The boy sounds off on the weekend in racing with the GMR Grand Prix of Indianapolis as well as the events out in Kansas. There was a lot to discuss and a lot of randomness in the back half of the episode but what would we be without our unfiltered-ness. Be sure to listen all the way through as we give hot take after hot take this week. Later on the boys give their picks for Indy 500 qualifying as well as our picks for the Allstar weekend. Be sure to check out all things nascar @nascardosage and for all things motorsports @ontheovertake --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nascardosage/message
This story is almost too crazy to be true. Our honorable Disinformation Tsar, Nina, seems to have a history the Biden Administration very much wants you to ignore. Don't. You can read it here if you'd rather I not read it to you: https://www.revolver.news/2022/05/biden-minster-of-truth-nina-jankowicz-and-the-secret-nato-funded-cabal-to-subvert-western-democracies-using-disinformation-as-cover/ SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS, they are hard to come by for Indy media!: Looking to change career paths, start a business, free yourself from the paycheck to paycheck lifestyle? Start here by signing up for The Daily Job Hunt, it's free!: https://careerhackers.com/ If you would like to get started in the political arena to claw back your liberty please go to: https://yaliberty.org/knock/ Young Americans for Liberty is doing amazing work to get Liberty minded candidates elected and you can be a part of it. Become a supporting member of Liberty Lockdown here!: https://libertylockdown.locals.com/ This is where I do monthly AMA's for supporting members only Super valuable stuff! Make sure to sign up over at Odysee so you can watch the video version of this show and not worry about censorship! It's free too! https://odysee.com/$/invite/@LibertyLockdown:8 Please follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/libertylockdown/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/LibertyLockPod Pickup LL shirts over at https://www.toplobsta.com/pages/liberty-lockdown Podcast subscriptions are the best way to never miss an episode: Apple https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/liberty-lockdown/id1138657182 Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/47zBxoqrvRr8Fxn87DlIUh VIDEO VERSION, sub the YT bruh! t.co/s4MO6TtOzu?amp=1 All links: https://www.libertylockdownpodcast.com/ As always, if you leave a five star review on Apple Podcasts with your social media handle I'll read it on next week's show (audio version only)! Love you long time
The Hoosier Ag Today Podcast for Tuesday, May 17, 2022: 1.)Indiana farmers have done a significant amount of catching up when it came to planting progress this past week. Eric Pfeiffer checks in with an agronomist with Pioneer on that progress. 2.) You'll also hear from Donald Davidson, Historian Emeritus with the Indianapolis Motor Speedway about the glass bottle of milk that's handed to the winner of the Indy 500 by Indiana Dairy at the end of each race. He'll talk about how that tradition started and evolved. 3.) Dry on Tuesday but showers may be likely on Wednesday, according to Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin. 4.) AND a limit-up day for wheat futures after India has temporarily banned its exports of wheat. Chuck Shelby with Risk Management Commodities previews how that ban could affect the grain markets the rest of this week. That's all part of the Tuesday's HAT Podcast!
Joe Castello and Gio in Miami discuss Kurt Busch's Huge Win at Kansas, Colton Herta gets Wild Win at Indy, NHRA Richmond Debrief, F1 Spanish GP, Miami GP Negative Press, Troy's Big Money Minute, WFO Fantasy League Update, SportsCollision, Troy & Gio Make a Wager.
Tonight on Trackside, Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin recap Saturday's GMR Grand Prix, won in the wet by Colton Herta. They discuss the brilliant strategy move from Bryan and Colton Herta to switch to slick tires early in the race, which propelled him from 14th to the lead. Kevin and Curt talk about the chaotic race, with multiple tire strategies and suspect conditions, and list all the drivers that could have ended up in the top five. Later, they discuss how the aeroscreen held up in the rain for the first time in race conditions, what the drivers had to say about the conditions, and what can be improved for the future. Kevin and Curt also give information about the Prime 47 Burger Bash next Monday, and some of the exciting items that are up for auction. Our News of the Day, brought to you by the Indianapolis Speedrome and Circle City Raceway, is the Indy 500 practice schedule for Tuesday. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today's Best of Features: (00:00-26:25) – Our friend the great Sean Salisbury makes his weekly visit to give us his take on the schedule of the Colts, the Texans, and the rest of the AFC South. Plus, Sean Salisbury shares his storyline of the year in the AFC South. (26:26-39:29) – Indiana favorite Ed Carpenter of Ed Carpenter Racing stops by to discuss his prep for the Indy 500 at the end of the month. Plus, Ed talks on his team's performance in the GMR Grand Prix at IMS this past weekend. Plus, Dan asks Ed what kind of data and analytics that he and his engineers focus on while getting ready for a race. Also, Ed shares what differences if any are present for drivers with Roger Penske owning Indy Car and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Later, Dan asks Ed what the biggest challenge is of being an Indy Car team owner. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to Episode 272! We talk about the latest Nintendo Indy Showcase of games. Second, we share our thoughts on talk show hosts like recently deceased Kevin Samuels and the sort of career they have. Lastly, we have a SPOILERCAST discussion about Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness film that just released. Hope you enjoy!
