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Conor Daly and Joey Mulinaro are back on Speed Street to give their official 2023 IndyCar season team reviews. The guys break down each driver's best qualifying effort, finishing position, win total, and outlook for next year. Plus, they answer some fan questions including where Conor stands in his search for a ride next season, why Kyffin Simpson was selected for Ganassi's fifth full-time entry, his experience driving the 1966 Le Mans winning Ford GT around IMS, and the potential issues surrounding having 28 full-time IndyCar entries on the grid. FOLLOW THE SHOW & GET OUR MERCH: https://linktr.ee/speedstreetpod DraftKings State-Specific Problem Gambling Information: In Massachusetts, call (800) 327-5050 or visit gamblinghelplinema.org, In New York, call 877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369). In Tennessee and Kansas, Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER. On behalf of Boot Hill Casino & Resort (KS). In West Virginia, Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit www.1800gambler.net. All games regulated by the West Virginia Lottery. Please play responsibly. In partnership with Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races. In Connecticut, Help is available for problem gambling call 888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On episode 93 of Driven to Compete Carey met with Karsten Molitor. What an amazing story. As a racer he's done so much but as a team owner, just about the only thing he hasn't done is Le Mans in one of the front garages. Karsten owns MRS Racing which was founded in 1993 in Germany. At one point MRS was the largest private race team in Europe. If there's a continent that has racing, he's been there. They are also currently racing an LMP car and raced in the most recent 24 Hours of Daytona. Our sponsor for this episode is Chris Taylor Racing Chris Taylor Racing Services is a longtime provider of storage, transportation, and maintenance work on a variety of racecars in the Austin area. On the same site since 2003, located across the street from the world-famous Circuit of the Americas. Chris is a veteran of the motorsports industry, working on everything from B-Specs (TCB), Formula cars, Trans-Am cars, and a Championship winning SRO TC Americas crew chief for Skip Barber Racing Team. Our goal is to bring Professional level service and support to your club race or track day! Website: https://christaylorracing.com Email: email@example.com Connect with Driven To Compete for sponsorship opportunities Website: www.DrivenToCompete.com Newsletter: https://manage.kmail-lists.com/subscriptions/subscribe?a=R9E7pX&g=VHesvQ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@driventocompete1 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (512) 222-3402 --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/racingwire/support
In this episode, guest host Eli Villa from Evilla Motorsport joins the show. The episode kicks off with the Ferrari Team Principal resorting to drinking Red Bulls as the F1 season comes to a close. Meanwhile, NASCAR's surprising success with Garage 56 at Le Mans leads them to consider an audacious move to purchase France to control the legendary 24-Hour Race. An amateur race car driver faces a setback when their BMW subscriptions expire mid-race, causing them to drop from first place to last. Bugatti's ambitious claim to create the world's most unaffordable car is explored. In the interview segment, Eli Villa discusses Evilla Motorsport, Rio Status, the E46 M3, and his future in racing. The episode wraps up with a head-to-head game called "Used Car Price is Right," where the hosts guess the prices used car listings Price is Right style!
This 73 R7 was classified as a prototype so it had to race against the big boys versus the class they would normally. For a little more background the description is The Ex-works team, Ex-Herbert Müller/Gijs van Lennep 4th place at Le Mans, Ex-Peter Gregg/Hurley Haywood, Ex-Hector Rebaque 1973 3-litre Martini Racing Works Team Porsche Carrera RSR 'R7' Endurance Racing Coupé Then we dicuss is this a turning point for the 963 GTP team getting a podium and leading for a majority of the race.
Get Opto's best content every day by subscribing to our FREE Newsletter: www.cmcmarkets.com/en/opto/newsletterToday, we have the pleasure of speaking with David Heinemeier Hansson, co-owner and CTO of 37signals, the parent company of Basecamp, a pioneering software-as-a-service platform for project management, and HEY, an innovative alternative to Gmail and Outlook.In this episode, David takes us on his entrepreneurial journey, revealing the intricacies of bootstrapping a tech-focused business. He tells us how his company overcame Apple's threat when launching HEY, championing fairness and profitability in the industry. David also highlights the competitive edge of being an underdog in the business arena, drawing inspiration from leaders like Elon Musk, who continues to embody this mentality even as Tesla has grown into an established giant. Finally, David alludes to an imminent paradigm shift away from the traditional model of subscription-based software and anticipates a forthcoming transformation in the distribution and sales methods of software.David is also the creator of Ruby on Rails, an acclaimed web framework used by major companies worldwide. Together with Jason Fried, David wrote “REWORK,” “REMOTE,” “It Doesn't Have to Be Crazy at Work,” and “Getting Real.” Besides his tech endeavours, David is also a passionate antitrust advocate and has invested in several Danish startups. Notably, he's also a Le Mans and WEC class-winning racing driver with a victory at the 24 hours of Le Mans in 2014 and a championship win in the GTE-Am category.Read more about the Post-SaaS Era.Check out our daily newsletter: https://www.cmcmarkets.com/en-gb/opto/newsletter------------------Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.CMC Markets is an execution-only service provider. The material (whether or not it states any opinions) is for general information purposes only and does not take into account your personal circumstances or objectives. Nothing in this material is (or should be considered to be) financial, investment, or other advice on which reliance should be placed. No opinion given in the material constitutes a recommendation by CMC Markets or the author that any particular investment, security, transaction, or investment strategy is suitable for any specific person.The material has not been prepared in accordance with legal requirements designed to promote the independence of investment research. Although we are not specifically prevented from dealing before providing this material, we do not seek to take advantage of the material prior to its dissemination.CMC Markets does not endorse or offer opinions on the trading strategies used by the author. Their trading strategies do not guarantee any return and CMC Markets shall not be held responsible for any loss that you may incur, either directly or indirectly, arising from any investment based on any information contained herein for any loss that you may incur, either directly or indirectly, arising from any investment based on any information contained herein.
You've heard of NASCAR and Le Mans, but how about NaZCAR and lemons? NaZCAR is a haven of motorsporting events for amateur petrolheads. It all started in 2016, when Dr Jacob Simonsen introduced the '24 Hours of Lemons' event.
