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It the big 2023 Season predictions podcast. We make our predictions for winning constructor driver and rookie of the season. Plus we discuss what we learned from F1 testing this week. All done with our special guest Sophia Upton. Join us throughout the year, where we will have special guests, News, Race Reviews and more, all dropped onto your favourite podcast streaming service every single week! Don't miss a second, by simply hitting the Subscribe button now! We're on all socials too on the handle @joinEF1 - Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok plus our Website (www.everythingf1.com) is updated daily with News, Race Reviews and Opinion pieces, keeping you abreast of all the goings on from around the paddock. We really are the one pitstop shop for your daily F1 fix. You can follow Sophia Upton on TikTok @f1.soph & Insta @sophupton EverythingF1: Driven by fans, for the fans. Oh, did you listen to our Mario Andretti or Mark Blundell Interviews yet? Here's a couple of links to keep you occupied... https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/jy2FS3Wghwb https://open.spotify.com/episode/1zlMSsEOQbVJdxkVQmPnK8?si=_1VSNvrAQO2NnpLxpEhPXA --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/everythingf1/support
Tonight, on Trackside with Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin, they open the show by ranking some of the offseason moves with the season starting this weekend in St. Petersburgh, the history of Team Penske dominating St. Pete since being added to the series, highlight some of the rookies that are making their first appearances in the series, and what they expect for the overall teams. Later, Curt and Kevin give a happy birthday shoutout to Mario Andretti, go over some of the new rule changes when it comes to practice times and tires, and Kevin shares a story as to how Jackson Lee was hit by a maintenance truck.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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In this episode of the podcast. The team sit down and talk to IndyCar rookie Driver Sting Ray Robb. A great interview looking into his aspirations in the sport, looking back over his career to date and getting g his thoughts on Formula 1. As a bonus on this episode, we also sit down with the author if “Driven to Crime” Crispian Besley. He tells us some of the stories from his book and delves into some of the nefarious dealings around the motorsport world. Its very interesting looking throughout motorsports history. The book has stories of murder, corruption, drugs and kidnappings and will surely keep you entertained. Check it out on evropublishing.com or purchase at all good bookshops and online. Join us throughout the year, where we will have special guests, News, Race Reviews and more, all dropped onto your favourite podcast streaming service every single week! Don't miss a second, by simply hitting the Subscribe button now! We're on all socials too on the handle @joinEF1 - Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok plus our Website (www.everythingf1.com) is updated daily with News, Race Reviews and Opinion pieces, keeping you abreast of all the goings on from around the paddock. We really are the one pitstop shop for your daily F1 fix. EverythingF1: Driven by fans, for the fans. Oh, did you listen to our Mario Andretti or Mark Blundell Interviews yet? Here's a couple of links to keep you occupied... https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/jy2FS3Wghwb https://open.spotify.com/episode/1zlMSsEOQbVJdxkVQmPnK8?si=_1VSNvrAQO2NnpLxpEhPXA --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/everythingf1/support
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In this weeks episode, the team talk about the teams that have revealed their liveries this week. We look at the McLaren and the Aston Martin and talk about any news that has dropped since our last episode. Join us throughout the year, where we will have special guests, News, Race Reviews and more, all dropped onto your favourite podcast streaming service every single week! Don't miss a second, by simply hitting the Subscribe button now! We're on all socials too on the handle @joinEF1 - Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok plus our Website (www.everythingf1.com) is updated daily with News, Race Reviews and Opinion pieces, keeping you abreast of all the goings on from around the paddock. We really are the one pitstop shop for your daily F1 fix. EverythingF1: Driven by fans, for the fans. Oh, did you listen to our Mario Andretti or Mark Blundell Interviews yet? Here's a couple of links to keep you occupied... https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/jy2FS3Wghwb https://open.spotify.com/episode/1zlMSsEOQbVJdxkVQmPnK8?si=_1VSNvrAQO2NnpLxpEhPXA --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/everythingf1/support
In Depth With Graham Bensinger
Graham sits down with Mario Andretti at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California where the motorsports legend shares stories from his childhood in an Italian refugee camp, hiding racing from his father and career highlights as the only driver to win an Indy 500, Daytona 500 and Formula 1 World Championship.
