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"anton de pasquale" Discussed on Inside Supercars

Inside Supercars

02:19 min | 3 months ago

"anton de pasquale" Discussed on Inside Supercars

"Thomas Reynolds. Our back race for best of luck today. Thanks, Tony. This program is brought to you by P one Australia racing components the designer of the oil heat mats for dry tank applications. Find out more about the truths on engine oil heating. At P one Australia dot com. Tony whitlock, it's the last album park. I've got ancient people scrolling in the shell cast of shine enormous speed this weekend, unfortunately you haven't got the results from x-ray. Yeah, it's a good qualifying performances and a couple bad swings in the race, so our last one coming up. We're both on Mars and we'll try and try and do some good with it. So cheering up to have been going on all along and you're getting the qualifying speed, which is more speed than you've had prior to. You've had a couple of good qualifying results before, but not as dominant as you were on Friday and Saturday. Yeah, I mean, it's racing qualified in two different things, so we've got the qualifying speed, but some other cars are super fast and racing, which we just haven't quite got. So we'll have another crack and see what happens. Has the new track called track changes that have made to it that they exaggerated your problems? I have no idea. Okay, it wasn't here on the other track in this car so I kind of answer that question. We'll be searching for those answers I imagine. We always search in the you never have a perfect race car. So we're always changing things and trying to make a faster and trying to get a bigger trophy and so on and so on. There's no qualifying for Diane receptors to share your results in the races. Yeah, as always you only get results in races. Thanks Anton. Inside supercars is produced by thunder media, shooting next time for more or locking the podcast on your iTunes or mobile device, search inside supercars. The views expressed on inside supercars, including the panelists and guests do not reflect the views of the network, thunder media, or sport radio, any publication or rebroadcast of the show without the expressed written permission of thunder media is strictly prohibited.

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"anton de pasquale" Discussed on Inside Supercars