Backstage reaction to MJF's contract dispute with AEWViolent fan attack at an Indy wrestling show yesterday.A WWE SmackDown Team possibly turning babyfacePopular AEW Star teases Dynamite returnMAJOR IMPACT Wrestling faction returns at IMPACT tapingsTom Campbell takes a look at all the latest wrestling news from WWE, AEW, IMPACT Wrestling, New Japan and around the wrestling world. Get the most up-do-date wrestling news from Cultaholic.com or our social platforms.Watch us: Youtube.com/Cultaholic | Twitch.tv/CultaholicSupport us: Patreon.com/Cultaholic | CultaholicShop.comFollow us: Twitter.com/Cultaholic | Facebook.com/Cultaholic | Instagram.com/CultaholicWrestling See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ron shares with Laird and all of you his recent experience getting to hear the Maestro John Williams and violinist extraordinaire Anne-Sophie Mutter live in concert with the Philadelphia Orchestra. They listen to audio from that magical night and the one that followed two days later in Carnegie Hall this past April. Plus news, more music and a preview of upcoming John Williams releases. [In Stereo]
**TRIGGER WARNING (This episode discusses death, listener discretion is advised) WELCOME BACK, BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE!! This week I am finally taking to time to catch up with you all. I know, where have I been, what have I been doing? Am I even alive?? Are you and your man still together? All of your questions will be answered. Grab a glass of Moscato or your favorite bottle of water and catch up with your favorite Indy podcast. Make sure you subscribe and follow us on social media! IG: https://bit.ly/37j6FQc TW: https://bit.ly/3jdeMjt Check out our website: https://bit.ly/31kfjtK Listen on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3nCZHdZ Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2FNqeow ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Focused on a variety of topics including current events, our personal experiences & sharing advice, mental health, and hosting guests from time to time.
Darren recaps last weekend's Nascar Cup Series Goodyear 400 at Darlington Raceway, discusses the last news and notes, and preview's this weekend's IndyCar GMR Grand Prix at the Indianapolis Road Course and Nascar Advent Health 400 at Kansas Speedway.
It's time for the 3rd preview and it's the Frontier League's turn! Nick and Will breakdown the offseason and outlook for each of the league's 16 teams. There's also AAPB opening day and the past week in the ALPB to discuss, including issues over in Staten Island. And a big signing in Indy Ball. You won't want to miss this episode of the Indy Ball Report podcast!Recorded- May 13, 2022Uploaded- May 14, 2022Intro- 00;00-01;48Krause dismissal- 01;48-13;00ALPB this week- 13;00-23;10FL Preview- 23;10-01;41;35Overview- 23;10-25;30Extra Innings- 25;30-32;10Playoffs- 32;10-33;45Teams/Divisions- 33;45-35;352022 News/Info- 35;35-38;30 2021 Recap- 38;30-42;15 East Preview- 42;15-01;14;05 Sussex County- 42;15-46;30 Empire State- 46;30-49;00 NJ- 49;00-53;05 NY- 53;05-57;10 Ottawa- 57;10-01;00;55 Quebec- 01;00;55-01;04;45 TR- 01;04;45-01;08;20 TC- 01;08;20-01;14;05 West Preview- 01;14;05-01;40;50 Evansville- 01;14;05-01;18;35 Florence- 01;18;35-01;21;50 Gateway- 01;21;50-01;25;15 Joliet- 01;25;15-01;27;55 Lake Erie- 01;27;55-01;31;10 Schaumburg- 01;31;10-01;35;03 Washington- 01;35;03-01;38;13 Windy City- 01;38;13-01;41;50 Predictions- 01;41;50-01;47;00Outro- 01;47;00-ENDReferenced episodes are linked in the show notes on indyballreport.com
Let it breathe. Featuring: Dave Roberts & Andi Preller. Running Time: 1:20:37 This week, Dave and Andi review the 2022 German Netflix horror movie Das Privileg (The Privilege) Before that though, we discuss what we got into this past week including: The Grudge (2020), Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022), Rick and Morty Season 4
This week sees a return of IndyCar to Indy at IMS. It's a beautiful day for a motor car race! (Those of you that have been around a while will know that phrase.) But first, we start off with Steve Wilson, editor in chief of SpeedwayDigest.com and our official NASCAR contributor. He's going to be breaking down the racing at Kansas Speedway with the NASCAR boys. Tonight is a truck race and tomorrow, the big boys roll out onto the track. It's going to be a great weekend of racing! Tony Donahue from the TonyD podcast and BurnoutSports.com joins us to break down the IndyCar action at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. This afternoon, we have the Indy Grand Prix. We'll be breaking down the action for you in preparation for the big race in a couple of weeks...The Indianapolis 500! Call in at 917-889-8516. You don't want to miss this one...it's about to get good!!
