22 Burst results for "Christopher Bell"

"christopher bell" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

03:55 min | 2 months ago

"christopher bell" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"O'clock. Show, up to the track in race. It's just strange, but. Like you, said families close by so we do have a reason to celebrate. We're going to be doing. What do you think about this whole plan? Since we've come back of of no qualifying no practice to you like that, or would you rather have a bunch of time, or is there a happy medium? I'm a driver I like track time anytime in the trump is a happy day. I love being behind the wheel math one fifty and. It's tough for me. I'll be honest I. I love practice, but if there's one benefit that comes out of this is how fresh ill when you do get into race you've got. A fresh suit fresh NOMEX that you're putting off fresh. Everything is completely fresh and you yourself. You're relaxed year, not. In the least they're coming from air-conditioning. Cold Off. Your hydrated deserved. We're GONNA be, and you're just ready to go. You haven't been out the sun all day and been in a race car day. Only benefit that Tell you feel when you. Get Out, but I'm a driver I love that stuff how he loved me inside a race car. It's frustrating. We don't have and I'll tell you. It's bigger challenges. This year is just getting unloaded from the Hauler Mayfield. Sure that we are you know one hundred percent ready to go just without practice. You know if you have anything that's loose or you're not handling the best. You just gotTa. Deal with it for the race, and that's a little bit scary. Trump's little bit. Little, bit of our biggest struggle I guess you can say for the season been our our struggle that we were in our this caller. Let's talk a little bit more about. Had David pepper and Johnny solder on a little bit earlier this year when they had the new sponsor coming onboard his truck, but what does the whole postponement shutdown and then start back up? Thing been like at or Fort? Because that perfect you guys have have maybe and Johnny to maybe more trucks than you've ever have had before I. Guess it's a pretty comforting feeling knowing that you're with one of the top teams in the whole Gander outdoor start. Series get for sport has. Taken this victory well. As our has. Struck skill I've got more than ever before built out ready to go, and it's uneasy. Even assist with that. We ran the same truck for the past few races so. As, many people may know not every single crew member racetrack, so we've got some road crews is thing behind? They're working on trump's. The shop crew is working on trucks and it's just the factory right now. They're term. Burn trucks right now on. It's it's pretty cool. PHILLIES drive her to walk in and see this fleet of trucks lined up ready to go. I've never had so many fifties in my own bed. Ready don't WanNa race so. And what we're doing is we're building ourselves the cushions back. As we get into the season. We have the opportunity to take risks that maybe other teams can't that out and have to protect their trucks those resources now. I'm hoping that we get enough built up. Maybe we can get our winds early. Bite my teammate granted, but if we should say those risks, we have the opportunity that. Back to Kentucky One more time. Tell me how that track has changed the asphalt. Getting a little more abrasive, or is it kind of staying like it was years ago. Yeah, it's it's changing a little bit of every track changes every year. It's just a matter how much they some of them. You'll see just a slight change others it's. It's permanent and bay. Kentucky spend just gradual. It's been very gradual someone the did it, and it's getting more were out at the asphalt's. We've seen a few bumps. Come into play. It reminds me a little bit of Texas Texas as great out so fast, and it is aging. Maybe, not as fast as everybody would like it to age, but it is aging and our bumps coming back for millions. You know I'm I'm more of the drivers that I say, the older, the better and the more mouths..

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"christopher bell" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

02:43 min | 2 months ago

"christopher bell" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"One fifty four sport racing Ben Rhodes joins us. He's second in the standings and getting set to run at his home track Kentucky speedway this coming weekend. Congratulations on a strong start to the season. You had a little bit of a hiccup at Daytona. That's often the case near. You did lead several apps though there, so that's something that count forward speed, even though that's an apples and oranges comparison. I guess you gotTa. Be Pretty happy to be where you are at this point in the season considering everything that's going on. Yeah, like you, said. Daytona's one of those races you go into. Hoping you don't get wrecked, but expecting horse, you know. It's one of those races that we lead the last. The last few APPS coming to charter flags three years indirect Saas. Kind of expected, but the season is a hole in fairly consistent for us. We we got a smooth out. Some of those highs and lows, but one of our goals for the season was get arenas, coins, gene chip and. Right now we're a second place for making gains were rebounding from most points lost Daytona although Austin Hills. Few ahead of US I hope we can keep gaining deep making up space. You know the regular season points championship such a. Benefit when you go into the playoffs at it gives you so many bonus points that if you can get it or even close to it, you really really needs to acquire that, so it just propels you. It just sets you up for race white via trace way to. To get the championship helps you get to that final four so as we're GONNA forward, but we don't know what's GonNa Happen? It's it's been. A Great Team of two thousand twenty right? Nobody knows what's going to happen. What's going to happen? Let's talk a little bit specifically about Kentucky speedway. Your home track your a past winner there once it like running at that track, and you're entering a stretch now of a lot. A mile and a half stacked back to back back. Home Race. This is one that has circled on the calendar all this year every year. Really I mean it's just. It's the whole race. It's the one that my friends family. Everybody goes through, so it's GonNa be Weird, not having anybody there to celebrate and enjoy it with but. Nonetheless. I'm an hour away from home. Though Siham X. if we win, you better believe there's going to be party going on. This is strange. I'd never quite thought that this would when to show up in your race and I think this is going to be the one that I fill at the most, because leading up to Kentucky's all agitatory and. We do all these interviews this media tour and then I'm at the race track every single weekend. You more Vince. They're hanging out with the fans more than any other race track and all of that's gone. I'm just gonNA leave the house. That liked four.

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"christopher bell" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

02:57 min | 2 months ago

"christopher bell" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"Chance to chat with NASCAR VP of Racing Development Ben Kennedy about the challenges of this year and the decisions that have been made. Now. It's been a pretty busy last couple of weeks for you obviously NASCAR. The first sports really get back into these house at Ben. A very heavy schedule multiple races in weeks. Are you finally setting settling into this busy schedule that we have in to your point? It's certainly been a busy sincere return to racing Darlington. Notice scheduled certainly been busy to your point, a lot of racing not just for the Cup series, but In the truck series as well a lot of doubleheaders midweek gracing in there so exciting to to try new things out things that we wanted to time in Tennessee results now. This show focuses on a lot of the regional series international series of the sport. We've focused a lot on on the national series of course when it comes to the return racing, but it's got to be a different set of challenges behind the scenes with the NASCAR willing modified tour and Arca East article West and the argument art series in in in getting those series up to speed and getting them races because I I would assume it's a different different business model for you guys. Yeah, no, it's certainly good point. And we want to make sure that we are going back to racing When he saw this a lot with our national series, but applies brought even more so with our weekly during series as well as a make sure it's safe and donors, honestly and respectfully as well. Asking you WANNA. Go and do have races to have a negative impact on the community so just trying to be mindful of that in zero point you know the the models for a lot of those tracks written it look different. A lot of them need need fans to come in the stands. It comes to the track so trying to be mindful of that and doing it the right places at the right time, so there's there's been a huge effort from everyone from Ron Drinker to Brandon Thompson has been leading the charge while Brandon Doll Ski a number of others whether it's on the Arkansas side, the Nascar weekly interring side modified is as you mentioned even national side as well. Well you know we've been tracking everything going on in Europe. Canada Mexico out there starting to reopen how they're thinking about their schedule going forward in. It's GonNa be cannon similar to what we're seeing on national series side a lot of back to back action, pack, racing, and you know I know. A lot of competitors are ready to get back to. The track might be getting a step ahead of myself here, but I'm GONNA. Ask you anyway. With every state in every region kind of in a different. State of flocks. Whether they're the tracks can open or not. How do you see? A weekly champion or regional champion that type of structure for for the advance auto parts weekly series for twenty twenty. To be crowned later this summer..