Today on the EverythingF1 Podcast the panel; consisting of Sean, Coops and Connor get to chat to regular guest Edd Straw. With interesting news stories that have dropped over the week including the new Red Bull / Ford partnership from 2026. Plus Livery releases from a handful of teams, there is plenty for the panel to sink their teeth into. Check out Edd on his twitter and his articles published on the-race.com and his podcasts. Join us throughout the year, where we will have special guests, News, Race Reviews and more, all dropped onto your favourite podcast streaming service every single week! Don't miss a second, by simply hitting the Subscribe button now! We're on all socials too on the handle @joinEF1 - Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok plus our Website (www.everythingf1.com) is updated daily with News, Race Reviews and Opinion pieces, keeping you abreast of all the goings on from around the paddock. We really are the one pitstop shop for your daily F1 fix. EverythingF1: Driven by fans, for the fans. Oh, did you listen to our Mario Andretti or Mark Blundell Interviews yet? Here's a couple of links to keep you occupied... https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/jy2FS3Wghwb https://open.spotify.com/episode/1zlMSsEOQbVJdxkVQmPnK8?si=_1VSNvrAQO2NnpLxpEhPXA --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/everythingf1/support
In this episode Tiller and Coops discuss a few key news stories from around the paddock. Mohammed Ben Sulayem, The HAAS livery release and a possible Ford entry to the sport. We discuss all this with returning guest F3 commentator Chris McCarthy. Join us throughout the year, where we will have special guests, News, Race Reviews and more, all dropped onto your favourite podcast streaming service every single week! Don't miss a second, by simply hitting the Subscribe button now! We're on all socials too on the handle @joinEF1 - Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok plus our Website (www.everythingf1.com) is updated daily with News, Race Reviews and Opinion pieces, keeping you abreast of all the goings on from around the paddock. We really are the one pitstop shop for your daily F1 fix. EverythingF1: Driven by fans, for the fans. Oh, did you listen to our Mario Andretti or Mark Blundell Interviews yet? Here's a couple of links to keep you occupied... https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/jy2FS3Wghwb https://open.spotify.com/episode/1zlMSsEOQbVJdxkVQmPnK8?si=_1VSNvrAQO2NnpLxpEhPXA
NJ and Greg get back at it this week with a lightening round that includes: The Jets missing the playoffs, Gonzaga got away, NFL playoffs are starting, Mario Andretti and Cadillac want to put an all-USA team in Formula 1, and the daughter of the richest man in the world takes over Christian Dior Couture and the stock jumps up! Formula 1, also known as F1 or Formula One, is the highest class of single-seater auto racing sanctioned by the FIA. This high-speed, high-adrenaline sport features the latest in cutting-edge technology and engineering, with teams competing in sleek, powerful race cars on some of the most famous tracks in the world. Drivers like Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen battle for the title of F1 World Champion, while teams like Mercedes and Red Bull Racing vie for the Constructors' Championship.Cadillac is an American luxury vehicle brand owned by General Motors. Known for its sleek and sophisticated designs, advanced technology, and powerful engines, Cadillac has a long history of innovation and excellence. From the iconic Eldorado and DeVille models of the past, to the modern XT4 and Escalade SUVs, Cadillac continues to push the boundaries of luxury and performance.The NFL, or National Football League, is the premier professional American football league in the United States. With 32 teams divided into two conferences, the NFL hosts a 17-week regular season, followed by a playoff tournament that culminates in the Super Bowl, the biggest annual event in American sports. The league features some of the most skilled and athletic players in the world, including quarterbacks such as Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes, and defensive stars like Aaron Donald and J.J. Watt.
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Los pilotos son gente muy especial. Y algunos han dicho frases que se han hecho celebres por ser ingeniosas, divertidas, polémicas o, simplemente, inteligentes. Pero para mí son otra cosa: Pura cultura del motor. No te pierdas este vídeo… vas a aprender mucho… Porque lo que cuento en este vídeo lo ha dicho gente que sabe tanto de carreras como Chris Amon, Mario Andretti, Jim Clark, Juan Manuel Fangio, Colin McRae, Jean Ragnotti, Walter Röhrl, Pedro de la Rosa, Carlos Sainz sr y Jr., Ayrton Senna, Jackie Stewart o Gilles Villeneuve. ¡Imposible fallar! Hoy vamos a comenzar por los pilotos de rallye. Walter Röhrl “El secreto está en frenar un segundo después de lo que indica el sentido común y acelerar un segundo antes de lo que impera la lógica”. Jean Ragnotti “Sólo freno cuando veo imposible pasar a fondo” . Carlos Sainz Sr. “Los pedales están para pisarlos a fondo. Si quitas el pie del acelerador es para apurar una frenada y si sueltas el pie del freno es para volver a dar gas al máximo” . Colin McRae “Estoy en la meta, si hubiera ido a tope todo el rato no estaría aquí”. Y ahora vamos a la F1. Pedro de la Rosa. “He trabajado muy duro, muy muy duro para llegar hasta aquí ¿Sacrificios? Ninguno. Fue duro, pero no sacrificado, sacrificio es hacer algo que tú no quieres hacer” . Jim Clark “Cuando quiero ir más rápido no corro más, me concentro más”. Andretti-Villenueve Eso lo explicaba muy bien Mario Andretti en un frase a menudo atribuida a Gilles Villeneuve. “Si todo parece bajo control, es que no vas suficientemente rápido”. Gilles Villenueve “¿Cómo podemos conocer los limites si no tratamos de sobrepasarlos?” Juan Manuel Fangio “Para llegar primero, primero hay que llegar”. “Las carreras no se ganan en la primera curva. Muchas veces se pierden” “Muchos creen que saber pilotar es saber volantear. Saber pilotar es mucho más: es saber frenar. Frenar es todo un arte”. Chris Amon “La mala suerte no existe. Es algo que nos creemos, una escapatoria. En realidad llamamos infortunio a la conjunción negativa de hechos que no hemos sido capaces de prever”. Jackie Stewart “Las cosas te pueden salir bien o no, puedes ir rápido o no, pero el que diga que ama Nurburgring, o miente o es que nunca ha ido lo suficientemente rápido” . Carlos Sainz “Stop inventing”. Conclusión Como veis, los pilotos son gente muy especial, pero inteligente y hasta divertida… y bastante loco. Este es el típico video que, con vuestra ayuda, puede tener una segunda parte, ¿nos mandáis frases de pilotos? Coche del día En el video de deportivos americanos míticos, otro video del que hay que hacer segunda parte, hable del Plymouth Road Runner, pero no de la versión de competición, con morro afinado y protuberante alerón… Este Plymouth Road Runner Superbird 440 es un coche que me apasiona. Un coche grande, de 5,6 metros morro incluido, pesado con 1,7 toneladas pero que gracias a su motor V8 de 7,2 litros y 390 CV aceleraba y corría como una bestia.
