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"conor daly" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

06:25 min | 2 months ago

"conor daly" Discussed on NASCAR America

"And guys, this is the craziest one. You head towards the slash of Kane where you gotta like ask the car to slow down, break and come off the banking all at the same time. It's just one of the wildest laps in all of racing, I think. Yeah, that's pretty cool taking a job around the rover here and great insight there from Parker. DJ, I think what's interesting is that the next gen, a lot of it's development occurred at the oval. About a year ago, teams turned countless laps. So drivers do enter this race, even though it's the first time they've raced the next gen at this track. They come in with some experience, some laps here, but they also come in with the knowledge that this is where a lot of the steering problem started with the next gen about a year ago, what do you think that's like for the cup drivers? I would think they're coming in with some comfort that like, hey, we've been around this track in this car, but at the same time, when you think about what's happened lately at Bristol and some other places, there's probably some concern as well. I think 100% concern with it, along with other things that have developed through the year with this. I know they've run the tire a number of times. So that's a good thing and having a really seem to have that many issues with this particular tire that Goodyear is bringing this weekend. But those steering concerns, I mean, that's huge. Just watch that lap there that Parker described to us there of how much input you're doing. How much you're turning right and left and then you get into the banking and you're adding that to I think there's reason for some concern and especially those drivers that are in the playoffs and now sit just enough above the cut line that any points lost could be very detrimental to them and their chances for a championship be gone just like that. And after Parker took us on that lap, not that I ever had any thoughts about driving the game but it certainly wouldn't start here. It wouldn't be at this point. I think the mechanical concerns have to be a big issue. You know, we've seen we've seen transmissions. We've seen the steering thing. The steering thing just fascinates me. I talked to a couple of guys this week who had issues at Talladega. Now I understand that at Bristol. And I could understand it here. But in Talladega, when you're afraid to even cut into your pits because you're afraid it's going to lock. Because you don't know where it's at. So whether that's life cycle and the parts and pieces, I don't know. A lot of things are playing down as we wind down through the end of the first year with this car. With the parts and pieces and light and Kevin's car catching on fire, we had already seen two or three, and we talk about that at Darlington and burning down. So there's just issues that can raise their head and no matter how well prepared the team is. And no matter how well prepared the driver is and how focused you are on going out there, the piece of equipment has to hold up. And we've seen issues with the equipment this year. And this is a place just like Bristol that's going to beat that piece of equipment to death. It's going to beat this piece of equipment to death. So it's going to be interesting to see how the playoff contenders do hold up. And not to dwell on things that could go wrong, Parker, but this is also a track where the tire pressures are wildly varying in terms of what works well on the flat infield section versus the banking, especially in a three and four where there's so much load on the tire and I would think you want to keep it kind of lower for the infield section, but that's not going to work so well on banking that's used to taking cars at close to 200 miles an hour. I'm going to call you Steve a tart now date. You just guide that perfectly. Everything I heard Stevie say this morning. No, it's good stuff. I think that really is true. And we talked in the past about how you set up that car for the infield section versus what you want it to do through the banking. And that sort of thing and now really with this car, that lends itself to sort of what you do the tire pressures. And that is a huge discussion that I think it's going to be a game of give and take for those crew chiefs as what you do those tires that are going to have to go to the infield to make grip and very slow speed corners that are just not a lot of grip and want a lot of mechanical grip and then get onto the banking where the car is going to go through a tremendous amount of load, especially that turn three and four bankings you come out of that chicane and head towards the last chicane, that is a tremendous amount of low. That's where some of those issues were happening when testing when we talked about earlier in the year and actually last fall and winter when they were having some of those stream rack issues. So it's just one of those places that you can't really set up for one type of corner, one type of load. So it's going to have to have that give and take and guys, I just want to update you. I did text Conor Daly, asking him Dale Jarrett would want to know that you know it's the rover, he said, checks notes. Yep, got that written down. He'd like you to know Dale. He has all of your die cast cars even the UPS once. He's a big fan. Anyway, I appreciate that. He knows it's a role. So we're good there. We've done our homework there. All right, good, good. Good. Glad we've got that figured out that. I am glad. All right, let's take another phone call from Josh on the line, Josh. Welcome to NASCAR America motormouth. Thanks guys. So forgive me for saying this, but I will preface this question by saying Chevrolet will always have the best drivers as Bill France junior once said to Jimmy Spencer. And so far the season, we've seen chef ray winning consistently both on and off the track while Toyota and Florida are having major losses in penalties. For one, we've seen Chevrolet over the last few weeks getting Kyle Busch Chandler Smith and Brandon Jones, all at Toyota's expense. On the other hand, we've seen Ford have three of their drivers in the Cup Series get level two level penalties throughout this season in Kozlowski and march McDowell before the regular season ended and recently today, Kevin Harvick, where Chevrolet, we haven't seen very many issues with penalties if any at all. So even as a Chevy guy, my question is, how exactly should Ford and Toyota act and what can they do to cut their losses, reduce penalties and keep up with Chevrolet? All right. Well, there's the question from Josh. He thinks manufacturer related penalty problems here. I bet Josh buys a bow tie to work. I bet Josh wears a bottle. Feels a little bit like a Chevy guy. Hey, I think he brings up a good point if you want to talk about Toyota and what they've had to do. I mean, I don't think you have to look any further than 23 11 being born in that situation there of adding a team of that stature in line with Joe Gibbs Racing for a while there.