Inside Supercars

06:44 min | 3 months ago

"anton de pasquale" Discussed on Inside Supercars

"Welcome to our super cast, Tony we're talking Sunday at Grand Prix, Thomas Randy. He's had both good and bad in qualifying. But you've at least raced our back now. Yeah, exactly. Thanks, Tony. Yeah, being up and down in qualifying with this format we have four qualifying sessions in four races over four days. So a lot of racing and yeah, I really have to get on my game in qualifying so the fourth qualifying was Thursday afternoon after two practice sessions. One of those practice sessions was heavily cut short due to some tech pro barrier issues, but yeah, qualifying one was really good qualified 9th. And then in the second qualifying yeah, I got to track limits on my first lap, so that was that time deleted and then just overdrive and actually spun 5 on my second run. So that put us back in 23rd. And then qualifying three Friday morning was on the hard tyres. So probably on a drive in the first one, qualified 16th, and then now we got it all together and qualified force for the last one, which is yeah, as you say, is today so pretty excited about that. That's my best qualifying by far in the main series, and yeah, can't wait to get that race underway because we've had three races already, so we've sort of learned which way we should go with the strategy and so I had a race guys around here so now put all that knowledge into the final race. Now you practice here in the 5000 back in 1928 20 rather but of course I never got to race on that Friday morning and 13th at lunch. It was all kind of ironic that Friday 13th. Absolutely. But there's a new track here now. I've been told by black back Mike senior very well experienced driver. He said to me, well, you've got it not to race on the old track because this one's so different. Yeah. And look, he's not wrong. I mean, the service is so smooth and the back section of the track that a lot of the corner profiles have changed. So we're actually missing that turn 7 and 8 or 8 and 9 chicane. That's gone. So it's full throttle from the exit of turn 6 all the way to turn the new ten 9, which used to be turn 11 and 12 chicane, and the turn 6 corner radius or profile has changed significantly. It's a lot more open, a lot more camber so you can carry a lot more mid corner speed. So what we've found so far this weekend on the soft tyres. So we're doing mixed tyre racing. So hard, tyre. If you stand on the stock, you've got to finish on the hard. Or you just have to run both. So you could then finish back on the soft or start hard go soft, go hard, but in a 20 lap race, you really only want to pit once, but what we've found is that the soft tyre can not really last any longer than 7 laps and it actually delaminate from the heavy loading around the back section of the track through sector two. But what we have also found is that there's really not much tire degradation. So yeah, the strategy that we did in the first race was start on the hard pit early, try and make the soft last and unfortunately we had to beat again to go back on the hards because the soft delaminated. So yeah, giving your history an open wheelers, which is pretty extensive and obviously that you like when you've got maximum loads on. So that suits you, this is the way the track is now. To be honest, these sorts of circuits suit me. I like these longer tracks. Tasmania. Yeah, I like the longer tracks. You've got to be on your game for longer. So 52nd lap versa, one minute, 45. It's a lot longer that you need to focus and get every corner right because it's so easy to lose time and we found in the last qualifying. I mean, I was fourth, a tenth and a half off, and I think the top ten was separated by three and a half tenths. So even though I'm such a long track, the times have been so close, so that's where yeah. This is kind of the first race for me that I'll discover what it's like to start in the top 5. And if the first lap goes to plan, I think I'll find that it's going to be a lot easier race to manage because when you're mid pack or down the back, everyone's sort of racing for shape stations and now they're at the front. I think the strategies easier, but yeah, I think everyone now after learning a lot from the first three races, have all got the same sort of thought process going into the final one today. Well, you can't wait. We're looking forward. Congratulations on a great start to your year. If you've had the ups and downs that always happen to a rookie, plenty of those, yeah. At least you're not working behind the years in this category. I mean, you've done enough wildcards and Devon a couple of methods that they must be things that you are actually will looking forward to. For sure. I mean, the wild card certainly helped prepare me for this and now I mean I've got no issue racing guys and leaning on other cars. I mean, yeah, it's one of those things, isn't it? You know what I mean? I'm happy that we're showing really good car speed and to qualify for for the last one. I think it shows that we deserve to be here and that we've got the pace and to be up. Well, to be qualifying up there at this point of the year is really good. But now it's about trying to maintain that and yeah, this was the first time for me here in the supercar. My first race here was on Friday afternoon. But yeah, we go to Perth next round and then winton. So two tracks I have driven super cars or Super Tuesday. So hopefully we can sort of maintain or stay in that top ten bracket and yeah it'd be great for us to go for the team all the partners and all the Ford fans. And one last thing and obviously because you had a rare opportunity for any driver in this category when in beside jump your one of your motor racing heroes. One Alonso. Yeah. He was a childhood here at mine and it's someone had told me, you know, 5 years ago or a year ago that, hey, on your birthday, Fernando Alonso is going to take you around in your car at the Grand Prix. I'd be like, now you having a laugh. He respected you didn't put chewing gum under the seat or anything like that, did he? I hope not. I think he might have made it a bit quicker. As neocortex was saying the Alonzo effects, but it was a lot of fun and he loved it. I think he did about four or 5 laps. Then took his engineer for a lap or two and it was just great for the category. You know, they respect us so much and butter, but really cool. You can add his signature extra room as varicella on your elbow, couldn't you? Yeah, so. Yeah. All right, well thank you very much,.

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"anton de pasquale" Discussed on Inside Supercars