PIT PASS INDY– SEASON 3, EPISODE 2 – Michael and Mario Andretti Discuss Andretti Global's and Cadillac's Ambitious Formula One Plans January 10, 2022 Pit Pass Indy Host Bruce Martin takes a deep dive into the auto racing story of the year so far in 2023 on this episode of Pit Pass Indy. It's Andretti Global's efforts to gain entry to the Formula One World Championship with an All-American team that includes General Motors and its Cadillac brand. Despite the backing of one of the world's largest automakers, Formula One team owners continue to push back against Andretti Global's bid. Show host Bruce Martin has exclusive interviews with Andretti Global CEO Michael Andretti and his father, racing legend Mario Andretti, in this special edition of Pit Pass Indy. For more INDYCAR coverage, follow Bruce Martin at Twitter at @BruceMartin_500 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It was a Thing on TV: An Anthology on Forgotten Television
We have brought you shows on Hulk Hogan commercials, Ric Flair commercials, and three separate installments of Hometown Commercials. Our early Christmas present to you is a look at ads for something everybody wanted under the tree from 1979 to 1982--the Atari 2600 VCS, and games for the system. Atari 2600 Commercial (December, 1977) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YJNbhekKShI Atari VCS Commercial with Pete Rose, Pele and Don Knotts - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hs34_7_kC64 Atari VCS Commercial with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Carol Channing - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lexverCcFFk 1978 Atari Commercial with Billie Jean King, Bobby Riggs and Jack Palance - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ary-G-GYO60 Space Invaders (1980) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ct_I2C_9Kf8 Kaboom - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FkNztWEVxD4 Activision Ice Hockey with Phil Hartman - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=celKZ-vwsCc RealSports Baseball with Billy Martin - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0SI7zqsVoas Atari Test Facility commercial with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Mario Andretti and Pele - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a0cSWi1V_wI Laser Blast (1981) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2SWzv 9Ses2U Atari Toys R Us Asteroids Commercial - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fFciGLGHiY4 Sears 1981 Christmas Commercial - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rqBlPdz0G-M Atari we don't need a babysitter commercial - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=krGlnXY4HaY Atari UK Commercial - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jMLhvlAxsPw Beany Bopper (1982) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8OK5COuF6xg Spider-Man (1982) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-usbQDfTIqE Pac-Man Commercial with Mr. Hooper!!! - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hxsUCRSoUrE Solar Fox with Jane Krakowski - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CgUTq5pL3gE Pole Position - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhRIneQFmHA Ms. Pac-Man with Don Pardo voiceover - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JKM5-k8uD7Q Ms. Pac-Man Australian Commercial - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gp1CKap2v28 Donkey Kong (1982) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzFCXfjuNjI Donkey Kong Jr. (1983) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LNTpXX43QxY Dig Dug (1983) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7VFjbPlq_nw Pitfall! with Jack Black - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wfLgSdAAHMA Moon Patrol - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R1fp8g3yimU Sega Star Trek with Ernie Anderson voiceover - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=28r4iGf7M98 Atari Sesame Street Commercial - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rnQrQE4Y6Ow Atari Christmas 1983 Commercial - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5z2nyvfJDwk 1984 Atari 2600 Commercial - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1ZLov8Xne0 Urban General Atari 2600 Commercial (1984) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLryP7IrM1A 1986 Atari 2600 Commercial (The Fun is Back) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xp1CbPpaWKw
Mario Andretti is considered to be one of the most successful racers in history. His roots and early life in a refugee camp likely contributed to his strength and determination. Today, the Andretti brand extends well beyond racing. Mario has a winery, a petroleum business, and a growing global motorsports presence. His intense drive to be victorious in life and on the racetrack demonstrate how resilience and determination are key to keeping his motor fine-tuned and his brand vibrant.
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Join Tiller, Coops and Sean as they chat to a motorsport legend. With a career spanning over 56 years, Mario Andretti is one of only 2 drivers that have won races in Formula 1, IndyCar, World Sportscar Championship and NASCAR. Mario tells us about his career, through racing everything from stock cars, NASCAR to open wheel racing in IndyCar and Formula 1. We talk about his son Michael Andretti and the teams potential to join Formula 1 in the future. He has driven and competed in so many disciplines, against some of the greatest drivers in the history of motorsport. A great guest and a perfect end to a superb season of the EverythingF1 podcast. As always please remember to follow us on all or social networks Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and TikTok on the handle @joinEF1 Check out our website https://www.everythingf1.com which is updated daily with news from around the F1, F2, F3, W Series and FE Paddocks. Don't forget to hit the subscribe button on the podcast to get all of our latest episodes as soon as they drop! EverythingF1: Driven by fans for the fans!
John Gamauf, president, Consumer Replacement Tires – Retired, Bridgestone-Firestone North America, is a 50-year veteran of the tire industry. Starting out with Firestone as a tire buster in the late 60s, he rose through the company's ranks working in different sales positions for Bridgestone brands until he became president of consumer replacement tires for Bridgestone/Firestone North America consumer tire company in 2003. During his tenure with Bridgestone-Firestone, he was responsible for creating Bridgestone's Affiliated Dealer Program and helped navigate the company through one of the largest tire recalls in history. Tire dealers know him as “Johnny g” and he is one of the most dynamic, influential and respected individuals in the tire industry.In this latest episode of AMN Drivetime, Babcox CEO Bill Babcox sits down with Johnny g for a wide-ranging conversation that covers everything from navigating turbulent career moments to the one piece of advice he would give his younger self. For Gamauf, the greatest lesson he's learned during his long and varied career is a personal one, he says. “It's my gut feeling that goes back to everything that's all about business and it's relationships. You know, it doesn't matter about whether you're having relationships at home with your wife and your marriage, with your kids, your family, or with your business associates. The core foundation of doing business is relationships,” he shared.During the podcast, Bill and Johnny g also talk about: 01:44 Career highlights from his 50-year career with Bridgestone-Firestone05:21 What tire shops were like in the 60s.06:58 Some of the most fascinating “industry firsts” he witnessed during his career10:13 The inside scoop on the Johnny g & Friends podcast12:15 The people you meet in a 5-decade career in the tire business (ever heard of Mario Andretti?)18:11 How Johnny played a role in the Super Bowl halftime show25:55 The ever-popular Lightning Round!AMN Drivetime is sponsored by Litens.
