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"bathurst" Discussed on Inside Supercars
"Team. So I'll definitely be asking as many questions as I can. Okay, Cameron, well, it was wonderful to watch that we saw the way in which your car climbed through the ranks. It was wonderful to see it and I look forward to being able to watch super dues from first. So all the very best, I'm sure that you will well until we let them know you're there. We look forward to talking to you maybe winton round or somewhere like that in person. Yeah, awesome. Thank you very much for having me again and yeah, when we're at the track together, let's catch up and have you on. Look forward to it, Cameron hill. Thank you for joining us again on inside supercars. 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. Oh, hey, kiddo. How was the hell? Educational. Oh, learn a new trick? Yeah, the trick to a happy, fulfilling life, maybe. I learned the mountain air unleashes my inner peace and ripping pow or the whole cruise all. You. Induces spontaneous joy. Okay. That's nice. The eyecon pass lets you do you at 50 destinations worldwide from two 49 adult, drop in for next winter now and save at icon pass dot com..
"bathurst" Discussed on Inside Supercars
"Car and we knew we always had a good chance, but it was a bit of a stuff up on Saturday to fail ride height and lose our pole position. And at the end of the day, we just have to wear it. You know, we were a bit close and probably just didn't. You know, it didn't check it. As close as we should have. So yeah, we weren't that pleased about it, but anyway, we just had to fix it and move on with our lives. Wonderful thing you and Tom sergeant, you were obviously know each other well and probably your biggest win in your career, although winning the Porsche career Cup Series is also a great accolade in the feather in your cap. Did you feel that this was a momentous sort of time? It was, yeah, it was a massive, I guess, moment for myself, certainly for Tom and our little rice team. You know, we had a pretty cracking year last year. Myself winning the Porsche Carrera Cup championship and Tom winning formula Ford for our team and so to come out and to win the 6 hour is like you say another sort of massive accolade for our team and I think it was just cool that the 6 hour had some pretty good profile this year and certainly had a lot of people watching and for obviously my sake, but also Tom, you know, he definitely shone and it can only good things can come. It always brings a great tune up for you so much. We all time coming up to your second round of the super two in person two weeks time. Yeah, it definitely always could be doing say time and racing around bath is always probably some of the best seats on you can have. Yeah, I actually had a test day at QR, the Wednesday of bath is 6 hour as well. So it's been good to be driving because sometimes you can actually go a month or two without having a lot of seat time. So right now I'm definitely feeling race fit and yeah, I was forward to personally. Cameron, you've come from an engineering family. You've grown up in and around motor sport to now have your own team to have won the career Cup championship formula four championship on multiple occasions I might add and a bath is 6 hour. What does that mean for your engineering career setting aside your racing career? Well, I guess yeah, it's pretty cool that a little team sort of had so much success. I don't think we could have ever dreamed the heights that we would have got to when we bought our first form of the Ford, all those years ago and shoved some wooden wheels on it so we could fit it in the trailer, but it's been a great journey. And I've certainly learned a lot because a lot of the classes we've raced in, we've arrived and we not have had any sort of historical data or set up and you go out there and you learn, you take educated guesses and sometimes go faster and sometimes you go, okay, well that didn't quite work. Why didn't it work? And I feel like that gives me a better appreciation and understanding of the whole big picture, you know, I can appreciate when the boys have my car, my supercar on the patch, you know, I sort of know what sort of things that you want to be focusing on to make sure your car is perfect and you are achieving the output that you want. So it's certainly been a benefit to do it the way I have done it. And I hope I can sort of carry that on and supercar teams can sort of see the value in I might be able to give some pretty good feedback on how the race cars behaving and suggest some changes as well. You had your engineer working with you on the 6 hour. What does a new relationship like that benefit by having such a big long period to get data from you about the way you perform? He's looking for human data as much as he's looking for engineering data when you're in a relationship and engineer driver relationship. Yeah, it was really great to have Diane in on board again for the 6 hour. He's also going to be engineering. Tom Sargent in sprint challenge this year like he engineered me in Carrera cup and we have a really good rapport I mean all of his technical knowledge of rice cars and we work really well because we want to get the most out of not only the car but ourselves and every time I pick the phone up to Diana I'm probably going to lose two hours because we have some pretty in depth conversation. So it was sort of good to go into the race with obviously a good understanding of each other. And from my side of things it's peace of mind because I write his ability I guess steers through the rice is a great rice brine and when you're in the car, you need to be able to trust the crew on top of everything and they certainly were they didn't put a foot wrong all weekend. So it was great to continue that relationship, but Beth is. Thomas had to watch you pull off that last move and then drive it home. What was your feeling knowing that you had this really quick car starting around the corner at baptist? Yeah. It was funny when we drive in on Thursday morning. I was like, oh, gee, that's a long way back. I really hope we don't have to start there, but maybe about jinx myself, I don't know, but we did start a long way back. It was actually quite nice. There was not many people around. It was very relaxed. We just had a bit of a chat pre race and Tom Tom had come this about him that I was pretty comfortable with him going into the race. I knew he'd be able to dig us out of that starting position. So it was okay, you know, you always glued to the screen, you sort of drive in the car with them. And every time we made a little milestone, we made it onto the TV screen. And then we sort of made it into the top ten. We're all cheering. And it was awesome. It was awesome to watch. And it really sort of set up the rest of the race for us. Your middle state and then the finish obviously were exciting parts of the race. Did you find yourself in a comfortable position with the car or were you fighting things or working through issues in the car at any stage? Yeah, it's an endurance choice at best and it's probably not that often that you just have a car that does everything it should and that's what we had on Sunday. My first stint was a double and I think I had to drive through to the lead twice. I got up to the lead and started to sort of control the gap and look after the toys, but that was probably the big part of the race we identified was it was more of a tire race than it was a fuel race for us because of the 6 compulsory pit stops that the classics cars had to do so we took four ties when there was an opportunity under safety car and then we managed to drive back to the front. But we knew that was going to set us up well for later in the race. So yeah, the first thing was quite fun. More so just staying out of trouble, making sure we have a car there for the end. And that last was a bit of a different mindset. It was sort of like, okay, now I can really sort of stretch the legs. And there's probably the first time all weekend where I had a consistent sort of clear track for a few laps. So it was good to finally settle.
"bathurst" Discussed on Inside Supercars
"Obviously a team's championship sort of move. Yeah, that is the objective for next year team championship. We see that losing Jamie and bringing Brock in. You know, there's no doubt that Brooks did a decent driver, but the team championship is going to be harder for them next year. I was having two drivers at the peak of their of their career in chaz and Nick berke is going to give us a good opportunity to have a good fight to that. Nick was in our team and then left and now has come back and who knows with Bryce as well as a fantastic kid. He's got a lot of talent. We are sad to see him go, but he's been an absolutely professional and how it's all been. And he's part of our family. So in the same way that Nick left and came back, I fully see that as an opportunity for Bryce as well in the future. One of the person I noticed isn't here is your mama, Martin. Yeah. And I imagine if you had the phone call with her yet. I don't know the phone calls I've been with the boys and we've been chatting a fair bit, but we've been texting and the TV crew from Fox Sports been filming in our garage all weekend. And we managed to get a scrum of all the guys in the team to go and raid the TV show and grabbed all the microphones and said we wish you were here Martin. So they're back home and she's very emotional and very happy for everyone in the team as well. I imagine it's over just super sad your father would have been amazing then. But you're gonna go enjoy it. There's a picture of my father in a picture frame right next to the TV. Where she was watching the race today. Great talk to you around what we're trying to do. Thank you. We will have more on our next show from bathurst, including Brock Feeney and a whole bunch more. I hope you'll join us soon. Inside supercars is produced by thunder 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.
