17 Burst results for "David Reagan"

"david reagan" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

04:43 min | Last month

"david reagan" Discussed on The Final Lap

"I feel like David Reagan, he races here and there is still, but he's got a lot of experience. I feel like he's one of the guys that kind of helps me a lot during the week, preparing for the races. Yeah, he comes to simulator every single sim session. He's there helping me. We'll go over some stuff before some of the races, he'll text me a list of kind notes that he thinks, just some things to keep in the back of your head while you're before you head into the weekend. And so he helps me a lot. But I would say that's kind of like my people when it comes to that. All right, cool. And it goes right into my next question. You got some new tracks on the schedule this year. You mentioned simulators. Is that really the best way to attack that before you get there? Yeah, I think that's the only way in my opinion to get ready for some of these races. I feel like one of them that I'm looking forward to is Sonoma. I raised her in the K and N west series. And we qualified on the pole there one year, so. I actually saw you in the garage area, walking around. Perfect. But yeah, that's one track that I really like. It might just be because that's in my home state. But Sonoma was a fun track for me. I feel like I do have quite a few laps there because of racing there are multiple times, so I think that going there in the chuck will be fun for the first time. And then there's a few other tracks, but that's kind of the one I'm really looking forward to that's new to the schedule. So does that give you an advantage because I've already talked to a couple of drivers and they're actually kind of dreading Sonoma because they know nothing about it. I mean, I don't think I'll ever have an advantage. I'm young. I'm really young. There's some guys out there that have been racing in the truck series longer than I've been alive. They're always going to have the advantage and upper hand. Because experience is invaluable. So I think that just being young, it's all about how much you can learn in the shortest period of time. And speaking of experience, you race in the SRX series, those guys have crazy amounts of experience. Yay. Where are you guys against Billy? He's got a lot of live experience in a few years on you, but I think that going back to the SRX series, I enjoyed that so much. The hospitality was amazing. Truly thankful for that. It was top tier. And I think just having fun with some people who are so legendary in the motor sports world, being around them, people that you never thought you would have conversations with, that you're hanging out with. Like Elio cash in avez, cash and evas, he was such a fun guy to be around. Like still to this day will text him and congratulate him and he's always like, come by and say hi, my motor home and so he's just, there's just some good people that you never would have crossed paths with if I wasn't in that series. Right. What traces are you gonna do? I think I'm right now I'm set for Stafford and what was the other one? Is it people? Yeah. Yeah, that's it. So those two races so far, which who knows fame or could get added. It's kind of the hardest part right now is a confliction with the truck series. Yeah, yeah. So NASCAR has proven with the coliseum. They can make a racetrack anywhere. Where would you like to see them pop up a racetrack? I mean, I think it'd be pretty fun to eventually be able to race the coliseum. Obviously the track is a very small you can see a handful of driving some of the cars around there, but it was an entertaining race and I think bringing it to the West Coast down there in LA and having the fan base down there and seeing how well that race did. Can I bring a new vibe to NASCAR? And I feel like that was something to very cool to experience because I think a lot of people were worried that that race was kind of going to be a bust that maybe this isn't our fan base and this isn't where our true core fans are. Which is understandable. It's LA and so I think that going there and seeing the success of it seeing some really cool artists play and all the celebrities there when I was watching the races in one of the suites. I left to my left and to my right it was celebrities everywhere and so I feel like that was just, it was crazy to experience because it's different from the normal NASCAR. Yeah. And I think that set off a buzz and NASCAR that's just off the charts this year. It's crazy exciting. Are you noticing that as a driver with the fans reaction? Yeah, and I think that that's one thing that I'm trying to help out with and one of my goals is bringing a new wave of fans and NASCAR. A younger generation. And getting them to experience it kind of through my eyes of what I'm experiencing because I feel like in NASCAR is not many people who show truly what's going on there in their life, their struggles, the positive things that happen and seeing how you're emotionally feeling and mentally feeling. I feel like a lot of drivers put up a barrier and don't let fans in and so I feel like my goal is kind of take that barrier down and show them what it's really like. Show them the truth behind it and what's really going on and I feel like that's why I have attracted the fan base that I have is because I'm honest and open about that. Right. All right, Haley deegan, thank you so much for the time and best of luck throughout the season. Yeah, no problem. Thanks for having me. Like us at Facebook dot com slash the final lap.

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"david reagan" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

04:29 min | Last month

"david reagan" Discussed on The Final Lap

"I feel like David Reagan, he races here and there is still, but he's got a lot of experience. I feel like he's one of the guys that kind of helps me a lot during the week, preparing for the races. Yeah, he comes to simulator every single sim session. He's there helping me. We'll go over some stuff before some of the races. He'll text me a list of kind of notes that he thinks. Just some things to keep in the back of your head while you're before you head into the weekend. And so he helps me a lot. But I would say that's kind of like my people when it comes to that. All right, cool. And it goes right into my next question. You got some new tracks on the schedule this year. You mentioned simulators. Is that really the best way to attack that before you get there? Yeah, I think that's the only way in my opinion to get ready for some of these races. I feel like one of them that I'm looking forward to is Sonoma. I raised her in the K and N west series. And we call it on the pole there one year, so. I actually saw you in the garage area, walking around. Perfect. But yeah, that's one track that I really like. It might just be because that's in my home state. But Sonoma was a fun track for me. I feel like I do have quite a few laps there because of racing there are multiple times, so I think that going there in the chuck will be fun for the first time. And then there's a few other tracks, but that's kind of the one I'm really looking forward to that's new to the schedule. So does that give you an advantage because I've already talked to a couple of drivers and they're actually kind of dreading Sonoma because they know nothing about it. I mean, I don't think I'll ever have an advantage. I'm young. I'm really young. There's some guys out there that have been racing in the truck series longer than I've been alive. They're always going to have the advantage and upper hand. Because experience is invaluable. So I think that just being young, it's all about how much you can learn in the shortest period of time. And speaking of experience, you race in the SRX series, those guys have crazy amounts of experience. Yay. Where are you going to Billy? He's got a lot of live experience in a few years on you, but I think that going back to the SRX series, I enjoyed that so much. The hospitality was amazing. Truly thankful for that. It was top tier. And I think just having fun with some people who are so legendary in the motor sports world, being around them, people that you never thought you would have conversations with, that you're hanging out with. Like Elio cash and Abe's cash and evas, he was such a fun guy to be around. Like still to this day will text him and congratulate him and he's always like come away and say hi, my mom and so like there's just some good people that you never would have crossed paths with if I wasn't in that series. Right. What traces are you gonna do? I think I'm right now I'm set for Stafford and what was the other one? Is it people? Yeah. Yeah, that's it. So those two races so far, which who knows fame or could get added. It's kind of the hardest part right now is a confliction with the truck series. Yeah, yeah. So NASCAR has proven with the coliseum. They can make a racetrack anywhere. Where would you like to see them pop up a racetrack? I mean, I think it'd be pretty fun to eventually be able to race to the coliseum. Obviously the track is a very small you can see a handful of driving some of the cars around there, but it was entertaining race and I think bringing it to the West Coast down there in LA and having the fan base down there and seeing how well that race did. Can I bring a new vibe to NASCAR? And I feel like that was something to very cool to experience because I think a lot of people were worried that that race was kind of going to be a bust that maybe this isn't our fan base and this isn't where our true core fans are. Which is understandable. It's LA and so I think that going there and seeing the success of it seeing some really cool artists play and all the celebrities there when I was watching the races in one of the suites. I left to my left and to my right it was celebrities everywhere and so I feel like that was just, it was crazy to experience because it's different from the normal of NASCAR. Yeah. And I think that set off a buzz and NASCAR that's just off the charts this year. It's crazy exciting. Are you noticing that as a driver with the fans reaction? Yeah, and I think that that's one thing that I'm trying to help out with and one of my goals is bringing a new wave of fans and NASCAR. A younger generation. And getting them to experience it kind of through my eyes of what I'm experiencing. Because I feel like in NASCAR is not many people who show truly what's going on there, like in their life, their struggles, the positive things that happen. And seeing how you're emotionally feeling and mentally feeling. I feel like a lot of drivers put up a barrier and don't let fans in and so I feel like my goal is kind of take that barrier down and show them what it's really like. Show them the truth behind it and what's really.

