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Blues beat reporters Jim Thomas and Tom Timmermann joined columnist Jeff Gordon to discuss the opening of the NHL season and the final Blues preparations in Vail, Colorado. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Post-Dispatch beat reporters Jim Thomas as Tom Timmermann joined columnist Jeff Gordon to discuss the revamped Blues power play, how the forward lines are shaping up and Vladimir Tarasenko's happy camp. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Post-Dispatch beat reporters Jim Thomas and Tom Timmermann joined columnist Jeff Gordon to discuss the Zach Sanford trade, the Doug Armstrong contract, Ken Hitchcock's return and the battle for forward jobs in training camp. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Post-Dispatch beat reporters Jim Thomas and Tom Timmermann joined columnist Jeff Gordon to discuss the new contract for forward Robert Thomas, the tryouts for James Neal and Michael Frolik and other training camp issues. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
She is the Jeff Gordon of our generation...she's good at being bad… she is Sarah Greenwell of Gymshorts! Sarah and the band joined me backstage at Riot Fest, where they were hanging out the day before their performance.
Post-Dispatch beat reporters Jim Thomas and Tom Timmermann joined columnist Jeff Gordon to discuss the re-signing of Tyler Bozak, the Colton Parayko contract, the Vladimir Tarasenko standoff and the prospects camp. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the second installment of our conversation, Kevin Lepage talks about winning the first Busch Series race of his career and a stint with Roush Racing that started out with a lot of promise, but wound up pretty rocky. In our second segment, hosts Rick Houston and Steve Waid dissect the November 7, 1996 issue of Winston Cup Scene, which featured a package of stories on the championship battle between Hendrick Motorsports teammates Terry Labonte and Jeff Gordon … and how much … or how little … their crew chiefs Gary DeHart and Ray Evernham worked together. Kevin Lepage won the standalone Busch Series race at Homestead, with the championship going to Randy LaJoie. And … finally … Rick had a column in this issue that ticked off an autograph seeker or two.
Previously un-released 'Let's Talk Ball" segments with NASCAR legend Jeff Gordon, rap legend Mr. Cheeks, and NBA legend Muggsy Bogues. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Matt and Charlie return this week and talk about the topics they noticed throughout the Watkins Glen weekend such as:- Is the amount of road course races a good thing for NASCAR?- Is street course racing a good move for NASCAR?- Is Ty Gibbs the next Jeff Gordon?- And is Denny Hamlin in danger of not making the playoffs this year?Join the conversation with “Ramblin' about Racin'” using the hashtag #whatyathinkITMif 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.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 and 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: In the MarblesTwitter: @marblesinYouTube: In the Marbles Weekly Racing PodcastYou can find links to all social media as well as links to our merchandise and podcast on our website:www.ramblinaboutracin.com
Post-Dispatch Blues beat reporters Jim Thomas and Tom Timmermann joined columnist Jeff Gordon to discuss the Blues' signing of winger Brandon Saad as well as other big free agency topics. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Blues beat reporters Jim Thomas and Tom Timmermann joined columnist Jeff Gordon to discuss the expansion draft, the Pavel Buchnevich trade and the Vladimir Tarasenko Dilemma. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Alright people, for tonight's episode, we're doing something completely different. And by we, I mean I. Chris is on a well deserved vacation, which left me by myself to review Space Jam: A New Legacy. And oh man, did we have a lot to talk about here. Space Jam: A New Legacy is a 2021 American live-action/animated sports comedy film directed by Malcolm D. Lee, serving as a standalone sequel to 1996's Space Jam. It is the first theatrically-released film to feature the Looney Tunes characters since Looney Tunes: Back in Action (2003), and is also a combination of live-action, traditional hand-drawn animation, and 3D CGI effects. The film stars basketball player LeBron James as a fictionalized version of himself, along with Don Cheadle, Khris Davis, Sonequa Martin-Green, and Cedric Joe in live-action roles, while Jeff Bergman, Eric Bauza, and Zendaya headline the Looney Tunes voice cast. Set in a shared Warner Bros. virtual space multiverse, the film follows James teaming up with the Looney Tunes to win a basketball match against digitized champions to rescue his son from a rogue artificial intelligence (AI). Talks for a Space Jam successor began after the release of the first film, which Joe Pytka would have returned to direct. Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone signed on as the animation supervisors, but eventually the deal fell through due to Michael Jordan's refusal to return. Several possible spin-offs focusing on other athletes, including Jeff Gordon, Tiger Woods, and Tony Hawk, were also discussed, but never came to fruition. After several years of languishing, a LeBron James-led sequel was officially announced in 2014 with filming under Terence Nance took place from June to September 2019 around Los Angeles. After a few weeks into filming, Nance left the project and Lee was hired to replace him in July 2019. Dom talks about the troubled path this film had on its way to the big screen, its similarities to the first one and ultimately how the same thing ultimately makes this more of a commercial than an actual film. It's all covered here on the #talkintvpodcast --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/talkintvpodcastgmailcom/support
Green White Checkered with PJ Zucco and Brandon Bain on ESPN Radio. The guys discuss Kyle Busch's win at Pocono last Sunday, Jeff Gordon being names the new Vice Chairman at Hendrick Motorsports, Trackhouse racing acquiring Chip Ganassi Racing & make their picks for today's race at Road America.
