24 Burst results for "Daniel Suarez"

Preece to return in a Modified at another Virginia track

NASCAR Live

01:03 min | 8 months ago

Preece to return in a Modified at another Virginia track

"The nas car wheel and modified tour returns to the martinsville speedway in virginia for the first time since two thousand ten this thursday night forty cars around the entry list from the most recent champions koby and justin bonsignore to current nascar cup. Series driver ryan preece. Who says he appreciates the opportunity to continue to drive the modified 's when not in a cup car for sure right as a racer. Your your ultimate goal is to get to the cup series. That's that's you know that's where it is. That's where you want to be but at the same time. I know where my roots are. I know where. I've cut my teeth. I know where. I put many hours in the race shop to go and win races and i enjoyed racing these race cars. I i know i know quite a bit of autumn and i there are. There are a lot of fun to race so i obviously enjoyed doing it for sure. Priests one a southern modified race at south. Boston speedway in virginia over the weekend and is the early favorite on thursday night

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Justin Marks had a great Cup Series race on Monday

The Final Lap

01:24 min | 8 months ago

Justin Marks had a great Cup Series race on Monday

"Justin. Marx's on he is the team owner of daniel suarez number nine cup series car that led fifty eight laps on monday and ultimately finished fourth despite daniel saying he had no idea how to race on dirt after the race. Yeah i mean it was great. I was not there unfortunately out of conflict. I couldn't move for monday. So that was a heartbreaker but i was. I was hanging onto every every lap on my phone tv communicating with the guys during the race. So yeah i mean it was. It was a great day for our team. It really was. I mean we we have. We believe that we're capable of doing great things in this order and it comes down to just trying to prepare as best. We can weaken and week out making sure that we we all rally behind. Daniel give him a piece of equipment capable of exposing his talent his ability to the best possible possible level. So i think we did that yesterday. I i think nobody really knew what to expect. Going into this race but I know that we kind of relished in the fact that we could you know sort of leave our computers in the truck and kind of go racing old school and and you know look at tires and communicate with daniel and just kind of look at the race track and and make changes on the fly. I think the guy's really relished that lead in the bat and enjoyed that but it was really really really nice to watch. It's just nice nice for guys and a lot of confidence with big confidence builder for the guys and a special day.

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Singer Pitbull becomes part owner of NASCAR team

NASCAR Live

00:52 sec | 10 months ago

Singer Pitbull becomes part owner of NASCAR team

"House racing will make its on track in daytona next week. A team owned by justin marks with partner singer. Songwriter pit bull. Run the number ninety. Nine car with daniel suarez as their driver. Pit bull says now is the perfect time for him to become involved with the sport while also delivering the message of unity reading that i got involved in this because it was a greater initiative and the greater initiative is what we need more than ever especially in these times and i'll say it again won one race only human race and if we can do it to music if we could do it to nascar and by entertaining motivating and inspiring them. Then that's why. I signed up for it. Pit bull will also officially kick off the twenty twenty one nascar cup series season as it has been announced that he will be the grand marshall for the daytona five hundred on sunday february fourteen

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NASCAR Teams Prepare Kobe Bryant Tributes for Auto Club Speedway

The Final Lap

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

NASCAR Teams Prepare Kobe Bryant Tributes for Auto Club Speedway

"So carry since the races in the Los Angeles adjacent area this weekend. Yep right several drivers are GONNA be sporting purple and Gold Lakers Keller's in honor of Kobe. Bryant the NBA Legend. Who of course died in January and a helicopter Crash Ryan Blaney number? Twelve machine will feature a Mamba Snake. Skin look which is really pretty slick looking up close to what it was. Yeah it was like what is that. Then you start looking at. Oh that's pretty neat. They did that We Meyer's number twenty four car. will Of course the number that Kobe Bryant retired wearing the number twenty four in the NBA. And he'll have the Lakers colors on his number twenty four cars well and of course Daniel Suarez's car will also have the names of all nine victims of the helicopter crash on the side of his number ninety six car pretty classy tribute as well and he'll be wearing Kobe. Bryant steamed gloves and shoes in his car. As well. That will be auctioned off. All right

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"daniel suarez" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"daniel suarez" Discussed on Triangulation

"And just back after you've read the book, I don't want to spoil it because it's one of the great things about my job, is I get to read books before they come out. And so it's always it's good because I don't have to worry about spoilers. I, I don't think this is spoiling it. I don't think so. Kelly there's plenty in there. There is a is a long long way to get from here to there in many, many ways. It's really, it's really dramatic and, and a lot of fun. So you're going to continue with the idea of, I guess what you're building is a structure of what it would look like if we go into space and what it should look like if we go into space, and what are we doing there? And what? Yes. And I think there's both urgency and lots of work to be done. Yeah. And you can just tell me when I ki- cow too much. No. Don't kick out not count. So we go back to nineteen seventy seven. There was a book done by drug KO Neil. And I can't remember whether Basil's brought this book up and his presentation. But a lot of this book looks back to that and it, and it was called the high frontier. Yeah. This is nineteen Seventy-three. We have the had the Arab oil crisis. America was rationing gas, when we were very worried about availability of energy, and at around that time, he came up with the idea, along with Peter Glaser that we could with the technology. We had put these very large orbiting solar platforms in deep space and beam energy back to earth, and provide all of the energy, we'd ever need. Now we could do that with nineteen. Seventies technology. The technology is only gotten better and can absolutely do it. And see that's the thing. A lot of people think about that, and say, well, that just sounds kind of crazy. I think it's crazy that it is completely possible, and it still in this scifi category as if it Star Wars, it's not. And again, I'll step through the technology when we have a power plant here on earth. Let's say it's a coal or natural gas plant half of the energy is just frittered away by thermal energy radiating heat waste heat from that plant before anything is sent down a transmission line. Now, if you had a one kilometer wide. Solar satellite power station, and you were beaming the energy back to earth. And by microwaves you have about eighty five percent efficiency from receiving it in what's called a Rick tenant on earth, and all that is, is it looks like chicken wire strung, and it can be off the ground. So still ninety percent of the sunlight could come through. You could have it over crops, and it can absorb that energy and also you don't need so many high tension lines because you can split the beam and have it go to various cities. So you don't exactly. And of course, it's not adding any additional heat to the earth because that's sunshine was gonna hit earth anyway, you're just, you're just converting it and focusing it so that the microwave energy hits this wreck ten, and it's more efficient, and we could power the entire world, the entire world. Use a uses about eighteen terawatts of energy each one of these stations could be six hundred beg watts that's thirty thousand of these way out in deep space now. That is a tremendously exciting project for all of humanity to engage in because we would. Solve our energy problems. And I think at the process, we'd have to work with people from all around the world, and it would bring us together. And I, I think a very important task which is trying to preserve our moral. Yeah. I hope we don't get to the point where I it's such a crisis. We can't do it, but see that's the urgency, and I think you've hit upon it right there. There are a number of things that would prevent us. We have a window of time right now. And I think we have to think bold about space, not just going to the moon to, again, walk around and maybe set up a research station. But think even bigger than that, it's interesting. The ideas are there. Yes, they are. And sews a lot of the technology. So what's missing?.