"christopher bell" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

03:04 min | 2 months ago

"christopher bell" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"Thomas Lee pity. Block Boas. Logjam ago, I wanNA take some terrorists by the way income saying with my band is saying to blues anytime when he gets ready. To Go, tell me about the song. The intimidator who wrote it what was the motivation and the idea behind this I wrote it, and what is about I, had had never met Dale earnhardt until the was the last time he raced, and Talladega and he wanted to race I was down there, and we went over when they were introduced drivers and somebody. Somebody introduced me to today L., and he was getting ready to go I don't drink and drive I think you've got up two hundred ninety five miles an hour or something like that he had time to stop and talk and be Nice Gad. I was so impressed with him. I was so impressed with his humility, and you know his friendliness and everything and I just. Of course like the rest of the folks that are dance card fans. I was really sad and one. Day I just want to write something. It was a tribute to him and also to junior He's a heck with gravity. and. He went to the time now, so you can see. The legendary Charlie Daniels is with us. Let's take a phone call from Jasper Indiana Hi. You're on with Charlie. Charlie how you doing good how you doing? Oh, just wonderful, but if I doesn't even better, that's on my hands from keeping from waving at everybody. Clan. Yeah Hey, my question was where yeah, how'd you come up with the idea for the devil went down to Georgia zone. You know I wish. I had some really exciting to tell you about that, but actually what happened. We had written a bunch of songs that ranged the music phone Amal went in the studio to record, and all of a sudden decided. We needed a fiddle song. We didn't have a federal solve, so wait literally took about two or three day. What would enter a rehearsal studio and sit down and wrote this song? They add came from it just and it came in my mind that went down to Georgia and we just kinda started prepared. When only got it done? Writing a Song Charlie like the intimidator about day Dale Jr.. Do the words do you sit down and and you just stare at a piece of paper in the words, just flow on out, or is it something you really have to work hard on it? It's there's never any to songs that are basically that are written the same way sometimes. Sometimes it comes easy. Sometimes, it comes really hard My thing is I love a lot of times. I'll start with like guitar for maybe just an idea that I have. you kind of get a skeleton together you know maybe get your your Meli. Get a couple of verses, melody and a and a bridge, course and idea where you wanna go, and then from then on is just Kinda, slogging it out making the meter rhyme scheme work on it and try to do pretty touchy with lyrics. I like born in May. Make sense and and to fall into place, and you just sit down and you know just really that's of the hard work starts when you Kinda. Start Polishing things you get dad together, and then you put up the Dan. You start putting meat on the bones. Charlie.

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"christopher bell" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

04:04 min | 4 months ago

"christopher bell" Discussed on The Final Lap

"At Kerry's finished position a two hundred and eleventh. I don't know what happened there. Carry we. We're GONNA have to talk that. Put you overall in two hundred fifth position. They're currently I think two hundred sixty players now. Toby you had a stellar showing finishing eighteenth at Darlington on Sunday. Which put you up in thirteenth place? Overall good show. I had a decent weekend finishing tenth and maintaining my top spot on the Fasi League however Wednesday. Things may have changed. Darlington was not able to get the first and second segment leaders due to roll me living on the left coast and work getting involved and whatnot. So let's take a peek. At Wednesday's Darlington winner of the winner for Wednesday. Night at Darlington. Kyle Larson got canned. Hashtag Yada Yada. There's a whole lot behind that news. A new player to the league. I saw him join a week ago. And that brings me to quick point here. Some of the new players. You can use a lot more of these big drivers a lot more frequently since you have quite a few more allocations so we may be seeing a few of you in the segment leaked so keep up the good work there. Kyle Larson got camped. Okay moving on Kerry forty-eight fan boy. You also not a good weekend. Two hundred and thirty five is you're finishing position. Kerry we gotTa Talk Toby another good weekend for you twenty. Second Place An I'm recording this on Wednesday so I don't know where everyone finishes Where you final position is We'll take a look at that next week. My final position was also not the best at one hundred seventy fourth Top spot may have been relinquished Not sure yet but I know somebody named Toby. Christie is going to be in the top five so good job toby. Let's a look at some picks for Charlotte Motor speedway with the Coca Cola. Six hundred. It's a long race I think in my now the Hendrix have got their thing together You can choose your pick out of any of the group My personal pick up. Probably Bill with the twenty four team of William Byron He was pole sitter there last year. also had a good running position the whole the whole race seven point eight and as you know that will translate to stage bonus points and again the plus points are what you need to win this game and all the Hendrix finish top ten last year so this is a pretty good indicator that any one of those guys is going to have a good weekend driver. I would avoid this weekend. Coming up would definitely be the seventeen guard Ricky stenhouse. He seems to be the latest guy that snake bit. He's not going to be anywhere near my lineup. I hope this helps y'all out. This is the final weekly fantasy segment until next time. I am Rowdy Dragon. All right thanks again to Rowdy. Dragon for all those The fantasy wisdom. He likes to display on us. We had Christopher Bell on the show. We had double recaps of Darlington. We had news of the week. We had so much stuff. Chequered flag is now flying on this show. This has been the final weekly catches next week right here when we will recap the racing at Charlotte and Preview Charlotte. Oh No CHARLOTTE AND RECAP CHARLOTTE. Right we will recap to Charlotte's and whatever's next and all the stories between toby. You and I will chat next week..

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Tyler Gibbs and Jack Irving of Toyota Racing Development's TD2 driver development program

NASCAR on NBC

05:22 min | 4 months ago

Tyler Gibbs and Jack Irving of Toyota Racing Development's TD2 driver development program

"Now. Let's get to part two of our conversation with Tyler Gibbs and Jack Irving just this I want to give you guys a chance to put some names with some faces here people who are listening. We've mentioned Christopher Bell. You guys mentioned Harris and Burton. I was reading a motorsports analytics story today in which Jack was quoted very highly on Chandler. Smith just wanted to give you a chance to tell us a little about. Who'S IN THE LINEUP? Right now and we're the names. We should be watching it from the Toyota racing development driver program. So it's funny. I think we have some remarkable kids coming up of all different ages all different ranges But it's still development like Chandler. Smith is is a gifted driver. I mean in in we've been with Chandler for three or four years i. I don't remember how long it's been a few years. He's been fantastic. He's always been a strong late model. Racer Kinda in his family team was was quite gifted enabled to kind of compete at a very young age with some very high level guys in racing and then he transferred that into Arca adventuring end and has been fantastic and the more he matures the better. He gets Which is really exciting. He's similar to like a younger Jones in that respect where he's young and been around it and he seemed so much older in a car and so much more mature in so that is translated into the truck races he ran last year and and I have some pretty high expectations of him as he does of themselves but he's definitely one of our up and comers that is on the young side mean seventeen and still developing and then obviously there's the Raphael Lazard the neckaces that we've been with for quite a while and I think most people know of Kazan truck races now. That were pretty happy about. And then there's there's lots of kids that we actively engage with and develop in all different areas were lucky not geographically focused either because we have teams all over the place and that's helped us engage with maybe some kids we probably wouldn't necessarily always get access to so there's some good kids in California. There's kids racing for Keith in Indiana. There's just there's just a lot of strong drivers out there the thing that's so interesting though. Is that their kids and kids. You never know what's going to happen so it's still development. I mean it's it's People. WanNa say whatever they want to say about how what what it takes to make it? But they're a work ethic focused drive a passionate WanNa do it is all super important to to make it and at some point maintaining that from fourteen fifteen. Sixteen seventeen is very very difficult to do. Know we can talk about it all the time about being focused in wanting it and all that but the proof is in Monday through Friday. And how hard? They're working what they're doing and to to be on top of their game and and for whatever reason at times that lapses and you know you could take a great kid who's Fourteen Jesse. Love is a kid we've been with since he was twelve. I think thirteen stupid. How young that was East we're really excited about him and you know then. There's kids like Geo celts. Who came out of nowhere in dirt and had outlawed program in in our racing with us and pavement. That's a little bit kind of a different road that he traveled and then we have Holly Holland and Greasy Trotter. Who really come aboard and done a really good job in kind of in all of our testing have looked quite good still have a lot of development to do. You know there's there's kids we lost Based on Ford coming in that is painful to so. There's I think there's a lot of good crop of young kids coming out racing and as long as they all continue to work hard developing keep good people around him then hopefully we'll see him down the road. We really good group. We have a good team of kids. it's exciting to them kind of interact with each other watch the quote unquote older kids. Who may not actually be older but have been in higher level than others and back and forth and so he has Jackson. We're really excited about about our kids. You mentioned most of the ones I attend to hit their Jesse loved Yosemite. I think Logan. Cv also part of the lineup. I believe I mean so. Logan was Logan is not as involved now. We still are working through some things to see if there's ways to work together it's just difficult to the process is difficult and how everybody fits in where they go. I mean Logan is ridiculously talented. I mean it's it's just finding the path and making it work is always hard. You know I mean you look at the McNally Lineup or venturing lineup with I mean. You have Corey Haim and drew dollar and Michael Self Austin Hills Rachel H at hr e and in. He's ridiculously good. And He's twenty four with two kids for God's sake so I mean it's awesome right. I mean in in in in Austin Hugely Involved Maximum Laughlin with with a jury in there. There is an amazing group of kids in. What's interesting is we're kind of lucky. We have some really driven dedicated guy who want participate and show up every day. And I mean that's what's crazy about the performance central a lot of those that we talked about minus the group their local to North Carolina. Right you get into dirt kids in our dirt. Kids are Cap. GotTa be the younger kids we've ever had consistently with Daisin Ken McIntosh and Buddy I mean it. Just these they're all babies right in and so they're and they're out. There racing are trying to raise eighty times a year. I mean it's it's just an amazing amazing situation but I think we've been very lucky. I mean part of it is. I think what we've done is a little bit different and and our teams of Baden in. That's been a big part of it. That's it goes back to what I said before. The integration of the teams is pretty special and something. I think I'm probably most proud about. Is that all those teams engage in actively discuss things with each other to try to help develop the drivers.