Colts rookie minicamp opened today, so the media got a chance to ask Reich about Foles, Jelani Woods, and the chances for the 22 undrafted free agents in camp! Jarvis Landry signed with the Saints, so the Colts have one less bad option as they look for wide receiver help. Jeff Saturday and Antoine Bethea tell rookies about the opportunity they have in front of them beginning today! Tom Allen gets transfer from Bama! (He was a walk-on, so temper your excitement.) Could the Live local TV blackout of the Indy 500 actually return? Roger Penske couldn't be that obtuse could he be? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
(00:00-26:10) – The Dan Dakich Show opens up on a Friday with Jimmy Cook hosting for Dan today while he's supporting Teagan Shaw and Harvard softball. JCook opens the show by giving his initial thoughts on the construction of the Colts schedule, how he doesn't like how they have a heavy divisional schedule right out of the gate, and dive a little into wins and losses for the Colts. (26:10-40:10) – Jason Hammer from 93.1 WIBC makes his weekly stop on the Dan Dakich Show with Jimmy Cook filling in for Dan to give his initial thoughts on the Colts schedule, a very early bet that he likes in Colts/Texans, and shares some of his best bets for today! (40:10-44:53) – Hour number one concludes with Jimmy Cook announcing the details of the A Night in the Fan Cave brought to you by Forum Credit Union! (44:53-1:10:35) – One half of Kevin & Query in Jake Query joins Jimmy Cook ahead of the GMR Grand Prix tomorrow to educate Jimmy on the history of the Delta Force theme song, gives his record prediction for the Indianapolis Colts, and some of the names to watch that could win the Indy 500. (1:10:35-1:19:10) – Alan Cashman from TheCashmanWins.com joins Jimmy on the Dan Dakich Show to give some analysis on the Colts win total, highlights the only subscriber play that he has for tonight, and his thoughts on the NBA playoffs. (1:19:10-1:35:04) – Jimmy closes out the second hour of today's show with Casey Vallier of the Colts Radio Network to give his thoughts on how the schedule played out for the team, how happy he is that they finally got a true home primetime game, and how the late games on the schedule against potential playoff teams is huge. (1:35:04-1:58:05) – The final hour of the Dan Dakich Show with Jimmy Cook opens with Forbes Sports Tony Eastto give his positional mock draft needs for the Indiana Pacers for the upcoming NBA Draft, whether or not it would make a lot of sense for the Pacers to go after Jalen Brunson in free agency, and an overall synopsis of the NBA playoffs. (1:58:05-2:09:40) – With the Colts schedule being released yesterday, Jimmy Cook and producer Eddie Garrison officially go through the schedule to weigh in on how the games will go and give their first record prediction. (2:15:25-2:16:24) – The final segment of the Dan Dakich Show with Jimmy Cook closes with JCook giving his daily plays of the day along with a quick recap of how he and producer Eddie Garrison think the Colts will do. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
To support independent ski journalism, please consider becoming a free or paid subscriber. Starting in June, paid subscribers will receive podcasts three days before free subscribers.WhoDoug Fish, President and Founder of the Indy PassRecorded onMay 9, 2022About the Indy PassHere’s an overview of the 2022-23 Indy Pass suite:And here’s what that gets you access to:Why I interviewed himIt’s unfortunate that Steamboat, a personal favorite and one of Colorado’s most amiable mountains, has become the avatar for sticker-shock skiing, but there it is: $269 peak-day walk-up lift tickets last season. Any collateral pain is self-inflicted, and they seem committed to the process, so I don’t feel too bad hammering on them about it. Still, for readers of this newsletter, most of whom have next year’s Ikon Passes tucked into their jacket pockets by Easter, my ceaseless yammering about walk-up ticket prices can probably seem tedious and abstract, like detailing the logistical challenges of sustainable asteroid mining or the tolerable viral load of a brontosaurus: who cares?Which is a fair question. But as the three dozen or so mega-resorts that have mainlined this triple-digit ticket tactic race toward $300 for a day of skiing, a cartoonishly absurd double universe has materialized. One that makes comparisons like this possible: for $10 more than an Ikon-oblivious skier would pay for one day at Steamboat, they could have skied 162 days at 81 ski areas with a $279 Indy Pass. Which is probably more days than most skiers rack up in a decade, and more ski areas than they visit in a lifetime.It’s a hell of a bargain, is what I’m trying to say here, and an amazing product that the greater skiing public has, so far, failed to appreciate in large numbers. Indy predicted 400,000 redemptions this past season. The number came in at 125,000. That’s a 68.75 percent miss, which Fish attributes, in this interview, to overzealous predictions coming off the bomber Covid-induced boom season of 2020-21. What that means, for us skiers, is that this thing probably has plenty of room left to grow.“Growth” means a couple things here. First, more resorts are incoming. Fish promised as much in this interview, even in already crowded New England. The smaller-than-expected number of redemptions means the 85 percent cut of Indy revenue that goes to the resorts was not as diluted as Fish feared it could have been (he explains how the pass operates in the interview). Plus, the new Allied Resorts discount program is broad enough that this thing could easily reach a total of 200 downhill partners (it’s not unthinkable that the addition of cross-country ski areas could push that number toward 300).Second, more skiers are likely coming too. That’s a good thing. Numbers bring stability. Wouldn’t more skiers mean more redemptions? Yes, but it means more revenue, too, and since it’s likely that the most hardcore skiers – i.e. those most likely to redeem 30 days – are already in. Fish was comfortable enough with the average number of redemptions that he held prices steady for next season – and sales are strong as a result.For all the attention The Storm lavishes on the Indy Pass, the product is an industry minnow, not