Tonight on Trackside, Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin check in from all over the country. Curt and producer Josh are in Indianapolis while Kevin is in sunny Florida at Sebring Raceway. Then, Kevin and Curt discuss the upcoming docuseries leading up to the Indianapolis 500 in partnership with the CW and VICE Media. We discuss the six-part series called “100 Days to Indy” and what kind of audience and reach the series is trying to have. Which drivers should the series focus on? The conversation goes deep into the potential content, could it push controversy and how it will impact teams. Then, Kevin and Curt discuss the marketing budget and strategy of IndyCar and the series being more aggressive in its approach moving forward. That leads to a conversation about the reports that a group of drivers sent letters to the highest ranking management at IndyCar in a push for more marketing. To round out the first hour, Kevin and Curt answer Twitter questions and get into news and notes of the day. In the second hour, the legendary broadcaster Paul Page joins the show to discuss his book, Hello, I'm Paul Page: It's Race Day in Indianapolis. Curt and the 27-year Indy 500 broadcaster discuss the project of the book and how he constructed it. Page talks about the stories he tells in the book and which ones he got to tell at length for the first time publicly. The broadcast booth at IMS used to be situated in a manner that Page couldn't see the finish line and he tells the story of calling one of Al Unser Jr's wins in the early 1990s. The longtime broadcaster tells more stories about how complex broadcasting is at a place as big as IMS and some of the work he's the proudest of. Then, Page details why he wanted Mario Andretti to write the foreword in his book. It's a brilliant 30 minutes with a great storyteller. To round out the show, Kevin and Curt discuss the return of Thursday Night Thunder in SRX, other driver news and what we missed during the show.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Road to Redline : The Porsche and Car Podcast
Andy & Lee are joined by TV presenter & former racer Justin Bell. Justin shares many stories from a diverse career, which took him from behind a wheel to in front of a camera, culminating in the release of his new podcast series ‘Life with Legends'.Justin's contacts book has given rise to an envious line-up of guests from across the automotive sphere, including his father Derek Bell, Brian Redman, and Mario Andretti. Elsewhere in this fascinating chat, Justin also discusses his podium place at Le Mans with his father and Andy Wallace in a Mclaren F1 GTR.You can find Justin on instagram @justinbelltv and @life.withlegends. The website for Life with Legends is www.lifewithlegends.com#spreadthelove9wrAndy's YouTube pick for this week is from the @thehoonigans with their new Gymkhana film. It's a feast for the eyes and ears.Lee would like to recommend a non automotive podcast The @highperformance podcast with @jakehumphrey & Prof. Damian Hughes @liquidthinker. He thanks Jake and Damian for their guidance towards a high happiness.'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, 993 owner and engineer Andy Brookes @993andy and obsessive Porsche enthusiast & magazine junkie Max Newman @maxripcor, 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 using Patreon you can do so by hitting the link below, your support would be greatly appreciated.Support the show
Over the Wall with Rob LoCascio
Despite facing immense challenges, Mario Andretti has become one of the most successful drivers in racing history. In this episode, we discover how his lifelong experience in this dangerous and exhilarating competitive sport started and what it took for him to succeed. From a young age, Mario and his twin brother Aldo dreamed of becoming racecar drivers. Despite the multitude of adversities, Mario became a world-class competitive driver who is now a family man and philanthropist aiming to teach the next generations about discipline and the value of resilience. Tune into the episode to learn the story behind Mario's success and how he became a legend! Key Highlights: [01:30 - 05:35] Formula One Legend, Mario Andretti, shares his life advice and why determination and decision were key to his success in a highly challenging field. [05:50 - 07:50] Mario Andretti tells the story of how he became a race car driver and the role that faith and family support played in allowing him to overcome struggles. [15:45 - 20:30] A disciplined mind keeps a race car driver alive, and a positive thought keeps him motivated and focused. Family is also a key factor in success. [23:48 - 25:20] F1 looks like an individual effort, but it's all about teamwork, which is required to keep a complex machine running. [26:10 - 27:15] Which is more important for racing competitions, the car or the driver? [32:28 - 34:30] You can never take things for granted as a race car driver, because any race could be your last. [34:40 - 35:45] There can't be one individual victory that defines you because each victory has something special, and they all build up into a career. [40:09 - 45:10] Inspiration to succeed doesn't come just from individual ambition but from your family's support and the drive to help others. Tweetable Quotes: “Nothing that's worthwhile to pursue in life will be a bed of roses. There'll always be challenges. If you waste your time dwelling on your mistakes or blaming others, you'll end up losing yourself.” -Mario Andretti “One of the keys to my success was learning that it is bigger than just me. There is a whole team behind. These are people who have families and dreams. To win meant to show them that their work was worth it.” -Mario Andretti “The car and the driver are inherently intertwined. A car cannot make up for what the driver lacks, and vice versa, no matter how good either one of them is.” -Mario Andretti “One of the key aspects for you to succeed as a driver is to always include your team. Make them proud to be there and make them feel like they're an important part of why you're there.” -Mario Andretti Don't forget to visit Mario Andretti's website to learn more about him and his career: https://www.marioandretti.com/career-highlights Enjoying the podcast? For more content, find me all over social: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/roblocascio Twitter: https://twitter.com/RobLoCascio LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rlocascio
For most it's unimaginable the heartbreak Joe Gibbs has to endure. Besides his faith and family Denny Hamlin offers one more thing Coach has leaned on to make it through. And like the other drivers in Nashville, Christopher Bell was geeking out when Mario Andretti showed up.