La historia del automóvil está llena de mitos y curiosidades… y de mentiras e inexactitudes. ¡Vamos a reescribir la historia! Te hemos traído 10 mitos ó 10 datos históricos, más un “Bonus”, que son falsos… para que luego presumas con tus amigos lo mucho que sabes de coches… sobre todo con tus amigos que no ven Garaje Hermético. 1. James Dean: El coche “maldito”. Vamos con la parte que es verdad: Dean circulaba a gran velocidad y en el cruce de la ruta 41 con la 466 impactó con un Ford Custom Tudor. El conductor del Ford, un tal Donald Turnupspeed, tuvo varias fracturas, pero Dean moría camino del hospital. La leyenda cuenta que “Little Bastard” fue comprado un amigo de Dean, George Barris, y que al cargarlo en la grúa se rompió el cable y partió las dos piernas a un mecánico; y luego que el coche se despiezo en partes y todos los que usaron elementos de este coche tuvieron graves accidentes… 2. Alfasud: Acero ruso. El Alfasud es un modelo injustamente tratado por la historia, porque fue muy innovador en su momento y se puede decir que creó una categoría. Pero hay múltiples “leyendas negras” sobre este modelo. La que más gracia me hace es la del “acero ruso” que cuenta que este coche no tenía la calidad deseada porque estaba hecho con acero ruso de mala calidad proveniente del achatarramiento de las armas soviéticas. 3. Benz MotorWagen: El primer automóvil. Te invito a un ejercicio: Pon en Google “primer automóvil” y te saldrá que es el Benz 1 Motorwagen de 1885. ¡FALSO! Primer automóvil de motor térmico. Porque en 1834, el profesor holandés Sibrandus Stratingh y su asistente Christopher Becker crearon un automóvil eléctrico alimentado por baterías no recargables. Incluso hubo intentos anteriores, como el del químico escocés Robert Andersson en 1832… 4. Porsche: Sinónimo de éxito en Le Mans. La primera participación de Porsche en la 24 Horas de Le Mans fue en 1951, con un 356SL. Pero la primera victoria absoluta no llegó hasta 19 años después, cuando en 1970 con el Porsche 917 KH, ocupó el primer puesto con Hans Herrmann y Richard Attwood. 5. El Escarabajo: Un diseño de Porsche. No me voy a extender porque hicimos un vídeo reciente sobre el tema donde demostramos que Ferdinand Porsche copió a Joseph Ganz y a Tatra… 6. Usar aluminio en el Land Rover: Una genialidad. Cuando en 1947 los hermanos Wilks tuvieron la brillante idea de producir un 4x4 barato no solo pensado en un uso militar, sino en un vehículo sencillo y copiaron el Jeep se encontraron con un problema: La escasez de acero. Por pura casualidad la carrocería del Land Rover se hizo de aluminio, porque era más barato y fácil de encontrar. 7. El Citroën Traction Avant: Primer tracción delantera. Si decimos que el Traction Avant es el primer coche de tracción delantera fabricado en grandes series, sería cierto. Pero si quitamos “grandes” y decimos “el primero fabricado en serie” pues el falso. El peculiar Bucciali TAV-6 de 1922 fue el primer tracción delantera y se presentó en el Salón de París de 1922 tenía entre otras muchas, innovaciones, un sistema de tracción delantera, algo “delicado” y que fue su “Talón de Aquiles” … 8. Ford T: Primer coche fabricado “en serie”. Otra vez tengo que decir, ¡FALSO! Fue el Oldsmobile Curved Dash de 1901, un modelo técnicamente mucho menos adelantado que el Ford T que contaba con un motor monocilíndrico de 1.560 cm3 y alcanzaba la terrorífica velocidad de 32 km/h. 9. VW Escarabajo: Vendidos por “suscripción”. Ya sabéis que el VW, el “Coche del pueblo” nace con la idea, supuestamente, de motorizar a la clase media alemana. Hitler mandó construir una fábrica, incluso una ciudad que aún hoy existe, Wolfsburgo, y para comercializar el coche lanzó una especie de cartillas de ahorro. Lo cierto es que ni antes ni por supuesto durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial se entregó un solo coche a un particular, todos fueron a parar a manos del ejercito o del Estado Alemán.. 10. Coches eléctricos: Lo “último”. Me río de la “modernidad” de los coches eléctricos. Ya habéis visto que el primer coche fue eléctrico, pero os doy otro dato: En el año 1900 la cuota de mercado de los eléctricos en los EE.UU. de Norteamérica era de más del 25 por ciento. ¡Bonus! Los híbridos: Un invento reciente. Depende… ¡y de que depende! De lo que consideres reciente. ¿100 años es reciente? Porque hace más de 120 años un jovencito llamado Ferdinand Porsche, con solo 24 añitos, ya diseñó un modelo híbrido que fue todo un éxito. De ese coche se vendieron 300 unidades desde 1900 hasta 1906.
Today, Annie Sargent brings you a trip report with Christopher Tipper about attending the 24 hours of Le Mans. The first half of the episode is a chat with Christopher about what he's planning to do, and the second half is execution phase. Did the event live up to Christopher's expectations? Were there any unexpected twists and turns along the way? You're about to find out. Table of Contents for this Episode Today on the podcast New patrons This week's Pateron reward Do you need help for a fantastic trip to France? Next week on the podcast Annie and Christopher planning the Le Mans trip Tickets for the Metro Other things to consider in Le Mans Second part of the 24 Hours of Le Mans Interview: Trip of a Lifetime! The 24 Hour race Tips for 24 Hours of Le Mans Visitors Radio FM Photo equipment Racing Peeps All Around General Tips about France Emergency Room day trip Bikes commuting to work in Paris The security patrols Super easy to pay French speeding tickets online Credit Cards Shakespear and Company Charles de Gaulle Do not look for the best croissant Copyright More episodes about active vacations in France
Mentre arrivano le prime notizie di acciaccati che abbandonano il ritiro della Nazionale per tornare a casa (Chiesa e Pellegrini), Spalletti prepara l'esordio contro lo spauracchio Macedonia di domani sera. Intanto, fa notizia la pronuncia della Cassazione sullo spostamento dell'inchiesta Prisma sulla Juve da Torino a Roma. Cosa significa questo cambiamento e cosa succede adesso? Facciamo chiarezza con Guido Vaciago, direttore di Tuttosport.Nella puntata di oggi di Endurance Race, attraverso la voce di Alessandro Pier Guidi riviviamo il trionfo della Ferrari 499P alla 24 Ore di Le Mans e ci proiettiamo sulla 6 Ore di Fuji in programma questo weekend. Al commento sempre Gionata Ferroni e Roberto Lacorte di Cetilar Racing.
This week we discuss Gran Turismo, we got to see it several weeks ago during the early access fan event. Let us know your thoughts. Thanks for joining us see you next time! Follow Popcorn Watchlist:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/popcornwatchlist/Twitter: https://twitter.com/popwatchlistSubscribe to the Podcast: Podcast: https://www.popcornwatchlist.com/subscribe
Richard Mille pioneered a new era of watchmaking with the 2001 launch of the RM 001 Tourbillon, which set a standard for today's billionaires' handshake. The Swiss company is also a close family business, with sons Alex and Guillaume involved, and brand direction now helmed by Mille's daughter Amanda.Amanda Mille sat down with Rodeo Drive - The Podcast to talk about maintaining the image of the world's most advanced and most expensive watches, through creative partnerships with ambassadors including Michelle Yeoh, Charles Leclerc, Nelly Korda, and Rafael Nadal, who form the company's extended “family.”Mille tells host Lyn Winter about a journey into her father's business that began with a move to the Middle East and is full of unexpected moments, like a phone call from Jeremy Strong, Kendall Roy in Succession, about wearing a Richard Mille watch as an expression of his character. He said “we need something a bit more classical in a way, but with a push of modernity,” recalls Mille. She chose to give the detail-obsessed actor an RM 67-01. It was perfect. “Platinum, of course, added the kind of powerness behind Succession and all the stories happening to his character.”She also shares the deep creative relationships with the athletes that sport, literally, Richard Mille watches, helping perfect the product while performing at their best. “When you have someone like Yuliya Levchenko doing high jumping, you need to be sure that the watch doesn't move on the wrist and is still comfortable…Our partners are the only ones that are able to give us the feedback that even a machine will never tell you.”The Mille company is deeply connected with motor-racing, and sponsors Formula One and Le Mans. Amanda Mille shares her love of motorsport and driving, and promises to bring the 100% female, Rallye Des Princesses Richard Mille to California. Finally, she talks about the exclusivity of the company's watches that involve many years of research and development at the end of which come very few new pieces. The wait can be long and tantalizing for people who order one. “We are not laughing at the fact that people are frustrated at not being able to get the watch. We know how difficult it is. But we also know how difficult these watches are to be made,” says Mille.The Richard Mille Beverly Hills boutique is located on Two Rodeo Drive at 222 N. Rodeo Drive.Season four of Rodeo Drive – The Podcast is presented by the Rodeo Drive Committee with the support of The Hayman Family, Two Rodeo Drive, Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel, and the Beverly Hills Conference & Visitors Bureau.Season Four Credits:Executive Producer and Host: Lyn WinterOn behalf of the Rodeo Drive Committee: Kathy GohariScriptwriter and Editorial Advisor: Frances AndertonEditor and Videographer: Hans FjellestadTheme music by Brian BanksProduction Assistant: Isabelle Alfonso.Listen, subscribe, rate and review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.Visit the website: https://rodeodrive-bh.com/podcast/Watch moments from the series on YouTubeJoin us on Instagram @rodeodrive Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Now if someone would design a video game preparing the next generation for service work! A college dropout's devotion to a PlayStation racing simulator unexpectedly paves the way for his career as a professional sports car driver in the incredible true story Gran Turismo. Is Lord of the Rings star Orlando Bloom still living in a fantasy world by thinking this homebody gamer is Team Nissan's best shot at winning the prestigious 24 Hours of Le Mans? And can coach David Harbour (Stranger Things) really help the lad transition from couch to car if they remain stuck on whether to turn the radio dial to Enya or Black Sabbath? Play our next podcast and find out!
We apologize in advance for our our kitchen apparel fashion tips. With a three of our crew missing, the remaining cast members try to channel our missing mates (seance not included.) We discuss the action and results of the 2023 24 Hours of Le Mans sports car race, which leads to creating The Thing About Cars Drinking Game. A tip of the hat is given to Mazda for supporting the classes of road racing that feed the pro classes. We chastise hypermilers who block traffic while admit to doing a bit of guilty hypermiling ourselves and talk about their competitions. The truth about what Mickey has in common with Betty White and Norman Rockwell is brought to light while pondering why his current Honda might be getting poor MPG's. Our trivia question is about Nissan / Datsun Z cars. We welcome your support via Patreon and your questions and feedback via our website. Support The Thing About Cars by contributing to their tip jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/the-thing-about-cars This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
This week two F1 fans and a gamer head back to the theaters on $4 movie day (& Dutch Gran Prix day) to discuss GRAN TURISMO: Based on a True Story (2023). Directed by Neill Blomkamp, written by Jason Hall, and Zach Baylin with a story credit for Alex Tse, the film stars David Harbour, Orlando Bloom, Geri Horner aka Ginger Spice, Dijon Hounsou, and Archie Madekwe as Jann Mardenbororough, the real life gamer-turned-racer who served as his own stunt double for this film! We had a lot of fun and enjoyed this while also calling out some of the formula. Take a ride with us! Dave also talked a bit about Blue Beetle. Find all of our Socials at: https://linktr.ee/theloveofcinema. Our phone number is 646-484-9298, it accepts texts or voice messages. 0:00 Intro/Blue Beetle mini review; WGA/Amazon/Drug Store Gripes, 12:47 Movie Discussion; 37:58 Spoilers; 59:30 What You Been Watching? Additional Cast/Crew: Jacques Jouffret, Takehiro Hira, Darren Barnet, Josha Stradowski, Daniel Puig, Maeve Courtier-Lilley, Pepe Barroso, Niall McShea, Nikhil Parmar, Thomas Kretschmann, Akit Kotabe, Saddam Ueda, Wai Wong, Lindsay Pattison, Emilia Hartford, Maximilian Mundt, Sang Hein Lee, Will Buxton Additional Tags: Australia, Formula 1, Lewis Hamilton, Max Verstappen, Pierre Gasly, Fernando Alonso, Daniel Ricciardo, Oscar Piastri, Red Bull, Le Mans, Grand Prix, Writer's Strike, WGA, Queensland, Adelaide, Melbourne, The Philippines, Tokyo, Sony, Playstation, Simulation, Blood Diamond, The Spice Girls, Christian Horner, Downton Abbey, Nissan, Spotify, residuals, classic studio system, Duane Reade, Target, CVS, Bed, Bath, & Beyond, Walgreens, Apple+, Apple TV, Netflix, Amazon Prime, TikTok, Twitch, Stranger Things, Haas, Gunther Steiner, Concord, NC, New Jersey, Upper West Side, West Village, The Notebook, It, The Edge of Seventeen, LensCrafters.
The duo dissect the Ford GTD, reveal their highlights from Monterey Car Week and Alistair describes his hot laps of Laguna Seca in the Audi R8 following Le Mans legend Tom Kristensen. DrinkBravago.com
In part two of our series, Duncan Hamilton and Tony Rolt begin their assault on the Le Mans 24-hour race. Signing with Jaguar, the 1953 seemed full of promise, only for them to be disqualified during qualifying on a technicality. Not to waste the evening, Rolt and Hamilton have a huge night out, only to find out they might not be disqualified after all. Titus O'Reily and Mick Molloy discuss the wildest 24-hour Le Mans race in history, and the two men at the centre of it. If you'd like more Sports Bizarre, become a member of Bizarre Plus. As a member, you'll get: A weekly bonus podcast Exclusive behind-the-scenes access A fortnightly newsletter Access to the members-only chatroom Ability to vote on future episodes Early access to any live show tickets Click here to join today Follow Sports Bizarre on: Instagram Facebook Twitter TikTok YouTubeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hoy toca vídeo para paladares exquisitos, para los que “de verdad” saben de coches. Y es que, cuando se habla de grandes pilotos, al final siempre se acaba nombrando a los mismos… y nos olvidamos de otros. Sí, sí, ya sé lo que estáis pensando: “Máximo, esta vez te has pasado”. Puede que si digo que es Ickx es “EL” mejor, exagere, pero si digo que es “Uno de los mejores”, taxativamente, no exagero. ¿No me crees? Eso es que no conoces su historia. Nosotros te la contamos. Y es que todos tenemos la manía de medir lo buenos que son los pilotos por su palmarés… Sí, yo a veces puedo caer en este error… ¡qué es un gran error! Y, ¡ojo! que el palmarés del Sr. Ickx no es pequeño: Ganador de ocho Grandes Premios de F1, 25 podios 12+1 pole position, dos veces subcampeón de Fórmula 1 una con Brabham y otra con Ferrari; Campeón de Europa de F2; seis veces ganador en las 24 Horas de Le Mans, dos veces campeón del mundo de resistencia, campeón de la Copa Can Am y ganador del París-Dakar en 1983… ¿Por qué, en mi opinión, Ickx es de los mejores pilotos de la historia? Porque valoro mucho a los pilotos polivalentes que van rápido con cualquier coche, en cualquier condición. Ickx, Jacky para los amigos como nosotros, es probablemente el mejor ejemplo de los que os digo, porque ha ido rápido en seco y en mojado, con fórmulas, prototipos, GT o turismos, en pruebas de circuito, rallyes o raid y yo añadiría que, durante muchos, pero muchos años. “No me traigas más”. Jacques Bernard Ickx nació en Ixelles, Bélgica el 1 de enero de 1945… Cuando en 1956 el padre de Jacky aficionado y muy involucrado en las carreras, le llevó al circuito de Spa, nada más y nada menos que Spa, a ver correr a Juan Manuel Fangio el pequeño Jacky de solo 11 años le dijo: “Papá, no me traigas más… me aburro”. Jacky no era buen estudiante y para motivarle le compraron una moto Zündapp de 50 con la que empezó a correr en “Mini triales” y enseguida a ganar y descubrió algo que sí le gustó: La alegría de estar entre los mejores. Jacky, además de gran piloto, os lo puedo asegurar, es un caballero. Y, por cierto, gran admirador de Alonso. Y da gusto oír y leer sus palabras. En una entrevista contaba que “Una victoria es una victoria, pero hay algunas que son más valiosas que otras”. Y añadía algo propio de los grandes pilotos: “Es la calidad de tus oponentes la que te da la mayor gloria. En francés existe un dicho: Cuando ganas con facilidad, ganas sin gloria”. Este comentario los he oído en labios de Fangio, Rossi, Senna, Schumacher y otros pilotos de ese nivel… pero no recuerdo habérselo oído a Hamilton… a lo mejor se me ha pasado… cada cuál que saque sus propias conclusiones… Así que esta historia de Jacky no va a ser una sucesión de fechas y resultados… si esto os interesa, os vais a Wikipedia y andando. Vamos a hacer un repaso de alguna de sus gestas, solo de algunas, que demuestran el nivel y la calidad de Jacky… G.P. de Francia. Rouen (1968). Jacky, como todos los grandes, era un mago bajo la lluvia y consiguió muchos y buenos resultados en mojado…. Entre ellos su primer triunfo en F1, con una ventaja de casi una vuelta sobre el segundo. ¿Sabéis quién fue el segundo? ¡John Surtees! Y el tercero nada menos que Sir Jackie Stewart… G.P. de Alemania. Nürburgring (1972). Hemos dicho que todos los grandes pilotos han destacado sobre el agua. Y añadiría que, aquello “grandes” que han podido correr en el “Infierno verde” también han destacado… y Jacky se convirtió en un verdadero “meister” del Nordschleife. 24 horas de Le Mans (1977). Solo 3 horas después de tomar la salida con un Porsche 936 el coche de Jacky se rompe. Y el equipo decide que pilote el coche de Jürgen Barth y Hurley Haywood, que iba en la 42ª posición… estas cosas se podían hacer. Rally Paris-Dakar (1983). Tras correr y ganar en 1979 la Can-Am, la serie norteamericano-canadiense que se hacía con coches realmente especiales… Y de vuelta a Europa Jacky descubre el Rallye Paris Dakar. En 1982 había sido quinto, pero lejos de primero y en 1983 se inscribe en el rallye con un pedazo de Mercedes Benz 280 G y teniendo como copiloto al actor Claude Brasseur. Decimos que Ickx es casi de la familia porque su actividad en el Motorsport fue frenética: Fue el piloto que puso a punto del Porsche “Moby Dick”, el Turbo más brutal de la historia… Fue colaborador necesario en la victoria del Mazda 787B con motor rotativo en las 24 horas de Le Mans… Y fue quien convenció a Porsche de participar en el París-Dakar… Coche del día. Voy a elegir uno que ya tengo: El Ferrari 312B3… porque sí, tengo uno, aunque sea de slot… en realidad v arios… ¡estaba enamorado de ese coche y sobre todo del sonido de su motor! Cuando lo vi y lo oí en el Jarama os juro por Dios que se me saltaban las lágrimas.
A man escaped China on a jet ski, a human-zee from the 1920's was killed for suspicious reasons & MG is limping today for a bizarre reason. Plus, Titus O'Reilly has a story about hi-jinx at Le Mans. Join Mick & MG weekday mornings from 6am or grab the podcast everyday on LiSTNR or where ever you get your podcasts. #MickAndMGInTheMorningSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
durée : 00:29:12 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Albane Penaranda - La vie et l'œuvre de la compositrice Lili Boulanger (1893-1918) sont racontées dans ce deuxième temps de la série "Le Rythme et la raison", diffusé le 28 septembre 1993. Des archives de Nadia Boulanger, d'Igor Markevitch et de nombreux extraits musicaux enrichissent ce portrait de Lili Boulanger. - invités : Nadia Boulanger Cheffe d'orchestre et pédagogue française; Jean Françaix Compositeur et pianiste (Le Mans, 23/05/1912-Paris, 25/09/1997); Igor Markevitch Chef d'orchestre et compositeur russe, naturalisé italien puis français (1912 à Kiev – 1983 à Antibes)
How much will a viewer tolerate? What if you took away all the quick and easy ways in which movies dole out information? What if you made the hero less-than-wholly-admirable and the villain less-than-wholly-terrible? Would audiences still come along for the ride in that brown Le Mans with Popeye Doyle as he tries to catch the sniper who missed him? William Friedkin bet that they would--and won. Join us for a conversation about The French Connection, the classic 1971 police procedural. Topics include the chase, of course, but also the ways in which Popeye Doyle is not Dirty Harry, how the film's perfect structure allows the viewers to go through a process along with the detectives, and how Popeye resembles a great literary figure from a novel that also ends in a thrilling chase. William Friedkin's memoir, The Friedkin Connection, is an engaging read and includes much about the making of The French Connection. Robin Moore's original book that inspired the film—which Friedkin claimed to never have finished reading—can be found here. Follow us on Twitter or Letterboxd. Incredible bumper music by John Deley. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/film
How much will a viewer tolerate? What if you took away all the quick and easy ways in which movies dole out information? What if you made the hero less-than-wholly-admirable and the villain less-than-wholly-terrible? Would audiences still come along for the ride in that brown Le Mans with Popeye Doyle as he tries to catch the sniper who missed him? William Friedkin bet that they would--and won. Join us for a conversation about The French Connection, the classic 1971 police procedural. Topics include the chase, of course, but also the ways in which Popeye Doyle is not Dirty Harry, how the film's perfect structure allows the viewers to go through a process along with the detectives, and how Popeye resembles a great literary figure from a novel that also ends in a thrilling chase. William Friedkin's memoir, The Friedkin Connection, is an engaging read and includes much about the making of The French Connection. Robin Moore's original book that inspired the film—which Friedkin claimed to never have finished reading—can be found here. Follow us on Twitter or Letterboxd. Incredible bumper music by John Deley. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
How much will a viewer tolerate? What if you took away all the quick and easy ways in which movies dole out information? What if you made the hero less-than-wholly-admirable and the villain less-than-wholly-terrible? Would audiences still come along for the ride in that brown Le Mans with Popeye Doyle as he tries to catch the sniper who missed him? William Friedkin bet that they would--and won. Join us for a conversation about The French Connection, the classic 1971 police procedural. Topics include the chase, of course, but also the ways in which Popeye Doyle is not Dirty Harry, how the film's perfect structure allows the viewers to go through a process along with the detectives, and how Popeye resembles a great literary figure from a novel that also ends in a thrilling chase. William Friedkin's memoir, The Friedkin Connection, is an engaging read and includes much about the making of The French Connection. Robin Moore's original book that inspired the film—which Friedkin claimed to never have finished reading—can be found here. Follow us on Twitter or Letterboxd. Incredible bumper music by John Deley. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
As a baby, Duncan Hamilton crashed his pram down 38 steps. This proved to be just a precursor to him crashing cars and planes. Despite the crashes, he was fast, incredibly fast, becoming one of the great race car drivers of his era. Then he met Tony Rolt, a war hero who had escaped from seven German prisoner-of-war camps, and the two formed one of the great racing partnerships of all time. Titus O'Reily and Mick Molloy discuss a friendship that led to one of the greatest Le Mans races in history. If you'd like more Sports Bizarre, become a member of Bizarre Plus. As a member, you'll get: A weekly bonus podcast Exclusive behind-the-scenes access A fortnightly newsletter Access to the members-only chatroom Ability to vote on future episodes Early access to any live show tickets Click here to join today Follow Sports Bizarre on: Instagram Facebook Twitter TikTok YouTubeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On your marks... get set... technical difficulties! Join your favourite TransAtlantic podcasting crew: Ian, Liam, and Georgia (Megan and Ethan weren't Ford type people) as we're heading to rural France in search of a 3 minute perfect lap and do our best to go 24 hours in reviewing it. We're all just trying to keep up with the leader as BFF of the BFE, Hermes Auslander blasts ahead regardless of the RPM count. We don't have Ethan or Megan to blame it on in our 187th episode as we discuss: Damon vs Bale - who's the better actor? Why did this film need 2 different titles in English speaking markets? Who were initially signed up to play the leads in an earlier draft? Don't ask me how but we got onto the Cuban Missile Crisis and the ongoing trade embargo somehow (the yellow button is ready for next week) We've got some technical gremlins in this episode and they're not quick fixes but we do power through - stay tuned for the longest BFE coda ever Hermes joins us and tries to rename the podcast Ian once again tries to re-write the ending of a film - He'd argue it's better We go over our chicken wing challenge in Cambridge and reveal who ate the most Whether or not Ford v Ferrari / Le Mans '66 is the Best Film Ever Become a Patron of this podcast and support the BFE at https://www.patreon.com/BFE We are extremely thankful to our following Patrons for their most generous support: Juleen from It Goes Down In The PM Hermes Auslander James DeGuzman Lina Oberholzer Ensign Ian Davies Chris Pedersen Duane Smith (Duane Smith!) Randal Silva The Yeetmeister Nate The Great Rev Bruce Cheezy (with a fish on a bike) Andy Dickson Holly Callen Richard Ryan Kuketz Dirk Diggler Shai Bergerfroind AJ from Nova Scotia Buy some BFE merch at https://my-store-b4e4d4.creator-spring.com/ Massive thanks to Lex Van Den Berghe for the use of 'Mistake' by Luckydog. Catch more from Lex's new band, The Maids of Honor at https://soundcloud.com/themaidsofhonor Also massive thanks to Moonlight Social for our age game theme song. You can catch more from them at https://www.moonlightsocialmusic.com/
For more, subscribe to our Patreon! Let's go fast! Pedal to the metal fast! Don't be scarred, even Matt Damon can do it! Hell, even sentient machines possessed by evil electricity can do it! Maximum overdrive is a absolute legend of the genre for bad films. And Ford vs Ferrari, I feel like only dads watched. So let's dig into both and find out who's got what it takes to go wicked fast and maybe even in Europe. So get strapped in, it's time for another handbrake turn episode of It's Just 2 Movies!Contact the show via email at: email@example.comFacebook, TikTok, Twitter, Instagram, Letterboxd and the like @itsjust2moviesDon't forget to subscribe on YouTube!Need to buy some stuff on Amazon? Visit our Amazon affiliate link to do your shopping and it helps the show financially! Wow! Amazing! *As Amazon associates we earn from qualifying purchases* Tropic Thunder, for instance! Want to support the show more directly and chuck in a buck? Buy Me a Coffee Don't use Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or any of those other platforms? The show is always free on our website. :) ***SPECIAL THANKS TO THESE FOLKS WHO CONTRIBUTE TO THIS DUMB SHOW***Russ Tafari. @russ_tafari and check out Russ Tafari Music Lamplighter Productions for our artwork. @lamplighter_productions_il Brad Sexton for our tunes. Check out SUNDS Mad thanks to Dave, @wheep3d our video editor. Check out our YouTube!Support the show
What I learned from reading The Bugatti Story by L'Ebe Bugatti.---I use EightSleep to get the best sleep of my life. Find out why EightSleep is loved by founders everywhere and get $150 off at eightsleep.com/founders/---Vesto makes it easy for you to invest your businesses idle cash. Schedule a demo with Vesto's founder Ben and tell him David from Founders sent you. Here's the legal disclosures to make the lawyers happy:Vesto Advisors, LLC (“Vesto”) is an SEC registered investment adviser. Registration with the SEC does not imply a certain level of skill or training. More information about Vesto and our partnership can be found here We are entitled to compensation for promoting Vesto Advisors, LLC. Accordingly, we have an incentive to endorse Vesto and its team and services. We are not current advisory clients of the Vesto.---Join Founders AMAMembers of Founders AMA can:-Email me your questions directly (you get a private email address in the confirmation email) -Promote your company to other members by including a link to your website with you question -Unlock 34 Ask Me Anything (AMA) episodes immediately-Listen to new Ask Me Anything (AMA) episodes every week ---Join my free email newsletter to get my top 10 highlights from every book---(2:01) If there was a prototype operation for what Enzo Ferrari envisioned it had to be what the legendary Ettore Bugatti built in Molsheim. — Enzo Ferrari: The Man and the Machine by Brock Yates. (Founders #220)(7:00) Go Like Hell: Ford, Ferrari, and Their Battle for Speed and Glory at Le Mans by A. J. Baime. (Founders #97)(14:30) I determined to build a car of my own. I had realized by then that I was completely taken by mechanics. My ideas gave me no rest.(16:00) The two inventors described to each other a singular experience: Each had imagined a perfect new product, whole, already manufactured and sitting before him, and then spent years prodding executives, engineers, and factories to create it with as few compromises as possible. — Instant: The Story of Polaroid by Christopher Bonanos. (Founders #264)(22:00) Faster progress would be made in all fields if conceit did not cause us to forget or disdain the work done by others before us. There is a tendency to believe that nothing worthy of note has been done in the past, and this has an unfortunate bearing on our judgment; thus the present trend toward mediocrity.(23:45) I was hypnotized, drawn more and more to the mechanics of motors. These exciting problems had me completely under their sway, and so began for me the hard uphill task, the thankless labor of constructing and destroying and beginning again, without a break or rest, and for days, months, years even, until success finally rewarded all my efforts.(27:00) Bugatti made no attempt to compete with the low price models already on the market. The price of the Bugatti was higher than any other car of equal horsepower.(37:00) Bugatti is the personification of Paul Graham's essay How To Do Great Work(Founders #314)-Work on what you have a natural aptitude for and a deep curiosity about.-Make a commitment to be the best in the world at what you do.-Care deeply about making truly great work.(42:00) All the finest trophies were won easily by engaging in every important race without pause.(44:00) Nothing is too good. Nothing is too dear. You've got to win whatever the cost. You work day and night if necessary.(44:30) There was a factory. However Molsheim was more than that. It was a house and a family. It was a little world where the attitude to things and the relations between people were out of the ordinary.(45:30) The personality of its founder continued to show in even the smallest details and unexpected ways.(46:00) You get the feeling of being suddenly confronted with something unusual and beyond classification.(49:30) His starting point was always to create the most extraordinary things.(50:30) Against the Odds: An Autobiography by James Dyson (Founders #300)(52:00) The root principle was to do things your way. It didn't matter how other people did it. As long as it works and it is exciting people will follow you.(58:30) A human life, by its very nature, has to be devoted to something or other, to a glorious or humble enterprise, an illustrious or obscure destiny. This is a strange but inexorable condition of things. — The Revolt of the Masses by Jose Ortega y Gasset----Join Founders AMAMembers of Founders AMA can:-Email me your questions directly (you get a private email address in the confirmation email) -Promote your company to other members by including a link to your website with you question -Unlock 34 Ask Me Anything (AMA) episodes immediately-Listen to new Ask Me Anything (AMA) episodes every week ----“I have listened to every episode released and look forward to every episode that comes out. The only criticism I would have is that after each podcast I usually want to buy the book because I am interested, so my poor wallet suffers.” — GarethBe like Gareth. Buy a book: All the books featured on Founders Podcast
Jessica Hook is an engineer at Hendrick Motorsports, but her exact role is to be determined as Hook looks for her next challenge. However, she was heavily involved in Garage 56 and she's among the team now closing the chapter on that historic event as the parts and pieces are back at the shop. Hook recalls when she was brought into the loop by Chad Knaus with five minutes' notice; the science behind competing at Le Mans regarding fuel/tires and Hook's race day role; how Hendrick Motorsports ties into her background before getting a job with the organization; how her perspective on racing changed when realizing she wanted to work in the sport; the two jobs she's had since graduating college; working with the drivers she once looked up to; what brings Hook a sense of satisfaction in her work; would she consider looking for a crew chief role in the future. Music created by Tony Monge.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3228370/advertisement
The Knoxville Nationals is the Bathurst1000, the Indy500, the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the Monaco GP. It is the mecca of world Sprintcars - and Aussie weapon James McFadden joined Rusty to give us all the insights ahead of his shot at the ultimate prize in one of the biggest spectacles in all of motorsport.. So, despite the Formula 1 mid season break, we have your motorsport fix covered. With our Aussies in the States, there is no shortage of action to preview. From Shane van Gisbergen and Brodie Kostecki in NASCAR, Scott McLaughlin in IndyCar and James McFadden and a bunch of other Aussie Sprintcar drivers competing in the Knoxville Nationals! J-Mac is as good as a character in all of Australian motorsport, and one hell of a talented driver as well. After his last start win in the Front Row Challenge at Southern Iowa Speedway, he heads to the Knoxville Nationals with plenty of confidence, and he shares all his insights into one of the best things in motorsport, with Rusty. Plus, he gives his candid thoughts on World Series Sprint Cars and racing in Australia. All that, is waiting for you in the latest edition of the Motorsport Brief. Head to Rusty's Facebook, Twitter or Instagram and give us your feedback and let us know what you want to hear about in future Motorsport Brief episodes with Rusty.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ryan and Dustin continue their Summer movie review series with another installment of No Ticket Required! This week, the guys review 'Ford vs. Ferrari,' which tells the story of Ford's development of the GT 40 as they try to beat Ferrari at Le Mans. Next, they talk Tim Anderson getting knocked out, Jim Irsay's whale of a tale transporting an orca, and Union College's terrible team name change. Plus, another installment of Questions for Humans: Guy's Night edition! No Credentials Required is a part of Belly Up Sports in association with Gozilla Media. Mahler Bros. Golf: If you look good, you feel good, but it's up to you to play good! Get a polo, a t-shirt, or golf accessories at www.mahlerbros.com and save 15% off with promo code BELLYUP! Invader Coffee: Fuel For the Fearless! Visit our affiliate link and save 15% off the best roasted coffee with promo code BELLYUP at checkout! https://www.invadercoffee.com/?rfsn=6061080.e802273&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=6061080.e802273 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Amanda Stretton is the new Master of Ceremonies at the 2023 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. Amanda is the UK's leading female motorsport, classic car, and automotive TV broadcaster. She is renowned for her passion and knowledge of contemporary and classic racing and her understanding of the international car industry. But Amanda is more than a presenter, unlike her peers she has raced competitively in historic GT and Le Mans prototypes on the world's most famous racetracks and is still the only British female racing driver to have won an International long distance GT race.
The road to Monterey continues, as Sports Car Market Magazine's Buy, Sell, Hold: Spotlight, sits down with RM Sotheby's Jake O'Gorman. He and Host Darin Roberge recap LeMans and Carrara Collection results and dive into their incredible catalog of Car Week 2023 offerings. WATCH ON YOUTUBE OR LISTEN ON ALL MAJOR PODCAST PLATFORMS Join us every Monday night at 7:00 EST for new episodes of Buy, Sell, Hold: Spotlight!