"bathurst" Discussed on Inside Supercars
"The whole and forward. It's pretty magic. Yeah, it is. It's really cool. I think for me to do it in the teams that I've done it and you know, like it was pretty special when I was at 14, you know, because the team would take for that point. We're back to back championship frosty head in 13, so it was really cool to keep that trophy in the cabinet at the workshop there for another whole 12 months and then obviously for me coming now to walk and shore. We've been building on obviously this hot streak of run and car pace. Obviously a third here last year and we knew we didn't have the fastest package but we were pretty good and that was the focus to make it better for this year. So the teams were all history around here is absolutely amazing, you know, and it's golden air of HRT days, so to be able to put my name with some of those great jobs that have driven for this great team is really cool. No doubt later I feel the same. I'm just on that for a second. You had the opportunity to sign for a number of different things. It wasn't anyone who would have said, oh, wow, he's not there. And obviously the place has their history, you just talked about. So it's not a real surprise. It seemed to be slightly afield that you were jumping the other side so to speak. No, you gotta look at all potential and everything and at that point for me, I saw a lot of potential in this place, so I really wanted to get on board and I really wanted to try and take it by the reins and see if we could create more performance, you know and create an uplift in the team, so last year for finished 5th in the championship, I think we did was a fantastic turnaround for the first year and this year we finished third and obviously all the bathurst wins. So things are on the up. I'd like to think. Yeah, and indeed prodigal son. He was, in fact, backed by walking shows in his formula four days. Nick Perry kept coming back. And clearly Ryan talked about last night with me about, you know, James championship is that our focus. Yeah, for sure. We obviously moved up to I think we're fourth in the lane now out of the team, so that's really cool. You know, it is a little bit of a struggle when you are midline. You do lose that little bit of a advantage when it comes to these fuel races and it's endured race. So I'm looking forward to moving up the line, getting out a little bit earlier on track for quality and all that kind of stuff. But yeah, it's great to have Nick come back to the team, you know, he was he was a walker son, they brought him through into development series, so it's pretty special for him to come back. I think we got a lot to learn from him and I hope I got a lot to offer him as well and together I'm sure we can push each other along and take each other to the next level. And giving your commitments with the team, our right thing, he wouldn't be doing GCN next year. I'm not too sure, not too sure. And Lee, you're highly likely to be back there again. Yeah, well, it'd be great to be with this team again, especially if we can achieve that car. Yeah, yeah, but takes you out for you. I'm not too sure what I'm doing just yet. I think they want a better winner there. I think they do. We'll say what happens. All right, well thank you very much to cheers Walter and Lee holdsworth. The 2021 Beth was 1000 winners. Congratulations in well done to you both. Thanks very much. And I'm with Ryan walker moments after he's taken the teams tenths. I don't know if you look over. Nobody has like 5 beers. I can't remember anything anyway. Okay. I'm done. You don't have to remember my chart. I've been talking to your partners in the business. Not yet, no, no, we've been texting and sending pictures of stuff, but no, I'm not giving them a call yet, but I've been looking after the boys, and we've been able to celebrating so I'll give them a call over later on, but they seem over the moon. Well, indeed. And, of course, Zach Braille of united and Michael Andretti, you've Andretti racing. It's an amazing event for the company to now have achieved this, because we're winning bathurst. I mean, it doesn't have a championship. It certainly equals a year. Yeah, I mean, I think if you speak to Michael and Zach, their number one objective was to get a bathurst because it's like winning Le Mans. It's one of those big achievements on the Indy 500. And it's only a little mountain in the middle of nowhere in Australia, but it means a very, very big deal to a lot of people in motor sports, you know. And I know that Michael and Zach have been absolutely a 100% motivated on winning this race for quite some time as if I won one in 2011 and I've been in a bunch of podium since but not managed to get on the top step again. So it's a pretty special day for all of us. Thank you, your father not only one here as a driver, but one here is a multiple times as a team owner. I can't imagine actually being a son of somebody who's done that and to achieve that. Yeah, no, he's obviously came here with the Jags and had some success here. And this mountain is what made him fall in love with Australian Australia motor sport. Coming over here with the Jags and doing what he did, you know, we probably wouldn't have HSV wouldn't have had the Holden dominance. He had to hold a racing team for so long. And I wouldn't be here either. Doing what I'm doing now. So yeah, it's pretty cool to continue the legacy. And I'm hope that somewhere he's watching and he's a sort we did today because I think there's a lot of people in the team that did him proud. One of the things I was just saying to Anthony McDonald, your team manager that there's a great deal of happiness in the panic, not the haps that you won, but they had to stay all week. Those guys deserved it. You know, there's a great feel about it. Yeah, I mean, my phone's experience like a hundred messages on my phone and a lot of them from other people and other teams, a lot of the drivers, other people within supercars. I think a lot of people have been involved in civic cars, have seen the journey that we've been on. I've seen a lot of the shit that we've been through and the tough times. And I've seen the huge amount of work that is incredibly talented group of people in my team have put into trying to get us back into more competitive competitive situation. And we've had a few wins. You've had plenty of podiums over the last couple of years. But really topping off with about this is what we really wanted to do to reestablish ourselves. And to get a bit of reward for the efforts. So I think that a lot of people have seen that. A lot of people have noticed that from the inside supercars, TV series that we did. And hopefully a lot of the fans are really happy as well because you know they've stuck with us through thick and thin to a lot of ups and downs. And we've got a very, very special and large fan base and I'm just incredibly proud that we've managed to give us something to celebrate today. One of the things about today also was that your other driver, Bryce Paul would finish 6, which I think is fantastic. He's put in a great job Warren love his performance for you. But the fact that Bryce got there in the end did a couple of really great passing moves, made the day work for him. And while he's moving on, you've got a protege of walking shows for many years in Nick Perkins coming back. That's.