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What Got You There with Sean DeLaney
Not many have driven a race car better than Mario Andretti. He won the Indianapolis 500, the Daytona 500, the Formula One World Championship and the Pikes Peak Hillclimb. He won the Indy Car National Championship four times and was a three-time winner at Sebring. He won at virtually every level of motorsports since he arrived in America from his native Italy at age 15. He is a racing icon, considered by many to be the greatest race car driver in the history of the sport. Mario Andretti took the checkered flag 111 times during his career - a career that stretched five decades. And he was competitive all of those years: He was named Driver of the Year in three different decades (the 60s, 70s, 80s), Driver of the Quarter Century (in the 90s) and the Associated Press named him Driver of the Century in January, 2000. I don't have enough time to list all of Andretti's accomplishments but he truly is a legend. His accomplishments don't only take place on the track as he's become a very successful businessman with a winery, a petroleum business and many other ventures. We dive into his incredible career and life and pull out some helpful lessons you can apply to your own life. A few key ideas Mario discusses Your drive must come from within if you're going to become extraordinary at what you do The importance of positive thinking Not having a plan B Confidence is everything You Unleashed is an online personal development course created by Sean DeLaney after spending years working with and interviewing high achievers.The online course that helps you ‘Unleash your potential'! You Unleashed teaches you the MINDSETS, ROUTINES and BEHAVIORS you need to unleash your potential and discover what you're capable of. You know you're capable of more and want to bring out that untapped potential inside of you. We teach you how. Enroll Today for only $99!- Click Here Subscribe to my Momentum Monday Newsletter Connect with us! Whatgotyouthere TikTok YouTube Twitter Instagram
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Many drivers are stereotype-breakers. Yet, few can compare to Mario Andretti. Embark with us on the amazing journey of this motorsport star, who took an unbelievable journey from being a refugee to becoming a Formula 1 Champion. In this episode, Ganna Pogrebna and Patrick Henz discuss the life and career of one of Formula 1's most iconic and worshipped drivers, Mario Andretti.
This week's absolute WHALE of an episode features your host, Kevin Krauss as the emcee for the McLaren group at the Velocity Historic event at Laguna Seca interviewing Mario Andretti, Pato O'Ward, Tanner Foust, Mika Hakkinen, and McLaren CEO, Zak Brown. Kevin & John also breakdown the USGP and have some BREAKING NEWS! You don't want to miss this one!
Howard and Alex gather around the mic to discuss the career of racing legend Mario Andretti (guest of honor at the recent Velocity Invitational at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca), the price of slicks, and Luftgekühlt 8. Auction talk turns to the recent JDM Collection sale, up-and-down market trends, exceptional results like this Hemi-powered 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T, and excitement around live auctions including the Oktmotorfest Collection and our third Ferrari F40.
#451 HyFuel, Red Bull & the USGP. Sarah explores green fuels in Spain. We mark the passing of Dietrich Mateschitz and review the events of the US Grand Prix. Plus the On Speed News Blip names the successor to the Ford Fiesta.
Join Brian and Patrick on the Hard Compound, an American take on Formula 1. Show highlights: George Russell lets his frustration get the best of him, and takes Carlos Sainz out of the race. Is a five second penalty enough for getting rid of a rival? HAM VET VER we had an almost-podium with 13 WDCs! How in the world does Alonso do what Alonso does? Europeans need to learn the massive outsized impact Mario Andretti has had on racing. We continue to push for an F1 Seniors Tour. What say you, Daniel Riccardo? Gunther's shtick is wearing thing. Haas is now no better than Williams. Who will write the business case study on all Red Bull has accomplished in Formula 1? That and much more, including our crazy predictions for the upcoming Mexico Grand Prix. Thank you for listening to everybody's most beloved father and son F1 podcast!Thank you for listening to everybody's most beloved father and son F1 podcast!
(00:00 - 26:43) - The Indiana Pacers home opener was last night. Kevin and Query open by talking about what good they saw in the Pacers loss to the Washington Wizards. Tyrese Haliburton and Bennedict Mathurin had stand out performances. Turner got injured during warm ups as he tripped over a ball boy. A brief aside to talk basketball involving colleges. IU and Purdue basketball season expectations. Then back to Pacers, can Isiah Jackson be a starting NBA center? Pacers attendance was lacking. Is there another level to Tyrese Haliburton's play? (26:44 - 32:00) - Morning Checkdown (32:01 - 43:05) - Colts Injury report is looking pretty good going into this week's game against the Titans. Kevin revisits the question from yesterday's show on if a Colts offensive line has a lower ceiling or a higher floor without Shaquille Leonard. How much pressure do Chris Ballard or Frank Reich feel knowing that the other team is coached the way Jim Irsay wants his team to be coached. (43:06 - 1:11:26) - After the Pacers loss to the Wizards last night, Bennedict Mathurin wanted no part in shaking the other teams hands and went right to the locker room. A lot of focus on the great things that the Pacers did last night. The performance from Haliburton and Mathurin was exceptional. Mathurin scoring 19 points in his first NBA game. Callers start to trickle in and give their opinions on the Pacers loss. Greg Doyle of the IndyStar delivers a surprise call in to the show. He gives a description of this 2022-2023 Pacers