The DTC panel dives deep into the coming shake-ups in NASCAR as Trackhouse Racing buys out Chip Ganassi, Jeff Gordon is taking on a leadership role within Hendrick Motorsports, and strong rumours have Brad Keselowski set to become a co-owner at Roush. We also recap the double-header NASCAR weekend at Pocono and discuss the Styrian […]
We find out from Jeff Gordon as to why he is becoming the Vice Chairman at Hendrick Motorsports Support the show: http://patreon.com/thefinallap See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What better way to celebrate the Fourth of July at a track named America? Brett McMillan is joined by Alan Cavanna from The Positive Regression podcast and the Sports Business Journal reporter Adam Stern to preview the Cup Series' first trek to Wisconsin in over 60 years. Pocono's doubleheader was great in every way but one...and it could be the most important factor of all. Alan makes a passionate case that Kyle Busch winning is why we love racing and our panel gives some insight to Kyle Larson's dominance. And the other big news this week: Who will replace Jeff Gordon at Fox Sports?
We hear from Jeff Gordon on his big move away from the Fox broadcast booth Support the show: http://patreon.com/thefinallap See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Can you contain Clint Bowyer? Dale Earnhardt Jr. and co-host Mike Davis attempt to do so in a fun conversation with the NASCAR driver turned broadcaster. Bowyer discusses Jeff Gordon's recent departure from the NASCAR on Fox booth and looks ahead to what may be next for the network's team. He also keys in to what life working alongside a former rival was really like. Both Bowyer and Dale Jr. discuss what it is like going from the view out the front windshield of a 200mph stock car to the elevated window of a television booth and how that adjustment has gone. From production meetings, wearing suits to forgetting notes before the biggest race, Bowyer, as always, has the whole room in stitches. He even admits to some of his short-comings and a mistake his network made in not showing Dale's nostalgic Nova during the pre-race show at Darlington Raceway. What does the Kansas native think of the sport now and the direction it's headed? He shares those thoughts and more from the technical side to activation between sponsors and race fans. With his young son Cash Bowyer sitting on the studio couch, Dad opens up about racing with his little boy and shares some fun about what it's like to be alongside other racecar driver dads like Kyle Busch and Kyle Larson in the local dirt track scene. Ask Jr. gets Dale to open up about the recent premiere and excitement surrounding the launch of season two of Lost Speedways on Peacock TV. He also shares his thoughts with race fans about double-header weekends and where it may or may not work? The two-time Daytona 500 winner also speaks to the recent ramping up of the Charter market in the NASCAR Cup Series and admits how out of his range the prices have become. Oh yeah... and about that boat Dale Jr? Mike and Dale try to find middle ground about the great boat debate of 2021. They also share what had steam coming out of their ears this weekend at the track and the golf course. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today Jeff Gordon explaining why he's gone full-time at Hendrick Motorsports, Kevin Harvick on being good not great with Kyle Larson and Kyle Busch disagreeing about doubleheaders and Pocono fans mistake Alex Bowman for William Byron.