even three years old. Yet somehow this little pass with as many annual visits as an Eagle County weekend has stapled itself to the marquee alongside the Epic and Ikon passes, a toddler in size 14 boots. It’s been astonishing to watch it grow, but it will be more amazing still to see what happens when it grows into those knee-high kicks. Fish is the first three-time guest on The Storm Skiing Podcast. Yes, because he’s generous with his time and humble in his approach, but also because he keeps coming up with new things to say, keeps making the story more compelling, keeps making us believe that this is something worth talking about.What we talked aboutContinued discussion on whether any of the Mt. Hood ski areas would ever land on Indy; redemption and sales totals versus expectations for this past ski season; how the Indy Pass works from a business point of view; how Indy is able to sign headliners like Powder Mountain and Jay Peak, which could easily align with the Epic or Ikon passes; how Cannon kept visits high even as the mountain added an enormous number of blackout dates; White Pass finds the Epkon refugees; the power of Brundage and Tamarack as a combined destination; other popular Indy combos; the New England state that will definitely get a new full Indy Pass partner before next season; expansion potential in New York; the chances of Jay staying with Indy post-sale (whenever that happens); why Indy Pass prices will stay steady for 2022-23; why the Indy Pass processing fee exists and why it’s here to stay; the Indy Switch Pass; untangling the spaghetti bowl of last year’s blackout dates; fixing the Saturday problem; thoughts on the recent additions of Kelly Canyon, Bluewood, and Ski Sawmill; the surprising appeal of Swain; finally breaking into Colorado, with Sunlight; the number of Indy Pass visits that originate out of state; thoughts on Japan; dispensing with the resort target number; losing Marmot Basin; the genesis and purpose of the Allied Resorts program; begging Doug to shift Burke to full partner status; and why Indy began including cross-country ski areas and how the response has been so far. Why I thought that now was a good time for this interviewSince it debuted in 2008, the Epic Pass has both held steady and constantly evolved. Its premise, from the beginning, was fairly basic: unlimited access to all Vail Resorts, all the time. It launched with six mountains, and now includes access to 9,000. But almost annually, Vail has added some innovation or another: the Epic Local Pass, various versions of the Epic Day Pass, local and midweek passes, a massive lodging and on-mountain discount program, the Epic Mix tracking app, a payment plan, etc. Some of these innovations were more useful than others, but every year, we can expect something new. And that’s in addition to all the extra ski areas.Vail, skiing’s imperial fleet, rippling with aircraft carriers and battleships and submarines, is well equipped to dream up such annual salvos of newness. It’s impressive that Indy, with a staff that would be insufficient to captain a 30-foot fishing boat, has orchestrated a commando version of this evolution. The 2019 Indy Pass cost $199 and delivered two days each at 34 ski areas. There were no blackouts and no product variation (a few partners offered an add-on pass). The next year: 52 ski areas, plus a $99 kids pass and a $129 add-on pass, available uniformly across all partner ski areas. The Indy+ Pass and a payment plan also debuted. 2021 brought a (probably too large, Fish now admits) price increase, but access to 66 ski areas at launch and an additional 17 by December, including four in Japan. By the time Indy confirmed its 2022-23 lineup last month, the roster stood at 83 downhill partners. An ambitious cross-country initiative seeks to add more than 30 Nordic partners by winter, and the standalone XC pass is just $69 (all Indy Pass holders get the XC days). And the Allied Resorts program, announced earlier this week, ensures that nearly any ski area that’s interested can fold itself into this nationally marketed network. Fish also held prices steady, upped the renewal discount, and introduced the Indy Switch Pass to encourage Epkon snobs to reconsider.There was plenty to talk about, is my point. And Fish, as always, accommodated, on one condition: for the love of God can we keep it to an hour?Questions I wish I’d askedI had meant to ask Doug about the possibility of pre-loading Indy tickets onto resort’s RFID cards, but I didn’t get to it. While he said that such integrations were “not practical,” he did provide the following statement, teasing a pretty cool tech upgrade coming for the season after next:In partnership with our tech partner Entabeni Systems, we will be rolling out an app for the 2023-24 season [I incorrectly indicated on Twitter earlier this week that this feature would be available for next ski season] that will allow our passholders to carry their pass on their phones. Among other features, it will contain a scannable QR code that can be read at the ticket window, eliminating the need for looking them up in our system.This app can be deployed without passing any additional costs on to our customers which we’d have to do if we issued a physical pass.What we got wrongI intimated that Powder Mountain was outside of the Wasatch Mountains, but the ski area in fact lies within this mountain range. I also suggested that Winter Park was a blacked-out mountain on the Ikon Pass, which it is not (on any version of the product other than the Ikon Session Pass). Doug also referred to “Wintergreen,” West Virginia. He meant Winterplace. Wintergreen is in Virginia, and is not an Indy Pass partner. Doug also referred to the marketing director of Sunlight, Colorado as “Tony Hawks” – his name is Troy Hawks, and you can (and should) follow him on Twitter here, since he’s the man who brough Indy Pass to Colorado.Why you should buy the Indy PassIn my head, gas is always a dollar a gallon. Even decades after that fleeting era when I pushed shopping carts for $4.35 an hour and drove a rusty pick-up, any sum over $15 to fill my gas tank baffles me. Candy bars are forever lodged at 35 cents, Hostess cupcakes at 55 cents – such were the prices when I would peddle my Huffy to the neighborhood Total in the 1980s.I’m sure there’s a name