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"christopher bell" Discussed on Motorsports Monday

Motorsports Monday

06:36 min | 6 months ago

"christopher bell" Discussed on Motorsports Monday

"This spot. For this week show we would be previewing the racing to come at Texas Motor speedway but with the postponements us not scheduled to come back until early May instead. We're going to talk with Christopher Bell. He was one of the participants in the eye racing. Invitational over the weekend that Denny Hamlin one and we wanted to ask him about how things went with that and what's going on in the future Christopher how the race go for you and what was that. Experience like didn't qualify very good and then it was just an actor so got caught up in a couple of crashes that ended my day but it was really cool to see you know just the overall experience of it and to see how many people how many drivers are involved in it right. We had enough cars for a non-qualifiers rates and Guys that had to qualify in. So I think it was a great deal and hopefully you know. Hopefully we can keep going. What's your experience level with that kind of racing like because I know there was a wide range. Some guys do it all the time. Some not so much. Yeah well I love. I grew up basically run. I racing every night mom and then once I got my schedule picked up a little bit. I wasn't able to raise his much here recently but it's you know. I do have quite a bit of experience especially my childhood now. What kind of a setup do you have because there's a wide range there as well like time? Adjust is one of the best. And he's got a pretty simple setup and some of them go up into the tens of thousands of dollars. Yeah so my ideal. I actually started just on a regular computer desk with a regular computer in a computer but Fortunately now I've got A. Wer won simulator. From Chad Wheeler now I understand that the setup kind of limited that you guys couldn't tweak all that much how. How different is that for you to wear? A lot of that has taken out of your control. Well I think a lot of a lot of this like it because at that at that time. You're really putting it in the driver's hands right. It's about who can execute the best and You can get the car around the racetrack the best so I personally like that. Now I read where you tweeted out that this type of racing actually makes you a little more nervous than getting behind the wheel of a real car. How come man just? I think it's because you have time to think about it. You're not you don't have a journal. And you're not in the in the heat of the battle so Yeah I definitely get nearly whenever I get on there and start racing those things. For some reason I think that's fairly similar across the board A lot of guys say that you know you get more nervous on the computer and you didn't realize let's talk a little bit about the start of the season. We got a few racist under our bill before the postponements came. What was what was that. Like for you. Obviously daytonas kind of apples and oranges comparison but the intermediate tracks and in Phoenix. What we're things like for you. And the Levine team. Yeah it was not get we've We've had a pretty lacklustre start to this year so we're you know this break is. I'm not gonNA say much needed for us but we're Or at least on my end I'm GonNa do everything I can to make sure that I'm prepared to go. Go racing and hit it hard when we get back in. May So You know we pretty much to have nothing to talk about at this moment and You know gotTA GOTTA GET BETTER. GotTa whatever whatever that may be if it's from my end or Yeah just gotTa make sure that. We're a little bit better than we actually a lot better. What's been especially challenging for you early on and then what are some things that you've seen? That are positives that you guys can build on. Well I think the the biggest thing is is just the I mean. I don't know I I don't know if it's competition level or just Caliber of commerce. But you know there's the the field is just a lot deeper than the cups reason anything that I've experienced in my career right so You know you have A. You're back there in twenty fifth and the racing and twenty-fifth. Is You know the same as what the racing is. When you're in the top five it's just different cars so Everybody races heart. And you know it's very competitive. So that's something that makes the cup series. So you can socal now. Levine has a technical alliance with Joe Gibbs racing. How tight or you guys together. Is it like a little brother situation? Or you're basically you're basically living in the same house and share in the same bedroom We're definitely not living in the same house but we do have information and it's really good to be able to compare it our teammates and stuff like that You know we're we're We're a separate team and we're focused on trying to get better. Let's talk a little bit about everything that's going crazy now all over the world. What's it been like for you? Everybody is facing this a little bit differently but none of us have ever seen anything like this before. It's all new for everybody. It's boring man. I just you know I wanna go racing and hopefully hopefully we can get back to racing here quick. Are you keeping in touch with Gaza? Shopper you still visiting the shop. Every every team seems to be doing things a little bit differently in terms of. Who's their win and how meetings and stuff are going. Yeah so far has been shut down so I I haven't been to the shop. Obviously I've been keeping in touch with my crew chief and my engineers and stuff like that and So we've been keeping in touch and I think a lot of people have been working from home but You know as far as shop activity it's been closed for the last week. You binge-watching anything in particular right now. let me think about that man. I mean we we typically have friends on TV at home so we've We've definitely had our fair share friends on. It's definitely a kind of a situation where it's wallpaper for everybody right now. You gotTa have something onto the background. Even if it's not your usual stuff Christopher the next The next couple of weeks as we look forward to coming back at Martinsville the that's the plan right now coming back that are rather the. May Eighth Ninth Weekend. What are your thoughts about Martinsville under the lights for a return? That's GonNa be a really really cool race to be able to. This is the first event of You know having a full race under the lights at Martinsville. So I'm really excited about being a part of that and Martinsville. It's a good old short-track bumping and banging and You know it's GonNa be it's GonNa be a fight so it hasn't been one of my best rates in the Or at least through the truck series but I'm excited to go short-track racing and beat band all right. Well Chris where we appreciate you taking some time with us. Look forward to seeing you in some more. I racing in the future. And hopefully your your wish will come true and we can get back to some real racing here you know it. Thanks for your time man. Thank you there you go. Christopher Bell drives the number ninety five. Camry for Levine. Family racing with ream and precor on.

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"christopher bell" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

03:02 min | 9 months ago

"christopher bell" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"Was called emo presents fifty years. The Voice of Nascar voiced by our very very own Fred Armstrong. There were nine episodes celebrating the inception and existence of the motor racing network. We saw visions nations of making it more than just a A local run broadcast in So bill did give the go ahead and and it started already from their motor racing network presents the twelfth annual Daytona five hundred miles master at broadcasting no question about put and he had had done it for long having radio in various ways and of course public address system Like Barney that helped helped lot Barney Hall was the voice you most wanted to hear on Sunday afternoon. It was comforting. It was level headed occasionally. There'd be a joker or two but mostly it was matter of fact and really laid out not just what was happening but a great sense of why why and who the personalities in the sport were Barney is a legend You know there's there's his voice is so distinct and you know he's a soap. nope witty and and knowledgeable and just fun to listen to. You know when you think of the people on this broadcast team each person is so unique whether we're talking about the bag man or the postman or moody or Winston Alex Everybody has their own unique personality analogy And it's I think that's one reason why mix it so fun to be around them because you just never know what is going to happen next. Betty goes back. Good Friday Boltzmann there in the wall pennies sliding slamming in Bohol. He's coming down toward the finish line. Willie making peace fill. The car stopped three hundred. Four hundred big shy of the Finish Line Pearson is Phil Rod in. You're getting this picture. Like Oh my God. Are they going to make it to the finish line. They're not gonNA make and my number one is an IT seventy six daytona five hundred just the impact that that race at the great finish that it was. And that's just a notch ahead of a seventy nine. They toned five hundred but the call that can wear head at the end of that broadcast in the way that he described him. AM sliding slamming coming across the land and then describing how Richard's car wooden restart in describing How the L.? David was able to get his car and he said in the winter is going to be car number. Twenty one I mean. I'll never forget that Tony Stewart would constantly. Because he got it he knew we were life live. He knew there was nothing world we can do about it because we were alive he would walk up to you and turn your radio on your belt a different channel without you knowing it so so you think something went totally wrong with your while. You're in the middle of talking. So you stop talking it throws the broadcast out of whack..

