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"Thing and had a lot of those but now but listen. This is still crisis wasn't on android too slowly closed down its operations alleged. Realize i might be wrong with that. But i did kind of sounded just running the one call and they ran out of riches. They ran a cow of for little bit for pedroza. Regan's not financed him to drive a few races for petra knowing that comes from kristen dr not die and we did that so upset dead express meeting remember. I beat chris. I was tempted. He was twelve semi in bidding ramiro. Thousands lacob would have been so good if it being on the right size and the ties made a heck of a difference. In those days i was. I was pretty good in. The rain. had a really good race against your own as an australian finished seconds so in the waiver or work phone anyway and they were the foster robbie's at that point. We should have been good. Use adults looks to be honest life anyway. That was that was some. You know we just okay. Went on game racing so that you don't get any money says okay. What do i do now. And then they said okay. And then come june. I went we went to munster for the full array which i done one year before my first race of him and i was on the back of the grid. We'd play reagan. Said we trust him. As well and clan. I lost only grid terms and looks at me. When you're over the hill you've had a very few twenty eight but Clay was brilliant. Drive you to drip. Anything is going click. He may quit and he drives the car with me or against me and we document can roxy and then we went to monza and i couldn't get anywhere near the times dummy of a full and that's what me so. This is crazy the same calls on the same ties. Don't get looking though. That was at that point ferrari week jim price at that. Sit on then full. I got the option from the clown but they let trump rate and but that point edge had no future. They didn't that you know. I think i was out of that picture. And i think they could see the jackie Might come back to the and a agenda. Even chris strove that christly tune. He went and did his thing. So it was the other drive with the be omitted and seventy. I think he stayed race. Sending the whole thing fills it out until today because we went on financial contract retainers. These styles end up without managers. You know as i said so. I just had any no money being rather disappointed. The flipped away tool so did nothing but in interesting. If you look back at your you know. If i find about your your your your your sports victories and championships and it was i suppose in a funny kind of way that happening to with ferrari you then cooled to race. For ferrari in the mall and seventy having driven the private collins and spawned two thousand kilometers is not was. I think the house glavas radio. I taste spoils called so in a weird kind of way for arias. Perhaps to thank you guessing into sports cars and then we'll limo wins championships in a way. Yes said Over about silver lining. Here no but i mean basically it was jacked swat as garo tranquil shell security. Frank was shown out. It's outside of brussels. And jack i got to know during my time at ferrari chami gentleman ferrari gala. But when i didn't realize in recent years was the fact that ferrari his racing programs highly supported by these deals on. I didn't realize that laker loads of money and to keep the racing team gun because as they say. If you win on sunday you settle monday. So therefore you know the the the all naral never married other did on under the american state but there are no other support money into to ferrari covers that make him go to hell can go racing and In those states had nothing on the so and you know when he came to. Jackson is offering me that drive at spa. I mean i was staggered. I didn't really know for already. Rehana stoltze calm. And i'm the not but it wasn't even built faction built down the road anyway. Another case design being since july. Anyway i was likely to seen it and jaakko from the drive. And i did quite well. And i beat the drivers in the ferrari. Works team that you know. The red cows women yellow one and gentlemen cockroach lights in the windows. Broken and go. What else is a nightmare or race. But you know we full john and did moderately well from so i was gonna drive for jax losses at the moment. Seventy and then mr ferrari. Oc contacted said sta belonog at limo. And know jack hamilton sitcom and you drive the more. I said no about did see why he's done nothing today. I know that we had really. But i was a bit disappointed with what had happened. It for all rituals the end and So jackson you've to drive from anywhere Out to raise folder to enter in nineteen. Seventeen and i was only way to nso. I dropped into brussels John does and jack met me the apple. And he said you're gonna have to drive for show. Musset are dead lunches. Jacques and he said why and he said well. If you don't drive for so you have given me any step off tonight. So that was it so cowdrey renzo and ankle. Jack did ronald the weather. In the rate in the twenty four hour and i drove with the runny which is wonderful. We were mates together formula. Two and he was a wonderful one. Drive a soon kit to guy. And i enjoyed it very much as much as that experience walls. But wilson yelled at the moment. You know new expense. We was massive crash. Which i didn't create. That was on me that it would. It sold out during the race. But i was gone. I was around the golden away on the street kink before you come to white house which was another story but You know it was. It was wonderful. Driver ends of that. And johnny dean let the side down and then a cool. They did do many races. And then i can. Jackson has have made back to drive. Kyle me at the end of the year. But in that meantime on the coal from company for germany will bullshit combined seventeen and the rest is history but they a distant before we finish. I wanted to touch briefly on ferrari now. And you're saying that you went back to monitor in nineteen sixty nine and you gang slower than you were in nineteen sixty eight with the same call the same toys reflections of ferrari this year in formula one and it does seem to me that i don't know what it is but ferrari does have these very very big lows. We've seen him in retirement. A happens with all in one teams no can at the front forever but what at why is it with. Farrar is a political thing is that Is want to employ. Time and people in iraq Why does it keep it. Said he seemed to what that when they got rostro on various people. I that to tell me that everything's go well. Mary organiz people legend Challenge teams have never had that much of a great record four producing the best results so live ferrari did but look at the team. They had with mike alone jumps and ross role for example. And i mean i think evening the slide way i went. I mentioned drove for willie. Carlson with the alpha may achieve thirty. Three thousand nine hundred..

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Fresh update on "ferrari" discussed on Motor Sport Magazine Podcast

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01:12 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ferrari" discussed on Motor Sport Magazine Podcast

"Seventy five alpha's could do think about outcomes of the that call the g thirty three with and also delta gonna run macau's baker juice them and woody councilman genetic trauma. Let me have some cows and bits and pieces. We went off and we won eight races because it was run by jam and with the organization and the preparation having seen stage of the cars that came from doubts it to us. It was amazing. And you know we Address pescarolo mia. We run full races. And i want one of australia. Did on the obvious a year later after the of the in seventy six the council wonderful but they were run by with calcium racing and You know. I think it's it needs an injection of management and. I think i can't tell you for everything is is like these days is so many people in both but somebody it was actually ends up to the. That's a bit like trump. thanks very much. You know he you know if he's not doing his job the rest of the team conway I so i jumped. Who that is chari. You'll you'll create. Was you know it's very much polish. I always think you've is a polish minority dole more recently bentley. And it's funny. I've never thought of you. As as a ferrari man i think just because i want to go. Success came in porsches. Do you looking at the Is behind you. You obviously still have a very much softball. full ferrari. Yeah very much. It's strange. I suppose it's because when you're young you're much more influenced by by certain things and ferrari was the naming of at Trotters the name that was on my lips the My use muscles. The other one in studying always wants race for ferrari but never did much for example. I didn't him renting. Don't get me wrong. But i know i think you have ideas in your mind the way you would like to be and as i said my dream is to raise the frog it was like oh well i will be racing. Can you match. That was gump. The dream of jong. And if you saw again having seen that red ferrari on the grid of small-scale race at monza that was it was a ferrari peice that went osha. Said know so. I didn't have i couldn't get involved with it. And a met the man himself and although i'd met a doctor professor polls show maybe once he could buy. The new never knew who. I was now the porsche family now and really well wolf guy goal chevron i close friends and we spend time together and his and his family. Token contact by son sebastian. Fool the time on instagram. And whatever and close the poetry people much that private that in those in formative years. The thing which i wasn't what i was i was i was a ferrari. Post and my dream was tampa ferrari. And i have learned now. This fight was my dream to have one and But i was little. I shall have one when i was about thirty three but often. That's jokes but i thought one day would have another for our identity wise. I mean it's just one has a to it. It's not molin man. And i think the other thing even with ferrari was the sound of that be twelve was just a unique sound and i and the people say. But he didn't do much for you and he really did. And i remember. Jackie stewart's saying among ten cheryl on a couple of people said you go to ferrari a john line that he will ruin your career and it was As as i was about to ferrari because of that time rent safari back in sixty eight. I had testing aku performing along for jon cooper. I was asked by Colin chapman to up to test the indycar at silverstone. Off to jimmy. It had his excellent. And then john came up to me to drive the full lemoyne sixty eight so i guess sunday it was in demand and makes you wonder who the hell else is out there. Ause i guess. It was not racing anymore These days they have a over the list of guys leading to run and their wrap them up and say what about me they know. Get dairy bell. I guess because. I come up wealthy former three and then former to done. They're supposed to three racism than ferrari Or after their ballots basically should be sniffing out to that. It was john wa can tell people that said the ruin your career. Now i reflects on that. And i think identity did but the fact that he had a disappointing formula. One career will thank you know. Had the sixth Teason had a great stamps. Joan witch got worse as the as far as qazvin said. But you know the. I mean That ferrari period was pretty was pretty down special. I have to admit that. Always sticks in my mammy the while derek. We've we've got to leave it there but thank you so much for spang much time. I'm all the way from your sunny spots in florida. We'll hope to see you soon hopefully next year but to everyone watching and listening thank you so much enjoyed it as much as we'll see we'll say about on me some pastor the glass of lambrusco straight Thanks time we'll get something. Fedex over ready to go from the restaurant.

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"ferrari" Discussed on Motor Sport Magazine Podcast

"Different level as well. You know now if you'll looking from wolf ferrari content than you may. Well be interested in sports. Latest publication drori from race to road celebrates the journey of the world's most famous call browns. And it's unique place in my tracing history using my dispose unmatched archive of stories and fight across. We trace the ferrari story from its early days on the enzo. Right up to date with interviews with current. F- y'all charles leclerc an f one team boss been also along the way we celebrate some of the all time classic race calls including the wonderful nine hundred seventy five three one two t and races such as the talk flora. Plus we test some of the greatest rory. Reid 'cause illustrated with well-qualified two girls on wonderful writing ferrari from race to road is a must have all fans of the mall. It's on sale now in all good news agents all you can buy it for the major sport website which is my disposition dot com now steffi. We've got a lot of reader questions I will find far the minds so actually what. I've already lost fulltime. this question. sorry. Phil began alvorada. Pull murray a. What were the main differences. You found between ferrari and mclaren when driving in eighty six ninety seven respectively. Well i mean the main difference. I guess was in the way a were know the way they operate. I mean both will get into results but in a different way. Mclaren was incredibly methodical. You now and everything like even from the point you arrive there and do your seat fitting you know everything is prepared. You know everything's laid out is like a room full off stand. Twenty-one driving suits in every size the door racing shoes in every size noses just ready to go fit through fading getting a car do the same tournament often hour. You do the adjustment than the rest to taking care of Fry was mob more kind of emotional and but at the end of the day. They got the job done in both different ways. You know but Ferrari today. I think that's powder reason why it is have the charm and the mistake is all about passion you know whereas in with mclaren it was like very systematic methodical processor. Everything does that does that matter though. If you're getting results do you miss the passion and the emotion do big time. Yeah i mean it was the a big part of it. You know on it tana Driver to you know you get sucked into that. That town of environment to know on. It's definitely a big part of it. Yeah but having said that when when you when you drop some clarity you know that every every everything that's conceivably possible within their knowledge to do to make your life easier as a driver is their niche pain don so there's never any kind of limit to what you know you. Just it is just. I had to to make make a do the best you can you know so there's never any excuses not months always always says the Driving your homegrown pre would give you another sort of second a lap. Something which. I think most racing driver defined cloud to comprehend. But did you find you know driving. A ferrari in italy was similar thing that in terms of because the crimes i lived initially for a couple of years and the crowd is that support ferrari the of red and it must have been quite other daunting or wonderful thing to have corner of your eye a yeah i definitely i mean like the second race went on nearly one you know when i ran out of fuel with a love to go and never forget because when i leo for the lead i literally couldn't hear the engine of the car The roar of the crowd will so loud. That are the saudi could hear. You know which was just mind blowing experience you know so. I mean definitely lifts You in such as state of mind at that point. You know that it's like in a it's always. You could dial into that anytime when you needed you know but it was. Actually there's another question. Ed is a similar question of the full. But it's You started eighty five season in brazil. With and i'm interested how big the differences were the. You felt when you drive for the first time with ferrari was the biggest change. What was the biggest change in. How would you mock ferrari tub engine compared to the others. You drive on the hot tag porsche. A two part question. I guess the yeah. Cannon ferrari an end the tabak while i mean you know the terror obviously Said the very loss legs of it live you know because it was the only normally aspirated call left and it was incredibly on competitive. Just because of the engine. The cost of great little contretemps is super nimble car And you know quite quite well-balanced but he just had no power at all. Compared with five founded in fifty six five horsepower compared to even raised from the ferrari was probably nine fifty two thousand and up to thirteen hundred fifty nine hundred sometimes in qualifying. You know so. It was massive difference in horsepower but it also required a completely different driving stock because he really had to adapt tool that power. You know the cost didn't have a huge amount of grip. Then so you really have to you. Know especially in qualify. You had to really adapt to you know to get the most out of it. I'm thinking you. You did love the turbo era. Just because of the sheer power. That kind of yeah. I mean i think Just it was like the ultimate in like crazy race guy..

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00:44 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ferrari" discussed on Motor Sport Magazine Podcast

"Thing and had a lot of those but now but listen. This is still crisis wasn't on android too slowly closed down its operations alleged. Realize i might be wrong with that. But i did kind of sounded just running the one call and they ran out of riches. They ran a cow of for little bit for pedroza. Regan's not financed him to drive a few races for petra knowing that comes from kristen dr not die and we did that so upset dead express meeting remember. I beat chris. I was tempted. He was twelve semi in bidding ramiro. Thousands lacob would have been so good if it being on the right size and the ties made a heck of a difference. In those days i was. I was pretty good in. The rain. had a really good race against your own as an australian finished seconds so in the waiver or work phone anyway and they were the foster robbie's at that point. We should have been good. Use adults looks to be honest life anyway. That was that was some. You know we just okay. Went on game racing so that you don't get any money says okay. What do i do now. And then they said okay. And then come june. I went we went to munster for the full array which i done one year before my first race of him and i was on the back of the grid. We'd play reagan. Said we trust him. As well and clan. I lost only grid terms and looks at me. When you're over the hill you've had a very few twenty eight but Clay was brilliant. Drive you to drip. Anything is going click. He may quit and he drives the car with me or against me and we document can roxy and then we went to monza and i couldn't get anywhere near the times dummy of a full and that's what me so. This is crazy the same calls on the same ties. Don't get looking though. That was at that point ferrari week jim price at that. Sit on then full. I got the option from the clown but they let trump rate and but that point edge had no future. They didn't that you know. I think i was out of that picture. And i think they could see the jackie Might come back to the and a agenda. Even chris strove that christly tune. He went and did his thing. So it was the other drive with the be omitted and seventy. I think he stayed race. Sending the whole thing fills it out until today because we went on financial contract retainers. These styles end up without managers. You know as i said so. I just had any no money being rather disappointed. The flipped away tool so did nothing but in interesting. If you look back at your you know. If i find about your your your your your sports victories and championships and it was i suppose in a funny kind of way that happening to with ferrari you then cooled to race. For ferrari in the mall and seventy having driven the private collins and spawned two thousand kilometers is not was. I think the house glavas radio. I taste spoils called so in a weird kind of way for arias. Perhaps to thank you guessing into sports cars and then we'll limo wins championships in a way. Yes said Over about silver lining. Here no but i mean basically it was jacked swat as garo tranquil shell security. Frank was shown out. It's outside of brussels. And jack i got to know during my time at ferrari chami gentleman ferrari gala. But when i didn't realize in recent years was the fact that ferrari his racing programs highly supported by these deals on. I didn't realize that laker loads of money and to keep the racing team gun because as they say. If you win on sunday you settle monday. So therefore you know the the the all naral never married other did on under the american state but there are no other support money into to ferrari covers that make him go to hell can go racing and In those states had nothing on the so and you know when he came to. Jackson is offering me that drive at spa. I mean i was staggered. I didn't really know for already. Rehana stoltze calm. And i'm the not but it wasn't even built faction built down the road anyway. Another case design being since july. Anyway i was likely to seen it and jaakko from the drive. And i did quite well. And i beat the drivers in the ferrari. Works team that you know. The red cows women yellow one and gentlemen cockroach lights in the windows. Broken and go. What else is a nightmare or race. But you know we full john and did moderately well from so i was gonna drive for jax losses at the moment. Seventy and then mr ferrari. Oc contacted said sta belonog at limo. And know jack hamilton sitcom and you drive the more. I said no about did see why he's done nothing today. I know that we had really. But i was a bit disappointed with what had happened. It for all rituals the end and So jackson you've to drive from anywhere Out to raise folder to enter in nineteen. Seventeen and i was only way to nso. I dropped into brussels John does and jack met me the apple. And he said you're gonna have to drive for show. Musset are dead lunches. Jacques and he said why and he said well. If you don't drive for so you have given me any step off tonight. So that was it so cowdrey renzo and ankle. Jack did ronald the weather. In the rate in the twenty four hour and i drove with the runny which is wonderful. We were mates together formula. Two and he was a wonderful one. Drive a soon kit to guy. And i enjoyed it very much as much as that experience walls. But wilson yelled at the moment. You know new expense. We was massive crash. Which i didn't create. That was on me that it would. It sold out during the race. But i was gone. I was around the golden away on the street kink before you come to white house which was another story but You know it was. It was wonderful. Driver ends of that. And johnny dean let the side down and then a cool. They did do many races. And then i can. Jackson has have made back to drive. Kyle me at the end of the year. But in that meantime on the coal from company for germany will bullshit combined seventeen and the rest is history but they a distant before we finish. I wanted to touch briefly on ferrari now. And you're saying that you went back to monitor in nineteen sixty nine and you gang slower than you were in nineteen sixty eight with the same call the same toys reflections of ferrari this year in formula one and it does seem to me that i don't know what it is but ferrari does have these very very big lows. We've seen him in retirement. A happens with all in one teams no can at the front forever but what at why is it with. Farrar is a political thing is that Is want to employ. Time and people in iraq Why does it keep it. Said he seemed to what that when they got rostro on various people. I that to tell me that everything's go well. Mary organiz people legend Challenge teams have never had that much of a great record four producing the best results so live ferrari did but look at the team. They had with mike alone jumps and ross role for example. And i mean i think evening the slide way i went. I mentioned drove for willie. Carlson with the alpha may achieve thirty. Three thousand nine hundred..

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01:43 min | 2 weeks ago

"ferrari" Discussed on Motor Sport Magazine Podcast

"That how they start to change. The team is with new people and they need. They need five years due to reach. Say a situation where they were the leader of the pandemic and the rain. Well the great thing about ferrari is it. it's always number one in most motorsport fans hearts isn't it is. It is the team whether they're winning or losing. The ferrari ferrari will always be ferrari another example of my of my experience. I've spent the just a one year as you know with the ferry team. But they gave me the opportunity to work for twenty s or the dining television commentator former one because it was in that period offering driver today or when you are when you you'll become a ferrari driver you oughta for driver for for the life that's Even today is a extraordinary that the ongoing maybe arrest rounding milan or evening around the world and when there is a motorsport fan they are coming to me and they remember even if i just one year with poor performance by the every day. Remember that I was very well. What a wonderful to end on. I cannot thank you enough for spare time. It's been great talking to ucs and thank you to all of you ching and listening and i hope you enjoyed the podcast and we'll be back again soon. Thank you very much.

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00:53 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ferrari" discussed on Motor Sport Magazine Podcast

"You'll you'll free career to tell us what kind of happening at ferrari in sixty nine. You had a contract sixty nine but as you've mentioned earlier it it was just the right place at the wrong time and it also going wrong. Yes it it just it had. It just went wrong straightaway I mean i went the great thing. Was that the nobody really follows. And it doesn't matter but you know we went up into the tasman. Kristen i mentioned. Did we have the option to attention series which was full rated new england three in australia so two consecutive weekends omit was where the format shoot call but with the engine which we was actually to leads of a fatal avi six dino upset but he was in the fair road cars as well on wait way race with a one point six engine the same engines. In what have you sleep down or whatever they did and then for the tasman we ran two point three and the engine could have been a two point full but they could make it anymore. Said of the lexuses with costas had two point four engines or more 2.5 and we had two full just about two hundred. And i'm chris went off. And i never get george brown and myself. We drove down to italy in that with them and a trailer budget. Double decker traded for david fifa. I mean when you reflect. Because he wasn't ferrari mandated. But i mean these days nephew just let you borrow that train. That's gonna take two calls up and you know that those two 'cause came back to we drove it back. We got the guts of the border about a about billionaires of mobile that boulder there. On a saturday afternoon they were coming back to to go on a boat to go to new zealand Customer place and they won't come out and there's nothing that people you know. We'll probably middle of november. Not very special weather and they would come. They said we had all the papers. Connie's goodness knows what else and the the least bit interested in the cows. These for already know since you know there in bright red and then we said well. Why can't you checked through the The boss is watching the rugby game right now. When the game's over here via awaits the guy. Trump's out you know says yeah. Thank time by banks. Thanks every we go. And that was it and i think if i might say i. I didn't drive back in the truck driving my car and drove it back. You know took it up to the ducks on the river. Ten on the thames thames. Yesterday they shipped it out from that with been you know a just on the trailer and longbow rocks and then coast chrysanthemums guys picked it up and that was it we. We started racing. We have these wonderful Mozelle with we've million just join team rotate. And then there's courage that with frank williams and then this and i the ferrari and that was frank gallon of air in children and numerous oversee. You know Amusing drives the Much better than it was just a wonderful wonderful series. I got to know the guys really. Well i- galkin is and graham ankles frank ogden. But he didn't spend hours time with this because it was sort of his own area but we did have silenced. On colorado's second-to-none. We play squash and tennis swimming water skiing at night. We say on this lincoln. I mean it was absolutely magnificent. And i i feel sad so the guys today. They don't have time to pick. That knows for their own. So the next simulate for whatever it is to do what they do but because they love doing the only way they can do it the way they now so it's negative lakes your mind stop but we were lucky to have such magnificent times so i had some good results i actually in levin in my heats but i was thinking you let me win and then i gave a big pushed him locks sunup. Some somebody sent me some footage from those races the other day black lemoyne. I couldn't believe you can already see it. But it's really bad definition but this may ferrari christopher are not east not And it was amazing to see west often. See the safety or of it. I mean it was a wonderful wonderful series. Now i'm in a way. The tasman series was a sort of high point of view ferrari formula one career because at once you came back from that it was quite parents. The things one old have rights in the state that democracy over they didn't they. I mean we didn't know what that was. I never lived in city and those days. Chris lift in modern. I know jackie exceed gone off somewhere else that sixty nine but no none of christianity one and reflection now look back at by the flat. Five six years as i should have lived in. They couldn't because my wedding sewer and the fact that views out should have a son who was having some excuse she had been in january february and So there's no way that i could have lived. Initially at my marriage would be over if i had. But then you shouldn't get married if you're going to be a racing driver. Have to live in the or anywhere in world but lacerated Drivers congregated around in the hub of of racing. So that on ads do what they to do. What a stupid idea. Immediately in england an the plane every time for our wants to go testing the happily happily doing inevitable trout budgets. I mean i mean. I got two hundred and fifty pounds or forty two ace in five hundred pound girl. Pre dental one. I got for them all table in forty five and it was still quite good. Money was like comparison today. You call related to today. Bet we as. I said we never did it for money. But you know that set-back that year sixty nine seventy was something that we didn't expect. The ferrari would not have done something more specific about racing and it was strange because the next year cool stay had that Formula change but semi. Everybody had the flat twelve and that sort of.

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02:46 min | 2 weeks ago

"ferrari" Discussed on Motor Sport Magazine Podcast

"Let's say. I think that mr ferrari thought was always updated about the situation not being completely in. Let's say running. The team probably at the circuit was making in debt. A big difference because a technology the telemetry was starting to be voting from computers. And so on. But i don't know much obviously. The daughter was ready to to understand all this but for sure when until the last day was a giving his input and is idea always decision to to the team. I remember very well that the when arriving from juanita nineteen eighty-seven and before it six eighty five with auto makita was already driving for ferrari. And the i remember. He spent five years in infrared thing. Remember very well. How much was the pressure on. End the ferrari team from from the diane place but also remember very well. How much Sorority was a defending. The position of michaela. Actually defending his work. And this could actually happen. Because ferrari was there and michaela was his choice. Basically and so and the thing that after the death of nova the commendatore in nineteen eighty eight. The again the mixture between the power of fear in torino. Maranello modena with the with the team. The car that the indexed nine thousand nine hundred ninety three. I remember very well. Also are many cars normal. Cars ferrari had parked outside the the factory waiting for for for an owner. Because they couldn't sell cass because the cars were were not so appreciated now missouri so also that we have to understand that also in that. We had all that problem with the the cut. It was a relief through the to sell so all. The situation was in indiana critical relationship between torino in modern..

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Fresh update on "ferrari" discussed on Motor Sport Magazine Podcast

Motor Sport Magazine Podcast

01:05 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ferrari" discussed on Motor Sport Magazine Podcast

"Don't practice everything they want. Note seven billion ended up having competency together with my stepfather biscuits under fire and everything is lovely and then we were chatting with longtime remember saying jimmy. I said so. He said i said. How'd you get on today. So we said he said i was seventh-quickest to said really he said where do youth is an obvious folds and i had the heck amac quicker than him as jimmy clung. I need any looked at me. And he said no we will miss them and he said so when you come on meet tomorrow. Don't get to to let me. He said don't get too close and that was so we had Lomo chats and that sort of thing and then they grams we said. We're going to dinner with the organizers and offer the somewhere and they said you know we'll give we'll take you in in the morning so the next lonely. The macario is both george brown. And taking it to the track. And jimmy's car ghana's well he does ron harris allergists than in formula. Too and So you know. I jumped in that congress the They dropped me off at my truck on that was in mendham degree. I've got this amazing photographs that i suddenly found online and on the front rows code our on po facing on the second round here and then it was jimmy. It's the most amazing show. You conceal trayvon helmets. The fest on the false and sentence driver you know and you know the stadiums people in town ekos in his head. Whatever problem it was. He disappeared off the road that long. Fausto medical the jim clark now i mean to go from kind of what one great to another. It's the reason why i to talk about this formula two season because it really only did a few races before getting coal from ferrari and this is full years from doing fest race at goodwood winning that i mean it must have. Did you believe it. When you've got the goal the levee to say firstly I dreamt something in formula one. I face wielded. I mean every drive certain. European rival american slightly different. I think but as certainly want to get into formula one and my dream is to be just a formula one race just the race for one cup and Not imagining dream never was to go to ferrari will get who'd my dream be. I mean drawer was so far out there. That i never though- may have me. You know i mean you think about the people of a at at over the years and so on and then out of the blue is cool from keith valley south of shell saying you know mr. Frankly wanted me to go for a drug test. But they were coming out with other crystal palace to events which i think was in june mid mid Again not competitive ibook cats and and so we'd like you to test off the crystal palace at goodwood. Can you believe in cool sign. You would not that well known Seven and one man was wonderful. Street racer Tested full mccaw. So i knew it really well and they said that jackie except driving into crystal. Palace's weekend therefore you know we go take off the race schools. I finished the race in jackie. Rach what had damaged and he finished L. bells just as normal. You know he's not going to get the drive in the right cost so the they said we'll coating sometime little asset Again i didn't exactly shine necessarily for policy with a now i look back i read. I say what she'll drives everywhere they study. How you did it like they do soup football tennis players. They study form. Oc might form is modestly. Good and then a few that august about two weeks later. I go to cool from keith out. Saying would i go out as a motza so that sounds got going but some that bit it would. The dream was never beyond operation. I think you went to meet. Enzo he off to lunch with him was not the full of test. I'm sorry yeah sought with at. I did the test. What day of the week. Probably went or wednesday flew out when they went to the monzer on gracefulness. Ray during those idiots look sharia raises and Dumb or three races will sit shootings in the days when the remmy five coolness mattis and And you had to have the fastest car. And i did. The tests were back. There were doesn't drives that. I was the only english and I always think ferrari wanted me to him because he didn't stick any other english. That still push me to make me go quicker. Who's like i just want to see that he doesn't screw up identity Show i did my tests and they said okay thanks mister baileys driving senior really so that night said he said trump drive down so maranello stay wet. You mentioned modern instead of the ralph tell and it was just the most amazing feeling barrow ause in the middle in the heart of ferrari. Amaya disguise just tested for ferrari. I mean i couldn't get excited anybody for myself. God goddamn kenny i. Can you believe this. And so i did a lot on my own and doubts on a glass of wine and i was driving the next day and i had some. I had some Power at rail hotel and start with evidence that is the. That's the meal of choice for me. It's is amiss beautifully so soft tender pasta anyway electorates to that And then the next day they. I went out to the factory and i taking around by this. Young man is like we've vacuous. I didn't took me around. I wasn't got saying it was the head Shown around and way it will keep but there was nobody there. It's not working..

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Barn Finds (MM #3504)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Barn Finds (MM #3504)

"The Maisonette with Kevin Nation. I've always loved automobiles if I had my druthers if I had the money if I could be wasteful I'd have eight or ten or Twenty of them off at all have to be like expensive cars like Ferraris and Maseratis or things like that just be different and unique and fun and cars that fit my mood but one thing I find fascinating whether it's in magazines back in the day or now on the Internet or what they call barn fire and that usually where they go out in the middle of nowhere and go into some guys barn or they find some car that was once very nice and once collectible just rotting away. A lot of times now their muscle cars found an old barn somewhere and they could be anywhere from the hills of Pennsylvania Wage too. Well, I know garages in New York City twelve stories underground. It's fascinating to see them just tons of dirt and total disrepair coming out and we'll already being worth hundreds of thousands of dollars in some categories. A lot of times these barn finds a big deal. I've Got a Car in my garage. I only drive a few thousand miles a year if that much anymore. It's not like it's going to be in a barn. I just can't imagine sitting something in a barn and leaving it there to rot. It's fun to watch online. It keeps me fascinated. It still just makes me shake my head.

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Fresh update on "ferrari" discussed on Motor Sport Magazine Podcast

Motor Sport Magazine Podcast

01:07 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ferrari" discussed on Motor Sport Magazine Podcast

"And today. We have an absolute treat for you. Another episode in all driving full ferrari series. We've got derek bell joining us from sunny florida. Derek thank you so much for joining us from from across the pond. It's a pleasure to delight to joke to you. Derek needs no introduction five time winner three time daytona twenty hours and two well drivers championships to his name. Wiggin a focus on freud's and ready with a fascinating baking back your career. How quickly things happen for you. Stop because if we have annoyingly. Phosphor paused formula three g. o. f. to move i'm on writing thinking that it was this time. The colonel you'll stepfather. I'm not paying for this anymore. You've got to do so you you write a lot of land. Didn't get to. Yeah that's right. Well it. When i look back at the time you're gonna take a long time to get off into formula two and formula one and then you reflect on it now. Anything limit that was sixty fifty eight years ago something or whatever it was and we actually got remarkably quick. I mean one year with the low to seven and then tune off is really with two seasons. I didn't races and full free. And then suddenly you know i got my you know option. No options the option is options to perform to robbie widows from up in. Sorry it'd been with me and generally speaking. I used to be informed three but he went on up into a formula to and so how he was doing really quite well not if he can do quite well enough to. I could do even better. So it. encouraged me to move out of three and i remember geico. Roy would informed three like four years old trade for years and he was the best. He was lightning-quick. Speed and jonathan williams. You know You know his is his courage. I mean so many people that were good but that rule the year of an experience too and lots are cutting to two so i spent my stepfather and he said well better drawn rayson. No london and sponsorship was just starting at that time. Jimmy clark if you recollect had that thinks in sixty seven on it for the doctrine pre on his still go lovely inlet and so i remember i believe he's a less threat will just ride this as people throw the money at end up had got one of the lessons by peeling lettuce the money but at the strangest thing was i didn't really many replies a toll all i got one one back i got one back from avis and in those one of these buttons. You put on your jackets and his says we try harder. That was that was that was all. I got to get into my tracing financially as so the cuddle my stepfather. He said he succumbed. We gotta do. They said i bless his heart he he did think i could be quite useful is had never had any confidence. That was good enough. I just wanted to do it. Some felt really fun and so we actually went to. The bank wins the national bank engulfed in west branch at ever. The batman is yes. You know Will you ten thousand pounds so they loaded us to ten thousand bitches. I mean the l nine never got into the into the red he net the whole is life. he was one of the us a colman-schwimmer and he completely said no way to to getting in debt. So we borrowed ten thousand that we have a six hundred acre fall. But i'm without secure and that was it by went out and we put an this time. I realized having lurched Year informed three and the braga every driver needed because it drove itself for you really and So we went and put a deposit down on brabham while he was a compliment. The damn chassis. Bt twenty three. I think we put. We put the deposit down mass of thousand pounds. When we put the deposit down on a on on to closer engines to an offer each and then and then after that be before the buzzer down older them and everything and george brown mechanic me had some around bulb. He went and he works at a problem. Assembly on comes on chassis. Numbers real something. So he told about saying did it really properly. We said you know we've got a racist thing. You need some Constructed and he was a bloody good mechanic. Ucf dt lezo before at a local and ordered a concert engine in fact sued and and then of course we had the we both to full transit and and a trailer on. That was what we are going to get. Racing unloaded spag is and bits and pieces. So there's a lot of stuff for ten thousand pounds isn't it. I mean it was unbelievable. I think about it. We got the car like i think. Ten zero got his contest. Jackie stewart's laterally jackie champion. I think ready to that point and we go out like second. Thousand girls post-race mention. I haven't got my book. I shouldn't stupid. I didn't prepare for this question But i am. I thought my first race was at trucks. In fact i went to hockenheim. I finished third day. Johnnie finish third of his life. I thought that was a bit late and that was a bit late yet by yet but the down to the very beginning i remember i finished said socks in any way on a mighty being needs to attend and i remember I've i've sort of finished. I think to jump belts laws. And y'all can wrench and so that was so the leading non graded driver in fact because they had graded rating certain gave us form. Jus justice jump Which was fantastic in the as formative drivers drivers on their way they feel vulnerable to you can actually race against whilst the best in the world and jimmy clark jesse shoots and that jack rhavam in that it'll come down to a level because they love racing in four regions a wonderful sokaia so i had some pretty damn good results and then sadly went off of that tragic day to hockenheim and to do the full to raise their in costa tragic story jimmy club dying though sort of put the Sean quite largely because everybody kept send my sandy kept saying what infringe in. When you're gonna get yourself a decent job lawyer laura priest or something you know go to get you going to have some responsible to do neela stopping at playboy interested. Be a real shock that we can because you very much the new guy and i think you didn't with graham and jim clock dot the night before and you on or of these to you know these guys were at the top of their game and a one. Yeah i guess when you know when you're that young and you're coming into the sport you're quite impressionable gym in the morning and most a tough thing to raise through. Well i mean elaborate Never met jimmy. But i had met graham and You know there was in the looks of otello fair star on the edge of the ryan there and they will kendall in marketing rain all down the saturday..

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Barn Finds (MM #3504)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Barn Finds (MM #3504)

"The Maisonette with Kevin Nation. I've always loved automobiles if I had my druthers if I had the money if I could be wasteful I'd have eight or ten or Twenty of them off at all have to be like expensive cars like Ferraris and Maseratis or things like that just be different and unique and fun and cars that fit my mood but one thing I find fascinating whether it's in magazines back in the day or now on the Internet or what they call barn fire and that usually where they go out in the middle of nowhere and go into some guys barn or they find some car that was once very nice and once collectible just rotting away. A lot of times now their muscle cars found an old barn somewhere and they could be anywhere from the hills of Pennsylvania Wage too. Well, I know garages in New York City twelve stories underground. It's fascinating to see them just tons of dirt and total disrepair coming out and we'll already being worth hundreds of thousands of dollars in some categories. A lot of times these barn finds a big deal. I've Got a Car in my garage. I only drive a few thousand miles a year if that much anymore. It's not like it's going to be in a barn. I just can't imagine sitting something in a barn and leaving it there to rot. It's fun to watch online. It keeps me fascinated. It still just makes me shake my head.

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How to Find Meaningful Work with Shawn Askinosie

The EntreLeadership Podcast

06:09 min | Last month

How to Find Meaningful Work with Shawn Askinosie

"This is the entreleadership podcast where we help business leaders, themselves, their teams, and the Prophets I'm your host Daniel Tardy today. My guest is Sean, Eskenazi founder and CEO of Ashkenazi Chocolate. Chocolate company. This one's going to be hey, Shawn's been there. He asked himself why don't I love my job anymore? Before he got into chocolate he was doing something he was really really good at, but he wasn't fulfilled and he hit a point where he knew he had to change. So today he's got a chocolate company, but his passion, his passion started out. Practicing Law. Yeah I was practicing law. I always wanted to be a lawyer. I, wanted to be in the courtroom and I wanted to work specifically in Criminal Law. And that's what I. Did I did it for twenty years and specialize in really serious cases felonies, murder robbery, rape, tax fraud bank fraud I absolutely loved it didn't feel like work to me and one day in the middle of not in the middle of near the end of a murder trial as I reflect back I I know that sort of a pivotal point for me talking with a client in the anteroom outside the courtroom before closing arguments and really pivotal for me, and then you know couple of years later, I'm in the courtroom on a very routine matter just super i. mean there was no contention at all my chest art hurting and. Like you said, you know I I thought it was I didn't know if I was having a heart attack or what but I did go to the hospital and my doctor said I was fine and that I needed to see a psychologist and I did thankfully and ended up taking the pro for five years or so and and really trying to address this issue of what's going. On what is happening because I don't love my job anymore and I'm sure many of your listeners can relate to this idea of weight. This is what I wanted to do and I've done it for a long time. Now I don't love it anymore because I feel it. I I I can sense it in my mind body and spirit it wasn't that I fell out of love with. Working on justice and defending people who are accused of crime. It was just the whole package just didn't fit with me anymore. But. The problem is that I didn't know what else to do. I had a political science degree I didn't want to run for office and So I had no other skills. So I just did what lawyers do I started researching and reading and and thinking that the research and reading and talking and uncovering every stone that I could that that that I would find the answer of what's next. I, I just couldn't do it. So I was literally searching in the darkness for about five years. before landed on chocolate and I was still practicing still trying cases still doing a good job but you know I, as I reflect back on it I I would not have minded if the process wouldn't have taken five years but I I don't regret don't regret that that sort of circuitous. Sometimes really. Challenging Path. I'm curious at that point when you went to the hospital thinking, you're having a heart attack of I've had the same experience and I wasn't having a heart attack. They said it's stress and I said, I don't feel stressed I'm fine and it turns out I was stressed and ended up learning about anxiety attacks and how those can caused these pains in your body that feel like really intense and can feel like a heart attack I also did the LEX thing for a little bit. In my experience I, I'm very type A. I gather that you're also Taipei. I really tried for season to power through that I didn't want that to be true of me that I needed to acknowledge that I was over committed or over stressed or that I had some work to do in this psychological space to figure out why my body was doing this. Did you try to power through? Did you get curious really quick? How did you respond to that? The first thing I did was This is like right at the end of that murder trial I thought Gosh what is happening? So the first thing I did which is what a lot of people do is I bought a convertible Mercedes. And or maybe not a Mercedes people by Ferrari's and other stuff I can only afford a Mercedes. So I I was like this will do it. Surely feel better by in this thing and. That lasted for about four months and and I sold it and. That was my first kind of awareness. You know response was to buy a car and so I didn't have a didn't have A. Amount of self awareness at that point but I but I did have enough to know that something was wrong and so I didn't stop there and continued to explore what what is happening. Why am I? Feeling anxiety why am I sensing it? Why am I no longer passionate about this job and? So, all the while trying to Fi-, am I gonNa Buy Business am I going to start a business? Might what praying about this? I prayed about it every day very simple prayer. Dear God please give me something else to do and and and I did that for like I said almost five years and so what happened is, yes, I did try to power through it at first I thought well, maybe it's criminal law and I started to do take on some civil cases and Still, in the courtroom but that didn't, it wasn't happening for me and I, it was okay. But I needed to I needed to fill almost in my whole body a sense of inspiration about the work that I was doing and it wasn't happening is so as I tried to power through it in my law career I I just was I felt like I was just reaching a dead end and. That was, I think really the low point for me when I when I felt like that it wasn't going to happen that I wasn't going to feel this kind of inspiration again, and that's when I. Sort of just stumbled into this volunteer job at the at the hospital.

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Unpacking Palantirs Public Debut: CEO Alex Karp

Squawk Pod

19:51 min | 2 months ago

Unpacking Palantirs Public Debut: CEO Alex Karp

"This is squawk pod I'm CNBC producer Katie Kramer today on our podcast. unpacking Pailin, tear the high profile highly secretive software company has operated quietly for seventeen years and it's finally on the public markets. And -ticipant I I think for maybe the past ten years CEO Elon on why it it took. So long my lawyers will shoot me what I can tell you is we are very very focused on building software a longtime before other people building and how he expects to become profitable with a small, but mighty and mighty controversial of customers. Well, how can you have the Super Valuable Company? They're only a hundred and twenty-five customers to which I respond. Yeah. But one, hundred, twenty, five most. Interesting institutions in the world I would ask people who are watching this to make a list of the institutions they admire in the world, and then roughly figure out if they're using pounder that interview plus the politics behind listing journalist Joanne Lipman fits a company that is very, very closely aligned with the trump administration. There's a huge question here about what happens if trump does not win the presidency it's Thursday October first October twenty twenty the year is still twenty twenty squawk pot begins right now. Good morning and welcome the squawk box right here on CNBC. I'm Andrew Ross Sorkin along with Joe Kernan Becky off today. Today on the PODCAST volunteer goes public analytics company that is usually described as secretive debuted yesterday the direct listening selling new shares on the New York Stock Exchange covered live on CNBC how tears for trading why secretive well here is named after magical orb and Lord of the Rings. But in seventeen year history, it hadn't made much public volunteer received early funding from the venture arm of the CIA and provide software products designed to crunch numbers. One of these programs is called Gotham and it's for government clients. Who Need to organize an understand massive amounts of data. So surveillance predictive policing, possibly rooting out potential terrorism threats, Pailin tear works with US Army Navy Department of Homeland Security and it's working with health and human services to help track the spread of Corona virus case data that we just recorded. We can immediately narrow into emerging hotspot counties, notable backers of talent tear include investor, and Co founder Peter Thiel who has gotten attention for his conservative politics and support of president trump in the two thousand, sixteen campaign. Evening. I'm Peter Thiel I'm not a politician, but neither is donald trump as well as his work technology companies. He was facebook's first big investor other pollen tear backers include wall streeters like Hanlon and Stanley Druckenmiller when talent tear filed paperwork with the SEC to pursue publising listing earlier this year it's called the swan event is finally got a sense of the books turns out pollen tear had never turned a profit and. A, huge chunk of its revenue came from its three biggest clients which are anonymous in the first six months of twenty twenty. It's revenue of nearly half a billion dollars a big jump from the year before this was addressed by pollen tear CEO, Alex Carp investor roadshow, which true to carbs personality, and true to the weirdness of twenty twenty was virtual and started on cross country skis. Welcome to Powell, tears investor day. We're very proud to have you here. Carp is an Orthodox for a CEO. He has amazing curly hair. He uses the modifier super allot super cool and speaking to potential investors. He made the pitch for the importance of Pailin tears purpose. This way of looking at the world war literally savior situation and in many cases Save Your Life Allen to has moved beyond. Just government clients fifty-three percent of its customers are in the private sector big name businesses who use a software program called foundry include Airbus Merck Ferrari and United Airlines but it's work for governments here and others around the world stuck to its reputation allentown faced criticism from privacy groups and for its work with the US Customs and border. Patrol. Tracking immigrants at the border. But Carp in the company not backed off in. That s one filing the leader of this highly valuable tech uniform said, Pailin tears work is different in his view software missions to keep safe may have become controversial but companies built on advertising dollars are commonplace and carp took aim at big tech culture directly writing quote our company was founded in Silicon Valley. But we seem to share fewer and fewer of the technology sectors, values and commitments. Helen tear moved its corporate headquarters to Denver and its shares headed to Wall Street. If you think, we are going to change our internal culture drastically if you think we're going to work with regimes that are not allied with the US enter abusing human rights if you think. that. That the future is going to be a super rosie place where the past ways of supplying software are going to work because enterprises and governments do not need to be reformed you should not invest in pounder. Andrew. Ross Sorkin has interviewed Alex Carpet number of times. This conversation was reported Wednesday yesterday right after the first trade for here on the New York. Stock Exchange. We've had lots of conversations over the years. This has been probably one of the most highly anticipated offerings or listings in a very long time. Almost every year that we would talk in Davos I would invariably ask you are you going to go public? Are you gonNA list and invariably you wouldn't. So let's start with why now? Well, first of all, thank you for having me and I and I really would like to thank all the pound tyrians who stuck with us and built this company and our investors you're stuck with us and you know over the years we've been skeptical about listing and for lots of reasons, we really needed to build our products. With enough protection so that we would be ready to launch them into the public space. And we built we built out PG government and foundry product and and built a way to maintain them so that we wouldn't have to scale the number of people and. You know we've reached a base where where our company's very significant and we believe being in the public space will help us with our clients and help us grow and quite frankly I believe the people apparently who built this company over seventeen years. Deserved a access to liquidity. So we we decided this would be great time for us and so far. It's been a really interesting process and and our clients are embracing it. So it's a really good time for us and I'm very, very grateful. Outlets. The single biggest question that investors ask about this company is seventeen years in while you know may have an operating profit, the company unto itself is still not profitable. So so walk us through what the path to profitability looks like. Well, you know we build these products years before people build them, and that takes money and what you see in the cove it pandemic crisis is we had built this way of going to market with foundry, which would allow us to literally supply an enterprise with a completely new stack of products within six hours and maintain them. And what you saw when we did that is we grew the company forty, nine, percent, forty, nine percent off of a seven, forty, three base and the divergence between expenses and in growth is dramatic. And we're just going to be very very focused on on an invigorating, our software offering. But when you're growing forty-nine percent off of a seven forty base. I think that's a pretty strong indication of what the future could hold and we're super proud of that and I think you're seeing that people are taking a look at our financials and our our company is often been used viewed as complex and. Needing explanation both moral and financial but it turns out our financials are quite simple and you look at this dramatic growth with flat lining expenses and I think that gives investors comfort and it certainly makes me feel as. Co Founder and CEO that we made the right decision to invest heavily over well over a decade in building software, the way other people don't to build it and you see the results do you think the profitability is at twenty twenty, two, proposition twenty, twenty, three proposition can I put you on that? Well, you you can push me but of course, my lawyers will shoot me I can tell you what I can tell you is we are very very focused on building software a time before other people building, supplying it and I think that are year I. First Half of the year growth will be reflective of the future and if I'm right. That will answer all of your interesting questions and we'll be interviewing. You'll be interviewing me again maybe not a Davos but virtually, and we'll see how we do. Confident confident we'll do well. Alex, one of the other questions people ask is how to comp your company meaning what are the comparable should this be considered a technology company as SAS company or should this could be considered a much more traditional consulting company? Can you speak to that? Well I think what the investors are seeing is they're asking the question at this point they used to ask is this is this a company that built software for the government and how do they build it? Of course we always sold this as a license. Then they saw our margins of the first half of the year round eighty percent. So I think the real debate now is. Move significantly away from is this software services because although people think we're very smart, we're not smart enough to get eighty percent margins off of a services company. The question then is, how do you comp it and honestly I think that's something investors will have to figure out. We're not focused on that we're focused on we are going to be the most important software company in the world. And people will figure out what valued over a long period of time and we're very comfortable with investors toying around it could be like this. It could be like that. We are going to deliver the best software. With the morals most efficient way of delivering it investors will decide what's that. What's that were is worth to them and I think you'll find a number of years that will be a consensus. Palette. Here is a truly special software company that is arguably the most important software company in the world. Alex has everybody knows You have contracts with various government agencies, obviously and some of the bluest of the blue chip companies in America today, but it's a concentrated list of about one hundred and twenty-five companies. About Twenty eight percent of the revenue actually comes from three of those clients unto themselves. Two thirds of the revenue comes from the top twenty. How much of a risk does that pose on one side but also when you think about the opportunity on the other, if we're having a conversation like this in in twelve or twenty, four months, how much do you want that list to increase in size or do you just want to keep that group effectively and a effectively raise the margin or cost for those clients? And grow that business. Well, we want to do all the we're going to do all of the above. So interesting about our client list people people ask, well, how can you have the super? Valuable Company they're only one hundred and twenty-five customers to which I respond but one hundred and twenty-five most interesting institutions in the world. These aren't just any institutions. The literally, I would ask people who are watching this to make. A list of the institutions they admire in the world and then roughly figure out if they're using, we don't go out and advertise our product, but I would say the list of our clients is the single most impressive institutions in the world I've ever seen we. So we want to keep these clients. Also investors will of noticing in the one that well over ninety percent of our growth in the first half of the. Year came from our existing clients. What does that mean our existing clients? The most important clients in the world are really happy that's what it means. So of course, we're going to expand those really happy clients who happen to be the coolest people on the planet, and then we've built this product which has gotten very little attention called Apollo Apollo allows us to maintain and deliver software to any number of clients with essentially. Not growing our our force apparent and force at all. So we're planning now that we have Apollo to grow the number of super cool customers all over the world, and we can do it without raising our headcount, and so what you're going to see is we're going to continue building with our clients why they're the most interesting clients in the world and they clearly based on our numbers like us and some of us. We are going to expand our client base. Why? Because now with Apollo, we can deliver the whole stack in six hours. I don't think any other company I've ever seen in the world can do that, and we can do with efficiencies that I don't know any other companies going to do because we can do this with a small number of people sitting in our office that we have maintaining, updating and providing them with new products we built. So they don't have the Frankenstein monster that takes two years to build and has to be maintained with either human hours like in the government contracting case or by purchasing new product or compensating sales people or behind. It people you don't even talking to you can actually buy one stack. So we are going to increase revenue with current customers, get new customers and continue our march. Alex how easier heart is because I know you've talked about trying to keep things in in terms of the platform if you will how he's your heart it for four clients to leave in terms of the churn. Well, as I mentioned, ninety, five percent of our revenue comes from existing customers. So customers, obviously if a customer wants to leave they, can I think the main reason our customers stay besides the fact that the output is very significant as they look at this product, we supply foundry the average customers paying less than six million dollars and they compare it to buying twenty products paying ongoing licensing. Fees. You can't get out of or building something over years, and the last thing they compare it to is we're not delivering a roadmap. Most people are living roadmap of what are you going to get in a year we're delivering a product after six hours so customers can leave. But what you see in the numbers is they by and large don't, and it's not because of my charming personality. Alex well, let me ask you a different question. We've had lots of fascinating geopolitical and philosophical questions about the role of technology and Pailin tear itself as well as the approaches silicon valley has taken. I'm curious in terms of risks how you think about this Amnesty International as you know, criticized, the company recently for its role of working with ice. How much of that does that pose a risk to the larger business? Especially, the corporate business at a time when we have corporations at taking both political positions and also being oftentimes being socially at activist. To Your Business Well, look the fact that we take positions that are sometimes controversial can cost. US clients. But it also gets us. Clients because when we talked to a client and we say look we're going to work with you. We're not gonNA walk away just because the winds change and this is super important especially to our government clients if you're supplying special forces and army and the US, those clients have to know that they will not be left on the battlefield. Because a because Silicon Valley has decided they don't like the warfighter. So of course that costs revenue many of our decisions of cost US revenue we only work in certain countries we've walked away from work because if human rights issues we've said, we disagree with very prominent human rights organizations and we engage in dialogue but also by the way is a reason why I Think people who are watching this may consider investing or not investing. We are not going to stand up here and say we're for everybody we're not going to pretend, and by the way we're going to try avoid jargon. We will actually tell you what we think it's not going to be created by fifty media people it may have to be carried by a couple. Of Lawyers but one of the unique things about power tears, we actually say things and we actually stick to them and that's something not everyone likes but many of our customers do and by the way I think it is a reason why ninety five percent of our revenue comes from customers because when we tell them, we're going to deliver we are going to deliver. Alex. One of the other questions now you all republic company. But as you know, you have three tiers of stock classes of shares that is and to some degree there have been critics who said, this is effectively a private company masquerading as a public company. Can you speak to the decision to structure the shares the way that they are structured and how governance experts and folks should think about that I think it's important for government experts to look and make an deliver opinion but I would also ask them to consider the environment we live in pound tear has been in silicon valley up till recently for seventeen years and in silicon. Valley. Defending the. warfighter providing our troops with technology that allowed them to come home is very controversial. I do not believe a company like ours that makes really consequential decisions for government clients and non-government clients could be run without an F. share structure and I understand there's criticisms investors look and say, well, why should talent you're having F. structure? What is my? What is my what? What can I do if? I don't agree with them. The primary reason why we fought for an structure and we asked investors to buy into it was we need to be able to go to our especially our Intel and defense clients and say, we will not just blow with the wind. And does shares for a company like ours gives us a unique ability to have long-term commitments to the most important clients in the world, both commercial and government, and that's why I believe they're super important, and I also again would encourage people if that's not something you're comfortable with there are many shares to buy. We don't have to buy challenge your shares. You should buy shares knowing that these shares reflect our views. Alex we've often had these conversations in Davos where globalization has ruled the roost but as you know so well, the world seems to be shifting to a globalized world, a splinter net if you will. How do you think long term that will affect the business of here We made this decision, which is actually a secret only because no one believes it's true which is that we didn't solve the problem of fighting terrorism. We solve the problem of doing data protection and fighting terrorism, and the architecture we built both PG and for foundry will allow a super set to work with subsets, which means if the world's splinters and every country has its own jurisdictions, it's GonNa be very hard for normal software companies because they're not built to do that but it's going to be very good for Palette here and finally Alex. Decision five years from now today. How would you measure success? Here, what would be the metrics which measure it? We know they're there obviously financial metrics but I'll tell you Powell cheer has recruited and retained I believe the most interesting most talented most ethical people I've ever met and we work I've interacted with thousands of institutions and in five years when meet I think he'll say to me. Wow, that wasn't just you saying that because it was the right thing to say it's actually true. And the products that will build over that period we'll we'll. We'll be unique and they will tilt the course of history. In favor of things that are good and noble. And will not avoid the complexity that's necessary to do that outlets. Carpool. You lots of luck and we do look forward to having that conversation hopefully in five years. But hopefully sooner than that. Thanks so much Alex.

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Rapper Lil Yachty arrested for driving 150 mph in Ferrari

WBBM Early Afternoon News

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Rapper Lil Yachty arrested for driving 150 mph in Ferrari

"Damn it, And they're look that is rapper Lil Yanni arrested last week by police who said he was driving more than 150 miles an hour on a highway in Atlanta. Georgia State patrol reports the 23 year old whose real name is Miles McCollum, was behind the wheel of a Ferrari when he was pulled over. An officer had spotted the car weaving in and out of traffic at a high speed on an interstate near the city's downtown area. He's out on bond after being charged with reckless driving and speeding.

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Rapper Lil Yachty arrested after driving over 150 mph on Atlanta highway, police say

WBBM Morning News

00:27 sec | 2 months ago

Rapper Lil Yachty arrested after driving over 150 mph on Atlanta highway, police say

"Damn it, And they're look crapper. Loew. Yadi was arrested last week by police and say he was driving with 150 Miles an hour on a highway in Atlanta. Georgia State Patrol reports the 23 year old whose name is Miles McCollum, was behind the wheel of a Ferrari when it was pulled over, the officer spotted the car weaving in and out of traffic at high speed Interstate there the city's downtown area. He's out on bond after being charged with reckless driving and speeding

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Wayne Carini from 'Chasing Classic Cars' and F40 Motorsports

Cars That Matter

04:05 min | 3 months ago

Wayne Carini from 'Chasing Classic Cars' and F40 Motorsports

"This is Robert Ross with another episode of cars that matter and today my guest is Wayne Carini who everybody knows Wayne Wayne's the host of chasing classic cars and incredibly Popular Program about finding gyms in the rough Wayne's also owner of f Forty Motor Sports Portland Connecticut I'm going to call that as day job and what a job it is Wayne Welcome to the program during us to be with. Obviously we're talking coast to coast I'm here in Los Angeles, and you're on the eastern side of the US and were doing this by way of Zoom. So it's not in the studio, but it allows some long distance conversation really in much the same way that you probably deal with. So many of the collectors nowadays things have certainly changed for all of us in the way that we communicate and weighed. The options are being held virtual car shows everything's changed slightly only. It's just for short periods. We'll talk about some of those things both the short-term effects maybe some of the long term positive benefits that come from this, it's hard to imagine there are any, but they're actually might be but instead of going forward in time, let's go back in time for a second. Let me just ask you the obvious. Question a lifetime love affair with cars, full classics, postwar sports, and racing cars, and probably even some modern collectibles. How did this car fixation begin when I was born into it? My father was founder the model a restorers club America back in nineteen fifty one year I was born cars were basically in our family from the beginning and then my dad restored cars for a living whether it was Duesenberg? Packard? As or buicks whatever they were my cousin built hot rods in a lean to next to my father's shop, and then a mile up the road was candy pools sports car shop where they had about every type sports car in the World Men Candy Pool is very famous race car drivers. So there was race cars, Ferraris Maserati. Oscars every type of car. That was rare stuff back then and I think that's how I got my ashes for everything to do with automobiles was brought up on every type of automobile. That's quite a broad swath. You Talk About Your Dad restoring everything from model as to Duisenburg's there couldn't be a wider gulf between those two and it's interesting. You mentioned that let's drill down into. That for just a second Wayne I often wonder the model a was such a ubiquitous machine, obviously the model t and then the model put Henry Ford on the map with a little company we call the Blue Oval but all the guys that actually treasure those cars and restore them and kept him alive for so many decades when they were well past. Their prime. It's very rare to see those cars any longer they sorta seems almost evaporated off the surface the earth they've become pretty popular again though in that era forcible way to get into the hobby and you could basically model for today from a catalog. So because of the ease of getting a apart the east of the restoration and the fun factor. With the driving aspect of it, I mean, these cars are a Lotta Fun to drive. Easy on reasonably priced. So we see model as actually their value and increasing summer bar. That's a great harbinger of things to come then because they really were sort of the cornerstone of the collector hobby back before guys can afford their full classics and all the fancy stuff from Europe. I starting going to Hershey with my dad and nine hundred, fifty, seven was six years old I think her she started either in fifty five, hundred, fifty, six does either liver fear second year, and then probably the third year I was there it became part. Of Our family, my dad created the model, a restorers club. He just come out of service in flight forty, eight and gentleman brought him a model a Ford to do some paint work on any restored to perfection for the gentleman brought it to local car show nine, hundred fifty and they wouldn't let him show it because they said that's just some old used car as nothing special and he got upset about that and went home and created the model, every stores America which thousands of people all over the world still supporting that club.

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Canceled Telluride Film Festival announces lineup

The Big Picture

01:22 min | 4 months ago

Canceled Telluride Film Festival announces lineup

"Telluride film festival decided to announce what would have been the slate of films that they were GonNa, show on. September fourth when the festival is supposed to take out, take place before it was cancelled in July, and then we also started to get some news about the New York Film Festival, which will be world premiering a few titles. I. Still don't totally understand how the New, York Film Festival is happening, but let's just talk a little bit about what's going on with film festivals right now. So last year at telluride. They debuted the world premiere of Uncut Gems and Ford versus Ferrari and Judy and first cow, and they had the North American premiere of marriage story. This was a bountiful slate. Lots to see it was a very exciting time. This year, the slate was not a strong. There were some interesting films. There were some very relevant oscar-worthy conversational picks there. I think Francis. Leaves Amanite which many people have been talking about a new movie starring Kate winslet. Insertion Ronin. We're looking for that. How many Oscar nominations to search have at this point twelve fifteen? No. I think it's four, and this will be her fifth, which just seems like I just want to say when we made our really irresponsible Oscar predictions for this year and like having seen nothing I was like I, think Social Ronin will win for this movie that I haven't seen so. At least I think I did I meant to, if I didn't you know please like revised history.

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Ferrari Announces New Esports Series With Hublot

The Esports Minute

01:38 min | 4 months ago

Ferrari Announces New Esports Series With Hublot

"If the pandemic has had a positive effect on any aspect of east sports, it has to be sim racing in. North America Nascar became the most watched eastward event on broadcast the week after week in Europe. Almost all the luxury car brands have gotten into sim racing or expanded their efforts today Ferrari, joined the fray. Fray, the iconic carbon announced the Ferrari driver Academy Hugh Blow e Sports Team the team sponsored by Swiss watch manufacturer Hugo. We made up with the best drivers from this new SIM racing series. The Ferrari eastward series will start with two competitions. The first is an amateur event. The players could apply for in hopes of being selected that series will open up for applications on August seventh and be considered. The applicant must be a European citizen over the age of eighteen. The second will be a bunch of hand-picked. Sim Racers the top finishers from the two races will meet in the finals, which is scheduled for November furry also competes in the F., one eastward series, but the brand still appears to be lagging behind some of the other competitors in the luxury car world. BMW has sponsored a bunch of organizations. Lamborghini is also running eastport series called the real race, and McLaren has altered and eastwards organization in Korea crew. The entire industry sees an opportunity eastwards with some branch beyond just the natural fit of SIM. Racing That's the sports minute for Maurice. Sports caught that head over to the east ports. That were podcast feed I talked with Grace Elko and Marco Meru about exit. You may have seen news of the new eastwards physician for three face quite exacts. Last week. We talk about creating a new Org Durga Pandemic Greg's quote in the new. York Times where he compared modern sports orbs with frat houses and the. The importance of focus on diversity inclusion. That's at the core of exit.

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Ken Miles' Mustang Shelby GT350R

CarCast

05:56 min | 4 months ago

Ken Miles' Mustang Shelby GT350R

"Right, so we have all this auction stuff to kind of get to and some of the some of the. Surprises and some of the reductions and Ken Miles Mustang and there was a lambo four hundred that went and we can kinda talk about. Where we think the market is going. Maybe we should give you guys some ideas on some cars. If you want to invest in something I J B well. That's right. You'd be weld. Proud sponsor car cast their pox. He's used by pros and DIY and trusted for fifty years and get J. B. Weld Dot. COM and wherever wherever at home depot all that O'Reilly everywhere jv well. All right so. The in Miles Mustang your prediction with three million mind was a two six five. It blew me out of the water, and even even you at two eight five with the big. Three, eight five Oh. Sorry, yeah, three, three, eight five. Eight five, so, but now broke the record most expensive. Mustang ever the bullet which was recent. Was the most expensive to and yet, but I'm Kinda. Glad, the Ken Miles car beat the Bowling Kind of a made up car cool, but made up car and the other. Has. I don't know just just has some real. Not Movie History, but like actual history history street. Yeah, yeah, no, I agree the. History, it's. It's earned history I. Don't know well. Friend I just like the racing. First things first. A GT, three fifty eight of in an of itself. Sixty I think this car sixty six so. That car in and of itself is two hundred If you just want to stock one then. When you get to the GT, three fifty are yeah, at least before this, you are at five hundred grand, maybe six hundred grand, so that was Kinda the basic, because this is a GT. Three fifty are so yeah. The the base value of this car is about five or six hundred grand before you get into the test mule and the Ken Miles, and all that kind of stuff now. The Bullet Mustang the base price on that car seventeen five. Just get a Mustang. A Green Mustang and. PUT A ad suspension in the rear in a what a call that a torsion bar traction bar NERF BAR THE HELL! Is that stupid? WE LE-, bar in the back that they put on the back of the live. Really Lakewood SORTA traction bar. It's attraction bar and sometimes called a slapper Maybe that could be a little bit different design. Somebody in throw better than I like. You Know Holly Double Pumper on it and stuff like. All you could build that car. That's twenty grand worth a car. So who cares and then was in the movie, which is cool. That was a great chasing, and all that kind of stuff, but the Ken Miles cars, the I are and kind of the test meal and it was nice to see. Pete Brock involved with the digital video and talked about he's listed as one of the drivers for the car. The Mustang. So People Kinda. have. It is to Ken Miles Mustang, but a few other guys drove the car. Brock is is amongst them. Yeah, that's cool and one for ten dough I more than what we thought, but I think. It it earned the right amount of money. You Know I. Don't I don't think. In and look I I think the Ken. Miles car now should bring up. The GT three fifty ours. Yes, right? I, think fifties cool, but three fifty ours being what thirty four something made. You know why why isn't that a million dollar car? Yeah, well I think it is now and I also think. You if you are dry if you bought like the Shelby Museum. I've always said GT. Forties like undervalued cars because the. Ferrari. And some of the Ferrari. LOMAS STUFF P! Four hundred team trying to think of. The five whatever the PS were. This got too many designations, my head, but the point is this. The GTO's were always half the price less than half the price of those cars right and so. That Shelby Museum bought the GT forty that came in third place I think in. In the one two three finish car sold that at Monterey two years ago three years ago. You know they bought that thing for nine seven or or something like that? When you take a Mustang and bump the Mustang to four million bucks, yeah I'm sorry, but now the GT forty just got bumped up fourteen. You know like it got shoved up to. It's GonNa Push. It'll push the. Cobras with good history right it'll. It'll raise up the other just in general. The Mustang fastback. Even the street versions. K Code K Code. Ones think the code ones the HYPO yeah. Those are out and all. That stuff is just going up. Yeah, the the the shelby. Stuff, and I've noticed sixty eight, sixty nine. You know the ones we don't like quite as much. Those are popping up like. The, shelby, maybe it's the movie. Maybe it's the doc you know. Maybe it's the whatever the steeping process or something, but. That stuff is starting to pop up.

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The Xbox Series X Games Showcase

Pop Culture Cosmos

08:36 min | 4 months ago

The Xbox Series X Games Showcase

"The Sega Genesis and the mega drive as well. But my friend, it's a consul of a different kind that was showcased earlier today. We're recording this and that was the xbox series. X was on full display. Ours the power, and see all the Nice Shiny Games that are coming out very soon in the not too distant future Oh. At least we hope so, but some I. Know are not going to be there at the time of launch, but. It is the experts series x showcase, some of the games that were announced and shown off games like a new Ford shock upon all shocks. A new four is coming out. What do you know? New Fable game which I know, a lot of people are excited about as dusk falls nice, interactive sort of really different, looking Cel, shaded cartoonish, but with a serious serious dramatic side to it that would really looks very interesting, stated decay three. It's been a very big hit for. So far so coming out with state of decay, three process far X which I believe is support. That is coming over as well with the XBOX series x upgrade and boost the medium ever wild rounded. All Great Games look very nice, but very interesting. And Hail infinite had a ton of minutes out there actually few minutes out there that showed off and showcase as far as new gameplay is concerned. I percents liked the best avowed, which has a very oblivion esque type, look and feel. I'm going to be honest with you. My friend everything nice and shiny everything looked nice, glossy looked a little bit better than what the playstation five had offers far as the Shiny Games. Maybe the textures were popping a little bit better for me on the XBOX series X. Games. The playstation against were shown off. But, the lack of games that were shown off period can asked me disappointed overall. Yeah, honestly, man. It's been such a weird year for video games, you know we allege allegedly self, cyberpunk and assassin's creed coming out here but like. Playstation had a similar. Similarly disappointed with xbox as I am with playstation, but still I got you know I'm a little excited about it and also like Nintendo did their little mini direct, and like their big game was WHAT TEN CITATION FORGET! The name of the game is called, but you know it's just that there's not really I I'm curious if a lot of these companies are keeping things close to their chest, because of the covid thing like they don't know win. These games are going to be able to come out, but. You Know I. Yeah, it was cool to see halo infinitives cool to see. The announcement of new fable and Forza, but yeah a lot of these games they showed were kind of like they made. You wonder is this. Is this the biggest thing that they have coming out because I? Don't know if you noticed but a lot of the Games. xbox shows they have very. It doesn't really look like they're utilizing the capabilities of the new constantly. Brag about it, side, it's they're very like cartoony in animated. And they're not really highlighting like it looks like something that could be played on the xbox one. Again it did. They were look nice looking games. They were very nice looking games. But. It was just the fact that there weren't enough. Plus like I said, it's just seemingly that there are a step behind what place has to offer. When playstation debuted over thirty games, and they were right around the single digits to double digits hovering around ten. That's not a good ratio. My friend, obviously some of these playstation games on playstation five. That'll becoming, too. It will be going on both systems, and that's understandable, but it just seemed to me that the playstation press conference was a little bit better prepared than what Xbox had offer, and I think this point in time. I can clearly say that playstation one this first round as far as I initial impressions are concerned. Will Not with me though because I think xbox did a better job in like actually saying hey is a console launch. Title is something. We have a sort of window. Whereas playstation didn't give us any windows, no early states you know. They showed a lot of games on the playstation, but they didn't show us anything that we're going to be. Laying soon, and I think that's where Microsoft did a better job than playstation. Did though not a lot better than what playstation did, but I don't know. I'm been reading a lot of headlines already with like there's Kotoka and polly on their all attacking xbox and. For like little things how they didn't address like backwards compatibility than they're saying. Oh, this is not going to have xbox so want support anymore. They didn't talk about that say they weren't GonNa? Habit is I don't know it's kind of petty. The way a lot of these journalists kind of jumped to conclusions, but you know I can get why people would like. Play the playstation. Playstation conference better also get why people like the xbox better I like the xbox one better, but that's just because I have more love for some of the Games that they showed of the experts conference as opposed the Sony Conference for example really loved the halo in it, but it's you know love. The master chief's grappling. Hook like that was that was read and. I was disappointed in show another trailer for Hell. Blade and there's some other things like I. Don't know why they would show war. Hammer like that's kind of a game that. There's not a lot of like xbox you know fandom for that one avowed looks cool, and is from what I understand part of the pillars of eternity franchise. But Yeah I don't know like state of decay. Three I'm not like super stoked on. Do WanNa talk about some of these games there. They showed again I. Want to go back to avowed because that was the one that was I'm like That looks like a a successor to oblivion. I could really get into and could be because I've said before sky rim. I played thirty hours and I got stuck in the bug, and I couldn't get back. I still have it on the shelf. Right here. I'm just not going. I've gone back to it. I may go back to it, but I'm just. It didn't Hook me like oblivion, did and this to be so much more war about what oblivion had offered the deep contents. If, I get an xbox series X. it's four that game. Rather, new four is a new force always comes out with new system and I. Mean they're the type of games that can actually rule just showcase a new system, and how good the graphics are, and the res- The colors the shading all the nine yards, those racing games do it the best of course a new force. It was coming out. A new fable was very interesting, so. Saying something that was rumored to be worked on and to be working on, so i WanNa hear your thoughts on the new fable on the way. Could it be something that we could really get back into a series, or is it just too many years gone by? No I think that it is something we everyone will get back into I think even new players will get into because the the great thing about fable is that it's much like the final fantasy games. It's all a stand alone game. You know that there's nothing that feeds into. The next game granted in like two and three. They reference like the heroes of and they're talking about your character, and obviously like what you did in that game. They talk about that a little bit, but it's not. They're like. These games are like hundreds of years apart from each other, so yeah, no I definitely think especially if it's just being called fable, yeah, you almost like God a war like it feels like it's going be a new beginning. What worries me about the fable trailer though is? Is that. There is no game play. You know if there's no game play. It leads me to believe it's going to be twenty. What twenty twenty two at the earliest before we get our hands on this game up and I it feels much like the the was the elder scrolls six trailer. They showed it three last year with like our. You know we're not like actively working on this kind of work on air is a little video of some sky and stuff and you can of. Make your own assumptions on it. That's like this one was just that cute animation of the fairy. Get need of Ferrari and that was. It was a funny trailer, but yeah I just I. I don't have any hope for seeing it soon. Toasters and you're listening to pop culture cosmos podcast.

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2020 F1 season: No reverse grids for double-headers

Box of Neutrals

02:56 min | 6 months ago

2020 F1 season: No reverse grids for double-headers

"Talked about this last week, but it's been confirmed now that reverse grids will not be happening at the double header this year because Toto Wolff is not into them. He's apparently the only dissenting voice that required unanimity and Formula One fell one short as a shame authority I thought he would be an all for that. You know he's talked about these issues in the one where? He has provided on things for the greater good. Decisions that may not necessarily be the best for for his team, so in this instance. Sort of gone against that one little bit hasn't even as given three reasons which we didn't have last week, so let's consider them three very specific reasons, reason number one that is formula a meritocracy and this would be a gimmick. Which look I understand on one level because it is very arbitrary, just reverse secret especially when there is such a big performance disparity I mean. Let's be honest. That means Williams is going to be starting on the front row with agreed every double header. And that does look a bit silly. When the wheels of Folding Company and they've decided. Yeah, but I, I think people are now beginning to unravel an inherent problem with qualifying represents. Your qualifying at the Front of the grid to get. Not even to get ahead. What is qualifying? Is it to get a head start on the foster 'cause, or is it basically an order of which you'll car is better than everyone. Else's so therefore you also get more of a headstart than everyone, but then I'm going to be able to catch you anyway, and then therefore you know. Come the groom furry. We don't have a spectacle of saying the best car. We. We literally say the best car being the car, and while that might be nice for Lewis. Hamilton NFL bought has depending on the time of day. It. The rest of the shark doesn't it doesn't really matter so everyone's having a bit of an existential cross whether pay a boiling it down so well. Is this entertainment or sport that we're after? Wouldn't it be? Form One, just adopt the model of trading itself as the ultimate speed comparison. They have it some grown pretty well. You do all this relations on practice actually with wile, maybe Rendu like a sprint rice ingred order not in reverse order, and then just figure out how long how much quicker the Mercedes than the red bull, how much quicker the red believes in the Ferrari and just. Just place them several laps pot, and so the idea is that on the final lap they'll end up crossing the line at about the same time, and you'll have a great. Fini the other thing is i. think everyone has caught up with the history of what qualifying is I mean people always do the direct comparison of all man as instead of had x amount of pole position. We Wanna piece on that sort of history well. Things evolve and and things change. So you know we we you capable of open open-minded Tim's of what? The one he's going to look like. Prey not the qualifying lap.

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The 3 Closes

Marketing Secrets

03:54 min | 6 months ago

The 3 Closes

"This is a framework that I've been using for myself for a long time, and I assume that everybody knew it or did it and one time we had a marketing meeting. This is probably. A year ago, we flew most of our marketing human boise and we're sitting there and I remember mapping this out I was explaining the land of landing as I, said Hey, this is the three and how easy Monta landing page and everyone seems like what they start freaking out I was like. Didn't everybody know this like I? Don't think anybody knows you've never talked about it before. No one's ever shared it. I was like. Oh, my Gosh! That's amazing, so I've talked about this publicly anywhere before. Besides right now and right here so I want to kind of go through this, so I call this the three closes how to quickly double cells by weaving these three invisible closes into every step of your funnel. And this was the framework looks like, and it's emotion logic and fear all right, so step into. The understand how how this framework works, so the first thing it to understand. I learned this originally from Perry Belcher I. Think Perry from Dan Kennedy, but I'm not sure. said something really interesting, said if you look at. Anything in life. The reason why people either move toward you or they don't move at all is because of this weird thing that we have as humans called status. We liked to fill status right so that's kind of the how this. All sowings based on understanding. Okay, it's all based on status. And so when somebody's looking at any opportunity, you offer them. Here's an here's my product. Here's my service. Here's my whatever with their thinking about subconscious, subconsciously in their mind is. If I, do this thing. If I buy this product, if I move forward in this way, is this thing that I'm considering? Doing is going to increase my status, or is it going to decrease my status? That's the psychological turmoil that happened here at every time they can offer. It really boils down to that simple. Gay Is GonNa. Make me feel better about myself. There's going to be worse may increase decrease my status case? Let's thinking Oh. That's not me. I don't make decisions that way okay? I'm not I'm not so self centered I'm worried about my status all the time, but interesting status works both ways. Some people by really amazing things like say a really expensive watch or Nice car, because it will increase their satisfy. I'm going to feel really good right. So that's one side of some people. They don't buy a car. It's really expensive because they feel like that will decrease their status, right. The first time ever shared this concept. I remember I was talking about. A Ferrari announced here for I store here in a second. Talking about a Ferrari I remember. You go to go to buy a Ferrari. You do because you want increase status and I remember leading dinosaurs changes like I would never buy, not increase status. Just that would actually decrease by status Mike exactly your your fears, the other side like if I buy things going to decrease by status. What are you drive and she's like a minivan make. Why do you drive a minivan? And she says well, because it makes me feel intelligent because I know it gets good gas mileage and makes safe. My family always kind of things. I said so. You've got a minivan. Increase your status. Sick. Oh, my Gosh I never thought about that way I thought that everybody. Status was like this thing. That was a negative connotation, but all of us do it. And, so that's kind understand so as we move into this framework I, want to look at it through. That frame of understanding status can all right so the first close we're selling. Anything is our emotional close now. Motion is the most powerful tool we have for selling anything. And, so that's why we spent a whole session last night for two hours talking about the Epiphany Bridge Story K. story is an emotional close. Until you store and getting you engaged all your feelings are happening right? Okay, and so you're getting the emotion now motion. Is the most powerful thing and for years. This is the only way that I knew how to close. If I would tell stories or most people feel it right, and then we're going there to buy things. Okay so emotion people this emotion. It gives them a status increase like. Oh, my Gosh! This amazing by get this thing. If I buy this product or service right I'm mean have better style I'm going to have more happiness. More wealth physical appearance might feel better about myself and lose weight. I'm going to make money I'm going to. You know whatever the thing might be. Decision Right now if you if you look at the metrics about fifty percent of your sales will come from the emotional close.

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Inside Dennis Rodman's Wild 90s

ESPN Daily

08:51 min | 7 months ago

Inside Dennis Rodman's Wild 90s

"So Tim. Did you watch last night. Thank you for doing your duty as an Eastman Employees Tim. Cuban is a senior writer for. Espn Tim I am looking cover of the book. Bad as I WANNA be and it has a picture of Dennis Rodman. He is naked sitting backwards on a motorcycle. A there is a strategically placed basketball. His air is too Tan Blonde. And on the bottom of the cover it lists Dennis Rodman as the author in very big letters and then right below that in much smart letters it says with Tim. Cute which question. How did YOU COME TO BE WITH TIM? Koon and goes right. Dennis Rodman's autobiography my epitaph with Tim. It started with a friend of mine. Mike Silver who at the time was working at sports illustrated and had written the provocative cover story about Dennis where he was on the cover wearing the feather boa with a parrot on his shoulder. Mike was supposed to write. This book and sports illustrated would not let him because he was an NFL writer at the time and it would have taken up too much time of the season so they put out a casting call of writers. And Mike recommended that I put my my name in the hat. Several of US interviewed with Dennis to see who might mesh best with him. Who also might be able to finish a book in a shade? Under three months I interviewed with the Denison. A diner for breakfast in Anaheim with his agent at the time. Who's a coin collector named Dwight Manley who had just dipped his toe into sports agent? Tting after he became friends with Dennis. What into this diner set down with the two of them. Dennis Kata said Hi Kinda grunt high kind of thing I can remember the waitress coming over and Dwight ordering for both himself and Dennis and Dennis just not ever even looking at the menu and thinking. This is going to be a tough book you know. Get a hundred thousand words out of a guy who doesn't even order his own breakfast. I kind of looked at it. As as a Lark at the time Lo and behold a few days later I got a call that that I was chosen. Why do you think he got the job funny? I've I've run that through my head so many different times and I honestly think that I got the job because I I was just desperate for the job. I think that I just kind of sat back and maybe give off that impression that I was not going to be demanding to be his lifelong friend. You know I I wanted to hang out. I wanted to get the work done. I thought I could do the job. Well and something in the way that I carried myself. I guess hit a chord with Denison in made it work so this was nine hundred five. Dennis Rodman is already a known quantity and as you mentioned. He had been on the cover of sports illustrated. He was fairly far along in his career. What was your perception of him. Going into this. You know at first I was a little bit leery of the whole thing. At that time there wasn't a whole lot positive coming out about Dennis. He did have this high profile and his Rodman with that wild hairdo of his a lot of it was because he was disrespectful to referees. He didn't get along with coaches now. He's fighting one of his assistant coach. I was very curious as to who was the guy behind. All that is getting really annoying when you too. You've got to go out there and kick somebody's ass basketball is nice. What about as a basketball player? I mean before you spent time with him. I imagine you spend a lot of time thinking about his play on the court and what he had achieved so far with his career. Where was he at that point but that point he had been established as probably the best rebounder in NBA history especially for someone his size debt is just got the word doing his usual established early on that the way he was going to make his mark was by doing things that nobody else wanted to do doing the menial tasks of basketball and almost refusing to shoot which made notes to almost anyone his determination and the way that he played every possession like it was just a referendum on his self worth. I think was fascinating to me. I think it was so different from anybody else that we'd seen to this point now work very hard work. At the moment he was still on the spurs he was yes. He was rapidly playing himself off the spirits to San Antonio Thirteen months ago. Dennis Rodman has had three suspensions eight injections forty technical fouls and paid fifty four thousand two hundred fifty dollars in fines. They were desperately trying to rid themselves of him and it was actually with him when he got the call that they were trading him to the Bulls which just spun everything in such a different direction. I mean this book and Dennis's career and the world of basketball everything. Everything changed when with that phone. Call before we get to that call and how it led to everything we saw that transpired last night in blast aunts once. Dennis had chosen you. What was your next move? What are the parameters you had for working with him well it? It became clear probably at that breakfast meeting that Dennis was not going to be someone who is going to be able to schedule meetings. That just wasn't the way his world worked and so his his agents said okay to do this. You're basically going to have to move in because he's not going to be on any kind of schedule so I did two stints of living with Dennis. Rodman that we're about a week each the parameters were that you pretty much just had to absorb yourself into his life because that was the only way to get the information that was going to be needed to write a book. You get a sense from Dennis. Why he was doing a book and what he wanted to be in it. He wanted to do a book in part because I think he felt like. He had something to say to people that were like him. You know people who had been marginalized and and sort of shoved over societies edge. And I think that he knew it was an incredible marketing opportunity for himself. At that point he had established himself as this flamboyant character in basketball and he had gotten a lot of attention outside of basketball with his relationship with Madonna and. I think that this was something he saw as a a way to sort of spread his name even outside of any kind of sport parameter. So you're told you got to move in with him. At what point. Do you become a roommate of Dennis. Rodman's it was late. September of Nineteen Ninety five if I remember correctly and it was at Dwight Manley House in Orange California. I slept on the couch and I can remember at many points wondering if this book was ever going to be done because Dennis for all his flamboyance in the public eye is a very shy at times non communicative person. There were a lot of really really black spaces on my audiotapes from that time. Dwight his agent at one point said you know the best way to deal with Dennis. Get Him in the car to get him in the car he's captive. He will talk and so you know we started going out driving to Los Angeles going different places. Dennis would be driving and talking and would tell me stories about his childhood about how he fell into a basketball career so randomly even over the roar of the Ferrari. Engine I could make out with. Dennis was saying in the car and you know it made a book thankfully.

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Beastie Boys Made a Movie. We Made a Beastie Boys Podcast.

The Big Picture

09:03 min | 7 months ago

Beastie Boys Made a Movie. We Made a Beastie Boys Podcast.

"I'm Shawn Fantasy and this. Is the big picture a conversation? Show about Beastie Boys. That's right beastie. Boys made a movie beastie boys story which is directed by Spike Jones and available to watch right now on apple. Tv plus. If you're like me and worship Beastie boys you need to watch this movie later in the show. I'll be talking to add rock. And like diaw Beastie boys about their movie history their favorite fruits. How they're doing in quarantine. The New York Knicks documentaries that they want to see a bunch of other stuff as I tried to keep them focused on our conversation. A really love these guys beastie. Boys are my favorite band ever and it isn't even really close so to talk about them before we get to them. I asked the VIC Ferrari to my Alessandro Allegra. Join me it's Chris Ryan. Hi Chris. I've always seen myself more as a Nathan Wind Guy. I've been waiting my whole life to do this. Podcast so let's go. I'm very glad you're here with me. I can't think of anybody else. I'd WanNa have here other than you. Except maybe Mike the Inadequacy and they're coming later. So when I say beastie boys what's the first thing that pops in your head Chris? Probably the invention of cool so I think one thing that we've talked about a lot over the last twelve to eighteen months. We've had a lot of Quentin Tarantino podcasts. We've we celebrated a lot of his movies on the watchable. We talked about them on. Big Picture Podcast with him and something that comes up. Ally is kind of how he gave us a vocabulary or language to through which to understand culture and understand the world and I think the Beastie boys are equally responsible for that in both of our lives in terms of introducing us to so much music and so much other culture that wound up becoming just part of our like way in which we relate to the rest of the world through these like Kung Fu and exploitation movies through rap Reggae punk rock weird funk like all like it just basically made collectors and fans out of out of us at the risk of stepping on music exists. I wanted to ask you why you think you. And I to some extent to are so interested in figures who are all about basically like recombinant culture. You know who take all the disparate parts of stuff that they love and smash it all together because that is the thing that the movie and then returning to all of this music that I listened to over and over and over and over again in my life that I have thought about is like wow they really just jammed all the stuff they liked together to make something new like. What is it about that? The second part of what you said is the most important thing. Do you think about the people that we really respond to. Wu Tang clan quitting Tarantino. Beastie boys it means we're very basic very and B. It's the most important part is finding the second thing the thing that you're GonNa make out of all this shit. And that's what makes me so excited is when someone uses all these postmodern tools in these reconstructs. All these things out of this of Cultural Ephemera to say something else. Wootten Klan took all those Kung Fu movies and took all those samples but made something that could only have been made in Staten Island. You know back could only have made the music. He made with the experience that he had. And the Beastie boys could only have been the beastie boys by combining bad brains with run DMC. Yeah and I feel like it's not a mistake that so much of what we do at the ringer and so much of what you and I have been trying to do in. Our lives is basically celebrate and be enthusiastic about the things that we care about and I feel like these artists are the same way if you if you think about Beastie boys and you even look at the way they tell their story in the movie. It's just we really liked was the clash and grandmaster flash and Cheech and Chong and we were trying to find a way to make all those things make sense together and I feel the same way about what we do every day I feel about you and I love the NBA and we love Top Gun and we love. I love deb's I don't know how you feel Dad's but You know just trying to find a way to make all those things fit together so I feel like I have aped and tried to copy a lot of what those guys do. And I feel like a kinship to their their mission their creative project. Absolutely I mean like you and I don't mean to make it sound like you. And I are the Beastie boys here but you know. I think that we use the Internet the way other people would use a sampler right and we draw in all these different media. We'd take youtube videos. We take a picture and I think it was probably more the case before we started working professionally together in an editorial capacity but we would have like tumblers and blog spots and you were just kind of like throw a picture Steve McQueen up in an article you were writing about those face and it would have some sort of relationship and I think that that was our way of continuing along this tradition of mixing and matching different pieces of culture to say something about yourself. The thing that you said that I think is probably one of the most important parts of the movie that will nocco very remarked upon because a lot of it is going to be spent talking about. Yok and it should be because this is very much I think an image to him in a real moving tribute to their friend but when Mike D says in the beginning of the movie that he was just this weird kid who found the clash. Not only is that like. That's the origin story for a lot of people. Who like they find that one band? Whether it's the dead or the clash or you know run DMC. Whoever it is that makes them think that they are now. All of not alone in the world the clashes like a really really important. Template for the Beastie boys because they are basically A Crossroads Group A marketplace. At Crossroads Group. It's where all these different cultures are coming. And they're setting up their wares and you can pick and choose off these tables and then you go home and you make something out of it. And that's what the clash did too. I mean you can make a lot of arguments about appropriation. And whether or not the people who the clash were taken from or or paying homage to properly compensated for the work that they did And the same thing could go. For the Beastie boys but I think a lot more people know about Lee Perry. Because of the Beastie boys did not you know and and that's like a really really important act in culture. Everything is about timing too I think about when they hit the scene and who they were working with and on the one hand I guess there's an appropriation question. I think they've moved past that so effectively because they were just literally there with Russell. Simmons and Rick Rubin and run DMC making music together and they were a part of something that was essentially punk at the end of its first true like lightning rod phase at the end of the day and and rapid the Dawn. You know I mean. They weren't there necessarily in in the parks in the south. Bronx but you know one thousand nine hundred. Eighty three played on the radio. Yeah Yes yes. And there's that great moment in the movie where Africa is asked about cookie. Post by one of the members of the Beastie boys and you can see like they're they're they're they're in the moment and they're going to dense area and you know performing for white people introducing them to wrap it away and that couldn't have happened if they if it was just five years earlier five years later. The same is true for the class. You know it's like they arrived at a time when the world was ready to hear rock and try to play reggae. And what that means for the future reggae. There's something also about this specific approach to the world though that jumps out to me. Which is it's not. Just this is what we like. It's this is what we like and I don't care if you don't like it and I don't I actually don't care if you don't get it because when I think about the things that I knew when I first heard the band it was you could fit it inside of a very small box. I just did my cultural reference points. The music that I knew about the the records the comedy everything that they were throwing in. I wouldn't say that I discovered them because they were sampled for three seconds on a on a record on policy boutique but they were a window. You know I had never heard of Sadaharu. Oh until I heard the beastie boys rap about him you know like there's so much in their music the sampling the lyric writing even if it is in their songs are very rarely like high minded. They're not necessarily pursuits of big ideas. But they put big ideas in front of you. Just by dint of what they were interested in and I I liked that kind of take it or leave it quality they bring to it and I feel like that really comes out in the movie too. Don't you think yeah? It's only a couple of people are lucky enough to have other people care about the thing that they care about. You know you can. You can play the game and you can try. Ride the wave of what's popular at any given moment. But it's so weird because what the beastie boys did especially once they move to La. I think wound up having such an incredibly profound formative effect on all the culture that comes after it but it so it winds up being underrated as as to what a zag that was how crazy it was for those guys to be like. Yeah we'RE GONNA LEAVE NEW YORK. We're GONNA leave behind rapper. We're going to go to capitol from Def Jam. And we're GONNA work with these two producers that basically no one's ever heard of an assemble these like really out there incongruous samples to build together a new sound that we're gonNA use to define us for the next couple of decades. The only thing I wanted to talk about because I think is probably also a reason why you and I like them. Much is that and this comes across very much in the movie much

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Direct Connections - Chuck & Matt McMurray

Talking Mopars

09:48 min | 8 months ago

Direct Connections - Chuck & Matt McMurray

"All right introducing my guests for the first edition of direct connections. Chuck mcmurray and his son. Matthew mcmurray guys. Are you doing good good and happy Easter by the way Yeah Happy Easter? Do you guys to before we get into your current mo par endeavors. Let's rewind time a little bit and chocolate start with you. What got you into Mope ours. So it's an interesting thing. There was a A nineteen eighty eight hot rod magazine. Maybe it was car craft and they had the the top ten fastest cars of all time and they were measuring the cars in various road courses in quarter miles and things like that and so you know at the age of thirteen. I was really into like Lamborghini. Coon Tauch Ferraris did not the cars and car that owned the quarter mile for that particular top. Ten that they did was a sixty two Max Wedge Dart Right which is the opposite looking of a Lamborghini coon touch and I was just completely floored that something that was that ugly could be that fast and so that kind of caught my eye and from then on I just started picking up reading magazines and kind of following the Mo par story and of course once you get into the four twenty six Hemi content and you realize how many engines they own in straight line racing. They've been pretty much the dominant force when it comes to top fuel and those types of engines and things and so I stuck with it then Got Into my own cars. When I was fourteen. My Dad let me by a seventy four valiant with three hundred bucks out of a walgreens parking lot in Chicago knew nothing about it. You know toward the slant six out and and learned the hard way and After that got into a sixty six cornet and from then on it was it became pretty natural to me to be able to fix stuff was always kind of good with my hands and just fell in love with the brand which was weird because in the early nineties you know. Mo- par didn't have nearly what they have today. Or what the late sixties so sure it was definitely a hard time to be the underdogs so to speak. Definitely Matthew. What about you? Obviously your dad had to have some sort of influence on you and your love of no go ahead. Go ahead and tell your side of the story. Yes so I mean I've actually got two different peaks Because I'm interested in both old offers annual And the the new generation are and actually both have to drexel cars that he's bought so that goes twelve years old. My Dad Decides to tell me. Hey we're going up to Wisconsin and we're GONNA TALK HUNDRED DOLLAR. Nineteen Sixty six dodge. Coronet THE ROAD. Kill the road kill influence. We actually did have a pretty big influence. And I can't leave that part out because I started watching roadkill with him and that definitely sparked the interest in him to want to go and fight in this car. So it's kind of whole cycle on. We started with them. And so when up to Wisconsin? We bought this car and drove at six hours home and it was incredible. That was we almost did. Maybe almost didn't make it. We ended up. You ended up getting home all right and we spent six months with that car before we decided to try it out for our newest nineteen seventy-three Dodge coronet which we still have today. But then so that's my interest in Olmo parts. That's how it all started and now since day. I'm actually driving a nineteen seventy seven plymouth. Which we bought on Saint Patrick's Day this year green current Saint Patrick's Day in and right around the same time my dad decides to get a two thousand ten dodge challenger Archie. And I'll be honest at first I was not kind of it. I was Kinda weird new car. He's always had cars around and then we decided to take it out to route. Sixty six raceway out here. Julia took it down the track. And I for some reason to seeing the car out on the track comparing its other cars. My Dad was out there I was like this is so awesome just the track experience everything about it and pretty much that moment on just seeing the cargo down the track during during a testing tune into it was awesome. Was that your first time at the drag strip. No I've been since I was like three dragged him out every summer and spring we would go down there and go to the MCA events and took him to the Shows when he was so young. The only thing you wanted to do is by matchbox cars and free ice cream. I think the influence of seeing enough of it you know. He started to kind of pick up the hobby and took to it. Pretty naturally right on right on well now that we have a little bit of your background. Let let me ask you a couple of questions. We get into your businesses journey. What do you guys think about? The current mopey marketplace as far as where pricing is for not only project mopeds that are classics but also fully restored Mo- parse. How do you feel about that? You know it's interesting Because you know we've done worked for retailers in the automotive market we've kind of followed where the investment Moped level cars have gone since you know after the economy crashed in two thousand nine and it really got inflated right. It was almost frightening to think that if you wanted to go out and get a four forty four a barrel automatic body that you're GONNA be spending at least forty thousand dollars for something so that was crazy but I am happy that the market is recognized that these cars important enough to put the money into them and take care of them because so many of them just got left out in the weeds and crushed and everything else. So it's been interesting to see kind of how that's continued to change over time but what? I found what I found really interesting where you know. The price of the aftermarket is gone. It's actually a lot cheaper now than it was so many years ago to be able to build engines and get parts. There's you know we went to. Sima last Fall and you know you go to the Diamond Piston booth. And there's four different piston types just for the four hundred in a low deck engines. There was stuff we dreamt of twenty five years ago so I think that's great and the new stuff has certainly respond generation in the market You know it's challenging that hell cats. Are you know to get into one now? If you're going to get into a used one you're probably looking at forty forty five thousand but the demons you know. They're still at that inflated price is you know even with all the incentives you're still looking at a seventy thousand dollars. Eighty thousand carbajal are also buying a ten second. Turnkey Quebec killer so I guess that does make sense. But it's it's really exciting time and I think It has never been good to be a mope or guys it is at least in the last couple of years and my personal. I definitely agree. What about you matthew? What do you think about? These prices are the crazy. Or what for me definitely barely for anything that any of these cars I see him? I'll go on facebook marketplace a lot. Just dream you know. Look at Ebadi's I'll look at peabody charters and stuff and I'm just thinking to myself like if it weren't for the fact that he was into the stuff I would just continue to dream and but I think that it's words at is pretty good because if you look at the comparison of other domestic vehicles New prices used prices. They're they're pretty expensive and I mean it's when you're in the restoration market alone. You're looking at expensive prices anyways. When you're going to get into a project you know you're GONNA be spending money but I would definitely say that. For where things are you know. Where the economy is. I think that the prices are very reasonable and and for some cars for some. I feel like you know the demon. The inflation should go down. I'm hoping it goes down as I just I mean. It's an incredible carbon. I just one hundred and thirty nine hundred now. Let me ask you both this. Do you think that 'cause I I've been seeing almost a divide between modern moped enthusiasts and the the old school guys for lack of a better term. Do you think it takes a little bit of fun out of the equation when you go out him by say a demon or even a hell cat or a hell cat red eye because they're already fast out of the box so like you know you dump will say fifty thousand or a hundred thousand plus on a car you know unless your pockets are really deep. I mean how much modification are you really going to do? How much fun are you really going to have aside from just turning the key in going? Do you think that those cars take the fun out of it you know? It's it's a twenty to say that because we've we've really Invested in in both old and new and having a two thousand fourteen thirty eight that ran he got an eleven ninety. Three out of it with soft tires out of the box mods and It was neat. Because you know out of the box you can go that fast but at the same time. There really wasn't a lot that you could touch easily. If you'RE GONNA make one modification you need at least a tune and with a tune in a few modifications if you put the Karni Eleven's then you need to start trason Dr Line making improvements and so it's really never just a bolt on. It's a few thousand bucks so you know I'd say that it's reinvigorated the market but I would agree that there seems to be kind of a divide between the folks that did restoration and were part of this for thirty or forty years and what the new market has done but in some ways it has kind of taken the fun out of. I think you know when when you can get in a red eye in run ten teens or high nines to do that in a body would require a lot more. Yeah so it makes it easier if you are not mechanically inclined and you don't have tools but at the same time it has reset the bar for. What is a fast car? So it's a it's interesting right but they're also forty six hundred pounds. So you know the safety equipment. My concern with a lot of those cars. What happens if you do have something happen at the end? I mean forty six hundred pound car versus twenty. Eight hundred pound. Cars is a lot more inertia

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Head of EU's top science panel quits over COVID-19 response

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Head of EU's top science panel quits over COVID-19 response

"Modified Audi had only become president of the European Research Council on the first of January but you commission spokesman Johannes park confirmed that professor Ferrari has resigned the news was first announced by the Financial Times based on a statement released to the paper by Ferrari who said he had been extremely disappointed by the European response to the pandemic he complained about running into institutional and political obstacles as he sought to strictly set up the scientific program to combat the virus I'm sorry I shockingly

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EU science chief resigns with blast at coronavirus response

AP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

EU science chief resigns with blast at coronavirus response

"The European union's top science official resigns the president of the European Research Council Europe's top science organisation has resigned at the height of the corona virus crisis Morrow Ferrari had only been in the position since January first no reason for the resignation was given but Ferrari had said he was extremely disappointed by the European response to the pandemic he complained about institutional and political obstacles to setting up a scientific program to combat the virus the resignation was first announced by the Financial

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"ferrari" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

16:07 min | 11 months ago

"ferrari" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Hi Glen and in our force chair today is belong Karachi below reports and produces cultural coverage for NPR halo. Everyone Wonderful to have you back. Room Broom So Stephen. I'm going to go to you first since you are the person that I associate associate with fast cars. That's not true. What did you think afford me? Ferrari you know we recently on the show talked about the movie. Nineteen seventeen and Glen. I think in particular described it as the ultimate dad movie. This is ultimate daddy movie. I did not realize I don't think of myself necessarily as the Dad movie type hypoc Dad Ford. V Ferrari proved that I am in fact that guy. This is some kind of old fashioned. CGI free cars zooming around in kind of movie making. It's fun. It's a sports movie. I mean I don't do. I think it breaks any kind of mold. I do not think it does do. I think it's effective active at capturing like the big race the big clash of personalities. All that stuff. I I think to use a phrase we sometimes use on the show this movie movies on rails but I think it's very effective for what it is. I think James Mangled the director. I think is a very skilled technician. You're in good hands throughout this thing. I don't I don't think it's amazing but I enjoyed it enormously. I do want to say in fairness if you're out there and you're thinking I like Ford before I like car movies but I'm not a dad or if you are now or thinking I did not like this movie. We are speaking generally. But I think it's fair to say it fits into a kind of a John Laura of movies that has adad movie feel to it in that it's very invested in kind of traditional American masculinity. Yeah that makes sense boil. Would you think this movie. I loved this movie actually and I saw at Toronto at the Film Festival a few months ago and I took my dad to see it and when it came out. It's the perfect and my ten year old nephew who also loved it Exactly so all of us were there in What I liked about it a lot and I don't want to? I think it's very easy to use a lot of bad driving puns in criticism of this film. So I'm not going to go there but I did feel like it knew how to slow down as a film which I liked the most about it. Is that in fact while it has has these large kind of racing sequences and all the room rooms that we've talked about. It has quite a lot of silence in it as a film as well and I think it has moments of being reflective and thoughtful and and the two central characters played by Christian. Bale and Matt Damon are have a really beautiful friendship. And and I think that for me really came through and I when I think of sports films in high I school classes when you have to be forced to watch them to be inspired or something by your gym teacher or something like they always ended with that great big game or or some kind of showdown. Oh down and I felt like in this film. It actually doesn't conclude in that way it has other ways of bringing you into these. These characters lives into the kind of human side of this of this film which I was not expecting from movie called Ford versus for which I think is the most poetic title and I think in a way Mrs some of the poetry of the film and Two who on the mechanical knows. Well that's true and I think you know if you're not familiar with what happened in this real life situation in nineteen sixty six you know. Ferrari very had been kind of more of a racing type of car and Ford was not and so they had had some business dealings and potentially some business alignment they were GonNa make a deal deal. And then they didn't and Henry Ford the second as we said plucky upstart that he was Wanted to essentially beat Ferrari at racing because he was mad. Add about kind of the way or or at least in part because he was mad. So goes the legend so he gets this character Carroll Shelby played by Matt Damon. WHO's a an American auto auto designer kind of guy to work with Ken? Miles played by Christian. Bale who's a British driver and kind of innovator of building cars they talk about how he's got a kind of a car that he put together himself that he's able to drive to great success and so and so these guys have a little bit of the odd couple friendship tip. They have a little bit of the trying to make the big company except are great ideas and of course. There's a lot of kind of the inherent danger and suspense of have racing. Glenn talked me about Ford. V Ferrari will this is essentially a historical drama but it's also essentially a bio pic right. And it's the kind of bio pic that I like because it's takes a very thin slice of the person's life instead of dramatizes that so I'm GonNa ask the subject of another oscar-nominated bio pic of the season To speak to my my my feelings about this film so ladies and gentlemen from the nineteen forty nine film in the good old summertime. Welcome to the stage. Miss Judy.

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"ferrari" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

11:23 min | 1 year ago

"ferrari" Discussed on The Filmcast

"From the trailer Ford v Ferrari and that is the title of the movie. It it just Ford. v Ferrari not versus just the Batman. V Superman Yup Yup and we all know how that turned out to be the plummeted from a plus from an the American car designer Carroll Shelby and driver Ken Miles Battle. Corporate interference the laws of physics and their own personal demons to build a revolutionary race car for Ford and Challenge Ferrari at the twenty four hour of twenty four hours of Lama in nineteen. Sixty six. All right your hardware. You and I are Big James Mangled fans and I remember him talking about. I think I was listening to his like interview. for the QA podcasts where he's talking about Logan and and he was referring to like this movie as like a movie. That is generally very difficult to get made. You know it's not based on anything. there's not much Action or fighting in it. It's not like a genre movie. Just strain to Michael Man was trying to tell the story to the competing waste. Approach it as well just a good old drama with to really talented actors at the top of their game. So I was really like for this. I assume you were as well. What did you think of Ford Ford? V Ferrari I absolutely adored it I don't think I've Seen James Mangold movie that I don't like in some way And this feels like him just working. Yeah at the top of his craft. Like yeah this is a movie about you know Two guys really trying to win very grueling race the twenty four hours commands And it's it's easy to look at this movie and just see it as like. Oh this is just like pure dad movie. This is just like a testosterone on filled bro. Fast where guys are talking about cars when men were tough been like they had great leathery faces and you know they did tough jobs they got dirty. They're always dirty after working in the garage. Things things were different back then. And I've seen some reviews say that and I didn't get that impression at all from this week It's definitely a brewery Phil Right. This is a movie. The central relationship is Matt Damon and Christian Bale's characters who have sort of like a work. Mark wife relationship basically. It's a work spouse relationship where they are just so close to each other working closely they go through highs and lows. They can hate each other while at the same time professing like having a deep love and respect for each other as well and I think that relationship kind of underpins this entire film this is also a movie about it's You know creative individual visionaries trying to exist under a crushing corporate system AOL Scott made a good point where you know there. There's clearly a parallel towards making movies towards making movies As director and using other people's money to make these he's million things and have a individualistic stamp. Yeah be creatively treated yourself while. Also you know being beholden to corporation. There's a lot going on here. I like how this movie juggles. All that and I don't think this may be tough to sell either right. You've got big stars but you also have like cars Carson. Movies cars just looks so great on screen There's a visceral feeling to it. And there's a ton of racing in this movie I think they're shot and edited really. Well I saw it in an Imax screen here in New York and the sound design was fantastic like the feeling of cars and tires squealing rubber and the roar of the engines dull very visceral and I think Mangold handled that all pretty well too but yeah for me. The real key to this is that you know this is a story about guys trying to achieve a vision In a way. Hey that you know at any creative you think of like The way steve jobs and Johnny. I've worked together to design things at apple and kind of how things changed. Maybe a little after Steve Jobs passed away This movie explores a lot around that I wish I wish there wasn't a stereotypical like put upon wife. I was she had a little more to do. But beyond that like this movie I adored it completely. Jeff Cannata your thoughts on Ford V. Ferrari I guess you could say my thoughts about four Ferrari. Our best summed up in the form of Olympic if the title so is what brought you on board no Ferrari is largely ignored and a lack of details is the reason it fails to even be Ford versus Ford. Wow how nice well then jeff thank you tell us what you mean by that Jeff. This movie is fine. It's fine I like the I think the actors are excellent. It's ordinary to see to see Christian. Bale literally transform his body into more. Like what this actual human being looked like. Somehow he did his face to be thinner and and longer than it usually is more leathery like. There's a great and sunburnt leather to his face. I really enjoy the real guy. Looked like that. Yeah Yeah I'm just GonNa be Matt Damon if that's but I mean it's extraordinary just like Z.. He does that. You didn't have to do that. Christian Bale. You didn't have to do that. It's fine but it's cool. That is normal face. I think it's normal face just with a bit of a Tan. Would it's longer and thinner and you're looking like he's posture is yeah yeah in a weird way cheekbones or a little higher yeah it. It's as transformative as as he ever is. I mean it's it's it's I was watching this movie. I'm like that dude played Batman like that. This character couldn't be drives a cool car to but couldn't be farther. Bamako Batman. I mean vice came out last year. He was Dick Dick Cheney a year. That's true it's so true it's crazy crazy crazy unhealthy wrong but cool. I guess anyway but he did say he did say his days of weight loss and gain are done he says like I can't keep doing wing. It really kept my mortality staring me in the face he said I think as Dr was like you had one more to do and you wasted on chaining so good luck with that. Anyway he and Damon are both very charming in this movie and they're always fun to watch onscreen but I just. I don't understand why this movie is. It doesn't feel like it answers any particularly interesting questions for me. I doesn't give me enough of an insight into how this happened or why this happened. It is a race where four people drive for twenty four hours this movie. You'd think there was one dude who did everything everything I it completely ignored the other three people. I mean it mentions that there are other people but I don't even think casts them like they don't exist in this world the details of building the car feel vague and sort of just I mean it really is. It's trying to be about the people and it's trying trying to convince you that if it wasn't for this particular driver then they would never have been able to do it. Accept the fact that they did it three more times. Ah Without Him and he also he also designed the car basically like hell to release design. He Co design the car. I'll take anything away from the dudes in the Racing Hall of fame is a major figure. It's just I didn't feel like the movie gave me any insight in ultimately it's a movie about a little Guy Ferrari who cares a lot about doing something beautifully and hand making things I mean. What is usually the protagonist tagged movie? This self made artist. Enzo Ferrari who wants to create something beautiful and immaculate an actually succeed that it this movie is about that dude. Going up someone who's just like all throw money at it. We'll keep throwing throwing money at it until you can't have all the money. Let's just by a win. It's not a good guy. Ford is not a good company here her either. I think I think you're completely right. Jeff like there. We could talk more about this than spoilers but Ferrari there is so much like that he they are the little guy it is sort of. Like if you made something talking about Disney trying to fight The criterion channel or something right like this artisan experience versus the content Monolithic Disney. I see what you're saying but it's and the title is Ford Versus Ferrari and you go. Oh my gosh. Yeah Ferrari is like is is synonymous with speed. And how could they ever do it. It's it's like what's the answer. They just spent more money. They just spent way more money. That's really the answer to this question. And I don't know I I would've I would've liked this movie to actually kind of give me more insight into this was more like a free solo in understanding the rigor and commitment it takes to do these endurance races the the precision and the I mean there's so little of that so much of that is just completely ignored. And you you know you talk a little bit of Inter about the wife character. Oh my gosh talk about failing. The Bechtel test will she is does not exist except to get sodas for her man It is it's a it's a it's a bit. She's the only female character in the whole movie. And Yeah Yeah you know. It's not great. It's not great. This is a man's man's movie as they as they say I will say the Jeff like there is there so this movie's two and a half hours long and it it didn't. It didn't quite feel like that to me because your internal intrigue at Ford like I guys I write about companies. I care a lot about corporate intrigue and things like that this stuff going going on in this like the whole idea is that yeah four. It spent more money but also Ford was kind of forced to because this is basically a Dick Measuring contest between you know Henry Ford the second and Enzo Ferrari in a way because Ferrari called their cars ugly And said Ford was not was just is the second and he's not the original Henry Ford like I actually like third. If I'm not mistaken. Yeah he every for the second but he's the grand third. Yes Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah but yeah that is that shows like how much innovation in this world you comes about. Just because of a rich guy felt offended or like he had an I dea The idea that you know Ford is a major company that builds these assembly line products. I basically cookie cutter cars. The movie lays out in a really really interesting madman fashion. You know at the time. They're just not cool. How do you how do you get cool? You get cold by doing something sexy and that that requires bringing in visionary Inari designers and I think that's that's the story is the idea of you know individual creativity visionary creativity trying to exist under a crushing and cynical corporate structure for Ford. Is the villain of this movie to even though it's forgery Ferrari. Yeah but then make that movie like I. I'm into that..