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"daniel suarez" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"daniel suarez" Discussed on Triangulation

"A little bit more of a problem. Oh man. I love this book delta v. By the way, lower case v. Yes. Very you can't tell from the cupboard, and I know that was interesting. They did it that way. But I do like the cover I will say, by the way for those people who mentioned it. This is not actually in space, the cover the image on the covers on earth. So it is a caver indicate on earth, because people have said, hey, they are not going to be mining like that on, on. It looks like you could be on an asteroid out. Well, that's it. It's hinting future clue. Yes a bit. It's actually, right. From the first chapter, it's right from that very in fact, if you have any doubts of the bookstore, pick it up. Read the first chapter nor the looks from the clerk, don't then by the book that I don't know what's wrong. Yeah. Just it is so fun and exciting. And it gets better from there, which is another thing that's kind of amazing. I mean it has a great, right? John John finished you read the whole thing. Yeah. Cool. Yeah. John, don't tell me. I don't want to know I really tried to bring this. Science in rapid in a thrilling story. Because after reading this, I do want people to understand all of the science and technical issues and still have had a great entertaining time. It's an interesting mission you have because you're not just sitting down to write a book. Yeah. It sounds like you really sitting down to, to make a point to, to educate and yes. But like you said, I'm not trying to do a PSA message. No. It's not strong arming, but it's usually because there's something that fascinates me so much that it won't let me go when I when I put my head on the pillow at night, I'm thinking about it, and that typically tells me, what I'm going to write next that makes it more fun. Melodies. Oh, I pinch myself all the time. I get to do this for a living. It's great. Now, I want to emphasize, this is going to be a trilogy will people they'll get to the end of this, and go, okay. These are some contain store with demon. It was like. Thank God freedom came out, really quickly after that. No. You other self contained so I won't feel like oh my God. I have to wait and you know, this is why I think these stories, will stand fine just on their own and that is because there's certain key benchmarks are gates that we're going to reach in this process, and each book will be dealing with one of those each other. Because again, when you're building a bridge in real life, there's certain steps you have to take before you put that final keystone in. And that's what this is. So each of those, those I won't say chapters because their book, but each of those installments will feel very satisfying, but also want to pull you forward. And that's what I'm trying to do his, I'm trying to have to popularize this idea of why it's important, why it could be an amazing future. And it's something we should be doing. In addition to many other challenges, we're facing our movement into space becoming a celestial civilization could help us solve a lot of the problems here on earth. This idea is not to. Escape earth. It is not some tech bro idea of billionaires owning space, right about, as many people as possible getting into space seeing it, and coming back to earth. Basically us having a civilization where we can move back and forth and start thinking in world terms instead of countries in borders and things like that. I hope we're going to see more of audit because I feel like there's a story there, other definitely maybe in book to oh, good. I just got a confirmation. I hope I hope so. Our guest is Daniel Suarez. We love having him on. I think you're I think you have the price for being on triangulation more than any other cool for sure. Right. Why enjoy it? Yeah. His book is delta, V lower case v if you tweet it, make sure you use the lower case b and it is out from Dutton. You could buy on Amazon. You can get audible.

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"daniel suarez" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"daniel suarez" Discussed on Triangulation

"You can do that with materials you harvest in space. So we could have a really vibrant growing. Economy without further polluting the earth. We could offer a very promising future young people one filled with adventure that to me, sounds very appealing. This is not earth. Orbit though, actually. It is in orbiter. See CISL inner space is basically the neighborhood around the earth and the moon. So it is orbiting the, the earth, but not near near enough to cause an issue with Kessler affect yet. See if you go out twenty thirty forty thousand miles, you're, you're well, above that the Kessler syndrome, typically, Carson low earth orbit, and so if you're getting out to geostationary, or you'd really need a hell of a lot of satellites, where if they it collided, they started forming a complete cloud at that distance, you do have a hotel Leo. And I want to say thank you very much. That's right. The, the hotel, lower Thorburn hotel. And that's the other thing that's in real life we have Bigalow. Of course. He wants to create these inflatable hotels. Yeah. You know, or at least habitats. Yeah. I hope that his maitre d' concierge will have a space with painted like yours that was in class. Nice. I really enjoyed that you. That's what it's, it's the little things like that, that make this a real environment. A real world that m because it is only twenty thirty three it does feel like we could be living in this. I might even make it to this era. Live in this great. You'll be fine. Let's see, gene, editing gene, editing by, then I hope. Yeah. This is this is. So I mentioned Michael Crichton. You really are the spiritual successor to Michael Crichton with the detail, but also the excitement that page turning excitement. The suspense the there's a lot going on in here. You feel like you go through boot camp in this book, I love your portrayal of that. I thought that was so well done again, I'm trying to do this without telling people what's going on. May be happy about that is Jim Logan who used to be chief surgeon, basic Fernandez flight program, and he was present as they try to build teams of people train, astronauts, and when he read the book and felt that that was a really great portrayal of team building under these, I think it's a roadmap for what people should be doing. I don't know if they'd go to this effort, this extreme, but if they don't they better. Yeah. Well, see that's the point out if you're going to send teams in space of people, they somebody better, not have a bad habit of singing in the shower is your because it's a minor issue on the first twenty days around day six hundred as a homicidal..

