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10:33 min | 1 year ago

"bertrand baguette" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"By Miller lite the official beer of the Indy five hundred and ninety three W. white BC I'm stand later this year is the one hundred Indianapolis five hundred the race is a lot to live up to considering what we saw the last time the number one hundred appeared in the five hundred logo of course if you listen to heroes of the five hundred you know we spent a lot of time talking about the twenty eleven Indianapolis five hundred and the unbelievable finish that fans are still talking about five years later it looked like a rookie was about to grab a storybook and improbable victory until something even more improbable happened he is the checkered flag waving the white side of the story this is the way the damage already star the winner Speedway historian Donald Davidson has the story behind that famous radio call but Mike king wars doing play by play I did a great job I'm Paul page was in there as sort of making observations so when that happened and we're looking at disbelief that Hildebrand it is it is into the wall but he's still going I need you thank you you can't make this stuff up and so the attention at least on my point I think wars Hildebrand is coming is he gonna make it to the line and is he gonna we can still save the win and then you think well what what I want to wish Dixon and then I thought I don't even know who else is in the mix now because it is based so topsy turvy you know edit dedica Patrick let him come in Bertrand baguette had led income ma'am we could keep up with that Mike king turned and said who won who won and Paul page pointed said Weldon Weldon Weldon Weldon just like that and the the reason that he knew that was because his son Brian Collins page worse but you didn't know about the middle landed here anyway and he was the engineer for welding and so but Paul it had more than an eye on that car all day and and how he was on top of that I've been I wish because if you if you go back and check Weldon was fifth with two laps to go and then third with one lap to go Frank Keating and Dixon we figured I remember that was all I pitched up shuffle one time I think they were tenth and eleventh Annable Paul page pointing to the monitor and we both agreed that first and second right there there's there's your one to finish and everybody else is what will have to come in and what happened with their strategy I have no idea but Frankie the I had to make I had to make a stop and was not a happy camper and then Dixon slow down to save fuel which allowed Weldon to go from from third to second and then first and so that's just one of the more unbelievable finishes of all it we usually talk about second place finisher J. 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Hildebrand when discussing twenty eleven because he was such an incredibly good support in the face of what must have been crushing disappointment but we would be remiss if we didn't talk about the incredibly talented and greatly missed twenty eleven Indianapolis five hundred winner Dan Wheldon what a loss for so many reasons and and from a selfish point of view he was so good for the event there has never been another driver I don't think that routinely made the point the Indianapolis five hundred is the greatest race in the world and that's just when we heard him you know I used I used to say if if Dan Wheldon was on the PMR PR staff many of paid him two million dollars a year salary you get your money's worth because he's promoting it so much and the credibility because of the fact that it was such a successful driver soldiers from that point of view it was a huge loss number three if you took a poll after the first seventy Indianapolis five hundred the number three finishing our countdown would certainly have been first Rick Mears started on the pole with a new one and four lap track record and was seen by many rail birds as the man to beat on may thirtieth nineteen eighty two but veterans Gordon Johncock and Tom Sneva were able to hang with the Penske racing driver to lead in the second half of the race with forty laps to go Johncock lead but both he and mayors had to make one more critical pit stop at the tactical decisions made by the two teams had a hand in the outcome of the race all right so mayors came in first and they gave her I think it was a sixteen second stop because they gave a full load of fuel and which ended up being not necessary but you didn't think about those things and then another thing that when he came in from Johnson who ended up finishing ninth was also either coming in or coming out and so Mears came in behind them and though there was a a speed differential and in five years actually got on the brakes and and and and hats but it but it wasn't a crash either but I mean it was a thump and then sold he lost time obviously a doing that but he didn't think about that at the time Sony makes the stop on I believe it was sixteen seconds and off he goes and then three laps later on one eighty six then Johncock comes in who now has a much larger lead and but you still think okay well you know Penske pit stop work probably when John **** them with his stop that not only will they be together but mayors might even be ahead box but the Patrick crew under George Chewning and I don't know who's calculation this was but somebody had figured out we don't need a full tank let's calculate just the amount of fuel that he needs and that'll be yet and so I think they figured eleven seconds and you had the fuel and somebody was standing by the fuel oil and tapping them on the back one two three and money got to eleven then stop and so off John Scott goes and I remember that that the crew doing high fives and everybody was surprised and that was eight times fuel stop which is very common now but I was not aware that that ever been down it may have been but certainly the Penske team hadn't figured that out and at that time for another team to out think Penske I do not have a very often and so now whenever things sorted out and and mere sort of gets the charge warmed up there's a deficit of like thirteen seconds so you think well that's that's too much to overcome and then don't each time he came by he was flopping off like a second second half a lap and I remember thinking at the time do not throw yellow officials whatever happens do not solely yellow and then I think it was three laps to go and sleep or who was running third either popped an engine or had something happen so is a big puff of white smoke and he comes into the pets I don't think it officials if you throw a yellow the fans are gonna together grandstands down there will be no it it affects the way left there was a shot of mir's having stopped and the helmet comes off they have sought comes off and he's still in the carpet now some people get out of the car and they do it well he took it off when he was sitting there and he said in a carpet tech head soccer coach comes off hairs on Mars and this is huge grin on his face and I thought that that is so named because he lost the race but he enjoyed the competition he's an enthusiast he enjoyed the the the the the the race instead of being upset because he lost and then the next night at the victory banquet I did not go to but I watch the the the the TV and mayors comes up first to accept the second and then he turns at some point and made some comments to Gordy and thanked him for a great race or something and then John Cocke had there's almost like Sinestro wicked grin on his face this evil correct and and then mayor said the same thing and the two of them just were laughing at each others that there was another person in the world but it was the it was not really it was almost like a little bit of terra but L. wild look and I thought the two of them just experience something that most people could could possibly understand coming up next a fabulous finish turns one race from a dud to an instant classic checkered flag is this is he rolls of the five hundred presented.

