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Erin Vogel is a professional racer and a performance driving instructor. She started going to the racetrack with her family at the age of 25, and two years later, Erin fell in love with the BMW M Coupe and converted it into a track car. At age 30, Erin and her dad decided to start a little race team and go racing. In 2017, Erin got her first podiums — earning a two-second place finish in Spec-86 and a third place in Spec Boxster. She also led her first all-female team to third place in class in the Porsche Owners Club Tribute to LeMans. Erin was the first female driver to win a race in the Pro-Am category globally in SRO competition. Erin's Contact Info: Business Website - www.erinvogelracing.com Business Email – email@example.com Instagram – @erin.vogel.racing Facebook – @erin.vogel.racing Twitter - @erinvogelracing LinkedIn - Erin Vogel I am excited to connect with you. I'd love for you to text me at (614) 636-2240 with your feedback about the podcast. What is the Femcanic Garage community all about? Go check us out! You can visit our website at https://femcanic.com/ or you can find us on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn by searching for Femcanic Garage. And don't forget to subscribe and rate the Femcanic Garage Podcast. The Femcanic audience drives the show!
Since 2000, Audi has won the 24h of Le Mans a whopping 13 times. And three of those wins were under the watchful eye and talents of lead engineer, Leena Gade. How did a daughter of Indian immigrants become an engineer for a world renowned racing team? What other women paved the way for her groundbreaking victory? And what effect did her successes have on the future of women in motorsport? Today on Past Gas: Audi's champion engineer, Leena Gade. More about Show: Follow James on IG and Twitter @jamespumphrey. 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. Thanks to our sponsors: Get Valvoline for your car! Head to GO.FACTOR75.com/gas130 and use code gas130 to get $130 off across 6 boxes. Claim your $75 CREDIT now at Indeed.com/PASTGAS. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
No es que no EXISTEN los motores de combustión de cuatro cilindros en V, pero hay una mala practica en República Dominicana de decirle 'V4" a los motores 4 cilindros en linea. Si sabemos que DUCATI tiene motocicletas con motores V4, que Porsche lo usa en el 919 para competir en LeMans, y que FORD fabrico para SAAB y LANCIA. COMPRA TU #DRIVERCAP AQUÍ
A Cup of Racing Founder and the Williams Esport Race Engineer Davide de Russis joined the podcast to talk a lot about Sim Racing, Actual Racing and his own Cup of Racing | How does one become a race engineer | How did he create his own racing data analysis company during the lockdown | How his company opened a door for him with Williams and their E Sports Team What are the pressures of working as a Race Engineer in real life for a GT3/GTE team in series like Le Mans and World Endurance Championship (which he both currently does) How do you go about preparing a stratergy for a team pro racing drivers vs “gentlemen” drivers in a Pro-AM class | How does your approach change between stratergising for an E sports race and real life race | What's the best simulator software in his opinion and how the tyre model and physics is the most quintessential part of a sim | What's it like working with an E sports driver and how many hours do they spend training and collecting data to be competitive | As he was Italian we had a good conversation about Ferrari and exploring why they are struggling stratergy wise in this years title fight | What was his most impressive race weekend and how decisions he made changed the outcome and secured a team a win | How likely are we to sim a cross over between E sports programmes that actually lead to E Sports drivers becoming full time test or full time racing drivers for teams at the top level in motor sports | And more important information So subscribe to our YouTube channel and stream us on Apple Spotify and Google podcasts and join the conversation with us on twitter at @StripTheDip | Follow Davide on Instagram @davideru |
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As a kid, Kay watched his father racing behind the fences and soon wanted to sit behind a steering wheel himself. At the age of eight, Kay made his karting début and won several national titles in different divisions where his talent was immediately noticeable. After a successful career in karting, racing European and World championships, kay stepped up to racecars. In 2018, he made his début in motorsport, racing the European Le Mans series with Eurointernational in LMP3 class. After reaching the top step of the podium at Road to Le Mans and the 4 Hours of Monza, Kay signed a deal with United Autosports for the Asian Le Mans series, ultimately winning the 4 Hours of Fuji. In 2019, Kay took part in several races of the Porsche Carrera Cup Benelux and won his début race at Zandvoort. In 2020, he continued racing Porsche in the Carrera Cup Germany with Huber Racing. This year, Kay will be racing the Porsche Carrera Cup North America with Kelly-Moss racing. In addition to his racing program, Kay is working on his bachelor's degree in Business Administration in Miami and strives towards excellence in racing as well as academically.
