In this episode, Joel outlines 5 ways that you can help your racer with their physical preparation. And since racers listen to this podcast too, a racer will be able to take these tips to help educate the people on their team on how to help support them!Support the show (http://www.jytraining.com/motocross-racers-page.html)
We speak with C.J. Rayburn about his racing career and building dirt late model chassis. Dirt truck driver Tony Burns will check in with details about the Dirt Invades Asphalt event featuring Fremont Speedway dirt trucks and Oakshade Raceway bombers at Sandusky Speedway on October 23rd. Plus all the latest racing news.
Patrick from www.racercollect.com (launching officially October 19th) joins us to talk about Racer Collect, what the website will be, how it got started, and some interesting tidbits about collecting racing memorabilia and being a fan. We can't wait to spend hours and dollars on the website both on memorabilia and art! Thanks Patrick for joining us! Please subscribe, rate, review, and share this podcast with your friends, family, enemies, and perfect strangers. Past episodes, show notes, and blog entries can be found on our website www.fastcarsfastgirls.com. Thanks for Listening!
Sarah Sturm returns to catch up with Payson about how her life and career have changed since her first time on the show in 2020. She talks about learning to say no to things, why she doesn't like going back to races she's already done, and the imposter syndrome she still feels on the start line no matter how many wins and professional successes she achieves. They discuss how she chooses her race schedule, the hypocrisy of being an adventure advocate on Instagram, and why she's feeling pretty relaxed about getting older. They also talk about their Enneagram personality types, the sensitivity of teenage boys, and conducting social media from the toilet.
Released in 1983 and notable for its lush graphics, humorous driver, and options like a track editor and two player simultaneous play, it's hard to beat Rally Speedway when you want a fast action lap around the track!
Aspiring Winter Olympian Brendan Doyle joins Joe Molloy. He covers everything from the basics of the sport of Skeleton, to his struggles to maintain the highest standards on a shoestring budget, as well as his very difficult journey to deal with his own mental health after an assault at work. If you are affected by any of the topics covered in this discussion or would like to talk to someone, please contact Samaritans on 116 123 or Aware on 1800 80 48 48.
Ever since the invention of the wheel humankind has been able to explore the world like never before. In the modern era cars are so much more than transportation, they're a life style a reflection of ourselves. We Are Not Game Devs proudly presents our 173rd IP, Rogue Racer, a rogue like racing game where you can choose how you race based on upgrades you choose to make your car built for speed or battle. Every run will have you creating your own unique car that you can showcase in your garage afterward. Take on rivals and their way of racing to prove you're the best Rogue Racer. [Recorded 9/28/21]
Luke and Jed catch up on the latest huge bracket race winners. They discuss Derby City $100k results, Jim Harrington Bracket Nationals, and of course a catch up on NHRA points situations. Couple all of the racing with a hilarious #MANSCAPED ad and shoutouts, and you'll be sure to stay entertained.
Jessica Bäckman started at a karting school when she was seven years old, but had to wait for two more years before she was old enough to take her license. In 2006, she made her debut in the North Swedish Championship, and continued to compete in Stockholm as well as in the south of Sweden and internationally. In 2014–2015, she started to drive for the Italian factory team Kosmic, in a series similar to the Formula 1 of Karting. It brought tough and hard races that provided a very good training for the future.– It was overwhelming and new at first, but after a while I felt more at home at the international tracks than the Swedish ones. I spent more time travelling than being at home, Jessica says.In 2017 Jessica, just like her brother Andreas, started with rallycross, a sport which has gained a lot of respect in the world of racing and the media coverage.– It was a great challenge to drive on gravel, with a larger car, an all-new turn technique and significantly shorter races.In 2018, Jessica competed in the Scandinavian Touring Car Championship STCC, as well as the British counterpart TCR UK. There, Jessica can lean safely against her experiences of both karting and rallycross.Jessica entered 2019 with both a new car, a new team and a new championship and she ended up reaching no less than three podium finishes during the season. She also got the chance to represent Sweden in the Olympics of Motorsport, FIA Motorsport Games, where she finished on a well- deserved sixth place.