Relatively short week in the results department, Beacon, Galot, Numidia along with Bristol's NHRA national, and a divisional in Denver. After that, the guys get into a really interesting discussion brought to the table by Chris Cadle, tune in to hear the guys thoughts on a type of Gaming Commission for big money bracket racing. Jed also previews the 16th annual WFC.
NasCardRadio Episode 102: The guy's review last week's Camping World Truck winner (Todd Gilliland), highest finishing rookies (Lawless Alan) and their rookie trading cards. Plus, Grand Prix of Canada winner Max Verstappen and his trading cards. In the next segment the guy's checkout the new Formula 1 2022 Turbo Attax configurations currently available on uk.topps.com this week. The guys discover what could be a game changer for 2022 Turbo Attax. Next the guys break down the 2022 Panini Chronicles racing sell sheet on what's new, what's going away and other thoughts deciphered from the new shell sheet. Finally, there are some interesting eBay auctions in ‘The Kings Court'. Special thanks to our sponsor, Panini America. #thehobby #tradingcards #whodoyoucollect
Western States 100 is this weekend. International runners represent nearly 1/3 of the entrants. We recorded this episode live with these international runners at a local running store in Auburn California, The Aid Station. Course experts, Tim Twietmeyer and Ian Sharman join us to help these runners understand the course and how to develop a strategy for success. Many of these strategies can translate into your trail adventures and races. HERE is a link to a course map and elevation profile. Link to Joe Uhan's iRunFar articles: - The Western States Killing Machine - Part 1 - The Western States Killing Machine - Part 2 Sharman Ultra Coaching
Tom Stanley returns supported by Adele Mulrennan and Steve Jones to go through the seven live ITV Saturday races from Newcastle and Newmarket. Time Stamps: 13.50 Newcastle - 6f Handicap (00:55), 14.05 Newmarket - Maureen Brittain Memorial Empress Fillies' Stakes (05:18), 14:25 Newcastle - Chipchase Stales (09:45), 14.40 Newmarket - Fred Archer Stakes (13:45), 14.55 Newcastle - Northumberland Vase Handicap (18:15), 15.15 Newmarket - Criterion Stakes (26:50), 15.30 Newcastle - Northumberland Plate Handicap (30:15), 15.45 Curragh - Irish Derby (28:58), Best Lays (45:41), Best Bets (46:20). 18+ | BeGambleAware
EPISODE 291: High Priests Rebecca and Rey back up their episode released earlier in the week with another NEW comic book review! We certainly are lucky duckies when it comes to new Moon Knight content, and there is no better way to get it than with the first season finale of Jed MackKay and Alessandro Cappuccio's epic run! SEGMENT: MOONSHINE - NEW COMIC BOOK REVIEW Moon Knight Vol. 9 #11 - 'The Killing Time Pt. 2' Released June 22nd, 2022 Writer(s) Jed MacKay Penciler(s) Alessandro Cappuccio Colorist(s) Rachelle Rosenberg Letterer(s) Cory Petit BARE BONES (Written by Rey): As Moon Knight and Tigra race to get to the Midnight Mission, Zodiac and his team of thugs encounter Reese and Soldier, dressed as Mr. Knight. Initially surprised at seeing Mr. Knight there, Zodiac soon realizes the ruse and shoots Soldier dead, much to Reese's horror. Racing through the portal conjured up by Khonshu, Moon Knight and Tigra try to make sense of where exactly they are, as past Fists of Khonshu converge behind them, giving chase. It's not long before they arrive at the Midnight Mission, surprising Zodiac not only with their presence, but with the horde of undead Moon Knights in tow. A massive battle ensues with Moon Knight, Tigra, the undead Fists and Reese taking on Zodiac and his cadre of killers… Reese breaks and succumbs to her vampiric nature, intent on killing Zodiac to avenge Soldier's death. Moon Knight stops her as he not only doesn't want Reese to cross that line, but because he wishes to end Zodiac himself. As Moon Knight holds Zodiac in a death grip, he is unexpectedly interrupted - his alter Steven Grant appears and introduces himself to an astonished Reese. MOON RATING : Rebecca:
Hinch tells travel stories. Then the guys discuss the F1 race in Montreal, their weekends off, and the first race of the SRX season. Then we do an Ask Alex segment about taking opportunities. Plus, Alex lets his opinions on Esteban Ocon be known.+++Want some advice? Send your questions in for Ask Alex to AskOffTrack@gmail.comSubscribe to our YouTube Channel.Follow us on Twitter at @askofftrack. Or individually at @Hinchtown, @AlexanderRossi, and @TheTimDurham.The music you heard in this episode comes from:Ryan Dann of Holland Patent Public Library. You can find him online at hollandpatentpubliclibrary.com
This week The Crew (Matt, Charlie, and Austin) dive into the NASCAR rabbit hole using the NASCAR Ice Burg that was made by Reddit user “kvapilnation.” Matt, Charlie, and Austin also review the SRX, Formula 1, and NASCAR Truck race from the following weekend. Use #whatyathinkITM to respond to the question of the week:Should NASCAR re-engineer the Cup Series wheel so it can use 5 lug nuts again?Make sure to sign up for the Ramblin about Racin Fantasy NASCAR League using the link below:https://fantasygames.nascar.com/live/league/marblesin Join the conversation with “Ramblin' about Racin'” using the hashtag #whatyathinkITM if you have something that you want discussed on future shows. If you want to be on the show with us reach out on social media or the website and we will get you the details on how to be on and talk racing with us. Check out our online stores with the links below. Use discount FATHER to get 10% off your order.Tee Spring: https://inthemarbles.creator-spring.com/Bonfire: https://www.bonfire.com/store/ramblin-about-racin/Like watching “Ramblin' about Racin'” vice listening. Make sure to check out YouTube channel. Thank you for listening to “Ramblin' about Racin',” where we bring the best post-race coverage and analysis throughout the NASCAR, Formula 1, and Indy Car Series. Host Matt Beamer (the NASCAR Guy), Charlie Hercus, Austin Reeves, and Preston Lood (the Formula 1 Guy) started this podcast in 2019 and look forward to sharing our passion for the sport they love. It would help the show a lot if you were to give us a rating on your podcast platform. Preston, Charlie, Austin, and Matt strive to bring you the best show every week. A rating will go a long way to show us how good we are doing. Make sure to follow “Ramblin' about Racin'” on all social media platforms: Facebook: Ramblin' about Racin'Twitter: @ramblinracinpodYouTube: Ramblin' about Racin' You can find links to all social media as well as links to our merchandise and podcast on our website: www.ramblinaboutracin.com
The MotoGP Summer Break is almost here - but not before we go racing at the legendary TT Circuit Assen! I preview the weekend of racing, talk about a few Silly Season rumors, then make picks for the DutchTT!The Rundown:- The Cathedral of Speed! Full Preview of the Dutch TT at Assen- The Track: The iconic TT Circuit- The contenders: The riders I think have the best chance to compete for the podium- My Watch List: who might turn in a surprise performance this weekend?- The Picks! My top-5 for AssenWho do you think will win the DutchTT? Leave your comments on Facebook at facebook.com/motoweek.net or on the Reddit Sub at r/motoweekGet the latest episodes at Motoweek.net, follow on Twitter @motoweek and Instagram @motoweekusa, and like the show andAnd you can support the show on Patreon at patreon.com/motoweekThanks for listening!