"bathurst" Discussed on Inside Supercars
"Today, on inside super cast, we look back at the bath as 1000 as Tony whitlock sorks to the winners, chasm mastered and Lee hallsworth, and also the winning team owner, Ryan more control. We hope you enjoy Chinese chat with the top step. Welcome to each other because the special moment here we're back at Beth is Monday the day after. Then it looked at saw and sorry, actually, I'm rather surprised by the chairs. Don't be fooled. I'm full. Ladies actually run it on some pretty high E85 right. I'm still waiting till the hangover to kick in. Cheers, first of all, you've had some of the very lowest lows and a high, but now this is a very high high because it was a runaway. I wouldn't say run away. We had to definitely work for it and safety cars come at the end there to put us back under pressure and obviously it's hard to shoot at the start, but I suppose Lee made me look pretty good because when he was in the car he was doing a fantastic job and just a really enjoyable rice, you know, it's not very often that laugh off the lap, you're one of the quickest cars on track and it's a real credit to the team for giving us that rock chip and they obviously we wouldn't be here standing here this morning without the awesome team we got behind us so yeah we were just very privileged and two of the luckiest blogs are in the pit lane. I'm not saying you're beyond your user like that, but it must be a very personal surprise to come here at the car speed which you had all the way through practice and then come away with this result. Yeah, yeah, we just had to take advantage of this amazing situation where the car rolled out just on the money straight away and all week, we've had so much fun driving this thing and yeah, it's been so cool to be able to push a car around this mountain as hard as you can, but without having huge moments thinking that you're going to end up in the wall. It was just so comfortable to drive. And yesterday, man, that race was just so fun. Stressful at the same time, but yeah, just to bring it home and get that victory. It's my identity attempt. Finally got one on the trophy, so really special, really special to share it with chaz, my mate. And the W 8 new team. Yeah, yeah, it's fantastic. And I understand that well, I can see actually that one stage has got to be complicated there towards the end. That one 21 30 or something like that, when Shane was in front of you. And suddenly, the traffic started coming back to it towards you. Yeah, Borg me out pretty bad there I turned to and then created the other cars that kind of be pretty close to me, which got a little bit dangerous at that point in the race where you could easily end up in the fence or not be able to finish your race, so like I said before we've Shane trying to do that to be able to do it really is confidence that he knew we had a fantastic car and we were the guys to beat so for him to try and do that to us. It was confidence inspiring, even though we kind of come off third or fourth best out of that scenario I was able to get back one and then obviously the pit lane time was quite good for us with that strategy at that point, so we got the track position back at that point so I was good. There was no one here I think in pit lane who was surprised when you guys won. It's not that when I say run away win, you had the car speed. You had any track position, obviously you regained after that very early start. But the thing was enrolling seated really early on. You know, in after like 100 G we're not looking that good. Yeah, I think Lee said, definitely I think we were the ones to beat. I mean, we were in the top three of every session all weekend and the car speed was just there every session, even with little changes we were chasing the car was still well and truly in the window and so it was ours to lose, I suppose, but they don't they never come easy this place, a dollar part can end your day. You've seen it before where you know what year was it gave you was off Paul and clutch went to the floor and you know they could be over before you even get to turn two, so yeah at the end of the day I would say people not surprise you when you always surprise whoever wins bath is because they've done a fantastic job in a team to get there and so I don't know. Maybe just so. It's all going on here in a few lines. But anyway, yeah, it's just like rifle to convert that car speed and start Paul because everyone puts a mocker on starting poll never wins it because it's such a long race, so you always have those little things back in mind, but manly, we just really leaned on each other. Good this week and make sure we got all that stuff out of our mind and we literally went into race just seeing whatever happens that I happen we've done the best job we can. Given that this is the input has given it's the last round and the unusual COVID times. The last round, it gives you a great influence for next year. Yeah, but you know like we just came off four rounds SMP and we definitely weren't the quickest card there but all I've heard and I haven't talked to shippy and various people around. You were working through things here. You were trying things on the car. And so it was a development phase. For sure, yeah. I'd say we learned it. We learned a lot through the four rounds S&P, we tried each different philosophies. Our best way again was probably our last weekend there. And that's the kind of philosophy we bring, bring here, but give a lot of different track service here compared to SMP and SMP itself is a very unique track. So you really need a perfect car to be quick at SMP and here I think that the track group coming up, it really put out a smack bang right in the middle of the window. Yeah. And congratulations on your TCR title. Oh, thanks. First one in a while. Four was the last one. Yeah, I think ten or 11 years or something. Maybe longer. Well, that was good, you got that out of the way on Friday or whatever. Yeah, you had to do that one really tough. I mean, obviously crashed the practice one. That wasn't ideal and to be honest, the guys that had made the job to put it back together, but we had a few little issues and quality and then the race we had a really bent rim on the front axle, which was quite bad and I just hang on for 9th, so yeah, it was great to be able to put that for exact a lot of fun in that series this year and then I think it all kind of felt like good confidence building from there from the start of the weekend so and obviously the record qualifying lap. That was really cool. I mean, that car was so fantastic to drive, so we had to take that lap time back out of the dash, because when you were going to get close to that in the race, so yeah, it was just an unbelievable week for me to have three massive achievements. It's pretty cool. And of course, you join an illustrious least of winners in more than one mic. And it's a very long list, actually nowadays because obviously Craig and Jamie have it Steven and Jim Richards, scuffy, there is a list, but to win it in both mates, particularly.
"bathurst" Discussed on Deeply Upsetting
"I feel like i've done not ghosting. Usually it was pretty good about sending a message feeling k. That hey hi if you send them a voice text in that voice. They probably wouldn't be sad at they'd be like. Oh wow okay. Bullet moves or if they facetime to you while you were pooping. Guess because that's on heroin. That's how i get all the ladies that's why we don't have the fucking meghan trainor bathurst if he puts that much energy into his poops. Imagine how much manager who puts into his relationships because it's a clear line there with the correlation again and again and again. I can quote many studies on the matter. You yourself. I wrote in cram when i was a child. Wow you're really ahead of your time. Really has a keened clearly so yet. No i think i think no matter how you slice it with the first thing i think first incredibly awkward and in the first place so i know for me. I don't put a lot of energy into the first date for the most part because Even if it goes really well okay. Cool like i'm excited but you don't you'd never know when the other shoes drop so Going into third day. I'm like okay. This might be going somewhere. Second date is like okay. We we want to see each other again. So that's a good sign. Yeah walk everyone through your process of your entire feelings. Meet start dating funny third day like we're going to fuck just like that and you say it right away experience. I see it when we're talking about the third date on the second day really jarring loudly restaurant. Fuck date date so you wanna go on. Fuck date fatigue thurday that should be the common parlance for it on. That'd be amazing. we i did. I'm going on thuc data on tuesday and i go. It's just fuck date. It's not even like the no. No fuck date allow really intends to shave..
"bathurst" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"Fourth liner guy. Okay six minutes and nights or whatever and he's making you know eight hundred grand or one point two or something like that right right a pittance these days. Cv chill okay million dollars and the guy was trying to grab one point four from them and they were only offering me. I would get that. I would get that you know. Then i'm going. No let go then you know or you know if he says well i'm going to hold out. It might seem pretty weird because while you're you're kind of replaceable. You know. But but i would understand it more like a thirty percent jack in my in my salary but but we're this guy's at stevie it i don't know i'm trying to come up with a solution with these wholesale. Okay okay. we're we're two million apart on a frigging eight million dollar a year guy or whatever he is okay. So here's what we're gonna do. You're gonna play hockey okay. You're coming on here and you're gonna lay some up and you're going to be at center ice okay at the start of the first game. Okay here in ottawa. Or wherever the other two. I don't know we're we're gonna just shelve it. We're going to table at for another day or something okay. We'll we'll come up with some sort of solution. But anyway when i whenever i float that argument All the all the guys on the job. Oh no you're you're super you're stupid that doesn't happen res- nap happen right however again. I'm not backing down it. Just it just has sort of greed and and you know no humility written all over it one the things we don't know exactly we don't know exactly what's been offered or what's been demanded what we do know i think and i think it's safe to say because just last month rating projects teammate. Drake bathour sohn resigned with the club. He too is an our fa bathurst and that absolutely no problem getting a deal done. Bathurst deal was a six year contract worth thirty.
"bathurst" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"Drake bathurst six year deal worth almost thirty million dollars. So i think that's a good thing when you see this from two perspectives. In that the organization vowed a few years ago they were going to spend what it takes starting in two thousand twenty one in hopefully having unparalleled success was eugene melnyk words this is assigned toward that and that is very good. I think for a skeptical fan base and then on top of that bathurst and also serves notice that basically the ottawa senators aren't a problem for good young players around the league that this is. They're not averse. I guess is what. I'm saying to going long term with the senators even though there are people around the league who would suggest all my god. They can't wait to get out of there. Well bathurst was happy to commit. Thomas schubert was happy. Commit call in white as well. and so. that's that's all good signs for the organisation moving forward. Maybe maybe the guys are melnik was kind of going sideways right In the end you know everyone's take was you know if you don't straighten up man or at least pipe down. Okay at least pipe down and conform a little bit with what sort of ordinary with an owner in the league. Like doing interviews in your own town stuff like that. Yeah i think goulashes just say less do less and the and the longer you stay silent the more the fans like it because it seems like any sort of animosity that exists in the fan base. It's like that moment. Where you your poor the butane or whatever. The barbecue lighter is poor. That on the fire in his walsh and every everything starts up again. If you gene melnik could manage to stay out of the press not talk. Just don't talk at all. It's so much better for the organization because there's so many people who just disliked the guy. Well well the the group of people i'm talking about who would like them or dislike and that would make a difference. The players right is is so you know it is an owner. So awry is he. Is he so off-base. Is he so unpredictable. That that a player would look at that and go. I don't wanna go there. I don't wanna go there. And i it's probably it's probably about a thirty seventy meaning seventy percent of the guys won't give shit they're like i don't care Know i wanna go to a hockey team. Want to sign a deal and and of course everyone wants to win but there might be another thirty percent of the guys go on. I wanna be a part of that deal this organization. You know they'll all get to sign contracts team so it's not like it's not like they're they're worried that they won't get paid or get their money but You know would you. Would you wanna play there. And and that's a good chunk of people. In my estimation there are going to go now so so. That's a problem right. So you gotta get the owner onside but.