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"christopher bell" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

06:31 min | 9 months ago

"christopher bell" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"As always thank you so much for joining us on this week's Nascar live the Chili Bowl. MIDGET nationals are happening next week in Tulsa Oklahoma it's a popular open-wheel dirt racing event that takes place in the largest free standing building in the country and when the festivities get under way it'll be Christopher Bell who's going for his fourth consecutive win in the Chili Bowl nationals hosts of rip the fence. PODCAST here on our end tyler. Burnett and Dylan Welsh had a chance asked to sit down and chat with bell as he gets prepared to defend that Chili Bowl win to look ahead to the cup season. You're going to have a fantastic year with ecorse again. Backed by Toyota Toyota and driving for Bob Levine. Your debut coming at the Daytona International speedway in Daytona. Five hundred. Are you okay with that. I mean plate racing is rather tough but you seem going to be pretty good at it. Yeah I I don't I don't know if goods right word. Maybe lucky is a little bit better word but going to Daytona. I've got a shot to win just as well as all the thirty nine other competitors do so I think they tone is a good place to at least for me to make my debut because it's a little bit less stressful. You go there and it's not about how hard you can drive the car. Can you take the car to the limit because racing just not about maximizing your car. It's about drafting and and manipulating the air and putting yourself in position. But I'm excited about it because I've got as good a shot as anybody is the Daytona five hundred. I mean does it have the same allure and luster of all the big races. That you've run the me. Are you excited about getting to race in that event. It's it's really cool because of the history the prestige it is. You know America's race I think is what what it's called so the Daytona five hundred is one of the biggest races along with the indy. Five hundred and so so it is really cool and and I never really pictured myself as a kid getting to participate in it and now that I've been in the sport and Nascar Anyway for the last several years I've been down in Daytona for the truck race in the last two years the extended erase. And you can just feel that the excitement growing from Friday Saturday and now this year I get to be part of Sunday so like to kind of tie this all. Obviously Chili Bowl is very nerve wracking all week. You know you're not you're super nervous. Saturday night probably nervous you. Do you still get that way even at events like the Daytona five hundred. Run it yet but I mean do you does the Chili Bowl in some way. Prepare you to go into these bigger races. Basis for the first time and tax with a clear head the yeah. I think That's a good way to put it and for me I've always taken can pride and or not pride but like feel like I'm experienced in the bigger events just from what my background brings me of running the KNOXVILLE nationals. The kings royal the Chili Label. So I've been put in big event in high profile races throughout the course of my career and that's you know help me for February fifteenth or whatever it is the Daytona five hundred the Daytona five hundred is an impossible race to win. Ask Tony Stewart never wanted Dale Earnhardt only one at once wants Bush's only one I guess one time Denny Hamlin's when it twice. I mean it's a hard race to win because you don't control a lot of absolutely What's the strategy and that I mean? Are you like sitting towards the back of the field waiting to be there at the end. Are you guys wants to run up front. What's going to be your strategy? Yeah Ah I mean ultimately that's going to be up to what our team decides between my crew chief and all the other competitors at Joe Gibbs racing I know oh that as the years have progressed here all the manufacturers have started teaming up together so. I'm sure that we're going to be working. Really close with Joe Gibbs racing and all the twitter competitor's whether that's to ride in the back and stay together or I I don't think that's been their strategy over the last couple of races though. I think they've been running hard trying to lead laps and trying to be there within. I love when we get the Daytona because the biggest story in Nascar media is the Toyotas outnumbered and guess what happens the Toyota finished in the top four of the Daytona five hundred for every years like drafting partners. I believe in the Toyotas question about that. I'm I'm excited about being number one five. That's not very many and that means that our attention to detail and all five of us. Hopefully we'll get more attention than having twenty that Chevy Ford has even on the Xfinity side. How much do does that alliance that manufacturer alliance come into your head? Ed I mean when it gets down to crunch time like you've got a chevy here in a Toyota here like how much are you really thinking. I better go with the Toyota. Well that's so funny. I mean I guess it was applied a little bit more on the truck side because there were more toyotas but the last two years on the xfinity side. The Toyota competitor base has basically been Joe. Gibbs racing's three plus maybe one other backmarker so i. We haven't had any teammates support outside of our company. Where in an upside? The only thing I'm going to have is Joe Gibbs racing teammate's now so I think actually the ninety six might run a couple races or something like that obviously I'm going to gravitate towards pushing. Jr car or a fellow Toyota. But most of the time. We don't have that opportunity because there's only five of us or Xfinity side four of us out there you're going to be thinking about what's going to benefit me in the long run basically. So you're going to go with. WHO's nicest driver insurance? And that's kind of what I was alluding to is that like you know from an outsider's perspective think well it's obvious. He should go with the Toyota but the Toyotas in the outside lane and the outside lane going backwards. And you've got a chance to go to the inside line with the Chevy. It's hard it's harder to make. Yeah and a lot of. That's timing too right so there's so much shuffling on speedway racing that sometimes you're just better to ride it out and stay with your group of guys and and that's kind of where I've found my niche or whatever but I I've finished fairly well on the Races last year and and I just WanNa go with the flow. I don't make crazier attic moves. I always try and just stay in line line and try and find the most the calmest group of cars to be around you have been on live at Daytona haven't you. I have instructed her. It didn't hurt as bad as New Zealand Day..

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"christopher bell" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

02:49 min | 9 months ago

"christopher bell" Discussed on NASCAR Live

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"christopher bell" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

01:38 min | 9 months ago

"christopher bell" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"Kyle Busch is among the NASCAR drivers in this year's round the clock sports car race he says the Lexus he drove is a little different than cup car. We've gotten our fair share so far so good. I don't see anything that's too crazy at the moment. But a lot of that can change in a hurry completely different techniques techniques that you've got to work with on these cars you can drive the snot out of them. I mean you can just throw it off in the corner as far as you feel like you can get in there and stop the pedal as hard as your play will allow you to do it. And and figure out where the apex is and get through that and exit so it's just a completely different in that aspect. Aj Almond Nigger is also in the event in addition to being on the broadcast asked crew with NBC. Other NASCAR drivers are planning to run. The pilot challenge companion event just before the Rolex on January twenty fourth among Kim is chased Briscoe just re upped for another xfinity series season at Stewart Haas Racing Austin Syndrich and new for development driver. Haley Degan are also oh entered the pilot challenge race. RISCO is staying busy this off season. He plans to run the Chili Bowl nationals next week to scratch his dirt racing edge anytime you can be in a race car. Whether it's you know that you see four exponential. Are you know even going dirt racing at the Chili Bowl. Just get a race. The characteristics might be different but still oh the same mentality and I call it in racing shape. I look back at the year before last year. And you know when I was racing part time in the extreme series is so hard to beat those guys to do what we can in and week out is because they're so good at what they do. They're used to being in race cars Kyle Larson Christopher Bell. Emma owned Dylan Welsh aunt. Alex Bowman will all compete in next week's Chili Bowl as well. Bowman says.