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"conor daly" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

06:47 min | 2 months ago

"conor daly" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Welcome back to NASCAR, America motor mounts, as I mentioned, NASCAR and NBC tweet here with IndyCar representation. You see them at IndyCar and now you see the NASCAR this weekend at the robo, Marco Andretti making these Xfinity debut. We've got sage Karam has been running in the Xfinity series. This season, he'll be also on the rover X 90 race. And of course, Conor Daly, we talked about making his Cup Series debut at the Charlotte Motor Speedway robo this weekend. So what do you guys think? A lot of IndyCar representation. A lot of Indy 500 starters in the field of NASCAR races this weekend. Yep, let's send some of our guys over there. Just pick us three or four in cinema over there. I'm hearing you might see one next year. So it's pretty close. Breaking right here on motor mouse. Come on, break it. Break it. Break it. But it's pretty close. We'll see. Anyway. I'm excited because I think I said earlier, I just like seeing the crossover. You know, I like seeing these guys come over and do this. I like seeing NASCAR drivers go do the Rolex 24. You know, I just like seeing race car drivers mix it up and show how cool motor sports is all around and that you don't need to be a fan. You know, if you're a fan of just IndyCar, you know, there's no reason just to pigeonhole yourself there, not watch NASCAR. There's no reason not to check out all different motor sports. For so many years, for so many years, we didn't have that. If you go back to the late 60s and the 70s and stuff, you had Bobby and Donnie and kale. They went and ran Indy cars. And you had Mario and AJ and those guys and they would come over here. And then it just became specialized. And nobody crossed that border. Nobody crossed that border. That is the cool thing now. Is to see people crossing. And listen, we talked about it. We've talked about it on this show. We've talked about it pre race. This car we felt like would open that door with so many things that these guys are more used to. Not the antiquated stock cars that we've run for the last 20 or 30 years. That type of thing. But this car with the independent rear suspension, the rack, the sequential shift, so many things are what they're used to. So hopefully we'll see more of it. Yeah, Marco Andretti will have none of that, by the way. Guess what? Marco Andretti will have none of that in the mini car. I just can't. All right, I just can't imagine first start roval. Forgiveness. You're right. Which Burton has been saying all year that this is the second toughest track on the circuit after Darlington DJ. So when I ask you, I mean, you've been at the Indy 500. So you've talked to some of these guys. Why are they coming to Charlotte Motor Speedway, I guess, to make their NASCAR debuts in the case of Andretti and Connor Daly. Cup Series DB section. They are a 100% sure and know that it's the robo, right? That is not the okay, they're not. I might have to text them real quick. I'm gonna text them and just find out that he has to go left. I don't know why they would want to come for this. But because they do so much of the road racing side in their Indy cars, I would imagine that has something to do with it. And for the ones that have run Daytona, the 24 hours there, you know, it's a little bit simpler in that respect. And obviously their season being over. It's a good time for them to come. I think it's great that we get to see them in an environment that they're kind of uncomfortable in. It's just like when our guys go over and try to run the IndyCar. I mean, Jimmy Johnson found out, that's tough over there. Among many others that have gone over during the year. So I just think it's fun to see them out of their regular environment and see what they can do. And the appreciation is to have one. Yeah, and Marco got used to being wrecked by Paul Tracy and Tony Stewart in that example. So yeah, so he knows how they drive. So he's ready for it. All right, yeah. Well, speaking of things that are confusing, I did say that we had talked about this earlier. That was on a social segment, which you'll be able to see later in the week. A bigger discussion about the IndyCar guys coming in NASCAR. We talked about it in the lobby before we came here. I'm new to this hosting thing in case she hadn't been that out. Let's go to the phones. NASCAR America motor mouse and start with our friend Marvin blue Marvin, welcome to the program. Thanks, snake. Great to be back on it, not being on yet. Last Monday, I got sick at a football game. I don't know. Football is not a good sport. Marvin. Swap the ball. It's not a good sport, man. Yeah, I know. But hey, we're heading to the local this weekend, and I got to know. Who are you guys picking the win on Sunday? And I want to give you guys my pick on who is winning on Sunday. Daniel Suarez is going to win. I'm sorry. My foot down. It's a bold pick, Marvin. I don't know if we'll get a pick his bold from that is his three, but have at it. So I'm going to go, I'm going to go bold like Marvin. I'm going to go Ross Chastain. All the way to Phoenix. I got Ross going all the way to Phoenix. So I'm going to say Ross Chastain this weekend. How about that? I'll go along with Marvin with track house. I'm going to take what I consider kind of the layup and the easy way, and I'm going to give you two drivers. And they drive that number 8 and number 9 cars because neither one of them have anything to lose and they're probably the two best road racers in this car with tower Reddick and now chase Elliott with him having an open weekend, basically. They've got nothing to lose. And they've been the two best at this. I don't see why one of them house money for the guys. At no points involved, all they want to do is win. Yep. These are good picks, guys. But they're all going to lose to my pick. William Byron in the 24 car. Will win at the role. Count it. I don't know what the odds are right now. I haven't seen them yet, but that's who's gonna win. The one we worried about this penalty situation. He's gonna go win. He's just gonna put a bottom. You should call, you need to call mister H and let him know everything's gonna be okay. You know, that's my next text. Every time I text him about a ride, he doesn't respond, but this time I'm sure, yeah. I thought he was at your Beck and call. Yeah, it's perfect for good answer this. That's great. Yeah, I cancel the appeal hearing, Parker has picked it. And so I get it. William Byron winning this race would be pretty monumental because as I just said, a lot of people say this might be the toughest track in the playoffs after Darlington. What makes this track so difficult? I know it's kind of like, I mean, I always think of it as like, it's almost like this Frankenstein monster of racetracks where they've combined an oval with a road course with we're going to have street course type narrowness and being close to the walls.