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"bertrand baguette" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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05:06 min | 1 year ago

"bertrand baguette" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"When will they bring again to Patrick Brooks ran back yet we got to see check for Marco Andretti fall very soon checked in and ready been out there for thirty five laps on the and again part of that was under the caution but that whole group just as a patient down through and ready in fourth place all of them you would expect to see on pit road any moment now Ryan hunter ray on the line for the final time that the day that Ryan hunter ray was hoping for when he came off the track he was in twenty second place so janica Patrick is out in flight but she is gone twenty seven laps of the last stop with less than fourteen remaining she would have to do a forty one last step we just don't think it's possible without a lot of caution and right now the cars are slowing down enough where it just doesn't look like that is going to happen is you cannot come back on the pit lane let's wait and see Michael young and what's is it cannot hold back one bit laying down there okay so what yeah because I thought I saw the green and yellow car when in fact it was the blue and yellow car from a distance that is an obvious reason the number twenty four people around the car as they D. Hamilton is also went for his final stop here comes transaction Jerry Baker the reasonable way to get we did not but that is driving for the what's the number seven to see date for Bertrand baguette and the one off of the number thirty machines Presidente fabricated charges she was back in two thousand nine she's got about a three to four John baguette Hispanic both of them have to make stops but here comes back again he wants only the five hundred and one only his second attempt at the five hundred he's got that lead right now you begin to wonder they were going to use and right now another leader the team is in the race Lanigan racing machine yeah he's opened up about a tenth of an inch on the sector just made his final stop we see Marco Andretti still out on track call page he is done thirty nine laps on the step but he did have some caution flag plaza included in there and he does now have a pretty good reputation for saving feels well it's not going to get him to the finish but if that gets him closer and closer to another possible cotton plant which is what everybody is wondering about now who knows where we end up this world and by the way making a move on the frontstretch Dan Wheldon three whites go underneath the lapped car of Paul Tracy as we continue to watch it again laying out and waiting for her visit Chaponda dot com enter the start and indycar race in a two seater two seater with any champion like Mario Andretti officials said Chaponda dot com it's eight four eleven no purchase is necessary Nick yeoman here comes Santa Patrick and Marco Andretti yeah both but it just didn't work they're literally side by side is going to have the advantages a drag race at sixty miles an hour down the main straight down the I did a couple of those just in front so it is janica Patrick who will come out in front of Marco Andretti but they will give up valuable track position is Bertrand baguette is currently the later Daria Frankie run second J. R. Hildebrand is third keep in mind Franchini enjoyed a brand they stopped twenty seven laps earlier with nine laps remaining they gotta go thirty six laps essentially on a green flag run hole just don't think it's possible but who knows glory or Frankie seems to be the king it saves you a kind of watching the scoring as they came out of the pets and right now my guess is Dixon Weldon in the next few laps are gonna end up first and second Hildebrand has slowed on the previous lap J. R. is simply trying to save your policy to the last lap of just over two hundred fifty miles an hour yeah which means he's obviously nursing that car in a little bit faster cars been running well up at the two twenty two ninety mark it out in front of Daria Frankie four seconds the differential J. R. Hildebrand is now top ten seconds behind that yet but he runs in third place in trying to make as much as he possibly can for the spinal definitely he was told he needed four point four that four miles per gallon last year we were trying to spread I was reading Cesario Frankie.