– 2019 was a very good year for me. I never thought I would be able to fight for the top positions against the best drivers in the world already in my second year in racing.In 2020, Jessica will compete with the same team and car brand in the prestigious championship TCR Europe, where she aim for her first win in TCR.– I look forward to the 2020 season. Now I have got the taste of what it takes to reach the top and it feels safe to follow the same pattern as 2019 when it turned out to be successful.In 2021 they have had some challenges but a race in an Audi in Sweden where she placed 2nd has helped keep her confidence up. Thinking of suicide? Please call 1-833-456-4566 toll free (In QC: 1-866-277-3553), 24/7 or visit www.crisisservicescanada.ca.In ND call 211National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or Live Online Chathttps://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/chat/https://letstalk.bell.ca/en/our-initiatives/ David Henry is a long distance trucker with a passion for storytelling. He has pounded the asphalt ribbon across all lower 48 States and most of Canada including the Arctic.He is a freelance writer and can be found on Twitter @crazycanuckdave. On Instagram follow the episodes at @crazycanucktruckin . We are now also on Youtube as Crazy Canuck Truckin Bridgette Readel is a technical agronomist with a flair for using creative ways to explain the hows and whys of farming. Check her out on Twitter @bmreadel Victoria Paulik is a social media expert. Check out her Instagram @redsignsocial or at www.redesignsocial.com
Two to the eighth! 0:07 - The 7th episode of What If...? is the silliest entry so far. And it might just be my favorite! 2:00 - Star Wars: Visions just didn't do it for me 17:24 - Nintendo is by far the best at digital video game presentations 30:25 - Yep, still playing Dark Souls If you missed Saturday's live broadcast of Molehill Mountain, you can watch the video replay on YouTube. Alternatively, you can catch audio versions of the show on iTunes. Molehill Mountain streams live at 7p PST every Saturday night on RandomTower! Credits: Molehill Mountain is hosted by Andrew Eisen. Music in the show includes “Albino” by Brian Boyko. It is in the public domain and free to use. Molehill Mountain logo by Scott Hepting. Chat Transcript: 7:02 PMLynndy Leehello 7:02 PManime momoI only like the first episode lol 7:04 PMCafeFoxhey everyone 7:06 PMCafeFoxIs this like animatrix but for Star Wars? 7:09 PManime momo😡😡😡😡 7:10 PManime momoHello Lynndy Lee and cafe fox! ❤ 7:11 PMLynndy Leehello 7:11 PMCafeFoxhey:3 7:14 PMCafeFoxHave you seen love, death and robots? Some really cool short stories in that. 7:16 PMCafeFoxThe episode of the santa creature was great 7:17 PManime momoI really like the way that new Kirby game looks 7:18 PMCafeFoxYeah Kirby looks fun 7:19 PManime momoWhat do you think lynndy looks pretty neat huh?! 7:20 PManime momoSorry 7:20 PManime momoLol 7:21 PMLynndy Leewould you be surprised that I don't really care for video games? Haha.. I'm just here for Andrew's yammering 7:21 PManime momoForgot to check my spelling lol 7:21 PMLynndy LeeI look pretty neat? *Awwwwww shucks* 7:22 PManime momoYeah I'm getting really bored of video games 7:22 PManime momoI can't really say Andrew 7:23 PManime momoLmao 7:25 PMCafeFoxI was excited when I heard that there was gonna be a chocobo racing game. But it's a cart Racer.. I thought you would actually be racing chocobos ff7 style. 7:27 PManime momo[message retracted] 7:28 PMCafeFoxlol 7:29 PMCafeFoxput Lappy in Smash lol 7:44 PMronin504bad doggo 7:56 PMronin504dudes in armor you say *cough* dark souls 2 *cough* 8:08 PManime momoGolden boy that's a good anime 8:19 PMaddictedtochaosHello all. 8:21 PMaddictedtochaosIf you want to play a good JRPG give Tales of Arise a try. 8:23 PMaddictedtochaosHaven't finished it yet but so far it is my GOTY. 8:23 PMaddictedtochaosWii was the sequel to Symphonia. 8:25 PMaddictedtochaosVesperia was originally on 360, later came to Switch, PS4 and Xbox One. 8:27 PMaddictedtochaosTales of Symphonia dawn of the new world 8:27 PMTrigger WarningPhantasia I think was Snes. 8:30 PMaddictedtochaosJack Black as Bowser could be fun. 8:31 PMTrigger WarningWe care about Chales Martinet actually. LOL 8:33 PMCafeFoxAnd then the smash brothers multi verse crossover movie 8:35 PMTrigger WarningAt the end of the movie Mario should visit another Nintendo IP and tell them about the SMASH initiative. 8:39 PMTrigger WarningTake care!