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"conor daly" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

04:00 min | 4 months ago

"conor daly" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Really begin to change because you had lead lap cars on the outside line. Lap down cars in the inside line. And it was a matter of respect if you were one lap down, the guys that were two and three left, they respected you being one lap down. They let you go around. You were one lap down. You respected that outside lane because they were still in the late Latin. Now that first guy, he's going to race his rear end off to make that get that lap back. But listen, we had a lot more cautions in my day from broke parts and things like that. And you talk about cautions bringing caution so you hoped you got your lap back at didn't have the lucky dog didn't have that. But you respected the space. You respected the space that he took getting into turn one. And I think this car, I think there's a lot of factors that have put Corey Lajoie Joey Logano, Kyle Larson, these guys in this situation that I've never had to deal with as a driver. Never had to deal with. This is a driver. I know I watched some of these things sometimes. And growing up with those really older guys, if that carnage happened in turn one, they would be a heavyweight bout. And the garage when that race was over with. You know what I mean? They would have just gone at it with each other. We don't have that. You don't have that. So I think we have to redefine what the sport is and redefine what we expect from competitors. And I think each competitor has that line, it's not a total amount of disrespect. I can't say that it's disrespect. And I've thought about this today. I can't say that I disrespect Corey Lajoie. But I respect my team that I drive for it and I respect that I need to get in front of him right this very minute. And my time's up. Right. Well, I feel like the line of the saying always continues to get washed away by the shore, right? This is where the respect level lies. Okay, that's pushed a little bit further. We'll push a little bit further. Now, multiple layers to the topic of respect. What is it? And I feel like it ebbs and flows was certainly the racetracks to go to, but certainly the cars you race quick story and you can appreciate this. I was hanging out with Conor Daly a couple of your IndyCar guys, Conor Daly Colton heard a Scott McLaughlin in the topic came up about NASCAR drivers. Why do they run all over each other? It's like, well, when I door smash Joey Logano, I'm not worried about launching him into the catch fence, right? It's just like how safe these race cars are. You don't pay a penalty or consequence when you run on the back of somebody because you can square them up and you don't have any cosmetic damage. So I'm not worried about Joey's well-being or safety. I'm trying to get my car positioned in front of his because it pays better fly cars in front of. And the continued line that the owners are wanting the aggressiveness out of the race car drivers how much playoff points are important and how arrow dependent these race cars are, restarts are the only place where you really can pass three or four cars in one corner. And especially when you go with a 400 yard launch pad into a 90° corner, we have to go down 31 hour. That was an exaggerated version of what we've seen the respect level starting to tailor, starting to maybe lower a bit, but I don't think that any, I think everybody has an inherent respect as a race car driver for each other. And it's really just everybody's patience is really thin, right? Yeah. It's like a confluence. It seems like to me, like three things, like one, some new racetracks, like you mentioned, Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course has that launch pad going down into turn one kind of similar to Watkins Glen has that as well. Two next gen car, which, as you said, much more durable, drivers wanted that. They didn't want what they had with the gen 6, where you get a tire rub just from lean on a guy. This thing is much more bulletproof. And three, like all of that kind of coming together with the driver attitudes. Kyle, it's just, it's sort of like a different world, right? Well, yes, it is a different world. And I think and Corey brings it up. I think the racetracks bring a lot,

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"conor daly" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

02:55 min | 6 months ago

"conor daly" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Logano has been wanting to come out and it's really neat right now, especially with electric series because NASCAR doesn't have a lot of time off, but even looking at some of the F one and any car drivers. It's kind of why we get our season a little bit later in the year, especially for the U.S. to the North America rounds. Is to get as many of these drivers as possible just to jump in and rallies kind of cool because, you know, you got a little bit of everything. There's some sections that a guy like Scott speed with kind of F one NASCAR background comes in and he'll kill us on and then we got other sections that's more dirt background where some of the guys are going from off road truck racing are doing exceptionally well and kind of picking up learning how to fly the motocross have a huge advantage coming in. First couple rounds, but now even the traditional kind of racers are picking up how to fly the car, how to keep the nose up, watching Kyle Busch, Kyle is one of one of, if not the greatest drivers in the world and him flying the car for the first couple of times, it's pretty funny. And you know, just because he hadn't flown anything before, but it didn't take him long and it's a cool sport because you can really get the best of everyone. But the biggest thing is just having something alive on peacock, anyone can come and they can stream it. It's really, really cool for us. All my Friends and family can watch it and just trying to get better and better coverage as we go on. We get the drone pilots are back for this year. And every round except for the first round England didn't like a drone pilot flying that close to all the bands, but we can get away with a lot more stuff in North America. So that's always some good footage to watch from. So Travis, you mentioned some of the drivers that have done it from the NASCAR world and some of the people that you've talked to, who's like on your wish list for this season and also from beyond the NASCAR world as you referenced the IndyCar F one and some other series. I mean, it's just been a really neat to get such a wide variety of people. You know, definitely a lot of NASCAR drivers have been showing interest, but even, you know, we go to a Canadian around. We got a snow round. I mean, it's actually two ice rounds. So we're going to have hundred foot jumps built on ice. In Canada. So definitely trying to get like a hinge cliff come out, IndyCar guys. Some guys would ask the personality like Conor Daly, I think would be awesome. You can drive anything. Alexander Rossi from India as well. You know, it's pretty wild to see how good the NASCAR guys are and I mean, for Kyle Busch to get fourth and his first round kind of put us to shame. It was a little bit embarrassing to have both of those guys qualify for the main event with him and chase Elliott, but these guys drive all the time. And I tell everyone they're the most underrated drivers in the world and it'd be awesome to have, you know, I think Logano, just from my time when I was at Roush, he was, I still say that the best driver that I've ever seen when he just drives anything. He can get into anything and just absolutely crush it. You know, the NASCAR champion from last.