In this week's Inside Alabama Racing, Tommy Praytor talks to driver Timothy Watson as well as finishing up his conversation with Bobby Labonte, and of course, The Moose Call with "The Moose", Thomas Praytor! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wnsp/support
When the racing is boring (like it was on Sunday) you'd probably think the podcast will be uninteresting, too. But that would be ridiculous because the greatest motorcycling podcast on earth isn't so much MotoGP news as MotoGP Neighbours. Sure, there are men riding motorcycles at stupid fast speeds but the truth is it's just a giant soap opera for grown men. And we at Moto PG are totally here for it. This week Freido is on the ground in Assen (international incident to come, no doubt), Borrie has his rhyme on and Tug is directing traffic like the Munted One captaining the Aprilia ship. But don't take our word for it, hit the play button and get it in your ears now. It's better than whatever else you were thinking of doing (unless you were planning on doing a super model in which case the pod will still be here when you finish). The Following is a Public Service Announcement: None of this – and we mean none of this, including the yelling, the crying, the cussing, the finger-pointing, the nappy-soiling, the bitch-slapping, and gold medal prosciutto-making – would be possible without the support of our brilliant sponsors. We demand and insist you support them because they support us. Don't make us come to your house with pipes and knives and force you to test-ride their bikes and buy their products. We will. We have no morals and jail only scares one of us, but Freido will be deported before he spends any time in Long Bay. Click on the bloody links. Please. Made in Germany (https://www.mig.bike/) – For the very finest in riding gear, and the official Australian distributor of Held Biker Fashion – since 1946, Daytona boots, IXS and Pinlock. SC-Project Oceania (https://sc-project.com.au/) – There are no better motorcycle exhausts on this earth. None. The sexiest aural sex-cannons, from the world's largest and finest bike-exhaust manufacturer, can and must be yours. Do it. It is the song of our people. And you must play that song every time you ride. It's in the rules. Suzuki Australia (https://www.suzukimotorcycles.com.au/) – Creators of truly legendary motorcycle, who also do a great job keeping Mir and Rins off the streets and on the MotoGP racetrack where they belong. If you don't test-ride Suzuki motorcycles at least once a week, you'll never get a pretty girlfriend. Triumph Australia (https://www.triumphmotorcycles.com.au/) – The Empire awaits your pleasure. Booking a test-ride on any of the glorious English missiles is easier than getting stabbed by a Chelsea soccer hooligan, and until you've ridden a Rocket 3, you have not actually ridden anything. Aprilia Australia (https://www.aprilia.com/au_EN/) – these magnificent bastards build bikes so good, their MotoGP efforts are better than the sweating bastards, The Munted Asparagus and Rev Bomb Vinales, will ever be. Go ride one of its masterpieces. Do it this weekend. Moto Guzzi Australia (https://www.motoguzzi.com/au_EN/) – As Italian as espresso, and as rewarding and fun to ride as that stolen horse you knocked off so you can pay the Sicilian bloke with the pretty daughter not to kill you. Every person has to own a Moto Guzzi once in their life. Harley-Davidson Australia (https://www.harley-davidson.com/au/en/index.html) – The world's oldest, toughest, and most iconic marque has re-vamped, re-charged, and re-energised itself with a new engine and new models, which you just have to ride to believe. The legendary bikes are still there (No, Slim, they stopped making Knuckles a while back), but Harley is carving a whole new chapter in its storied history with the Pan America and the Sportster S. Ride and believe. Savic Motorcycles (https://www.savicmotorcycles.com/) – We couldn't be prouder than to have the support of Australia's own high-performance electric motorcycle manufacturer which is set to revolutionise e-motorcycles worldwide, while saving polar bears, low-lying countries, and every tree on earth from climate catastrophe. Won't do much for deserts, but. They're probably gonna stay deserts. If you can't get one of the gorgeous bikes, the least you could do is buy some of the gear – it would be un-Australian of you not to. Honda Australia (https://motorcycles.honda.com.au/en) – From the very first superbike, the incredible Honda 750-4, Honda has been synonymous with speed. Racing is in its DNA, and HRC is the team everyone wants to be in. Producing some of the best-engineered bikes on earth, and boasting the services of multiple-world champion, Marc Marquez (now no longer blind, apparently), these are certainly the handlebars you wanna try hanging onto.