season opener. Doyle expresses a hopeful future for the Pacers after watching the young talent this season. He does mention though that fans are going to have to love to laugh or else this is going to be a long year. (1:11:27 - 1:29:11) - Scott Agnes of The Fieldhouse Files joins the program. Scott shares in manys excitement about this young team. Why is Daniel Theis on this team? What is his role? The Pacers introduced this weird "crowd hype" event to start the game where Mario Andretti pretended to rev an IndyCar engine in order to get the crowd excited. This pairs with their slogan this season, "Revved Up." (1:29:12 - 1:34:42) - The guys close out the hour with a handful of calls about the Pacers. One caller really enjoyed Mathurin's standout performance, scoring his very first shot in the NBA mere seconds after stepping on the court. One caller went to their first game since the pandemic and loved the renovations done to the fieldhouse. (1:34:43 - 1:59:00) - The Athletic's Zak Keefer calls into the program and shifts the conversation to the Colts matchup against the Titans on Sunday. Keefer notes the Titans are on fire right now having won four in a row. Kevin asks about the defensive lineup and questions still outstanding after six weeks. Isiah Rodgers vs. Brandon Facyson and who deserves to be getting the start next week. Keefer stresses that this team needs to start creating more turnovers, they can't just continue to rely on keeping up with their opponents scoring. Did Jim Irsay put an unneccessary spotlight on the Colts vs. Commanders game due to his comments about Dan Snyder. (1:59:01 - 2:08:03) - Pop Quiz (2:08:04 - 2:19:20) - The fellas close out the show talking to Marion University head-coach Mark Henninger. The Knights coach talks about their winning season so far and upcoming game against Concordia this weekend. The Knights are currently ranked 10th in their league. Coach Henninger feels confident about their ability to finish out the season with some strong wins. Kevin asks if the college game has evolved over the years in terms of game tempo and no-huddle offense. Query digs into Henninger's play calling philosophy and how it evolves over the course of a game. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
(1:11:27 - 1:29:11) - Scott Agnes of The Fieldhouse Files joins the program. Scott shares in manys excitement about this young team. Why is Daniel Theis on this team? What is his role? The Pacers introduced this weird "crowd hype" event to start the game where Mario Andretti pretended to rev an IndyCar engine in order to get the crowd excited. This pairs with their slogan this season, "Revved Up." (1:34:43 - 1:59:00) - The Athletic's Zak Keefer calls into the program and shifts the conversation to the Colts matchup against the Titans on Sunday. Keefer notes the Titans are on fire right now having won four in a row. Kevin asks about the defensive lineup and questions still outstanding after six weeks. Isiah Rodgers vs. Brandon Facyson and who deserves to be getting the start next week. Keefer stresses that this team needs to start creating more turnovers, they can't just continue to rely on keeping up with their opponents scoring. Did Jim Irsay put an unneccessary spotlight on the Colts vs. Commanders game due to his comments about Dan Snyder. (2:08:04 - 2:19:20) - The fellas close out the show talking to Marion University head-coach Mark Henninger. The Knights coach talks about their winning season so far and upcoming game against Concordia this weekend. The Knights are currently ranked 10th in their league. Coach Henninger feels confident about their ability to finish out the season with some strong wins. Kevin asks if the college game has evolved over the years in terms of game tempo and no-huddle offense. Query digs into Henninger's play calling philosophy and how it evolves over the course of a game. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
PIT PASS INDY– SEASON 2, EPISODE 42 – IndyCar great Mario Andretti explains what Formula One means to him October 19, 2022 At 82, Mario Andretti is certainly not slowing down. The only driver to win the Indianapolis 500, Daytona 500 and Formula One World Championship in their career drove a modern-day McLaren MP4-28 Formula One car at WeatherTech Racing at Laguna Seca in Monterey, California last weekend. Andretti will also drive the same car from 2013 before this weekend's United States Grand Prix at Circuit of the Americas (COTA) in Austin, Texas. The final turn at that race course has been renamed “The Andretti” in his honor. Pit Pass Indy Host Bruce Martin has an exclusive interview with the 1978 Formula One World Champion, the 1969 Indianapolis 500 winner and 1967 Daytona 500 winner on this edition of Pit Pass Indy. For more INDYCAR coverage, follow Bruce Martin at Twitter at @BruceMartin_500 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Things are getting pumpkin spicy this fall in Formula 1. We talk Zak Brown's Red Bull sass, Mario Andretti's senior drive, Halloween costumes and more!SHOW NOTES:Link to our INSTAGRAMLink to our TIKTOKLink to Forecast F1*For audio editing/production help with your podcast, email us at StatesideF1@gmail.com
Técnica Fórmula 1 · Podcast de F1