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"conor daly" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

02:36 min | 6 months ago

"conor daly" Discussed on NASCAR America

"This is and always will be the greatest spectacle in racing. This is the Indianapolis 500. Here comes Dixon. My goodness. Wow. That is big. Award stays out. Conor Daly looks to be following Gibson locks up. Is that going to be a pitch speed violation? Scott Dixon got caught for speeding. There you go. He's going to have to serve a drive through my goodness. And there goes Felix Rosenquist to the front of the field at the Indy 500, Dixon bad luck strikes again. Erickson to the inside. Oh crash, Jimmy Johnson. Totally. This is going to be a two lap challenge like you have never seen. Here we go. Great restart Erickson. And I want it on the attack. Inside. Erickson let it happen. Marcus Ericsson wins the Indianapolis 500 in the most dramatic way. Thanks a lot to all the fans decided to stick around tonight. They have been watching racing here for 5 hours. And they've seen a lot of great. There's been a lot going on there in 5 hours. Carson throttled down, hustle's off turn two. Briscoe now slides up, squeezes Larson, Marsha will not have any of it. Chase Briscoe spins. He's into the outside wall. The caution comes out. Oh by the way, we're going to overtime. Everybody on your feet, let's find out how this whole thing is going to go down. Martin's in control by a car length. They're going to go three wide into three Austin Dillon to the bottom of the racetrack. Here comes Dylan on the bottom. He'll get side by side with large and all four. Now we've got a car in the wall spinning. That's a Boston Dillon. Also, Kyle Larson is caught up in this Joey Logano Cole Custer all involved in this crash here. Our second overtime is about to get underway. Kyle Busch and Denny Hamlin racing for supremacy here. They looked at the white flag. It's a dead heat bush edges ahead of here comes handling family back to the inside. Danny Hamlin has done it. He's won it. He's finally going to grab the checkered flag in the Coca-Cola 600. His first ever victory in NASCAR's longest race and tonight it was longer than usual 5 hours plus some action at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Well, that's how it sounded.

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"conor daly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:55 min | 6 months ago

"conor daly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"My hand No you hold my hand Here we go Learn about adopting a team from foster care You can't imagine the reward Visit adopt U.S. kids dot org to find out more I learned patience for my adoptive dad All he had to say was hey you got this Just breathe Hey We're pretty good Yeah We have to start a band I got it Learn about adopting a team from foster care You can't imagine the reward Visit adopt U.S. kids dot org to find out more This message is brought to you by adopt U.S. kids the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the ad council With a Bloomberg business of sports report on Michael Barr IndyCar driver Conor Daly says he would gladly take any winning race payouts and deposit traditional American cash straight in his bank And throw in some digital dollars too We have Bitcoin bonuses in our contract so we win according to daily smiling The IndyCar drivers among a growing number of athletes getting into crypto game Team owner Ed Carpenter is a staunch advocate for cryptocurrencies Ed Carpenter racing is better known as the Bitcoin racing team because daily and renus VK both drive Chevrolet's sponsored by bit Nile which owns and operates a data center at which it mines Bitcoin NASCAR driver Landon castle a crypto enthusiast has an Xfinity series sponsorship with Voyager digital and crypto dot com has been on a spending spree over the past year striking sponsorship deals with Formula One And that is a Bloomberg business of sports report on Michael Barr And JIT New Jersey institute of technology makes innovation happen The university helped.

"conor daly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:53 min | 6 months ago

"conor daly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"conor daly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | 6 months ago

"conor daly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"conor daly" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:04 min | 6 months ago

"conor daly" Discussed on KOMO

"ERC E many prices are still high but inflation may be moderating says ABC's mark remould a key gauge that's tracked by the fed up 6.3% last month from the year before but marking the first slowdown since November 2020 consumer spending rose a healthy .9% That potentially encouraging news about inflation helped fuel a broad rally on Wall Street posting its best week in 18 months S&P 500 Index rose over 6% this week the NASDAQ and the S&P indexes rose for the third straight day The jury now has the case in the Johnny Depp defamation trial after Amber Heard return to the stand yesterday ABC's Trevor alts On the stand herds accused Depp of several instances of domestic and emotional abuse all of which Depp denies His legal team trying to point out inconsistencies and herds testimony with witnesses contradicting her account I know how many people will come out and say whatever for him That's his power And in taking questions from her own legal team heard says the worst parts of her life were now being used to humiliate her Here's a racing star who wants more than cold hard cash He wants crypto cabbage More athletes are getting into the crypto craze with their sponsors Conor Daly says he is happy with the 7 figure payout if he wins the Indy 500 Sunday but added that he also has Bitcoin bonuses written into his contract a deal he brokered in Vegas This is ABC News And this is northwest news radio 1000 FM 97 7 We check your traffic every ten minutes on the fours a holiday weekend A lot of people want to know about the roads Natalie Melendez has the latest in the dubin law group traffic center Well I 5 is looking really good out there It looks like there's no delays if you are wanting to head towards Tacoma for the weekend and Seattle outside a Beacon hill both lanes of rain or avenue are still closed between walker and college street and its close for fire activity And I got an update in fife on I 5 south at accident on the right shoulder at exit one 36 is cleared and it looks like.