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"david reagan" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

06:51 min | 3 months ago

"david reagan" Discussed on The Final Lap

"Day and the rest of the night until about ten 30 or 1130 at night. During the dual thing, on Thursday, went back to the hotel, went back out there Friday all day, Saturday. Sunday, you got the Daytona 500, get to the track at 8 o'clock, right? Work all day long. Get out of the media center like ten 30 p.m., get back in my real car drive all the way back to all the way back to the house. Right. I got back at about 6 ten in the morning. And I was pretty tired when I got back. I'm sure. Okay, so here's the difference between Toby and I, here's what my surgical strike looks like for this coming Saturday. I'm going to Fontana. My first interview is at 9 45 a.m.. I think I'm done at 1130. I'm out. I mean, he doesn't play around. He doesn't stick around. Every ten minutes. If he doesn't have to. Every ten minutes, I got my interviews. What's the point of sticking around? I got what I needed, right? Well, I mean that's a good point, although I did bring back some decent juicy clips here on the show that are playing well just by staying, I was able to get these. At least. But I mean, the Xfinity races until 5 o'clock, I'm not gonna stick around for that. I just watched it on TV. You got stuff to do. I do. I do. We're busy guys. Like coaching a baseball team and I got three other jobs and I got to get in, get out and get out with my life. Get on with it. That's right. All right, let's talk Daytona 500. Just as 8th Cup Series start, first full-time Cup Series start, I guess you could call it. A rookie has won the race, Austin Cedric takes the checkered flag, can you believe it? I mean, I can not. So the Fords were fast all week long, but Austin Cedric put himself in the perfect position coming on the stretch and pulls it off. So cool to see. He's an awesome guy. He's been on the show a bunch of times. We have lots and lots of audio coming up. He's going to be in segment two. Usually we play hilarious stuff from him in the media center by the way. There was some good stuff. What stood out for you? I thought his reaction to if somebody would ask him in his first Xfinity race. In front of the field if he'd ever one day Toyota. We got that. Did they tell 500? It was pretty funny. But yeah, so really great clips from him in there. I had a really good really good post race interview. Got some expletives beeped out too. Yeah, so be prepared for that. Yeah, hopefully I got them all. So the interesting thing here, we're talking about he's a rookie. What this means for him by winning this race carry is he may have just locked up The Rookie of the year championship in race one. Right, there's more though. And he's in the playoffs. Playoffs all star race. Yeah, a whole bunch of different things. But The Rookie of the year could have just been won. Because literally The Rookie of the year standings are the exact same as the NASCAR Cup Series driver standings. If you lock your way into the playoffs, you get elevated to that next level of points. And any other rookie that does not is stuck with their measly regular point total. So if no other rookie wins this season, Austin sender shir rookie of the year. Meanwhile, Harrison Burton did the exact opposite. Yeah, he did a complete flip from what Austin centric did, did he? Literally. In one wreck, two of my interviews for this coming week. I mean, that's wild, isn't it? It's crazy. Absolutely. First question out of the box for Harrison. Flying through the air upside down, huh? I mean, it took chase Elliott, how many years for that to happen? I mean, it just finally happened. And it wasn't even an ask our race. That's what I mean. That's how rare that is, and he knocked it out in the first race, so. I mean, that's good. Yeah, hopefully you don't have to worry about it. That's what you want. Yeah. So Bubba Wallace, second, again. In this race. Again, yeah. I mean, and it was a heck of a run for him because he lost the right front fender in that Ricky Stenhouse junior crash. And I was like, I don't know, man. I think he's done for because this is a pretty solid hit to the right side of that car, but it shows just how durable the bodies and the cars are. These next gen cars because he was able to hang in there. And almost won the dang thing, but finished second. You got chase Briscoe in third Ryan Blaney fourth and Eric Almirola rounds out the top 5 didn't Blaney have damage, too? Blaney had damage because he was kind of piled into the wall by senator on that last little run there to the checkers. And then chase Briscoe had issues earlier in the race where he was spending and stuff when a lab down and he rallies back to finish inside the top 5 here. Kyle Busch wasn't he damaged a bunch? Yeah, Kyle Busch had quite a bit of damage. Michael McDowell David Reagan sent their 7th and 8th. They went headfirst into the wall after being clipped by Keselowski on the final lap. There was a lot of stuff going on there and Keselowski, I don't know what was going on, but there was an aggression streak for Brad Keselowski in this race. He ended up 9th. Chase Elliott, the top Chevrolet finisher all the way back in tenth. That's sad. That's just sad. We had some good news. We'll share later in the show. Yeah, back to Brad Keselowski. I texted you, he basically, I mean, his strategy was wreck everybody else. It was a solid strategy until he didn't win the race, but at the end of the day, if you're going to create enemies, you want to at least be the winner, but he creates pretty much an entire pamphlet full of people are mad at him and now he finishes 9th. But out of the box, that new race team look pretty solid. I mean, him and Chris busher. Yeah, I will say that and busher was involved in one of the crashes that Keselowski actually triggered earlier in the race, and so that was why he didn't finish as well. But yeah, they were both really good all week long in Daytona and it's kind of a shame that butcher didn't have anything to show for it, because lousy, very good and very aggressive all week long and it'll be interesting to see if people pay him back at some point as the season goes on. You know what I found interesting is the pack racing, it was there with these brand new cars, brand new everything, you would have thought there would be a different style of maybe tandem or single file or there was some of that, but for the most part, it picked up right where the old car left off in terms of the pack racing. Yeah, and the real concern when you'll watch the duels was, oh man, cars are going to lose the draft really easy. This might be a bad Daytona 500 people. That's true. And we get to Sunday. They all get into race mode. They know the car that they've been trying to save all week is there, and this is what it's all about. And they all came to life and were able to run in the pack. So it was a good Daytona 500. They actually had the highest rating of any Daytona 500 and Jeff glucks is a good race poll. In history with 87% saying it was a good race. So this was a this was a good Daytona 500. And then the end, we had an unpredictable winner. And a dash to the checkered flag, almost photo finished between Cedric and Bubba Wallace and I think you had everything you needed to have for a Daytona 500 be successful. Carl went upside down. Guy was okay. We had a few other big crashes in this race, but everybody was okay. And in the end, you had a photo finish. I don't know what else you could want..