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Guest: Des Easom | Executive Manager at Killarney International Raceway Angry street racers and drifters caused chaos this weekend by putting up a blockade on The Killarney Motor Racing Complex. Gerrard Cooper joined Mike Wills yesterday to explain why he joined the Killarney protest in order to demand event dates and fight for the rights to race! Many listeners called in to Cape Talk with something to say on the subject. A representative of Killarney, Des Easom, will join Mike Wills to explain the Complex side of the story. Killarney Motor Racing Complex, whose main race track is also known as Killarney International Raceway, is a motor racing complex in Milnerton Rural, Cape Town, South Africa. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Website: https://terriblehappytalks.com/Instagram: @terriblehappytalksLoki Madireddi is a husband, father, passionate chef and food lover! Loki's infectious personality and kind nature won the hearts of Australians when he was a contestant on the very popular TV series MasterChef in 2018! Loki is a past guest on the THT podcast dating all the way back to episode 32 and this time around, Loki discusses his family's transition back to Australia from Bali at the start of the pandemic, his recent diagnosis of Dyslexia, why passion is paramount, and much more. Loki is with me live from his home in Melbourne Australia!ShanLoki supports and advocates for individual entrepreneurs and provides scholarship opportunities via his website:https://www.trusttheloki.com/fellowshipCOMPANIES THAT SUPPORT THIS PODCASTUse the THT code!!!INDOSOLE Code: THT(15% discount shipping is WORLDWIDE and fast).Sandals made from recycled Tyres. Timeless footwear for the conscious consumer.KingPin Skate ShopCode: THT(Get 15% Discount)Best Skateshop in Australia!Best shoe range ever: Vans, Nike, Adidas, Lakai, Fallen, Etnies (and more).Rad clothes (To many to mention)Best skateboard brands: Baker, Girl, Chocolate, FA, Hockey, Antihero, Passport (and way more).Australian owned and operated. Best dudes ever! Get on dat code.KRUSH ORGANICS - CBD oils and topicalsCode: THT(Get a HUGE 40% Discount...shipping is WORLDWIDE and fast).Purveyors of the finest CBD oils and topicals. I think long and hard about who I want to be affiliated with, and I'm stoked to embark on a new affiliation with Krush Organics and advocate for the use of CBD products for supplementary use. Do the research yourself, the health benefits are unquestionable. It's done so much for me, especially during times of stress and anxiety, it's improved the quality of my sleep and sped up my recovery time especially post workouts. And it's all natural.Write a review on Apple Podcasts and give a 5 star rating.Thanks for listening!Big love and respect,ShanSupport the show (https://terriblehappytalks.teemill.com)
Indiana football is set to take on the No. 8 Cincinnati Bearcats Saturday afternoon. Host Patrick Felts is joined by IDS beat reporter L.C. Norton and News Record Sports Editor Owen Racer to preview the matchup.
In this episode, you will learn: Meet Marie-Soleil Blais, adventure cyclist and kick ass bike racer. BUT behind the racer, learn what you need to do to land a contract with a women's race team.
Tim Fokine is a commercial pilot and also involved with the training of pilots, as such it was no surprise that he is involved with the training of drivers and instructors within NASA Great Lakes and a few other groups. Bill first met Tim in HPDE 2 at Mid Ohio and Tim was further motivated to progress quickly, lol. This past week however, like a bad penny, Bill was back and Tim was his mentor in his prep weekend sessions for next month's MSF Level 2 instructor certification weekend. During our discussion with Tim, we go over how being a pilot and a racing driver can be sometimes complementary and at the same time directly opposite in some ways. We also go into the NASA endurance racing series (TREC) as well as the transition from being an HPDE student to becoming a driving instructor. We barely scratched the surface with Tim and hope to have him on again soon. We did have a bit of microphone echo at some points that we could not edit out. Our apologies. You can subscribe to our podcast on the podcast provider of your choice, including the Apple podcast app, Google music, Amazon, and YouTube etc. Also, if you could give our podcast a (5-star?) rating or even better, a podcast review, we would greatly appreciate it and it would help us to grow the passion and sport of high performance driving. For instance, leaving an Apple Podcast rating is very easy. If you go to your podcast library, under shows and click on the podcast you can leave a (5?) star rating and enter your review. A link to the episode is: https://tinyurl.com/TimFokine We hope you enjoy this episode! PS Please don't forget that if you are looking to add an Apex Pro to your driving telemetry system, don't forget to use our discount code for all Apex Pro systems you will receive a free Windshield Suction Cup Mount for the system, a savings of $40. Just enter the code “ghitlikesapex!” when you order. They are a great system and truly invaluable in safely increasing your speed on track and/or autocross etc. The recently released second generation systems and app increases the capability of the system greatly. Best regards, Vicki, Jennifer, Alan, and Bill Hosts of the Garage Heroes In Training Podcast and Garage Heroes In Training racing team drivers Highlights from this episode include: 1) How Tim is introducing his entire family to our sport and how we are going to help coerce his beautiful bride next. 2) We received a message live during the recording from the HPDE student Tim and Bill worked with at the last Mid Ohio event together 3) How learning on a lower power/momentum car can benefit your learning, especially as a relatively new performance driver in HPDE's 4) Some of the benefits of learning in a lower power car on the track. 5) It sounds like we can expect to see Tim and a few friends joining us at endurance races in the coming seasons. 6) Vicki and Tim have a great discussion about the importance of being present, in the moment when driving on track. 7) Our first ever Joey Pollack flight training story. Hopefully we can have Joey on a future podcast. 8) Tim discusses the use of checklists and some of the better ways that they can be used in aviation and racing. Tim describes several great examples of how to use checklists in endurance racing. 9) We discussed the relatively new NASA TREX endurance racing series and may be able to finally start racing next season. There are several differences to the series we have competed in to this point.