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"daniel suarez" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"daniel suarez" Discussed on Triangulation

"We need to be looking at the solar system from gravity will map in a way and that goes to delta V delta v being a change in velocity. And it is not sense and expression of the energy requires to reach various things in the solar system in space. And if you start thinking about the, the map of the solar system, as a map of gravity. Wells here earth is at the bottom of a four thousand mile deep hole. Essentially, if you had to climb hand over hand up a cliff face Mars is, you know, about a third and the moon is somewhat less than he's about a quarter. But those are deep gravity wells in anything we do there. If we wanna pull that out and bring it somewhere else. It's going to require a great deal of energy and mining. The moment in mining marks are also not well, see, again, the moon is somewhat better than Mars. But then again it has. Is not a great mix of materials. It has oxygen. It has taniwha other things like that. But when you look at the mix of resources available in various asteroids, again, to take an example from the book the asteroid reu- is four hundred fifty million tons, and it has nitrogen, it has a Mona's hydrogen has a lot of things that aren't present easily on the moon. It also has water ice, it has nickel iron cobalt. How do we know that it has all that spectra spectra, and of course Jackson right now has a the high Obosa to probe there now that in the book? Yeah. And unfortunately for for this book, I was in touch with the high abyss to team, they were very friendly. And what was what was trippy about this is I was writing this book, and I had faith enough in the science and in the spectra analysis that I thought, okay, I'm going to write this book, and it's going to be about going to that asteroid. I sure hope it is exactly as they. So nobody was on, on pins and needles. Well, maybe the Michigan Solti in, but I was right there with him. It's like, hey I know you have a probe out their book. I just wrote p one so you let it literally did this before they actually guy was. Doing it at yeah, exactly how, so when the asteroid Riga was coming into focus, I was finishing later chapters of the book and I was so pleased that it was as they expected. And when I sold all of those boulder fields and, and people who read the book will will understand why that's important later. I mean, it's just a cornucopia of boulder Yoda full, so yes, it's a lovely place. There are every step of the way. I mean don't you're not sugar coating this step of the way. This is a very challenging thing easier than landing in living on Mars. But it's not going to be easy. No. And again, we won't be going to these asteroids, live on the answer is no, no, see. That's the key thing, asteroids, asteroid Regla is highly toxic as well to inhalant danger. Basically, what you're going to do is get ready. You wanna pull up next to an asteroid grab and process, what you need, and then send it back towards SIS lunar space. That is the area of the earth and moon, you don't put back on earth. No, you do not, because there's a gravity. Well again, this is a common misconception. People have is that we want to bring platinum and all these precious gems and things like that back to earth. No, no. The most of the value is going to be in the trajectory of these, these resources. You wanna bring things like iron water ice, things that can be turned into fuel water can be split into hydrogen and oxygen to make fuel. And so you do this insistent, or you do it in space, and then you consume it in space because we don't have those resources there now. So if you want to build a sys lunar economy, and let's say, you want to have heavy polluting industry or you want to build solar satellite power stations that can beam energy clean energy back to earth. And again, that type of solar would be five hundred to seven hundred percent more productive than earthbound solar..

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"daniel suarez" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"daniel suarez" Discussed on Triangulation

"And that's why my, my wife laughs probably knows that I I wouldn't be too keen on dangerous. It's very dangerous. And yeah. So what I did. Instead, I talked to a lot of cave divers and to me, one of the key things about it is, they have a culture. That's very different from what you would expect. And this is again, one of the rewards of doing research with real subjects in this case, I always thought that, that was a, you know, adrenaline addiction. Yeah, people were just the thrill. But that's not at all. And as a matter of fact, numerous. Cave divers told me that if you are feeling adrenaline you've done something wrong. You should have a dead calm. Yeah. This, this focused, it's sort of a heightened reality as they described as scribe it beautifully in the book where you're at your senses, narrow down to just the next printing the praying alive, yet to present. And it's very calming the way they describe it sounds like I don't think I would be. Right. But you have to become so skilled that you can rely upon your knowledge that muscle memory that you're going to do it, and you can be in the present. I would constantly be thinking, oh my gosh. The air and, you know, so no, I didn't do diving myself, that's perhaps, to emergent to too much immersion two story in here and I don't want to talk more about the cave diving because I don't want to give anything away, but the story and here is so plausible, so realistic. And yet, sneaky is hell. So it's really I think you did a marvelous job. Let's but I Don again, I don't want to spoil it for anybody because this is the revelations in the book as you read, our great. There are moments where you go. Oh, nice. Well, I will also point out that the science in here, everything from the trajectories, the technologies, their real faces eight either exists his prototypes, or in the case of the trajectories. They're all real these. Everything's doable. As a matter of fact, everything here is doable with technology. We already have. So this is the frustrating part to me is like, why aren't we doing it? We should be living in a much more interesting world. And this is this book, is my efforts to try to make that happen. Well, there are space titans. There is. Moskenes rods really pushing to go to Mars. He is. That's, that's what we gotta do. Yes, I have read others who said, no one stands, how incredibly difficult living on Mars would be. It is not a sensible long-term escape plan. Neil degrasse Tyson himself. He was saying if you are feeling enticed to live Mars go live in Antarctica for a few years to see how you feel about it, because that's about one hundred times more hospitable than Mark and that, you know, and again, really, we could terror form it again, that's going to be thousands of years. And then, of course, the response to that is, why don't we tear form earth? We can be a little cheaper, and it's much closer. But yeah, you know, here's the thing when it comes to Mars, or, or any planetary body was Isaac Asimov talked about planetary chauvinism, this idea that we have this inclination that we should be living planetary star planet. Yeah. And I don't think we necessarily do, I think we use just a tiny fraction of the earth's mass to live on, and we're trying to keep it healthy. So if we want to expand industry expand commerce and just expand places for people to live. It really does make sense to move out of these gravity wells. And that's really what I focus on. That's one of the reasons why I'm, I'm kind of skeptical very skeptical about Moore's you book. You have one of your characters say the entire planet of Mars makes it toxic Superfund site. Look like a children's daycare, well that has to do with for Clarence. Is that? That's true. What you say. Yeah. Actually all of that scientists absolutely true. A lot of people don't nobody talks. About nobody talks about that. But, but again when I was doing the research or what for clerks are type of salt. It's a, it's a chemical that, that affects the thyroid..