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"david reagan" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

05:37 min | 4 months ago

"david reagan" Discussed on The Final Lap

"This week, just, you know, watching the feet I'd had no idea this was here. Rearview mirror camera, which I guess is optional, but why would you not have it? Yeah, so I think Denny Hamlin was the one who said he didn't want it. Of course. Yeah, of course. But it is a thing. I think the way this is going, I think the spotter's ought to be nervous because it seems like they're working on replacing these guys. Right. Exactly. So you're looking at cost saving measures, you can cut out a spotter he's making however much an ascar Cup Series spotter is making per year. Hey, yeah, exactly. Exactly. And one thing that is on your list, but might have some people scratching their head. They're harder to drive, but honestly, drivers like that. Yeah, no, so this puts it back in the driver's hands quite a bit. The car is not nearly as forgiving. It doesn't have all the arrow things in place where if it kicks sideways it saves itself. The thing is asymmetrical. So you don't have a weird flat side on it where it catches the air just right. The way the driver is running it and stuff like that. So it really takes a real driver to drive this thing around, even by yourself and not crash it. And then finally you're last bullet point is teams only allowed to have 7 active chassis per car number. It used to be 16, so they'd have a shop full of cars just ready to go. Yeah, well, like Brian talked to our spaces this week. I hate to keep bringing up that, but he mentioned. We know you're a big time host now on Twitter. It didn't even invite me. What else? Hey, you could have stopped by. You knew all about it. You asked me about it and I was like, well, tonight. Wasn't around. So he said when he first showed up at Stewart house racing, first got a job there. They had a 152 hundred cars in their fleet. Wow. Then of course NASCAR issued the 16 chassis limit per car number. And now we're down to 7. So it's four car teams are going to have what is that 28 cars in the fleet that would be raced at least three times before they can be retired and then it has to be actually crashed to beyond repair to be retired. So we're going to have some yachts there. Purposeful crashes. This car sucks. Right. So we'll see. I don't know, but it'll be interesting to see how this all goes as we go through it. Yeah, yeah. Lots of news going on. Let's talk about Dale Earnhardt junior. He was in a fire suit, which is headline making. That is. It was shocking when Hendrick motor sports tweeted this. It made sense. Yeah. Because three of their four drivers are in the chili bowl this year. Right. But it was still kind of shocking that they learned how junior would be testing out a next gen race car. At Daytona 400 motor sports. Well, he's pretty familiar with that track, so. Yeah, and so he's already had a next gen test as funny as that is at Bowman gray, but that was the NASCAR next gen test car. That wasn't a team specific one, so it was interesting to see. And got a lot of people going, wow, is he going to return Dale junior coming back? Nah, now Dale dinger's not coming back. I just picture drivers always wore their fire suits. So this is kind of weird anyway. Yeah, I would do that. Probably get some percentages off on your purchases in the North Carolina area if you walk around with it. They look comfortable. They're like PJs. You know? We've got a lot of news and not a lot of time. So why don't we bullet point some of this stuff? Daytona sells out like all over infield outfield seats, whatever. Right? Yeah, that's all sold out, man. Okay. So if you want to go, you're screwed. Forget well, they do have a couple of options from hospitality side and sweets and stuff like that. Plus the pre race pass as well, they have available. Or you could watch it on TV and get better coverage anyway. I mean, you could, but yeah. Chili ball national is going on now this week. Whenever you're listening to this, that's when it's happening. And Larson already won something, right? Yeah, no. Larson won a heat race and a qualifying race, a whole bunch of stuff, chase Elliott want a heat raise. A lot of stuff going on, although as you're listening to this now, it's Wednesday, so caveat there, we don't know what's going to happen going forward. Last night, Tuesday night, he was in a heck of a race with Michael koh Ford for the win, and that preliminary name and finished second, but that was a heck of a race. Those guys were slide job and left and right, doing all sorts of crazy stuff and it turned out crazy. Some people were stuck in catch fences. There was a fight. It's been entertaining to watch the chili bowl nationals like it is every year, but this year has been pretty pretty entertaining. All right, David Reagan is coming back out of retirement. Yes, he is. How weird is that, by the way, so of course he retired from full-time competition in 2019 at the end of the day. They all say that. And he's run one race per year for the last couple seasons. This year though, he will be returning to Rick ware racing for the Daytona 500 and multiple races in the number 15 car sponsors, everything else will be announced at a later date. He is good at this dragon. He is. He definitely is. He's out of his two Cup Series wins, both were at plate tracks out of his expenditure series wins. He has a plate win there, so he's pretty good at these races and should have won a Daytona 500 Mac and what? 2011, 2010? Yeah. And it happened for changing lanes. So I think that's a pretty good call. Carousel is out short shoot back in at Sonoma, which is going to make that portion of the track. I think faster. Yeah, and so I like the carousel coming back. I think they should actually flip flop this every few years just to keep things fresh or whatever. The carousel did take a lot of the passing opportunities the way that the short chute did provide so that'll be interesting. It'll be cool to see who can kind of pick back up where the left off with the short.

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"david reagan" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

05:11 min | 9 months ago

"david reagan" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

"Yeah so timings definitely keep keep his eye on the prize in this one and just not not let the pressure get to them like you did a couple of years back and even though there's a pretty big point spread between those guys i mean i don't see rettig catching harvick and being the top man in the points but it's not impossible either. No and then with dylan like you said because we have a plate track coming up. The kind of leaves that wide open between them because dylan his way in. Yeah it'd be great if we will get to new winners if we did winners and then no one else gets in all my kevin harvick could theoretically get in realistically can cannot get him. It's going to be really hard because you know we're going to michigan and it's just such a big money team track that i don't know who could win and have a big effect on kevin harvick in that respect But it doesn't have to be. I mean it could be tolerated across than dylan. That wins at michigan that pushes harvey down one. And then you know it's on at daytona. anybody can win daytona and that could be the craziest damn thing ever. That could be the most amazing embraced. We've seen a tone in a while so once again. It's like this whole thing where it's at least for a couple of drivers coming down to the wire could come down to the wire every other year. It seems like that kind of fizzles out. You know that we're all excited going into the last race and then it's like okay. Went to plan but who knows. Maybe this year is going to be the one that's different. Maybe but let's be honest. Probably not. I mean hell. In the season we're kevin harvick and then him when both haven't won a race who knows at is open wildcard. Maybe and and it's not like they're just old bad now. I mean they both have had great seasons. Both have really good runs both. Have a lot of points but All right let's move on from what happened last weekend to some news and then we'll talk about this weekend's race coming up in michigan us starting with the only real big news. I would say of the week. These rumors that twenty three eleven isn't just looking to score themselves a second charter for next year. For kurt busch. Which isn't that big of a secret. But now there's this talk that they might either be making a deal to get a charter with furniture row or they might merger slash out furniture row motor sports. And then you would have twenty three eleven. Being control of three charters at that point That's an interesting story. I don't find it as shocking as the gassy thing. But it's kinda up there for me in terms of surprising deals if it happens absolutely because you have a ford team basically collapse into toyota team. Yeah and and team. That's been semi serious about what they've been doing for the past couple of years and they've been around for quite a while front rows been around probably better part of maybe decade and a half. I would say like his david reagan. Would there and david gill and start. There is the two david's it was amazing But i mean you you look at this and it kind of while i understand. It's a business and twenty three eleven. Doing what's best for them but man that's a that's the end of like an error especially going into this era where it's supposed to be more cost effective. We're not gonna have these teams middle in so much for money that the one of the teams who struggled through it the most and came out successful in some instances As we see this year too with the with the emergence of michael mcdowell Into the playoffs and then winning the five hundred and then being steady in the first part of the season like to lose. That is kind of kind of a downer when you think about it if if this all comes information and they go off to somewhere else because it's not it's not for certain that front row will be around just in general because they would have to switch manufacturers. They would have to figure out what the driving lineup is. They'd basically become a satellite team to whatever twenty three eleven. Once at that point and that point why wouldn't twenty-three eleven just get the second car and get three chargers. Oh yeah you know. I think that And by the way you were spot on Two thousand and five is when Front row started so yup better part of a decade and a half. And i would think that if there is a merger that it's going to be merger along the same lines as you know bobby ginn and d. I you know that. Kim racing thing and then all of that stuff with petty where it wasn't truly a merger they just called it a merger but it was really a buy out nobody wanted to say it. And then he shares back to and it's like yeah But yeah what did they do. You know i mean. Obviously you've got bubba and kurt busch is going to be in the car. But what do you do with that car. I mean we're that third charter. I mean do they lease it out. Do they sell it. They keep one of the drivers. I mean honestly. If i'm thinking of michael mcdowell anthony alfredo. I'm not getting terribly excited to go out and find sponsors for third car if i'm them.