Inside Supercars

08:13 min | 8 months ago

"anton de pasquale" Discussed on Inside Supercars

"So look, we just wrapped up and here he comes with a light question. That's right. So who Paul gover do you say, people should watch out for? There's guys in super two, as you mentioned. There's guys in TCR. Who is the young guy that you're keeping your eye on? And think that this guy could make Zack bites. Now, people will say I'm biased because Rick bites and nail bites are friends of mine, and Harry and Louis are his cousins, but Zack bites. What he's done in 86 is this year is astounding. He won 7 or 8 races in a row in 86s. He got beaten yesterday up here on Saturday. Friday. Friday here. See, this is super meeting. It's just been going on for three weeks. Yeah, Zack bites is really, really good, but there are a whole bunch of other kids, you know, Dylan O'Keefe I've seen around the place 9th and hon is very, very good. There's always new talent coming through. It's just a question of whether it gets whether you get the brakes you need whether it's got the backing or whatever. Sadly, money talks and bullshit walks in motor sport always has done we're talking earlier about, you know, Niki Lauda had to buy his way into Formula One and it became a three time world champion and a legend. But long has it been that way. In the old days, you had to have enough money to have a car and probably a garage to prepare the thing. You know, the dick johnsons and the Peter brocks and those guys and it hasn't changed. It's just the scale and the soils of the numbers that it's changed. But your other gig has been for years looking at the motoring industry and the motoring trends. And I have contended that we've lost the car culture in Australia. And that's significantly hurting the motorizing culture. Yeah, I don't think it's anything about a racing culture. There are people. You're right that we're not winning young kids to motor racing. And again, I've got a 12 year old, so he plays racing games, but he's not interested in racing, but what we need is to have personalities. Brock Johnson Moffat. They had the people that brought the fans. It wasn't what they were driving. We're gonna psych off a driver Mazda. Eric salmon, you know, rice burn are back in the day. Everybody hated the car and loved out. Well, I don't know, they love Dylan. He made me look like captain happy. But the thing about these, we don't need the car culture. What we need is an end of time and culture, you know? The movie industry still entertains people. You and I will probably go along the most of the movies to then go. Oh, I don't like that. But he's the word again. They pivot to suit the audience. We don't need car companies. Car companies are not interested generally speaking in motorising because it doesn't sell cars. Food and Chevrolet are using supercars. It's a good halo for the brand. And it helps them draw people. It's not necessarily about selling cars. It might be about getting engineers to go and work for the company. It's a different time a different strategy. And forgot to say, the top two selling cars in Australia, the Ford Ranger and the tour de Hilux, which of those dreadful fall door underdone pickup trucks and let's not call them mutes because they're not used. They're not utility vehicles, they pick up. So the pickup racing, there's no racing culture involved. We pick ups. And that's the way the world's gone. Then there's no racing culture involved in SUVs. So does it matter? No, it doesn't matter a joy. You've just got to create a product with engaging people. You know, the football codes don't survive anymore on the fact that you support whatever your local team was. You're from Melbourne. That's probably, you know, it's probably jalan or something, right? They support a player, and they follow that player around whatever code it is, whatever. Motor racing is has always been the same. They follow people, but because the show's been run by the bosses, you know, the team owners and all of that. They think that it's about the cars and the teams and it's not about the bloody drivers. You know, will Brown has a huge fan base. Anton de pasquale has a huge fan base, and that will get bigger when they