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"conor daly" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"conor daly" Discussed on NASCAR America

"The is the first attack driver that he has kind of larssen's earn that respect and he has my back for for everything. That's not a good sound. No but i know that sound bite. Maybe maybe we exceeded our free fifteen. Does we got him back right back. We're working on it right basically ready. I reme- i wanna win everything. I'm build a super late model. I wanna go down the snowball to run the world series of asphalt or world series of asphalt car racing and new samara in february Basically my racing career. I wanted everything. I've gotten so i'm gonna continue to try and do that. I've done a truck. I've done at an xfinity car a lot to do it in a cop car. I just wanna win. I wanna be that guy that you guys members a winner and i'm gonna continue doing whatever it takes to do that. We had some technical difficulties. So i apologize for that and we lost a little bit of what you said but ryan. I wanted to ask you on that note. Conor daly ran the c thirty nine race at indy last week and he talked about how running the dirt helped him with oval. So i'm just wondering. How much is there. A challenge switching carter car. And how much. How much does it help. Experience in so many different mediums. On anything that you do. Yeah so. I mean obviously midgets are superlight. They're probably about eight nine hundred pounds and you can really throw them around. And then you add dirt on top of that year you gotta maneuver around you gotta you know. I haven't run in a long time but You need to know when there to look for in search for graph which i feel like modifies suit certain extent have that the only difference is we are picking up seven ten. Can we find grif But yeah i think Being her style whether it's racing midgets sprint cars. A modified late models or road racing. I mean you guys see it now. the cup series is is getting more and more road courses. And i think that's gonna be a a different art that you're going to have to be able to some asser so Yeah i think if you're if you're good race if you want to be a great race car driver you gotta be all right. We've got another caller on the phone. Line for brooklyn go ahead. You're on with rhyme priests. Hey ryan nice to have you on the show I wanted to ask you so basically the daytona five hundred you had to get in on speed or make it through the. Do you have no pressure this time. But there's a different kind of pressure it's to make the playoffs. So what are your thoughts going into. Daytona became because i think a lot of people know by now the daytona is just another word for chaos. So what are your thoughts going into that race. Well i liked pressure. i'm. I'm okay with that so i guess i guess you put down the pressure to make the playoffs thing and really a lot of the credit goes to trento ins and jt g. and everybody there that's speed that they have superspeedway. On this past year. I've had to phenomenal rate cards between daytona and talladega and and just different circumstances held us from getting those top five or top freezer even talking about win right now but i feel i feel very confident that racecar driver when you have a fast race car you can kind of plan your booze and and strategize how you want to you. You want the race to play out for you. So i feel like knowing that my car is gonna be really fast i can. I can really be aggressive. And put myself put myself in a in aggressive positions and beyond the offense majority of the race. So i feel real good about it. I think you brooklyn next up. We have chandler chandler. What's your question. Thank you ryan great to talk to you man A much you all the best of luck coming this saturday at daytona You're welcome mom. My question for you is. Is that and nashville. You made your very first truck series debut and you got your very first win and then you went to pocono in the truck series of nine which. I think that's incredible job on that. So is there a slight possibility that you're going to go to another truck series race later this year Due to the rules. I can't Because they started the playoffs. And i don't believe a cup series driver can do that. I think we all saw that. When ross tried to run on watkins land but I won't be still so much fun watching win in the trucks. Really really cool to see you back in victory lane so we enjoyed it. I know you did as well and ryan thank you so much for your time. Today things joining us and good luck in daytona. Thanks hopefully can be throwing that trophy over my head right. That'd be pretty pretty all right. Thanks again to ryan pres coming up next. We've got the bag man mike.

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"conor daly" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"conor daly" Discussed on WGN Radio

"A T six is from the fourth Flying Training Squadron, Columbus Air Force Base, today's flyover. Now let's meet the starting lineup for the Honda Indy 200 at mid Ohio. Row. 13 Ryan Norman, United States. Jimmy Johnson, United States Road, 12 Conor Daly, United States. Jack Harvey Lincoln, England Row 11 Santino Ferrucci, United States. Don't Kill it. Canada Row 10 Patricio AWARD. Monterrey, Mexico. Takuma Sato, Japan, Row nine, goes on friends. Max Chilton, England, Row eight. Jones, Dubai Simon Vaginal, France, Row seven. Scott McLaughlin, New Zealand. Felix Rosenquist, Sweden, Rose six. Suggestion. France three Ms VK, the Netherlands, Row five. Ryan Hunter Ray, United States, James since Cliff Canada. Low. Four G Ray Hall, United States of America. Alex Bello, Spain Road three. Alexander Rossi, United States, Scott Dixon, New Zealand road to Willpower. Australia. Marcus Ericsson, Sweden, on the outside of Rwanda, Golden Heard of the United States of America and starting on the pole. Joseph New Garden, United States. Hi. I'm IndyCar driver Josef New Garden with a message from outrun the sun. Did you know if you filled the Indianapolis.