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"david reagan" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

06:20 min | 10 months ago

"david reagan" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

"Watching it because they're trying to jack me for sixty bucks a year then they're not gonna know so that makes it look worse when it's really you know that people just find other ways to to watch and making people resort to finding other ways to watch it figuring out how to sign up deciding the pay the feet i mean you just. You're gonna lose people doing that right now. The last thing that nascar needs is to lose people. and how do you sell sponsors. Look at it that way. Like how do you sell that sponsors. Where four or five races are not going to be on over the air or cable television. And you can't like that seems to be just a just just a a very bad pandora's box to open. Yeah you're gonna lose not only us lose fans only gonna lose you know whatever your lose. You know ratings. You're gonna lose sponsors. Perhaps too because they're like well. What kind of deal am i getting in this. If i'm only being seeing thirty one at a thirty six races like it doesn't make sense to me. Yeah no it's valid point. I mean on one hand. Nascar doesn't care so much because you know they're getting the tv money. So be fda right and nbc doesn't care because they're getting subscription money but for the teams. Yeah you're right. I mean this is a race that these are races that if they're on peacock are guaranteed to be seen by less people. Guaranteed to and. So if you've got a sponsor if you're a team that does sponsors you know a couple of races at a time you're going to have trouble getting sponsors for those races more trouble than you will get sponsors for regular races and who knows what this is going to bring with the car to of yesterday tomorrow Car the future. I think it's called now. I don't know. I mean maybe that lowers rates where they don't have to worry about that at the same time like like for your elite brands. Your verizon's your coca cola's and stuff like that. I mean you know. I don't know what do you want to responser. Race is going to be on peacock. Probably not i mean they because they're so big they might do it anyway. But i'm just saying like would you would you want but at the same time. Let's let's look at it this way too. That's where you put your poconos. That's where you put your boring racists through race isn't no one gives a belief about i'll tell you if they were to put pocono pain racist comical the number that came back. Maybe that's why they wanted to do it because maybe we'll say oh we don't. We can't get numbers for peacock. Sorry ratings for this race. Maybe that's why. Yeah maybe it's a way to hide it very if that's if that's a sidebar to that That's pretty funny. I think about it that way but that can be an easy way out of the poop racist. Dude how great would that be boy and now saying that loud into the universe. I'm pretty sure exactly exactly like ooh kind of gloss over things and not really have to give out. Numbers is be fantastic. Just wait till radioactive comes out on nascar. I'd like that's all you need to know. That'd be a pay pay subscription service to radioactive right or just watch. Twitter twitter gives more highlights than nbc and fox news. So like you can't be. You can't go anywhere on their socials. Without seeing some of the highlights of stage wins again there. It is just the last one where they wave the white and green and white checkered flag. Gonna do this five seconds ahead of everybody right. Oh man what else do. We got a whole lot going on. There was a next gen test at texas this week showing how much the drivers really want to be engaged. During this two week break the test drivers were as follows justin alcott for chevy. Okay david david ragan for ford and drew herring for toyota. Drew herring For toyotas quarterback michigan. I think he was wasn't he was he draws jordan. Oh yeah okay. Drew drew haring by the way in. His career has run one cup series race. That was in two thousand nineteen twenty two xfinity races and one truck race Twenty twenty four national series starts. He was the official nexgen test driver for. Toyota big shocker. He wrecked the car. The only the only car they had he wrecked by toyota. That's what you get with the driver you pick you guys could have picked anybody else. Drew hearings last Cup series event was Twenty nineteen homestead there. You go And he is technically the official test driver for jobs racing. Okay and spider for mardi true ex. Well there you go but at least chevy and Forward even though they picked whoever was available there. Whoever was available are both drivers that have tons of experience behind the wheel. Yeah yeah exactly like david. Reagan hasn't driven rain awhile. Yeah but he's been done at time. Of course al or not a not a cup series driver but even though he has done the cup series before but not Cup series driver right now. I mean he's he's he's a quadruple lay kind of dry. Yeah for sure for sure. Yeah so Yeah we don't know what happened when the car wreck how how came out of it but we also got another story that drew hearing you know had had departed us. I guess car safe enough. Well there you go exactly. He's just like hey all right anyone you can away from man. i know. Listen guys we don't have to worry about it. The car is safe. That's why they put your hearing. We didn't kill a jobber. So i mean be one thing. We're going to do that. Was it but man you. We are good to go. He is the iron mike. Sharpe nascar testing. Hey man gotta love it man. so yeah. That happened jimmy johnson ski next month. Actually when i say next month a couple of days from now Depending on when you hear it it might be next month.