Richard Petty … what else do we really need to say? NASCAR Hall of Fame inaugural inductee. Seven championships … seven Daytona 500 wins … the number 43 … 200 wins.It's a perfect fit for our 200th episode.It would also not be appropriate to celebrate our 200th episode without including our listeners, so we asked everybody to send in their questions for hosts Rick Houston and Steve Waid … and we even got a few from PAST INTERVIEW guests Larry McReynolds, Jeff Hammond, Kenny Wallace and Las Vegas Motor Speedway President and General Manager Chris Powell.NOTE: This show is not associated in any way with American City Business Journals, owner of the Scene brand.Please consider supporting our show via:www.patreon.com/thescenevaultpodcastwww.paypal.me/thescenevaultpodcastwww.venmo.com/thescenevaultpodcast
Climate change solutions typically center on carbon, and addressing carbon is essential for a safer climate future. But we sometimes forget that carbon isn't the only culprit. Fluorinated gases such as old HVAC refrigerants can have more than 10,000 times the climate-changing potential of carbon. The climate research nonprofit Project Drawdown determined that refrigerant management is one of the most impactful ways to mitigate climate change. As CEO of Tradewater, Tim Brown is racing to aggregate potent gases from around the world and destroy them before they leak into the atmosphere and wreak havoc on our climate. In this episode, host Hilary Langer speaks with Tim Brown, CEO and Founder of Tradewater – a Chicago-based company that finds and destroys the world's most potent climate-changing gases. Tim shares how his eBay purchase of a common refrigerant inspired him to build a company that produces some of the highest quality carbon offsets. He explains how the Tradewater team leverages partnerships to scale their impact, why they expanded internationally, and how they plan to accelerate their work before potent GHGs are released into the atmosphere. Links:Tradewater WebsiteTradewater on TwitterTradewater on LinkedInTim Brown on LinkedInProject Drawdown: Overview of Refrigerant ManagementOne overlooked way to fight climate change? Dispose of old CFCs. (National Geographic) Episode recorded: May 5, 2022 Email your feedback to Chad, Gil, and Hilary at firstname.lastname@example.org tweet them to @ClimatePosiPod.
Bruin Beasley team manager of Team 18 talks about the development he has seen since joining the team, the work ahead to repair Scott Pye's ride, tyre pressures and how Supercars is not looking as crisp as when he was with his previous team before COVID.
Zhou Guanyu's route to F1 was epic. As a child he watched the Chinese Grand Prix from the grandstands and dreamed of joining his racing heroes. But with no footsteps to follow in, he had to plot his own path. Before he was even a teenager he moved from his home city of Shanghai to the other side of the world to test his talent behind the wheel. Fighting homesickness and intimidation from his racing rivals, he proved himself. Zhou tells Tom Clarkson about the sacrifices, key decisions, victories and personal loss he experienced along the way. Now he's racing his childhood heroes as the first Chinese driver to compete in Formula 1. Zhou has already made history for his country and, as he says himself, he's only just getting started. This episode is sponsored by: Shopify: sign up for a FREE fourteen-day trial at shopify.co.uk/grid Athletic Greens: get a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase at athleticgreens.com/f1btg Calm: visit calm.com/grid for 40% off unlimited access to Calm's entire library
It's a mega show! Justin Ashley and Aaron Stanfield go WFO following their Father's Day win at Bristol Dragway. Alan Reinhart and Joe Castello recap the race. Erica Enders explains her amazing final round "smoke show" in an exclusive interview. Get an inside look at Johnson's Horsepowered Garage with Bo Butner as we get ready for Norwalk and Summit Motorsports Park. Interviews on WFO Radio have become part of winning for drivers in the NHRA #dragracing Series. Host Joe Castello, has over 30 years in drag racing an it shows. As part of the National Hot Rod Association, Track Announcing team, Castello brings insights directly from the world of professional NHRA Camping World and Lucas Oil Series Drag Racing. NHRA results and news are featured in weekly livestreams, NHRA's Alan Reinhart and other NHRA stars including John Force, Ron Capps, Antron Brown, Steve Torrence, Greg Anderson, and Erica Enders all make frequent stops on the WFO Radio Podcast.. Website: WFORadio.com Subscribe to the Podcast: Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/wfo-radio-podcast/id449870843?ls=1 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0oo5mn0E3VmfhRCTHyLQIS Google: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cDovL2ZlZWRzLmZlZWRidXJuZXIuY29tL1dmb1JhZGlv Free Mobile App: https://wforadio.com/m/
Recorded on May 27th, the 46th edition of the Full Caster Podcast - A Karting Conversation, sees hosts Mike Smith and Derek Esquibel interview The Thibodeaux's of Tri-C Karters, Nathan and Trisha. As two of the three principals of the Tri-C Karters club, this dynamic duo -along with Eric Nelson- are responsible for putting on the events of the Tri-C club at CalSpeed Karting, but also have a local winter series, as well as summer night series that run at Adams Motorsports Park. Get to know both of them in the latest installment of the FCP, with roots back to the famed Moran Raceway, and more!Join us for Episode 46 of the Full Caster Podcast, Part 2 with Nathan & Trisha Thibodeaux!