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"conor daly" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"conor daly" Discussed on NASCAR America

"My favorite nascar driver of all time growing up. So i just wanna let you know that that is partially why i have every single one ear die cast cars that has ever been produced and even the trailers if they made those so. Don't worry fun facts for your day today. That just made my day. If i had a mic drop. I just drop. It woke off after that. That says it all. I love the testimony. Oh so i've watched the what you guys race this year. The intensity is just fascinating to me. I'm lee dippy you guys wheel-to-wheel bouncing off of each other and then all the fans are back to has that raise the intensity because it just seems like there is a different field this year to indycar racing. It's there's so much excitement you know. We've got such a diverse group of talent as well. We've got v. Eight supercar champions. You've got jimmy johnson. You've got roman grosjean coming over from f one. We've got people forget that marcus ericsson was also informed the one not too long ago as well. You've got so many guys that have that have come over to compete in our championship. And i think it's it's such an incredible scene and even now cody wears race. I mean we've got a bunch of nascar guys much for the one guys all people from all over the world so i think it's it's it's one of the most competitive series while seasons for sure the most competitive season that i've been involved in my sort of short indycar career so far but it's been exciting to be a part of and i think honestly when you do achieve results It does mean a lot because you know you're beating you know you're going up against some of the best in the world right now and i just hope that more and more people keep tuning in to watch. Because i think what we're doing right now is is awesome and a lot of fun for you could catch connor noon. Nbc for mid ohio. Now i'm gonna start labeling. It's kyle petty superfan conor daly so we talked a lot about indycar. But i want the viewers here to realize you're not indy-car only right expenditure you've run at road america. You've run some truck races so give me the snapshot your career. I mean this is deal making wednesday. We saw a teen bought. I mean what's the chances we can see you back in the in the nas garage at some point. They what i would love to. Especially on the xfinity side on the road course. I had so much fun driving for row. Show back in who knows when it was twenty. Eighteen at road america. We had such a great race. Go on and We had a mechanical failure but the trucks have been an awesome experience. As well niece motorsports guys would love to be out there in the.

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"conor daly" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"conor daly" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Well now you know why. He's a fan favorite integrate personality. That was conor daly. All the way back at preseason media day connor i could see the mullet is still going. I hate to bring this up. But i was at my first indy. Five hundred. I know it didn't go your way. You hit the missile tire. Turn to but what was it like that day leading laps hometown crowd. The place was erupting when that you and that amazing mullet lied about the coolest days for sure that i've had in his sport. I mean that's that that track that place that event. It means everything to me my family and i. I had no idea what was happening at the time i mean i assumed it was school but it wasn't until after the race when i saw the videos and the the incredible footage from him he see and what we did see was saying about. Apparently the mullet the flying mullet didn't know that was the thing So yeah so it was awesome. Just one of the coolest days in my life without a doubt and definitely wanna coolest tracks this weekend. Connor huge fourth of july weekend with nascar road. America indycar mid ohio. Which i know you guys. Both those guys just ran wrote america. Stevie mentioned you led forty laps. Eighty five hundred. But i think you're also known for your street and road course prowess but race day hasn't gone quite as well for your on qualifying. I know you qualified. Well up detroit. Good qualifying indianapolis motor speedway road course but the finishes quite haven't been there. What do you hope to change around at. Admit ohio to change that by a lot of other people so that would be. The first goal is to avoid that. That's goal number one but realistically.

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"conor daly" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"conor daly" Discussed on NASCAR America

"We were talking about it before we look at at denny hamlin and michael jordan and bubba wallace. We expect that team to win week in and week out because denny's a winner and michael jordan was a winner so this team they own a team. I should be running up front. They should be winning races. Track house with justin marks and we pit bull. They come in and they run fifteen they run thirteenth. They run seventh or eighth and we say what a great year. These guys were having what we look at at at bubba and michael jordan. And we say they're not having a great year we look at daniel and pit and track housing. We say they're having a great year but they're the same in points there right there together. They do the same thing. We can still. It's perception a lot of times on how we proceed this. They have moved to a different era a different area as still think and listen. We're just sitting here running our mouth just yet gac. That's all we're doing because we're not privileged and we're not privy to. What goes on in their private meetings. What their plan is how much this sped up their plan. Maybe this after six months there already into their five year plan. Maybe this was five year plan. Maybe they had to jump ahead just to get those charters because as we say. We believe it to be a charter driven thing. I think they have the potential with chevy. I think they have the potential with the partners that they've put together to build themselves into a team. I do believe justin marks is a little bit of a visionary because he looked at the problem and he came at it from a different angle. He looked at the problem of not having a charter. And then he'd go and he go to these smaller teams and say. Let me have your charter. Letting no he went to the top of the pile. He went to the top of the heap and just bought a team. We haven't seen that in a sport. Did he come into the sport the way he partnered the way. He teamed the way embedded themselves with richard childress racing. Totally different than anything we've ever seen. You know what i mean. So he's approached the sport different. He is showing us a new model. He is showing us a new direction to get somewhere if they turn this team into a magazine. If it does become that mega team that wins. Racism wins multiple times and wins the big races and contents for championship. You're gonna see a lot of people line up and followed the same road. And i think we'll be talking about it then a lot more. Yeah and the follow up on that column and those reverberations that you're talking about. I think that this was an accelerated plan. I just marks wanted. I think to get to where he got to today eventually but it was probably a year or two down the road road if he just acquired a couple of charters to guarantees hot now that he gets to charters and gets a team and has ross chastain and kurt busch potentially choose from is the second driver in his car. I again there. There are a lot of repercussions here that are ripple effect through the entire industry. That doesn't just start with chat. Track houses time being accelerated because again we have two drivers here in bush chastain. Now we have to find out what they're going to be doing next year in twenty twenty two the monster sponsorship. That goes with kurt busch. That's also kind of up in the air. As i mentioned what happens with the richard childress racing relationship. All of these parties found out today to go. Back to steve's point originally. I mean this was one of the rare best. Kept secrets in nascar. Usually news like this is not seren- the radar but richard childress racing. Ross chastain and kurt busch all of this deal today and so that's obviously going to have an impact on all of their futures and how that will happen that'll unfold. I'm sure over the next few months here in the twenty twenty one season. I'm just surprised with the party of the track house through it. Took in nashville that the head. Any money left charters because it was a party. They showed us some great. Hospitality in nashville. But it was big news. Listen it's big news for nascar big weekend for racing right. We get the finish series and the cup series heading up the elkhart lake. We're going to be road america. But it's a racing double header. Because indycar will be down the road and mid ohio and this guy conor daly. The mullet man. We'll be behind the wheel. The podium an olympic podcast from nbc. We'll bring you deep into the stories and events that have defined the games past and will define the tokyo games but will also give you an intimate look into the unseen details that only the athletes.