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"ferrari" Discussed on Past Gas

Past Gas

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"ferrari" Discussed on Past Gas

"He hired young mechanics to work in his shop and purchase the race cars from alfa-romeo Scuderio Ferrari was ready to race. The first race was at the world famous Milly Mongolia a one thousand mile road trip across the Italian peninsula. They go from the top of the boot to the bottom. The MEGLENA was the biggest race in Italy at the time in the best racers in in Europe. Were behind the wheel three out of the four cars. Ferrari entered didn't finish but enzo didn't think his amateur paid drivers had a very good shot at winning anyway anyway so this loss didn't really discourage him. Okay guy gets second place in his first race ever he cries in his car and vows to never ever do it again. Three out of four of his seventy five percent of his cars don't finish this guy's got mental problems. It's called growth. I think he's a little bit more mature. Maybe Laura's good for him. however Scuderia. Ferrari did manage to a nine out of the twenty two races they entered in the nineteen thirty season which made both Alfa Romeo and Pirelli pretty happy be ENSO's experiment was looking like a success so far two years later in nineteen thirty two enzo is thirty four years old and prize money from thirty four years old and so it's thirty four years old and prize money from racing now accounts for a very small part of his revenue he now had multiple Alpha male dealerships all over the country and was consulting for Alpha Male Pirelli an oil company called NAFTA The book doc says he wasn't a wealthy man but with all his jobs. I can't imagine that he was uncomfortable. Either the only thing that might have shaken him. A little bit was becoming a dad. endzone first son. Alfredo was born in January of nineteen thirty two. You might know him better today. As Dino Ferrari yeah I named him that matter my pop up but I caught in my out of this name. Scuderi Ferrari proved themselves to be so good that in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven Alfa Romeo bought a majority share of the Scuderi in order to beat German rivals Mercedes and Audi and I think we're GONNA have to do an an episode on them down the line because they came in and Mercedes whooped asked you yeah out of nowhere anyway. Oh the Nazis Nazis. She's loved is showing up in the house. Scuderi Ferrari was now alpha's official racing division with help from legendary drivers like Tozzi new Vardi I could either Ferrari was renowned throughout Europe with Enzo at the helm but the good times wouldn't last long the nineteen thirty seven seven season was a disaster that Scuderia Ferrari had their asses handed to them by ZIP. Germans in Alpha wasn't happy after an absolute failure of the season Alfa Romeo dissolved Scuderi Ferrari as the book recounts the sunset on Scuderi a Ferrari who had participated in two hundred and twenty five races with seven hundred and fifteen cars earned one hundred and forty four wins and one hundred and seventy one podiums enzo left Alfa Romeo in nineteen thirty nine after twenty years of service to the company and then little think called war too happened in the early stages of the war. Enzo opened a new shop. The terms of of his departure from Alpha male included a clause that he couldn't name any new car company after himself so Ferrari could not call his cars ferraris his new company will be called Auto Avio construction based in where else but Modina unfortunately the fascist Italian government led by Benito Mussolini decided they needed Enzo shop more than Enzo did so he moved the shop to Maranello where they would build hydraulic grinders unders racing premature stop in Europe during the duration of World War Two but soon after the defeat of the Axis Powers Enzo got back to work building a new company and more importantly car for the.

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"ferrari" Discussed on Past Gas

Past Gas

09:16 min | 1 year ago

"ferrari" Discussed on Past Gas

"On the podcast platform of your choice really help us out and I really appreciate that so thank all right now for the show so this week on pass gas we are starting our four part series on Ford versus Ferrari at Lamont one of the most famous stories in all of auto racing to really understand the rivalry and what makes it so great you. I have to know the story of Enzo Nzo Ferrari. So that is what we're GONNA do today. I just WanNa make it very clear. I do not like Enzo Ferrari. I can probably name any Nissan on the road I can. I I can bore you to death. Talk two hours about engine codes and chassis codes for Volkswagen's Honda's whatever I couldn't name Ferrari. I don't like like the guy he's A. I'm hoping by the end of this episode. You'll at least have some respect for the man our sources voldemort type hype character in my opinion. But how did you get that way. That's where we're GONNA find Ouden. My voice story of Tom Riddle. Basically I really is our source for this episode is Enzo Ferrari power politics and the making of an automotive empire by Luca data Monday this biography Agassi right here which I'm holding almost a thousand pages long and is considered the definitive biography on Enzo Ferrari fun factors only if one copy of it in the entire. La County Library System. I just want to point out that we told Nolan he could purchase the book on Amazon but he is supporting the library system and I respect it's f out of that thinking on anyway without further ado this is passed gas episode one the rise of Thadi Enzo and some O- Giuseppe Maria Ferrari was born in Dana Italy on February twentieth eighteen eighteen ninety eight wow or was he hardcore for our fans might know his birthday as February eighteenth eighteenth as Enzo himself said it was so why does his date contradict the official documentation by two whole days. He's already starting out with controversy. Is he one day does he two days old. We don't know well as Enzo told it on the Davis Birth Modina was besieged by a monstrous monstrous snowstorm. The snowfall was so bad that Enzo Father Alfredo could not make the walk to the city's register office and document his son's birth he had to wait until the twentieth to make the trip thus that discrepancy but it gets even weirder because because records show then on February eighteenth eighteen ninety eight there was no snow at all and ends does birth registration was actually done by the family's midwife on February be wary twenty-fourth almost a week after Enzo says he was born what what the heck he's a liar. Actually there is a good reason and for this Italy in the late. Nineteenth Century was not a great place to be born. Live sure I've been to Modina. I went there with Jesse. Jesse's in this room is a great great place to live. Yes but one in five children at the time would not live to see their fifth. Birthday in infants were especially prone to passing away shortly after birth. I think it had something to do with the Mafia. It's likely that his parents waited to make sure that their baby boy enza would survive the first week of being alive before registering with Modina and that they weren't exactly forthright with Enzo about this as a kid. I mean that makes sense. You don't want to say like actually your birthday is two days earlier. Babies die all the time and we weren't sure that you weren't GonNa die. What would you do with that information as a baby baby. Well no like if they told you when you're like sixteen whatever I like. Mary actually would be like like ah so when when do I get my fifteen dollar. Check from grandma yeah. I got like ten dollar checks. You know what I mean like it as a kid. That's like that's a lot for kid but a check though like when you're like nine years old I supposed to do that. I think it's kind of fun. It turns into new activity the bank going to the bank getting a lollipop. Luca the author of our source believes that Enzo really was born on on February eighteenth and a clerical error or some other mix up by the city. Has it listed sure city blame everybody would ends on this guy is an enzo apologised allergist also who cares you know what I mean like. My birthday is march nineteenth and if like my parents were like if my parents said Ed hey your birthday is March twenty first but actually you're born in March nineteenth. I'd be like all right. What is easier for everybody as an adult. I wouldn't be like well. Actually actually I came into the world two days earlier. The city were ends. I grew up was old as Frig for IG. Modena's I walls were built two hundred and twenty four years before Jesus was born and one hundred and seventy years before Keith Heath Richards Nice Keith ends I lived with his parents and older brother in a two story house attached to a machine gene shop. Alfredo Ferrari was a metalworker who moved to Modina after marrying his wife and Joe's mom added Galil being adult geese of Bisbee any adult Keesa Biz beanie. He found work at a foundry after saving up some money. He opened his own shop. Construzzioni mm-hmm Much Shimanouchi Alfredo Fatty which means Construction Machine Alfredo Ferrari nice after the birth of their first son Dino Dino Dino Yep. That's a cool name now. My name is Kip Dina. Do you know what school Dino Pump Frey alike. After the birth of their first son Dino Alfredo decided to build a House Alfredo didn't WanNa be far from work so he built a two story four room addition on the side of his shop where his family would lip the first floor was a storage area and entrance to the shop in the second floor is where the bodies would live yeah. I think I remember I'm reading the book that Alfredo also had like a viewing window from his living room so he could eat lunch or whatever makes so much sense yeah and then what like look into the shop while he it was like out of the shop Ferraris. Dad Yeah absolutely yeah it. Was it just because he loved the machinery or was it. He didn't trust employees please. I just think just didn't WanNa be far or like. He loved the Wor Yeah. He loved. The work probably advocate. There's probably some employees that he's like Tony over there. I do not trust him. As far as I can. Throw him in your your Tony like working like a bench or whatever and you dislike look up. What is his problem why he always look at me. I'm telling you hate me. Smith's Endo and his brother Dino which share a bedroom for seventeen years. Do you think they would just like stay up at night and be like what she wants to be. When you grow I want to be buying. Did what do you want to be in zone. I want to be a great race Goldman. I want to build a the cars that fastest then all of the other cars dino's like that's way cooler than by Enzo wasn't a troublemaker occur per se but he wasn't a pushover either being Italian. It was expected that Enzo would go with his family to church which in Ferrari's case was his Santa Catarina. Enzo didn't like church. One day during confession ends confessed to a ton of stuff that a kid would normally do like fighting with his brother not cleaning his room. Whatever kids stuff apparently the priest didn't like this and scolded the Little Enzo for minutes endzone unsown literal scoldings. How did he ever obvious. It's obvious why this made it into the book. Yeah where'd they get. You know the priests I I mean this guy like literally went to Modina and interviewed. Everyone anyway ends said this. This was the last time he went to church at five years old. It's probably probably because of my own ignorance and preconceived notions about Italy but I I was actually pretty surprised to learn that ends was not a particularly religious man his first car when he was five years old. The automobile in question tin was a.

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"ferrari" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"ferrari" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"The monza race track in italy one of the most brutal and high speed circuits in the world world to racing drivers speeding over one hundred miles per hour. They're battling for position around a one hundred eighty degree corner called the parabolica behind the wheel of a red ferrari is wolfgang von trips a west german count while jimmy clark of scotland floors aligned green lotus as the end of the turn their one behind the other biting position their wheels touch then in the second bridging the cub on the intersection of the road second. It happened cars spin. The german count is nicknamed crash because of his tendency to wreck his car but he has never spewed debris like this excellent his ferrari cork wheels up grass embankment and plows through a fence and into a crowd of spectators dust and debris form a cloud around the crash site obscuring the horror within racing stewards. Come running soon medics on the how many are dead. No one can say not yet but the race goes on at the end of the day. Phil hill california wins the race in a ferrari he becomes the first american to win the formula one world championship the most celebrated race title in the world as he gets out of his ferrari. He asks about his teammate crash von trips and trips is he dead the ferrari team boss lowers his eyes and pauses before ushering hill forward come on they won't you for the awards ceremony. Bond trips is dead and so are more than a dozen spectators. He plowed into the next morning. The founder and boss ferrari cars enzo ferrari remains secluded behind his factory gates in maranello about a two hour drive from the monza race. Track ferrari is a man so reclusive he he does not attend races. Even though his red racing cars of the most famous in the world like thousands of others he saw the crash on television they should he stares at the headline in the morning newspaper fifteen dead from the tragedy at monson. The investigation has begun at the autodrome autodrome. His team is just won a world championship but at what cost from wondering i'm david brown and this is business wars <music> <music>. We're revving up a new three part series ferrari versus lamborghini. This is a rivalry that spot over decades with speed engineering and the most outrageous outrageous automobiles ever roll down a road in the showroom on the race track even on movie screens but it begins with an argument between a famed carmaker and his wealthy client of blow up that has become truly legendary in the world of motoring. This is episode one. The gauntlet enzo ferrari has been through this before aligning the walls of his office or framed portraits of drivers killed while racing his cars ars he has been criticised many times for carrying more about his cars than the men who raced them. Even the vatican wade into scold ferrari after one particularly bad crash in nineteen fifty seven during italy's melia a thousand mile race run on cordoned off public roads in italy <music> twelve spectators were killed plus a famous ferrari racing driver who was severed into in the process now this time <music> fourteen spectators are dead. The whole world is stunned by the news. A flood of newspaper editorials call for an end to racing and limits on the car speed. Ferrari is under attack at the company factory. Ferraris employees are feeling the pressure years of dealing with enzo ferrari's arrogance and the stress of building the world's greatest race cars have warned them thin over the next days days. Petty arguments.

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"ferrari" Discussed on Dissect - A Serialized Music Podcast

Dissect - A Serialized Music Podcast

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"ferrari" Discussed on Dissect - A Serialized Music Podcast

"It has. Watch the clouds, slow white. And good times sixteen I was uh, uh. Issue. As sin true. Kid. To stay the plane. Mouth closed both. So. Familia. Frank begins with a surrealist use of dynamic imagery to set a scene singing. Bad luck to talk on these rides. Mine on the road. Your dilated eyes watched the clouds float white Ferrari. On its surface, Frank, outlines the scene driving silently with a significant other. But beneath the surface. This also seems to describe a drug trip as hinted by dilating is white. Ferrari is the nickname of type of ecstasy. The pill itself is white and the Ferrari logo is lightly stamped on its surface. Thus the quote unquote ride the Ron here is a drug trip and white Ferrari. Because both the drug or vehicle they're using for this ride and the hallucinatory image that appears to them when looking up at the white clouds just after the line had a good time here, Frank saying in the background Sweet Sixteen, how is supposed to know anything which is followed by the line. I let you out at central the seems to ground the story in New Orleans where Frank live when he was sixteen central likely refers to central city. A neighborhood in New Orleans with Frank being so young. At the time we recall that white is traditionally a color that symbolizes purity and innocence adding another layer of depth to the term white Ferrari Frank build up the speechlessness of the car ride as a characteristic of their comfort level and familiarity with each other saying, I didn't care to state the plane, kept my mouth close. We're both so familiar white Ferrari given that Frank will later state. This relationship ended, the obvious thing that he didn't state was either that the relationship was over and or despite it being over. He still cares and we'll continue to care for this person because Frank restates white Ferrari. At the end of this passage, we might assume that the ride that was this relationship is over why Ferrari continues with something like a second verse..

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"ferrari" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"ferrari" Discussed on RobinLynne

"The best joan consumes keeping hit me that the cards feel the same as i'm not changing i just want to have fun the party ferrari that swing down since signed me through you don't care one thing i'm not changing i just wanna have fun ferrari.

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"ferrari" Discussed on Z104

Z104

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"ferrari" Discussed on Z104

"Hi this is reality smokers from revisit our number one hit music station four salmon been keeping muscle is a browsing and god hit me y'all that fourmile the cards do you feel the same as well people me for one thing changing the way that i just wanna have fun in saudi we'll go inside the body ferrari in your body strip that down for me there's a lot of people in the crowd booed on you so swing their me strip that down since the swept me off be no money i me threw away the key just you meet you don't care about warming for one thing i'm not changing the way that i just wanna have fun in rally him inside the body ferrari excuse me your body macomer strip that down for me debbie there's a lot of people you can dance me so swing komo strip that down.

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"ferrari" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"ferrari" Discussed on Channel 955

"People want me for one thing i'm not changing the way that used to be i just wanna have fun inquiry rowdy go kim body inside the body on me ferrari expe body news strip that down for me people in the crowd me me put your hands on swing neck that down when you get the since the day mitch you swept me off mafikeng lino money sign me up it's just you don't care about warming thing i'm not changing the way they used to be i just wanna have fun rowdy no work inside the body ferrari speak good macomer strip that down for me debbie can answer me so much swing maybe style yeah.

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"ferrari" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"ferrari" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

"Hon been consumes been keeping keeping muscle is a uprising and got hit me y'all the do you feel the same as well people want me for one thing i'm not changing the way that i just wanna have fun in rally inside the body ferrari excuse me the music stabbed strip that down for me there's a lotta people so put your hands his wing their company strip that down since the you swept me off lino money signed me news through to me care about for one thing i'm not changing the way that i just wanna have fun interview rowdy inside the body ferrari ever with your body macomer strip that down for me baby convincing me so music that down.

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"ferrari" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"ferrari" Discussed on Channel 955

"One thing i'm not changing the way that i just wanna have fun in rowdy go inside the body goes on me ferrari speak good however when your body strip that down for me there's a lot of people in the crowd you can put your hands that down when you the you swept me off mafia green no money is signed me up and up it's just you and me don't give out for one thing that used to be i just wanna have fun in rowdy the body ferrari when your body komo strip that down for me there's a lot of people in the crowd you can me so swing that down she goes to bed down word around says he got a buzz premise when we pull up shut the club down no better job so maybe feel when my husband goes down me the people in the car answer me so.

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"ferrari" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

06:50 min | 2 years ago

"ferrari" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Ferrari that maybe there's a lot of people so swing down greg she goes down word around when we pull up the club you feel better maybe feel that people can swing there coming down strip that girl tv family bills is actually have have drake whip we got him richard can't larry robin listening to live thanks for keeping.

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"ferrari" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"ferrari" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

"Ferrari when your body macomer strip that down for me baby people in the crowd booed on you can dance to me so swing swinging the a win the strip that down me when you go sure hey she goes to bed down word around says he got a buzz yeah premise when we pull up shut the club down you feel better anything goes down on john john eighty you can dance me company down i mean strip that governs girl number one hit music station visa.

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