We speak with bit expert, Abby Cline, as she gives her best tips for finding the best bit for your horse. RRP Spotlight Rider is Codie Campbell shares her journey on re-training her very unique thoroughbred for the Makeover. Leandra Cooper gifts us another training tip and introduces our Adoptable Horse of the Week, Mo Spicy! Retired Racehorse Radio Guests and Links Episode 63: Hosts: Jamie Jennings of Flyover Farm and Host of Horses in the Morning and Joy Hills of The Foodie Equestrian Title Sponsor: Kentucky Performance Products Media Partners: The Thoroughbred Makeover and New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Guest: Abby Cline Guest: Codie Campbell Guest: Leandra Cooper of New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program Additional Support Provided by: Cashel Products New Vocations Adoptable Horse of the Week: Mo Spicy
We speak with bit expert, Abby Cline, as she gives her best tips for finding the best bit for your horse. RRP Spotlight Rider is Codie Campbell shares her journey on re-training her very unique thoroughbred for the Makeover. Leandra Cooper gifts us another training tip and introduces our Adoptable Horse of the Week, Mo Spicy! Retired Racehorse Radio Guests and Links Episode 63:Hosts: Jamie Jennings of Flyover Farm and Host of Horses in the Morning and Joy Hills of The Foodie EquestrianTitle Sponsor: Kentucky Performance ProductsMedia Partners: The Thoroughbred Makeover and New Vocations Racehorse AdoptionGuest: Abby ClineGuest: Codie CampbellGuest: Leandra Cooper of New Vocations Racehorse Adoption ProgramAdditional Support Provided by: Cashel ProductsNew Vocations Adoptable Horse of the Week: Mo SpicySupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=87421)
Today I'm joined by young professional ski mountaineering "skimo" racer and ultrarunner, Grace Staberg. Grace is 19 and already taking the mountain athletic racing calendar by storm, competing for the USA National Skimo team at the World Cup and World Championship level, and also winning mountain running races. We talk skimo racing 101, nutrition for performance, her struggles with an eating disorder, the perils of social media, and plenty more. Keep up with Grace's adventures over on Instagram @grace.staberg, her website gracestaberg.com, and her new podcast, Alpine Start.
We dig into the big takeaways from our chat with Steven Nyman. Some really interesting lessons he is passing on you will not want to miss. Steven is an alpine ski racer with a long and vibrant career. 19years on the Us Ski team. 4 Olympic teams. 6 world championship teams. 3 World Cup wins . 11 World Cup podiums.A father to Nell and Ayla, Steven is one of the oldest competitors. He Will be 40 years old by the next olympics . Steven shares some things he wishes his younger self knew. And we gig into what he attributes to longevity in such a grueling sport. His is a story of grit, comebacks and never giving up belief in himself.Find Steven on IG @steven_nymanshttps://www.instagram.com/steven_nyman/?utm_medium=copy_linkWinning again in val gardenahttps://youtu.be/zTvF6vfZx6UThe sundance ski racerhttps://youtu.be/PpPuPSn7W0AWhen we talk about a grueling sport! just one of Steven's crasheshttps://www.nbcsports.com/video/steven-nyman-crashes-fis-world-cup-garmisch-eventLet's connect!To get more info and updates on the podcast @iamachampionpodcastIGhttps://instagram.com/iamachampionpodcast?utm_medium=copy_linkTikTokhttps://vm.tiktok.com/ZMd4o13PS/Follow our personal instagram email@example.com://instagram.com/doctor.aprilm?utm_medium=copy_link@ro_glowhttps://www.instagram.com/ro_glow/?utm_medium=copy_linkCheck out our youtube channel for videos and highlights from the episodes @iamachampionhttps://m.youtube.com/channel/UCdQxNDW9CIoosIlmes562jAShow Support:If you enjoy this podcast please Rate, Review, Subscribe and SHARE this outhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/i-am-a-champion/id1574745683Big shout out to our team that makes this show possible!If you are looking to start your own podcast hit up @upstarterpods on instagram! IGhttps://instagram.com/paigealms?utm_medium=copy_link
Steven Nyman is an alpine ski racer with A long and vibrant career. 19years on the Us Ski team. 4 Olympic teams. 6 world championship teams. 3 World Cup wins . 11 World Cup podiums.A father to Nell and Ayla, Steven is one of the oldest competitors. He Will be 40 years old by the next olympics . Steven shares some things he wishes his younger self knew. And we gig into what he attributes to longevity in such a grueling sport. His is a story of grit, comebacks and never giving up belief in himself.Find Steven on IG @steven_nymanshttps://www.instagram.com/steven_nyman/?utm_medium=copy_linkWinning again in val gardenahttps://youtu.be/zTvF6vfZx6UThe sundance ski racerhttps://youtu.be/PpPuPSn7W0AWhen we talk about a grueling sport! just one of Steven's crasheshttps://www.nbcsports.com/video/steven-nyman-crashes-fis-world-cup-garmisch-eventLet's connect!To get more info and updates on the podcast @iamachampionpodcastIGhttps://instagram.com/iamachampionpodcast?utm_medium=copy_linkTikTokhttps://vm.tiktok.com/ZMd4o13PS/Follow our personal instagram firstname.lastname@example.org://instagram.com/doctor.aprilm?utm_medium=copy_link@ro_glowhttps://www.instagram.com/ro_glow/?utm_medium=copy_linkCheck out our youtube channel for videos and highlights from the episodes @iamachampionhttps://m.youtube.com/channel/UCdQxNDW9CIoosIlmes562jAShow Support:If you enjoy this podcast please Rate, Review, Subscribe and SHARE this outhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/i-am-a-champion/id1574745683Big shout out to our team that makes this show possible!If you are looking to start your own podcast hit up @upstarterpods on instagram! IGhttps://instagram.com/paigealms?utm_medium=copy_link
Chris Carter started riding motorcycles back in the 1960's when he was a teenager, in 1968 he started riding trials and then moved on to motocross and off-road racing. After working in the powersports industry for many years, he founded Motion Pro in 1984, selling motorcycle cables for a Taiwanese manufacturer, and a few years later a tool line was added. Chris talks about some of the ways that motorcycles has made his life a grand experience. and he has more than a few good stories to tell. More motorcycle travel episodes available on Adventure Rider Radio at adventureriderradio.com. Want to help out? Subscribe, rate and review us on iTunes or on your favourite podcast app, tell your family, friends, riding buddies or club about ARR. Adventure Rider Radio is a listener supported show and we'd love to get your help. Please check us out on Patreon. Have a comment? Go to the episode show notes on our website and have your say at the bottom of the page.