"bathurst" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast
"She was known for her love of singing and dance. She had many friends whom she met while attending school within the agley afon school district. North madison was last seen by her father around. Seven thirty am on the morning of may eleventh two thousand twenty one. She'd been walking away from her residence in the direction of her school bus stop. The teenager was reported missing by our father at eleven eighteen pm. That night after missing curfew. Despite her age age an amber alert was not issued as police felt. It didn't meet the criteria necessary for one in a later news. Reports in an investigator with the bathurst. Police force admitted that members of its criminal investigation division had considered submitting a request to the royal canadian mounted police j. division but realized they wouldn't be able to. According to law enforcement the following four criteria must be met for an amber alert to be issued. One police have confirmed in. Abduction has occurred to the victim is a child of proven physical and mental disability or three. There is reason to believe the victim is in danger of serious physical injury or for there is information available to prove a broadcast to the public. But help in the safe recovery of the victim. This is why it's so very important that the owl application for missing persons is downloaded by everyone that child or elderly adult today right now. Everyone knows anyone who could go missing. No matter how small that chance may be needs this free missing persons phone app again. No matter how small you may feel the risk..
"bathurst" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi
"And i'm an extrovert. You may have picked up on that house the show to get it it must. I must get it out i. I'm so thankful for that. I'm so. I'm so thankful that that is my that's my dna. And therefore i joke about this but it's honestly true. I mean i was literally picking up friends on the street. Almost because we're in cova. And i've gotta talk it out and i've gotta cry out and i've got to walk it out so i had to find people to help me do and i have a good circle. I have a very good circle. But i have i literally. Mother has teased me. I am the only person in the world that has found more new friends who cova d- than anybody else. Okay heard up until i was constantly. I was telling the story. I was telling you right so you know my friend would call and say ready for walk. Yes and then away. We'd go and i'd be. I be a verbalizing it constantly right and i'm doing this over and over and over and by christmas. I'm just like exhausted. I'm exhausted from doing this. and anyone. That has lost chant. Some apparent to child is different. Those first holidays. And what the audience doesn't know this that i lost my daughter in law and by two grandchildren back to bathurst new brunswick which is eleven hundred A thousand miles down. The road know k. N. kovac and i. I literally have not seen them for seven and a half months but we have just come back from bathurst by the way mark. I didn't tell you that but we just had weakened bashur solitaire great and it was. It was amazing. But but you can appreciate i'm nail. We've gone through all this. it's christmas it's just like let me breathe in. Let me breathe out. Let me get through..
"bathurst" Discussed on The Current
"Doses is the lowest in atlantic canada. So they're putting clinics in bowling alleys. Cbc reporter. Gary moore spoke to neil larsen about what it's like to get his shot at the bull rama in bathurst very easy very convenient walk it. I'm in and out in five minutes. And i got a gift card for bowling. There was hilarious. I never would've guessed would have been at a bowling alley. But i live down two blocks down. Couldn't have been any easier. Okay so take me through the process again. You go to the bowling alley. Yeah what does it look like. While the first part it's actually like a little discotheque video. Arcades thing you sit down and you give your form you walk over the shot honestly. It was quite easy. What do you think should be You know do. We need to be more creative in our approach to reach this this reluctant or hesitant segment of the population. Yeah what a great strategy. So i'll be honest. I think in my opinion. Accessibility plays a much larger role than incentivizing people to get vaccinations. I think the aspect of the bowling alley being two blocks away from dispersants home is really the key critical aspect if we can put a vaccine clinic within two blocks of every single person in canada. I think we would have a much better chance of actually reaching that. Elusive bird immunity. The issue is we have to meet people where they are and where people are not necessarily where we're giving people vaccines but there are two approaches. Typically there's the carrot and there's the stick quebec is now talking about bringing in vaccine passports. So you would need to prove that you've been vaccinated if you wanna get into things like gyms or theaters or concerts jason. What do you think about that. You think. We may need to get a little tougher at the end of the day. Well you know. I come from a business standpoint right. It'd be working in areas of the world where i've got a produced by yellow fever vaccine carter every time that i go through to entry into into those regions so i understand that the reasoning behind it the probably have to gain appreciated in sabina. Certainly hit this with with mobile. Clinics is a we have to ensure that there is vaccine equity across different populations. And certainly when we think about passports in this idea of proving that you've been vaccinated. We don't want to gain further that that distance that we have with people that have simply not been able to potentially get back scenes For whatever reason including the fact that that this simply the timings of the clinics have not worked so but we've got to be very very careful on this a yes we wanted. Short people are back saved. We wanted show that we don't see lord spreader events with with unvaccinated in backstage people. you know potentially mixing in having vice being distributed but we want to ensure that people also are getting as open access and open of information as they can to to be able to to get vaccinated sabina. I i've i've had so many conversations with with friends who are feeling a certain frustration that borders on anger with with the segment of the population. That is outright refusing to get vaccinated..
"bathurst" Discussed on Uncommon
"Okay so you got that going you doing. The online stuff actually sold the maybe was yourself did a campaign with logitech. Yes that come by agency yes. Yeah what's the name kit kitty. Also my cat's name. Can i tell you how angry about this. 'cause i got off the exact same deal. Okay and we're not going to disclose how much pay generously. It wasn't as much as the title daylight coming back. It's coming but it won't he's paid-in decio yours did and now i did. 'cause i'm responsible person i go. We'll before i looked at in. I'm gonna look at my calendar and then i went. Oh that that not today because they'll coming from overseas to shoot this stuff with australian credit licence way here for these days. You have to be here and went. Sorry i mean to state. I'm not a melvin. I can't do it. And i had to turn down. A lot of money doesn't check. He's calendar any justice superlight today and check my calendar stuff onto. I made it. I was late. And that's rude. But i'm here. I think it's like i was saying look l. a. I'm pretty sure old interviews with dumb with the You've been light. Yeah yeah because i'm always lead to show i've respect for our team. Yeah but i respect for other people not overspent. He's one and i'd say you're sorry i just have to admit logitech you miss out on that then louis realizes about a week toy right now in this part of the story. It sounds like i've made a good decision. But let luke finish. And then he goes. Oh shit of double book myself. i'm in bathurst. i gotta do this logitech. You'll forget it. I triple booked myself. I also agreed to host some fucking terrible bingo. not in fucking sydney. Do you remember yes. Did you go do that. Yeah hell we had. We were lucky that we had three days off between shows so we hung out and ba'athist rose some showers for like three days. And that's one of the worst places i've ever been I'm sorry i'm not sorry if you at least from them move. Yeah your town is based of motorsport. Pippa every checked out the track not a track. It's a road houses on it. Yeah on the track. The tractor house to the only reason people live in bathurst is because so many people have been poisoned by the race car. Fumes than if they get too far away from the ventilator. They'll die does everyone and ba'athist lives that connected to a ventilator. It's the whole city. We got there. It looks like a code word..