for this pricing nostalgia. Whatever it’s called, the first best thing about the Indy Pass has become a liability, as It-Used-to-Cost-$199 Bro forever peppers social media with his waxings of this bygone era. “When the Indy Pass came out, it was under $200 and there were no blackouts,” he will complain. “And it came with a pair of Volkls and a free Subaru. Now it costs $279, there’s all kinds of blackouts, and the courtesy ‘vehicle’ is just a Shetland pony without a saddle. It’s all going to hell!”Bros across America need to let it go. Yes, last year’s price jump was a little extreme. Fish admits as much in the interview. But it is still a very good deal – had it debuted at $279 with its current roster, it would seem like the greatest thing ever. That’s because it is. The glory in the Indy Pass is not in what it was – a coalition of 34 broadly distributed resorts – but in what it has become and is transforming into. We’re closing in on 100 partners, and we’ll likely blow right past that by the Fourth of July. God bless America. This is one damn fine product.There is one more dumbass Bro out there that befuddles Indy’s ascension: It’s-Not-Worth-It Bro. It’s-Not-Worth-It Bro’s narrative goes something like this: yes, it’s cool that Indy put all these mountains on one pass, but they’re not the sort of ski resorts that are “worth” traveling to Montana/Idaho/Utah for or anything.I beg your pardon? Scroll back to the chart at the top of this article. Red Lodge: 2,400 vertical feet, 1,635 acres, 250 inches of annual snowfall. Powder Mountain: 2,205 vert/8,464 acres (3,000 lift-served)/400 inches. Brundage: 1,921/1,920/320. Castle: 2,833/3,592/354. Exactly which district of Narnia do you call home if these numbers leave you yawning?There are a lot of good reasons to buy an Indy Pass: you live within a few hours of a half dozen or more partners and are looking for a reasonably priced family winter. You have an Epkon pass but are leary of voyaging through the gates of Mount Snow/Keystone/Mammoth/Crystal on a midwinter Saturday. You’ve already visited every high-speed demo center on the continent and are looking for something different. You’re Van Life Bro and want to ski an entire winter for less than five dollars. You want to support skiing’s equivalent of craft beer (only, in this case, the indie label is a lot less expensive). Or you just love skiing and everything about it, and you want to understand this dynamic world to the fullest extent possible.There are good reasons not to buy the Indy Pass, too: you don’t travel much, the mountains are too far, you are happy with your local, you dad’s private plane is too big to land at any mountain town airport other than Eagle. But if your goal is lots of skiing, and if you don’t exactly need a home mountain and have a little flexibility to travel, if you value novelty and don’t mind the occasional mile-long Hall double chair ride to the summit, then lock this thing in before prices increase on May 18.More Indy Pass on The Storm Skiing Podcast:Snow Ridge, New York GM Nick MirBeaver Mountain, Utah owner Travis SeeholzerLittle Switzerland, Nordic Mountain, The Rock Co-Owner Rick SchmitzTamarack, Idaho President Scott TurlingtonShawnee Mountain, Pennsylvania CEO Nick FredericksChina Peak, California CEO Tim CoheeLutsen and Granite Peak Owner Charles SkinnerCaberfae Peaks, Michigan Co-Owner and GM Tim MeyerWhaleback Executive Director Jon Hunt (recorded pre-Indy)Titus Mountain Co-Owner Bruce Monette Jr. (recorded pre-Indy)Indy Pass Founder Doug Fish (April 27, 2021 – 2nd appearance)West Mountain, New York owners Sara and Spencer Montgomery (recorded pre-Indy)Montage Mountain Managing Owner Charles Jefferson (recorded pre-Indy)Granite Peak, Wisconsin GM Greg FisherWaterville Valley, New Hampshire GM Tim SmithBolton Valley, Vermont President Lindsay DesLauriersBousquet GM and ownership (recorded pre-Indy)Saddleback, Maine GM Andy Shepard (recorded pre-Indy)Jay Peak, Vermont GM Steve WrightCannon Mountain, New Hampshire GM John DeVivoIndy Pass Founder Doug Fish (May 31, 2020 – 1st appearance)Berkshire East and Catamount, Massachusetts Owner Jon SchaeferBurk Mountain GM Kevin Mack (recorded pre-Indy)Magic Mountain, Vermont President Geoff HathewayThe Storm publishes year-round, and guarantees 100 articles per year. This is article 51/100 in 2022. Want to send feedback? Reply to this email and I will answer (unless you sound insane). You can also email email@example.com. Get full access to The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast at www.stormskiing.com/subscribe
Colts schedule requires a quick 2-0 start to be able to get back to the playoffs, and that hasn't happened in 13 years! If Matt Ryan, Jonathan Taylor, and Darius Leonard ball out early, then can put the AFC South to sleep before November gets here! Four prime time games with two at home will give Indy and the Colts plenty of exposure. Heat ended the 76ers season against an apathetic James Harden. Mavs force game seven behind Luka and should-have-been Indiana Pacer Jalen Brunson! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
In honor of Mental Health Month, this episode of The Indy discusses accessibility to mental and physical health facilities in Santa Barbara and throughout California. Host Molly McAnany speaks with Luz Reyes-Martín VP of Engagement and the Action Fund for Planned Parenthood Central Coast about what California is doing to prepare for the potential influx of people seeking reproductive care as women's constitutional right to abortion access has been threatened with the potential overturning of Roe v. Wade. Indy Reporter Jennifer Yoshikoshi sits down with Toni Navarro and Suzanne Grimmesey of the Santa Barbara County Department of Behavioral Wellness to talk about the lack of inpatient psychiatric beds at the state and national level for patients who need and seek help.Additional Information on Topics Discussed:Future of Abortion Council ReportPrograms and Services Offered by the SB Dept. of Behavioral Wellness 2022
We have Evan Posocco on to talk Coke racing at Kansas, we get word on a particular long race in the rolling hills of France, and the Indy 500 is in full swing as we prepare for the big race. Take a load off and join us in the iRacers Lounge! iRacers Lounge Podcast is available on iTunes and Apple's Podcasts app, Stitcher, TuneIn, Google Play Music, Spotify, Soundcloud, Podbean, Spreaker, Podbay, PodFanatic, Overcast, Amazon, and other podcast players. Sponsors: Hosts: Mike Ellis – twitter.com/MikeDeanEllis David Hall – www.twitch.tv/mixmage Greg Hecktus – twitter.com/froozenkaktus – www.twitch.tv/froozenkaktus Brian Maccubbin – www.twitch.tv/MacRubbinsRacin Kyle Pendygraft – twitter.com/LoudPedalGaming Tony Groves – www.twitch.tv/SirGroves Adam Josselyn- twitter.com/Jossad83 Chris Scales – twitter.com/JediMcfly Tony Rochette – twitter.com/TonyRochette Tom Dreiling – Links: Old Show Notes – bit.ly/2CFeArM Facebook – www.facebook.com/iRacersLounge/ Twitter – twitter.com/iracerslounge Instagram – instagram.com/iracersloungepodcast/ Web (New Show Notes) – iracerslounge.com/
Tonight on Trackside, Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin preview this weekend's GMR Grand Prix, and discuss a street inside IMS being re-named Castroneves Drive. They speculate on whether or not Helio will be back full-time in IndyCar next season, and talk about whether the Grand Prix can give a driver momentum heading into the Indy 500. Kevin and Curt talk with Indy 500 winners Juan Pablo Montoya and Simon Pagenaud. We hear from Juan about the difficulty driving part-time and starting his IndyCar season at the IMS Road Course, how his son's racing career is progressing. Our News of the Day, brought to you by the Indianapolis Speedrome and Circle City Raceway comes from Roger Penske talking to Dave Calabro of WTHR about his long-held desire to buy IMS and the long-term plans for the track and series. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this week's Minipod I discuss my new, utterly delicious daily breakfast and how I make it.I also chat about the most uplifting room spray, a sensual candle, an affordable fragrance that perfectly captures the spirit of summer and I turn to my Indy brand expert Sam Freedman who this week recommends a stunning crystal skincare brand.Here's what I mention:Nutribullet 600 Series Starter KitAntonia Burrell And Breathe SprayFloral Street Black Tulip CandleEstee Lauder Bronze Goddess Eau FraicheSam's Indy brand of the week : Palm of Feronia
WATCH THE KJ TODAY SHOW: From TWILIGHT, Peter Facinelli chats his new movie, The Ravine and getting a speeding ticket in Indy plus he plays our game, ONE MUST GO: The Batman Edition. Also joining KJ, celebrating 20 years of the award winning Smiley Morning Show, radio host and friend, Dave Smiley joins the show and plays a round of NEW KID or TWILIGHT KID to win tickets for a lucky member of KJ's KREW! All the positive vibes continue with a round of Tell Me Something Good, KJ's hilarious mishaps during her first professional soccer game as the announcer for the Indy Eleven W team and a NEW feature, DEAR KJ asks "Why did Producer Patches get moved to the basement?" Looking for fun? Need some positivity? We got you. The KJ TODAY show is live Wednesdays at 7pm with a full hour of positive vibes, people to know, pets and pop culture powered by the Kinda Nerdy Girls. Join KJ's Krew for exclusive giveways, content and fun. It's free and easy to sign up at kjtodayshow.com #kjtoday #kjtodayshow #popculture #peopletoknow #pets #positivevibes #liveshow #positivity #fun #twilight #twilightfans #peterfacinelli #davesmiley #smileymorningshow #kj
In this On the Move, hosts Matt Avery and John Kraman kick off the show with some news on Ford's Bronco and Maverick models. From there, they discuss summer fun options available in showrooms and packing manual transmissions before connecting with Katie Osborne, floor reporter for Mecum Auctions on MotorTrend. Katie's been busy, filling the guys in on her time at the Kentucky Derby, as well as her experience as part of Dodge's Chief Donut Maker promotion. In the latter part of this week's show, Matt and John set their sights on all-things Indy, discussing the upcoming 35th Annual Dana Mecum's Original Spring Classic auction. The pair touch on the plethora of collections, including The 1967 Camaro Z28 Collection, the headlining Ray Evernham Collection, The Motor City Muscle Collection and The AMC Collection. Then, they each share a few standouts, with John liking a 1969 Dodge Hemi Charger 500 and a 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge Ram Air IV, while Matt's smitten by two modified 1967 Camaros: one by the legendary Nickey Chevrolet and the other by Dick Harrell as part of Yenko Chevrolet's operations. Before wrapping, John gives the rundown of the planned television coverage of the auction on MotorTrend and all the excitement that will be found online.
Alex talks about his experiences down at the Miami GP. Hinch joins us from a fancy movie set in Canada. The guys talk about the upcoming Indy GP, and we do another segment of Ask Alex. Send in your Ask Alex questions, and let us know if you want to help the couple from this week's episode with a suite pass or two.+++Subscribe to our YouTube Channel.Follow us on Twitter at @askofftrack. Or individually at @Hinchtown, @AlexanderRossi, and @TheTimDurham.The music you heard in this episode comes from:Ryan Dann of Holland Patent Public Library. You can find him online at hollandpatentpubliclibrary.com
Tonight on Trackside, Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin turn the focus to this weekend's GMR Grand Prix on the IMS Road Course. They talk about historic trends since the race's inception in 2014, and discuss the possibility of rain Saturday. They also break down the significance of the Month of May to the season-long points title in both IndyCar and Indy Lights. Kevin and Curt discuss the lengthy list of drivers they believe can win the Indy 500, including the chances for Juan Pablo Montoya. They take listener questions, such as Homestead potentially re-joining the IndyCar schedule. Our News of the Day, brought to you by the Indianapolis Speedrome and Circle City Raceway comes from Rinus VeeKay, who talked Wednesday about his contract situation. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