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"daniel suarez" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"daniel suarez" Discussed on Triangulation

"Brought to you by beyond the tech a new podcast from Microsoft, and their CTO. Kevin Scott, Kevin's great. I've, I've known Kevin for years. I respect the hell out of them, and I'm so glad he's doing a podcast. This is the new Microsoft had so many ways Microsoft is really reaching out to people were interested in technology in the in the behind the tech podcast. He interviews tech innovators. Pioneers talks about the history of the of computing all the stuff. I'm interested in Andrew ING is one of his guests world renowned for his insights, into AI Danielle Feinberg Pixar, computer scientists. How about that Jaron linear? Oh, he's a character. He was, of course, one of the main proponents of VR years ago. Now, he says, tech is the worst these are going to be good betting on bitcoin with wants his Cassandra's Reid Hoffman. Wow. Behind the tech. Listen to the man who created linked in Reid Hoffman, partner, gray lock author of a new book called blitz. Scaling. That's what they're going to talk about a behind the tech. You'll hear what inspired these guests to author languages to build the tools to change the world to make an impact in the lives of developers and engineers today. This is a great one for people. Oh, there's Christina. She does it with him, Christina Warren, film girls on it, too. If. Your early in your career learning about the history of the tech industry were if you're from our era, Kevin in my era, you're going to think, oh, I remember. I remember that is great a great listen behind the tech could subscribe anywhere. You listen to podcasts Google play apple, podcasts, Spotify Stitcher, lips. And you know, the, you know, the, the routine just searched for behind the tech sign in tune in and geek out. I'm always glad to plug another podcast specially when like that. So. Daniel Suarez is here. So one of the things I love about Daniel, and his books, your do a lot of research, very heavily researched, obviously, you kind of fall into a hole where you just, like, I'm going to know everything there is you start with cave, diving. Did you do any cave diving for this book? You know, I don't think I would meet you. Yeah. Yeah. Insurance would be very heavy for that note. She laughed out loud. So my protagonists is cave time..

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"daniel suarez" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"daniel suarez" Discussed on Triangulation

"It's time for triangulation the show, we get together with most interesting people in technology spend an hour talking about them. And this is I think Daniel Suarez third or fourth supports force. Yeah. Because he keeps writing brilliant. Page turning books that you just want to talk about welcome back Daniels Suarez. Now, thanks for having we I talked to you after demon and the freedom TM which was a debut that I think anybody would be jealous of it was it just knocked everybody on their key. I appreciate that. And then you've covered so that covered a I and cybersecurity, here's salience and gaming lot of different stuff. Yep. Do you color? Drones with kill decision lethal atonomy all that. Yeah. There's a phrase it, just, you know, cocktail conversation inflex was the last one, right? Actually influx and then change agent. Oh, I forgot changes influx was that metaphorical tale about a symmetry in knowledge in technological power. Yeah. And change agent was genetic at it. Yeah. I've been busy, so. I refer people back to the previous four interviews. If you wanna if you wanna know more about Daniel's, Soroush, coder, programmer, dungeons and dragons master. Oh, hey, you know what? You're the only one who has that. That's good. I think it's important, because I ran a campaign for ten years. That's what the story telling is right began. No. It's a great focus group. I if you want to be a storyteller, try to tell a story with people in the room, and you'll hear if it's a bad story, I don't think anybody does near future. It's almost fi, but it's so plausible that it's, it's like, you know, like our futures stories, I like to think that they have to reclassify it in the bookstore at some point in it sci-fi for a few years. And then it kind of moves into current events, hard science, but its current events based, and nobody does it better than Daniel Soares. His new book, is delta v which if you're a Rocketeer, you'll recognize the term try those Koerbel space program. Yes. Yes. You know, how frustrating delta v can be the gravity. Well of the earth. Yes. Takes a lot of money or the moon or any heavenly body takes a lot of delta veto escape, this is now, I don't I want to say a no spoilers in this. I haven't finished it. So that's another reason. I'm about. Threw it is just great begins with the most cinematic opening chapter again, you really good at grabbing people saying sit down and read a book. There was a New York Times op Ed piece of a couple of weeks ago by a novelist who said, stop pinging TV start bingeing novel sonnet, and I thought it was reminded me of you because what happens a novelist like you creates an environment, if you if you read it as most of us do nowadays, ten minutes at a time before we go to go to bed or listening in the car at the gym in little chunks. You don't become a part of a world. Yeah. And the spell is not that true as you're writing. Are you? I mean, I know the people who are reading your books, unfortunately, probably piecemeal it. But you're creating a world. Yeah. Well, what I try to do is cast that spell when I'm writing in very often. I'll try to get in the zone so I tend to rep. Replicate that in the creation of the book, so I will write for eighteen hours at a time, very often. And really, it's in the meat of that, where really because you're in the flow..

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"daniel suarez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"daniel suarez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Daniel Suarez will drive for Stewart Haas racing and the number forty one forty two thousand nineteen more. From Nate Ryan on NBC S N that he was in a really dark place for about a month of last season. After he found out that he wasn't gonna be driving the number eighteen in the future. Martin tricks junior. The two thousand seventeen Cup series champion, of course, coming over to Gibbs racing and taking Daniels. Right. Daniel said he didn't really have a lot of knowledge going in to that situation ahead of time. And he learned about it virtually when everybody else did. So as he put it for about a month. He was kind of an angry person. And I think feeling like, hey, what's going to happen here? And I did all this work to get to nascar's premier series. Will I be able to stay and fortunately for him after that month passed and things started falling in a place that was with led him here to Stewart Haas racing where he got named the driver of the forty one today and how unusual? Is it for a driver, especially with Daniels? Relative lack of experience at the Cup level to make a lateral move at such a high level. I mean from Joe Gibbs racing Stewart Haas racing. That's pretty big. Well, you know, what it does seem unusual? But there is a template here and the and it's right there in a Stewart Haas racing teammate for Daniels. Whereas and Eric Merola he, of course, came over to drive the number ten car last year and became a winner instant playoff contender reached the third round. So I think for Daniels whereas it is a little bit unique to go from one powerhouse NASCAR Cup team. Joe Gibbs racing to another in Stewart Haas racing. But I think he's expectations are very high. I think he thinks that the twenty thousand nine rules package. We'll we'll help him. He mentioned the all star race and the Pocono race last year is racism, which he felt like he did. Well, so I think Daniels whereas looks at his teammate at Stewart Haas racing now in Eric Rolon. Thanks, the the seasonal Merola had last year in two thousand eighteen winning and then making the playoffs. That could be something that could happen for games. Whereas maybe getting that first couple in here in his third season in two thousand nineteen. The.