Interview With Racing Driver Alexander Rossi
"Okay folks. This should be fun. We've got a famous racing driver on the show alexander rossi's in the house. This dude races indycar. He races prototypes. He's had a hand in bathurst sat. Hand formula one. He sat a hand off road. And he's telling us stories about all of it. Alexander rossi is on the smug tire podcast. It's from indiana alexander. Rossi is in the house or virtually. What's up man not much. Thanks for having me your welcome. Thank you for dive bombing in zach. Let's get him back. Because i don't wanna look at me. The audience wants to see alex and yet there is with a beautifully soft zoom background approp- appropriate for working from home. Welcome thank you. I'm i'm happy to be here. Happy that in this day and age we can still at face to face contact. Bertish again which i would have bought zoom stock Year ago a year ago the were skype was verb skype. Nothing anymore but that was like skype was the was kleenex a year ago. Where do they go. I mean has anyone dropped the ball harder than skype zooms product. Really that much better though. I think i think we'll we're not we don't use zoom we're using switzer cast but zoom. I think zack zoom the first one to do the the multiple boxes. Zillow allow you to do group chatting. Can you do that on skype Skype followed zoom and skype is far worse. It's quite bad okay. I guess that's that's be it was all about all about the group chat presume I just want to start with like what the hell is it. Like to be a racing driver in the last twelve months like is it. Weird is it. It's less cool than it was fourteen months ago. Just it's it's amazing. How much the fans. I mean to any sport but yeah to racing. You know there's because we don't really see them in the middle of race because you're in a car and it's not a stadium type sport so much of the pre event build up. An energy is all fan related. So that goes away. You're kind of like on the grid about to do this race when it's kind of like cool. This is weird. I feel your practice or something's a practice race. Shouldn't something like that. Because you're right. Show the driver introductions and the fireworks and the parade lap and all that sort of thing and when that goes away. You're just getting in your car and driving around in circles to people have they done. Did they have they tried to do. I mean look. Obviously everyone's doing doing their best to make make it work and keep keep people employed and keep people entertained and you know from drivers to crew people to whoever tv people and whatnot. Have they tried to do anything. That was really a good faith effort to take something that was formerly in person and and make it virtual where you're just like. Oh god this does not work. Yeah kind of and like it's a good segue like. I'm so thankful that we're able to get a season in the first place right. That was always a big concern. When this when this all kind of kicked off on march like are we going to raise his racing exists and all this stuff so it was a huge effort from the promoters in the series teams. All kind of finagle. Their way and make make a season happen but yeah the series tried a lot of different virtual kind of fan meet and greets in sponsor appearances. And it was. It was a necessary evil. Sure but i about the fact that. I just cannot wait for the day that you were back to in person attendance. Just because it's so it's so strange because sometimes like you have these these meet and greets but like people don't really wanna talk to you so you're just sitting there trying to engage audience. That doesn't have anything to ask. And you're like well. I have this for launch. Today i grew up in california. And it's just it's very strange. You lose that human to human interaction but nonetheless we're all adapting. It's all good. It's a it's a very much a first world problem and on unhappy to to start the season here next weekend.
"bathurst" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast
"Amherst did not really want to put down a rebellion in seventeen seventy six and he certainly did not wanna get handed this mess in seventeen seventy eight. It's hard though to say no. If the king requests that you take command therefore amherst had to make clear to the ministry that he was not on board with their plan in order that he did not get the offer. Amherst insisted that he would need an army. Of at least seventy five thousand in america more than double the current troop levels without that amherst believed there was no chance of success. Since the ministry was not willing to build and deploy such a large army to america they ended up passing on amherst even if germain wanted them gone. The how brothers had many powerful and influential supporters in london. The king was not ready to accept. How's resignation and lay the blame. Their the king also did not want to get rid of lord germain or lord north both of whom were implementing the policies he wanted. The king did not think he had any alternatives. Who would prosecute the war more forcefully. As a result the ministry made no personnel changes as they argued through january. Seventeen seventy eight about what they should do. Next by the end of january though it was clear that either lord germain or general how had to take the blame for the mess in america. The king told lord north to decide which of them should go. North opted to keep germaine. This decision as expected created a political firestorm the chancellor lord bathurst threatened to resign in protest. Bathurst was a childhood friend of the hell brothers and possibly even a distant relation. He clearly was in the how camp and did not support north's decision to remove them to keep the cabinet from falling apart. The king ordered germane to write a letter to how which was vague in its purpose. Germain's letters said that how was to come back to london for consultations but that the king remained confident that general. How could win the war and instructed him to prepare a series of attacks on new england ports for the coming year in the meantime since all the military. Commanders seemed to think that winning would require more soldiers than the government could afford to produce. The ministry began looking at other strategies that would not require holding large swaths of land in america before they approved the seventeen seventy six shock and awe campaign led by the hell brothers. Many in london had pushed for a more naval centric operation where the british navy would maintain a blockade of the continent performing only coastal rates. The hope was that the misery of no trade would eventually result in popular opposition in america to the patriot cause and lead to a negotiated peace. The ministry was again considering. This approach is january turned into february. The ministry waited to see. France would actually sign a treaty with the us and go to war with britain. The king even suggested that they abandoned new york and philadelphia they would retain garrisons only in quebec nova scotia and the florida's from there they would simply maintain a naval blockade with no army presence within the rebellious colonies..
"bathurst" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast
"The one question to ask them. Have you done your research. What is it about them. That inspires you the interest you That is driving is designed to meet them and get media clear on your one key question and then ask them that question so for example. I don't know what your client does that. Let's imagine she wanted to connect with some senior leader in bathurst or some senior business owner in bathurst getting contact and say. Can i die you coffee and grabbed fifty minutes of your time because i want to ask you. What is the one thing you would recommend do being new to this community in terms of trying to connect with influential people invest. Because you've done it. And i want to learn for me because when you plan on your question people will answer or they will connect you in with somebody else who can answer that question. Better the worst thing you can do is go. Can i grab your coffee. can we meet for. Coffee is like the biggest time was wasted on. So if your client is about getting radically on what it is that she's looking for interns of will support. Who's counting missing from her network and then i'd first of all reach out and be brave enough and courageous enough to ask the people already that she can you introduce me to somebody Can you connect me in. Wins and then identify where to hang out and get ready clear on who. He's going to be what questions you want to ask. And eight requires you to technique. It's not gonna come to you without putting in and i come to. Many people is like motion website. And i'm wondering why that's my traffic coming to it. It's you have to put in the exit to drive traffic as the signed with this building a network that matters to you requires commitment. A quiet time requires energy. It requires you to give more than you can take initially and it requires you to care about the people that you meeting with. But if he put in that effort it becomes someone said to me the other day. I get it janine. It's not short term game long-term game. I said yeah absolute because it becomes one of the powerful assets within your arsenal that will allow you to achieve whatever you want to change. So that's fabulous advice and she'll get so much value out of your answer. So thank you for that. I've got a client in the different end of the spectrum. He's a high level. Ceo he's grown. The business by sixty percent over the last four years like huge huge growth and he actually does those roles promoter pit crew buck your teacher ad nauseam for other people and he has very little in his campaign so he's time more..
"bathurst" Discussed on KGO 810
"You for Bathurst and it's been a pleasure gang and I look forward to the next time we get a chance to talk on KGO eight community lockdown coronavirus of the elderly IBM Kate's a new York city suburb is under lockdown with an outbreak of more than one hundred coronavirus cases you Rochelle is a particular problem governor Andrew Cuomo said the number of cases continues to rise in that community this is the single greatest public health challenge we have in the state right now so the state is creating a one mile radius containment zone around the town schools and other large gathering spots will be closed for at least two weeks the National Guard is being brought in to deliver food and supplies to quarantine people Steve cast about New York the head of the centers for disease control has advised a house committee that health experts are most concerned about the effects of coronavirus on nursing home patients this is our vulnerability Dr Robert Redfield tells lawmakers so far of the people who have died as a result of the corona virus outbreak most have been nursing home patients this is a really a priority to get that up and running section control up and running by the technical assistance this is our number one vulnerability right now Dr Redfield also says he's concerned about more coronavirus cases coming from Europe and the possible spread of the virus to Africa Linda Kenyon Washington the death toll from the coronavirus has climbed to at least twenty nine in the U. S. Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden both cancelled rallies because of the outbreak Wall Street has rebounded from yesterday's staggering losses correspondent Alex Acosta reports the major indexes all rally they watch the Dallas swing between gains and losses all day today only to end in the green deep in the green more than one thousand points cutting in half that massive loss yesterday a more than two thousand points on Wall Street the S. and P. five hundred closed up one hundred thirty six points the nasdaq also up by triple digits closing up three hundred ninety.