(00:00-24:12) – The show opens with Dan interacting with emails and the YouTube Chat about his comments yesterday regarding the lack of difference makers from the Colts. Plus, Dan reviews some national headlines including some stories on PETA protesters. (24:13-35:27) – Dan continues his back and forth with the YouTube Chat and discussing the likelihood that Yannick Ngakoue is actually a difference maker for the Colts this season. (35:28-41:33) – The first hour closes with Dan talking about his favorite announcers of all-time and how he feels about (41:34-1:04:15) – The Voice of Indy Car and the Indy 500 Mark Jaynes joins the show to get us ready for the GRM Grand Prix at IMS this weekend. Plus, Mark looks ahead to the greatest spectacle in racing, the Indy 500, which is just a few weeks away. Later, Mark talks on the 33 entrants for the 500 and what fans can expect throughout the month of May. Plus, Dan talks more on the Colts. (1:04:16-1:19:06) –Andrew Bartolacci stops by the program to give us a testimonial on how the Dakich Cycles for the City program impact students and families at a local school. Dan also reminds folks how they can donate to the cause. (1:19:07-1:24:42) – Hour number two concludes with Dan looking at a local pitcher who is making his MLB Debut with the Dodgers. (1:24:43-1:46:29) – The final hour of the show begins with Dan and show producer Jimmy Cook talking about the top play on SC Top 10 list. Plus, Dan shares a memory from his childhood days. Also, Dan ponders if the Reds will blow a lead. Dan also continues his engagement with the YouTube Chat on the state of the Indianapolis Colts. (1:46:30-1:59:20) – Dan talks more on why he feels the Colts have primarily brought in castoffs this offseason. Plus, a look at the struggles of the current regime leading the Colts. (1:59:21-2:07:17)– Wednesday's show ends with Dan sharing the results from the Horseshoe Indianapolis Race of the Day. Also, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today's Best of Features: (00:00-12:50) – The Voice of Indy Car and the Indy 500 Mark Jaynes joins the show to get us ready for the GRM Grand Prix at IMS this weekend. Plus, Mark looks ahead to the greatest spectacle in racing, the Indy 500, which is just a few weeks away. Later, Mark talks on the 33 entrants for the 500 and what fans can expect throughout the month of May. (12:51-15:51) – Andrew Bartolacci stops by the program to give us a testimonial on how the Dakich Cycles for the City program impacted students and families at a local school. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Fuel prices are back at record highs, as diesel demand surges for spring planting. Plus, ag secretary Tom Vilsack speaks to Congress, and meet the dairyman ready for the winner's circle at the Indy 500. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's The Week In IndyCar Listener Q&A show, which uses listener-driven comments and questions covering a variety of topics submitted by fans via Twitter, Facebook, and Reddit. The main conversations? Themes to watch at the Indy 500, the Miami Grand Prix, and more! Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribe Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast [WTI]
The NFL is releasing its schedule later this week so Pro Football Focus analyst Ben Linsey joined the show to talk about the quarterbacks the Vikings are set to face this season. Are there stats to suggest Justin Fields will be better? Zach Wilson has to take a huge step forward. Did we see the best of Mac Jones last year? How about Matt Ryan in Indy? Tua in Miami? Plus Matthew answers fan questions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Join hosts Kylo Ri, DJ Lloyd Willin', Deuce Touché, and David Roughin as they discuss Kevin Samuels, The Roe v. Wade Supreme Court Draft Leak, the Pro-Life Spiderman, Keith Cooper's New Bag, Andrew Wilhoite's Election Race from Jail, K Dot's "Heart Part 5", Jack Harlow's "Come Home the Kids Miss You", IDK and Kaytranada's "Simple", Dave Chapelle's Fan Fight, Ray J VS Kim K, Atlanta Recap, Dr. Strange Recap, the 2022 NBA Playoffs, Coach Cynthia Cooper, Jokic's MVP, and much more! Season 6 Episode 21 features an exclusive interview with Indianapolis Premiere DJ, Iman Tucker. Tune in as he details his DJ Journey, his Faith, Building Believe Brand Co, Developing Partnerships with the Indy's Professional Sports Teams, honing his craft, and much more! Sponsors: Magnoliagreenco.com For all things PreGame Podcast visit www.livefromthepregame.com For exclusive content and experiences check out the PreGame Podcast on Patreon by visiting http://www.patreon.com/thepregamepodcast DOWNLOAD. LISTEN. WELCOME TO THE PREGAME.
Saludos amigo fiebru! En el episodio de hoy hablamos sobre los ratings de la transmisión de la carrera de Formula 1 en Miami. Los promotores están abierto a sugerencias para el circuito y la posibilidad de ver a Vettel en Indy! shop www.prracingsports.com patreon.com/prracingsports --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/prracingsports/support
Episode 253 of Boss Hog of Liberty is out! Jeremiah Morrell, Chase Peyton, Zach Burcham, Joey Mulinaro, Kyle Robbins, and new face Grayson Jolsin are in the building to talk about the Kentucky Derby, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, F1 reaction from Miami, Zach's completion of the mini marathon and much more. Joey owns a horse that ran at the derby this weekend, he and Conor Daly are hosting a live podcast with Indy 500 champ Alex Rossi and 500 pole sitter James Hinchcliffe on May 16th in Indy, and there is a special opportunity to win a suite pass for this weekend's race with Joey atop the IMS Pagoda. And we can't wait to play in Joey's new motorhome from Mt Comfort RV all month long. As always a fun episode, worth every moment of your time! Our program is community supported on Patreon. Do your part by chipping into the cause by donating monthly at any level at www.patreon.com/bosshogofliberty and receive even more BONUS coverage and content. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this Episode of Rule the Galaxy, we compile four mini episodes that we did live at the ICCCon in Nashville. Joe, Brent, Alfie and Nick make the trip down from Indy... We host one show with just the four of us...AOTC, Mara Jade, Timothy Zahn, the Last Jedi and New Jedi Order Nick is a guest on ECPCTV podcast and discusses the Love Story that is AOTC Brent is a guest on ECPCTV podcast and discusses fuel usage in the Last Jedi We host one more show and this time Flynn Hendrix is our guest...so much fun!