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"david reagan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"david reagan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The efforts recall was lost for the year. However, they found a guy that they know that was a pretty good player before he got injured. He was on the practice squad. He's going to be on the 53. It's going to be just a matter of time. Now could be this week. He's going to be on the 53. So why would they then bring in love? Ian Bell? And they don't dislike David Montgomery. Quite the contrary. They they're trying to pump up David Montgomery. You talked with him last week? Sure. Charles London has had lots of talks with David Montgomery last Thursday night after that game that Montgomery had 29 rushing yards on 10 attempts. He had less than that against the Colts the week before. I mean, if anyone had a right to sort of be like Hello, boys isn't going well. It's Montgomery. He had a big catch for the first down for 17 yard field goal from Cairo, Santos. But this is not what David Montgomery envisioned. Coming into this offense to be the featured back, Not not not happening. So I never really felt like that was something that was going to happen here. I don't like we had some story on ESPN dot com where he was the number that bears the number one fit for him. I didn't write that. I just I didn't see it because again, I feel like you're forgetting about Lamar Miller. You might say to me A man love Ian Bell is 50 times the player that Lamar Miller is and you might be darn right. All I'm saying is that they have Miller here. They know him. They have him. They have visions for him filling that role. So bringing bell in on top of that was never really something. I thought they were going. T do, least get a giggle out of hearing the Bears defensive coaches call Mike Davis. A beast now, like he was in your building a year or so ago, And now you described your defensive coaches were talking about him as being a beast. Did it make you giggle? At least a little, you know? Ah. It's a charnel been a rough year, but I mean, I don't know if I'm giggling and stuff like that. More like these guys. I mean, what's the point? What can you do? Yeah. Giggle, talk about someone that got no opportunity and made some pretty good money. He made some pretty good that they paid him a little bit of cash. They never used him. He was an active on JD. I mean, like, Who do you blame for that? Where you see him here? Not being able to get on the field when they've hand picked him for the offense for the fifth King, and then he goes to take over for the most explosive running back and he puts up really good numbers. That's a collective failure. I don't put that on one person timeout. Let me interject this. I think you just described the bearsoffense right there. And those two words. Collected a failure because think about it because The Coaching staff in the front office. They have to work in unison. You can't have a front office signing a player that the coaching staff doesn't want. I've seen that happen before. I've seen guys get drafted. That the coaching staff is like what I'm not talking about Fox. Either. It goes way back then that and they're like, Wait a minute, huh? What do you mean? What do you mean? This is this is our first round pick. He We don't want him. We want this guy. Then that doesn't work. I'm not creamy. Who gave about Shay? Huh? You think lovely like that Love is like I'm out of here. But do you believe? Do you believe like that, Especially on the offensive side of the ball? This head coach has a tremendous amount of saying what the personnel decisions are I okay? I think he definitely has say. I think that he has a good relationship. I'm not Sanders. Any fracture, but my my point. What I'm saying is Like these moves don't get done unless everyone is on the same page that, okay, This is a player. We're going to make a very modest financial commitment, but this is not a minimum salary player. The expectation is he's going to. We're going to use him in this capacity. And then for that not to happen at all. And for him to be gone is just that's a stunning collapse. And again. I use the phrase collective failure because you have to put that signing like that. And now you find out the guy still could play. I mean, occasionally, there's these wild card signings where you sign a guy just stinks like boys was just a bad idea. It happens, right? No one's perfect. But now you find out that Mike Davis can still run the football. So what was the problem? What were they that seeing? It wasn't like He was a bad guy in the locker room. He was not that at all. It was a nice guy sitting there like why am I not playing? We're all asking. Why is he not playing? So I think that's that's on everyone involved here. Do you have a score for the game? Because we're not going to talk to you tomorrow. So what is your final score for the game? I was scored quick, Doug Buffone story very quick. I did pick the Panthers 17 16 get out! 16.6 points to get to my dug a phone story. So I Produce Doug when I was young 22 year old Jeff Dickerson, fresh out of University of Illinois in the business, and I would produce Doug and doubled, walking in sweatpants and a sweatshirt. A pack of marble reds and to be sandwiches, and he would pound pound all three of those in different ways he would eat the two and smoke the other. He was such a great guy. Thanks for talking about him. He was a wonderful guy to work with. And he was the first professional athlete him and jigs that ever had a former special athletes. I've had the pleasure of producing and he was one of a kind. He was just a great guy, and you know about this. This guy was so plugged in. Still, we had Dave rig going on our show back when David Reagan was the quarterback at Louisville, right on ly because Doug was a hall of Famer at Louisville. So I mean, Doug is always connected the dots. He was very smart guy. Loved him. He will be miss. Yeah, Love Now. David Egan is one of like 12 people trying to help Matt Maggie to come up with the offense. He is part of the brain trust. He's part of the he's part of the details. JD Detail the every like Once the monthly zoom, we get all the all the All the coaches like John de Filipo, Like Once a month, you get a day were going once a month. It's very funny, no matter, Maggie yet, guys, So the schedule got really has been really all over the place this week, so he was pushed back like 3 30 ish. Practice is ending. Now he was supposed to talk at 11 45. You guys know I should quickly. You know, Walker steals away from the team, of course, and we've got to see how it goes. I mean, you've had a couple of of issues here, so we'll see what happens. Carolina's being watched very closely because they played the Falcons last week, so Out of the last of it. Play here on this on this Thursday. If you're working in writing put on our Louis Riddick interview at five. He really broke down the Nagy play calling you Louis loves him. He does, but But, look, he did not hold back. Realizes that you know, it's it's show me time. Yeah, so and they've got the bears here in a week from Monday, so they'll be on Monday night football. JD. Great stuff is always thank you. Alright, guys, take care. There you go. There's Jeff Dickerson. So what? What were the two words that JD used Ah, collective failure. Collective failure. I want to know why I want to know, though, Was it the chicken or the egg when it comes to the collective failure, and I want to bring in another round of evidence for you, Mr Waddled. Look at thank you, miss and that's coming up next. 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"david reagan" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"david reagan" Discussed on WSB-AM

"95.5 WSB. Welcome back to the show. This is Ashley Frasca, host of green and growing beginning our number two on a Saturday morning and I am happy to be joined. By someone. Many of you know Georgia native David Ragan. NASCAR driver semi retired, but he's here on the show Getting ready to race this weekend. Hey, David, Thanks for having me on doing great. A lot of AA lot of big things coming up. Running in the NASCAR, Gander, RV and Outdoors Truck, Siri's and Darlington tomorrow. But David last August you announced your semi retirement from NASCAR. How are things? I braced full time R really, since I was a teenager, and I was out of high school, and so I've had a great run. I've been very fortunate to have some fun on the racetrack and made a lot of great people in fans. But I'm ready to stay home a little bit more a little bit more of a normal dad and try to be a good husband. A good father. And I know my kids are going to grow up so fast. Everyone tells me that you blink your eyes and before you know it, they're off to college. So I'm starting to believe everyone. And I know that it looked forward Tio spending more time with him, but but also staying involved in the racing world and just racing apart so you can balance two of your passions. You're a lucky man to be able to do that. The best of both worlds. Perfect. So your wife and your two daughters What kind of things does the Reagan family like to do outdoors? You know, we we love being outdoors. We have a few farm animals at our house here. North Carolina. We have a couple of miniature donkeys, goats and chickens and ducks. So I wouldn't say that we're Ah, farm by but our kids do love. Being outside with the animals. We do have our own little garden of the house. We're very lucky that that are both girls like and love vegetables. They left to grow different fruits and different things in our garden. So you know what we do have some fun and I've grown up in the South. That's just something that you know. I've always been a part of my family's done that and now we'll carry on that tradition. So what isthe one of the toughest vegetable crops that you have trouble with in the garden. Or maybe just something you've given up and said Tak with that I'm not doing this again. You know that. That's a great question, you know? Probably. Ah, ah Watermelon, maybe panel of some of the melon types. You know, it's so easy to grow Washington's zucchini and tomatoes, stuff like that, But our water balance so Grow as well. And his big is what you have in the store. So our kids they're like, You know what? We don't want that little thing in the garden. We want to go to the store and get a real nice big ones. So I get where they're coming from. And then growing up in South Georgia, as you did take me back were about the same age born in the early to mid eighties, but take me back to some of your fondest childhood memories. Yeah, you know, I lived in a very rural community down in federal Georgian. You did l, a Georgian, So some of my best memories happen on my bike and riding around town that we never really had a big garden or anything at our house, but my grandfather did it. So my father was involved in racing, so I did a lot of time with migrants at a young age. And remember, you know all the different parts of the season, you know, going with my my grandmama granddad. Taken, you know, butter, beans and different things like that from the garden and sit on the couch and shell and snapper, peas and things of that nature. My mom would always like and stuff. So I know something that that I think that I took for granted a little bit as a young kid, because when I've gotten older moved to a bigger city Ah, lot of people don't know anything about that. So I tried to make it a point to, you know, show my kids. Hey, this is where your food comes from, And we go to the local farmers market here in North Carolina and try to let them experience, you know, different saying so that those were some really good memories. I had grown up in a small town in the south, and that's going to be good memories for your daughter to the you're exposing them to that, especially the air action with local farmers markets. I love that. That's so trendy now, but it's so fun and easy to do, and it makes you feel better support in the local community right instead of going to the grocery store. Yeah. And you and you have that few minutes. Ah, make the conversation with whoever selling the stuff, and I do think it's important for kids to realize that you know someone for farmers and, you know people growing our vegetables in our fruit that we would be ableto eat like we do. And certainly, you know, feed the animals and different things that were we count on too. Not the simple man our diet. So now it's a good good thing and it's natural for us. Like you said. It's very trendy and some of the biggest You know, go get some fresh produce, but that's something that we've always done over the years. Tell me now that you've got a little more time may be coming up in the year 21 yard shore that you just will not dio. You refused to do it. It's the least favorite. Man, I really do not like Tio greatly on the wall. Whenever it's time to write, Please. I feel like you go through the motions all day, and there's always more leaves. You just never completely satisfied. Know when you cut the grass or no. When you plant something you can see that harvest and you can say all right, it's a job Well done. You know, we're finished, but I feel like there's just always That extra few leaves that you missed on drives me. Not absolutely. One more question for you before I let you go, David. So you've traveled the country with racing. You've been involved in this since a young age. What are some of the prettiest places in the United States that you've seen that you've just driven through and thought this is incredible. We do get to rice in a lot of need areas around the country. And, you know, the Pocono Mountains were really pretty just north of Allentown, Pennsylvania. That's where the Pocono Raceway is at. And and it's so pretty in the summer months because everything screen the flowers, trees are blooming at low humidity. You've got real pretty mountains. I think that you know, great hiking parts of the Appalachian Trail. Run through that area. So that's that's a great area, and then you know the California redwood tree. When we're racing at Sonoma, north of San Francisco, That was always a lot of fun. My wife and I would go out. Maybe they're too early and well, we weren't big fans of the traffic. San Francisco sees no, we love to get out north of that and go through the fear Would that part of the red would force and say those huge trees that are hundreds, maybe thousands of years old. That was very fun part of being able to raise that I was able to experience things like that. Thanks to David Reagan, who is racing this weekend. Tomorrow, the gander RV and outdoors truck Syriza Darlington Raceway in South Carolina and driving the Shriners Hospitals for Children Race car That's really exciting. Best of luck to you, David. Thanks so much for being on green and growing for 0487207 50 Sally in hushed and good morning..