"bathurst" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Ponds Bay. Two months passed without incident. Then we ended. Lancaster sound and approached. The sketchley trotted islands along the coast and we counted great mountains of floating ice and we had only a few hours of twilight each day. We crossed the seventy fifth parallel North into Wellington Channel to Bathurst island last of the islands on my match with a change northwest us waste Gail Sleep and heavy fog at forced us to a bath. Crawl a mammoth ice floes. That closed in all around us the ESA even I on the temperature I answer don six degree small time getting the temperature still nothing zero. What do you think of this lead and take maybe the better back out to hear back? I'll take a look back. outwear acting Rutta won't respond fix Ed Lee just getting spoiled a captain. Coptic seems to be closing down on us on all couch. Doc was the lead moved in closer until a man could jump to the ice from either side of the and then the Jessica was through the acts making her own but slowly we lost feet. It finally ship gave up to the ice. If Rose Stop Engines was disturbed. Asha Captain Blake. Looks like we can forget about looking for a young Franklin and his ships be frozen and they're going to have to look out for our own lives you bet You are listening to Arctic rescue. Tonight's presentation in Radio's outstanding theatre of thrills suspense sixty four years ago January thirty First Nineteen Nineteen fifty-six suspense on Classic Radio Theater. The conclusion comes up in just three minutes on this Friday edition right here on your favorite station. How did you sleep last night? I can guarantee you. I slept better than you did. Unless you. You've got a my pillow you know. Get the best sleep.
Rats are taking over Toronto
"Me. I guess, It's called but I would wanna mazafa see more information Obea, about and in it what is areas the technical are term there. Not a lotta for rats these in shiver. how often That do goes we test through your this? body And I don't when think that I play they have the sound. that information right now. Those are rats and rats are gross. I'm sorry. If you personally don't mind them, or even if you have a cute pet rat, or whatever their dirty little things, and they're actually not even that little. But in most cities in the world, they are everywhere and for various reasons in almost all of those cities, they are, multiplying. So those cities need a plan they need information and consultation and ways to if not a radical the past Ben to keep them out of homes and schools. Keep their population under control. Many of those cities do have plans for battling the invasions but Toronto currently does not which leads to moments like this, the video is short and grainy, but shows many rats running back and forth and inbetween garbage bins in the alleyway. Floor in Bathurst swarming. Swarming in and out of the whole swarming back and forth across the alley a carpet of rats. I mean it was really bad. I'm sorry, I had to do that to you, but it's not likely to be the last viral rat story out of Toronto. So what needs to happen. Now, should they city be responsible for rats on people's private property? How have other cities countered rat infestations, and why in God's name, do these things get to us so badly. Jordan heath Rawlings, and this is a big story. I shuttered like six times while researching Amy Dempsey is a feature writer for the Toronto Star who somehow spent weeks focusing on rats high can you start don't even know why I'm asking you this. But it was so disturbing so rats crawling up your toilet. That is not an urban myth. No that happens. And, you know, a have a live in the east end of Toronto. And part of the Facebook community group, these wonderful places where people come to tell scary stories, and I've seen at least a half a dozen people say that it has happened to them and often provide photo evidence and just to be sure I asked if you exterminators like can this really happen. And how does it happen? Yeah. It happens regularly pest control professionals will get a call in the morning from someone screaming in hysterics, because rat has come up their toilet and sometimes people find it. They are dead. And that's that's frightening enough and other times it's come up in the toilet seat is open. So the rat has gotten into the house that way and is running around the house, having come up through the toilet in one case, somebody wrote about having a rat come up while they were using the toilet so that would be that would be the next level frightening. How did you start your deep dive into Toronto's horrendous rat problem? That community Facebook group, actually inspired it. I think you'd probably that group probably inspires a lot of stories. So I kept seeing on my local community Facebook group reports of rats of people having rats in their properties and of people who have lived in Toronto for decades and had never seen rats before. And now all of a sudden had them. And so that's, that's where it started. I wanted to see well, is this a problem? That's increasing. Is this something that I need to worry about? That's usually where a lot of my story started something I need to worry about. And then I, I yeah, I find out the. Outsor- so compared to five years, ten years ago is Toronto's rat problem worse. We don't have good data on this. But we do have what I think is pretty decent anecdotal evidence that it is worse. First of all, we have pest control professionals in Toronto, saying, ten years ago or twenty years ago, I got no calls for rats and now rats could be my main business, or they're saying, we've seen reports for treatment for rats increase in the in the past few years in particular, but particularly over the over the past decade, an international expert known as New York City's rats are told me that this is the case around the world, and it's because of increasing populations and urban areas and number of other factors it would be great, if we had data to back this up in Toronto, but we don't have a good pool of data, but why not we don't really collect all the data we could we have property standards complaints. We have records of property standards complaints in the city of Toronto. But that's a very specific type of. Complaint. It's when I might live next door to you, Jordan, and I see that you have a dilapidated shed, and it's really gross, and you're not keeping it up. And maybe I think there might be rodents in there, and I would call the city of Toronto and complain. But my neighbor Jordan's shed and the city of Toronto would then investigate. It's a property standards complete to municipal licensing and services. But if I call as a resident and say that I have a row, I've seen rats on my property going through my yard. I'm worried where they coming from. I don't know. The city doesn't take that information at all. They don't collect data on a rat complaints like that. And they're missing out on a lot because I've seen a lot of people post on a different online groups that they've tried to make a complaint in the city won't just won't accept their information. The city basically says, oh you have to call a private pest control company. Is that standard how to other cities handle it in comparison other cities seem to do a better job? Chicago is a really interesting example. They have extensive data on, on the rats in their in their city. And in fact, they have so many rat complaints that they've been called to the rat capital of America, but a dubious distinction, but I've been I've been told that this is largely because they're just so good at collecting data about rat complaints. They really encourage citizens to report any rat citing at all. They will investigate your rat problem on your property, if you call them, so there's an incentive, you're getting sort of a free assessment of, of your potential rat situation. Somebody to help whereas in Toronto, that's not going to happen. They have just an enormous amount of complaints, and they use that data to track where they're seeing the most rut, Radic tippety in the city and to -ticipant where they might see more red actively in the future. So they're using it to tackle their problem. What is Toronto doing? We are in the midst of a rat study. So. April counselor antibiotic asked the city in emotion to investigate the rat problem because she had been seeing really big increase in the number of complaints from residents and business owners around businesses on, on Bloor street in the West End. She sort of said something has got to be. We have to find out what is happening here. If if we are having an increase in rats and what to do about it. So that was more than a year ago now and that study is still ongoing. It's expected to come at the end of the year, which is, you know, it's been two summers. It'll be two summers that people have still gone with having their, their rat problems. When you talk to, I guess, pest control experts, what kinds of things could be driving rats to people's houses if the number of anecdotal complaints are up do they offer any lick how does that actually happen? Well, first of all, people are messy we with, with more people in the city comes more trash and some people store, their trash, really well, and other people don't. So in one neighborhood, you could it could be one problem property owner, who who isn't really taking care of their trash, who's leaving food out who's creating a space that in which rats can thrive like maybe an old junkie garage that isn't well-maintained and rats have chosen to live there and are eating whatever is being offered on the property, and then the rats can become a problem for the entire surrounding area. So more more humans more trash
"bathurst" Discussed on Inside Supercars