A packed doubleheader weekend at Pocono Raceway left plenty for spotters Freddie Kraft, T.J. Majors and Brett Griffin to unpack this week. Freddie, Bubba Wallace and 23XI Racing scored an organizational best fifth-place finish and Freddie tells us how they did it. T.J. describes an up and down couple days at the Tricky Triangle for Joey Logano. And Brett prepares for his trip to Road America for cheese curds and a return to the spotters stand. Chevrolet has dominated through the first half of 2021. However, has their advantage run its course? Hear what had the industry talking after Nashville and how it may have impacted the manufacturers' performance at Pocono. Starting with Saturday's Cup Series event, hear the crew's take on Brad Keselowski's contact with Cole Custer that turned the No. 41 into the wall. Who was at fault and what's up with Custer's sophomore slump after a playoff appearance last season? Is a family feud brewing in the field? Hear what William Byron had to say about Ryan Blaney after the race and how Blaney responded on Twitter later that night. Kyle Larson was a corner away from his fourth consecutive Cup Series victory on Saturday before blowing a tire. The spotters react to the late turn of events that led to someone finally beating Larson. Sunday's Cup race turned into a fuel mileage dash to the finish. Hear how strategy helped Bubba Wallace score his top-five, what the crew believes went wrong for Denny Hamlin and Byron, and how in the world Kyle Busch pulled off the victory. Plus, the spotters talk the stress of managing the fuel mileage game. With Wallace creeping back into the playoff picture, hear where the points shake out now with two months before the playoffs begin. Who should be worried? Who is coming on strong? The guys talk how Pocono changed things and why the race to the post-season is heating up. John Hunter Nemechek took a bow after his Truck Series victory on Saturday, as he beat team owner Kyle Busch for the third time in five races. After taking a risk dropping back to trucks, the crew debates what Nemechek's next career move might be. Jeff Gordon is leaving FOX for a larger role with Hendrick Motorsports. Hear what the guys think this does to the FOX booth and how Gordon will impact HMS moving forward. Another major team move seems imminent as reports say Brad Keselowski to Roush Fenway Racing is a done deal. The gang reacts to that news and discusses who the next free agent might be. In Reaction Theatre, all of Freddie and Bubba Wallace's fans show up, the GOAT gets called out and a new song has everyone laughing. This week's What an Idiot segment goes international and find out what happened after Alex Bowman ordered 48 tacos.
This week, Matt talks about NASCAR's return to Nashville, IndyCar in Wisconsin, and the second race of the SRX series schedule. Also news on Chase Elliott, Jeff Gordon and Brad Keselowski.
Hendrick Motorsports continues to dominate - and now they are getting a Hall of Famer to help them. We talk about Jeff Gordon's move out of the booth, SRX continuing to cater to the fans, and the latest NASCAR news - along with our Paint Scheme Preview and Picks for Pocono!The Rundown:- Nashville: Kyle Larson dominates another race, and the new track isn't a Wild Card- Chase Elliott is disqualified - and it makes no difference- Ratings, Surprise Finishers at Nashville- NASCAR News:- Brad Keselowski is definitely headed to Roush...but it is still not official- Jeff Gordon is leaving TV to go to Hendrick Motorsports - does the move make sense?- Kaulig Racing gets two Charters, announces one full-time driver- SRX puts on another entertaining event - and we see some young up-and-coming stars- William Byron signs a new contract- Sponsor News- Pocono Doubleheader! Our Paint Scheme Preview and PicksFind all of the latest episodes on the website at InTheDraftShow.com, follow on Twitter and Instagram @InTheDraftShow, and like the show on Facebook at facebook.com/InTheDraftShowThanks for listening!
After a jampacked weekend of racing at Nashville, the boys sit down and look back at everything that happened. Plus, there's a ton of big news this week, including Jeff Gordon dropping FOX Sports and heading to Hendrick. Don't miss this episode!The NASCAR Weekly Podcast features YouTubers Eric Estepp, Danny B Talks, The Iceberg, and Black Flags Matter every week talking about the top stories and issues in stock car racing. The show has guests from across the NASCAR world, including drivers, TV broadcasters, YouTubers, and even the occasional NASCAR executive!