Recorded on May 27th, the 46th edition of the Full Caster Podcast - A Karting Conversation, sees hosts Mike Smith and Derek Esquibel interview The Thibodeaux's of Tri-C Karters, Nathan and Trisha. As two of the three principals of the Tri-C Karters club, this dynamic duo -along with Eric Nelson- are responsible for putting on the events of the Tri-C club at CalSpeed Karting, but also have a local winter series, as well as summer night series that run at Adams Motorsports Park. Get to know both of them in the latest installment of the FCP, with roots back to the famed Moran Raceway, and more!Join us for Episode 46 of the Full Caster Podcast, Part 1 with Nathan & Trisha Thibodeaux!
Top global technology lawyer Tornait “Torn” Sagara knows he shouldn't get involved with his beautiful client, Saya Brooks, whose revolutionary lightning-on-demand invention will solve climate change and render all other energy sources obsolete. But their shared connection as hafu (half Japanese, half American) draws them irresistibly together.Saya's technology could save the world, but what's good for the planet is bad news for those who profit from the status quo. Now, someone wants to stop Saya from commercializing her invention and will go to any lengths—even murder—to do so. When Torn takes Saya for a spin on his motorcycle, they are viciously attacked. That death-defying battle on a crowded Tokyo expressway is only the start of Torn's wild ride.As the violence escalates, Torn discovers that everything he values—his reputation, his family, and even his life—is on the line. Racing from the boardrooms of Tokyo to the wilds of Russia in a desperate search for the truth, Torn is forced to face his own flaws and discover what really matters most.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/houseofmysteryradio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Gio in Miami and "Stubo" Sue Morris discuss the week in racing. F1, Max Verstappen Wins Canadian Grand Prix, NHRA in Bristol Debrief, NASCAR Trucks Todd Gilliland Wins in Knoxville, SRX Racing Returns, Troy's Big Money Minute, Matt's Australian Winternationals Minute, SportsCollision.
Today I'm talking to multi-time CrossFit Games athlete Emma McQuaid, who just qualified for the 2022 Games. The Irish athlete has a length background in sports but didn't find CrossFit until she was 24 years old. Now in her 30s, McQuaid talks about her background in quad bike racing — ATV racing in American slang — how it both helped and hurt her career in elite fitness competition. Before we get into that, I want to give a quick shoutout to today's episode sponsor, Colter Dillon. Do you struggle finding a t-shirt that fits as well as that ONE t you loved until it wore out? Do you wish a standard medium was JUST a little bit longer, or maybe a large wasn't so baggy for you? Then you've got to check out Colter Dillon. They personalize the fit for YOU, and they have tons of color options — you can even personalize artwork on the shirt! They deliver your perfect t-shirt every time. Check out Colter Dillon today.
This week we talk about Ohio Sprint Speedweek which happened to have some interesting story lines, one of which was rubbered up and dusty tracks. We also talk about USAC Eastern Storm and cover some of the Summer Nationals results. US 24 Speedway in Indiana made some headlines over some drama involving a disqualification of a winner.