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"daniel suarez" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"daniel suarez" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"Ever made. We ran a rice at metro Atlanta speedway. One day the old fairgrounds over there. And it was an imitation race by the jet, and he was driving Tommy Houston's cars, I can't remember whose car noise driving, Walter Ballard's, car and Cao's and Tommy Houston's, and I had my old car. I said on pole come down to the last lap tales guy the to him he spun I wonder rice day'll come over to me after the rice in the poke me in the chest. Like, he always does even back then he said next time I race against you. I'm going to beat you. And he is second that. So that's when I think our friendship actually began was already back in seventy five or seventy six he was very passionate man in not only with his family, but his his fans he didn't want. Nothing that debase for his fans in every time. He got in a car was for his fans, you know, we'd never discuss the money or what we should do about that or anything. I think Diller in heart would would win out rice for hot dogs and a Coca Cola to give chance to win rice. But we knew it was something special, and we both wanted to Saint thing. And we had a lot of respect for each other. I have a lottery spec for him. Not only is talent. But he him as a person in things that way he cared is sale in this special time in our life. Dale, I I remember one of the first things that they'll remember him say. I'm not going to get mad at you. If you screw up on pit road. Don't get mad at may have run into because I don't I don't know what it was about the chemistry. The magic, you know, we all work together as a prison, right? Things are had started to get good. We had an airplane and Dell and Theresa was which show would be Richard Kirk champagne may Danny wheel David that that was like the group we got on the plane together and we flew to the racist together. And we all had a lot of personal time together, and we got to be passed rings. And you know, you knew when somebody was having a good day or bad day and we flew back together. So we were able to spend just quality time together because we had to stay at any dump that we could find it got a little bit better as time went on. But we we may be all the the Holiday Inn at Dan at Darlington. And we could go out together with hang out. Got it. We were by the pool together. And that that was just some great times owner and driver had the same goal of coding to coochie vandy Petri and that was win championships. Didn't know Richard will. But we made this appointment on Sunday. Because that's the only had all and king down there. Richard a meeting basically for the first time, he sang, Dale Earnhardt? They'll made the trip to two on Sunday in all season. You really get the sense of of how passionate he is about winning championships. That's the first thing they said it wasn't about winning races. When I came is that win a championship. That was the most important Earnhardt one are CR's first title back in nineteen eighty six followed by five four throughout the years. Number three team was unstoppable through the nineteen eighty s and ninety three tries they outside. It can't get inside at the straighten Bernhardt witnessed by a car lane polling offering fast, Pat, Dale Earnhardt..

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"daniel suarez" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"daniel suarez" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"Ever made. We ran a rice at metro Atlanta speedway. One day the old fairgrounds over there. And it was an imitation race by the jet, and he was driving Tommy Houston's cars, I can't remember whose car noise driving, Walter Ballard's, car and Cao's and Tommy Houston's, and I had my old car. I said on pole come down to the last lap tales guy the to him he spun I wonder rice day'll come over to me after the rice in the poke me in the chest. Like, he always does even back then he said next time I race against you. I'm going to beat you. And he is second that. So that's when I think our friendship actually began was already back in seventy five or seventy six he was very passionate man in not only with his family, but his his fans he didn't want. Nothing that debase for his fans in every time. He got in a car was for his fans, you know, we'd never discuss the money or what we should do about that or anything. I think Diller in heart would would win out rice for hot dogs and a Coca Cola to give chance to win rice. But we knew it was something special, and we both wanted to Saint thing. And we had a lot of respect for each other. I have a lottery spec for him. Not only is talent. But he him as a person in things that way he cared is sale in this special time in our life. Dale, I I remember one of the first things that they'll remember him say. I'm not going to get mad at you. If you screw up on pit road. Don't get mad at may have run into because I don't I don't know what it was about the chemistry. The magic, you know, we all work together as a prison, right? Things are had started to get good. We had an airplane and Dell and Theresa was which show would be Richard Kirk champagne may Danny wheel David that that was like the group we got on the plane together and we flew to the racist together. And we all had a lot of personal time together, and we got to be passed rings. And you know, you knew when somebody was having a good day or bad day and we flew back together. So we were able to spend just quality time together because we had to stay at any dump that we could find it got a little bit better as time went on. But we we may be all the the Holiday Inn at Dan at Darlington. And we could go out together with hang out. Got it. We were by the pool together. And that that was just some great times owner and driver had the same goal of coding to coochie vandy Petri and that was win championships. Didn't know Richard will. But we made this appointment on Sunday. Because that's the only had all and king down there. Richard a meeting basically for the first time, he sang, Dale Earnhardt? They'll made the trip to two on Sunday in all season. You really get the sense of of how passionate he is about winning championships. That's the first thing they said it wasn't about winning races. When I came is that win a championship. That was the most important Earnhardt one are CR's first title back in nineteen eighty six followed by five four throughout the years. Number three team was unstoppable through the nineteen eighty s and ninety three tries they outside. It can't get inside at the straighten Bernhardt witnessed by a car lane polling offering fast, Pat, Dale Earnhardt..