This a segment from this week's episode of Burnt Rubber Racing, a NASCAR and motorsports podcast that is fueled by FlurrySports. After a triumphant return to the Music City, the NASCAR Cup Series heads north to Pocono Raceway for a doubleheader weekend. ‘The Tricky Triangle' is an animal all its own, but we've got you covered with everything from track details to driver stats. We round out the discussion with some DFS and betting advice to help you win a little money this weekend. This segment also includes a pair of massive news headlines that dropped this week involving NFL running back Alvin Kamara and NASCAR legend Jeff Gordon. To hear the rest of this week's full episode, which includes a recap of last week's NASCAR action at Nashville and updates on both the IndyCar and SRX racing series, click the link below to access Burnt Rubber Racing on your audio platform of choice! Where to find the show: https://linktr.ee/BurntRubberRacing Burnt Rubber Racing Hosts: Henry John (https://twitter.com/HankTimeSports) Zach McAdoo (https://twitter.com/ztmcadoo)
We sure do have a lot of putt putt courses around here, so much we never knew, maybe it's time to do a little more staycationing around the Upstate Headlines reveals that Harrison Ford injured himself making the new Indiana Jones movie Sports with Jeff Gordon leaving the FOX NASCAR booth for an executive role with Hendrick Motorsports See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On tonight's edition of Trackside hosts Curt Cavin and Kevin Lee broke down Alex Palou's second career win at Road America, the struggles for Team Penske in finishing races with the lead, looked ahead at Mid-Ohio, and races that still remain. Plus Curt and Kevin talk about the rise of success of Chip Ganassi and Arrow McLaren Racing. Kevin also discussed a conversation he had with Tony Kanaan about the impact of not having Roger Penske on the mic. Curt and Kevin talked about a better way to describe the contact between cars on road courses and how much contact truly happens in IndyCar. Also Kevin shares news IndyCar fans have been waiting for about Long Beach and an update on Texas Motor Speedways Capacity. Plus they gave their takes on Jeff Gordon stepping down from the broadcast booth to take a position with Hendricks Motorsports. Plus Curt's look at the Weekend, the Jackson Lee racing update, and Winners and Losers from Road America. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Paul Swann discusses the latest news from the NCAA on how the organization is going to deal with NIL laws, plus Jason Toy from MRN Radio joins Swann to talk about Jeff Gordon leaving Fox Sports for a daily role at Hendrick Motorsports. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-drive-with-paul-swann/support
Braves blank Mets, how injuries are messing with the NL East, Hawks begin march to finals in Milwaukee, MLB sticky stuff crackdown leads to near fisticuffs & near nudity, Scherzer vs Girardi FINISH HIM! can you say brain fart on the radio? be careful how you say Chisholm too, Texas A&M legend R.C. Slocum needs your prayers, NFL player with an Uzi, Javy Baez: Dumbass, Jeff Gordon is baaaack, hockey legend René Robert passes the puck of life, petedavis.buzzsprout.com, Pete's Tweets, This Day in Sports History. Come for MLB clown show sticky situation, stay for peeling Elmer's Glue off your hands and freaking out the girls in elementary school
NASCAR on NBC analyst Dale Jarrett on the NASCAR Cup Series being back in Nashville (1:00); how the surface responded to rubber and racing (2:30); the Kyle Larson in 2021 comparison to Jeff Gordon in 1998 (4:30); making the most of a second chance (6:30); how running sprint and stock cars is making Larson a better driver (8:30); applying the homework from NASCAR to racing sprint cars (11:00); how other teams might be able to pick up on what makes Larson so good … but also how leaning his secrets doesn't matter (13:30); the long leash that Hendrick Motorsports has given Kyle Larson on running dirt races (16:00); DJ's message to Rick Hendrick: “You're the smartest guy I've ever known” (18:30); the takeaways from how Cliff Daniels and Kyle Larson managed the only nervous moment of Sunday's race (21:00); “lessons learned” from the other races that got away (23:00); will competitive jealous be a factor at Hendrick Motorsports (25:30); the Chase Elliott disqualification for five loose lug nuts (28:00); why did so many miss the boat on brakes? (30:30); how the track changed and what the future of resin and PJ1 might be (32:00); Pocono preview (36:00).