Motor Trend's KJ Jones joins Gale Banks. KJ's fox body is one of the internet's most famous Mustangs. The former Mustang 5.0 editor and now Diesel Power Magazine content creator, recalls the challenges of transitioning from gas to diesel expert. Gale Banks speaks truth to power, previewing his upcoming diesel vs electric argument, and explores Toyota's groundbreaking diesel innovations.
Racing Post's Lee Mottershead joins Michael on Racing Pulse to reflect on the Royal Ascot Carnival. We discuss his best runs of the week and horses who may head down under this spring
Trackhouse Racing, the story of the 2022 Cup Series season so far (1:30); is it the culture or the car that is helping Trackhouse? (3:45); the impact of the Next Gen on hiring as it relates to education vs. experience (6:15): how the Next Gen is similar to assembling IKEA furniture but also (literally) much different (7:30); revisiting the Suarez victory aftermath (9:30); and why Stevie still believes Suarez needed the victory to cement his spot in the No. 99 (11:30); why it's tough to remain winless and unable to close while a teammate excels (13:45); recognizing the journey of Travis Mack and validation of the crew chief as team leader (15:45); 16 winners! (17:45); the level of concern for Harvick and Truex (19:00); Silly Season and why the Nos. 10, 18 and 19 are the key to movement (21:00); trying to analyze the other dynamics of open rides and full rosters (23:30); “If I'm Kyle Busch's agent, you're playing a little bit of chicken with the Truex decision” (25:30); what of the Xfinity Series hopefuls? (26:45); what Stevie expects with a more chaotic Nashville with the Next Gen track debut (29:00); his surprise at the lack of a “dominant” winner (31:30); the heat factor at Nashville (34:00).
My guest on this episode is Hayden Hawks, one of the greatest talents in the sport of American ultrarunning. Today, we explore a myriad of topics including his competitive mindset, his professional approach to ultrarunning, what it was like competing against the likes of Jim Walmsley and Zach Miller, how ball sports athletes influenced his own approach as an endurance athlete, stories about his faith and how it shaped him into who he is today, what it will take to win Western States and much, much more. He was an absolute pleasure to talk to and I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I enjoyed having it! + Watch on YouTube https://youtu.be/1ddX2bfcx3k + Miller vs. Hawks https://youtu.be/7DCR03UDggA + Hayden Hawks Instagram https://www.instagram.com/hawks_hayden/ ______ Patreon.com/BillyYang Instagram.com/BillyYangPod Twitter.com/BillyYang Facebook.com/BillyYangPodcast
Tyler Bereman is a badass when it comes to riding his dirkbike but that is only part of what makes Tyler so special. He's the kid who was born into a motorcycle family and while he didn't have the same finances as his competitors to make his supercross dreams happen, after some ups and downs, he made it. But Tyler is so much more than that: He's a 10 time X Games Medalist, a content creator, and an event visionary who's imagination creates some of the most unique features on the planet. It's a great story and Ryan Runke asks the Inappropriate Questions. Tyler Bereman Show Notes: 3:30: His people, Captain Ron, and the Bereman family 9:00: Templeton, “The House That Built Me”, Salinas Ramblers, and other sports 13:00: Grom days, from flat track to moto, being at a different level financially, and FMX 21:00: Stanley: Get 30% off site wide with the code drinkfast Peter Glenn Ski and Sports: Over 60 years of getting you out there 10 Barrel Brewery: Buy their beers, they support action sports more than anyone 23:00: Why events went away, the vibe between racing and freestyle, and injuries 30:00: Winning Nationals, Supercross, quitting racing, Robbie Madison, Twitch, and the DC Team 41:00: Rollerblade: Ski season may be over but that feeling lasts all year with inline skating Elan Skis: Over 75 years of innovation that makes you better 43:00: The stigma of weed, Red Bull, content creation, stunt work, money stuff, and X Games 57:00: Inappropriate Questions with Ryan Runke
The temperature - and the Championship drama - were both soaring at the Sachsenring, with multiple Title contests into the single-points! I recap the GermanGP action in Moto3, Moto2 and MotoGP - what did you think of the race?Timestamps:-Moto3 - 3:02-Moto2 - 11:13-MotoGP - 21:54The Rundown:- Moto3: a runaway at the front, with a thrilling fight for the rest of the podium- Moto2: a runaway at the front, with another thrilling fight for the rest of the podium- MotoGP: a runaway at the front...do you sense a trend here? - Multiple championships are incredibly close- Has one prominent MotoGP Rider already sunk his chances of a Title?- Jack Miller is a cool dude- Aprilia is sunk by their suspension - quite literally- The MotoGP Championship battle- My take on a very hot day of racing at the SachsenringWhat did you think of the GermanGP? Let me know on Facebook.com/motoweek.net or on the Reddit Sub at r/motoweekFind all of the latest episodes at Motoweek.net, follow on Twitter @Motoweek and Instagram @motoweekusa – and you can support the show on Patreon at patreon.com/motoweekThanks for listening!