Brett and Mark welcome Ped Watt of Watt Design Photography to discuss covering the 100th anniversary of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the Le Mans Classic, the glory of French food, and driving a drunk guy's Aston Martin. All this and much more on this week's Driven Radio Show! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Afsnit 512 Michelle Gatting! Michelle er professionel racerkører og har stribevis af løb bag sig, bl.a. Le Mans. I dagens afsnit fortæller Michelle om hvordan det er at leve af motorsport, jagten på sponsorere, frygten for el-motorer og køresimulatorer men også hvordan det er at være kvinde i en mandsdomineret sport. Michelle kører for Iron Dames, hvilket ikke kunne være mere passende - For hun er en ægte go-getter lavet af stål, hvilket dagens afsnit på ingen måde lægger skjul på! Gå fornøjelse, Christian.
This week on the Daly Dose, the ESPYs took place last week, and we have to wonder why we weren't at least nominated for the Arthur Ashe Courage Award. Plus, Lebron James has been doing some very Lebron things lately.The Tennessee Titans are going to sign wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins, Philip Rivers is expecting yet another child, and the NCAA proves they still have no power whatsoever with their punishments for the University of Tennessee.Then, with the world of sports being a little quiet during this time of year, we bring you another edition of our Daly Dose storytime!We tell a story of insane athleticism from the NBA, a wild family story from MLB history, and two tragic tales from the world of soccer and boxing. We finish up storytime with an account of how one victory celebration came to be one of the most popular traditions in the world of sports!This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3569738/advertisement
Jenson Button on racing a NASCAR at Le Mans; driving old F1 cars; the Radford campaign at Pikes Peak (and why he didn't drive); his strange decision with seats; his old Jag; street circuits; bumps; and more.Recorded July 15, 2023 @jensonbutton Use Off The Record! and ALWAYS fight your tickets! Enter code TST10 for a 10% discount on your first case on the Off The Record app, or go to http://www.offtherecord.com/TST. Click on the DILLON banner, buy a pair of sunglasses, receive a FREE Smoking Tire t-shirt! https://thesmokingtire.com/partners-1 Want your question answered? Want to watch the live stream, get ad-free podcasts, or exclusive podcasts? Join our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thesmokingtirepodcast Tweet at us!https://www.Twitter.com/thesmokingtirehttps://www.Twitter.com/zackklapman Instagram:https://www.Instagram.com/thesmokingtirehttps://www.Instagram.com/therealzackklapman
Following on from our discussion of the scrappy HWM Grand Prix cars, there's much more to hear: Simon and Guy discuss drivers like Stirling Moss, Lance Macklin and James Hunt; some interesting Aston Martin talk, and analysis of the 1955 Le Mans disaster and how safety was transformed in its aftermath.Enjoy this special bonus episode!BUY THE BOOK:https://www.amazon.com/John-George-HWMs-racing-Britain/dp/1910505323SEE THE NEW DB12 at HWM ASTON MARTIN LIMITED:https://www.hwmastonmartin.co.ukSUPPORT THE POD:https://www.buymeacoffee.com/hpheritageINSTAGRAM: @horsepowerheritageYOUTUBE:https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=horsepower+heritageHORSEPOWER HERITAGE IS NOW ON TWITTER:https://twitter.com/TargaStorioSUPPORT OUR SPONSORS:http://modelcitizendiecast.comhttps://www.drivetowardacure.orgFIND US ON THE WEB:https://www.horsepowerheritage.comSupport the show
He was made bishop by the Apostle Peter and sent to Gaul as a missionary. Some believe that he was Simon the Leper, whom the Lord healed, later named Julian in Baptism. In Gaul, despite great difficulty and privation, he converted many to faith in Christ and worked many miracles — healing the sick, driving out demons, and even raising the dead. In time the local prince, Defenson, was baptised along with many of his subjects. He reposed in peace.
South African-born Glen Smale is a professional motor journalism and photographer. He's authored eighteen books covering sports cars and motor racing, and founded the photo agency Virtual Motorpix, specializing in sports cars and motorsports racing. His newest book is titled Le Mans: 100 Years: A Century at the World's Greatest Race published by Motorbooks. It is a compilation of the history of Le Mans packed with photography, narrative, and much, much more. Glen has been a member of the Guild of Motoring Writers since 1994.
It's EV News Briefly for Wednesday 12th July. I'll be back as usual at 5pm UK time, that's Midday Eastern, for the full podcast. Patreon supporters get the episodes as soon as they're ready AND ad free. You can be like them by clicking here. Tesla Electric is expanding into the UK market to supply electricity to households with Tesla products. The plan involves storing cheap electricity and selling it back to the grid at higher prices, aiding the transition to 100% renewable energy. Luxury EV maker Lucid Group delivered fewer Air sedans than Wall Street estimates for Q2, amid concerns about demand. Despite having a backlog of reservations, Lucid only plans to produce 10,000 to 14,000 Airs in 2023. In June 2023, electric vehicles (EVs) made up a record 26.9% market share in France, up from 19.8% the previous year. The Tesla Model Y was the best-selling Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV) for the month. Audi's Hoonitron, an all-electric Quattro tribute, will be driven by nine-time Le Mans winner Tom Kristensen at the 2023 Festival of Speed. The car's power outperforms any of the Le Mans Prototype 1 (LMP1) cars Kristensen has raced. Ford is set to unveil a high-performance electric Mustang Mach-E at the 2023 Goodwood Festival of Speed. A teaser suggests an off-road adventure edition, complementing Ford's ongoing work on a high-performance electric F-150 Lightning pickup. Dacia plans to reinvent its fourth-generation Sandero as an affordable electric supermini by 2027 or 2028. The company is investigating cheaper battery chemistries to maintain affordability. Fiat UK experienced a surge in inquiries about the electric Fiat 500 following the introduction of a £3000 E-Grant to encourage EV adoption. The grant was launched after the UK government withdrew similar incentives a year ago. China's New Energy Vehicles (NEVs) sales increased by 44.1% year-on-year in H1 2023, reaching nearly 3.75 million units. NEV exports also grew, with a 160% year-on-year expansion. Volkswagen (VW) is experiencing decreased demand for their electric models in Europe, with production reportedly decreasing at their Emden plant. VW produced 97,000 units from January to May but sold only 73,000. Electric car sales in Germany for Volkswagen are below targets, with some battery-electric models seeing demand drop to zero. Subsidy cuts, high inflation, and competition from other manufacturers are contributing factors. The European Parliament has approved legislation to expand EV charging and hydrogen infrastructure across the EU. By 2026, charging stations for electric cars should be available every 60 kilometers along main routes. EU member states have approved comprehensive battery market regulation, promoting a circular economy for all types of batteries. The regulation requires mandatory declarations and labels related to battery components and recycled content. A study shows a 29.5% drop in used Electric Vehicle (EV) prices following months of rising prices. Factors contributing to the price drop include Tesla's aggressive pricing cuts and a rise in supply. Amazon has introduced more than 3,000 custom electric delivery vans across the U.S., aiming to have 100,000 such vehicles on the road by 2030. Amazon plans to invest over 1 billion euros over the next five years to decarbonize and electrify its European transportation network. Several electric vehicles now support 800-volt DC fast-charging for rapid charging with lighter, thinner cables. Among the manufacturers offering this technology are Audi, Porsche, GMC, Hyundai, and Kia, while Tesla's upcoming V4 Supercharging will offer 1,000-volt capability.