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NASCAR: 2019 Monster Energy Cup Guide

NASCAR Live

08:07 min | 11 months ago

NASCAR: 2019 Monster Energy Cup Guide

"Has been an entertaining eight races so far in the twenty one thousand nine Monster Energy Nascar Cup series playoffs. Two races to go and Phoenix plays host to the final cut off race of the year. All the drivers. Those six that we mentioned are gonNA make last last ditch efforts to make the championship race at homestead. And Moran's Woody Canes D Post and Alex Hayden are here to recap the Texas weekend and how it impacts what we'll see in the cup series this weekend in Phoenix Okay mic. Well Steve Post is here from pit road for the motor racing network. Alex Hayden is here from the booth for the motor racing network. And we're you're talking playoffs playoffs boys here. We go so after Texas things kind of got a little weirder than we expected we roll in now with two who guys locked in Kevin Harvick. Who by the way has won three straight fall raises at Texas Martin tricks junior got locked in the week before? Then you get down to the best of arrest Category Kyle Busch twenty two points to the Good Joey Logano twenty points to the Good Denny Hamlin now twenty points. Underline Blaney and Larson Twenty three points joints under the line and Chase Elliott way back seventy eight points behind the line. Let's start off with denny and Chase Steve. It wasn't a week ago that most people a lot of people were going Denny Hamlin. This really might be as year. He seems like he's peaking at the right time. One of those people was me I was I was just convinced. A one of the challenges and I think one of the challenges we've seen with Denny. Alex all up jumped out at upper case. Because you know any better than all of us denny is a the great race car driver extremely talented but one of the challenges. He's always had his in this playoffs and incomplete honesty. The question has always been his his his mental toughness. Okay and and I know a couple years ago. He lost a championship and it was like the wheels fell off from him. The wheels fell off from everything else. It didn't look like we had any of that now and it's still like the mental toughness. Is there it was just mechanical stuff. And things like that but Alex when we look at Denny. He appears on the outside that he's got everything in his life buttoned. The upper everything focused on it but right now he's got some ground to make up he does. And you know it's crazy because I'm trying to think back and I have been for about a week now for crying out out loud. Have we ever had. A playoff warner was had more twists and turns and that was just one driver but with multiple drivers. You're right what he won't get any Hamlin was the guy to beat and a lot of people already saying you know what. He's the favourite to win this twenty nineteen championship but after what we saw Texas. I think it's just a piece of humble pie. Hi for everybody that reminds us in this. Anything can usually does happen. If that unpredictable. Every single lap actually matters it's in for Denny Hamlin to to come out and have such a solid bid stage of the playoffs to have some drama now and find himself on the outside looking being in Steve to your point mental toughness. It's GonNa come into play so Dinnie at attract a one mile race track at his first Ever Cup series. Poll was right here. Sure At at at I s raceway Phoenix. Where we're going this weekend? He's got a little bit of history here he's got a little bit of comfort zone. Here doesn't matter where the start finish line is now the delay out of this race. Track is exactly the same as it's always been so denny Hamlin's gotta dig deep and he's gotta find that mental toughness right now and I think one of the things he can rest comfortably on which is really strange. Is that a week ago. He was in the same spot. Kyle Busch and Joey Logano were pretty pretty comfortable on points. And I think Denny's got a bank on. Well look what happened to me and maybe can happen one of those guys to and You know but but the reality of it is twenty points. Sounds like a lot but someone has a problem in a stage. Denting wins the stage. She's cut that in half forty point swing at forty exactly and I think that would be needs to look at. He had a forty point swing in Texas one of those guys in front. All of them could have a forty point swing and Phoenix. All right you guys were talking about the crazy. Let's get to the other half of that. Chase Elliott a playoff win to blown motors a broken axle and and a crash. Alex has anybody had crazier playoff stretch. Then Chase Elliott no next and I hate to laugh and I hate to make light of it because I mean tastes in that race. Doing all they can but they can't control mechanical failures and that to me is what separates nascar racing from other stick and ball sports. Yeah you need team effort unless it's a golf or or tennis or something of that nature but in racing you gotTa have the team you gotTa have the driver talent and the ability but you also better have some some hope. That lady looks going to be on your side because there are thousands of moving mechanical manacle parts. We're dealing with machines and sometimes things break. It doesn't matter how well they're built pieces of metal will break sometimes and chase Elliott's learning Dan. He's learning it the hard way but that doesn't mean he's out to me. That's kind of the beauty of the way we do things in nascar racing determine our champion you basically got three strikes strikes well he. He's used to be swings already. But that doesn't mean he won't hit a home run on the third pitch right so for Chase Elliott and his fans don't were you got one last shot at it come IFM raceway but boy. Oh boy he's GONNA I don't have to hit the baseball heart. He's going to have to hit it I long way. Here's crazy. Crazy to the guy crashed at the rover. And once that's my that was my thought. And after that role he he crashed anyone the race and I said this guy has momentum desk game set match. This is going to be spectacular to watch how good chase Elliott is the one thing and I chatted with chase I think it was Talladega. And he said the one thing about when you're you're behind his you know what you have to do. They go there when they roll that car off the truck into that garage area. They're going. They're just for they're not staged pointing. They're not doing this. They're not doing now. Alan Gustafson and chase Elliott know that they need to be in the lead on lap three twelve or whenever we throw the checkered flag and that's the only goal and so there is a degree agree that that does define a little bit closer what they need to do. Where when you look at the other guys? They're all within twenty three points. They could be in the middle of that race running calculators others and doing math because one of them had a bad stage or something chase Elliott. It's simple for him going to go on. Dia some woody. Let's talk about. Sim raceway specifically. You mentioned any Hamlin in his comfort level there Alex one of the things he said over the weekend I thought was really interesting. It is still the same race track. But with the way restarts there are now with the new positioning at the start. Finish line. oftentimes you're starting restarting in the turn itself. And then you're fanning out five six wide before you gotta funnel it back down again. That's going to add to the whole level of crazy there. It absolutely is and when you look at the the last handful of races that I assume raceway in Phoenix. We've had a lot of long green flag run so those restarts at the conclusion of the stages or any caution flags for that matter They're going to be absolute chaos. So I love okay. The the thinking is here because if you have the chance to be a part of the championship four on points you're going to be awfully nervous when those restarts come around if you're chase L. E.. You got nothing to lose your relaxed. Go get it but you gotta be careful all the way around this place because if you get into the fence racing a little too aggressively or balance off of another car and have time maybe cut a tire down. If you have to make an unscheduled green flag pit stop. It doesn't matter if you need points or if you need a win the bottom bottom line is chances are your race is going to be over. So there's GonNa be some puckered up race car drivers on restarts remember because nobody nobody wants to be the guy that drops lug nut on the four tire change or can't get the car review order. Have the Jack Fall off out from underneath the Jack Peg on the side of the car. Little little tiny mistakes can absolutely not happen if you're one of the championship contenders all right. Mike there you go alex and Stephen. I've just solve all the world's problems now we'll just have have to wait and see how it plays out this

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"christopher bell" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