Kevin and Curt remember our friend Robin Miller, who passed away last week at the age of 71. Kevin and Curt discuss Robin's huge influence in Indianapolis over the past 50 years and his unique personality and generosity. Curt tells stories of his time at the IndyStar with Robin and Kevin looks back on his time working with Robin at WIBC in the mid-90s and how Grid Walks came to IndyCar TV broadcasts in 2011. They continue to break down Silly Season, including the Racer.com report that Romain Grosjean will drive for Andretti Autosport in the number 28 Honda in 2022. The guys give a shoutout to Myles Rowe, who became the first Black driver to win an IndyCar-sanctioned race this past weekend in USF2000, and mention the NHRA U.S. Nationals, which return to Lucas Oil Raceway this weekend. In the second hour, Kevin and Curt dig more into free agency rumors, including if Simon Pagenaud could end up at Meyer Shank Racing and the potential for Kyle Larson to run the Indy 500 for Team Penske. Late in the show, the guys talk about Jimmie Johnson's test at Texas and if the seven-time NASCAR Cup champ could be in line to race in the Indy 500 next year. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode I'm joined by professional Racer and stunt driver, Warren Luff.We go into detail about Warren's day to day life off the track, how he prepares physically and mentally for a race weekend, his time as a stun driver at Movie World, how he deals with adversity + so much more.@email@example.com DKFITNESS at checkout for 15% offUse code DJK10 on all EHPlabs supplements for 10% offUse code DK15 on all Athletikan Sneakers for 15% offIntro by Will Sparks.Find this episode helpful? Share it with a friend or post a screenshot to your social media.
I met this man in a heated moment. We have been friends ever since. A dedicated and passionate racer who loves to race and prepare a way for others to race. Some of our great and upcoming racers in MotoAmerica have gone through him. A wonderful story. Also, Part 2 of this interview is already in the works. Can't wait.
This week we chat with Rachel Cummings, one of the rising stars of the sport, on racing, wrenching and getting started in Vintage Jetskis. Rachel has motorsport in her blood with years of experience riding enduro motorbikes with her dad, but it wasn't until she was 20 years old that Rachel was introduced to the sport by her boyfriend, Andrew. Between them they've racked up countless hours of wrenching and admit their passion for the sport has driven them to build race skis faster than they were designed to go. Join us as we go into detail about those modifications, setup and engine tips that Rachel uses to get the best out of her ski. Checkout all this and more on the Ride by Day, Wrench by Night podcast. 00:15 Introduction. 01:52 How did you get into jet skiing? 04:24 You have a boyfriend who loves jet skis too. 07:30 You started on an X2, when did you get a superjet? 09:50 Innovation is great, it leads to the whole industry going forward. 10:27 Finding your SuperJet just before spring break. 12:12 How we converted the ski for the surf. 14:02 Disappointed with the performance at first. 15:35 Chasing whaleboats at Pismo. 20:20 Your first real jet ski event at Huntington Beach. 22:34 Andrew's family has a house at Lake Havasu. 24:09 I was racing just to finish. 25:20 How did your first race go? 26:58 Scrambling to get gear last minute. 27:39 I was the only girl who signed up. 29:04 We realized we were actually competitive. 29:41 We pitted next to Michael Prodanovich. 31:04 So you ride dirt bikes too? Tell us about that. 36:58 Risk vs reward became more important. 37:31 How did you go from your SuperJet to a vintage ski? 40:28 Andrew has been collecting parts for years. 43:20 Mark Gomez riding without a hood. 44:07 Your ski in particular is really nice, tell us about where that started. 46:21 How did you budget and plan for your ski? 47:49 Wrenching is the fun part, it gives you a greater connection to your gear. 51:46 Mod parts do change your style, it really is personal preference. 53:37 What's your preference on steering? She prefers a slower turn to combat over-adjusting. Steering takes priority over the engine when upgrading. 56:32 Tell us about your 750 pump, what difference could you feel compared to a 550? 59:20 What is your recommendation on impeller pitch? We bend them ourselves and test. 01:00:20 Tell us about your intake, they are very aggressive. 01:01:14 Tell us about your ride plate, what adjustments have you made? Cut holes into it. 01:02:42 We are all here to help each other, Andrew is very open with what he does. 01:03:41 Engine bay: 550 Reed engine, RC520 Cylinders, custom porting. 01:04:14 Compression: Over 200 psi. 01:06:37 Intake: Dual carburettor setup, the rest is custom and secret, but it is tuned well. 01:07:17 Ignition: Lightened flywheel with MSD Ignition using the older analog chips, The downsides of Total Loss Ignition. 01:10:14 Batteries: We always buy good batteries, I get a whole day out of a charge, you can use a lightened charging flywheel for a compromise between stock and full mod. 01:11:57 What are your best memories of that build? 01:13:49 Why do you use a halfpipe in your engine? We just tried it and liked it. 01:14:30 What about the waterbox? It is custom made as well. 01:14:52 What are your goals for 2021 and the World Finals? 