"Sport radio dot com dot EDU. Chaz interesting of the plenty of laps and he getting ready for the Mustang. Knicks man. Yeah. I mean, it's been a fantastic off season foam. It was civic Qazvin doing plenty of different races here there and all around the world. And yeah, this weekend was fantastic to be at twelve hours snits motorsport again and looking forward to having a couple of days off before back to work for civic house. So yeah, I'm a need for holiday, actually, how hard is it to rice in one country halfway round the Wildman back it up the next weekend? As being good experience. I mean, the jet and all these things, and it really wasn't as tough as what I thought. It would be this way racing. Pretty pretty rooted to on us the Manley's such an unforgiving place, isn't it? Yeah. Today was super hard. And there's things failing and stuff it as a tough slog to the end so called for free. Bogged getting out rice cau- in my whole career. So Hello, go back home have a day often get back to Jim how hard is it for you notice which ETA JT mode and switching to supercar mode. Is it is it a natural change for you? Yes. A little tricky. But I mean, it's pretty the most amount of GT running back to back. So it's always a challenge to go back and forth. But I mean I've done so because we're quite a few years now. So hopefully today and is still in me. We had an interesting chedda over the off season with the dead. And just it's been fascinating to see. How you guys have bonded IV racing career. Yeah. I wouldn't be able to do it. I do without him. And I mean, like voice said is the that he doesn't come to the racetrack anymore. Be a different outlook on full Mesa. Very lucky to have the love and support my family that comes traveling me a lot. And and yeah, I mean, like I said, it's it'd be different if he doesn't come and she had a little bit older now and stuff allowed to get a little bit more grumpy a bit like, maybe it's I mean, I've inside lucky. Mojo law studies. He's supported me the best way you can got me to where I am today. And you sort of haven't lost any love for just competing in just getting there and driving. Now, I love it. I mean going head to head with some of the best in the world. It's been prod prod the also mom. Career. They made you go ahead. Heavy guys like easy in the lost in here who which even from civic is a here. It's pretty cool and. Yeah. I'd love your there's bathrooms twelve hour. One one year last year was going to be a good opportunity for it wasn't meant to be. Hopefully, I can have a few more cracks it yet. And I guess one of the other things is you appreciate just how high level super is in the engineering and the cop preparation and in in what they put on the track when you go and see what the others are doing massively. It's you learn a lot of different things or you're traveling around the world rice for different teams. But it does show that you know, what sip because capable of and does competitions for the roof. This year is going to be pretty cool to rice Mustang. I mean think about holiday just thanks for your time kiss. Let's say Marlene go back astrology as name j drummer must be an interesting life too. As an angel even sightings drive a drug around the world that must be an interesting type of professional rice in Korea compared to the lucky lead size, the cab driver. Well, first of all it was very very fortunate to to have made my passion my job. I mean, I think anyone anyone who can who can call his passionate job is is fortunate. Certainly for me racing cars. It's always been the dream and the Severi happy. Obviously, there's there's a bit of a difference between supercars and racing GT's frame g but in in the essence, always, you know, focusing trying to extract more performance both from yourself from the caller and the team. So that's what what life centered around. And and for me, it's always been something. I've enjoyed the the competitive aspect of it and trying to improve as a team is a group because that's one very important thing. You know, it's it it is a big team sport, the whole thing doesn't work if if not every single person does his job, and and everyone fulfills his part. So at the end, you know, must drivers oversee we get set on the podium, but. We're representing a whole group of people who've dedicated their their life and their time. To making the best possible car calling the right strategies putting everything in place. So it's it's it's a big big team family work. I would spoil it. So you know, you have your family away from from family if you're racing family. So those are definitely similarities always you the difference with with GT's is that we really operate on a world worldwide scale, it's so it's incredible. What what g g three is really become and. Big races on all the continents. Now intercontinental GT challenge. It's the best example, but also racist like they turn on twenty four hours just last weekend. So it's it's fantastic. You get to see a lot of different racetracks and different culture race culture. Which is something that that I was really happy to experience supercars here. The way you go about racing here in his failure is is very special. But it is a little bit different on on details to how we go by race in Europe or in the USA, for example. So that that's a really cool aspect, obviously. A lot of the GT races are germs racist. So that brings a little bit of a different aspect but equally so, you know, the bathrooms one thousand or the enduro season such as well. So. Endurance races. Always very exciting. Because Morrissey, you're you're sharing the car. You're trying to work as close good as well. Of course, what with your teammates to to find the best setup to make it work. And once again, you know, it's it's a it's a whole process of things that would come together. And when it's went successful, it's in my opinion. Anyway, it's it's it's even greater because you share the joy when you rising in a series of your sleep. You have. You have a schedule and you're have a set fee. When you're racing NJIT's their faith for you to go through the euro do pick it up rice by rice inside. They didn't is a fluctuation in income. I think it's it's very different from from driver to drive from team to team for manufacturers of manufacturer. It's not it's not uncommon to have a race by race deals. As it is not uncommon especially for factory drivers to have a set set deal for the year. Which I would I would guess most factories operate that way. But they have their their drivers employed for the for the full season. It it has make difference. But at the end of the day, I think you don't really look at the financial aspects so much of at the end of the month, you need to pay your bills as everyone. So it needs needs sat up, but but you're focused on getting the best performance winning as many races possible because his equally if you do that, then obviously it'll bode well for your for your negotiations as a driver with with the manufacturer while you mentioned about the intercontinental J T challenge, there is such a diversity of Rice's and of series that you writing it means you're always rising against different people and necessarily you've got two other guys in the car. They probably they turned it with. Last weekend. I wasn't that to ten of this this year's so definitely not look. It was Gary was in Chile. So it is it is. Yeah, you you come together from different fields as well. Ideally in an ideal scenario, you'd run the whole intercontinental GT with the same drivers, we already know that's probably not going to be the case. And as you're seeing Laos years on come in for to move lineups a little bit around because just because of the nature how things are with the teams, but also with different drivers scoring different amount of points. So they are there are different different aspects. It is it is hard a life to be based on a World Series tubing in a domestic series. Is it a harder life? No, no, not really. I mean, you're you're still following the same principles training regime where you can when you can you still traveling lots of on the world stage, traveling is is is a bigger part. I'll have to say you got a pretty big country. So it's like fly six hours, and you're still in the same country, which definitely doesn't happen in Europe. So, but yeah, the traveling is a bit of a bigger. Bigger element in GT racing. Just because you're traveling lobe so jetlag which luckily had on struggle too much with is is always your friend. And sometimes you just have to do with the staring at the ceiling when you when you want to be in bed sleeping, but. Yeah. It's ultimately, I think it's motorsport. It's racing. He's trying to extract the most performance. So there's a there's a little similarities finally, what would we bath this maintain? I would mean a lot of in trying for flawed signs at some very good chances. But. Yeah. I think that the statements very true that you don't win Bathurst you'd have Bathurst chooses you because things after fall into place, and and we'll see we'll give it our best shot again tomorrow and see what we can what we can do achieve. But we know that there's a lot of competitive cars out there. There's a little competition and most likely the race will once again be decided very late on always pledge catch up with you and all the best. Thank you, h h week joined the inside motorsport team is I look at all the news from across the sky and around the wheel, and you know, every year off Jackie. Fail of his part in starting the pop type the cows too. Sick to sport with interviews. News and opinion, Jack rhythm, certainly lift his Mark no lending on a dried in motor sport. Motorsport all around the world. Broadcast on community radio and online at sport radio. Good come Dodi you joining the conversation post your thoughts on radio Facebook page. Welcome back to inside Serb cows, Tony we're talking. Greg reveals dotting by year is a fashion that I think it's going to be a very big one. And what a wonderful moment for the weekend to have such a great rice at batters, sir. Because we're very smart and picking that up it's been building and building and building and certainly has a preeminent coverage and. Interest overseas. Great white assault. The I'm sure it'll be a fantastic year for both the straight memorizing, and soupy Qasr. Greg your thoughts mouth or is at four thirty when nano trudgy during out to where we were gonna sit up for some photos at the beginning of the day. I was just thankful that we don't have to do this every event that we run throughout the year. There are sports fans who love that sort of thing. And I can understand why because suppose cow rising has got a lot of appeal. But I'm just glad it's only once a year that you have a ridiculous clock. I posted something like that on Facebook. And the first reply was from a good friend of as Steve chopping. It was luxuriating probably at Bathurst in the control toe. Yes. But he I think he shared the sentiments of not having to get up this early too often. 