Después de una semana de descanso, el mundo del motor vuelve y bien cargado. La Fórmula 1 aterriza en Austin, en el magnífico circuito de las Américas, que gusta mucho, tanto a pilotos como a aficionados. Los chicos del Podcast Técnica Fórmula 1 van a prepararnos, en este primer episodio de la semana, para un fin de semana de motor en un país donde la competición se vive intensamente y donde el espectáculo está asegurado. Qué nos puede ofrecer el COTA. El Circuito de las Américas (COTA), en Austin, podría darnos, como suele ocurrir, una carrera maravillosa, siempre que no se cruce alguna decisión horrible de la FIA por medio. Pero habrá que ver cómo se pueden seguir estos nuevos coches en una pista donde las curvas de alta velocidad cobran mucho más protagonismo. Además, también habrá que ver si Red Bull remata el Mundial de Constructores - y si Checo Pérez se lleva la segunda plaza del Mundial, ahora que está tan cerca de casa y por delante de Leclerc en la tabla. Pero puede ser que en Ferrari espabilen y nos den un poco de lucha y espectáculo de verdad. Pero antes, Silly Season. Como no podía ser de otra forma, en este primer episodio de la semana, y antes de entrar a preparar la carrera en Texas, los chicos del Podcast Técnica Fórmula 1 nos contarán lo que opinan sobre los fichajes de De Vries, por Alpha Tauri, de Gasly, por Alpine y de Piastri, por McLaren. Y también, por supuesto, de la salida de Ricciardo de la F1. Los datos principales del COTA. Pirelli, proveedor de neumáticos de la F1, ha nominado para esta carrera en Austin los tres compuestos centrales de la gama. Además, nos cuentan que, debido a la irregularidad de la superficie de la pista, podría ser necesario elevar el coche, lo que influiría sobre el rendimiento aerodinámico. El año pasado la carrera se ganó con una estrategia a dos paradas, pero este año contamos con una gama de neumáticos totalmente nueva, además de que los nuevos coches y unas condiciones meteorológicas que han sido extremadamente variables en el pasado. Todo ello podría influir decisivamente en la estrategia final y ganadora y los equipos tendrán que estar preparados para todo. Al igual que en Japón, la segunda sesión de libres ha sido aumentada a 90 minutos, para probar los prototipos de neumáticos slick de 2023. Eso quiere decir que programa de trabajo lo establece, en este caso, Pirelli. Estos compuestos, como decimos, sólo son prototipos, y los equipos podrán probar las versiones definitivas en los tests tras acabar la temporada, en Abu Dhabi. Mario Ísola, responsable de Pirelli, nos cuenta que el COTA es un trazado bastante equilibrado en lo que se refiere a las exigencias a los coches y a los neumáticos en términos de tracción, frenada y cargas laterales. Además, nos cuenta que es una pista fluida que los pilotos adoran. Más curiosidades sobre el Circuito de las Américas. El circuito fue diseñado por Herman Tilke y fue inaugurada en 2012 por Mario Andretti. Las curvas 3 a 6 están inspiradas en las de Maggotts/Becketts de Silverstone o las S de Suzuka. Y las que van de la 12 a la 15, imitan la sección del estadio en Hockenheim. Lo más espectacular es la amplísima curva 1, que ha dado algunos muy buenos adelantamientos en la corta vida de esta pista. Sin embargo, si hablamos de frenos, no es una pista que destaque por su dificultad, siendo calificada por los técnicos de Brembo como una pista con nivel de dificultad medio para los frenos. Igual que su pista hermana, la de Miami. El sistema de frenada es usado en 12 ocasiones durante una vuelta, siendo 4 de esas frenadas clasificadas como muy exigentes para los frenos, 3 como de dificultad media y las 5 restantes como ligeras. En cualquier caso, la más exigente de todas es la curva 1, donde los pilotos sufren una desaceleración de 4,7 Gs. Cuándo podremos ver el Gran Premio de Estados Unidos este fin de semana. Al haber saltado el charco, los horarios de este (y los próximos) Gran Premio difieren bastante de los habituales en Europa. Si hablamos de horario de Madrid, el viernes tendremos los libres 1 entre las 21:00 y las 22:00h y los libres 2 ente las 00:00 y la 1:30h (del sábado). El sábado tendremos los libres 3 entre las 21:00 y las 22:00h y la Clasificación dará comienzo a las 00:00h (del domingo). La carrera se disputará a partir de las 21:00h del domingo. Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals
Join Grace and me as we discuss Mario Andretti, or THE Andretti, McLaren, how Formula 1 makes money, how teams make money, the cost cap certification drama, the leaked information about the cost cap as well as our Albon's Cats section with Todd' "No $#*&" headlines. Support us here: https://www.patreon.com/theparcferme
Unfortunately, there was no race this week. So John and Cory discuss Zak Brown's open letter to the FIA regarding Red Bull Racing violating the cost cap. They also discuss Mario Andretti's adventure around Leguna Seca in a modern F1 car! https://the-race.com/formula-1/somethings-up-this-isnt-normal-ricciardo-interview/
Mario Andretti at the age of 82 recently hopped into a McLaren via McLaren CEO Zak Brown. This may make him the oldest former F1 driver to drive a F1 car, yet he is not the oldest driver to ever have driven in F1. Find out who is on this episode of Daily Racing Stories Twitter: @_thedrszone Instagram: @_thedrszone Website: https://www.podpage.com/dailyracingstories/
No Vacancy with Glenn Haussman
From the vault! This is a classic episode so the folks involved (not BF!) have moved on. Hear the history of Las Vegas through the prism of its oldest steakhouse, the Golden Steer, which opened in 1958. Owner Michael Signorelli tells a great tale about how this became a famous haunt for entertainers, the mafia and high rollers. The Golden Steer Steakhouse is also known for its famous and infamous customers such as: Tony "The Ant" Spilatro, Natalie Wood, Al Hirt, Nat "King" Cole, Joe DiMaggio, Elvis Presley and Mario Andretti just to name a few. Here's a few more: Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr. who found refuge here away from racism on The Strip. The story is told by owner Dr. Michael Signorelli as well as Kevin Ball, Corporate Vice President - Strategic Sourcing at American Casino & Entertainment Properties (Stratosphere and more). Plus, a special appearance by Bruce Ford, SVP Business Development with Lodging Econometrics. Eat at The Golden Steer! http://www.goldensteerlasvegas.com/introduction.html Subscribe on iTunes: No Vacancy with Glenn Haussman Subscribe on Android: https://play.google.com/music/listen#/ps/Ifu34iwhrh7fishlnhiuyv7xlsm
In The Pits: Weekly Nascar and Indy Racing Recaps, Car Racing Expertise, and New England Racing
Join John Williams, Scott Tapley, Mike Lebel and special guest Mario Andretti for this weeks Motorsports News Update from In The Pits!