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"david reagan" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

10:51 min | 3 years ago

"david reagan" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"A sap rocking a you don't know who raised up rocky is but if you're reading politico yesterday afternoon late you've seen a story breaks state department urges Sweden to treat arrested rapper a sap rocky fairly this popped up I read through it and I saw there a lot of names you know secretary of state Mike Pompeii now investor Robert o'brien and then Alan Jackson the lawyer for rocky although stranger shall I supported me ran for different turning a few years ago is now called the fence lawyer in the city of angels and he's representing without the rapper a sap rocky in Sweden he joins me this morning Alan good morning thanks for getting up early on the west coast good morning here's my pleasure now still people and who don't know who a sap rocky as who he is how big he is and what he was doing when he was arrested in Sweden rocky otherwise known is his given name is written mayors he's a worldwide phenomenon he's both a a rap icon as well as a fashion icon a top selling artists not just in the United States the top selling artists around the world she was all the world towards you a summer tour that included headlining concert and headline concert series through multiple nations including Sweden Norway the U. K. all over Europe he happened to be in Sweden the beginning of July ended June beginning in July for a July first concert that he was headlining on June thirtieth he was in preparation for that concert along with a couple of the other artists that she was working with a couple of the art of other artists that are are in he showed me one name David Reagan's one named Vladimir Cornell they're both part of the sort of the broader a sap Graham bladder bladder bladder bladder there would be okay as in Bravo that's right that's right the three of them were walking probably nine thirty nine forty five in the evening through the streets and a retail area of stock home along with a bodyguard that that was part of the show as well part of detailed security detail when two individuals began to basically a sale following harassed the four men to the point of of it wasn't just a couple of cat calls they obviously in my view I think they probably recognize them a sap rocky is extremely well known if your youngster and in this day and age and you listen to music at all certainly if you're a rap fan you're gonna Gracia proxy is also in the fashion industry so he's he's very recognized so Marco Rubio the senator from Florida who knows every rapper knows a sap rocky music if he follows wrapped in in modern modern AG absolutely there's a rocky date shoot shoot multi million dollar outside multi million records selling it artist who's known your state wide in the United States I should say and and worldwide there's no way you wouldn't know rocky now some some rappers have broken through like common into the mainstream culture but rocky except rocky if not yet or is he on the verge of doing so I think it on the verge of doing so and and some would argue that he already has given the fact that in the in the fashion industry as well and broken through and certainly in in multiple industries not just not just music but fashion as well so what happened with these people following him they were relentless Hugh these two individuals decided said to target them probably because they were Americans all four of them are African American a sap David Blatt American and check on the security guard or all African American the walking through the streets these two individuals start walking general all right on their heels they would not let go they would not let up laughing and yelling at them getting in their way stopping a progress and rocky and his colleagues kept turning around and saying you guys you need to go the other way stop following us this was happening not just for a few feet I'm not just for a few hundred feet but for blocks at a time probably over the course of thirty forty five minutes any video card is thirty to forty five minutes is there any video yes there is video so one of more people were were videotaping I mean they accept it a lot of attention except rocky gets a lot of attention when he's in the model folks and and our understanding is there is there are multiple videos taken of the of this last night except rocky David Blatt Amir all kept saying turn around in on video can't say look we don't want you trouble we don't have anything to do with you were not looking for a fight we're not looking to get in trouble go the other way walk the other way leave us alone over and over and over and these folks these two individuals the two assailants were spoiling for a fight it would not can like go there we're not gonna be happy till they got into a an altercation of some kind I with a saponin and his friends and and all of that is captured on video then there was and the moment in time when Kim the security guard turns around and says very forceful terms look you guys need to walk the other way we're not looking for any trouble go the other way stop following this is been going on for at least four full city blocks with in Stockholm one of the individuals and was wearing a big set of headphones around his neck a little set of your body cold so full old style headphones I did that you know you'd use in a in a music studio he took a fighting stance ripped off the the headphones and at point blank range you through them right into Tim's face striking him in the face smashing the headphones in this space cutting him had guilt notwithstanding that assault mostly in the fact that these guys and now that the physical didn't striking back didn't get physical just sad that need to go the other way that's not that at the almost instantaneously thereafter the same guy that hits him in the face with headphones then threw a haymaker and cracked him across the jaw can still didn't get tens of very large man probably you know two hundred and forty children take it down we said that's not what he looks like he lays from my perspective from the video can still didn't engage them it wasn't until a few minutes later when they were absolutely relentless and continuing to harass and harangue in physically assault them that the altercation turned physical from from rocky David Blatt Amir standpoint and I got in a street fight with these guys they got into a fight absolutely is in that and that fight was completely and one hundred percent of health some sense of others like they had a unquestionably they had a read all four men had a reasonable apprehension of harm it that way they knew that these guys wanted to get physical they knew that these guys got physical but they are sold to them that they are harassing me wanting to let go Q. interestingly enough during the verbal part of the altercation two women walked up to a sap recognize what was happening and walked up to to rocky and said those two guys had harassed me and my girlfriend down the street a little bit earlier this evening on I'm reading it from the politico SO two drug addicts are not my friends we do not know these guys we didn't want the trouble they follow this for four blocks they were slapping girls but who passed give me a break he wrote many posted a video of this of asking them to go walk away according to politico and another that in a second video curse of I've got the timing right there is this long running altercation there is a fight provoked by that the Swedes and but we will come back their identity Tim does not engaged they keep walking and then there's a second video where a fight is under way and rock a sap tosses one of these guys down the street I got the sequence right exactly right right so and when how and why in the world is an American citizen being held in jail from July the second through July the fifteenth for a street fight that he did not provoking which is from the description politico from your description is self defense that's what we're asking we've been asking that question literally you every single day since you've been in jail the interesting well there's a lot of interesting questions to be answered on the part of the suites but he wasn't arrested immediately the next night yeah actually performed his culture to a sold out fifteen thousand person stadium he Blatter mir and David perform the following day so that was June thirtieth at the the fight took place and the and the self defense took place that not the next day the following day after the concert he was asked by the by the situation stories the two US Senate to an interview what he thought okay will obviously these guys one sort of these new to individuals the sailing toward some sort of a crime spree when you got okay I'm gonna do my my my my duty as it were and citizen of the United States and certainly is a different world nations these guys they'll continue doing what they're doing so he cement to interview had no idea that during the course of that interview he let me ask the stand up to her and put his hands behind his back and you can be arrested been in detention that day you with out any due process we can argue with proper and illegal detention and it was providing a punishment for promoting punishment before the crime on through the break calla Jack so what is the petition of justice for rocky rocky change dot org and they're more than a half million people sign this big story first broadcasting to be by Alan Jackson stay tuned when news happens anyway you'll hear it here first Hugh Hewitt I hear your for Lone Star transfer if you are a time share owner and you think back to the day you bought your little piece of heaven probably a good thought fast forward a few years the reality that is today and the fact that you probably never use your time Cher but you.