realize how to pivot and get the audience engaged with a younger group of people that those young guys can speak to. And when we go back to your example, brought Moffat. Ellen was willing to wear the black hat. I don't think he was willing. He just hey, just but he played the part. You weren't there. He didn't play the part. Alan was the black hat. Wait, we used to joke. Well, Brock wasn't the white hat, as we all know. Well, he was in motor racing and as a block he was. The interesting thing about Elon and he's a good friend of mine. One of the close mates who used to work at The Daily Telegraph article called wine Webster. One night said to him, you know, where's Allen? And he said, what do you mean? Alan was caught. Let's say, well lubricated at the time. And he said, what do you mean? He said, well, you're not Alan, you're Arthur's evil twin brother. And Arthur was the boy away from arises, and we for the longest time would say who's in the garage, Eleanor Arthur. And if it was Ellen, he didn't go in. But if Arthur was in there, it was a good time. So but Alan alum was so focused on mud racing that he had no room for anything else. And that's why it was such a terrible bike to deal with. And the fans would tell you that as well. But let me tell you, Jamie winker, who's suddenly become kept and happy this year for the last through all of these championship views, was he the nicest bike to be around? No. The view tried to go and talk to shine Vegas Bergen during a rice meeting. Let me tell you. He's an evil piece of work to deal with. But he's not here to win fans and influence people. He's here to win motor racing. But until you get that culture of a guy who wear the weather white cap and wear the black cap. No, but they have to. No, they don't. The whole thing about it is, it's not about whether they want to wear the black cap or the white cap. It's about having media that makes them be that way. Russell lingual love being the black hat. And we knew the deal, but that was because I nicknamed him the enforcer and suddenly you realized he could sell merchandising of painting for sat in which he's downstairs a 157 years old, still selling in for some merchandise. You know, he's still the enforcer. But the thing about it is, what's charged is not the drivers, it's not the media, it's the sponsors. So will Davison goes on the TV straight up race when he falls into that blog ran me off the road by the time he gets to the media, he's already thinking, oh, what will show think about this? What will the other spot? Oh, no, I'll wander down, because they won't be happy. Well, what you need is some sponsors who just go, you know what? You just be yourself. And Brody and will are in a team with Barry Ron, when they can do that. The other good thing is, then it's a couple of years, at least that time sponsored by boost mobile. Now, who's the most inflammatory person in pit line today? It's Peter adderton, the boss of booth by a country Mark. Well, a country kilometer. You know, they just need to be given the right encouragement to get out and speak. Instead of being muzzled all the time because of the corporate world, Lewis Hamilton is so controlled in Formula One, all of them are so controlled. Max Verstappen was one of the most outspoken is with Red Bull. And Red Bull gives them the little guy to do that. You know, it's about having a whole package. And hopefully the new ownership of supercars will understand that and take the muzzle of them and then we can have blokes having a blue, which is what it's all about. You've got to have a fine. You know, otherwise it's all too sanitized and too nicely nice. Okay. Thank you for joining us. Well, it's been a pleasure. And good to see that we got going again after you signed off for the whole day. Have a good time. The inside supercars is produced by funde media. Tune in next time for more or lock in the podcast on your ride tunes or mobile device search inside supercars. The views expressed on inside supercars, including the panelists and guests do not reflect the views of the network, thunder media or sport radio, any publication or rebroadcast of the show without the expressed written permission of thunder media is strictly prohibited.