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"conor daly" Discussed on O'Reilly Auto Parts Pit Reporters

O'Reilly Auto Parts Pit Reporters

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"conor daly" Discussed on O'Reilly Auto Parts Pit Reporters

"Prep mcmillan glad to have you with us. And the dust and mr indiana mr hoosier. Mr trump sorry. Mr. hoosier I tell you it had to warm. Your heart was i. That was one of the coolest celebrations to watch delio. Castro neves become a four time winner of the indy. Five hundred equaling the big. I'll answer ed. J foyt and rick mears in the four timers club and that it was amazing to watch. The crowd loved it. And of course that. Indy indy speedway. Just if you've never had a chance to go there it's the front stretches at canyon for most of it withstands on both sides and he was running up and down. I mean guy just drove five hundred miles. They'd gets up and runs up and down up and down the track waving to the fans and cliven the fence. it was just. It was amazing but one of the great personalities in the sport and it was just. It was the first win for that organization. Yeah from Michael shank racing and You know i'll tell you what it's It was it was a great moment. Certainly the indie fans in certainly embrace. You know dr certain drivers in particular. Obviously anybody from indiana is going to get a big cheer. Ed carpenter connor daily. I mean it was. You know when you're watching the broadcast the loud roar of the crowd when conor daly took the lead for the first time in his career at indianapolis motor speedway. Elliot's one of those favorites. Tony qanon Just because of their infectious personality and how much How much you know. The people feel like they can connect to to to both those guys they just kind of have this personality that it's like you've met them and if if infant and fifteen seconds it's like you've been friends for years and it's not like you've just met them and so they both make you feel that way. They both reach out. They both have this these bubbling personalities. That and a lot of things that people can relate to. So certainly you know. They are favorites at indiana in indianapolis. And you know it was fun watching the watching the the broadcast When i got to the other night is just that you know what elliott took the league for the first time and you could see the crowd and you could hear the crowd when when they made the announcement the in on the pa system that elliott just taking the lead you could hear it throughout the whole facility and it it is neat and it is You know. India has its special Connections between the fans and the drivers and and and certainly for those two in the fans you know. That's that's this group. I mean. Obviously if marco andretti had taken the leader won the race You know the emotion would been fantastic. I'm sure out of him and out of the crowd because they just know the andretti name andretti legacy and you know. People want to say the andretti curse at indianapolis so Yeah it was it was. It was so much. It was so amazing to see that as an athlete. And you know we don't you don't really appreciate how much these athletes put into winning these races. We don't see the preparation. We don't see the things behind the scenes and yet you often see how how much it means. I even think When willpower one mean he was not somebody who is known to be as emotional when he won the indianapolis five hundred a you know i still have the memory of him in victory lane just his arms out in his fist out and and just the big smile and he's just like really all excited and just like you're like wow. You've never seen that a willpower before. But it's indianapolis and all the time and all the effort that goes into it. Same thing with elliot and just with the fan reaction. It was You know it was really neat to see spiderman return and and climbed the fence and alex it was one of those things and we heard a lot of the nascar drivers talk about just the feeling of having fans back in the stands even not full stands but just that energy that fans are bringing back and and for the indycar series. I don't know that you could written a better script with a better star. That elliott castro. Neves win at indianapolis. I mean i think it gives them a boost not just to the series because any oh they'll a rising tide raises all boats. You know this is good for racing in general to have elliott cash. Nervous win at indianapolis. I think it gives us a whole series of boost especially as fans are coming back. Yeah well i mean definitely and i think the the racing itself to it was. It was a fun race to watch. It was exciting to watch and then to cap it that way with him. Winning in front of one hundred thirty five thousand people back. I mean i was. I was talking about this. I was driving into charlotte motor speedway getting ready for the coq six hundred and they were playing it on on the screen here. And you know it wasn't the typical you cokes pre coke. Six hundred watched the end of the indy. Five hundred but you still felt the emotions. I'm driving in. I'm a bunch of fans coming back to the race. Track to and so. I think the drivers certainly noticed that and feel that is well being able to now again. See these fuller grandstands and interact with people and that translates into what they're doing on the track. I think you know they give their given that extra boost in momentum and kind of excitement. That's why they're doing. This right is is for these fans it does what was going on pit road as a pit reporter. What was going on pit road. Pit road with it indy. Heck well i mean we see that a number times before i mean so narrow. It's so tough we even saw it in the nascar race. What was the last year with. you know. Was it the the incident at the end of the road with just an all guy was in the forty eight that weekend. Jimmy johnson was out the j. t. g. cars got collected in it and it was just like a you know One blinis crew members got hit and it was injured. I think for the rest of the season at that point. So indies really a narrow pit road and Yeah i mean you you you know. I know of a few years ago of being at the indy..