Back to Canada for the first time since 2019, Perez hit the wall in quail and couldn’t find reverse, Alonso was flexing his muscles grabbing 2nd on the grid, Bottas really didn’t like the look of the bollard in T14 and Max cruised to victory. We hope you enjoy. Warning: this podcast occasionally contains strong language...
Montreal was packed with a record attendance. Lewis Hamilton with his 2nd podium of the year and a strong finish for George who maintains his top-5 finishes this season. Carlos showed us why he's is the number 2 driver and Max was in a class of his own. All eyes shift to Silverstone next! https://www.tidalleague.com/show/f1-lift-and-coast/
Felicity "Flick" Joyce joind Marni On The Move podcast Host, Marni Salup to talk all things triathlon LIVE from the OOFOS Recovery Lounge the week of IRONMAN World Championships in St.George, Utah. They sync up about training, motivation, racing, nutrition, and active recovery. Flick grew up in Australia before coming to the US in 2009. She got her start in team sports during her childhood, then became a rising star in the ultramarathon space before transitioning to triathlon shortly after her move to the US. She works as a full-time coach to athletes mostly in her home state of California. Some of her most recent athletic accomplishments include winning the Aquabike World Championships last year and setting the 6 hour time trial world record in 2019. PLUS, Flick came in 8th in her Age Group at IRONMAN World Championships and is now KONA bound! CONNECT Flick on Instagram Octagon Team Elite on Instagram Marni On The Move Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, LinkedIn, or YouTube Marni Salup on Instagram and Spotify OFFERS InsideTracker: Get 20% percent off today at InsideTracker.com/marnionthemove SUPPORT THE PODCAST Leave us a review on Apple. It's easy, scroll through the episode list on your podcast app, click on five stars, click on leave a review, and share what you love about the conversations you're listening to. Tell your friends to what you love on social. Screenshot or share directly from our stories the episode you're listening to, tag us and the guests, and use our new Marni on the Move Giphy! SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER Sign up for our weekly newsletter, The Download for Marni on the Move updates, exclusive offers, invites to events, and exciting news!
Driven is a sports movie. A car movie. A Renny Harlan movie. It features an aged Stallone struggling with how to stay relevant in a rapidly changing world. The movie seems to simultaneously want to give some young up and coming actors a shot while also maintaining that Sly is the main guy and not too old to be the best. Ultimately falling short of actually being a good movie. But it is a fun ride and a hilarious episode! Listen as we discuss Til Schweiger!