No es que no EXISTEN los motores de combustión de cuatro cilindros en V, pero hay una mala practica en República Dominicana de decirle 'V4" a los motores 4 cilindros en linea. Si sabemos que DUCATI tiene motocicletas con motores V4, que Porsche lo usa en el 919 para competir en LeMans, y que FORD fabrico para SAAB y LANCIA. COMPRA TU #DRIVERCAP AQUÍ
Dan Prosser and Andrew Frankel leaf through the catalogue for Bonhams' forthcoming sale at Quail Lodge during Monterey Car Week. The highlights include a genuine Lightweight E-type that raced at Le Mans in period, a pleasingly tatty motorcycle with a very special former owner and scores of beautifully presented 1950 and 60s sports cars. The auction is on August 19. Follow the link to find out more – https://www.bonhams.com/auction/27509/the-quail-auction/
Tommy Kendall @tommykendall11 is back! The racer and broadcaster has returned. We get his take on the F1 season; his hilarious thoughts on Adrian Newey; why it's so hard to change racing but impossible to stay stagnant; the Drive to Survive effect; what confuses him about NASCAR; why drivers can have different setups but run the same lap time; his Beretta race car; helicopter parents; and more!Tommy Kendall is an American race car driver and television broadcaster. He has raced in NASCAR, Le Mans, GT cars, and even the Bathhurst 1000. He is best known for his IMSA GT Championship and SCCA Trans-Am Series career. Recorded July 26, 2022Head to Policygenius.com to get your free life insurance quotes and see how much you could save. Go to HelloFresh.com/smokingtire16 and use code smokingtire16 for 16 free meals across 7 boxes AND 3 free gifts!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. 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
O fim de semana fica marcado pela notícia do final da carreira de Sebastian Vettel na Formula 1 e toda a avalanche que se seguiu. O nosso rescaldo do GP da Hungria e a viagem fora do circo ao London E-Prix e às 24h de Le Mans. #Formula #HungarianGP #F1 #Indycar #Spa24H #FormulaE
In this week's episode, Kevin and John speak with current Trans-Am TA2 series points co-leader and podium finisher at this year's 24 Hours of LeMans, Thomas Merrill. He talks about his upbringing, his path from carts, through formula cars and into sports cars as well as his current success, and what lies ahead. He even poses a few good questions himself! Check it out before our Trans-Am series specific episode comes out on August 16th as John and Kevin will be attending the music city grand prix along with Indycar in Nashville!
Ferrari versagt erneut. Der Bauchklatscher beim Grand Prix von Ungarn veranlasst die Journalisten von PITCAST, dem Podcast Eurer Lieblingszeitschrift PITWALK, den motorsportlichen Horizont ein bisschen zu erweitern. Denn gleich zwei Beispiele aus anderen Motorsportdisziplinen zeigen den Italienern, wie man bei einer vergleichbaren Ausgangslage wirklich reagieren muss. Darunter auch das Auftreten der Australier beim Speedway of Nations am vergangenen Wochenende im dänischen Vojens. PITCAST-Producer Norbert Ockenga, der auch Chefredakteur der Zeitschrift PITWALK ist, und PITWALK-Formel 1-Reporterin Inga Stracke führen den Vergleich zum Speedway ebenso ins Felde wie zu einem der spektakulärsten 24-Stundenrennen von Le Mans aller bisherigen Zeiten. Beide Exempel zeigen Ferrari, wie man es besser macht als die Roten in Ungarn. Dazu gibt es die für PITCAST übliche fundierte technische und taktische Analyse des Rennens – und eine genaue Aufarbeitung der Nachfolgefrage für Sebastian Vettel bei Aston Martin. Um die aufzudröseln, geht der Blick sogar in die IndyCar-Serie – was bei der bisherigen Betrachtung in den hiesigen Medien schlicht übersehen wurde. Mehr zur Speedway-Mannschafts-WM, aber auch zur Formel 1 und zu Sebastian Vettel findet Ihr hier: https://shop.pitwalk.de/magazin/106/ausgabe-67?c=6
This edition of Brembo RED with Dan Sandberg features four-time IndyCar Champion and sportscar racer Sebastien Bourdais who talks racing, winning, and the fear of owning a Ford GT. He also tells RED what three race cars he's driven that he would want back in his garage. Also, Howard Smith, General Motors Vehicle Performance Manager for Performance SUVs and Police Vehicles, joins RED to discuss the all-new BIG horsepower 2023 Cadillac Escalade V-Series. Bourdais is currently driving the No. 01 Cadillac DPi-V.R for Chip Ganassi Racing in the IMSA WeatherTech Championship. With a win at the last race the Frenchman from Le Mans discusses his 30-year racing history, Le Mans 24, and his future in the sport. He also tells us why he “couldn't keep his Ford GT.” Smith was tasked with bringing the Escalade V-Series from grocery getter to a full size, go faster SUV. The BIG V, the result of “customer ask” has 682 hp, 653 pound-feet of torque and is stopped by BIG Brembo brakes. Smith says, “launch control was a necessity.”
We're back! After an impromptu break, Alistair and George are back for another season of the AutoChat podcast.In this episode, George talks about competing at the karting 24 hours of Le Mans, where he qualified in pole position, set the fastest lap of the race and led his team to finish 2nd in class.Meanwhile, Alistair shares his experience of visiting Bugatti HQ and driving a 276mph Chiron Super Sport with none other than 1988 Le Mans winner Andy Wallace in the passenger seat.
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Good Morning Monaco THURSDAY JULY 28, 2022 published by NEWS.MC Subscribe to our daily email newsletter Man drowns after late night swim off Larvotto A 34 year-old man drowned off Larvotto Beach earlier this month after going for a late night swim... Woman jailed after striking barmaid with champagne bottle A group of friends celebrating during the Monaco Grand Prix ran up a bill of 14,340 euros at Coya, an establishment in Fontvieille run by SBM, Monaco Criminal Court was told... France takes next step to confiscation of oligarchs' assets A formal enquiry has been opened by the Parquet National Financier (PNF) into the property of Russian oligarchs close to Putin. In the majority of cases... AS Monaco lose final pre-season friendly For their final friendly fixture of the 2022 preseason campaign, AS Monaco travelled to England to face off against Premier League side Southampton... DULY NOTED: An Afghan refugee has been arrested in Le Mans after stabbing two strangers. The victims are expected to survive. He is undergoing psychiatric evaluation. * US Secretary of State Blinken is going to speak to his counterpart, Lavrov, within the next few days. It will be their first conversation since the Russian invasion of Ukraine. On the agenda, Ukrainian grain exports and the release of American prisoners. Tonight in Monaco: James Blunt will perform at the Monte-Carlo Summer Festival. The concert begins at 22:30. More info from SBM Copyright © 2020 NEWS SARL. All rights reserved. North East West South (NEWS) SARL. RCI: 20S08518 - NIS: 6312Z21974 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/monacodailynews/message
#445 Too Much Motorsport? As various series compete for our attention we ask which formulas do we choose to watch? Where next for the French Grand Prix? Who really are the best and the worst F1 teams? Plus how can racing increase its diversity?
Today we are talking about the 2019 film about “American car designer, Carol Shelby and driver Ken Miles who battle corporate interference and the laws of physics to build a revolutionary race car for Ford in order to defeat Ferrari at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1966.” (Source: IMDB.com) The film stars Matt Damon, Christian Bale, Jon Berntthal, and Josh Lucas. [while racing at Willow Springs, Gurney notices Miles' broken windshield] Dan Gurney: Hey, Ken. What happened to your shield? Ken Miles: New design. Some of our favorite parts of this movie are: The cast The race scenes Great show, don't tell A touch long but well worth the sad (spoiler) ending Special thanks to our editor Geoff Vrijmoet for this episode and Melissa Villagrana for helping out with our social media posts. Next week's film will be Talladega Nights (2006) available on AppleTV or Amazon Subscribe, Rate & Share Your Favorite Episodes! Thanks for tuning into today's episode of Dodge Movie Podcast with your host, Mike and Christi Dodge. If you enjoyed this episode, please head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe and leave a rating and review. Don't forget to visit our website, connect with us on Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, and share your favorite episodes across social media. Give us a call at 971-245-4148 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Volvemos a Le MansBienvenidos a MecanicaPod , el programa de Motor para todos a los que nos gusta conducir.En este episodio:Contamos nuestras aventuras en la 90 edición de las 24 horas de Le Mans, desde el punto de vista de dos primerizos, Borja del podcast Retromatica y DanielYa tenemos grupo de Telegram!*Las operaciones y procesos descritas en el podcast se comentan a título personal, y han de hacerse bajo propia responsabilidad. Consulta siempre el manual de tu vehículo para más información.Puedes contactar con nosotros en:
For most racing drivers, the chance to step up to Formula 1 is the opportunity of their careers, but Anthony Davidson says that his first grand prix start is something he still regrets to this day.Speaking to Chris Medland in the final episode from the current My big break series, WEC champion Davidson talks about the turning points in his career, which included more than a decade in top-level racing.Along the way, he brings his thoughtful views on why F1's points system should be revamped, the challenges facing female racing drivers, and his current commentary role.He reveals how an impromptu visit to Brands Hatch was the key to moving out of karting — where he raced alongside the likes of Dan Wheldon and Jenson Button — and into Formula Ford. Within two years, Davidson was a Formula 1 test driver and he eventually got his chance to race with Minardi, driving what he calls a "beast" of a car that he wasn't physically prepared for — and paying £250,000 for the privilege.But Davidson bided his time and was rewarded with a drive for Super Aguri, where he came agonisingly close to scoring world championship points. With the withdrawal of the team, he turned to sports cars, racing for Aston Martin before joining Peugeot's effort and then moving to Toyota, where he admits he's still "grieving" the 2016 Le Mans win that never was, when his car broke down with a lap remaining.Frank, funny, and insightful, Davidson takes you through the highs and lows of his eventful career. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Adam Ferrara is an Actor, Comedian who Entertainment Weekly dubbed “Hilarious,” and co-hosted the critically acclaimed BBC sensation, Top Gear US, for six seasons. Some of his TopGear highlights include jumping a ‘76 Coupe de Ville Cadillac 46 ft in the air, getting a Ferrari F12 Berlinetta up to 180mph, hang gliding a mustang off a cliff and driving one of the original 1966 MK II GT40 which won Le Mans. He starred in the AOL series “In the Drivers Seat with Adam Ferrara,” sponsored by Jaguar and Range Rover and was an online host for “The Barrett Jackson Collector Car Auction.” His new podcast, The Adam Ferrara Podcast is a breakout hit and considered a “must listen” by Hidden Remote. His new comedy album Now Available, It's Scary in Here, debuted number one on iTunes, while his album Unconditional, was Interrobang's People's Choice of Album of the Year.--Kute Blackson has been recognized as the “Mindfulness guru that billionaires go to for advice” by Inc Magazine. With a high social media profile, he has been featured on the Larry King Now Show, Dr. Drew, NPR, Fox and Friends, Mind Body Green, and many more. His interview with Tom Bilyeu on the popular podcast, Impact Theory, as well as Bulletproof podcast received rave reviews. Kute's book, The Magic of Surrender, has been endorsed by Jack Canfield (Chicken Soup for the Soul), Les Brown (Live Your Dreams), John Gray (Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus), Anthony William (Medical Medium Book Series), Barbara de Angelis (Soul Shifts), Martha Beck (NY Times best-selling author), to name just a few. --Join Robert Manni, author of The Guys' Guy's Guide To Love as we discuss life, love and the pursuit of happiness. Subscribe to Guy's Guy Radio on YouTube, iTunes and wherever you get your podcasts! Buy The Guys' Guy's Guide to Love now!
In this episode, championship race car driver David Donohue hops In The Drivers' Seat with ABS! David is an accomplished driver with wins at the 24 Hours of Daytona, Le Mans, and the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb!The ABS guys swap stories as they try to compare to David's established racing career.Jump in the passenger seat and join in!
Racer to Racer Podcast Presented by Race 92 - In this episode we chat with Stéphan Grégoire. Stéphan drove in multiple seasons in the IRL, driving in 7 Indianapolis 500s. He also drove in several 24 Hours of Lemans races. Buy Race 92 and Podcast merch at www.race92.com! https://anchor.fm/racer-to-racer AUDIO TRACK: Into The Twilight - AMG
Dan Prosser and Andrew Frankel talk about Scuderia Ferrari – its 2022 Formula 1 campaign, its origins right the way back to 1929, its successes and failures in F1 and in sportscar racing, and its return to Le Mans in 2023. Is Enzo's race team the greatest of all time? With thanks to JBR Capital (@jbrcapital or jbrcapital.com).
Lee and Andy bring you highlights from Le Mans Classic at the famous Circuit de La Sarthe, where racing legends are brought back to life for one spectacular weekend. After travelling down with the guys at RPM Technik for their driving tour, Lee and Andy chat to some guests at the trackside, before Mike Wilds reveals what it's like to race at Le Mans 30 years after his last visit. Plus there's tips for going to the 2023 event if it's on your bucket list.‘9WERKS Radio' @9werks.radio is your dedicated Porsche and car podcast, taking you closer than ever to the world's finest sports cars and the culture and history behind them. The show is brought to you by 9werks.co.uk, the innovative online platform for Porsche enthusiasts. Hosted by Porsche Journalist Lee Sibley @9werks_lee and 993 owner and engineer Andy Brookes @993andy, with special input from friends and experts around the industry, including you, our valued listeners.If you enjoy the podcast and would like to support us you can do so by hitting the link below, your support would be greatly appreciated.Support the show
Racer to Racer Podcast Presented by Race 92 - In this episode we chat with Davy Jones. Davy won the 1990 24 Hours of Daytona and the 1996 24 Hours of Lemans. He also drove in 5 Indianapolis 500's finishing 2nd in the 1996 Indianapolis 500. Davy Jones Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/driverdavyjones/ Buy Race 92 and Podcast merch at www.race92.com! https://anchor.fm/racer-to-racer AUDIO TRACK: Into The Twilight - AMG
Michael Schumacher. Jenson Button. Jacques Villeneuve. Colin McRae. Sebastian Loeb. The list of elite racing drivers David Richards has led is long and legendary. As an F1 Team Principal in the 2000s, he, Button and the BAR team challenged Ferrari for race wins. David tasted podium champagne, but the bottle never had ‘1st' printed on it. Not so in the World Rally Championship and at Le Mans, where his teams and drivers have won a multitude of titles. David tells Tom Clarkson the story of his incredible life in motorsport: success in rallying, decades in F1 with Benetton, BAR and Honda, and he remembers the behind the scenes negotiations to bring his own company, Prodrive, onto the grid. Plus, desert racing with Sebastian Loeb, Extreme E with Lewis Hamilton's team and his ongoing work to make motorsport more inclusive and sustainable as chair of Motorsport UK. This episode is sponsored by: Shopify: sign up for a FREE fourteen-day trial at shopify.co.uk/grid ExpressVPN: visit ExpressVPN.com/grid right now and find out how you can get 3 months free Harry's: get a free travel size face wash by redeeming a free Harry's Trial set at harrys.com/grid. All you cover is £3.95 for delivery. Your freebie will be added at checkout.
Today, we review the Grand Prix of Endurance; the 24 Hours of Le Mans for 2022. Join Michael and Ollie as they dive into the nitty gritty of the numbers behind the biggest storylines from this year's Le Mans. Were Alpine hamstrung unfairly? Was LMP2 dominated by super silvers? Can a bronze be faster than a platinum? We answer these questions and more! Timestamps; 0:01 Ollie's Le Mans Experience 0:05 Overall thoughts - how did we feel about Le Mans? 0:08 Hypercar - 5 cars in a 2 horse race 0:31 LMP2 - JOTA show their class as some of the favourites fall over at T1 0:50 GTE-Pro - Corvette's shocker, Ferrari's falter, and Porsche prevail 1:12 GTE-Am - Keating takes a fantastic win! 1:26 Broad discussions; reliability, Toyota, and Le Mans 1:39 Ollie's 24 to Le Mans 1:47 WEC Monza - What to expect from the Temple of Speed
What I learned from reading Carroll Shelby: The Authorized Biography by Rinsey Mills. This was originally episode 99. I wanted to post the full episode on July 4th so we can learn from an American original.[3:27] I love everything about this person. I like the way he thought. I like the way he lived his life.[3:38] It is almost unbelievable all the different events that could happen in one human lifetime.[3:52] He lived to 89 years old and he used every single year that he was alive.[5:22] He could talk his way out of anything.[6:40] He knew what he wanted. He didn't want anybody else telling him what to do.[7:41] He had a love for anything that would go fast.[10:48] He didn't know what to do with his life.[15:54] Follow your natural drift. —Charlie Munger[17:00] I can't work for anybody.[18:42] He has fun his entire life. As soon as they stop being fun he runs away.[22:20] A Man for All Markets: From Las Vegas to Wall Street, How I Beat the Dealer and the Market by Ed Thorp. (Founders #93 and #222) [24:17] Money only solves money problems.[26:32] Scratching around doing insignificant races with inferior machinery wasn't an option in which he could see any future.[27:26] Whatever setbacks he encountered he was invariably able to bounce back through a combination of self-belief and an aptitude for making other people believe in him.[27:45] Enthusiasm and passion are universal attractive traits.[28:05] Go Like Hell: Ford, Ferrari, and Their Battle for Speed and Glory at Le Mans by A.J. Baime. (Founders #97) and Enzo Ferrari: Power, Politics, and the Making of an Automobile Empire by Luca Dal Monte. (Founders #98) [30:29] The Purple Cow by Seth Godin[32:22] Distant Force: A Memoir of the Teledyne Corporation and the Man Who Created It by Dr. George Roberts. (Founders #110)[32:38] Having extreme focus in the information age is a superpower.[36:13] Racing was a means to an end. He wanted to build his own car. That was his main goal.[42:34] He still didn't know quite how he was going to do it but if he was finally going to produce his own sports car.[53:48] All big things start small.[58:31] 12 months after Shelby was deeply depressed his life is completely different and the Shelby Cobra starts to take shape.[1:00:06] A summary of the early days of Shelby Automotive: Everything had to be done tomorrow and by the cheapest method possible.[1:01:12] It wasn't uncommon for them to work until two or three in the morning and be back down there at 7:30 the next morning.[1:02:22] There's just something special about a group of highly talented, smart people working together for a common goal.[1:03:48] Shelby hates company politics. That is why he wanted to run a smaller company.[1:17:30] My name is Carroll Shelby and performance is my business. —“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
Roberto González en Fórmula Latina!. Un mexicano más que sobresale en el automovilismo internacional. Se consagró vencedor de las 24 Horas de Le Mans en la categoría LMP2, al llevar junto con sus compañeros Williams Stevens y Antonio Da Costa del equipo JOTA. Nos platico toda la aventura para lograr ese triunfo. ¡No se lo pierdan este Bonus Track! Recuerden Formuleros seguirnos en redes, dejar su like y sus comentarios. ✅ Suscribe: https://www.youtube.com/formulalatina ✅ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FormulaLatinaPodcast/ ✅ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Formula_Latina ✅ Instagram: https://instagram.com/formulalatinapodcast Únete a nuestra liga en GRIDRIVAL en este enlace: https://bit.ly/3HNQ19T
FOLLOW UP: FORD ENDING FOCUS PRODUCTIONWe discussed that Ford was considering the future of the German Saarlouis plant, three weeks ago during Screaming In Your Car episode. That now seems to have been decided, as Ford are investing in their Valencia plant for EV models. After 2025 the Focus will be end, which has caused an obvious conclusion that the German factory will close. For more on this, click the JustAuto article here. FOLLOW UP: PRIVATE PARKING CODE OF PRACTICE PAUSEDIn February this year, the Government proudly announced it was introducing new rules to cap fines, have a transparent and independent appeals system and essentially make parking fairer. Much more quietly, in fact so quietly it was almost silent, they announced that this would be withdrawn after legal action from parking firms. To read more, click this RAC article link. FOLLOW UP: FLEETS URGED TO SUBMIT EV DATA TO HMRCTwo fleet industry organisations are asking their members to submit information to HMRC so that they can see the effect energy prices are having and suitably compensate in the September changes to rates. More can be read on this matter, by clicking this link to the Autocar article. NEW SENTENCING LIMITS FOR DRIVERS WHO KILLThe sentencing powers have been changed for those who cause death by dangerous driving and careless driving whilst under the influence of drink and drugs. The new limit will be a life sentence. There will also a new offence of causing serious injury by careless driving, which will have a stiff penalty. For more on this story, click here for the BBC News article. BRADFORD CLEAN AIR ZONE DATE Bradford has confirmed that their Cat C + Clean Air Zone (CAZ) will go live from 22 September 2022. This will cover commercial vehicles, busses, mini busses, hackney cabs and private hire vehicles that do not meet the requirements. You can read more about his by clicking on the link to the BVRLA article here. LOTUS AND BENTLEY TO BUILD SOME CLASSIC EXAMPLESLotus Advanced Performance will build bespoke, limited run cars based on 1960s and 70s cars. The newly formed wing of the company will also take over their motorsport interests. With limited details on exactly what is being planned there are some rumours of restomod versions of key cars from the back catalogue of Lotus. For more, click this Autocar link. Meanwhile, Bentley, buoyed by the success of their Blower Continuation Series, has announced they are producing 12 of their two-time Le Mans winning Speed Six cars. They have already been snapped up, at only £1.5 million. Again, to read more, click here for the Jalopnik link. TOYOTA RECALLING BZ4X OVER WHEEL NUT ISSUEBefore they are even delivered, Toyota has spotted a potential risk of wheel nuts loosening during heavy braking of their first specific all-electric car the bZ4X. Once they have identified a remedy then the roll out of deliveries will take place. Click here to learn more, from the Autocar article. TFL TO BEGIN FINING CARS WHO ENTER CYCLE LANESThanks to new powers, TfL are to begin to fine vehicles that enter cycle lanes illegally. During the initial six months warnings will initially be issued but then fines of £160 for each infringement, unless paid quickly, is the penalty. To learn more, click here to read the BBC News article. ——————————————————————————-If you like what we do, on this show, and think it is worth a £1.00, please consider supporting us via Patreon. Here is the link to that CLICK HERE TO SUPPORT THE PODCAST——————————————————————————-WRC: SAFARI RALLY Oh boy, that was a brutal one. Brilliant result for Toyota, a 1, 2, 3, 4! They also did that in 1993. A shocker for Hyundai and M-Sport. The Safari Rally is meant to be tough, but I'm not sure it should be this tough, although some covering the sport think they should all be as hard as this. Rovenpera won again, Evans was second and Katsuta made the podium this time after just missing out in Portugal. Ogier came in fourth, like Loeb, his participation was muted again. Neuville was the best placed Hyundai in fifth, Tanak retired TWICE and Solberg was tenth. To find out more about what happened, click here for the DirtFish article. To find out Alasdair Lindsey's Driver Ratings, click the DirtFish link. To read the DirtFish What We Learned article, click here. GOODWOOD FESTIVAL OF SPEEDOver the last weekend we saw all manner of incredible vehicles being driven up the hill or sat outside the wonderful Goodwood House. Here we link to some of the coverage, for you to catch up with. Goodwood Road & Racing's coverage can be found by clicking this link here. EVO's coverage can be found by clicking this link and don't forget to open the gallery as there are some stunning photos. For a full roundup of the cars that we on show, click here for the Autocar link. Obviously, the star of the show was the McMurtry Spéirling that broke the record for the hillclimb. Click here to watch the video. To see what Autocar found in the car park, click this link here. AND FINALLY: HOT WHEELS LEGEND TOUR 2022Following the successful first Hot Wheels Legend Tour, last year, where Lee Johnstone's Volvo P1800 Gasser won the global prize to be made into an actual model, the judges will be once again looking for the best real cars to make into a special Hot Wheels model. For more on this, click here for the Motoring Research article.
Jonny and Richard are at the 2022 Goodwood Festival of Speed where they've encountered Nigel Mansell, tried to gatecrash Gordon Murray, met a sweary Le Mans driver, seen a tiny record attempt car, run up the Duke of Richmond's driveway, slept in a young offenders' institution, and had a terrible incident with hoisin sauce. patreon.com/smithandsniff Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Phil Parsons has done it all. From being the little brother of a NASCAR Legend, a racer, a team owner and a broadcaster, the only thing he hadn't done was come to the Bojangles Studio to sit down with Dale Earnhardt Jr. Until now. On his 65th birthday, Parsons sits down with Dale Jr. and Mike Davis about his fascinating life. All he wanted to do is race. Plain and simple. From the age of five, watching his brother Benny in daring Figure-8 races through his older brother's monumental ascension through the sport, little brother just wanted to drive. When he got his shot, it didn't come easy. He took a Vega and some infrequent opportunities and made the most of them by winning races in NASCAR's Baby Grand Series, which was to become the Dash Series. He won at places like Hickory Motor Speedway, Caraway Speedway, North Wilkesboro and Nashville. It's a period of Parsons' story not often talked about and a time that Dale Jr. came to the table with curiosity about. Parsons' racing career hit rock bottom, when family money and opportunity ran dry. So, he humbly went to Humpy Wheeler for help. The advice led him to a "real job" working with Travis Carter on Hal Needham and Burt Reynold's Skoal Bandit team. The team's drivers were stuntman Stan Barrett and the legendary Harry Gant. The job created a relationship with U.S. Tobacco which blossomed into funding for his own chances back behind the wheel. The sponsorship sent Parsons on a course for Cup. At first, he was just trying to stick in NASCAR's Late Model Sportsman ranks (now known as the Xfinity Series). His rookie season produced success and an opportunity the next year with the Skoal Bandit team in NASCAR's Cup Series. Parsons is well known for a massive crash he experienced at Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama which sent his racecar tumbling violently on the high-banks. He details the wreck from his vantage point and the pain it produced. Phil also experienced the jubilation of winning in NASCAR's elite series, when he captured a win, five years after his flip, at Talladega. He explains the Zen of having the perfect car that day and matching it with perfect strategy and drive. At the end of the 1989 season Phil elected to have cataract surgery. After the successful procedure, Parsons started in his next big opportunity, for the powerful Morgan McClure Racing team. But, only three races into his tenure with the team, he got a call saying that the team was going in a different direction. Phil opens up about taking that phone call and the decision that ultimately cut the growth of his Cup career. Parson's also reveals how false rumors about his eyesight then hindered potential chances in Cup. His decision to return the Xfinity Series was a family matter. He details the choice and how he built part-two of his racing career. Parsons goes into detail about his brother Benny and the wild repair job that netted him the 1973 NASCAR Cup Series Championship. He also talks about Benny's role as a television broadcaster and how his legacy lives on. Phil too followed in Benny's footsteps with a successful television career of his own, to which he still enjoys to this day. DIRTY AIR Before Parsons joins the show, Dale, Mike, Hannah and Matthew talk about: Dale and Amy's wild commercial travel adventures and their trip to France. The upcoming live DJD show at Nashville's Ole Red. Jeremy Mayfield and others winning after being on the show. The sport needing more short-track style road courses. ASKJR presented by Xfinity The fan questions came rolling in about: What songs pump up Dale Jr. Road Course suggestions like running a green Sonoma or The Boot at the Glen! Dale Jr driving a V8 Supercar. Dale Jr. asked to Le Mans for Garage 56? and more Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Since beginning his career in 1988, Justin Bell has achieved many significant racing accomplishments, including the 1997 FIA GT2 World Championship, winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1998 and second-place finishes in Le Mans and Daytona, and a pair of SCCA Trans-Am wins. Early in his career, Justin made consistent progress through a variety of racing categories, while appearing in various television programs. In 1993, he was co-host of the motor sports television program 555 Performance World, which ran on Asia's largest satellite network Star TV and was seen by over 80 million viewers. This led to him hosting a six part series, The International Young Driver of the Year on BBC television. Currently Justin is working with the racing network Speed Channel as on-air talent for the American Le Mans Series. Along the way he raced for major car manufacturers including Saab, Peugeot, Porsche, BMW, Dodge and General Motors. For Dodge Viper, he won the 1997 FIA GT2 world championship and the GT2 class at Le Mans in 1998. In 2000 Justin signed with General Motors as a driver for the factory Corvette Racing team, finishing second in the Daytona 24 Hours, the 24 Hours of Le Mans and Petit Le Mans. Today he resides in Los Angeles and is currently writing new shows, hosting for clients and trying to figure out how to become rich and famous.
Los dos personajes se sentaron a la mesa de póker. Se miraron a los ojos. Uno de ellos estaba serio, muy serio. El otro lucía una leve y mordaz sonrisa diabólica. —¿Qué apostamos? —preguntó el primero. —El alma de ése que se está muriendo —respondió el otro. Y repartieron las cartas en una atmósfera tensa y pesada. Uno de los jugadores, el sacerdote Michel Scotto, de Le Mans, Francia, miró sus cartas: tres reyes. Pensó que era una buena mano y que podía ganar, así que puso sus cartas sobre la mesa. El otro, sin dejar de sonreír mefistofélicamente, mostró las suyas: tres ases y dos reinas. Full. Había ganado la partida. —Me llevo esa alma, que es mía —dijo riendo el diablo. El padre Scotto, derrotado, vencido y amargado, apenas pudo hacer la señal de la cruz. Esta alegoría la relata el sacerdote francés Michel Scotto. Pero para él no es alegoría. Para él es realidad. Él dice que se jugó al póker la salvación de un pecador moribundo. El diablo, mucho mejor jugador que él, y además mentiroso, tramposo y engañador, le ganó la partida. Esta historia, verídica o imaginaria, contiene varias verdades que merecen nuestra reflexión. En primer lugar, Satanás ciertamente ronda en busca de las almas de este mundo. El apóstol Pedro dice: «Practiquen el dominio propio y manténganse alerta. Su enemigo el diablo ronda como león rugiente, buscando a quién devorar» (1 Pedro 5:8). Eso debemos darlo por sentado. Otra gran verdad que esta historia revela es que Dios también anda en busca de las almas de este mundo. Jesucristo, refiriéndose a sí mismo, dijo: «Porque el Hijo del hombre vino a buscar y a salvar lo que se había perdido» (Lucas 19:10). Así como Satanás ronda en busca de las almas de este mundo, Cristo, también, anda en busca del pecador que está perdido. Lo que la historia no revela es que el destino del alma humana no está a merced de ninguna lotería ilusoria. Es más, la salvación eterna del hombre no la deciden ni Dios ni el diablo. El voto determinante lo da el hombre mismo. Jesús dijo: «Porque tanto amó Dios al mundo, que dio a su Hijo unigénito, para que todo el que cree en él no se pierda, sino que tenga vida eterna» (Juan 3:16). Cada uno de nosotros decide por cuenta propia si su alma será del diablo o de Dios, si pasará la eternidad en el cielo o en el infierno. El voto determinante es el nuestro. Más vale que nos decidamos por Dios. Hermano PabloUn Mensaje a la Concienciawww.conciencia.net
Chopard's Co-President Karl-Friedrich Scheufele and race car driver Jacky Ickx on more than 30 years of a legendary automotive event.--This episode of HODINKEE Radio was recorded in Italy shortly before the start of the 40th running of the Mille Miglia, a modern recreation of an incredible 1000-mile race from Brescia to Rome and back to Brescia. Said to be the most beautiful race in the world, it ran from 1927 to 1957 and was then restored in 1977 as a regularity rally that plays host exclusively to cars from the original period. As you can imagine, it's become a banner event in the vintage car scene and for this episode, I was joined by Karl-Freidrich Scheufele and Jacky Ickx to chat about the event, the cars, and how Chopard has played a long-standing role in supporting the race. Karl-Friedrich is Chopard's Co-President (along with being a vintage car collector) and Jacky Ickx is a famous race car driver who has won Le Mans six times, drove in Formula One for Ferrari in the early '70s, won at Dakar, etc. The pair are long-time friends, and they first ran the Mille Miglia in 1989. We chat about how they met, what Mille Miglia means to the vintage car scene, why Chopard has been sponsoring the event for more than 30 years, and how the race has changed as it's been passed to the next generation. 2:20 Mille Miglia 9:27 Sterling Moss 1955 Mille Miglia 18:10 Mille Miglia History 19:42 Cannes Film Festival 28:07 Chopard Mille Miglia 2022 Race Edition
It's The Week In Sports Cars show featuring Marshall Pruett and DailySportsCar.com's Graham Goodwin taking a deep dive on the 99th edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribe Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast [WSC]
It's a racing driver extravaganza! We're in Monterey at the Hypercar Invitational and the pros are here. We talk to Ben Collins (The Stig) about horsepower levels today, supercar performance, motorcycle racing, and the Zenvo's tilting wing. @bencollinsstig Then we talk to Justin Bell about how technology makes anyone a hero, why he won't ride right-seat in fast things, why Pikes Peak scares the shi*t out of him (compared to Le Mans), Jonny's hill-climb, and...the Zenvo's wing. @justinbelltv Lastly but not least-ly, Randy Pobst tells us about his first time racing Pikes Peak (and the near-miss), his Unplugged Performance Tesla Model S Plaid, what he thinks about British cars, why race cars ruin you for street cars, and more. @randypobstRecorded June 10, 2022 *This show was recorded outside so you might hear a small bit of wind noise. Berryman is Available at your favorite automotive retailer or automotive parts store. https://www.berrymanproducts.com. You can customize the perfect system for your home in just a few minutes at https://www.SIMPLISAFE.com/tire. Go today and claim a free indoor security camera plus 20% off with Interactive Monitoring. Evercoat Body Shop takes the guesswork out of body work. Available at Advance Auto Part stores. Want your question answered? To listen to the episode the day it's recorded? Want to watch the live stream, get ad-free podcasts, or exclusive podcasts? Join our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thesmokingtirepodcast #cars #comedy #podcastTweet at us!https://www.Twitter.com/thesmokingtirehttps://www.Twitter.com/zackklapman Instagram:https://www.Instagram.com/thesmokingtirehttps://www.Instagram.com/therealzackklapman Click here for the most honest car reviews out there: https://www.youtube.com/thesmokingtire Want shorter podcasts? Subscribe to our new CLIPS channel! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCD4WGV-W5zD1MK4yHbNGwmw
A new golden age of sports car racing could be coming – the guys talk about Lemans 2022 and what's next. They debate a poor man's GT car for Joshua in Chicago, who is ready for something good to drive. Social media questions ask about the guys' ongoing conga line of press vehicles, what are generally hyped cars which they do not love, and will there ever be a manufacturer who builds a V8-powered PHEV? Seasons 1-10 are available on Amazon Prime and Vimeo worldwide. Please rate and review us on iTunes, and the TV show on IMDB and Amazon. Write to us with your Car Debates, Car Conclusions, and Topic Tuesdays at email@example.com or everydaydriver.com. Share the podcast with your car enthusiast friends!
Adam wonders about the window sticker on Paul Newman's Le Mans 935 and Matt shares how Michael Fassbender is set to race at Le Mans this year. They then talk about the reasons behind the Tesla charger on the Ford F-150 Lightning.