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"conor daly" Discussed on Shift+F1

Shift+F1

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"conor daly" Discussed on Shift+F1

"Seeing him. Celebrate but the reason number of pitstops is the racist complexion. Kind of changed when graham ray hall had a really advantageous pit strategy. That he was running was in a really good place to battle for the win and then he exited the pits and his left rear came off and he went sailing into the wall and was a really bad scary after traffic and but thankfully like nobody struck him because that was the we kind of saw the crash after that. We were following the pack. I think on tv and then they saw him and it was like. Oh jeez where did he come out if he wants to. Crush pits am with like tires or something bush. Yeah there have been other. Recent instances of that exact thing happening in and somebody getting collected sideways or collecting. Someone else but as wheel was loose right. That was the whole thing. Yeah and so. The on replay showed it and the drives didn't analysis of that little clip. Yeah it was loose. It also looks like he went without getting a signal to go ahead now. I haven't indycar. Pitstops are so different than cars There's fewer guys working on the cars. So like i don't know what the procedures are. One thing that jumped out at me is like there's no jackman or like Air jacks under the cars. When they i could be wrong about this. But i thought when they come in with the fuel there's also a pneumatic tube there too that puts air through the system. And that pushes plungers down on the underside of the car. That those work lots of work because it does seem like such a huge piece of kit to install on a race car. I never figured how you how you would keep the air pressure. They're totally makes sense. But it's not that check check check one side goes know i love that but i think in like in f one. They're still basically telling guys now. Middle sometimes guys still go. Because they're amped up but guy still get the signal to be released into the pit lane still so generally are supposed to wait for someone to give them the go-ahead. Yeah there's ever since. The lollipop mama's was taken out of the system because he could lollipop person was was point. Two five seconds slower than the light was. So the thing i wondered though is like indy-car is somebody specifically you the way through i. It's it's like generally the the front tire pit pit lane side tire. Guy has got a hand on your tire and then a hand held up in front of your face and then he just kind of gives you the go. Go go sign. It's not it's much less technically sophisticated than a label but either way like maybe probably also pay attention to do to standing there and wait for him to give me the high sign instead. Graham kind of didn't he was like he felt cargo down and then he was just on it and probably nine times out of ten. That's fine you know you probably get a few crucial tenth of a second or so doing that. But yeah the dude in the rear. The rear left was like frantically trying to work it and they didn't They didn't manage to to stop him before he went out. So it was really dramatic accident and really weird weird glitch in the pets who radio immediately like stopped steps up. I mean the most also drive down and exposed pit lane right because those lanes are just full of people so it was. You didn't see the body. Language is interesting. The the guy working the wheel on the left rear leans back like but he doesn't. He's not frantically waving. He just looks like resigned so either he was hoping was. It's probably on or he was just like well. He's not even gonna make it out of the pets. I am surprised that they weren't able to like send him. Some kind of again has happened enough one a lot of times. They managed to tell you by exit. You got to stop the car. We have seen guys go all the way around and faulty wheel install yet. There's that time. I think that in dr survive season one where before grow. John goes off with his wheel. Wasn't on you can hear the mechanics. Say i don't think that wheel is on so maybe it could have been a. I may have gotten it. Yeah on greyhounds car. I don't know we'll know your answer. Yup but yeah. It was conor daly who hit that. You connor daily making his rocket league debut really just fusses where it up and nailed that tire and honestly like this. Is maybe the scariest part like it's good that we all didn't get into the cockpit which of course it is also real good that when he sent that wheel arcane to it sure looks like one hundred feet in the air. Oh my god if the camera shash it what way unlike and this is the oh. The fans are back full funds for the first time ever. Could you imagine if you went over the fence like and it could have easily. It just went left instead of right. Yeah it was That was probably the scariest part is like that wheel bouncing along the circuit and then getting hit and immediately having so much more energy on it of Than it had had a minute ago so this is exactly the reason that the windscreen is there. Yes it didn't quite hit the screen but if it did it would yeah not been fully hit the front with. Yeah matter of seconds you can see in his onboard as well. There's nothing you can do because you got because it's a moving target. You can't tell if it's gonna hit your boy about but yeah so eventful eventful indy. Five hundred real good racing in these these great this year man and like you can see those young drivers Starting to become the next generation of Dudes palomas had his breakthrough review k. Is starting to look like a a better driver. Award is clearly like at that cost but becoming like a leading driver colton. Herta was out to an early lead. So like yeah. It's never been a better time to get into indy and board while we've got the stars of tomorrow and apparently alien to castor nevarez the stars of to yesterday's ago I think i think was 'field tail so the only thing that could have made that more chaotic as if we'd had like a montoya win boy So just another piece of f. one discourse. I wanna talk about real quick There's been some discussion of getting rid of wind. Tunnels by twenty thirty autosport round about this discussing the pros and cons. Spy adam cooper the it's being discussed by team principles Discussed the an f. One commission meeting and the argument is that cfd. Simulations are advanced enough. Now that you don't really need the wind tunnel. This fluid dynamics sorry. Yeah computer stuff. Computer when tells so. Cfd is better to the point where like yeah Wind tunnels aren't as useful as they were and to and this is one. The other part of the argument is that wind. Tunnels are really energy-intensive. And they're kind of odds with the goal of sustainability for the sport. The people probably most probably highest on this idea are like adrian newey and red bull who are fully ready to bid farewell to like the wind tunnel era. They find technology old..

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