01:15:42 2020 World Finals goal was to finish in the top 10 01:18:04 How are you preparing differently this year vs last year? Skills vs fitness? Signing up for more races. 01:24:01 Tell us about women's racing and your experience of it. 01:27:17 What is your favourite part about the Vintage Jetski community? Why would someone want to join? Final Questions 01:30:10 Handling setup: Sand the grooves in your hull to make them even and a bit deeper, use bed liner to keep it safe and strong. 01:32:24 Engine tips: Put duel carburettors in it, high compression head, make it tunable. 1:34:01 Favourite races: Mark Gomez GoPro footage of Rachel (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4MhSzTk0DxE) 01:42:37 Hardest fought race was at the ISJBA World Finals Qualifier, ending 5th out of 9. 01:45:56 Thank you Rachel!
Happy Friday! This week we're crackin' open Racer 5 IPA from Bear Republic Brewing Company, located in Cloverdale, CA. Tune in to find out more about this old school IPA that paved the way for West Coast IPAs as we know it! Available wherever you get your podcasts. Cheers!
Sometimes you meet people in the industry and “think” you know their story. This one surprised me. Fifty years of hotrods, over 20 published books, training at the highest levels and all this before off-road became what we knew him for. Don Alexander has a storied past, listen in and enjoy.3:34 – go carts at age 11l5:52 – always pushing the RPM limits13:57 – professor changed my trajectory – not in the way you'd think28:36 – connecting off-road guys through our industry34:47 – it's all about the wheel spin39:03 – “had the aerodynamics o a Walmart store”46:20 – I made some good maps51:48 – that sums up the three mile an hour adrenaline rush55:00 – let's talk roof top tents1:11:28 – the problem is convincing people they need to be trained1:34:17 – you're an off-roader, right? We want to thank our sponsors Maxxis Tires and 4Low Magazine.www.maxxis.comwww.4lowmagazine.com Be sure to listen on your favorite podcast app. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/BigRich)
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Pete Stetina raced in the WorldTour for ten years before transitioning to gravel racing in 2019. During that time, he raced in the Tour De France, the Giro D'Italia, and the Vuelta Espana. Since moving to gravel, he has featured on the podium at many races, including winning the Belgian Waffle Ride during his first year on the gravel scene. More recently, he won the inaugural Leadboat, a two day challenge that combines the Leadville 100 and Steamboat Gravel. In this conversation, he and Payson talk about how he fits into the gravel scene, the work that goes on off the bike now that he's a privateer, and why he's happier now than he was in the WorldTour. They also address the current controversy in gravel racing surrounding the use of male domestiques by some of the top female riders, and how he's hoping to level the playing field at his own race, Stetina's Paydirt next month. He also talks about the crash he suffered in 2015 at the Tour of the Basque Country, which threw his future into doubt and nearly led to a leg amputation. He tells about the four day ordeal of returning to the US after leaving the Spanish hospital, the grueling rehab process, and his triumphant return to the WorldTour that same year.
Sunday, funday Sunday talk from Ed and Neal about the goings-on around Murray State and its tributaries. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ftwinquired/support
This is one of the guys I have known the longest as a Chaplain. We have laughed together, cried together and prayed together. This man is passionate about life, racing, tires and you. Maybe his experiences will help you in your experiences.
Craig Dippman joins us this week to talk about his racing at Lima, Eldora and Oakshade as well as this weekend's upcoming Dippman Motorsports Night at Oakshade Raceway. Jordan Wittes, car owner and DirtIsMyGlitter photographer will talk about her Driver of the Week program. Plus all the latest racing news.
Benji Alexander is a passionate ski racer and backcountry skier with a stranger-than-fiction backstory. So we talk about how Burning Man got him into skiing; what inspired his Olympic aspirations; the numerous logistics he has had to navigate to make this happen; the financial hurdles that all Olympic hopefuls have to face; and what motivates him to keep pushing forward.TOPICS & TIMES:Benji's childhood (3:31)From DJ to Skier (7:31)The bid to become Jamaica's 1st Olympic ski racer (22:26)Financing an Olympic bid (43:25)Benji's motivation (45:32)Current training program & next steps (55:32)Backcountry skiing & becoming a lifelong skier (1:04:19)RELATED LINKSBenji's websiteInstagram: @benji.skiBecome a Blister Member See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week we recap the Knoxville Nationals. Duane was on hand to watch Kyle Larson grab his first ever Knoxville Nationals win! We also talk about Brandon Overton getting his first North/South 100 win and we talk about when does a series sanctioning actually start on a race day? This topic comes as there was an incident involving a driver and a car owner hours before a race was scheduled.