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"david reagan" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"david reagan" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Position fighting for it really oppress still today. No changes on his car. He took four tires. He was still a little bit loose track is going to come to him. And that is the reason for no adjustments on the one of Bush. So here's the rundown. Ryan blending your leader. Joey Logano second Brad Kozlowski third. Fourth is Kyle Busch. Ryan Newman v six this. Clint Boyer Chris butcher, seven Austin Dillon. Eight ninth Daniel Suarez perk. Bush town. Chase Elliott has eleven Jimmy Johnson. Twelfth mapped Benedetto writes thirteenth fourteenth any Hamlin tied. Dylan fifteen William Byron is sixteenth. Seventeenth will be Paul Menard. Eric Jones eighteenth nineteenth goes to David Ragan. Twentieth. Bubble Wallace David Reagan, the first car one lap down the free pass going to Eric Jones as Doug just mentioned. He is currently eighteen Kevin Harvick twenty-first. And he's being scored two laps down. Twenty-second? Kyle larson. Twenty-third core. Joy. Martin Rex junior being scored three laps down. Now in the twenty fourth position twenty-fifth, Alex Bom. Twenty-six land in castle. Michael McDowell twenty-seventh Ryan priest Twenty-eight then it's Ross Chastain twenty nine thirtieth. Matt tiff Bailey curry thirty first Daniel him thirty second thirty third Quin huff, TIMMY hill. Thirty fourth Ricky Stenhouse, junior thirty fifth grade Golding thirty six and Eric Merola will finish thirty seven today. Brat. Laskey who was in the third position is making an extra pitstop down there on the pit lane. And we're not quite sure what is going on down there. But Brad Galli will let us know.

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"david reagan" Discussed on Lumpy's Sports Show Podcast

Lumpy's Sports Show Podcast

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"david reagan" Discussed on Lumpy's Sports Show Podcast

"A lot of people, you know, the dentist. One was was Stenhouse Chevron his way into with Harvick. I'm sure hover. Call forget about that. And take care some retribution there at some point this season, just cling to clean his car out someday. Another the last wreck line castle must add throttle stick or some man, he went full speed into lamb Bryant Byron's car, and almost look because it was basically T-Bone at full speed were Byron's almost stuck. But he he got out of the cards amazing that these these guys get out of these cars like it's no big deal. They're safe like that Twenty-one corrector doing two hundred miles an hour, and all of a sudden the guy's going sideways and everyone's hidden collect pilot out there skating down the down the track at two miles an hour and trying to get stops. The Eric Morello had one similar to what happened to him and Kansas couple years ago where he broke his back. Whereas riding on top of David Reagan's car as it's like, a it's it happened. It's good. Yeah. So the wrecks the rest were crazy to finish the race off came down to green white checkered, and it sounded like there was, you know, agreed team orders. Have you wanna look at it from gives car that cow Bush was gonna let. Hamlin down in front of him on the restart, and then it was just on racing from there because I guess they figure both of them in line. Like that is better than having spread out. Not sure what the car behind you to do is. We'll leave it with those guys because they're obviously the smart ones know, what the hell they're doing. But it didn't make sense to me to let them come down. Because I didn't think how much every to get past them again would like to see them actually race it and see what would happen. 'cause there's two laps to go cars take forever to get going. And you got to trust that you're going to get some plush some energy from cars behind him that aren't your teammates. That's where I actually thought Joe Lagaan was actually gonna win it because those two are going to let everyone in front, and then McDonald's is gonna hammered out because I thought Cal Bush might make it three wide go crazy. 'cause you know, he's tried this for over a decade and has at one the five hundred himself. And so it'd be curious to see what comes out from that. Maybe they'll probably keep it in house. But it was just odd that a guy that competitive has called bushes. Granted all NASCAR drivers competitive that again that super competitive like that just willing to let your team confirm you for the betterment of team orders, which once again, I don't team orders team realizes just knowing just go on race forget the teams race forget what. Car. You're driving race, you know, but those team orders hamlet in front, and like I said, I was I was happy for him to wind just because of all the stuff that you know, Gibbs has been through with the Sanja de passing away, and, you know, have a soft spot in my heart for coach Gibbs 'cause my big Redskins fan from the eighties. When he was bring those teams to championships all stuff so can't complain too much. But it was a overall. There was a pretty cool exciting race Bata wasted a whole Sunday watching. It makes me wanna go. Go back to a NASCAR race since. I didn't get to go to last year with some other stuff going on probably won't get to go to one this year. As I got some big sports trips coming up like to Japan for the the Ray world campus going to be pretty bad ass, and then some other trips so probably won't make it to NASCAR race. On Sundays be washing. On TV wish. I was there, especially the nice weather like Daytona. So thoroughly enjoyed this race. And and looking forward to the rest of the season curious to see how this weekend goes because I believe this is the first mile and a half course that.

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"david reagan" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"david reagan" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

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"david reagan" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"david reagan" Discussed on KGO 810

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"david reagan" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"david reagan" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Guaranteed on CNN state of the union democratic Senator Sherrod Brown. Says Trump only declared a national emergency because lawmakers refused to pay for the wall. Couldn't get the Mexicans DeVille the wall. He couldn't get congress to vote the money in this is in fact, the first emergency declaration like this. With that kind of construct where he got turned down by congress. And then went ahead and did it. That's why you see somebody Republicans saying don't do this as coalition forces battle the remnants of ISIS in eastern, Syria. Pentagon correspondent Barbara Starr reports. There are new concerns about the terror group perhaps more than one thousand ISIS fighters have fled Syria in the last six months of fighting into the western deserts and mountains of Iraq. And they may have two hundred million dollars in cash with them to finance future operation all of this comes as the US backed Syrian fighters with US assistance are struggling to take the last stronghold in Syria at the Daytona five hundred Kyle Busch is in the lead with three laps to go. The race is running overtime. After Paul Menard triggered a twenty two car accident shortly after a restart with ten laps to go. Eric alma role is back wheels. Landed on David Reagan's windshield. I'm evan. Haynick? Texting enroll. WMA news at seven oh to Weinstein. Former virginia. Governor Terry McAuliffe says he's pitching closer to making it on whether or not to run for the democratic.