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"daniel suarez" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"daniel suarez" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"While at a Bank, and you're going to be side by side, they than the Mike and Richard petty goes back in front, they spend there in the wall piteous sliding slamming the twenty nine twenty five to to run around his poice for five hundred miles and stay out of trouble. Yeah. He's a feed in its sale will be able to do anything with them. Jeff Gordon wins the Daytona five hundred for a second time you recognize how recognize that races. And then that winter is in in, you know, how special it is to be their hair back Carol turnover four Deo tower cut the lead. He goes to the inside Earnhardt not gonna get Jared is going to bring Joe Gibbs his first Donovan win was pretty special. Join the voice of mascot for the biggest race of the season. Time four Trevor Bayne playing defense. He's out in an age twenty. He's gonna win the fifty third day. Toyota five hundred the great American race is plaque waving at the start finish line. Who will get there? I it's true excellently. Yes. To the wall leading pamphlet has won the fifty eight running of the Daytona five hundred. That was an amazing finnick has heard on 'em are in radio for the fifty of time in history. They come out of your seventeen. We'll have an extended celebration of Emo, orange fiftieth Daytona five hundred on February eleventh at seven m eastern be sure to join us for this one hour special edition, speaking of the Daytona five hundred the defending winner. Austin Dillon's spoke with our Woody Cain about his return today. Tone ahead of Richard Childress his fiftieth anniversary season trying to Boston Dilip behind him. Austin Dillon leads the pack off turn number four. No one ever thought he would contend from the win body's going to do it. He's in the win the sixtieth running of the Daytona five hundred headed back to the the Daytona five hundred do you expect when you roll through the tunnel for the first time this coming season that you're going to be like a lot of memories flooding back. Yeah. You know? I think it'll it'll be fun. You know, I can't wait to get their daytonas. Like my second home. I know so many people down there now. And when you come home with the trophy like we did last year, you just to do it more often. So I can't wait to get there and have another chance especially with our sharks fiftieth anniversary. We've got some special Logan cars. I mean, I got a lot to live up to just with this. Gold car were taken down there. I mean, even better than the silver one at Darlington. That was pretty sweet. Yeah. That was the sweet ride, but this one man fiftieth anniversary to be driving for my grandfather on his fiftieth, anniversaries. Put so much history of this company out of wealth, North Carolina. It'll be awesome to go out there and represent him again. This year in the Daytona five hundred how much more satisfying is it for you to be able to drive for him and see his reaction when you do. Well, versus team owner a or b fellers nothing like, you know, I really feel like I'm the luckiest man because I get to work from a family, and it's hard some days, you know, it can be very difficult, but the the spoils of victory after our mazing. So we we really enjoy our chances when we get to victory lane and wanna create more of those memories not to criticize anybody else. But I know from the comments I saw that you were thrilled to be back with Danny Stockman. I mean, it always just seemed like you guys clicked, and do you think that that chemistry? Element is underrated in racing man chemistry is so much. And and the guy dissed nosing from the two championships..

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"daniel suarez" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"daniel suarez" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"Twists and turns of sonoma's raceway is celebrating fifty years of racing excitement. This is in my judgment. And I've been doing this a long long time. I've never seen a race course or track that will demand more these drivers in their cars. We got here this afternoon. Ricky will try and break twenty two race winless streak. He won at Watkins Glen. He wins here at Sears point raceway, Sonoma, California charges rice goes nobody knew what to expect Ricky rod is going to have one final lap to do it. They'll take the white day. Alison spans as they go into the corner. Daime Alison looked like he by backed off. Just a second a little contact between the two Allison's spins around. But CHAI Chevrolet. He will get to the start finish line receiving the sugar flag. Black flag both at the same time from joy l- Ford. This one is an interesting finish to save is leading the race going into turn eleven. I was down there on the inside protect them line, but driving straight. I wouldn't do nothing outline next thing though, somebody just plowed into backup in turn me around. So, you know, I don't think Rick did it deliberately, but you know, it was pretty hard hit. So he could have avoided Wallace has the car solidly underneath him. Now for the final sprint. Checkered flag and his second win the save mart three hundred. It's rusty Wallace road courses that we run at Watkins Glen and riverside this road courses. Totally unlike divest is very tight. It's very slow speed race track. A lot of hills Mata downhills and things like that head chucker flack for Dale Earnhardt PS, broken logjam, jam atop the NAS car. Winston Cup points with a win here at Sears point, his first, road course, spic -tory ever will tell you. It's a long time coming for as I'm.

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"daniel suarez" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"daniel suarez" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"Twists and turns of sonoma's raceway is celebrating fifty years of racing excitement. This is in my judgment. And I've been doing this a long long time. I've never seen a race course or track that will demand more these drivers in their cars. We got here this afternoon. Ricky will try and break twenty two race winless streak. He won at Watkins Glen. He wins here at Sears point raceway, Sonoma, California charges rice goes nobody knew what to expect Ricky rod is going to have one final lap to do it. They'll take the white day. Alison spans as they go into the corner. Daime Alison looked like he by backed off. Just a second a little contact between the two Allison's spins around. But CHAI Chevrolet. He will get to the start finish line receiving the sugar flag. Black flag both at the same time from joy l- Ford. This one is an interesting finish to save is leading the race going into turn eleven. I was down there on the inside protect them line, but driving straight. I wouldn't do nothing outline next thing though, somebody just plowed into backup in turn me around. So, you know, I don't think Rick did it deliberately, but you know, it was pretty hard hit. So he could have avoided Wallace has the car solidly underneath him. Now for the final sprint. Checkered flag and his second win the save mart three hundred. It's rusty Wallace road courses that we run at Watkins Glen and riverside this road courses. Totally unlike divest is very tight. It's very slow speed race track. A lot of hills Mata downhills and things like that head chucker flack for Dale Earnhardt PS, broken logjam, jam atop the NAS car. Winston Cup points with a win here at Sears point, his first, road course, spic -tory ever will tell you. It's a long time coming for as I'm.