11:08 min | 1 year ago

"christopher bell" Discussed on The Final Lap

"The winning. We're GONNA get another restraining order do that. I think anytime you're winning at this level. There's a little bit of a pinch me feeling you know look. This is really really difficult. These phrases to win you know we we went seven or eight racists here where we were. You know feeling like we had been shot. Wind speed wise and you know we are best finish was. I don't even know you know what I mean. It's like you gotTa have some things. Go your way sometimes and we certainly had that last two weeks. We've had fast race cars and we've executed and done all the little things right but they're still. They're still uh other stuff. That's involved in I got you got a pinch me a little bit so yeah I think for sure there is but for us we we try not to get too caught up in it and we'll whoa enjoy it tonight and tomorrow there's no question but back to you know Mondays back to work trying to look forward to the Robo Hindu things when you do go homestead burn breaks it down. He's he's a pair with it yeah. Maybe I mean obviously a couple of weeks so we all know the sport. Go but I mean I think for us to get two one. Two three four as a company who have any track is going to be here. I mean this has been you know really great track for for JJ are over the years until it you know specifically so I think thank yeah I mean just having good notes to go off of and continue to try and improve improvers so so critical and it's it's hard when you're racing teammate's everybody's looking at each other's notes here as each other so it was still pretty awesome and Cole pearn his thoughts. These should be animated animated after the Stenhouse Spin. He did a great job there. you know to really once. I saw that we only lost a couple of spots was was impressive but you know it was is kind of a bummer at that point because we chase down the eighteen that whole second stage and then you know we we had worked out and the restore we'd you know got back by him and then and then pass the two and got back control the rate so it was just like. Oh man here we go again in you know we just we just made the right. Adjustments on the last. Stop need a really good job at the the beginning the wrong kind of taking care of his tires new. There's a lot of APPs left. I think that was the one thing that gives us. A little bit of comfort owners like eighty laps so yeah he did. He did a great job by denial is going to go that well but slightly less mad at seventeen after after that ending for sure and Joe Yeah I absolutely thrill. Oh for all of this. what reflect on is all the partnerships we have when you think about. Toyota what that means to them. CALL HIM BOB and and everybody on the phone tonight as just a huge deal had your call Johnny couldn't get through his probably hunting now some feel someplace but and then jeff at out on I think that's what I kind of reflect on each time all those people that they are sport is totally different the people gamble and come with you and say they're willing to invest some of their resources with you and then to see them. Get you know get a victory and have all of you. Guys writing about them and everything is just the thrill. It's a thrill for all of us our partnership ownership with Toyota I think about all everybody back home I think about jd and building the race team Koi being in there with us now and our family. We're just blessed to to have the kind of people we we have around us and I think that you know when you have a night like tonight tonight. That may never happen again certainly for us. is absolutely thrilled and I was just thrilled to be a part of it so there you have the Joe Gibbs. Racing racing crew the winner. I kind of fell asleep. Did he say told team effort or no I don. I fell asleep to it. Was it was like four minutes long. I know it's hard to keep keep in there with Joe. You know he's got to get all the drivers and every person who's ever even touched the race car and every sponsor and every I mean he just goes on on why don't he should record that once because he wins a lot and just and just as soon as he gets up to the podium just plot as recorder. I'm talking cardboard cutout and just hit play. That's awesome. That would be really cool. You don't really need Joe because he says he wins a lot and he says the same thing over and over again. That's a good point. That's a good point. Although it is nice to see joe well yeah yeah that's true but he could phone it in so to speak if he really wants to if he wants to go on vacation you know right. Nice Little Vaca- in case of win an open envelope so open envelope but basically yeah the the odds are pretty good definitely have things on lockdown this year so so for Martin tricks junior yeah hit me with that Stat Pack Yeah Stat Pac man step back he had no kershaw track winds go into the season. He'd been very close. He'd had lots heartbreaker over the years now all of a sudden this two in a row he has swept Richmond for the season. That's too short track wins on his resume. That's awesome sweet. Yeah this is also a sixth win of the season which most of anybody in the entire series and last time he had over six wins in a season he won the championship back in two thousand seventeen so that that's it's big we said already second in a row first time he's ever done that. They one through four jager finish although now it's one three as Air Jones was D- queued Yep and then of course he would get spun while leading and went back to fourth or fifth or something when the caution came out and worked as a way back into the lead and won the race. It looked look devastating at first and then on the restart. He's like listed fourth or third or something like that. Yeah yeah yeah so luckily they had things brought out pretty good because he'd you've been running such a feverish pace but yeah it's still final segment the race and you're like late in this thing for that to happen but I it wasn't anything to hold him. I'm driving along and Ricky stenhouse junior. I'm doing my thing all there's lear. Let's wreck him. That's what was going through his mind but uh like it if you're was that's much much more much more of a funny picture just seem like he was out there director leader for no particular reason well you now. It's easy to say when you're watching it but you're in a high power high-powered racecar he had just gotten brand new tires and when you get brand new tires your car runs runs a lot faster. It's hard to kind of adjust in. It could have been a weird thing but the brakes look like they locked up. You could see the smoke coming off the tires as he went straight nutrients. I felt bad for him in that moment because that's not as a race car driver. I don't think that's the moment you ever want to be involved in is when the race car the leader of the race is coming by you you alter possibly the ending of the race. Obviously that didn't end up happening is tricks came back to win but you never want to be involved in an incident with the leader on Ricky stenhouse junior. I'm rear-drive in Richmond. There's leader. I'm GonNa get fired this week. Might as well take out leader. What do I got to lose. Do you think he knew sure what they always know. You think he knew he was already going to be canned. Yeah absolutely it's a yeah totally. I mean look Chris. Butcher was stone face in the Vegas media center when when when asked like Oh. I can't talk about that right when there's a reason because this would have been crazy to hear this news beforehand but well yeah I really I think NCAA had he heard the news beforehand. I don't I think he would have made sure that he did not do this to the next level if it was possible. I really don't think he knew all right up. Next Christopher Bell Cole custer between your ears back to back interviews on the final lap weekly cold custard Mike us at facebook facebook dot com slash the final lap us. This is the final land weekly going on the vinyl apples once again is Christopher Bell. Welcome back to the program. Yeah thank you for having me all right. You've had quite the season got lots of wins. You're fighting for the we'll be fighting for the championship. You've got to be pretty happy about that. Yeah it's been a great year for us. We unfortunately are not in position to win the regular season championship but we've capitalize on all of our really a fast race cars and we've won six races so it'd be nice add seventh one get a couple more bonus points before we start points race in the playoffs here starting next week with racking up all those those winds during the regular seasons as just build your confidence for the postseason yeah absolutely and last year we were very fortunate because we were able to win the first race at Richmond and lock ourselves into the second round so that's a really big focus for next going into next week. You've you've got quite a battle between the top three or four in the series you guys are ribbon each other on twitter and stuff. We get along pretty good. You know we obviously we wanNA beating beat each other pretty bad so there's a friendly rivalry going on for sure with the the championship format and elimination and all that stuff how I mean it's got to be crazy. Tens out there for you. Yeah it's pretty tough. NASCAR is an excellent job creating the formats. Where are you can build yourself a little bit of a cushion by performing well on the regular season which we've done last year though we used up our cushioned by crashing at Kansas and Texas and put us in a must win situation for Phoenix so we're trying to avoid that and get into just maintain and if we can win the first couple of races that's fine fine but if we can't then we gotta make sure that we are way through with the season as long as it is and and grinding and grueling week after week and it's now that you have to step it up right yeah. It's it's a Lotta Fun. Though it's I love Racin and I'm glad that our schedule as long as it is what what are some of the tracks on the playoff schedule that you got circled and they can win there and honestly we have a lot of them that are really good for us. It's unfortunately homestead was the weak link last year so we're really focused on trying to get home said to be one of our best ratio accident in one of our worse. Now you drive a supra unity series of driven production model yet. I have yeah how how is it. Is it how I mean. Obviously it's different but it's got to be pretty cool right yeah. It's it's really cool. It's a lot of fun to drive. They've got a lot of horsepower. They're really small and light and very nimble to what about your dirt dirt. Track schedule is kind of going to be put on pause during the playoffs. I wouldn't say it's going to be put on pause but with our schedule being so ramped up. We haven't had any off leaks so I haven't been able to do a lot when you're setting up a car out there on the track getting ready to pass some. How much do you process. WHO's behind behind the wheel? WHO's driving at how they raise you or just pass everybody to say honestly you just kind of look at them as a car number and just another competitors so you do take in reference. Prince of how they've raced you before you know if you get a guy that's always crowd near then. We'll you'll recognize that but for the most part is just another competitor out there. When you're coming back to race tracks like this week at Vegas. You've been here earlier in the season but completely different conditions. It was cooler now. It's hot. How much can you can you gain from that previous run at that track back a lot and we we're actually really good in the spring so hopefully that translates here too in the fall last year. The fall race was one of our worst vegas races so worry..