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"david reagan" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"david reagan" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Declaration, Chris. And I know that ran a time. But again when I make this point there's no threat. Yes, he will be he's going to protect his national emergency declaration, guaranteed on CNN state of the union democratic Senator Sherrod Brown. Says Trump only declared a national emergency because lawmakers refused to pay for the wall. Couldn't get the Mexicans to build the wall. He couldn't get congress to vote the money in this is in fact, the first emergency declaration like this. With that kind of construct where he got turned down by congress. And then went ahead and did it. That's why you see so many Republicans saying don't do this as coalition forces battle the remnants of ISIS in eastern, Syria. Pentagon correspondent Barbara Starr reports. There are new concerns about patera group, perhaps more than one thousand ISIS fighters have fled Syria in the last six months of fighting into the western desert and mountains of Iraq. And they may have two hundred million dollars in cash with them to finance future operation all of this comes as the US backed Syrian fighters with US assistance are struggling to take the last ISIS stronghold in Syria at the Daytona five hundred Kyle Busch is in the lead with three laps to go. The race is running overtime. After Paul Menard triggered a twenty two car accident shortly after a restart with ten laps to go. Eric alma role is back wheels. Landed on David Reagan's windshield. I'm evan. Talk radio. Seven ninety ABC news live and local at four.

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"david reagan" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"david reagan" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

"So it's amazing to worth that much. Right. I mean, I don't understand what the hell's going on. I mean, I guess I guess the properties worth a whole lot because I'm sure they own all that property, and I guess so I mean, that's probably the I hope that's the reason. I hope so too. Yeah. Because it's not Jesus. So here's a great hose. Here's craziest thing about that. Is that I was planning when I saw that story. And I put it on the the rundown. I was planning on making a joke. What I thought when I read it the first thing I thought when I read the article was oh, wow. They laid off fifty people. I bet somebody's about to get promoted. And then sure enough literally two days later mass car promote some dude so J Abia because everytime that's car f something up. They feel like they can cover it up by promoting someone and that's what they've done J Fabian has been named NASCAR monster energy Cup series, managing director. I don't know if that means they fired the last one or if they just made up a position based on us cars history. They probably just made up that position. He was previously managing director of technical integration. Which means he was in charge of the inspection process. So there you go weird, and they sent out a press release about how excited they are. And how you know Jay Fabien is going to like, you know, make things. Awesome. Again. They didn't say he was gonna make things. Awesome. Hire those people back. No. But these things happen. So I it's like every other person that like every time like there'll be like five people in the stands, whom I got we got we saw five tickets promotes people. Get him out there doing this. And so that's what they've done here. They've they've done something terrible. And then they turned around and promoted somebody to congratulate them for it. All right. What else? Do we got? Front row front row. Yes. Bring up the mood a little bit. So front row motorsports named their crew. Chiefs for two thousand nineteen drew blackened surfer. Yeah. He used to be the criteria last year for Bubba Wallace in the forty three car. He's gonna come over. And he's going to take over the thirty four. So he's going from the forty three to the thirty four conspiracy. Hopefully reversal of fortune for him, right? Right. He'll be working with Michael McDowell. That's a I mean, that's pretty good poll. Wasn't he with Ralph before that? I can't even remember where he was before. I want to say he was with the with Carla where it's oh, that's right. Carl Edwards with rouse. Yeah. Yeah. Let's see where it was. I'm looking right now. Oh, while his nickname is black. I and the thing is he says is quoting the Kapadia. Who knows he says that people call him Blick because it's just a lot easier. I would call him drew. That's just me. I don't know. Let's see Rauch racing. He worked at Carl Edwards work Mark Martin as well and Kevin Kenza. So and that's kind of interesting that he was involved with rush. Because then the next guy they announced is that might Kelly is going to be working on the number thirty sixteen with Matt tift. He comes directly from rouse racing where he was working on their extended program on the number sixty car, of course, that ain't happening this year. And he also was the crew chief for Ricky Stenhouse junior when he won both of his ex series championships. So he comes with a pretty good pedigree as well and from Roche as well. Can can only go up right now. And then David Reagan number thirty car is going to work with south Barbara the same exact guy he worked with last year. And so there you go. No know moving on the fingers there. So I I think it's good that they brought in concert for they brought in Mike Kelly to broaden guys who have experienced at a big time teams have had success before both of them. Have you know, Matt tift, I love that move. I think that's ground over it's gonna work out as well as tift wants to. But I think from front rows perspective. That's a good move. The thing the part that I don't get is David Regan. Michael McDowell man. You can't get many other people. Do you know? I can't remember. There was somebody were talking about a little while back that that didn't have a gig or was looking for a gig..

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"david reagan" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"david reagan" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

"Of course with short feels you can have shorter races. Now because I'm not a lot of people don't want to see twenty-five guys. Go around the same thing for hundred times short in the season short and the racist short in the field, and then make it count like make the if you don't perform something bad will happen to you. Yeah. It's one of those things where you have to if you're if you're gonna go full full into this. If you wanna get people engaged, this is how you do. It you go extreme. And and you know, if they cut the field and they make a salary cap. I think teams are going to be closer together is gonna create a little bit more parody. Is that even that extreme though? I don't think it's that extreme now. I I think it's extreme when you look at your cutting almost half the field. It's extreme in the quantity sense. Not the quality cents. I mean, I'm looking at drivers who started all the racist this year, right? And I go down to. I go down to. Here's Maddie tie-down. Perfect example, Todd Dillon thirty six races. He finished twenty Michael McDowell. You can throw him in this one too, many Benedetto. Bubba Wallace bit of a pass because he was a rookie in poop car after. But all three of those guys those were the three lowest scores other than Bubba. That were fulltime drivers. Michael McDowell tied Dylan Matt Benedetto between the trio of those obviously not a win no top fives. And they had one to each one had one top ten. You can throw David Ragan without as well. David Reagan thirty six races, no wins. No top one top ten. Bubba actually had three top tens. He'll all of those guys if they were the equivalent level of football player or of hockey player would they be starting professional games every week God. No. But they're starting a professional race every single week. And there's no, you know, again, you know, the go back to the so stupid stage Bs, and you know, demo you'll know who Sube leading the race at any point in time and NASCAR, oh, we wanted to be like stick and ball sports to be like regular prevent well them make it truly like professional sports because in a real professional sports sad to say sorry to say, but those guys would not be starting in any professional sport other than NASCAR because they can pay their way in or they have a sponsor who just believes in them for some bizarre reason, and nobody else in the sport. So weird situation. It really is. It really is. And you know, and you know, perfect example of how that works goes bring it awful circle again with rouse racing. Not starting in their not having xfinity team. And last year. We knew that, you know, the writing was on the wall one of the major science was the fact that Bubba Wallace who a major professional yo the Cup team was interested in the heat his xfinity team had to shutdown why. Because the sponsorship he was like fifth in the points at the time. I think you know. Yeah. I mean, those are the types of situations that NASCAR needs to be like. Whoa, dude that that looks bad promise at they don't open up there is until it's far too late. So what can you do? What can you do when you have the blind leading the blind? That's the problem. Let me look at the extent of these series here. All right. And my biggest thing is that if you wanna make every series profitable, which I think they do why wouldn't you do something like that? Like, why wouldn't you? Go ahead and and make your xfinity Justice good as your Cup series. Right. And why not be able to push that? And push this..

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