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"Motor sport. Look back at the same now, five hundred. Stay with us. Rice engineering, dominating the same down five hundred taking all three spots on the podium. The to red bull, Holden racing team ties one and two and lands order banned the position at the end of a hundred and sixty one laps, Jamie wing Cup, pulled on bro. All but two laps of the journey wing Cup, talked about how I'm have mental. The rice was full. The front running. You just preparation. We fed really well brought through really quick housi- this weekend and. Really proud of engineering grids, Kim, moving forward, we'll fostering fraud. I just can't moving forward Kim evolving the car and Sunday tonight for the rice. The cows at this. Rice's is pretty straightforward. Pay did a great job like you did and we, we lead from the front thankfully that the gossip stays didn't throw entertainment safety cow with a with a choke on the outside. So that was nice. We just had a clean run, which is important. But all in all. Yeah, yeah. The funny thing for the rice all hit a massive rub and ran over and looked him a just smashed out lousy head lot. So that was fast and furious. So the stuff. But apart from that, it was Oprah, shy, Fode we, we do a lot of prep and we, we try very hard. We represent a lot of people and a lot of brands and absolutely expects us six guys up here to go to represent the brand and showing how good the cows out the end of the die. So thankfully it doesn't always go you alive at today at everything rent smoothie, there were no no curve balls with ties or blown gearboxes or seatbelts coming down. Actually, to be honest, the on the drama was the safety cat. I just made a mockery of that could've could've cost us too late. So thankfully will far enough up the road that that didn't work at rice, pulled Umbro gave his thoughts on the result. I think as sedalia. What happened in the past. It's happened in the past. You know, you can't. You can't Dame yourself. You can't do that. That's happened. So all we could do come here is coming here this weekend, not put a foot wrong. I'd probably Danny lo lot familiar was Jimmy take them all that record away from me. So Dan after the weekend calling with one loss gnawed. Big match. Next weekend's richer targets. No, Beth Nissen. What's all that now? Obviously, the cows really, really quick went. They lost and didn't really form as we expected. So there's a lot of work focus going and a couple of weeks, Tom, Shane, being Bergen, and or Bamber finished in second place, van Ginsburg and he gained more points bleed over his closest rival, Scott McLaughlin in the DJ our Team Penske falcon who finished in fourth position because pretty amazing and then get into rice the Penske's and stuff. The these top attracts the low downforce of really being a struggle in previous years. You know, you took wing off the af and just wanted to do done, not everywhere. So it's one of the first things I learned in rising. Felons is more important than grip and he didn't make the downforce number out wrought, but the balance is so much better. And when we come to hear tizzy, hopefully Bathurst, maybe we can actually take it off max weighing and. The balance of the car. This weekend was awesome, and we had straight lawn. So last couple of years we couldn't have both. So it's been been really good step forward with the Zabi Bamber who's won some amazing races, including the l'amour twenty four hour rice twice. He spoke about what it was like to be on the podium in Sandown. Firstly. Absolutely amazing to be able to come join AAA and red bull. The first time in Giro's is pretty special. Thank you. Trust him. Main rookie to come here. There's been amazing. And I mean the Qasr being all Simpson's or wrote off the truck. Cobb, one was a rocket to think about it overnight as well. And we managed to tune into out Karen to a rocket as well for Sunday, and starting in the middle of the pack was pretty interesting. Tenth eleventh, but the cow was mega managed to get it up into the top five or six by the time we pitted and over to shine. So it's been a pleasure. It's been awesome. Shines being a great mentor as well. Teaching me about supercars and everything to do. I think without his advice in those two, since it. It would have been more difficult. So now really finding my fate in the category there and count life, and Beth is now super pump for this advantage attracted, I know, and now come together the team and sort of rolled on from here. But like you've said, we need to keep working hard. I see the amount of hot work and of managed to drive in some
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"For me, it's been a home run in two ways on the racetrack and also building our brand here in Australia in our business finish festival, secondary is five. Which was was before. Spider rice, and you can't really just look at the Las rice of the year. You have to look tight, starts exit. You me, but from the rice treks across the strategy at he is inside supercars. Hello and welcome to inside civic. Has Craig reveal again in the driver's seat is tiny Whitlock is still Rick from his about of illness, but hi fli, hey, will be back on the show very soon this week show. We speak to image racing's Terry wha Hoon and we take a look at social media and how the supercar teams deal with the negativity that it can generate. But I met Stein rising has announced that they will switch to Holden the mmediately following the new teams disappointing start to twenty eight in the expense key falcons Stein tilling Suba cows dot com that the tipping point came at Queensland rice. Why win walled cowed was able to finish a head of the fulltime teen. The team will not benefit from trip light support until next year, but they are going to be an. They'd be falcon built by triple light in twenty nine teen as well. Stein's confident that the experience with the Holden in twenty seventeen will provide a better platform in the back end of the season. Jamie wing cap has announced that he'll be heading overseas freeze. First, non supercar race in the United States Laguna Seca for a round of the IMSA weathertech sportscar championship in early September Chaz Mostert is also hitting to the US to compete in the petite Lamar. That's a ten hour where the take sports car championship rice, which conclude he's going to drive with them. W in tub between Bathurst and the Gulf Coast rookie tests days were completed by Richie son away from for dressing James schooling from Jayaram an antone Davis Crowley from Erebus this week. All hoping that the new components and seat time will set them up well for Thailand. Band also testing Winton. This week was Brad Jones racing and walk insure Andretti. You nodded off to the bright call on inside supercars. We look at on social media, joined the inside sport team as they look at all the news across the street and around the world. It means a lot in through the years. A lot of reference this race is one of our majors. Six hundred miles around here is no easy task. Star. We're out. We saw the family. Broadcast community radio and online at sport, radio dead com. Dodi you. The views expressed on inside supercars including the panelists and guests do not reflect the views of the network. Thunder media will sport radio. Any publication will rebroadcast of the show without the express written permission of fund media is strictly prohibited. Social media is an important tool in the super cans is no forgetting the news and reports about what's going on in the teams and also across the series a few weeks ago just dying on the show mentioned how toxic can be seeing the comments coming back in sometimes. So I thought I'd follow that up with a number of people in the paddock to find out how they many that situation I up. We spoke with Erebus Shannon Kylie and asked her about how social media has become a bit of a double edged sword. Obviously, I think the message. Vacant kind of. Have an affect on what you get back Oviously as before. I think the the guidelines we've set for owl content that goes out is very honest and open. Arabs itself has always been that down to us. Tain approachable with with the fans team. We seem to be everyone's second favorite team if that makes sense. If it's not the team happy for it to be us. So I think. I believe we have a lot of positivity and probably more than some others because of you lacks David. You likes Betty, they are very lockable people, but you do differently get some people that on a fan of us for whatever reason that is. That's the same down pit lane. Everyone has to have an enemy all keyboard worries or out this. So they'll they'll pick on something. They'll