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"christopher bell" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"christopher bell" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"In concord, North Carolina. Here is your host Mike Bagley, and I'll everybody welcome to another edition of NASCAR live Mike Bagley here with the entire M R N crew, so thankful you have tuned in and are with us for yet. Another weekly get together. We've got lots to cover today. We'll talk to reigning two thousand eighteen gander outdoors structure champion Brett Moffitt on his new ride. We're all. Also going to get a preview of the chili bowl from Christopher bell. We're gonna talk new rules and changes, we'll see on the track with Woody Kane and a whole lot more. I though there was some sad news over the weekend that affected the NASCAR community. Joe Gibbs racing. Co founder and team president JD gifts has to way at the age of forty nine. The son of coach Joe Gibbs JD was more than just his father's right hand. Man. J D background to everybody. Here's probably maybe kids like this treaty gave it everything he had ever experienced ever ever sporty play in nineteen Ninety-seven just six years into the team's existence. Gibbs gave his son the rains naming him team president. I started JD was the guy that kinda prompted us. All let's try something motor sports starts twenty-first JD Gibbs and the MBNA Chevrolet from there. He was instrumental in developing and growing the powerhouse team. Joe Gibbs racing is today. Tony Stewart has clinched the two thousand two NASCAR Winston Cup championship with Joe gifts. What a car owners. It gets puck dollar out. Joe? JD helped expand the organization's single car team in to a or car force winning or Cup series championships. It's rare that's gonna experience some live like this law gave us great day and to Daytona five hundred's by one one hundred of a second. Denny Hamlin has won the fifty eighth running of the Daytona five hundred was a mazing is essentially as the reason I got hired J G R. He's the one that traveled down to hickory and watch me run laps in a late model in the middle of winter and told his dad that he thought I was something JD was such an instrumental part of my early career. And you know, there's a great picture in my parents house that my mom really really likes. My very first start in Daytona. And it's me JD sitting on the wall. And my dad is in the background, and it was kind of like the passing of the torch. Right. You know from my dad having to finance my racing career and be. Mentor to JD thin taking over. So as a special pitcher that we have on behalf of the motor racing network. We want to express our sincere condolences to the Gibbs family into the many affected by the passing of Joe Gibbs racing hesitant JD Gibbs..

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"christopher bell" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"christopher bell" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"In concord, North Carolina. Here is your host Mike Bagley, and I'll everybody welcome to another edition of NASCAR live Mike Bagley here with the entire M R N crew, so thankful you have tuned in and are with us for yet. Another weekly get together. We've got lots to cover today. We'll talk to reigning two thousand eighteen gander outdoors structure champion Brett Moffitt on his new ride. We're all. Also going to get a preview of the chili bowl from Christopher bell. We're gonna talk new rules and changes, we'll see on the track with Woody Kane and a whole lot more. I though there was some sad news over the weekend that affected the NASCAR community. Joe Gibbs racing. Co founder and team president JD gifts has to way at the age of forty nine. The son of coach Joe Gibbs JD was more than just his father's right hand. Man. J D background to everybody. Here's probably maybe kids like this treaty gave it everything he had ever experienced ever ever sporty play in nineteen Ninety-seven just six years into the team's existence. Gibbs gave his son the rains naming him team president. I started JD was the guy that kinda prompted us. All let's try something motor sports starts twenty-first JD Gibbs and the MBNA Chevrolet from there. He was instrumental in developing and growing the powerhouse team. Joe Gibbs racing is today. Tony Stewart has clinched the two thousand two NASCAR Winston Cup championship with Joe gifts. What a car owners. It gets puck dollar out. Joe? JD helped expand the organization's single car team in to a or car force winning or Cup series championships. It's rare that's gonna experience some live like this law gave us great day and to Daytona five hundred's by one one hundred of a second. Denny Hamlin has won the fifty eighth running of the Daytona five hundred was a mazing is essentially as the reason I got hired J G R. He's the one that traveled down to hickory and watch me run laps in a late model in the middle of winter and told his dad that he thought I was something JD was such an instrumental part of my early career. And you know, there's a great picture in my parents house that my mom really really likes. My very first start in Daytona. And it's me JD sitting on the wall. And my dad is in the background, and it was kind of like the passing of the torch. Right. You know from my dad having to finance my racing career and be. Mentor to JD thin taking over. So as a special pitcher that we have on behalf of the motor racing network. We want to express our sincere condolences to the Gibbs family into the many affected by the passing of Joe Gibbs racing hesitant JD Gibbs..

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"christopher bell" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"christopher bell" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"We've got a great guest today. We've got Christopher bell two-time defending winner of the chili bowl who is set to defend his title this next week. We're talking on the Thursday before he heads to also Christopher thanks for being here. Thank you. You just returned from New Zealand, and we were talking about how we followed that we had some stories NBC sports dot com. There was a lot of chatter on social tell me about how the tripling, and it was it was a lot of fun. So I was able to go to New Zealand back in the summer of or New Zealand summer of twenty thirteen to twenty fourteen whenever I went down there. The first time they're raises scheduled, and I think I was down there for a total of twenty days. And I said I was never going back. Just because we didn't get to race very much one night, rain doubt. And it was a long trip, but this year, it was a. Johnathon? They've made the schedule a lot better where we had six races planned over the course of I think we were down there for fourteen days. So we got a little bit before Christmas on Christmas Eve and had two days off. And then once we started racing, man. It was go go go. So if anybody knows me racing smile deal, so my girlfriend her family were able to go with this. So the girls kinda went vacationed in in me my future. Father in law went down there worked on the racecars. So I got to raise she got the vacation. And it was a win win. That's cool. I don't want to correct you. But when you say girlfriend. Oh, yeah, we talked to her name is Morgan Morgan. Okay. And she's is she from Oklahoma's wealth. No, she's from Ohio. Her name's more you Kim and her family groups Qarase in her uncle's car driver and her dad is dark chiefs of. Yeah..

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Denny Hamlin leaves best pit stall to JGR teammate Kyle Busch

ATN

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Denny Hamlin leaves best pit stall to JGR teammate Kyle Busch

"On Friday and Florida at one hundred seventy three point eight six three miles an hour. Bush held on for the second spot to be the highest qualifier among the four playoff contenders. Martin true ex-general wolof third Sunday, followed by Brad Kazlauskiene playoff contender. Joey Logano to round out the top five. Kevin Harvick will start twelfth on Sunday. The series Ford ego boost three hundred is set for Saturday. At homestead Miami speedway. The championship for drivers for the twenty eighteen extended title include Daniel Hamrick. Christopher bell Cole Custer and Tyler Rettig. The

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AJ Allmendinger out at JTG Daugherty Racing after 2018

NASCAR Live

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

AJ Allmendinger out at JTG Daugherty Racing after 2018

"In late this afternoon. JT Daugherty racing announced that AJ almond Dinger would not continue with the team beyond the 2018 monster energy, NASCAR Cup series season. No replacement driver has been announced. Almond. Dinger has been with JT Doherty's since midway through the twenty thirteen season and has one win with the team. Coming back at Watkins. Glen in two thousand fourteen. He sits twenty

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"christopher bell" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"christopher bell" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Welcome to the hassard embassy podcast on your host. Nate Ryan today here at expanding playoff media day where I am joined by Christopher bell from Joe Gibbs racing. Thanks for being here. Crisper. Thanks for having me. All right, pre she had it. So in the research I did for this Christopher, I was looking at your background and I'm just struck and how many similarities there are with Kyle. Larson you guys are kind of inextricably linked, not just from the chili bowl, battle that you won this year, but the way you followed in his footsteps literally in some cases with teams you've been on. So I just want to talk about your background and how it's similar to his and coming up through dirt racing. She give some credit to the open red podcast. You have been on there twice and had a lot of interesting things to say about where you came from. And the first one ask you about is you start out running micros sprints. Is that right in Oklahoma when you were eleven or twelve? What is the Oklahoma racing scene? Like? I know obviously there's the chili bowl and Tulsa, but was it like growing up? Did you grow up in Norman? Yeah. So I actually started race. Saying at six, it was my first year racing, so the micro seen in Oklahoma is is actually, or it was really big. There were race tracks spread out all over Oklahoma, and you know it's kinda headlined by Tulsa shootout, which is actually it's at the same venue, same racetrack as the chili bowl. It's just run a couple of weeks earlier. So the micro scene is really big in Oklahoma. That's where I cut my teeth growing up. And you know, I, I lived in Oklahoma until I was sixteen years old, and then I actually moved to Hyatt's run sprint cars. There's not as big as Microsoft racing is in Oklahoma, which are basically miniature sprint cars. There's really no sprint car stuff in Oklahoma. Right? I was surprised. You didn't run a sprint, cartoon, seventeen sixteen. Yep. So there's no spreaker racing in Oklahoma and you see it time and time. Again, there's a ton of professional racecar drivers that come out of Oklahoma. You have most recently Brady bacon, myself, and then moving on forward Andy, Helen. Berg is, you know, a really famous from car driver ran with the world of. Laws Darryn Pitman Shane Stewart. There's a ton of sprint car racers that make a living in the sport, but all of them get out of Oklahoma there from Oklahoma, really, there's no smirk are racing there, so you have to kind of move out. So I moved to Ohio lived in Ohio for, I think, a year or so, and then moved to Indiana to pursue my racing career. But yeah, so I grew up in Oklahoma, and then I, I got out of their my middle teen years and sort of weird because there's no weekly seen in your native state, but yet the chili bowl, one of the probably what two or three most prestigious events in the entire sprint car willed is is based in tolls. Yeah, it's crazy man, the the chili bowl, that's that's really what they got. There's no weekly, sprint car in the outlaws come in, you know, once every other year so and have one race a year there. One racist every two years or so. But yeah, there's there's no smart curry Senate, Oklahoma, it's a shame, but I did grow up microscopes in there..

