFS Strategy HubSubscribe to 4for4Join the 4for4 Discord
Edd Straw, Mark Hughes and Scott Mitchell analyse all the action from the 2022 Emilia Romagn Grand Prix at Imola, where it was once again Red Bull's Max Verstappen and Ferrari's Charles Leclerc lining up at the front of the grid. This podcast is sponsored by GridRival. To download the GridRival app visit: https://bit.ly/3qcUSeO To join The Race league use this link: https://gridrival.app.link/20iWm3Nagob
Brian and Matt recap the Emilio Romano Fettuccini Alfredo Grand Prix, invite fellow American patriot Zak Brown on the pod, talk about how Lewis' misery is Nico's kink, where they'd want to sit at that sexy team principal dinner, and how much they love Checo because Checo and Mexico RULE. Plus, the boys debut a new Jawn segment that fully cements us as F1's PR nightmare.Remember to rate & review us 5 stars, sluts!! And follow us on TikTok, Twitter, and Instagram. #GetZakOnTheRedFlags
A rain race at Imola! We get into a soaking wet quali and how the sprint played out, unforced errors from both Ferrari drivers, Red Bull's dominance all weekend, Mercedes' ongoing disaster, what this all means for both championships, and more. Follow us on Instagram @f1rthegirls!
Join us this week as we break down yet another wet and wild Imola GP and this time there is a sprint included! We'll discuss each teams' weekend performances and reflect on a championship that is very much back in play! Chat with James, Jon, Andy, and Deanna on Twitter, Instagram, Reddit, and Discord @outlapf1podcast, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and check out our website at www.outlapf1.com. Also be sure to subscribe to the Relapped YouTube channel hosted by Deanna. Donate to the podcast at https://anchor.fm/outlapf1/support - This episode is sponsored by Manscaped --- Use code OUTLAP to get 20% off and free shipping on Manscaped.com
4for4's panel of F1 experts preview the 2022 F1 Imola Grand Prix from a betting and DFS perspective.Timestamps:0:00 intro0:30 welcome1:53 qualifying & sprint recap10:05 DFS Strategy37:08 ownership projections38:47 Captain Choices44:47 Constructors46:45 Trying anything weird?48:41 Betting AnglesFollow us on TwitterT.J. HernandezDan Weiner 4for4 LINKSDFS Strategy HubSubscribe to 4for4Join the 4for4 Discord
It's a hire car special! Whilst waiting to leave the track car park in The Mighty Lancia Ypsilon, Luke Smith and Matt Kew get the podcast mics out to run through their analysis of the sprint race at Imola, and how the pecking order is looking for Sunday's Grand Prix.
Another busy week in Formula 1 including news that Lewis Hamilton is involved in a group looking to buy Chelsea Football Club, Carlos Sainz gets a new contract to keep him at Ferrari until the end of 2024 and we preview the Imola GP this weekend. All this and more on the podcast that is always up to speed with Formula 1! Contact & Feedback: Find us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you enjoy podcasts Website: http://www.scuderiaf1pod.com Email: email@example.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ScuderiaF1Podcast Twitter: @ScuderiaF1Pod Facebook: Scuderia F1 Podcast To advertise on this show, please visit https://www.advertisecast.com/ScuderiaF1 or email Overtime@AdvertiseCast.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tune in for an episode stacked with listener Mailboxboxbox submissions, breaking racing news, and a preview of this weekend's F1 Imola GP! Listeners sent in voicemails and messages discussing Sergio Perez, Romain Grosjean, tattoos, Australian Grand Prix attendees, Foster's beer, George Russell's bone structure, Formula 1 honeymooners, soup of the day, and beyond. The news covers the Mercedes versus Aston Martin safety car, Kevin Harvick's son ending up in Formula 1 or NASCAR, another F1 star having his watch stolen, and Günther Steiner's fortune cookie quote. Finally, we preview the Imola Grand Prix. The Sprint is back! Qualifying could be rainy! What trophy will Imola offer up this season? Can somebody spoil Ferrari's homecoming? SUBSCRIBE to Purple Sector wherever you get your podcasts FOLLOW @PurpleSectorPod on Instagram and Twitter CALL/TEXT Purple Sector at +1 904-8-PURPLE
J-Bone (@JaredBorislow) previews the fourth race of the 2022 Formula 1 season — this weekend's 2022 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix at Imola! J-BONE! (00:14) Imola's History (9:58) Storylines To Follow (20:48) Top 5 Finishers Prediction This episode is brought to you by: Birddogs: Birddogs.com CODE: FBONE (Free tumbler!) Shop Formula Bone Merch: https://www.bolenmedia.com/shop/formula-bone Join the Formula Bone Discord: https://discord.gg/YwsAtSCGNX Leave a voicemail on the Bone Phone: 1-833-200-0966 Follow J-Bone on all social media @JaredBorislow Original music by 7toMidnight Presented by Bolen Media: BolenMedia.com
RJ chopped it up with Racing Incident co-host Anna Tarkov about Formula One. They gushed about Lewis Hamilton, talked about the lack of racial and gender representation in the sport, the upcoming Imola and Miami Grands Prix and just what Drive to Survive has done for the sport. Also, RJ reads the prologue of Adrian Newey's excellent autobiography called How to Build a Car where Newey drives the Williams racing FW-15 F1 car around the track at Paul Ricard.
Ferrari's home race is a great chance for Charles Leclerc, but even more crucial for Carlos Sainz and his hopes of challenging for the 2022 F1 title. That's what our special guest Davide Valsecchi says. The Italian former GP2 champion and broadcaster joins Tom Clarkson, Natalie Pinkham and Damon Hill to give his take on Ferrari, and why this period of the season is so important for their title hopes. The team also chat Red Bull, Mercedes, McLaren, AlphaTauri and Alpine. Plus, what will the return of F1 Sprint mean for the teams and drivers, and how does it feel to beat Ferrari at their home track? Andiamo! This episode is sponsored by: BetterHelp: F1 listeners get 10% off their first month at betterhelp.com/f1nation Credit Karma: got to CreditKarma.com or the Credit Karma app to find the card for you.
Spanners and Trumpets are joined by pro Dutch journalist Jules Seegers and rising TikTok F1 star Antonia Rankin as they find the gold amongst the F1 dross. From Pirelli pressures to pricey products, from Red Bull's chances to Imola insight, no tyre goes unwarmed in this, the latest episode of Missed Apex Podcast.Please consider supporting us on patreon. We exist only because of our patron support:Missed Apex F1 is creating PodcastsOr use our Tip Jar to support our 2022 advertising campaign and help us grow the podcast Spanners Ready Spanners���� (@SpannersReady)firstname.lastname@example.orgMatt Trumpets mattpt55 (@mattpt55)email@example.comJules Seegers Jules Seegers (@JulesSeegers) / TwitterAntonia Rankin Antonia (@f1antonia) TikTok | Watch Antonia's Newest TikTok VideosAmanda Weaver: BOOKS | amandaweaver (amandaweavernovels.com) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.