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"bertrand baguette" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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01:41 min | 2 years ago

"bertrand baguette" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Earlier in the evening. So we've been working on that. Left it. Pastor John Craighead of the Jefferson street Baptist church and your Rica, Kansas, thousands of motorcycles in Washington rolling thunder could be the last. This is. This is heroes of the five hundred second to one on ninety three WIBC. I'm STAN Lear as we mentioned at the top of the show, seventy four different drivers finished second in the greatest spectacle in racing. Some of them finished over a minute behind the winner, or even more others saw their dream of winning the five hundred snatched in the last lap or even the last corner, that was the case for rookie JR Hildebrand in twenty eleven. The first year driver came to the Brickyard in twenty eleven with panther racing. The team that had finished in second place, the three prior years, but Hildebrand wasn't seen as a contender for the win as a rookie despite starting twelve the California rookie move steadily up the field and panther racing. Roll the dice the teen gamble that Hildebrand could stretch his fuel longer than his rivals. And one ninety eight Hildebrand took over the lead when Bertrand baguette had to pit for a splash of fuel. Bertran has headed to the pits. So he definitely needs here. We find a few. Okay. Nick. Yeah. With david. Bertram. Will come up three laps. Short mike. JR Hildebrand has gotten past Gat Dixon gives up the late. So JR Hildebrandt insulator with one hundred ninety seven soon to be one hundred ninety eight lamps complaint high.

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"bertrand baguette" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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07:24 min | 2 years ago