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"christopher bell" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"christopher bell" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"Guys rustler's used to say to be the man, you gotta beat the man, and that's certainly what you've been doing lately d- do you think confidence is an underrated aspect of racing when you compare it to other sports and pumpkin hits is everything. It is literally everything. I remember back to my sprint car days. Whenever you get confidence and even it, it translates to stock cars to you. Whenever you have confidence, you look at situations so much differently. You know, you could be buried back in eighth twelfth place, and you know, whenever you have confidence, you're like, oh, this is easy. I'll just go to the top here. Go to the bottom here zig-zagged through this corner and to the front. We go. Would you describe it. And then you, you lose your confidence and it's like, man, I'm sitting here in twelve. How am I going to do this? There's so many cars in front of you, and it's it. Confidence is a funny thing because it's so hard to build up yet. It's so easy to tear down. Yeah, and that's what the good guys are able to do is just keep that confidence and know that they're, no, they're the best certainly is before we let you go, Knoxville, nationals coming up. Are you going to be there and what's your dirt schedule look like for the rest of the season? Or do you know yet? Yeah, unfortunately, I, there won't be any Knoxville nationals for me not going to be able to do it with the road course races coming up this next two weekend. But as far as my dirt racing, I don't really know what's going on. I was able to raise a lot throughout the the middle for the beginning parts of summer through June July because there's a lot of speed weeks going on, and it makes it easy to go race on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday. But now the speed weeks are kinda slowed down and there's not a lot of Sunday, Monday, Tuesday. Racing going on. So I haven't really am on top of that. We don't have any awfully. So it's making it tough to find a scheduled to lay out or race to go run. So I don't really know what I got going on for the dirt. So just trying to pick and choose what race track I want to go to, and you know, we'll, we'll see what happens in the future, but I don't have anything scheduled right now. The calendar often takes precedence for sure. We'll Christopher congratulations on three straight wins will be watching this week and see if you can get four and a really strong start to the season man. It's been fun to watch for. Sure. Thank you. That's Christopher bell. And what he came from earlier today coming up. Next we're gonna go face to face with Kurt Busch. And later we'll talk with Todd Gordon about setting up a race car at Watkins, Glen in a sport driven by celebration..

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Martin Truex Jr. brings the horsepower at Kentucky

Raceline Radio

03:36 min | 2 years ago

Martin Truex Jr. brings the horsepower at Kentucky

"Line on the radio network with the latest news and opinion and here we go on the race line race rap thirtysecond honda indy toronto in a scorcher it was when everything came unglued though in lap thirty four when the leader joseph new garden got bogged down it off grew tire marbles new zealand's scott dixon shot up into the lead knee held it there for its third one of the season third in toronto simon panel second and podium third in his hometown race for robert wiggins how fine is this his oakville team may jeans hinge james hinchcliffe other fourth charlie kimball fifth montreal zach claim into mental good story here to started dead last twentythird scored fourteenth healthy weekend throng for the thirty second running of the streets of toronto for the indycar series just might be the best one we've seen in maybe twenty years i don't know what you think i've thought it was pretty good indycar points into middle high auto the toronto in just about doubles dixon's points lead he leads new by sixty two coming up in our guest segments detail rundown of the finishing order then toronto star wheels norris mcdonald will join us for some expert analysis of the chase by the lake and thanks to all who stop by our broadcast location on thunder rally with our toronto affiliate to say hello and benches with us darn hot but darn good indycar notes if you don't mind i wanna go back a page to hinchcliffe win on the iowa oval the race ending under caution something nascar considers burning at the stake worthy heresy hinch has no trouble with races ending under caution but you gotta be careful this is rooted in fuel if the track is clean with two laps to go then yam forum i don't i'm not a big fan of like doctoring the length of a race just to make sure it ends under green for me there's too many races that are fuelled races for us we run out of fuel crossing the line and if all of a sudden a yellow fly comes out with to go and ends up becoming a green white checkered erases erases done and i don't i don't think that's fair we go into it knowing how long it's going to be and that's what we planned for so that's what i want to run the exactly fuel aside you are manipulating the finish of a race when you add laps to try and ended under green and i don't like that at all and i think you all know that all the indy lights tidy up toronto began to indy lights award in arusha one those candidates kelly was fifth and sixth master hadas peres well arenas vk one both of those candidates parker thompson finished eighth in both of those endeavors nascar cup under the lights again this time in kentucky and martin to x junior and canadian crew chief copan dominating proceedings leading all but ninety three of the two hundred and sixty seven laps win number four on the season for true junior the defending champion ryan blaney second brad keselowski third kozlowski still winless the season that's a surprise cup points in new hampshire kyle busch who was fourth at kentucky leads harvard who was fifth by fifty nine cup clippings or plans come together it seems at charlotte pretty nicely for the september thirtieth wroval four hundred i playoff road course in nascar history longest road course in the sanction as well two point two eight miles seventeen turn road thing thirtyfive feet of elevation change that uses a portion of the charlotte oval kind of like what they do daytona it will be the first cutoff race of ten race cup playoff nascar xfinity at kentucky the christopher bell canada's alex labbe thirtysecond with some contact trucks ben rhodes took that candidate stuart friesen second that i win is coming and coming soon nascar canada avocado indie that went to andrew ranger from one week up for germany twentysecond lewis hamilton accepting the apology from kimi raikkonen for their first lap crash off the start of the british grand prix and wants to move on oh we're so happy to hear this lewis was clobbered by the ferrari driver turned three at silverstone which dropped to eighteenth but wasn't a treat ever watch him charge back through to.

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"christopher bell" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"christopher bell" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"The inside of john hundred nemechek goes to the inside of nemechek but hema checks strong off the exit of turn number four maintains that position chastain falls into the clutches of michael michael annett is right there on the back bumper of ross chastain is those two race offering turn number two for the nightspot trusted has the nine spot right now michael content to just right in his trailer tracks into the third corner needs to the main straight away there are two laps to go in stage two it's just an all geyer tyler rettig austin syndrich christopher bell met tift the top five leaders head to the backstretch justin all very smooth since he's taken the lead that car has not moved an inch off from the inside lane wheels that black chevy camaro down in the tournament three and again the left side tires right down near the apron of the race dry and justin all geyer exits the corner cleanly flashes by the start finish line one lap to go in stage number two we'll follow the leader back to turn wine joel stern all guy or again really really stout here now course lights just a little bit about a half grew up off the bottom as he wheels it off from tournament to write out along the safer barrier here on the backstretch turn down into tournament three all are looking good here in this one leaders come out of turn number four the green white checkered flag is flying and justin all geyer wins stage to the one main financial two hundred tyler rennick across the line in second austin syndrich christopher bell matt tip the top five the caution flag will fly ninety laps so the two hundred in the books here at the monster mile hey race fans bubble wallace here driver of the.

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