Mike ‘Rocky' Rockenfeller believes the buzz from NASCAR's entry in Le Mans is still going strong, and he's still relishing having the opportunity to be a part of it. Rockenfeller compares the dynamic of the experience to his past trips to compete in Le Mans; the adjustment as a driver of not racing for an overall victory; if he believes the entry did just as much for sports cars as it did NASCAR; how much it means to be full-time again; the eye-opening experience of looking for a ride after 15 years with Audi; the tall task of getting a new program competitive in IMSA; where the team is after only having two races against GTP competition; how he got into karting and then his path to being a factory driver; the surprise of early and consistent success; the thrill of sports car racing for Rockenfeller; experiencing his first baseball game in the U.S.; the story behind his nickname. Music created by Tony Monge.Buy podcast merchandise here: https://carpys.com/store/The-Racing-Writers-Podcast-Kelly-Crandall-c114796518This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3228370/advertisement
Join me as I interview two incredibly talented young women who happen to be the drivers of the #26 Heart of Racing Aston Martin Vantage in the GT4 SRO series! Hannah Grisham and Rianna O'Meara-Hunt are two wonderful drivers and it was a real honor to get some of their time to dive into their story.They were part of a driver search that included over 100 applicants and ended in a 9-driver shootout. Hannah and Rianna were the two selected and it's a terrific story of how they became race car drivers. I think you'll enjoy hearing from Hannah and Rianna about their journey into racing and what it's like to drive a GT4 car as well as work with Paul Charsley. :)This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4570561/advertisement
F1 heads back to Europe, but not before we talk Deadpool's investments, Williams' emails, and Le Mans' sparkling toilets. SHOW NOTES Go download the demo for Stunt Derby! The Vowles Verdict on Williams' YouTube channel Nico Rosberg drives a Ferrari F40 Anime trailers galore: Overtake!, Highspeed Etoile, Future GPX Cyber Formula, Initial D Support the show on Patreon and get all our bonus episodes! Follow us on Mastodon, Twitter, and YouTubeEmail us at firstname.lastname@example.orgJoin our fantasy league with invite code C4OWDVDIG06 New to F1? Check out our primer episode
Catch our episode on Duncan Hamilton yet again, on this exclusive episode revisit! Today we're looking into the bonkers life of Duncan Hamilton, the only man to win the 24 Hours of Le Mans drunk behind the wheel. This guy might have the nuttiest story so far on this podcast: from building his own car as a teenager, too surviving back to back sinking ships in World War Two, and surviving multiple crashes on the track. There's only one Duncan Hamilton! You asked for it -- and we listened. We're filming Past Gas again! Head to our Youtube channel and check us out in the stu! https://www.youtube.com/c/donutpodcasts Thanks to our sponsors: You need to hire? You need Indeed. Go to https://Indeed.com/PASTGAS Find your drive. Forget boring rental cars at https://Turo.com Get Valvoline for your car! Get started at https://Chime.com/GAS Thank you to Innova for sponsoring Past Gas! Use code 15PASTGAS at check out to get 15% off the 5610 using this link: https://amz.run/6nfO More about Show: Follow Nolan on IG and Twitter @nolanjsykes. Follow Joe on IG and Twitter @joegweber. Follow Donut @donutmedia, and subscribe to our Youtube and Facebook channels! Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast for free wherever you're listening or using this link: http://bit.ly/PastGas. If you like the show, telling a friend about it would be helpful! You can text, email, Tweet, or send this link to a friend: http://bit.ly/PastGas. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week, Motorator Matt discussed installing hood pins on to the carbon fiber hood of his Mustang Mach 1. Then the guys chat about Le Mans and the Shelby Cobra Dragonsnake. DrinkBravago.com
Jess and Spencer discuss a platter of topics for this week's episode including the 24 Hours of Le Mans, NASCAR bringing in A Large Refrigerator of a car to the race, a preview of the Canadian GP and the first iteration of The DNF Book Club. The inaugural book discussed was "How to Build A Car" a memoir by Adrian Newey, current Chief Technical Officer at Red Bull Racing and a multi-time F1 constructors champion. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Comedian Adam Ray returns to talk about the time he almost killed Dianne Keaton before they take a deep dive into the history and impact of ‘2 Girls 1 Cup'. Adam gets into his experience appearing in the ‘Barbie' movie and working with Ryan Gosling before they hear some news about the 2023 24 Hours of Le Mans and Pat Sajak leaving 'Wheel of Fortune' after over 40 years. Next, actor and comedian Matt Walsh joins them to talk about his new movie ‘Flamin' Hot' which follows the life of the janitor who invented Flamin' Hot Cheetos'. Matt gets into his experience appearing in ‘Ted' before they talk about donkey shows and play a round of ‘Made Up Movie'. PLUGS: See Matt Walsh's movie ‘Flamin' Hot' streaming now on Hulu and Disney + And follow Matt on Instagram @MrMattWalsh See Adam Ray live: SEATTLE, WA - THE TRIPLE DOOR - Saturday PORTLAND, OR - THE GET DOWN - June 24th DALLAS, TX - HYENA'S COMEDY CLUB - June 30th Find more dates at AdamRayComedy.com Listen to ‘About Last Night' available wherever you listen to podcasts See Adam Ray in ‘Barbie' in theaters July 21 And follow Adam Ray on Twitter and Instagram, @AdamRayComedy THANKS FOR SUPPORTING TODAY'S SPONSORS: Turo.com SimpliSafe.com/ADAM BlindsGalore.com, let them know we sent you Angi.com OReillyAuto.com
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is back from vacation to join co-host Mike Davis and chat about life, Sonoma, and endurance racing: Dale's family vacation in Cabo Beach Yoga No stage breaks in Sonoma Would an endurance race work for NASCAR? During the Ask Jr. segment of the broadcast, listeners sent in questions regarding: Dale's weekly preparation for NASCAR on NBC broadcasts What happens when drivers go to the infield care center Where to go when visiting Nashville for the first time Favorite piece of Dale Jr. merchandise To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The former US President Donald Trump has been charged with mishandling hundreds of classified documents. Also: Boris Johnson resigns as British MP with immediate effect, and 100 years of Le Mans - the world's most famous 24 hour motor race.