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"daniel suarez" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"daniel suarez" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"We work our way through this short off season NASCAR alive is going to be highlighting a pit crew member each week as we head to the start of the season in Daytona the wheel entrusted to perform pit crew member of the week is brianna Daniels. Native Virginia Beach Virginia, she's a member of the drive for diversity program. And the first African American woman to serve as a picked. Remember, you could also find her on NBC with a new reality show called the titan games hosted by the rock, Dwayne Johnson. MR ends Rocco. Williams talked with brianna about her experience the Tien games. It came about will. I knew nothing of the show efforts. But they reached out to me because of my story with NASCAR don't mean. Making history deny attended a trial. And they liked me. You know? So you know, that's how I got my start. Speaking of which you know, you're making history within NASCAR. Tire changer as a female tire changer in. How's that process been? I would say in the beginning. It was kind of overwhelming overwhelming. Yes with all the interviews. I mean, literally enemies haven't stopped. Okay. But it was a big big deal a trailblazer next passed making history. Yeah. And just thinking about a two is like I wish that happened sooner. It's like I mean history last year two thousand seventeen dang took that many years for this to happen. But I'm just glad to be in the position does that distract you at all what your training or as far as your evolutionist tire changer. Does that stretch your doesn't motivation? I mean, I've always been into the cameras and whatnot. You know? So I wouldn't say, yes. Distraction at all. Okay. That's fair enough. Yeah. Ever since I was a little girl. Always had these talks on my mom sand. Like, my mom would even constantly tell me like, you know, maybe you're going to be somebody special in the world one day. And we thought it was gonna be for acting. I, but you know is NASCAR. No, you can catch for yada this Thursday at eight eastern on NBC's. The titan games hosted by the rock. That's this week's wheel entrusted to perform pick crew member of the week. Brought to you by wheelin on the road in the air and around the world Wayland is trusted to be seen trusted to be heard trusted to perform still to come on that scar live. We'll celebrate another track that they've you'd fifty years ago and later we'll celebrate fifty years of Richard Childress racing. After more than one million hours of development. The truck of the future has arrived. The new Cascadia from Freightliner inspired by science driven by passion..

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"daniel suarez" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"daniel suarez" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"Had a good. Good day from the two mile Michigan International raceway at Brooklyn, Michigan distract really complement. Everybody's right car ferry. Well, he have a car that got a lot of work tire really run by up destroyed away. You can utilize that here. Grew boxy mad here cups. David on his bumper down to the inside, no way. Waltrip Winston by just about a half a car lay four hours. Wow. This all day long, you'd be close to print race and ethnic wind up cordray relieved to hear that Condit aside at all patios on inside a bolt up more petty as one any ways that they comes qualify wins by five feet. Amir johnson. Not a factor. More. Bengals gas. Racetrack takes the late at turnover. Three. Feels dry. I think the fans really got a great show here. You got two guys wrestling for the wind, which is what everybody wants to see. And then you got a surprise winner coming out of it a lot of drama challenge phase baby forks Hi high. side. They nearly touch here with the main straight away. Thank come to the strain at the center, maybe generated by inches, but they are already checking the photofinish photo-finish if Jared one he wanted by an inch and a half or maybe two it is clearly the closest finish at NASCAR history. When asked from up top when did you find out you'd want? Well, I thought that I'd made him rob from the various sources, we call the star banished land. I could see that. I was just a little hit openness the that. They did I wouldn't just wishing something there. Now back to your host Mike Bagley. Some of the greatest hits from Michigan International Speedway over the last fifty years. Welcome back to that scar live to race wreck in the Irish hills. Michigan turned fifty last year, but it was a year later in nineteen sixty nine that NASCAR started racing there. Twice a year. Coming up next month. I'm going to have a new podcast series celebrating twenty five years of the gander outdoors truck series..

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"daniel suarez" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"daniel suarez" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"You tripped up Pratt in the middle of the racetrack. And then you're turning again, get down back into the next corner. So of the call profit that do as far as this point barrow strait, maybe three or four calling his only core really goes down with a straight sets the corners back though, the straightaways Bank, though. Right. So you don't never get a chance to do any kind of relaxation all day long. Here's Alison gonna make his move on the outside. There's a lapdog directly ahead donny's on the outside. He's up there. Half the colic back as they come to the line. It will be Richard petty by half Akali told me relaxes when you stop the pizza and have a pulse. As long as you have on race drivers. Maybe kitchen debris here comes Benny far out of the turn heads for the start finish line. Checkered flag with a gentleman from l'herbe North Carolina last year around three hundred miles when I was give out at three hundred miles when they had an added run five hundred and that's what I'm gonna do Sunday run five hundred but after three hundred. Keep wondering when checkered flags on way, a very popular win at Dover downs. The Samper noon, he wanted Daytona and the Pepsi four hundred he scores his second win here today in the first date of Delaware. Dale Earnhardt, jR, wins was most exciting to before the race to say the emotion and the fans but during the national anthem and things like that. I mean, it's just amazing now if I come together after something like we had over the past couple of weeks, and I'm just really glad to be the American against blue the field away yet. Again this time here at the dober- International Speedway. Kevin Harvick is a winner fundraise track. I enjoy coming here. And you'd be really aggressive and push the car a little bit further than you would at some other places in and use the Bank into your benefits. So it's a fun place to right now back to your host Mike Bagley. Those are some of the greatest hits of the monster mile Dover International Speedway one of several tracks. That is celebrating fifty years this year. We welcome you back to NASCAR live. Let's touch base on this week's big news story Stewart Haas racing announcing that Daniel Suarez will be the new driver of the number forty one Ford Mustangs, replacing Kurt Busch in two thousand nineteen and Moran's witty Cain sat down with Daniel Suarez to chat about his brand new opportunity Daniels. When for the first time in the national parks Finnerty series. Let's talk a little bit about moving to the.

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"daniel suarez" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"daniel suarez" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"You tripped up Pratt in the middle of the racetrack. And then you're turning again, get down back into the next corner. So of the call profit that do as far as this point barrow strait, maybe three or four calling his only core really goes down with a straight sets the corners back though, the straightaways Bank, though. Right. So you don't never get a chance to do any kind of relaxation all day long. Here's Alison gonna make his move on the outside. There's a lapdog directly ahead donny's on the outside. He's up there. Half the colic back as they come to the line. It will be Richard petty by half Akali told me relaxes when you stop the pizza and have a pulse. As long as you have on race drivers. Maybe kitchen debris here comes Benny far out of the turn heads for the start finish line. Checkered flag with a gentleman from l'herbe North Carolina last year around three hundred miles when I was give out at three hundred miles when they had an added run five hundred and that's what I'm gonna do Sunday run five hundred but after three hundred. Keep wondering when checkered flags on way, a very popular win at Dover downs. The Samper noon, he wanted Daytona and the Pepsi four hundred he scores his second win here today in the first date of Delaware. Dale Earnhardt, jR, wins was most exciting to before the race to say the emotion and the fans but during the national anthem and things like that. I mean, it's just amazing now if I come together after something like we had over the past couple of weeks, and I'm just really glad to be the American against blue the field away yet. Again this time here at the dober- International Speedway. Kevin Harvick is a winner fundraise track. I enjoy coming here. And you'd be really aggressive and push the car a little bit further than you would at some other places in and use the Bank into your benefits. So it's a fun place to right now back to your host Mike Bagley. Those are some of the greatest hits of the monster mile Dover International Speedway one of several tracks. That is celebrating fifty years this year. We welcome you back to NASCAR live. Let's touch base on this week's big news story Stewart Haas racing announcing that Daniel Suarez will be the new driver of the number forty one Ford Mustangs, replacing Kurt Busch in two thousand nineteen and Moran's witty Cain sat down with Daniel Suarez to chat about his brand new opportunity Daniels. When for the first time in the national parks Finnerty series. Let's talk a little bit about moving to the.