Have you heard the news about California's scary new smog check procedure? You know, the one that scans your ECU for non-standard files and modifications? Well, the guys hook up with Peter Treydte from SEMA's emissions lab to get the straight scoop on what this really means for enthusiasts. We'll also check in with our favorite new Australian friend, Duralast-sponsored racer Josh Robinson, and find out why he is putting an LS-based V-12 in a Datsun mini truck.
This man is literally "Living the Dream". He loves his dad because his dad invested in him, taught him the racing scene and taught him how to work. AJ loves his son and invests in him like his father invested in him. Now, he is providing a racing environment where father's and son's can realize their dreams of becoming pro racers. This man is fascinating. If you would like to reach him on Facebook, he is Andrew Gustafson. Or you can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Luke welcomes big dollar bracket racing extraordinaire, and now perhaps the youngest race track owner in the industry: Gleason Raceway Park's own Christopher Northup. Funny Car Chris tells us how a kid from the big city of Boise, Idaho came to own a small race track in rural Gleason, TN, and details their HUGE opening night (last weekend, their spectator count exceeded the town's population)! Chris shares his vision for the race track, where bracket racing fits in, and much more...
TSR podcast Episode 144 “Big Chief and his RC life” Hosts: Tim Smith and Colin Branch Show introduction and welcome. Tim Notes: Nearly a second round of the Jalapeno story. I need VooDoo tires lol Listener questions Allen Ruble About what final drive ratio do you shoot for on a 2t to 4.5t motors?? Also the rpm of the motor? (team associated base car) Rusty Brooks My question is for all three of you to discuss. Can you talk about what you do to prep a Reaction tire before mounting? Also after mounting is there anything else that you do before you say they're ready to use? Nat Hyde Do you know of a reliable motor or chassis dyno to test under load conditions? Wouldn't that be better than using the SkyRC motor analyzer? Sean Genung Thank you for the opportunity to ask questions. Mine is with shocks. Specifically when building shocks do you want a dead shock like in oval racing with say a bladder on top like the 57 design setup or bleed them with some recoil? Thank you for your time and your knowledge. Stephen A Nicholson Jr. I know shortages on things have put a damper on some things but are y'all gonna eventually make a ESC that will handle more amps ? And yes I understand the one we have now is fine lol but who doesn't like more power Erik Denk Question for you guys...Why is Team AZ making so many rounds at the races they attend? What's the advantage they have. Corey Lively When finding your gearing and developing your tune for your car, which comes first the gear or the tune? Does your tune change with gear or vice versa and if so, how? Robert Diamond Parity in racing and between battery types such as the brick versus a standard 2cell Jeramy Joseph Olson Hey it's OKO, What do you guys think about having NPRC races that mimic street racing more, I really want to do a flashlight or arm drop NPRC that includes “a Chase is a Race!” Thanks for coming on the show Big Chief I still want to race your sons sometime if possible? Goooo Maclan OKO Randy Krol For my serious question. Chief, where would you rank showing up to the us nats with a regular old trailer and a Pontiac powered promod car and making the show on your list of achievements? Anthony Manti This one from a couple weeks ago was mentioned, but not gotten to yet. I'm sure ya will eventually….but motor tuning and everything about it Charles Levac Hey Tim and Colin I'm finally getting my car running nice and straight. But I keep wrecking on shut down. I'm running 60% brakes and 20% drag brakes. If I lower my max brakes I run out of shut down room. Is there something suspension wise that I could do to help stop the spin out on the shutdown Thanks for the great show. Chris Singsime Has he got any of the other 405 guys into no prep rc? And did he ever fix the bullet holes in the meth shack? Seems like a good Tuesday job....listener #43 Main Topic: Listener questions for Chief Steve Raymond Was the throttle punch a little secret you guys were keeping? When Justin Shearer commented and said I don't run over 10%. I don't know how true it is that he runs it that low, but I thought it would have been a dog. Boy, was I wrong. Thanks to you guys for sharing the info you do love the podcast and thanks Justin Shearer my car is actually some what fast now lol. Nick Bodden What do you look for in your slow mo videos after a pass? Biggie Paul So ive seen your videos of test hits after test hits. Your car looks straight and fast. So my questions are...What do you do to improve your reaction time and Whats your routine to get faster mentally and physically? Sean South Will Big Chief ever race in a Big Event. I know a big event will be close to him in September