"bertrand baguette" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Finishes the race the damage race star who will win who is the winner. The Dan Wheldon has won the race speedway. Historian. Donald Davidson has the story behind that famous radio call but my king was to play by play. And did a great job and Paul page was in there as sort of making fations? So when that happened, and we're looking at just belief that held a brand is into the wall. But he's still going, and do you think you can't make this stuff up? And so the attention at least on my point. I think was Hildebrand is coming as he gonna make it to the line. And is he going to Kenny still shave the win? And then you wait a minute wish Dixon. And then I I don't even know who else is in the mix now because it's based so topsy turvy danika veteran come in Bertrand baguette had led and come in. We could keep up with it. Mike king turned and said who? One who won and Paul page pointed said Weldon Weldon Weldon Weldon just like that. And the reason that he knew that worst because his son Bryan college page worst. But you didn't know by the middle lane. Did you anyway, he was the engineer for welding? And so. Paul had more than an eye on that car all day. And and how he was on top of that. Because if you go back and check Weldon Bush v with two axe to go and then third with one to go Frank Hiti and Dixon, we figured I remember there was all pitch talk Scheffel one time. I think they were tenth and eleventh, and I'm Paul page pointing to the monitor and we both. Agreed. That's first and second right there. There's this one to finish and everybody else's. We'll have to come in. And what happened with their strategy? I have no idea, but Frankie had to make to make stop and was not a happy camper. And then Dixon slow down to save fuel which allowed welcome to go from from third to second. And then I and so that's what the board believe. Finishes of all we usually talk about second-place finisher JR Hildebrand when discussing twenty eleven because he was such an incredibly good sport. In the face of what must have been crushing disappointment. But we would be remiss if we didn't talk about the incredibly talented and greatly missed twenty eleven Indianapolis five hundred winner, Dan Wheldon, what a loss for so many reasons and from selfish point of view, he was so good for the event. There has never been another driver idol think that routinely made the point being the five hundred greatest race in the world. And that's just when we heard him in used to say if if Dan Wheldon was on the PR PR staff, and you paid them two million dollars a year salary. You get your money's worth. Because he's promoting it so much and the credibility because of the fact that it was such a successful driver. So just from that. Point of view. It was a huge loss. Number three. If you took a poll after the first seventy Indianapolis five hundred's the numbers refinishing. Our countdown would certainly have been first Rick Mears started on the pole with a new one in four lap track record and was seen by many rail birds as demand of beat on may thirtieth nineteen eighty-two but veterans Gordon Johncock and Tom's Neva were able to hang with Penske racing driver to lead in the second half of the race with forty laps to go Johncock led. But both he and MIR's had to make one more critical pitstop and the tactical decisions made by the two teams had a hand in the outcome of the race. Or so Mears came in first, and they gave I think it was a sixteen second stop because they gave them a full load of fuel and which ended up being not necessary. But you did think about those things and another thing that when he came in her Johnson who ended up finishing ninth was also. Either coming in or coming out and so Mears came in behind him and the the was a speed differential. And in fact, MIR's actually got on the brakes and and hit. But but it wasn't a crash that it was a thump. And so he lost time obviously doing that. But you didn't think about that at the time. So then he makes the stop, and I believe it was sixteen seconds at all egos and then three laps later on one eighty six then Johncock comes in who now has a much larger lead. And but you still think okay. Well, you know, pets keep pitstop work, probably when John Cox time with his stop that not only will they be together, but mere spied even be a head. But but the Patrick crew under George Hyun, and I don't know who's calculation this wash. But somebody had figured out. We don't. Need a full tank. Let's calculate just the amount of fuel that he needs and that'll be it. And so I think they figured eleven seconds. And the the fuel are and somebody was standing by the fuel and tapping them on the back one to money got to eleven stop. And so off Johncock goes. And I remember the crew doing high fives and everybody was surprised and that was a timed fuel stop, which is very common now. But I was not aware that ever been done. It may have been, but certainly the Penske team hadn't figured that out. And at that time for another team to out think Penske that very often. And so now whenever things sorted out. And mayor sort of the Taj warmed up there's a deficit of light thirteenth seconds. So you think well, that's that's too much. Overcome. And then notice time he came by. He was lopping off like a second second and a half a lap. And I remember thinking at the time due dot throw a yellow officials. Whatever happens do not. So the yellow, and then I think it was three next to go and state of who was running third. Either pop engine had something happen. So I was a big puff of white smoke and he comes into the pitch. And I'm thinking officials if you throw a yellow the fans are going to the grandstands down there will be no atmosphere way left. 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"bertrand baguette" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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02:43 min | 3 years ago

"bertrand baguette" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"You know danika battery and come in bertrand baguette had lead in common we could keep up without mike king turned and said who won who won and paul page pointed said weldon weldon weldon weldon just like that and the the reason that he knew that worst because his son brian collins page worse but you didn't know about the middle anyway he was at the engineer for weldon and so paul it had more than an eye on that car all day and and how he was on top of that because if you go back and check weldon was fifth with two laps to go and then third with one apt to go frank hiti and dixon we figured our remember there was all our pitch top shuffle one time i think they were tense and eleventh and i remember paul page pointing to the monitor and we both agreed that's first and second right there there's there's your one to finish and everybody else's well we'll have to come in and what happened with energy i have no idea but frank he had to make to make us stop and was not a happy camper and then dixon slow down to save fuel which allowed welcome to go from from third to second then i and so that's just one of the bore unbelievable finishes of all we usually talk about secondplace finisher jr hildebrand when discussing twenty eleven because he was such an incredibly good sport in the face of what must have been crushing disappointment but we would be remiss if we didn't talk about the incredibly talented and greatly missed twenty eleven indianapolis five hundred winner dan wheldon what a loss for so many reasons and and from the south fish point of view he was so good for the event there has never been another driver idle thank that routinely made the point the indianapolis five hundred the greatest race in the world and that's just when we heard him in all you are used to say if if dan wheldon was on the pr pr staff and you paid him two million dollars a year salary you get your money's with because he's promoting have so much and the credibility because of the fact that he was such a successful driver so just from that point of view it was a huge loss number if you took a poll after the first seventy indianapolis five hundred's.

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