When a Motorsports icon walks into the room, that room changes. Dale Earnhardt Jr. and co-host Mike Davis welcome four-time Indianapolis 500 winner Rick Mears to the table for a fascinating discussion about his storied racing career. From the streets of Bakersfield came a young man, with a motorcycle and a thirst for competition. The sensible influence of a mother, added two more wheels underneath Rick Mears. Little did she know that it would lead to being one of the fastest racers on the planet. First, young Rick honed his skills on the dirt of Ascot Park, jumping and sliding around in Sprint Buggies. The world of off-road racing took young him to the desert, where races like the Mint 400 and the Baja 1000 introduced Mears to some of the giants of Motorsport. As his reputation grew, so did opportunity. Bill Simpson plucked Mears from the dirt into open-wheeled racecars. Two years later, this quiet Californian was attempting to qualify for the Indianapolis 500. His first 500 attempt came with failure. The experience of not making the 33-car field came with learning opportunities and a random meeting that would change the course of Mears' life. Enter Roger Penske. The famed racing team owner tabbed the virtually unknown racer to pilot one of his open-wheeled beasts. The duo blossomed into what became one of the most successful driver-car owner combinations in the sports' history. Mears' style was calm and calculated. Rick admits that his demeaner led to an embarrassing and potentially dangerous moment in the opening laps of his first Indy 500. It was so bad, that he didn't even want to cue the radio to tell Roger Penske. It's a story you have to hear to believe. Rick says that "being strapped to a bomb," inside of an Indycar, will teach a racecar driver to go to the limit of speed and not go over. How did a young Mears deal with the ever-present factory of fear and develop the uncanny ability to walk a car to the edge of disaster so successfully? While his early career was pretty clean, disaster did strike Mears eventually. He admits to Dale Jr. and Mike that the horrific crash at San Air in Canada that left his feet shattered, was caused by driver error. Mears survived the crash but endured through most of his career feeling the pain caused by the incident. Mears became a four-time Indy 500 Champion, a feat only accomplished by three other drivers in the 104th running of the world's most famous race. But during some of those wins, Mears viewed Indy as just another race. It wasn't until later in his racing life, that he learned to appreciate what Indianapolis truly meant. Out of a curiosity created by filming the tv show "Lost Speedways" Mike Davis inquires about Rick Mears' take on the USAC / CART split in 1979. This question leads to Mears revealing that he had once tested a Formula-1 car and even had a signed contract with Bernie Ecclestone. Why did Mears stay the course in American open-wheel racing rather than a move overseas to the world of F1? Mears opens up about his disastrous 1992 Indy crash and the change in his mindset that led to hanging up the helmet. While many wanted him to go for an unprecedented 5th Indy 500 win, Mears knew it was his time to walk away. OPEN SEGMENT Before Mears entered the Bojangles Studio, the DJD gang took a fresh new swing at the "Open Segment" of the show to talk about: Kyle Busch leaving his racecar on pit road and walking away to the garage at Darlington. Joey Logano's controversial last lap contact with William Byron for the win. Is Joey doing it right? How should Byron handle it moving forward? Dale Jr. and Rutledge Wood's role in the Kentucky Derby broadcast and the awkwardness of interviewing Jack Harlow and Drake. What should the "Open Segment" of the show be called anyway? ASKJR presented by Xfinity Hannah Newhouse serves up fan questions about: Miami's F1 Weekend Strange Things Dale has autographed. North Wilkesboro Speedway News Dale's Rich Strike moment and more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Mina and Mike Golic, Jr. field an array of questions from listeners including- whether or not Matt Ryan can get back to the Super Bowl with Indy, why Detroit might be too good to get a top 5 pick next year, a position group by position group breakdown of the Chiefs and Bills, favorite TV show characters, and the WR that would be the most fun to go to Disney World with. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week the girls see in Utah & talking to the one & only, Indy Blue Severe. Indy gets deep & talks about her mental health transformation & growing up online. She also talks about manifesting her dream life, what she expects out of a friendship, her bachelorette party, finding joy in the little moments & SO MUCH MORE. Shop our MERCH! Shop.DearMedia.com/WHATWESAID Shop our Health & Wellness Courses! balancedboss.co FOLLOW US! INSTA// WWS Jaci Chelsey TIKTOK// Chelsey Jaci YOUTUBE// Chelsey Jade Jaci Marie OUR SPONSORS// Macy's: Macys.com/personalstylist Better help: Get 10% off their first month at BetterHelp.com/whatwesaid Best Fiends: Download Best Fiends for FREE on the App Store or Google Play Honey: joinhoney.com/whatwesaid Produced by Dear Media
Tonight on Trackside, Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin recap the F1 Miami GP, which was attended by nearly half of the IndyCar paddock. Kevin and Curt discuss the spectacle around Hard Rock Stadium, what was done well, some of the issues from the first event, and whether they think the Miami race has staying power with a Las Vegas GP coming next year. They talk about Michael Andretti's efforts to join the F1 paddock as he talked to team principals over the weekend, and discuss the criticism of Indy 500 coverage from the Liberty Media CEO. Later in the show, Kevin and Curt break down the newest Silly Season news and rumors, including Alexander Rossi confirming to the IndyStar that his 2023 destination has been finalized. Our News of the Day, brought to you by the Indianapolis Speedrome and Circle City Raceway, is the livery reveal for J.R. Hildebrand's red, white and blue car with A.J. Foyt Racing and ABC Supply. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.