Before Landon Cassill could legally drive on the road, he was winning races as a teen driver and being scouted by high profile sponsors and racing teams. What few know is that he was also an early crypto adopter and miner. He managed to merge his two loves - Landon pulled off a crypto sponsorship with one of our team's favorite companies, Voyager. This epic deal has spawned a whole new fan base for crypto, furthering the marriage of crypto and sports. Perhaps most interesting is that the foundations of Nascar are built around freedom of choice, a pinnacle of the crypto community. Landon Cassill: https://twitter.com/landoncassill --- Build on Harmony, run on all chains. Harmony is your open platform for assets, collectibles, identity, governance. Be the ONE to bridge to all blockchains. Harmony is an open and fast blockchain. Their mainnet runs Ethereum applications with 2-second transaction finality and 100 times lower fees. Harmony's secure bridges offer cross-chain asset transfers with Ethereum, Binance and other chains. https://thewolfofallstreets.link/harmony --- If you enjoyed this conversation, share it with your colleagues & friends, rate, review, and subscribe. This podcast is presented by Blockworks. For exclusive content and events that provide insights into the crypto and blockchain space, visit them at: https://www.blockworks.co ーーー Join the Wolf Den newsletter: ►►https://www.getrevue.co/profile/TheWolfDen/members
Champ Bites from Julia: We break down how this Legendary American ski racer became an Olympic Champion and the countries most decorated female Winter Olympian. Why do some athletes thrive at big events ? Why do some choke? How was she preparing her whole childhood.. for when the bright lights shone on her? Stay tuned till the end to hear about the great gift Julia harnesses that YOU also have within you. We could not think of a better guest to share with you their mental strength game. And the process to be able to perform when it matters most. A story of working hard, having fun and manifesting with the mind. Find Julia on IG@juliamancusohttps://instagram.com/juliamancuso?utm_medium=copy_linkCheck out Julia manifesting her Olympic Gold as a kid. https://youtu.be/vQiuRO4LPoEJulia's Olympic Champion Runhttps://youtu.be/56nN1ReeSUILet's connect!To get more info and updates on the podcast @iamachampionpodcastIGhttps://instagram.com/iamachampionpodcast?utm_medium=copy_linkTikTokhttps://vm.tiktok.com/ZMd4o13PS/Follow our personal instagram email@example.com://instagram.com/doctor.aprilm?utm_medium=copy_link@ro_glowhttps://instagram.com/doctor.aprilm?utm_medium=copy_linkCheck out our youtube channel for videos and highlights from the episodes @iamachampionhttps://m.youtube.com/channel/UCdQxNDW9CIoosIlmes562jAShow Support:If you enjoy this podcast please Rate, Review, Subscribe and SHARE this outhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/i-am-a-champion/id1574745683Big shout out to our team that makes this show possible!If you are looking to start your own podcast hit up @upstarterpods on instagram!
Valerie Thompson is the fastest female motorcycle racer on the planet with a record of 328.467 mph on the famed BUB 7 Streamliner motorcycle. She won't rest until she breaks 400 mph speed – the fastest on a motorcycle for a man or woman. Thompson shares an emotional recollection of her 2018 crash in Australia with host Amanda Busick as her team searched for reasons why the accident happened. Luckily, Thompson walked away from the crash with minor injuries and has taken the time to rebuild her bike and her nerve to get back on and go for it. She'll do just that in August. We have no doubt she'll nail it. Look for Thompson and her team's story in an upcoming documentary “Rockets and Titans” coming out in movie theaters. There won't be a dry eye in the house.
We are pumped to share with you Julia Mancuso, April's sister. A legendary American ski racer, an Olympic Champion and the countries most decorated female Winter Olympian. Why do some athletes thrive at big events ? Why do some choke? This is a story of staying prepared so you can pull what you need in tough and stressful times. A story about being yourself. And finding the joy. Stay tuned till the end to hear about the great gift Julia harnesses that YOU also have within you. We could not think of a better guest to share with you their mental strength game. And the process to be able to perform when it matters most. A story of working hard, having fun and manifesting with the mind. Find Julia on IG@juliamancusohttps://instagram.com/juliamancuso?utm_medium=copy_linkCheck out Julia manifesting her Olympic Gold as a kid. https://youtu.be/vQiuRO4LPoEJulia's Olympic Champion Runhttps://youtu.be/56nN1ReeSUILet's connect!To get more info and updates on the podcast @iamachampionpodcastIGhttps://instagram.com/iamachampionpodcast?utm_medium=copy_linkTikTokhttps://vm.tiktok.com/ZMd4o13PS/Follow our personal instagram firstname.lastname@example.org://instagram.com/doctor.aprilm?utm_medium=copy_link@ro_glowhttps://instagram.com/doctor.aprilm?utm_medium=copy_linkCheck out our youtube channel for videos and highlights from the episodes @iamachampionhttps://m.youtube.com/channel/UCdQxNDW9CIoosIlmes562jAShow Support:If you enjoy this podcast please Rate, Review, Subscribe and SHARE this outhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/i-am-a-champion/id1574745683Big shout out to our team that makes this show possible!If you are looking to start your own podcast hit up @upstarterpods on instagram!
Jim Beaver has Red Bull Athlete & Off-Road Racer Andrew Carlson on the show this week talking about his weekend sweep in Championship Off-Road, his switch to 4 wheels, and the 2021 season. Be sure and follow @JimBeaver15 on social media and subscribe on Apple Podcasts.