At our recent Motorsports Expo, tires was the most popular topic discussed so I thought it was a good idea to have Mike Kubiak on to talk about track day and race day tires.Mike spent six years as a tire engineer and now works for a friction (brakes) company. He is a successful Time Trial racer and had our attendees on the edge of their seat at the Expo.We cover everything from how to select tires to tire storage. We talk about getting the most from your tires, tire pressures, and how to read your tires.Mike and I also discuss his 2022 season.Chris from LMS-EFI shares a Tech Tip about connecting wires.Mike's sponsors/supporters:Hawk Performance - https://www.hawkperformance.com/Van Steel Corvettes - https://www.vansteel.com/DRM (Doug Rippie Motorsports) - http://www.dougrippie.com/Apex Race Parts - https://www.apexraceparts.com/Track First - https://track-first.com/DEI (Design Engineering Inc) - https://www.designengineering.com/Back Street Performance - https://backstreetper.com/KNS Brakes - https://knsbrakes.com/c/homeHow to connect with Mike:FacebookInstagramEmail: email@example.comCheck out our sponsors:Show Sponsor LMS-EFI Website, Facebook, InstagramShow Sponsor Track-First Website, Facebook, InstagramShow Sponsor Rad Air of Wickliffe Website, Facebook, Instagram, ASMOILFollow us!Late to Grid - InstagramLate To Grid - FacebookLate To Grid - Twitter
In this bonus episode of Stacking Pennies, Corey LaJoie is joined by his dad on Father's Day as the two share funny racing stories from the past. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We are back in Canada and today the rain was the ultimate equalizer. Shoutout to Fernando Alonso for a vintage performance, starting on the front row for the first time in 10 years. Lewis Hamilton is on the second row and poised for a podium. Race conditions should be great tomorrow, will we see Charles and Checo climb up and battle for a podium? https://www.tidalleague.com/show/f1-lift-and-coast/
Merry Statesmas! They 2022 running of the iconic Western States 100 is next weekend. We sit down with Andy Jones-Wilkins to get his take on this year's race. There will be 385 amazing stories from each of the starters this year. We highlight some of the ones that you might want to watch unfold. Joe Uhan's iRunFar articles, "Western State Killing Machine": Part 1 & Part 2 Hire Andy as a coach! or check out his weekly Tap Room at iRunFar
Intro: Further followup on Lucho’s recovery, physical and emotional, post-Ironman. We talked about Lucho’s full IM experience on ATC 340. Doing fun things after a huge race, including activities with your kids. Going into a race, especially after finishing one big race recently, making sure you’re in the right head space and mind and body […] The post ATC 341: Adjusting to Altitude and Dry Heat, Finding Peace with Postpartum Fitness, TSS For the Swim, and More first appeared on Endurance Planet.
Sandra Herrera and Lisa Roman preview the weekend slate of NWSL games. All six teams compete in match day 8 of the NWSL regular season. Friday kicks off with a match in D.C. as Washington Spirit host Racing Louisville. The Spirit look for their first win since the opening weekend of the year. On Saturday, two matches take place. Kansas City vs Chicago Red Stars and OL Reign host Angel City FC. On Sunday, three matches are set to take place. The day starts with Portland Thorns hosting Orlando Pride, then San Diego Wave FC travels to Red Bull Arena to play Gotham FC and Sunday evening closes out with North Carolina vs Houston Dash. Full weekend preview with picks, predictions, analysis and more. 'Attacking Third' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow the Attacking Third team on Twitter: @AttackingThird, @SandHerrera_, @LRoman32 Visit the Attacking Third YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/attackingthird You can listen to Attacking Third on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Attacking Third podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Attacking Third podcast." For more soccer coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/soccer/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
James encounters a travel first for him, on his way to Phoenix for an appearance. Alex and James discuss the IndyCar race at Road America, covering the highs and lows from the whole weekend. Then, the guys do another segment of AskAlex, about eating unpopped popcorn.+++Want some advice? Send your questions in for Ask Alex to AskOffTrack@gmail.comSubscribe to our YouTube Channel.Follow us on Twitter at @askofftrack. Or individually at @Hinchtown, @AlexanderRossi, and @TheTimDurham.The music you heard in this episode comes from:Ryan Dann of Holland Patent Public Library. You can find him online at hollandpatentpubliclibrary.com