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"I definitely regret it": Atlanta Braves star apologizes for offensive tweets

The Hangout

01:05 min | 3 years ago

"I definitely regret it": Atlanta Braves star apologizes for offensive tweets

"Of Famer Mickey, Mantle said make you ever get tired of this gave me. A little he looked at me. Said Tipper I have a. Recurring dream, he said I'm standing at the pearly gates must have had a pretty worried look on my face because God, walked up looked me up and down for about, fifteen seconds and, he said. Don't worry I'm gonna let. You win But, can you. Sign these dozen baseball's first Chipper Jones. On, the MLB network today Braves in action Also Sunday Sean Newcomb lost a no hit bid with two outs in the. Ninth inning on, a single by dodgers infielder Chris Taylor Braves beat the dodgers four one with nukem notching his. Tent went on the season during the game tweets. From when nukem was a teenager coming out they included gay slurs nukem addressing tweets after the game saying he regretted it. And, he would make sure that wouldn't happen again Braves also acquiring reliever. Brad rock from the Orioles for international slot. Money Cowboys took. The checkered flag at Pocono, raceway is six one, of the NASCAR season Daniel Suarez finished, second Dustin Johnson on the Rb Canadian.

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Could The Nationals Trade Bryce Harper?

SportsCenter AllNight

05:02 min | 3 years ago

Could The Nationals Trade Bryce Harper?

"Topple Stands Second consecutive nights are not a home. Run last night, here don't rights, three one Rockies four. One the final for Colorado that call an eight fifty KOA in Denver as the Rockies get the. Victory, now Saturday night was a big game for the ages of the Mariners have taken on each other and with the Astros, losing as you, know it's a chance for one of these clubs to gain a little bit of ground in the American, League West, standings all right time to cue the, angels rookie Francisco arsia Title major league, record here, in this first two big league games bars RBI's any That's gonna drive in another. Ride and we'll see if it might drive into also being, weighed around his insular he, will store Who is, Francisco arsia a rookie with the most. RBI in his first two major league games that's how about ten in the two games the angels route the Mariners eleven. Five, Seattle with the loss stays five and back in. Houston is the angels move up to just thirteen games behind the Astros again you're listening to sportscenter allnight here on ESPN radio the WNBA all-star game was held Saturday. In Minneapolis and for the third. Time in her career Minnesota's Maya, Moore turned out to be the best player on the floor three point lead. For team Parker Oh yes Bucket there has more helps the Candace Parker all-stars beat the Elena della. Don stars one nineteen to one twelve more named the MVP in front of her. Hometown fans again for that, third time what does it feel like to accomplish this in front of the home fans? In Minnesota you said it to be able to do this at home was. So sweet this is the first thing day when I got the trophy looked at it and just seeing the Minnesota logo for the all. Star game and I, just mild it made me, so happy especially in front of all these great fans speaking of smiling and being so happy as we take a look at some of your. Experts here you're absolutely. Terrific today whiling the home fans in the team Parker one thousand nine. Hundred twelve when I, got it ask you right before the game we were watching and we saw a couple of people including this fan in his shirt come up to you and she always felt like it was a lifetime accomplishment to. Meet you she broke down. In tears what does it mean when your fans call up to you? And your To them in that fashion I think the weight of it hits you of how influential. You are and people's lives when you see those emotional reactions and I just wanted to make, sure that, she felt super you know just loved in that moment and appreciate it in that moment and just trying to make it. A memorable memorable time. Forum, so it's an honor second half of the season is going to be a little condensed because a fee by a lot of Oh Look for the last seven WNBA champions me what the second half of the season's going to be. Like because I think it's fair to say this is atypical starphoenix for. Sure you, know it's definitely a unique extremely unique. Year what we've done is not. Normal and so this year's journey has been, different you, know being below five hundred points right above. It so we just have to stay the. Course everybody is beaten everybody out this year and a half game difference between maybe three or four. Positions and so it's it's great basketball as far as fun to, watch and we'll just going to try to do our thing for these last nine. Games Moron sportscenter Zubin, Mahindra the WNBA also announcing the twenty nineteen all star game will, be held in Las Vegas Sheron Thomas protected his yellow jersey in the. Penultimate stage time trial of. The tour de France on Saturday and he's got a one minute fifty one second lead to go into. Sunday's cruise down the shells Eliza victory and during Saturday's qualifying for the. NASCAR Cup, series race in the Poconos Daniel Suarez. Earns the pole position despite being. Third-fastest on the track because Kevin Harvick Kyle, Busch each, failed post qualifying technical inspection and other PGA. Tour is a four way tie for the. Lead after three rounds of the Rb see Canadian Open among the four tied Americans Dustin Johnson and. Kevin Tway coming up in a matter of moments Tom Brady meets, the media and Tom Brady walks away from the media these are the fun times NFL training camps this happens to be sportscenter allnight on ESPN. Radio and the ESPN app Your radio your computer your phone Tell, your. Smart, speaker. Play ESPN, radio ESPN,.

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Kevin Harvick cruises to win at Dover as Stewart-Haas Racing owns the day

The Bruce Elliot Show

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

Kevin Harvick cruises to win at Dover as Stewart-Haas Racing owns the day

"Well kevin harvick gets his fourth win of the year and nascar kevin dominating a race interrupted by rain and driving his nascar cup series high fourth victory of the season at dover international speedway harvick swept the first two stages and easily chased down stewart haas racing teammate clint bowyer in the third for the lead after a forty one minute rain delay bore your was second followed by daniel suarez.

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