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"anton de pasquale" Discussed on Inside Supercars

Inside Supercars

08:06 min | 9 months ago

"anton de pasquale" Discussed on Inside Supercars

"Jamie wing cap has picked up his 124th race win in supercars as the greatest of all time comes towards the end of his racing career as a main game driver. He took the win in a race that was stopped because of monsoon or rains at Sydney motor sport park. Yeah, it was fairly turned into. I don't think they get much worse than that in the dark buck taming down. It was quite a decent river across the track at turn four. And ten, one was getting a little bit hey going as well with all the puddles and everything. So it was a matter of just tip it in and hang on. As I said after the rise to the driver and we wanted to keep going. But the team owner and me thought it's a sensible we're coming back next week. You know, we can't tear up 6 or 7 cars and have a grid of about 18 next week, so it was probably I believe it was the right call in the end. The race was marred with a number of yellow flags. But it was a wing cap, who got the win in the pits. He said the track had its moments when it was drivable. He's got wet track the whole way, but actually there was quite a once once four and two got going, then there was actually some dry patches where the cars were sitting on the grid. So you're able to get in a few draw patches, get some momentum when you get to the slippery bits. So it was much easier from the back there but got a good start. When aggressive had a bit of a lunch and a tent too. And yeah, that was a nice feeling, knowing that there's plenty of spry in the dark to be at the front of the pack, obviously the preferred position. Its wing cup second win of the season and potentially his last with just a few races till his retirement after the bathurst 1000 this year. I was in the grade that haven't had a win this year, so I'm not greedy. I got one back in tassie, which is great. And yes, I would steal another one this weekend. So for me, everywhere in every party, I'm trying to turn it like it's my last. So far, there's been two races that Sydney most motor sport park with two different times combinations. We can cap said having to run two compounds in one race, similar to Formula One is his preference. I like the dual compound as long as it's over one one race. Same as F one. I don't like it when cars stack this soft tires and completely rot one rice off for another. You know, I like it like to have it. The same for everyone and every rice. But the qualifying on bit torn on the qualifying, you should have a good set of the fastest tire for every part of qualifying, you know, rather than trying to save through one part to get to the next and whatnot. So you see chase you qualify 14. These 14th, probably not, you know, but he was sort of forced to try to save his tires for the last run. I didn't quite work out for him. So I like to qualify and just know no artificial just try it out fight and then the race bit of strategy to be part of it. I'm a bit of a fan of park for me as well. So what you cast set up that you finish with is what you have to start the race with. But I am a bit more of a purist. And I just think qualifying should be flat out. No strategy. Just the quickest cars at the front. The 5th quickest car is 5th and the tenth grade car is tenth. But then for the right mix of strategy, I want to see what happens. But for somebody on the outside yeah, from the outside, which measures out of ten, you know? And that'll make it exciting. But we're here racing. Everyone's got putting 25 people in their life on the line. And well, there's plenty of people down pit lane as well also doing the same thing. So we're going to make sure that we keep it as cape appear at the same time. Anton deeper squali over the course of the weekend had one race win in race 23. In race 22, he had a mechanical problem that put him from the back of the field, and then in 24, he came home second. And talked about the weather. Yeah, pretty sketchy. Especially once it's safe to car got cold then it really started buckling down and getting pretty wet. Pretty much what Jamie said in me wanted to go again and try and fight for it, but yeah, it was on the verge of being probably two or three corners, most of the trackers are up, but there's two or three that were pretty bad. Just rivers across the track and you kind of become a passenger for part of the corner. So you never want that. Especially restart into that. Something's going to go down for sure. One of the most remarkable performances on Sunday Night at Sydney motor sport park was chaz mustard, who started at the back of the field and drive his way up to third position in atrocious conditions. Yeah, I'd first say the spray for me was actually probably the bestest ever been in that kind of wet weather conditions. I think in a daytime when you have the spray that far back, it's so glaring that you really get kind of white like water that in the eyes. Here, you see the spray, but you can still see the track limits with the yellow lines and stuff like that. So I thought it was pretty good. I think just before the safety cargo called at the end was actually probably perfect timing, more the fact of this voice said, there was a couple of quarters on the track that would just get into dangerous turn one, especially didn't matter what line you picked there, but you felt like you're about to go off in the grass and there was a couple other rhythm for the track as well. So yeah, kudos to supercars are calling that. Obviously the fans in the stands want to see, obviously a fantastic finish, but safety and cars and all that kind of stuff it was a rock called the end of day. On Saturday night at Sydney motor sport park when the weather was a bit more accompanying racing, it was Shane van gisbergen, who took the victory, and he talked about having the two different tire strategies and also made some reference to the dick Johnson racing team where Anton de pasquale had to start from the back and will Davison was starting up towards the front of the field. Yeah, it was a cool cool battle at the start, normally you're driving right around 50% just driving to the top. I thought we were only going to do 5 laps or 6 laps in my case for the hard tire, so we're just flat out everywhere and Montage was done. When I pitted and gauti said, oh, we'll probably keep going because it was a bit of a bit of a gap behind. And yeah, just it hung in there pretty good, like you could just push flat out, whereas when you put the soft on your notes a long way. So yeah, and then when I came out, I was surprised that Jamie wasn't further ahead and just drove up to him slowly and then made sure I had coal tires when I got there. He didn't get any hard running in practice, did you? Did you save them? No, we probably missed the trick there, like, you know, you don't really qualify on them and the guys next door did a good job by running them getting a feel and knowing, same with earbuds, I think did it. So maybe we missed something there, but in the race, the car was pretty speedy on hearts. Thoughts on the two tire format that we've got going on this weekend. The two Thai compound format? Yeah, I thought, before the race said it was going to be we're all put in a box and going to pit early, but it actually was okay. And you know, there was differences in speed and stuff. So it surprised me. But yeah, we'll see what happens in the race tomorrow, once people have figured it out a bit and it's going to be harder, or it might rain, but yeah, it was good just to be competitive. I guess the good DJI car wasn't up front. So we don't know if we're really that fast, but we'll see. What can I be able to watch? Yeah. But you know what I mean? We'll see how fast we are tomorrow because he'll be up front. Davison, who immediately after the race was unhappy with some of his treatment, both out of our chambe and gis Bergen, but by the time the media conference rolled around, it seemed to be all settled. I just yeah, I just asked if he saw me on the outside of one. So I think he just understood him to me. So, yeah, it's never ideal. Try and go side by.

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Anton De Pasquale graduates to the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship this year following two seasons in the Dunlop Super2 Series

Inside Supercars

03:29 min | 4 years ago

Anton De Pasquale graduates to the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship this year following two seasons in the Dunlop Super2 Series

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