Do you feel like you're juggling priorities? Spinning more plates than ever before? Feeling guilty, like you can't give your usual 100%? In this mini-episode, Nicole has a reminder, and a Mario Andretti quote, to encourage you — you're doing great! Listen in as she shares a message reserved for the busiest of busy people — you! Get Weekly Tools to Build Your Business (for free!): The Entrepreneur's Toolkit Follow Nicole: @Nicole_Schmied Have an Idea for a Show or a Guest: email email@example.com Have a story to tell? Signup here: www.serialentrepreneurshow.com
Less than 24 hours after sealing his second IndyCar Series title, Will Power sat down with The Race IndyCar Podcast to discuss his phenomenal 2022 in an exclusive interview. Co-hosts Jack Benyon and JR Hildebrand delve into a multitude of topics with a relaxed and talkative Power, including on his new mental approach for 2022 which he is keen to guard, but did open up on details of what makes it work. He discusses where his 2022 title ranks compared to his earlier successes, and how he might have won many more championships in a series like F1 for example that weights qualifying more heavily in terms of results, off the back of breaking Mario Andretti's all time pole record last weekend. His desire to give his new crew chief and many of the crew who have been on his car for over 10 years a title having missed out on opportunities before also clearly means a lot to Power, which he discusses here. Following the interview with Power, JR Hildebrand opens up on his own journey to alter his mental approach and explains how tough that is, especially for someone like Power who has already performed at an elite level throughout his career. Follow The Race on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook Check out our latest videos on YouTube Download our brand-new app on iOS or Android
“The Kilcoyne Conversation” with Mario Andretti on racing dirt tracks, working with Paul Newman, being “Mario Andretti”, and Indy Car race this weekend at World Wide Technology Raceway.
“The Kilcoyne Conversation” with Mario Andretti on racing dirt tracks, working with Paul Newman, being “Mario Andretti”, and Indy Car race this weekend at World Wide Technology Raceway.
The OTP: Official Titans Podcast
The Titans Radio gang has a preview of Thursday's matchup with Baltimore. And what is Mike Keith doing with racing legend Mario Andretti? It's on The OTP, presented by Farm Bureau Health Plans.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Joe Castello and Gio in Miami discuss Kevin Harvick winning the FireKeepers Casino 400 at Michigan to snap a 65-race winless streak and get his 59th career win. Scott Dixon wins at Nashville, 53rd win passes Mario Andretti. Troy's "BIG Money Minute", WFO Fantasy League Results and Standings, SportsCollision, Patreons talk drag racing issues.
Tonight on Trackside, Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin look back on last weekend's Toronto race, won by Scott Dixon. They discuss the Ice Man's legendary career and longevity, after he tied Mario Andretti for second-most IndyCar wins and captured a victory for the 18th straight season. Kevin and Curt talk about the championship race, and if Dixon can win his seventh title. They talk about what to expect for Iowa, including how Chip Ganassi Racing struggled at an earlier test. They continue to talk about the ongoing Alex Palou saga, where (if anywhere) he might be driving next season, and what Felix Rosenqvist's future holds with McLaren. Kevin and Curt pay tribute to former USAC star Bobby East, who was killed last week in California. Our News of the Day, brought to you by the Indianapolis Speedrome and Circle City Raceway is the upcoming doubleheader at Iowa Speedway and the promotion that Hy-Vee put into the event. Later, they talk about the “Hate Cauldron” from the Toronto TV broadcast, and how Alexander Rossi found himself at the center of controversy once again. To wrap up, they take listener questions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Matt speaks to motorsport royalty Mario Andretti, winner of the F1 World Championship, IndyCar championship, the Indy 500, the Daytona 500, Pikes Peak AND MORE! He speaks about Andretti's bid to enter Formula One, his incredible career and what he thinks of F1 today.
What is the Magnus Effect? On this episode, Neil deGrasse Tyson and co-hosts Chuck Nice and Gary O'Reilly explore physics through spin, banking, and angular momentum. Why are race tracks banked? NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free here: https://startalkmedia.com/show/things-you-thought-you-knew-the-fast-and-the-friction/Photo Credit: Brandon Zeman, CC BY-SA 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons
There's probably thirty people on Earth who have never heard the name Mario Andretti. And that's because Mario Andretti is racing royalty. Today on Past Gas-the story of "Driver of the Century" Mario Andretti. How would Andretti's childhood living in a WWII refugee camp spark his racing career? What impact did Andretti have on the future of race cars? What led to the Andretti family's racing dynasty? And is the Andretti Curse REAL?! 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 https://policygenius.com/GAS to get your free home & auto insurance quotes and see how much you could save. Visit onepeloton.com to learn more. Our listeners get 10% off their first month at betterhelp.com/pastgas. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
As a young racer growing up in America in the 60s, Bobby Rahal idolised people like Phil Hill, Dan Gurney and Mario Andretti - drivers who had made it across the Atlantic to drive in Formula 1. He dreamt of doing the same; of travelling to Europe to race at the circuits he'd read about in magazines and going wheel to wheel with his racing heroes. After making a name for himself on US road circuits and putting in some stand-out performances in Formula 3, that F1 opportunity came in 1978 when Walter Wolf offered Bobby a seat alongside Jody Scheckter at the US and Canadian Grand Prix. They were the last two races of the season and, sadly, they would be the first and last races that Bobby would contest in Formula 1. Although his time at the top was brief, Bobby's legacy lives on as one of a handful of American drivers to have made it to F1. In this episode, Bobby addresses the need for more US drivers on the grid and he winds back the decades to reveal the passions that fuelled his love of European motorsport, his journey to F1 and what really happened at those two races back in 1978. This episode is sponsored by: Harry's: Head to harrys.com/grid to have your free Trial set delivered and start a Shave Plan. And your free face wash will be added at checkout! All you cover is £3.95 for delivery Credit Karma: visit creditkarma.com/loanoffers to see personalized offers BetterHelp: get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/grid