Get up to speed today on all the dirt racing that happened on Thursday night, including a win for Brad Sweet, Dave Hess Jr. surprises at Stateline, Jonathan Davenport staying hot, and more. We've also got details on Jeff Gordon getting back in midget after 25 years.
This week the gang is joined by Camodo Gaming and Kyle Foster for a look back at what happened at Sonoma. Plus, a spirited discussion about Jeff Gordon's future career, a preview of the All-Star Race at Texas, and more!
Can Kyle Larson be stopped! He, and Hendrick are rolling right now! Could Timmy G be right about his Jeff Gordon theory? We'll recap all of the Fantasy moves from the weekend too! Get ready for All Star Racing in Texas! Timmy G breaks down the All Star Format for this weekend, you'd better take notes...it will be on the quiz. Be safe, @Lungboy & @TimmyG @WickedFastPdcst on Twitter, @WickedFastPodcast on Insta or Like the Wicked Fast Podcast on Facebook Please join our NASCAR Fantasy League! You know you want to Subscribe on iTunes! You can also subscribe on Google Play or Spotify. Click for more info about the Wicked Fast Podcast Check out Timmy G's Celtics Podcast - Banner Banter Podcast Find more great podcasts at bPodStudios…The Place To Be For Podcast Discovery See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The DTC panel discusses a wild F1 Grand Prix from Azerbaijan on the Baku Circuit, including the Formula One equivalent of a NASCAR Green/White/Checker finish. Additional topics include a report from the Cup Series race at Sonoma, a preview of the IndyCar double-header in Detroit, news on Jeff Gordon's future, and Romain Grosjean adding an […]
Our guest this week is a driver who never actually raced in F1 – but he did test an F1 car and very nearly raced one: Jeff Gordon. The Californian is a four-time NASCAR champion and global motorsport icon, who in 2003 enjoyed a life-changing F1 test with Williams. He tells us all about that outing, how close he came to a switch to F1 afterwards, why he loves Grand Prix racing, the differences between NASCAR and F1, his friendship with Lewis Hamilton, and whether an F1 driver would succeed in stock cars…
This week, in the final installment of our interview with Hut Stricklin, Hut talks about practicing the number 28 Robert Yates Racing Ford at Charlotte and the impact that had on Dale Jarrett’s season with that team. He talks about his second-place finish in the 1996 Southern 500 at Darlington, his eventual decision to get out of the sport, what he’s doing now and a life-threatening disease he endured several years ago. In our second segment, hosts Rick Houston and Steve Waid break down the September 5, 1996 issue of Winston Cup Scene, which featured coverage of Jeff Gordon's win in the Southern 500, Hut's second-place finish, Dale Jarrett's attempt to win The Winston Million and rumors that Dale Earnhardt was going to buy North Wilkesboro.
Blues beat reporters Jim Thomas and Tom Timmermann joined columnist Jeff Gordon to analyze the Blues’ offseason and explore where the team needs to improve. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In which our heroes evaluate the year's noteworthy restarters in addition to diving deep on Jeff Gordon's 1994 Coca-Cola 600 win and previewing this year's iteration of the 600, where tire wear could disrupt Kyle Larson's likely dominance.
Steve and G cut to it with NASCAR legend Jeff Gordonin this two-part conversation. There’s a lot of great lessons that the guys have to share, but Steve has one in particular for his neighbor—leave the engines to the pros. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker answer your Listener Mail! They discuss Liz Cheney’s removal from her position as House GOP conference chair, the spectacle that is the NFL’s schedule release, and which book given by a first date would make you get up and leave (2:10). Later, NASCAR announcer Jeff Gordon joins to discuss his experience transitioning to the booth, working alongside Clint Bowyer, and what he has planned for the future (26:40). Plus, the Overworked Twitter Joke of the Week and David Shoemaker Guesses the Strained-Pun Headline. Hosts: Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker Guest: Jeff Gordon Associate Producer: Erika Cervantes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices