35 Burst results for "Ferrari"

James Lindsay Tells Us About His New Book

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:48 min | 3 d ago

James Lindsay Tells Us About His New Book

"Tell us about your new book coming out December 9th. Well, it's perfect because, you know, I just said the brainwashing. I went and got a prop a minute ago. It is, I don't know if you can see it or centered up. The marks vacation of education. I love that. And so it actually details one character in one character only for the most part by the name of Paolo Ferrari, who's a Brazilian Marxist who claims to have been an educator, but what he did was he laid out a system of brainwashing that looks like education. So the subtitle is Paulo ferry's critical Marxism and the theft of education and those last four words are the key part of the whole title. The theft of education. What Ferrari's philosophy or educational approach or whatever you want to call it? It's more sorcery is what it is. Enables is the theft of education from America from the west from our society and from a specifically, of course, our children. And the way that that theft works is by retooling education not to teach, say, literacy or numeracy or any of this, but to teach what he calls political literacy while using the reading lesson, the math less and the history lesson is what he calls a mediator to political knowledge. And so he set it up to where these marxists and education and they've controlled education for roughly 50 years now have the ability to give you a math problem or give you a history lesson or give you a reading lesson and actually tool it so that it achieves a doesn't achieve. It becomes a political lesson instead. And so that's what I'm trying to expose in this book so that parents across the country so that teachers who are still not woke across the country can understand what's happening around them in the education because I think even if we stop all of this disaster that's happening now, if we don't fix education, we're going through it again in 5 or ten years. It's

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"ferrari" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

07:50 min | Last week

"ferrari" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Formula One team principal Mattia bonauto confirmed just now he's leaving the team at the end of the year after much speculation in recent weeks. And Ferrari issued a statement earlier that I confirming it had accepted his decision to leave the team. On the podcast today, we'll ask, was he ultimately pushed out or did he walk? Which would enable him to go somewhere else? What this means for Ferrari. In 2023. And why people say that management has been Ferrari's Achilles heel over the years. Let's get up to speed with motor sport dot com's F one editor. Jonathan noble John. Welcome back to the podcast, a nice bit of postseason news to keep you busy. It hasn't come out completely out of the blue because it had been bubbling away and I'd been tipped off that we could get something most like this morning. I was having a cup of tea on my sofa this morning when the WhatsApp went off and that was it straight to work. Let's go back to the beginning of this era of Ferrari because we could go back and back and back with Ferrari bosses, but Mattia bonauto 2019 taking over from arifur Benny. Just tell us about the hope that was around Ferrari where he came from and his history within the team. Matthias is a fry stalwart. I mean, if first joined in 1995 in the engine department and his base he has worked his way up through the ranks. So moved up to become head of engines, then was drafted across telecom director and then stepped up to team principal. So he's been there through the many highs at far I've had in that period, many loads have had that period, but he understood the unique machinations of maranello, understood how the team works, understands what attentive department needs. When there is a bene was in charge and Ferrari had a car that effectively should have won championships in the 2018 1718 period and didn't he was brought in because it just needed that last step to push it forward. Obviously, completely mismanaged James Allison had drafted his tannic of director, you know, absolute genius technical person. Who's proven his worth by subsequently winning many championships with Mercedes, completely mishandled by Ferrari. There was a lot of internal politics at Ferrari that shut down the media, a lot of criticism, a lot of politics didn't particularly manage Sebastian Vettel exceptionally well. It just wasn't working just missed that magic spark some Mattia was brought in to kind of dress that restructure it, push it forward, give it real honesty ambitions, get it back on the right path with the media, get it back on the right path commercially, deal with the politics, deal with the criticisms and step it forward. There's a bit of a blip at the start of 2020, they got the car design wrong, but just happened to be the co video where card development was frozen. So they couldn't dig themselves out of this hole on the power unit nor the chassis. So fairly difficult two years, but I think this year was kind of back on track and stepping forward and there were some good highs to start the year. Obviously some big lows, some mistakes, but it's obviously all reached ahead, subsequent to season with the four hours new CEA saying that second place not satisfied with second place must do better. So tell me more about how this year progressed. Obviously, as you mentioned, it started with a lot of hope because of those initially very good results as you've been in the paddock as people started to question the decisions, the strategy, and his defense of those decisions that at times, I think a lot of people could see that was a mistake, and yet he always came out and said, no, no, no problem, no mistake. We're happy. How did the year progress and his, well, that position begin to be untenable. So I think you've got many, many strands to this as you very happy in a Formula One season. It's not just all about one factor going wrong. I think principally what's driven the narrative of the season is the form of the Red Bull car. So we start the air Ferrari completely well prepared now to the concepts nailed the car weight. Now the performance. So started the year with the best car. Charles one in Bahrain. Missed out in Saudi one in Australia. So it all looked under control and quite easy, but that didn't take into account rebels at the air of an unreliable car. Obviously, the fuel pump issues in Bahrain. Fuel again, fuel line issue. It had in Australia. But majorly, that car was overweight, very, very heavy, didn't see Max Verstappen's driving style. So it was struggling. When it took the weight out, the car performance increased, and that was basically the catalyst that began in imola as Max Verstappen started winning with a car that suited him in a lighter car. The truth in Formula One is that when you're battling a quick car, you never get the strategy right, and you never get your time management right because you ultimately honor whatever you do, you're going to lose against a quicker car. And this is what drove a lot of the Ferrari stories for the season. So primarily Ferrari made some strategy mistakes, Monaco being a key thing, the fed the wrong information on the pit wall, miscalculated. The para situation and miscalculated the science situation. So it was a genuine blunder. They've addressed and learned from and changed processes. They also had the reliability issues, so they lost the win in Spain, they lost the winning Baku, which put some further on the further on the back foot and the need to push things even harder, but this was the first year of an engine freeze formula. You want to push things to the limit because you can address reliability you can't address performance. So the same strategy that Alpine and Renault have taken, which over the long term should pay dividends, but there was some short term pain. And there's a season progressed Verstappen was rampant and pulling away. Ferrari had to wind down the engine a little bit because of the reliability problems. Entire life wasn't as good because I think they were probably pushing the tyres a bit harder to try to catch up with the Red Bull. So you get this kind of spiral of a drop of performance where you can't match the Red Bull, Charles made a few mistakes. So I think it's just lots of lots of small elements adding up. And if it sees us partly skewed by the fact that Red Bull got it wrong at the start of the year, so it looked better, where as far as these look like, it went downhill. I think the reality was that probably flattered a bit at the beginning has made the outcome a championship look a bit worse than it should have been. Ferrari had a boss there who understood the engine intimately because that's a side of the business he came from, but he understood the engineering generally exceptionally well after 28 years in the team he knew exactly how the politics of a passionate Italian team worked on the various factions within that team and how much of a loss to Ferrari will be not be. I think it'd be a big loss. I know he has his has his critics and I think sometimes Matthias appeared in public, especially be too nice and people were calling after the Monaco strategy mistake or the Silverstone strategy mistake that heads must go. Some two bosses could potentially be more critical, some team bosses may have sacked the head of strategy as a show, but Mattia was always someone who wants teams to or individuals to learn from what's gone wrong, find out what's gone wrong, address those problems and not make the same mistake twice. And it's not a process that is easy to get across that things have improved because when you get some repeat errors and I think things like Brazil, what happened in qualifying in Brazil wasn't an ideal scenario, but again you're battling weather elements that can change on the change in 5 seconds. So it could have looked like a genius strategy called to put leclerc on the intermediate set. It didn't happen because The Rain came ten seconds, too late. You know, material also not as competent in the English language potentially as Chris Horner or Toto Wolff so comments like he made after the clerks acts in Spain that no reason we can't win the final ten races. Sort of sort of you can understand where it came from. There was no reason they had a

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"ferrari" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

01:44 min | Last month

"ferrari" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"We know that now I think that they've got the right facilities. They've got everything in place. They've got the right drivers. They do. Charles Leclerc, I think absolutely can be F one world champion. He is in a really good groove when he really turns it on. He can absolutely smash it. Everyone I've spoken to whose works with him says he's got that extra something that stands out world champions from your race winners or anything like that. But I think the biggest thing for Ferrari is how do you beat that Verstappen and Red Bull juggernaut because they've won two titles now, this one has an absolute canter to stop that is going to take a lot of hard work and really, really make a big step forward next season. And as I said, just taking all the lessons from this year, all of the bruises, all the defeats, how do you sort of learn from it and say, right, I'm going to come back stronger in 23 so I can win the championship. But I genuinely do believe and this may date absolutely awfully if they fall apart next season and don't get even close to the championship but I really do think Ferrari can win next year's titles, but there's a lot of things they got to work on for next season. If they don't learn the lessons from this year though, then yeah, it's going to be a difficult year indeed. Well, thank you very much. You've heard from what Luke thinks about Ferrari. Now read what you can on Thursday. What a Grand Prix editor Alex kalanos thinks about Ferrari's chances. He's listed the ten things that they need to do in order to become a championship winning team once again, you can read that in order to support magazine out on Thursday, hopefully dropping through your letterbox hopefully on Thursday, if not, and you're not a subscriber. You can pick up in the shops. On the magazine, shelves, like thank you so much for joining us on the podcast today. We'll be back with you in Austin for Saturday and Sunday's show looking forward to the run in. Now, and we will see you on the next auto sport podcast.

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"ferrari" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

05:46 min | Last month

"ferrari" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Charles Leclerc's case, yeah, there are a couple of times when you go, that was really on him, and poor Ricard, that is the big one, spinning out while leading the French Grand Prix. That was such a huge mistake. He took full blame for it. An interestingly Max Verstappen said after winning the title, that was the moment when he went, yeah, I've got this. I'm going to win the world championship. And I think that's really, really telling. It was that moment where it just all seemed to get to the clerk, the press she made a mistake. We saw his anger, auto sport ran a big cover saying game over and I think that was just a really powerful cover. Maybe the most powerful we've done this season. And I think it really did some things up and I think for leclerc, yeah, the car has not always been reliable, yet we saw that in Spain. We saw that in Baku, and we saw strategy miscues in Hungary that obviously cost him very, very dearly. But also on the clerk side as well. Yeah, there have been some errors that really shouldn't have been made. Yeah, you look at Paul Ricard, I mean that's the kind of thing that was pretty basic. You look at him, again, another spin as well. Carlos Sainz, obviously, he's been, I think, a very good driver for the season he's done a really good job, not quite on the clerk's level, but has two pole positions to his name, got that when it sells some that I think was well deserved and very well taken. But again, there are just these little errors creeping in here and there, and you just sort of say, look, they've got to be able to try and get these under control and make sure they don't happen because you look at what Verstappen is doing in particular a Red Bull. And it's just faultless. It's very rare for him to make a big mistake or a big error that's really costing him dearly. With the Ferrari guys though, yeah, he just sort of you questioned that, okay, when the clerk hits the front of a race, can he hold on like when does he have a really sort of comfortable drive to victory? We saw that. I think in Australia, we saw that in Austria as well, both races, for I was clearly quickest and he took full advantage. But there have been other races where it's been a bit more sort of touch and go with Red Bull like France was and he's just not had the pace to be able to bring it home and win that race. So I think for the drivers, they've definitely got to look at what they've done this season. Take a step back and say, right, how can we iron out those errors and really sort of sharp up force next season? And then finally, looking at the management, I recommend for anyone interested in Formula One and management and culture and things to have a look at Ross Braun's book with Adam park or total competition. I think it's in that book where he tells the anecdote that I may have maybe miss remembering this, it might be from an interview or something. I think he talks about when Ross Braun arrived at Ferrari and what was the Dream Team of Ross Braun, Michael Schumacher, Rory Byrne, Jean Tottenham, and the rest of the team there. How he did things like take away the newspapers on a Monday morning from all the Italian press that would circulate. You know, they'll get handed around the office from desk to desk and it went Ferrari because they were going through a big losing streak, and it was self perpetuating because they'd be, oh, look at what the Italian press is saying about us and everyone got fixated on why Ferrari are losing and just one of the ways that he came in and cleared the decks really into a period of domination in the early 2000s when Ferrari were untouchable. Now you're in the paddock week in week out. You look at these guys in the whites of their eyes, do the Ferrari management team have everything in place to win in 2023. The way it works with Mattia bonauto at the top of the Lara mech is his sort of dependable deputy, it feels like is the sporting director. I think the two of them together, that's a really strong management team and I think that Ferrari does seem I think more stable, more open as well than it was say perhaps under Mauricio river bene or Marco masie through 2014. And it does feel like this is a team very much that's gone through it sort of like lowest point with 2020 and all those struggles and it's really sort of taking a big step up. And I think that the culture they're trying to get a Ferrari, I think it is something that does take time and it's not the work of a moment. And I think that we've seen that with many teams with Mercedes, for example, they didn't come back to F one and start winning straight away. They had to get everything in line. I think the hope for Ferrari was that this would be the season they did that, ultimately it's not turned out that way. But I think there's a lot of good lessons they can take from this year and say, right, let's sort of build on it for next season and get to a higher point. And we see the likes of John lcan, the Ferrari chairman as well. He was speaking, I think, over the Italian Grand Prix weekend and saying about all the faith that Ferrari has in Tibetan Otto and what they're doing and that Ferrari, their goal is to get both championships one by 2026, which you may think is quite odd in terms of, well, that's four years from now. Surely Ferrari wants a title sooner. And of course, they do, but it kind of shows that at the very top of Ferrari, there is this understanding that this isn't going to be a snap your fingers and we're going to win the championship. We're in a very new era of Formula One now with the budget cap. You can't just spend your way out of trouble. You really got to work hard and all the ancillary stuff and the extras. It's your operational stuff. It's your team morale. It's your pit stops. It's all of that. And I think for Ferrari this year, it's probably been quite an important season in terms of saying right. We know we can build a quick race car. We know we can build a car that can win races. How do we get the whole package together and turn that into a team that can win a championship and sustain it over the course of the season? I think there's a lot of good lessons they can take from this year and it's all about how they sort of learn from them and execute it for next season because I think that the closer we get to that 2026 deadline, the more the pressure is going to be on the management of Ferrari to say, well, we want our titles, where are they? Well, let's think about closer to home. Four races left this season, not a big rules change going into 2020 $3 million question to you then can Ferrari pick up one or both of the titles next year. They've shown this season that they are back among F one's top table.

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"ferrari" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

04:33 min | Last month

"ferrari" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"I think it's one of those evolutionary things whereas season has gone on all teams have got on top of it a bit more Ferrari are no different. I think with Mercedes, they quickly found that there was a deeper issue really just than the porpoise thing that once they solved the porpoise thing they thought right we're set now and that wasn't the case at all. There was a baked in issue is how they've described it on their car that meant they couldn't get close to what Ferrari Red Bull were doing week in week out. But Ferrari, I think they've managed to understand that world. They've got on top of it very, very quickly. And I think the big thing for them is really just this development race against Red Bull that they've not been able to sustain it in the same way through the season. They've not been able to make this big set forward that we saw from Red Bull after the summer break and I think that's really, yeah, just sort of raise a lot of question marks about what a Ferrari sort of going to do over these final four races. How can they try and sort of make a step forward, get themselves back in position for 2023 to try and go again because right now it really does feel like this has been a big opportunity that slipped through their fingers this season. And that's what it feels like with the development race through the year now. Luke, hold on there for a second, we'll take a quick break when we come back. We'll talk about how Ferrari were beating this year by a team that the FIA say blew the budget and overspent on their F one program. Last year in 2021, how much of Ferrari's failure is down to not a level playing field. And we'll talk about whether Ferrari have all the right people in place to win a championship again from the drivers to the managers. Stick around back soon. All right, welcome back to the podcast. Now, look, let's talk a little bit about the development through the season and how teams do develop their cars because going back not so long ago and Ferrari with unlimited testing would be pounding around their marinara circuit at fiorano, either with the test drivers or even even their main drivers. Schumacher and his various number two drivers over the years. But in all seriousness, they had an opportunity to develop the parts, put them on a car, go around a track for real, whereas now we're looking at Sims. We're looking at CFD. We're looking at wind tunnels. How has that development race between Red Bull and Ferrari gone through the season? For Ferrari, they spent a lot on this year. They did do a lot of work to get everything in place for this season. They designed a new state of the art simulator that came online towards the end of last year and was really in full swing for this season and everything I've heard about that suggests it's a fantastic facility. So things like that help it sort of like take a step back forward from where it was a couple of years ago, for example. So things like that, you can see where they are clearly making efforts to try and make this progress and make these gains. And I think you're right. We can't talk about this subject without talking about the big question mark, which is about the cost cap, like what has happened there, rebels overspend how much is it, how did it impact this championship had the impact last year's championship as well? And where does that all fit in? And I think that Ferrari has always been quite clear in its belief about that any sanctions, any breach of the cost cap does need to be dealt with very, very severely and Mattia bonato he said on the Sunday after the Suzuka, I asked him and said, well, you're going to get the results tomorrow. What are you expecting? And he said, we need clarity and transparency from their fight. We need to know what their conversations are with Red Bull, how that is all dealt with. So it's definitely a question for I will have. And I think that although that cost cap ruling does relate to 21, there are also going to be questions saying, well, if Red Bull overspend last year, despite believing they were within the rules, have they done the same again for 22? Like what's going on there? And it's something that obviously will need to put to Christian Horner and co this weekend when we go to Austin. But for Ferrari, I think they'll be looking at the budget cap and saying, okay, well, can we get closer to that upper limit? Obviously, without going over, but what can we do is try and be cut that little bit extra performance. But Ferrari, they did seem to make good steps forward with their car, like they definitely sort of were able to keep the likes of Mercedes and co an arms length, but it just seemed that Red Bull just managed to refine that package so, so well, get a lot more out of it. The tyre deck has not been an issue for it really has hurt Ferrari. And yeah, on top of all of it, as you said, the operational stuff that Ferrari just seemed to make too many errors this season compared to the other teams. Let's talk about a couple of things next, the drivers and the team managers. We'll start with the drivers. What role have the drivers played this year in Ferraris? Inability to capitalize on their early successes and ultimately their defeat to Red Bull.

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"ferrari" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

05:06 min | Last month

"ferrari" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Leclerc gets stuck with traffic, ends up forth, Red Bull win the race with Sergey parrots. Azerbaijan, leclerc again, leading the engine fails again, Max Verstappen went. It all starts to add up, and I think that it was really a time when Ferrari, they clearly did have the ability to win all of these races. You look at that run from Spain right the way through to Austria. And there's probably actually a case for leclerc and Ferrari winning right the way through that complete run, like they were in contention all the way through. They had the pace to win. And in the end they came away with not a single victory in that time period. Carlos Sainz won at silver syn obviously again, some questions about the strategy there. So it really was just a case of a mixture of leclerc's mistakes plus poor reliability from Ferrari. And every single time it was always Verstappen and Red Bull there to pick up the pieces, their capitalise, and that's what really swung the championship around over that summer period. So it sounds like then the things that we've all read about even became a bit of a running joke, although not for Ferrari about operationally how they fluffed their lines at times this year. But let's talk about the basic car concept. Where has the Ferrari bin fast compared to its competitors? And do you think that over the next four races and what Ferrari do next, they'll rethink their car concept or is it a case of refining the car concept? Fundamentally it is a good car. I think we can't get away from that. It's clearly had the pace obviously to win races this season. It's got four wins. It probably should be maybe around double that. I don't know, but they are in a good spot with the car, but I think the concerning thing for Ferraris is how much for step forward Red Bull has taken since the summer break. You look at, again, France and Hungary, the two races before the end of the summer, both of those really leclerc should have won again, France leading, made a mistake, spun out, that was it. And in Hungary, we all saw that big, big time mistake by Ferrari fitting in with hearts. That obviously backfired so badly. And then, yeah, then we come to spa and it's just Red Bull domination. There's nothing for our can do to get close. And even though over one lap, they do seem to have the pace. The big weakness of the fryer, I think we've seen has been the tire degradation, they just can't seem to get the stints to run as long as the Red Bulls to be as comfortable on the tire and as consistent as what Red Bull can do with the RB 18. So I think that's something Ferrari really does need to work on. And I think the other thing is that the car just seems too draggy. Red Bull have got this really good setup with their car where yeah, they can whack on loads of down force, but yeah, they still don't have as much drag it would seem as what Ferrari and Mercedes do, even when they're maybe trimming it out a little bit. So it really does seem like I think Ferrari do have to maybe look at the car concept. Know that they're on the right track definitely but Red Bull has got some elements that I think you really do and I think all teams are in the same boat have to look at and say, right, how can we best replicate that? Because that does seem to be the best way to get about these 2022 regulations. The good news for, I think, all teams is going into next season the stability in the regulations means that you can maybe look at these final raw races as being more of a, yeah, sort of a period to refine and look at what you're doing and not think right when you need to tear up the sort of the rule but completely and completely change what we're doing that we can try and refine it a little bit. But they've got to get on top of that tyre deck because there were pictures going around after Suzuka, even on the intermediates, the difference between the clerk's tyres and Verstappen's tyres after doing exactly the same stint length. Leclerc's were bald, they look like slicks almost in some places and Verstappen's look like their barely done a lap. It was quite crazy. So yeah, I think for I definitely going to look at Red Bull strengths and think, yeah, this is what we got to try and try and achieve moving forward. Going into the new era of less aero on top of the car and more down force generated from the bits we can't see as fans, we saw particularly, I think Ferrari, there's two new terms that we've all been using this year is bouncing and porpoising, and apparently they're different. I'm still trying to understand fully. But we saw that a lot from the Ferraris and we saw the drivers struggling. But what I asked you about this earlier in the year and you said, look, it is very complex, but both Ferrari and Mercedes really suffering with the car's bouncing around and yet Mercedes still even after a big update in Spain. Don't seem to have found a sweet spot with their development. Ferrari seemed to have been able to either develop around it or drive around it. What's been and then Red Bull don't we don't seem to have been talking about that with Red Bull. So specifically, how Ferrari coped with that this year? Yeah, they've done well, they have. We saw in testing, I think it was the clerk's car where we saw his head bouncing so much. And that was the really the moment where everyone went, oh, this is a new thing. What is it? And then we all learn what porpoising was. And I think that it's, yeah, it's one of those things that Ferrari did get on top of and they could kind of say, look, we are porpoising, but the cars still quick, like we're able to manage it. We're able to get it under control and they didn't see the driver sort of having these same issues that the likes of the Mercedes drivers, Lewis Hamilton and George Russell were having.

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"ferrari" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

05:52 min | Last month

"ferrari" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Sport dot com and also sport magazine? I'm Martin Lee, and this is the auto sport podcast. Formula One 2022 could have been Ferrari's triumphant return to the top, a drivers and constructors world championship were in play. Three races in, Charles Leclerc was 46 points clear of eventual winner, Max Verstappen, and more importantly, Ferrari looked like they had pace in their pocket at the start of the year. In Suzuka, just over a week ago Verstappen's title was more of a coronation or a formality with the margin of a 113 points over leclerc and in Austin this weekend, Red Bull could well clinch the team battle two. Ferrari weren't just bested, they were well beaten. With four races to go and no major rules change going into next year, today we ask, what next? For Ferrari. How much of a missed opportunity was this year? How far away are they at the minute from beating Red Bull and what the drivers can take forward into next year, let's get up to speed with auto sports, Luke Smith, Luke, welcome back to the podcast. Thank you Martin pleasure as always to be on. So let's look at the F one 75 as it emerged in testing in the context of recent Ferrari history over the last few years. What did you make of it? I think the initial science was very, very positive. I think everybody saw Ferrari coming out of the box pretty quick. We always expected a big upward swing from them given just how bad 2020 in particular had been when their engine was obviously so far down on power, and they made a good step forward into 21, but we knew that the regulation chain for 22. That was their big opportunity. That's what they put all their chips on to really try and make a big step forward. So yeah, when we saw through testing that Ferrari were looking pretty, pretty strong, pretty comfortable. I must say, compared to what Red Bull and Mercedes were doing, Mercedes in particular was struggling quite a bit. I think there was a definite sense of expectation that, yeah, Ferrari may well be back. They may well be really in the hunt this year for both championships once again. We knew they had two very, very good drivers who just needed the right car underneath them. And I think that, yeah, what we saw in testing and then obviously into the first race in Bahrain, that kind of proved the point that Ferrari was definitely going to be a threat in this championship battle, also we thought. So in the beginning, we had Ferrari leading the season. For the first time in years, no dominance, Mercedes, at this stage of the year, how did Ferrari manage to take first blood? Well, the car, I think, weirdly, in what actually turns out being the weakness. So Ferrari as we get later into the season. But reliability was what really got them the upper hand to begin with. We saw that in the opening three races, Red Bull really, really struggled with that. We saw them lose both their cars later on in the season opener and Bahrain, Red Bull that opened the door for Ferrari to take a one two finish, and then once again, in Australia, then Friday they were clearly quickest, Charles Leclerc was controlling that race, and then another fuel pump issue hit Max Verstappen and forced him to retire Verstappen, as you said, was a long way adrift of leclerc in the point standings by that time and the season. Even then, max was saying, oh, it's going to take a lot to turn the champs around now and 46 points behind or whatever it was. And now we are forays from the end of the season and it's all finished already. So it shows how quickly things can change. But the Ferrari code just looked like a very, very good old rounder at that point. It was clearly very, very strong through the corners. I think that was a big, big thing. And I think that it looked like it really could go toe to toe with Red Bull. They look very much sort of equal pegging, but Ferrari actually seemed a bit more reliable at that time of the year. And that would all turn around as the season wore on, but I think that in the early part of the season, it did really look like Ferrari and Red Bull. We're going to have this ding dong battle right the way through back and forth to the end of the season because it was a really good start by Ferrari. A lot of good confidence. I think from the team, even in imola, we were talking about do they need to get behind one driver or the other, do they need to put all their money basically and everything behind the clerk and if they're going to win this championship, it's all kind of faded to nothing in the end because here we are for a season and Ferrari not even close to winning that breakthrough championship. So as things began to change for the worse for Ferrari. What happened next in the season and was it something sudden or was it a slow kind of drip drip drip of them losing performance? What happened next to bring Red Bull and well specifically Max Verstappen back into the title hunt. The performance definitely did start to move more Red Bull's way. And I think we didn't see that take a huge swing really until after the summer break. I think that's when you can really say Red Bull moved clear and definitely had the quickest car. But up till then it was very, very even between the two teams and I think if you look through the sequence of races, you look at imola, for example, leclerc and Verstappen had that very close battle in the sprint race, then the clerk made that really costly error come the race day and that cost him a surefire second place dropped him to 6th in the end. Miami we saw the Red Bull were just like a little bit quicker and able to defeat Ferrari and then comes the runner races where I think the season did seem like it fell apart for Ferrari, the Spanish Grand Prix, Charles Leclerc was leading pretty pretty comfortably. I must say in the opening stages Verstappen had already gone off and made a mistake. It looked like leclerc was going to win that race and the engine failed. He was forced to retire from the race. Then we get to Monaco again Ferrari in a good position. Leclerc arm pole position, finally trying to break this home race hoodoo that's placed right the way through his career. And again, they just get their strategy a little bit wrong. Leclerc gets stuck with traffic, ends up forth, Red Bull win the race with Sergey parrots. Azerbaijan, leclerc again, leading the engine fails again, Max Verstappen went. It all starts to add up, and I think that it was really a time when Ferrari, they clearly did have the ability to win all of these races. You look at that run

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The History of Really Horrible Ideas With Michael O'Fallon

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:40 min | 3 months ago

The History of Really Horrible Ideas With Michael O'Fallon

"Back to what you talk about post Vatican two, kind of in this area, this kind of period of time. What was it about that period of time, marcuse, you know, that really thing started to become, you started to see institutions pop up around this kind of globalist point of view. Well, if you take a look back to that time period, we're talking about between the early 60s and mid 60s and late 60s to have several different things that were happening at the same time. Number one, you were in a post Stalin era in Russia. You had a change within what was happening within Marxism and communism throughout the world. Both with internationally within Vietnam within Central America within South America within different parts of Africa and so forth. And then as well, you had within Vatican the Vatican two situation, which was happening within the Roman Catholic Church, you had kind of a reimagining of the faith, the center of the catacombs that took place just the beginning of Vatican two. And that's with DOM helder Camara, with many others, were basically they were intentionally trying to move the church, the Roman Catholic Church, to understand it as a faith of the oppressed, which then that theme generatively is then constituted reconstituted within someone by the name of Paula Ferrari. It's a good friend of ours named doctor James Lincoln has been hitting that quite a bit later. In Paul ferreri would write the book the pedagogy of the oppressed. And then as well, the politics of education. And in chapter ten of the politics of education, you would see polyphonia start to basically introduce everyone to the concept that basically what basically what this is is a catechesis or a teaching of these things, not just through education, but as well, you need faith, too.

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"ferrari" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

05:04 min | 10 months ago

"ferrari" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"To bait the Fords. The bigger engine forward and try and get them to break at the last minute, I think, to go and you pulled 30 to the car and put think it might have been bandini in it. And 30s was so he drove from lemon to maranello and had it out with the old man. And they also must have been a respectful exchange of views because enzyme continued to send Christmas cards and things to John afterwards. But the net result was that 30s left the team. For I just didn't have a replacement driver to lead it, left their challenge fell apart, even though it was a quick car of the season. And 30 ended up finishing second in the driver's chair even with a Cooper Maserati, which was not the best car in the world. So I think he should have probably been a double for our champion, but he probably was a bit ahead of his time in that Ferrari wasn't ready for a drive to come along, especially at Brit in dragone's eyes to reach of to build something great for our make the most of the facilities that it had over the opposition. So I think he should have achieved more. You might say that he was perhaps a bit argumentative, so he's a bit famous for falling out with people, but he won the world championship and his impact on for I was definitely a positive one overall. Matt, happy with cities at number four. Absolutely. Slightly ironically, given the reasons for a split was Ferrari is that 30 is probably the best team boss either. In fact, that he sort of insisted he knew how to set up his own cars button his drivers, which is quite amusing. But I think you just look at 64 and you beat the names or you look at the names he beat and okay, okay, you know, in like a consistent scoring system, I think Graham hill would have taken the title by one point where I'm not for drop scores, but a people he'd be obviously was much faster than teammate or much better over the season than teammate bandini who obviously helped him to the title, but Graham hill and Jim Clark gurney with the Brabham was super fast that year, but had a lot of unreliability, Bruce McLaren, Jack Brabham, obviously very, very famous names, but it's usually competitive season. There was a lot of unreliability spread throughout the field, but the fact that the fact he, the fact that he could convert it, I suppose, is to his credit. Wow, does anyone see number three? It's Ferrari's first Formula One World Champion, although a bit dubious a claim that considering in 1952, 1953, the F two regulations. It is Alberto ascari Joe Ferrari between 1915 1953 and one off appearance in 1954. 27 starts 13 wins and those two titles in 1952 and 1953, Kev, Weiss Gary and I'm three. Yeah, just take that point. We always include the formula two years of 52 for three because it was through the world championship. So it gets included. So we acknowledge that it was formula two at that point. But he was I think a match to Fangio. I think that each of them knew that the other one was the driver. And a scary part from being that. I mean, I think he was that good. I think he had he not been killed in a pointless sports car testing accident. Would have happened if he'd stayed at Ferrari or he'd gone with the D 50s to Ferrari in 56 and would fans of joined. Would you have had fans and ask are you a super team? I think that would have been fascinating. Anyway, yeah, he was very important. He actually starred in the very first Ferrari car so early on that he couldn't call it a Ferrari because he was still the agreement that he had had with alpha male that he can run cars with his own name. So it was the tipo 8 one 5 in the 1940 millimeter starred in that. He was persuaded back to racing after the war by Louisiana AZ and by 49 I think he was obviously it was him and especially after Jean Pierre Vimeo was killed. It was ascari and Fangio and asgar as she'd been 1951 world champion. Ferrari made a mistake with the wheels at the last race and handed the chattel to Fangio dominates 52 53 and actually the fry 500. It was the best car. But if you look at the other results, it makes it look like all the great drives do. They make a very good car look like a dominant gray car that deliver every time. But for me, the other thing that gets them on the list is one off return in 54, when lancer is still trying to get the D 50 to work. So you've got The Rain double world champion. On the sidelines and eventually he's able to give a Ferrari 65, which was pretty hopeless against the W one 9 6 Merck and even the two 50 Maserati. And proceeds to fight Fangio in the Merck and moss in the Maserati for the leader of the Italian Grand Prix. I know Tony brook just criticized that drive for being a bit over the top and flogging the car too much. But I think it needed that to be competitive with those two cars. Even fanja had enough in that race. So it's just those are the three drives of that time. I guess Gonzales as well. And so I think he's an absolute great. He's probably forgotten a bit now, but I think you could make a case for him being Italian's greatest racing driver since the war. And very key because he's Ferrari's first world champion. Absolutely..

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"ferrari" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

06:52 min | 10 months ago

"ferrari" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Leaving and all sorts. For me, keeping him out of the list was relatively straightforward as it was F one based. The Jackie X one, I think, is a good shout. I guess compared to obviously Kim and Mike hawthorn, he didn't get the championship done. How much of that was down to him? Difficult to say, but also for I was in a lot worse place when he left them than when he joined. I mean, they were in he wasn't able to now, whether that's a failing of Ferrari or him is obviously open to bait. But if you look at what Niki Lauda did, he came straight in after and Ferrari on the road to recovery. Was missing something. But yeah, I think probably X was in my when we were looking at sort of slots 11 and 12, I would say that ix and another person we haven't talked about yet, there will probably get to probably the strongest candidates for that last slot. As ringleader Alex, so we're allowed to throw around a couple of other names that didn't get in. Very quickly, just for you I was going to say, were you when it comes to hill and X? Are you getting rid of Raikkonen and Hawthorne or Prost, which what's the future? Or is it just literally push out number ten and put someone else in that slot? Okay, I'll compromise with Kev here. I think if we're going to argue the place of maybe slightly weaker world champions in Formula One history, I'll keep Hawthorne in the list at the expense of Phil hill, but I probably would bump those two people up. I'd take Raikkonen and I'd have X as a number ten, I think, on this list. Sound logic. Is that fair? For a change, it's fair. Right. Let's move on to number 7. Can it just be recorded for history that I have had Kim Iraq in a list that somebody else has argued out? Before they came right in and fans come for me, he was in my list. I also take objection to you saying he has his cult stages a bit of a legend as people who work in the media. One word answers are particularly unhelpful, so I always find that a bit annoying. Dealing with the media wasn't a criteria for the list. That would be. That would be another different list, which I'm not going to do. We do have a nice anecdote about cumulative and that involves you and I actually, I witnessed a witnessed him leaving the Formula One paddock for the last time after his race in Abu Dhabi whilst I was on the phone to you and so we were discussing what on earth we do in a race the result of this under multiple protests and how are we going to cover it and things like that. But it was just nice. I stood there between the media center and the paddock and coming from the back of the garages was a man in a black T-shirt with a woman, his children, and another man as well with them. It was Kimi Räikkönen noticed until he was literally right here there. It was just like, oh, Kimmy's off to live his normal life as a multi millionaire living into its land doing lots of skiing. And he just walked out. There's no fuss, no nothing, exactly as I'm sure he would have liked. And then when Raikkonen realized that Alex kellin orcus was the last face he had ever seen a Formula One palak that immediately vindicated his decision to retire. He immediately looked for a new deal to sign for 2022. I don't think he had any idea who I was just this man standing on a standing in his way, frankly as he was trying to get out. Anyway, right, we've gone off in a ridiculous time. Let's go on to number 7, extremely famous, Formula One driver. Ferrari driver is one Manuel Fangio 5 time world champion only drove for Ferrari for one season though. Made 7 starts took three wins and won the title in 1956. So why is Fangio at number 7 Kevin? Well, so this is a great example of someone who would probably be higher up most people's list of all time great drivers and they would be Ferrari drivers because he only did one one season and he didn't get on terribly well with Ferrari. I think probably because I did like playing the team drivers off against each other and all that sort of nonsense. Not for the first time. Not for the last time on this list you'll see someone who was prepared to stand up and point out of that was perhaps not the way to do things. So don't think Fangio is a hugely appreciative of fried and he had some unreliability problems early in the year, which you can tell in his autobiography irritated him and he actually did a request some changes in the team. It just goes to show even Fangio, then very respectful, fantastic figure. Yeah, even that mark of a champion, they know what they want and they go about getting it. But he had to be on the list because 7 starts through wins and it's probably would have been at least 5, had the car not let him down. One the world then left. So I think, well, fair enough. Ferrari were very fortunate really in 56 because in 55, they've been blown away, but I must say this, their car was nowhere near as good as the Lancia D 50. And they didn't really have a driver, I think, to compete with asghari Fangio or moss and then lots of things happened all in one game, Mercedes Benz Fangio joined and last year when effectively went bust and handed over all their cards to Ferrari. Effectively inherited a super team and then they just had to run the cars reliably, which they sort of did managing the end and Fangio delivered in the Maserati spent 97 beating Ferrari. I have to say, I have very little to add to that. It was essentially a marriage of convenience and three wins from 7 races. So 43% is pretty devastating. Obviously, that doesn't continue season after season after season. I don't know if you extrapolate it, but for a moment in time, it's brilliant and what is it is where one is fourth or 5 titles so I think it's like that cheesy sort of adage that the star that shines twice as bright and he lives half as long as brilliant snapshot in time, great achievement, but I don't think you can really use 7 Grand Prix as a basis to argue one of the all time greats. Let's get absolutely established. I don't think you can use that to argue any higher on a Ferrari specific list. Well, it's been one to number 6. It's Gilles Villeneuve Ferrari racer Ferrari between 1977 and 1982 made 66 starts took 6 wins but was no titles. And this is really interesting Kevin because it's he embodies the Ferrari spirit and the legacy and the reputation and all of that, but no success. So it's fascinating where you've placed him on this list mixing it all together. Wrongly no success. Politics in 1979, where he probably could have should have taken checked his title. All I think, well, that's a separate I'm working on the piece about that actually. Because I don't think that it's true. But it is the generally accepted storyline that Gilles spent his time just tooling around behind Jody in 79, which I don't actually think is the case. But the reason that he is what I find one of the most difficult people to place. Not just in this list, but just in great driver lists. Some people would think that he's absolutely up there vying for number one. And others say, wow, yeah, but he didn't achieve anything and flailing wheels and all the rest of it and he shouldn't even be in the debate. I think somewhere in between inevitably. And that's why slap bang in the middle..

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Trevor Noah: Moderna Chief Not a Source You Should Trust

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Trevor Noah: Moderna Chief Not a Source You Should Trust

"Day. Trevor, Noah gets the dummy today. Now I've long said, you take Bill Mars earpiece off. You take Trevor Noah's earpiece off. John Stuart any of them. Gobert, you put them in a room with a smart man or woman who's well read, and you'll let him talk for two hours. There will be nothing left but ribbons of them. There will be cut to pieces. By anyone who knows their way around a set of facts and how to argue. They're not that bad. They're not smart. They're funny, and they have good timing, they're good comics. But Trevor Noah is a moron. Cut number 21. And while most of the world is willing to wait and see, at least one person feels comfortable about making predictions, the Moderna CEO told the Financial Times he expects the existing vaccines to be less effective against the new variant of COVID. I think it's going to be a material drop. This was on vaccine efficacy. I just don't know how much because we still need to wait for the data, but all the scientists I've spoken to are saying this is not going to be good. So on the one hand, almost all the only cron cases have been mild so far. But on the other hand, the guy who stands to gain millions of dollars from new vaccines says we need new vaccines. Huh. If we don't make a new vaccine, this disease could be with us Ferrari. I mean forever. Sorry, I was thinking of something else. Now, look, I'm not saying that the CEO of Moderna is lying. I'm not saying that at all. I'm just saying, I don't think he's the most objective source on this topic, you know? I'll wait to hear what neutral experts say about a new vaccine. People like public health officials or the CEO of Johnson & Johnson. I mean, he's got nothing a game 'cause nobody's gonna buy his vaccines either way, so I trust him. And also, if we do need a new vaccine for this new variant, it's not a big deal. All right, people. I see people online being like, we're going to get a new shot every year. There's no way. Yeah, yeah, you know what? Maybe to not die, you might need to take 15 minutes out of your year.

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"ferrari" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

08:49 min | 1 year ago

"ferrari" Discussed on CarCast

"There's the dino ratio. There you go. There you go. So much better. Is that a two O 6? What do I call that thing? Yeah. So small, but two O 6 two O 6. Wow, I'm not too bad. All right, now that is a dino and maybe he named after dino, 'cause that's a target that he named himself dino. Well, we have to find out. 18 years old he bought that guy. 18 goddamn years of age. But also what year did he buy? It's 60. Oh, it's 76 was when it got sold back. And so what was $30,000 worth back in whatever 60 7 or 70 or? Well, let's just put it to you this way. Hard to tell. But 30,000 bucks in the later 60s, you could get yourself a decent ranch style house and canoga park or something out here. So it was minimum wage was a buck ten an hour, whatever it was. It was good. It was considered $211,000 according to. Okay, that's an expensive car for an 18 year old. Yeah, I was $11,000 is an expensive I agree. So we gotta figure out Chris, what one of those may have, I've not seen one of those cell in a long time that I'm aware of. But what one of those traded for in the last few years at any of the major auctions? Right, okay. Because I don't think one of those one Le Mans because that was the era where the four GT one. Yeah. And then it went into the 9 17 Porsche era after the Ford GT era pretty much. I don't think there's a Ferrari win. 69 or something. I think there was shoehorned in there. So you're not going to get Le Mans wins, but you're going to get but you are going to get a you could get Le Mans history, not this car. But the movie Ford V Ferrari had one of those prominently displayed. Well, look, if you're honestly getting famously getting beat by the GT 40s. Right. That's part of the story. What do you think one like that might go for? You know, that's I haven't seen it come up, so it's a crazy crazy thought on what something like that would go for. I mean, you know, Ferrari's always do very well compared to anything else. And Le Mans history even unsuccessful. And what was their 30 something of those cars? I have no idea. I think there was like 38 or 33 total of the peas. Yeah. How do you know? I think it was just up on this. Oh, that's been roughly in one of the descriptions. It said something like that. I don't know what it is, 10 million bucks. Yeah, I'd have ten to 15. Minus any significant Le Mans. Right. Because that's a game changer as we know. Yeah. I think it's a $10 million. It was funny. We were talking about there you go. Go ahead and read read it. What it says, max, finally. Surviving four 12 P cars are worth approximately ten to 15 million at auction. Well, there you go. We're both right, but I'm a little writer because you said ten and I went ten to 15 and it says ten to 15. On there. That seems about right. But so good purchase for dino at 30 K yeah, but he probably sold that a significantly. Well, if you buy it in 1970 for 30 K and then it sells in 1976. You've sold it for 28 K yes. I agree. The other thing I was looking at just as long as we're talking about Le Mans price and stuff like that, we were trying to figure out the other day we're kind of talking about the Porsche 9 56 versus the Porsche 9 6 two or stuff like that. And we're talking about some of those not really knowing what some of those Porsches were really worth and there's a couple of Porsche 9 56s which came after the 9 62 a little more aerodynamic. And some were brought at auction and didn't sell. I thought they were going to get, I don't know, millions. They got 2 million high bid or whatever. But I was looking it up just out of curiosity and one did sell like 5 years ago. Gooding a rothmans one for 10 million plus because it won Le Mans overall. Yeah. And so we've always said there's the price of the car to sort of the base price of a Le Mans factor. Well, it seems to me that at least 5 times versus one that ran at Le Mans versus overall winner Le Mans, you're going from 2 million to 10 million plus and that's sort of the story you're paying for. I think the Le Mans factor like when you're explaining is it's a little it's a little bit more when it is a very prestigious marquee Porsche Ferrari. I think the factors definitely a little less, maybe it's maybe it's not 5 times, but if it's, I don't know, Aston Martin or Nissan or something, maybe it's a little, it's a little less. But for Ferrari and Porsche for sure. But again, when you start with a big base, when you're starting with a $2 million base, getting the 10 million doesn't seem for some reason as crazy as I don't know a $100,000 car going for a million or million wine because of some, you know, that feels like it's a bigger jump, but yeah, that Le Mans factor is I think one of the most sustainable things. I read something else recently. I forgot who was talking. A notable investor, I forgot who it was. I don't know if it was like a Mark Cuban or something like that. But it was just somebody big in the investment realm going you know what's going on with the dollar what's going on with investments and what's going on with that world. And he was basically saying he's like art. He's like, cash is a mess and this and that and he's like, look at our look at the history of art. Right now it's the returns on these things are 14 to 17% and I know he was specifically talking about art, you hanging on the wall, but this is what we've been saying the whole time is something like a painting or an automobile with the right marquee or right artist or right story behind it. Is it the better place to invest money? I think it is. It's certainly more fun. Right? I agree. All right, let me tell you about our friends over at rock auto. All right, so let me bring up another subject here. Let's see. Jeep's got a grand Cherokee update, not interested. Although the grand Cherokee looks pretty good these days. And the new one looks pretty good. We're just getting into this era of small engines, hybrids and, you know, I gotta tell you, it is a halcyon days for anyone who's looking for an SUV. You know, SUVs, they had the Jeep Cherokee kind of first second gen, whatever. And then they had a Ford explorer and it was like, yeah, it was a truck that had a back seat. You know, just pretty bare bones. There's a lot of offerings out there. I mean, it seems like every day I see an explorer that's all done up or I see a Jeep Cherokee, or I see the Hyundai or the genesis or whatever, and I go, that's good-looking ride, man. Like, it actually is pretty good. The Jeep grand Cherokee, and there's a long wheel base, then they got their wagon ear the big one that's coming out..

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Italian Grand Prix: Max Verstappen on Pole After Valtteri Bottas Wins Sprint

The Autosport Podcast

01:22 min | 1 year ago

Italian Grand Prix: Max Verstappen on Pole After Valtteri Bottas Wins Sprint

"Vouch. we bought one one seconds qualifying at the twenty two nd. Two italian gregory beating max staffan with lewis hamilton fifth after making a poor start from among side us down robotic finished third mclaren ahead of his teammate landowners who kept hamilton at bay for the duration of the race which was disrupted by a fast lap crash for twenty months of winter. Pa ouseley ghazi. Briefy fit the mccaren of down. Your ricardo damaged his front wing as a result which went underneath his front wheels causing him to shoot off into the gravel. The crash about the safety car and ask as these call was recovered a clash between iki snow to number but cubits so usa came about the race restarted on that four of eighteen with batas romping to one point six second lead over verstappen with hamilton chasing. The two mclarens both tie as fast as the mediums of the cheerleaders. On the second mercedes recorded came home fourteen point five seconds behind the winner with norris keeping hamilton behind him who at times was even sliding around dramatically shall lead time. His ferrari teammate call assigned in sixth and seventh the former recovering from feeding on while at the end of f. b. two scientists ferrari had been rebuilt off his heavy f. b. to crash came highway started ahead of antonucci of nazi. The affirmation drive ahead of the charging such a paris to finish with the red bull. Dr having to make a couple of attempts to pause after martin's launch drove for that position.

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Italian Grand Prix Qualifying Report

The Autosport Podcast

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Italian Grand Prix Qualifying Report

"Asked me stop for one second sprint qualifying race experiment from fast place ahead of lewis hamilton. As mercedes dominated. Friday evening qualify at the italian grand prix. Hamilton's taizhou rival. Max chapman qualified fad for the sprint race. Which was set on base for on regret but finish my office seconds adrift of batas within benefiting from a newly fitted fresh engine for the weekend. Which will require him to solve a grid penalty for sunday's grand prix. Norris finish bull faucets funded by teammate. Daniel recall doing faith and guiseley in sixth call. Assigns union made a late improvement. Jump ahead of ferrari. Teammate shall apply and key three with like grappling with an intimate engine braking problem throughout key one and key to sanjay paris qualified. Pay nine in his red bull. While amaze antonio juvenile sea made it through to q three for the second consecutive race this time on home soil with the italian driver rounding out the top

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Dutch GP Qualifying Report

The Autosport Podcast

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Dutch GP Qualifying Report

"Stop taking pole position at the dutch grand prix it to the absolute delight of the sea of oranges the grandstands the red bull driver was until form throughout the day showing absolutely blistering pace and he did not let up. When it came to qualifying he will start alongside title rival hamilton. He came close just under four hundreds of max but he couldn't quite take that pole position. Teammate voucher brought us will be starting p. Three tomorrow ahead of goslett who was on fantastic form once again and secured a p four start. Charlotte cloud will lead an ferrari. Thaad right after pipping teammate. By just one hundredth of a second a strong performance from ferrari especially from the team humanity repack hall assigns call after a big shunt in f. p. Three antonucci of nazi was a standout performer of qualifying securing a piece. Seven any six hundred behind la. Mp five after solid showing from the affirmation driver throughout today's session. Meanwhile there was no can be rocketing on track today. Often news break this morning that he tested positive for cave in nineteen as a result wrote cubit place winding up p eighteen equally. The app came in p. a. m. p. nine with daniel ricardo rounding out the top ten on while the was several standup performances. Today that will also some shocks notably the elimination of sergio perez and sebastian vessel in q. One traffic caused issues for both drivers with such a missing the kochav seven hundreds behind sonoda on winding up sixteen. Sebastian vessel found himself stuck behind the house. 'cause of nikki to massive pain and makes you mce forcing best to abort his flying lap. The hospital was summoned to the stuarts. But knife i've action was taken off the stewards deemed. It was not unnecessary. Impeding with vessel reportedly also explaining to the students that were just too many calls in one place. We had to red flags in the session. Both as a result of incidents involving the williams drivers fastly in q. To george russell suffered from snack of either. Stay on the entry into the final corner ending up in the barrios. The red flag was bored out but he was able to get the car back to the pits but with sadly unable to rejoin the session. So ended up eleven.

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The Creation Story of SpidrTech With CEO Rahul Sidhu

Code Story

01:37 min | 1 year ago

The Creation Story of SpidrTech With CEO Rahul Sidhu

"That first. Mvp first pilot that you built how long it took you to build. What sort of tools you use to bring it to life. They they tell you that there's a lesson learned when you build an mvp they tell you to kind of start with a. You know like a roller skate. Skateboard than bill to a bicycle than a motorcycle than a car. And then a ferrari over time even though i read the book lean startup. I you know it's one of those lessons. Add to learn the hard way we started to fifteen. We're that horizontal techstars program new york. The product that we were looking to build at the time is not the product that we have today raise a precede round about a million dollars. Depart through some of the capital to to to learn some these lessons. It wasn't until we're like. Hey look we're probably not gonna get this out to market before. He ran out of money that we decide. If we're going to have to basically try something else. So i remember i flew out to burlington vermont. The former chief there. Michael sherline great guy. He had us out in his boat out on the lake. And and trying to brainstorm what we can do from there and one of the things he left us with. It's just keep it simple and help. Police departments solve the customer service problems specifically public perceptions in very important us. We want to make sure that we're providing the best service we possibly can help us compete while the customer service side with these companies like amazon. Etcetera that are driving up expectations consumer expectations on you know what to expect when they enacted services that kind of clicked for us and we decided to start something simple which is just an automated email or text that goes out to people if a report gets filed for them but just give them some basic information. That's it started.

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"ferrari" Discussed on The Business of Esports

The Business of Esports

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"ferrari" Discussed on The Business of Esports

"I bring this up because if you guys remember we did. A story was two weeks ago or last week. Got out Tesla being in pub- g. But you couldn't drive vehicles. They were just sort of like You know they were. They were just ours. Is there any severance cooler already. So much cooler. This may be a simple question to answer. is fortnight. Really at this point the best in terms of brand activation like does anyone. Do this. better invite no. I don't know who even tries. Allah duty do this eighties theme battle pass with a hard right and rant was really bad it was interesting concept but like so i just don't know who does it better than four honestly and i remember. I thought i was the showed. You guys this article As we were talking about tesla right and why why they didn't go to fortnight or someone you know. Why did they go to pudgy of all games and then we said oh for nice probably locked up with ferrari who you know and yeah i'm gonna pass on task for ferrari whether or not the fortnight gamers are. The ones that are buying for are easy to a different question here. But but the question being who does activation crossover collapse better than fortnight. The answers nobody. I think the real question as a business podcast we we should be asking is. What's this doing for epic and fortnight and keeping them afloat because you know you increasing any of their revenue. Is it keeping their users or are these just incredibly expensive Pr pieces in headlines that keep them relevant when they've realistically been dead for your now or dying for slowly dying for you know. Would you go by the a ferrari whatever skins or because it's not just the car right but they're releasing a whole bunch of cosmetics..

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"ferrari" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

F1: Beyond The Grid

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"ferrari" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

"Technical especially fuel made in england is crazy to think that all this happened in your first twelve months not only your first twelve months formula one but your first twelve months of harari. It's an incredible story. Isn't it what all came to an end for you at ferrari. Can you just describe your relationship with enzo ferrari at the end. Did you fall out with him. Absolutely absolutely not. I continue to have a also a professional relationship with the ferrari because they continue in my new position of over she motorsport. It was not only fear. But i also represent fear in the faa embarrassed. I continue to attend some meeting in to have some contact with echoed much more acceptable the full of lia meter. I went to see mr ferrari in fiorano in the mass of august. And they told me done. And i have to tell you the truth. I know you were right crony peppers but they cannot tell you the truth then of now i was forced to make this decision was his faction but me but and then today i was trying to fight for therapy not for allow my job losses to make ferrari winning and to the fan to what was the best in my idea. In my opinion the best and in everything you've achieved in your career were these two years. At ferrari the highlight of course. The victory montecarlo was special because they was born in the meet. The between the ramo. And tocado why i started with my patient in motorsport because ceremonies the famous envy of sunday over championship. He's the rally and the former. Every and monte-carlo i and my father in the main friends and they were already many timing monte-carlo for variety of santa monica was be like my second cd and the winning montecarlo. We niki and ferrari for me was was a festive day. Was a big celebration. So that is a very good memory and the second was. When i put the nikkei in copter they also was the moment of my life for the moment where they put wiki in incomforta- and the moment that they niki coming repairs. The ferrari gironde with a moment of millions fantastic now. I've just got a few more things. I'd love to ask you about those two races. That nikki didn't do it. The end of seventy seven. She'll feel nerve came in very raw very fast. Just can you remember the impression he left on you. I think to ferrari because they met requests for variety. Gdp love in monterey to give to ferrari my feelings and they came with joanna in davidson. Almost the whole of the la- wearing was waiting for ema wrong. Wrong game to the exit. Ways mr out. The quebecois's cab slang..

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"ferrari" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

F1: Beyond The Grid

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"ferrari" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

"The director of ferrari and they was the judgment more important of all her meeting with the folke for one construction association. It was the mr benyak clifton. Max mosley called the german can of course all these legends of the sport. So so we're talking. Nineteen seventy five. Now aren't we. That's when you make. The switch was after the cost that we won with stratus and then in november. I was first peaking in london with a former one could collector association. And i met for the first time. These are super stats for gordon sham. Concealing will be the max mosley. How welcoming world those guys. Then he very friendly was really good. Very good atmosphere. I was represented for and so nevertheless i was representing. Because if i was your victory often he loved that. So i was so i stopped the collaboration and the im to say. He was instrumental many times to make ferrari embedding access on more. Say friend to find the solution. Because harry was a real fighter really. Clever intelligent man and interest right to the control of the former one was a great businessmen separate but increased..

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"ferrari" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

F1: Beyond The Grid

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"ferrari" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

"You have to leave these moments through understand. Good out of the house stronger was critical. Hi everyone and welcome to be on the grid with me. Tom clarkson my guest. This week is a man who for a time was one of the most sought-after motor sport managers in the world. He made a name for himself in rallying before switching to formula one as ferrari sporting director in november nine hundred. Seventy five on the eve of what.

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"ferrari" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

F1: Beyond The Grid

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"ferrari" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

"But both of them were were very very strong. So you have all of these off track interests that you share with carlos. What about said. We said. It was a little bit of a different relationship. I so him a little bit more like an older brother. I mean he had so much experience that it was different. It was not the same type of competition that i had with. We said then. What i've have with carlos with carlos we're more or less the same age we are so competitive with everything severed moisture and so he was a little bit more. Yeah he was a bit less competitive with everything. If i wanted to win something he will basically let me let me win this thing and i'll be happy and he wouldn't care with gallows. It's a little bit different. I can see. He's so soapy stuff. If i'm visiting him at anything it can be the most stupidest thing and he will be so angry and same for me but with said what you've just described is only off track right on track. He was as competitive with you as the next person right. Oh definitely definitely then once you put the helmets. There's this whole relationship eat stops. You just think about the performance you just think about trying to extract the maximum out of the car and especially bittu the guy. That has the same car as yours did he. It awkward with sabe. I'm thinking brazil. Twenty nine in particular so clan down the side of sebastian. Federal himself up into fourth place festival. We'll get trs. Tell the retro pasta county now. Five back tougher now for the tax. Cut a punch caused by. Contact with his teammate sebastian. Federal so but then we came here. Didn't we there was the break the first six months of last year. But then we came here and you guys make contact again. Turn three in australia. Ferrari's birchall contacts. Yes they did. Both ferraris try to fight over the sign peace. Can you just described that. The debrief after those incidents. How hard was it between the two of you. It wasn't that hard actually. I'm in brazil. Was probably the moment where it was quite difficult. Were right after the race on me right after the race. Obviously with the heat of the moment is not easy then. I think the thing that was more difficult to manage is how much media are coming into play and putting a little bit of of excitement in this Trying to make things exciting and trying to make to the people that they are actually tensions when there weren't so we knew there were intentions but we also asked at every races. We came whether there was attention. And and yeah i. I think we managed eat very well and the there was never any tension in between us in sure. I think it was quite straightforward. Because whenever i do mistake. I'm just putting my hand up and that's it for brazil. Had my opinion he had his opinion. So and we never really got the answer that we we both wanted so Basically stayed like this but we dealt with it very well and there was not any tensions. How's your relationship with sebastian. Changed since you've stopped being teammate. It's very similar before very similar. Before i mean we always talk whenever we see each other. We we still have discussions conversations. About how is it going for human stunt. How is it going for mean in ferrari and and yet the relationship is the same now when you look at all the guys at the front of formula one they will have a very close relationship with their boss. Unthinking lewis hamilton toto wolff. I'm thinking max for stepan christian horner. Can you just describe your relationship. With ferrari mattie been otter is going very. Well i mean matia knows me since Since a long time now. Since i am in in gp three so he's been a longtime that he sees me coming. He was not at the position. he's now at the time but that didn't matter and now to my bus fills Feels great had a very good moments together now. We are in a slightly more difficult moments. But that didn't change that. Never change our relationship. We have a very good relationship. We are very close. And and yeah. Everything's going good ego to contract with ferrari that takes you through to the end of twenty twenty four. How much of a risk was it to sign such a long term deal couple years ago now. Well i've signed with for hurry so i don't call that i mean for me. It was an incredible opportunity. As i was saying the first time. I knew i was going to be a ferrari driver. I couldn't believe it and it's a it's a dream for me for me. It was it was not a risk coming was signing for five years for the team. Always been dreaming of so. Yeah then surely. Of course we are. We are going through more difficult moments. But that's only motivates me to to push even more the team to try and and and bring it back to where it belongs. Would you be happy to spend the rest of your formula one career in red. of course i will be. Yeah but i'll be more happy if we get back to winning Because that's what matters and i know that this is what matters also for the whole team. We are pushing like crazy to try and combat a twinning. Because this is what this team is used to because it's been a rollercoaster as an i. Think back to twenty nine nine bahrain. Your fast pole position sitting that in front of me. I'm convinced you're about to win your first grand prix and then of course reliability comes into play any finished third but to hit the ground running so fast with ferrari. You must have had to pinch yourself by then. I felt incredible can remember exactly like the the greed especially i remember. It was very very very busy. There were like. I don't know like thirty photographs around me before. Getting into the car. And i was trying to put myself in my zone trying to not think about too much about the surrounding i did it but starts then came back to the leads pulled away that everything was in control and then the failure another failure but we had a problem with the engine which costs us to win. It was a difficult moment but on the other hand. I think i kind of proved to myself that i could do it. That what counted the most these day even though it was obviously difficult to lose to win. That's interesting so it's kind of a confidence thing. A breakthrough moment. In that way. I deserve to be at the top table. Yes no i. I deserve more. I can do it if i if i put everything i if i don't do any mistakes if i do the job in the car i can actually fight for victory and from that day. I knew that this was a possibility. Charlene knew that you knew that already. I.

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Austrian GP Qualifying Report

The Autosport Podcast

01:25 min | 1 year ago

Austrian GP Qualifying Report

"Qualifying the australian grand prix gave us a show. Ending with max. Stop with yet another pole position and starting alongside him on the front very smart will be none other than landowners. Who had a fantastic session today. Sergio perez loaded into with the mercedes drivers training in fourth and fifth after they were unable to improve in that final key. Three laps as was the case. In last weekend's grand prix the sap inset poll on his first run in the final part of qualifying norris had been second off the opening runs and held onto take his best career. Qualifying spot peres jumped to third with his final lap which bumped hamilton brought us down as neither driver went faster on my second attempt in q. Three they were followed by the alpha. Towery papier as and yuki sonoda with sebastian vessel. Taking eight but he now faces a post qualifying investigation for appearing to impede fernando alonzo at the end of q. To george russell to ca- sensational ninth for williams in his fescue three appearance for the team. Which a call through to the final part of qualifying for the fast time. Since the twenty eighteen italian grand prix russell had anyone attempting kitri but managed to beat launched. Show to ninth place. An impressively managed to qualify on the medium compounds. The ferrari stayed on the medium ties throughout q two but with knocked out by russia's final effort call signs lead charlotte in eleventh while daniel ricardo was unable to find enough time on his final run and ended up that team.

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"ferrari" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

08:45 min | 1 year ago

"ferrari" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Course coming in along so ibis in In two thousand fifteen. So how do you think he's gone so far. Hayes was the move that kind of set everything. Alfred ferrari dropping battle for for science in this change in attitude from ferrari remembrance. When you had vessel. Anne reichen into compares heavily to comparatively old plotters compared to the klatten science. You know obviously who definitely offspring chickens Shift shows this move towards youth. The show this move towards your experiences great but at the same time we won't drive as a young and hungry i can go off to the championship can go gets it because twenty eighteen was a fantastic job scheduling title and reichen was kind of not really anywhere and vessel stuffed in the woollen brandis heights. Really with this situation. You have now. When sciences on niklas performance level which. I'm sure you will be because he's had a very impressive starts this season. He's got used to that. Ferrari seems to be quite drive. A friendly in that regard schori sets get used to it and in the past drives moving to ferrari had a tough time for a couple years. I writing in two thousand fourteen year in two thousand nine where massa was out and they had to bring drivers it and they can get on top of it. This is very drive. A friendly and scientists enabled so of understand it and he's not quite on the class level yet but there is a situation. Where if rory's now in will ends up in the future in championship battle unlock stuff's in the wool. Ferrari has somebody in signs. He can get either get class backup. Kick him up the bauman moving again or can take the reins from south and take on the challenge. That's what they've gotten. These two drivers and i think she'll claris his number. One is you've said in science doesn't got level unjust have time with that car to felice over. Half the symbiotic relationship with it. I think it will be went. Be too long until they're all not level together and ferrari than has the best line on the great wet by drivers potential champions. Really that's fair enough. It's really interesting about science. Just speaking to him in back after qualifying of course he resented ended up in the war because of went off in sympathy with scenario because he was just unfortunate for the second key three in a row. He was the first car on the scene after they've been a crash the ultimate let's red flag goes of course he's teammate. In monaco. ann is easiest guy he said. He's all the lockup he needed. That was an incident head. And as soon as you get on the break stop it harder and that the car around. That's why i ended up in the war and he's he's absolutely livid about that whole situation because i think he. I made the point in in the feature that if it wasn't fully clubbing being onset sued in portugal by the the winds gusts. He could be looking at six neil qualifying deficit which ashes. How amazing he's been so. I think slightly ever skews it because i thought i think science very unlucky regularly in qualifying in those those events in monaco. And back you and you can tell he's furious about. He's got that far. He's got that desire. He really wants to demonstrate. He's absolute worse than that you know. He's not just adds poplar. He's that's a win and be successful. Ferraris well which is really really really strong and you know he's he's. He's demonstrated pace. I think he was very strong. And behind data. Oh with monica. I think was never gonna be rehire. Hurrying it he excelled in you know when it came to. You know that mechanical up and that sort of needing to get the best out of the package that they needed accidentally and became you touched on this earlier. Do you think con science genius pushing littler to great heights because again i say this feature is not quite a pattern yet as noticeable that science tends to lead the way in practice early in qualifying delivers a which can of course be demoralizing. You said earlier. Yeah do you think you think he's pushing on his teammate. He's well. I mean i think the probably the point. Now he's just operating at such a high level of you know you. You should have the lewis hamilton approach of your wise racing an imaginary car that slightly the new so it doesn't matter you team is but yeah i'm sure your sciences at a different challenge to vital like a spent force last year i completely agree with with what j. saying about it really shows for always mentality you know they were. They were too conservative for too long with dr arnn up and now they've got really good one. I find science really interesting case because you know what you were you say when drivers are performing the midfielder to get get a chance to the top team and then you find all and number one number two you know we know what as the number two now we know perez number two we know maximum louis the stars we know louis know the clerk is asleep star but i don i don't know yet where four with science i have a feeling he's going to be what i would call it a one and a half and i don't mean that as a kind of sitting on the fence i mean the nico rosberg way in the he's very very good but to be a full on number one will need to be the top of his game and have a little bit lock in a given season so ferrario neilly into twenty three and lick has a couple of poor start souvenir and obviously think science to be good enough nick champion of him but if you were to play out ten between the two of them aired be nine one. I think that's the same kind of thing is with the hamilton ross. Bair i think that's probably where slot in but you know. That's very much conjecture this point. Nothing he's i think he's very very good and i think ferrari actually right with their driver lineup decision. I'd i do agree with that. They have and i think there's there's a there's a real world of example tobacco this up and that's the twenty italian grand prix. Peer ghastly wins the race. Famous chief avatar. Who's the best driver in that race but country mile carlo science junior because if lewis hamilton doesn't mess up close pit lane and wins science still going to be second on the road and that would have been an incredible result. It's just frustrating. That he he he lost the wind. Gosling okay. He performed brilliantly but he did get up fortuitously by by the red flag above the safety car. I love particularly about that. Performance is the radio communication. When they're going kimmy ahead. Not giving the to gasoline tight. You tell him i got. I'm going for. He had no intention than gases at the front. I'm going off to hear me new from the moment. He was in that mid patron on his way through. That was his target. It was not out during throwaway points. Had he had the mentality of a winner which was yeah. But where's the leader gone. There is or can get to him and he got pretty close. You know another lap what it could have been really interesting so now i realize i think he's got the right mentality i think he yeah. He seemed the seems to be really gauging. The team in your piece of said they seem to be feeding off each other nicely whether that would you know if you suddenly put them in a championship. Winning car and science is used to the use of the team. And he's on a par. Does that continue. That usually puts pressure on a relationship. But at the moment. It's kind of sweetness and light. Isn't it so Yeah i think be interesting to see how that develops the rest of the year. Absolutely absolutely well. Let let me fine on corporate topics. We're going to talk to him in this podcast and jbl ferrari mclaren basis battle behind the top t. Because of course they're they're scrapping p. Three and you know if it wasn't from as i even ripple being around this could almost be thousand seventy thousand eight again so how much you enjoying also renewed fight. It's just nice to have baffling on the track and over last year we had this massive midfield scrap wet one of any five five or six teams could be head of that midfield. Pack gets a little bit more condense this year but there are more stronger basle between the front two in this battle between a mcconnell ferrari facade other battles behind that as a way something getting on the thing is it's so hard to cool at the moment as well because mclaren good onset places for our. He's good at certain places. I think the star standout drive out of four of those drivers have been landed in our s The ferrari to you have been reopened more consistent but norris has just been transcending that mclaren the moment and not being pegged back by ricardo..

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"ferrari" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"ferrari" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Much. He's actually gone round the outside of a faster. Car on a high-speed corn. I looked awesome. And he hasn't been getting so he's still be making progress be hasn't been losing a front wing or knocking into anyone losing will. He's kind of got. That seems to be in that happy so now being aggressive without taking any risks. So you know. He's still improving. That's the kind of kind of scary thing where in the thing that i have to do. Now when you've got lewis. Hamilton say world championships. Who is trying to look for improvements all the time. You know the generation coming up behind. The they're doing the same thing really is interesting. Because he said ahead of the bahrain race he was gonna pick his battle of more wisely. And associate that to me. Now maybe bother taking them and say i'm. He's just going to get me back. But because that's not how these guys wind and he immediately did it in bahrain. It was again. It was on bought us on the first lock. Go ahead just pulled. The sanctity car from masterplans crash. But then yeah and then of course through again in in in basilan. The difference was that these on so desperate lunges. He was making it the start of oil and several occasions last year. I think it was his theory race of the grand prix and when he tapped around launch. Throw in russia. I feel a little bit. Soifer boss ask because if you are stopping leclerc norris and you see a spot as head of your even george russell. Emily of course then. You just think i'm just going to stick it in there because he's he's obviously not as much. He's not got much confidence at the moment. I think we'll we'll rice. Crafts never been east greatest strength. And you know he's on a bit of a down for whatever reason and and and they can put one over him and they know that he's vulnerable so yeah i mean would for trauma and actually he probably he could have tried on hamilton. The hamilton wounded in go round the outside. I think that's the counterpoint really southfield. If you're if you're in that kind of not quite in a mercedes position then you see boss asked these kind of a scalp to go for is in those first that first lap or two and they were one last thing on clan comeback t cave. It's just trying to someone and paddock. The last couple of races is made point. About sort of leclair's mentality. No he's been so praised and he. He's very revealing a very open about when he gets things wrong. And i think of that back you crash when he was twenty nine thousand smashed in the barriers and key to gps gpo turkey when he messed up the last couple of corners lost himself a podium and he was like no i did. I did a bleep. Race was very very furious into over the radio. Those aren't the sort of. I could never imagine mattress ever doing something like that. Like you ask a question about something. He's done wrong occasionally and his one. Of course you get a sense of. I did nothing wrong. And i never be committee that i ever did anything wrong. Because that's just he's fascist mentality. That's something that clearly. He feels he needs to do. But do you think that that is something that the claremont need to adopt more. He's gonna make that last step again just thinking back to the bronx dropping down the only back here. He was like why. I went around. Chicane so i felt i had to let lewis clothes back up and then louis co-stars backup and guys straight past whereas you know really. He was avoiding an an issue on the track. He shouldn't i it wasn't it wasn't gaining advantage. He was getting out of the way of something. So i think maybe could have been a bit more ruthless there so i just wondered. If that's us over feature you think learning more generally things there. I think what one is being honest with yourself when you make a mistake or you do. Something isn't quite right. And you know you're right verstappen. Never yeah he was still maintained today that he didn't change his attitude after making a complete dog's dinner of the eddie paul twenty eighteen because obviously he did and he's a driver for it so he does have that capacity to learn from his mistakes white emitted. That's the way as white proxy thinks he's going to give away some kind of magical advantage to somebody else by being honest about it so he keeps because if he didn't learn from its mistakes then he wouldn't be as good as as that's true of any driver any sports person they have to be honest and sales even if they're lying to everyone else it doesn't really matter they tell us as long as they're not lines themselves and i think that people under noise and george russell actually quite open about making mistakes and yet we're going to learn from say the that's the way they look more. I don't think it really matters whether you say you're learning from your mistakes. Not so long as you are. So i wouldn't say that the cut needs to change that. I think that the making the decisions on track is slightly different. And yes i think he probably needs to be a little bit more. Maybe a little bit more ruthless. He said he learned from austria. Couple years ago when the stepan did move on in which i think was was hard but fair and the class right well. I'm going to learn from that happen again. Silverstone he gave it back with. You know gave it back to max. That's absolutely fine. Yeah the thing was a marginal corsi wheat. We disagree on that as to whether he should have gone for now and the thing. Yeah you probably. He probably needs to get to the point where he's getting a chance. He's to chance utah and then if he gets a penalty he gets a penalty if he gets away so he probably needs to be. Maybe a smidgen more ruthless but overall i think he's yeah he's he's the full package is just fine tuning really now. Just just very briefly. Give my side of the argument about him. And i think is at a split-second decision to make it. Because max rescues really really fast when he's over the and so i'm pretty sure that has been gestures now that he didn't think radio wasn't working on c. Left the pays off the red flags he think wasn't sure whether it was going to be standing star or a safety car so of flying as it was i was saying may also be a function if the way that modern modern one is in the everything is a communication and conversation with the with your pit crews and coming in now my knowhow extend stint. What settings all this kind of stuff and other tightened up a little bit over recent years but there the drives it just used to having a constant conversation discussion about decision making and it may especially at things like restarts and sometimes you hear you'll hear someone that hamilton guy right now. Talking now i'm into instinct race craft mode and maybe a safety car restart was kind of mixed between really whereas obviously back in the seventies earlier. Just make up as you go along with it so it may be. If we're being generous it may be a slightly slightly guilty of a victim of that but there's no way if it's yellow around verstappen would go. No no no charles. Please get back on the track and continue leading the race or in very interesting to asli. We'll have to wonder if that will happen upcoming race and coming back to you. Let's talk about karlheinz. Gino's made made a real headline you beat off season story. This was leaving mclaren. Ferrari you know fulfilling of cliche every racing drivers dream to drive enough one for the ski area but yeah actually of stepping through a difficult task. Because it's not like daniel ricardo arriving at mclaren as a proven race winner or for example. Nice patchy vessel. You could see. Why ask the multi mid to high him as a four time world champion sciences. He still saw regard us up and coming even though he's been around for very very very long time of course coming in along so ibis in In two thousand fifteen. So how do you think he's gone so far. Hayes was the move that kind of set everything. Alfred ferrari dropping battle for for science in this change in attitude from ferrari.

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"ferrari" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"ferrari" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"Dean is a bloomberg intelligence senior. auto's analyst. I probably read more of michael. Deans research than anyone else on the bloomberg. No i definitely do and he joins us now to talk about ferrari's new ceo michael. It's been a long time calming. We've been waiting for a name to replace louis cavalieri and now we get someone i never heard of from st microelectronics designs. What like screen interactivity. Yes that's right. I haven't heard of amita and suddenly known to also investors but it shouldn't be a surprise because it was only back in april the fifteenth that john. Alcon the ferraris. Ceo and chairman. That's how i sit down. He wanted someone with a background. So that's what we've got to the moments all right but you know. I'm not a car geek. Like matt miller. And you kevin tynan. But i love the sound of a you know a ferrari down the street here. What happens when they become electric. A tough one because if you listen to the aficionados they will say you know. We don't want electric. That suddenly happened to porsche But we sing with the cat and it can be very successful and we've seen from the competing luxury brands so she's with lamborghini. Bentley rolls royce. They all have electrification strategies. That's the way it's going. And even ferrari. They're going to have the first battery electric vehicle in two thousand twenty five. You know this Yesterday i was listening to david west. And he was interviewing one of ford's big checks on their new pickup truck that It looks pretty cool. It's less than twenty thousand dollars. It's the maverick. It's a small small. Pick up truck. But it's going to be a hybrid and david said. Why didn't you go foley. Electric like doing hybrid was almost a fail. No offense to david. But that's kind of the general. That's the general thought right now. Why is fully electric. Considered better than the hybrid. Which to me is a far better solution. Well i think he sold to do if valuation if you look at what is valued and the legacy automate makers won't wants to have some sort of tech i'm valuation rubbing off on them and they can't do that unless fully electric or that's the perception and that's why volkswagen has had such a good run this year because it's jumping in with both feet in terms of full for electrification and there's probably can take by two thousand and twenty four and high seen as a halfway house you know still you know combustion engine and only half electric and you know in the future. Uh we'll be fully electric. I'm sure boy all right so michael. Where is ferrari You kinda suggested that. They're behind some of their key. Competitors like portion lamborghini. Is that the cost of this year. Has underperformed shockingly. Yeah yeah i think..

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Azerbaijan GP Practice Results as Perez, Verstappen Dominate P1 and P2

The Autosport Podcast

01:37 min | 1 year ago

Azerbaijan GP Practice Results as Perez, Verstappen Dominate P1 and P2

"This weekend. Formula one returns tobacco azerbaijan. And a wreck has topped the timesheets. Embrace sessions with max In the one and sergio perez fosters imitate to optimizing back year. The drivers wreath minyard's themselves with the track and clearly trying to determine whether they could push by how much with multiple causes ended up for me escape birds and also a few spins but in max zappin set the fastest time. The one minute forty three point. One four eight of the soft followed by the ferraris of show class and call signs. Daniel ricardo had a good session finishing p five while source spin from his teammate london. Norris but fortunately there was no damage later in the day. Sergio perez the times with one for two point one in f. to attend ahead of his teammate. With staffan by bicol assigns. A red flag was brought out when nicholas the. Tv's call came to a stop to to the engine overheating. i'm not signal at the end of his session. Despite setting solid times throughout the day charlotte took a trip into the barriers at ten fifteen which resulted in him. Losing the front wing and bringing out the safety car an usa interrupting the software runs a face behind him. Offer disappointing weekend in monaco. Things want looking great for mercedes today with lewis hamilton. Even coming on the ray j during the second session of the day saying but he doesn't know what the time is an f. p. one hamilton finish p. seven and voucher us ten whilst. Fb to neither mercedes made into the top ten how much and finishing p eleven a second over pace of such a peres while tasks was down in peace

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Monaco GP Qualifying Report

The Autosport Podcast

02:14 min | 1 year ago

Monaco GP Qualifying Report

"And incredibly close qualifying session in. Monaco comes to an end with charlotte taking pole position and finishing his session in the wall. We knew that we were in for tight battle. After the ferraris top times. Fb to and today. We had a grouping qualifying session. This will seven different teams making indicate. Three charlotte took provisional pole after his fast with a one minute. Ten point three four six around two tenths ahead of max. V sapin without us and call signs behind as the drivers attempts to improve times in the final moments of key. Three shaw made contact with barry at the second part of the swimming pool breaking his front suspension and then ending in the barrio on the exit. The crash brought out the red flags stopping the session and putting a stop to any potential improvements. His closest rival was max and vow chery as a result show held onto the pole position as long as his gearbox does not need replacing which would penalties he was stopped p one tamar alongside max without serie and such a perez lining up on the second row land norris. Npr gasoline by in strong performances in key three managing p five m p six respectively with londonorce zero point two seven four seconds of poll. You may notice. I've not mentioned the current championship lead just yet and that is because it wasn't such a strong day for lewis hamilton who was struggling throughout the session unable to put together quick enough to be in. I shelter poll and instead off to suffering a front left lock up. Interest was three quarters of a second off of showers is time and he was stopped. P. seven tomorrow vegetables stocks. Pa with the second. Red blue sapphire peres p. Nine who run into traffic on his run on the top ten is rounded off tannoudji of nazi insecure. Three for the fast time this season we lost esteban alcon. Donald ricardo launch stroh. Kimera can and george russell in key to on especially disappointing day. Daniel ricardo who have coolest is a race went ahead and absolutely loves driving this track in q. On all of the monarchy's knocked plus robert surprising late financial alonzo. Who will stop p seventy tomorrow. Right behind yuki sonoda nickless. He feet was fortunate enough to have his cover pat in time for qualifying offer his pay three crash and he'll be starting ahead of nikki. Massive pin

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459: Spanish GP Qualifying Report

The Autosport Podcast

01:36 min | 1 year ago

459: Spanish GP Qualifying Report

"Qualifying day in spain. And it's an absolutely incredible one hundred pole position for lewis hamilton. An amazing achievement finance another pole position for mercedes. You have grabbed po at this track. Every essence twenty thirteen newest will be joined on the front row by max stopped with three hundred between them whilst battery blocked us and charlotte lock will be lining up behind on the second bar. We didn't see top three improving on their final runs with how much actually don't want at the exit with an ultimate corn by didn't matter as neither the stop an off as managed to improve that times either charlotte did manage to set personal bests in his final lap with alpine of estevan splitting ferraris. M p five and call signs behind impe six daniel. Ricardo bounced back from last weekend's qualifying finishing seven fastest beating saggio perez. Who spun at tom fatty on his last. Run and ricardo also out qualified teammate. Landau norris who came in p. nine. The top ten was rounded out with finanza alonzo and notable absence from keith rate was gasoline who despite looking quick in key. One was eliminated in q two for the first time in twenty twenty one and he will line up p twelve tamara in-between the aston martins launch. Tro and sebastian vessel antonio g. of nazi came. Mp fourteen ahead of mr saturday. George russell mp fifteen who again managed to make out key one and in doing so we saw. The elimination of yuki sonoda was quite the surprise about quite straighted team radio. Finally we had kimmy ryan. Mp seventeen ahead of schumacher nicholas fiamme nikita miles

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Lewis Hamilton Wins Portuguese Grand Prix at Portimão

The Autosport Podcast

01:45 min | 1 year ago

Lewis Hamilton Wins Portuguese Grand Prix at Portimão

"Right same. Portugal and lewis hamilton has claimed his ninety seven victory off the line. Valerie manage to hold him. Stop first place position and shortly afterwards. A safety car was born out. Because of contact tacked between the author amaze of kimmy reichen antonio gop nazi this resulted in front wing damage for be reichen that ultimately led to the end of his race. The safety car restart tests maintained. First place was peer to be caught off guard and lost his position to the zaphon however not long after hamilton whenever the overtake using the irs. I'm took back second place. A man went on the hunt for his teammate. And claimed the lead on lap twenty verstappen was the foster the top three to pit switching the highest with botas pitting straight afterwards bought bought tasks was not able to bring his up to speed quickly enough amber stopping attacked and grab second place in the moss few laps with hamilton dominating in the lead what has been decided to pitch again and have a show foster slab for stopping thought he had it until lap was deleted for exceeding track limits handing the extra point to bought ass saadia paris demonstrated his time management skills once again going fifty one laps before coming in his pit. Stop but those little more time to gain in this race however he did come home. People his best result since joining red bull another Drive from mannerist bringing Five off the starting the medium tires self and went on to claim that best of the response switching to the soft did not want nearly as welfare carlos sainz though he was clearly struggling in his ferrari and ended up dropping out with the points meanwhile following the disappointment of qualifying pay sixteen. Today was a today for daniel ricarda who managed to fight his way to p.

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Georgia's new GOP election law draws criticism, lawsuits

Mornings on Maine Street

01:20 min | 1 year ago

Georgia's new GOP election law draws criticism, lawsuits

"Street with Bill Main Bizarre is adjourned Sonny down. And with that House Speaker David Ralston, calling the 2021 legislator legislative session to a close Georgia lawmakers agreeing to a budget for the new year that does restore money to K 12 education increases. The mental health funding also pays nursing home operators more Now even know with that there has been more fuss about the state sweeping new election law, which has already been signed into law. The chief executives of Delta Airlines and Coca Cola, now calling the law unacceptable. Also Tyler Perry, who owns the giant Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta. Is speaking out about the new lawyer. Perry is joining other metro Atlanta business leaders, including Delta's CEO and criticism of Georgia's new voting law, He told the Hollywood reporter the law is unconstitutional and called on the U. S. Department of Justice to investigate its validity. Ford versus Ferrari Director James Mangold tweeted that he would not direct a feature film in Georgia due to the new law. While some agree with Perry and others in the production industry about the boycott. Others see the danger and blocking business in the state. Bernice King, daughter of the late Reverend Martin Luther King Jr tweeted that boycotting the state would disproportionately affect middle

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A review of the book, Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro

The Book Review

04:42 min | 1 year ago

A review of the book, Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro

"Jones joins us now from brooklyn. New york is the editor in chief of vanity fair magazine and this week she reviews the new novel by couso shapiro. Clara and the sun ra. Thanks for being here. Hi thanks for having me so for those who are not aware. Rodica is still one of us. We think you're at the new york times. She was formerly the editorial director of the books. Dusk before working at vanity fair. Where you've been now for more than three years right yet just a little over three years. What is it like doing that. Job in quarantine. We're so used to it now. I know so year. Old question is feels unless normal which i never thought i'd say but i will tell you this week. We released our hollywood issue which is traditionally an enormous photo production to create a three panel. Gate fold cover and it's a big group portrait so obviously in the age of group. Portrait's are rather challenging and unsafe and so we decided we needed an artist. Who would be up for the challenge. So we enlisted. Maurizio cuddle alon and pierpaolo ferrari. The italian conceptual artists to do a remote shoot with ten people. They ended up photographing people remotely over ten days on four continents all through laptops and you know very small local sets and it was really an amazing feat and so with every issue with every day covering the news. We are finding our way. I have to say. I don't know how it's been for you. But you know there's something about having new boundaries and new challenges that that pushes you to be creative and innovative. And i feel like that's what my team has been able to do. So it has felt very much like a journey. But i've been really really pleased with how creative we've been able to be and still sort of fulfilling that core purpose of entity fair to cover a range of entertainment reporting investigative reporting political reporting and iconic photography. And all of the stuff that we do best all right. I'm asking a superficial question. And i'll followed by deep one. It has to be slightly less glamorous. And i'm assuming that there's no vanity fair oscars party this year. I want you to know that for this podcast. I'm wearing my fancy sweatpants there in the rotation. it's our tradition to celebrate the oscars and and we are finding ways will find a way to do that this year. That is safe and respectful. It's an interesting year for the academy as well because even though movie theaters have been closed for most of the time and it's obviously been really challenging to get films out there. There has also been an explosion of actually really fantastic cinema and again presented in sort of innovative ways. And i know the academy wants to really celebrate that talent and so we are going to figure out ways to do that on our part as well all right. I promised i'd follow it up with a deep question. I don't know if it's steep but it's a literary question those of us here. At the time. I think all leaders of vanity fair and know that you are at heart very much A literary percent of book person. What has your year of reading been like in quarantine. I know you're usually at least part of at least one book club. Have you been having trouble concentrating on books. Have you found books to be refuge. What's it been like for you. I am ashamed to say that my reading at least for my comfort level has fallen off a cliff. So which is why. I was so delighted to get this assignment to review issue. Gross new novel because he is one of my favorite favorite living writers. And i am a complete us. I have read all of his works and will continue to read and reread them. As long as i live so that was wonderfully focusing and it was an opportunity to sit not only with the new novel but with so much of his former work and really think about it. But it's been tough. I don't know i mean i. I feel like for a lot of readers out there. It's been tough to focus. And i think that the thing that made a difference for me. Oddly enough was that. Because i was no longer commuting to work. I lost that staple commuting time which i realized. In retrospect is when i did a lot of my reading but it's that i do lead a book club of incredibly wonderful astute readers all women who work or have worked on wall street and so with them. At least i've been keeping up a minimum a reading activity. We just met last week. Actually and discussed martin mrs novel london. And we have a of great books lined up for our next meeting.

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F1 agrees to engine freeze for 2022

The Autosport Podcast

04:31 min | 1 year ago

F1 agrees to engine freeze for 2022

"I up and essentially we chatting about two issues in one segment. Here it's the main takeaway points from thursday's meeting if the f. One commission in the meeting unanimous approval was given for an engine freeze to come into play from start next year. Movies only really agreed in principle as the commissioners requested additional details regarding the freeze before it's formally confirmed the push Free was originally led by red bow hopes to take on the honda engine project off to the manufacturer lease again of the twenty twenty one john first of all. Because i think it's always worth giving it such a vague title is the f. One commission and more than has agreed upon in relation to this engine freeze at this stage so therefore the commission has existed for decades. Now it's always been viewed as carnival. The first stage of the the formal kind of rules process so their firewood would meet with say sporting directors or tentacle directors service spotting working group technical working group when they would kinda work on ideas and proposed proposed ideas then in the up to the loss congresswoman. You'd have a strategy group which evolved the top teams who would then vote on stuff that affected the top teams only which became a big bone of contention that stress groups. Now so what we. Now have the f. On commission which used to be made up of a mixture teams the f. won a few representative and engine many representative sponsor representative but now now the situation is much simpler. It's thirty members. Ten votes ten votes for one ten votes for the team Basically if you wanna get rules changed instantly it's now called a supermajority so the need for unanimous support is no longer there. It's twenty eight votes. Which means you can't have a situation. I had lost. Sight is blocked the reverse. Grace idea you'd need at least three teams began something for its get blocked so i think is a much better process now should hopefully ensure you know a bit more ensure bit more of a more structured process in a collaborative process as if seemingly engine freeze swing in the old days. You would have been unlikely to get full support for an engine freeze. But it's been work tons to fundamental is determined to bring a new era into one where things get done properly. We've seen the the first outcomes of that yesterday indeed. How big a decision is they. Sytems of what it means more could it potentially due to the future patients regarding the competitive order in formula one. Yes a massive thing. I think we've seen we saw the past few months ever since honda announced his exit from athlon redbook very constant. They said we've got lots of options very relaxed about things and even though there are only seems to be three manufacturers. They could worked with mercedes ferrari and renault. The rules sat side if none of them came forward to give supply deal when i would have to appeal because it supplies the fewest teams. So i think that But it was never something. The red bull really wanted to go down the avenue so they were always very competent than most at taking over the honda engine projects. Which obviously would be a huge undertaking. But they always said it was dependent on a development and f one for the engine side and that as being something that seems so gone back and forth on the past months. Initially you had red bull mercedes very much in favour. Ferrari were against it. Then ferrari goal agreement to bring forward new regulations for the power units from two twenty six twenty twenty five so they were on board but they wanted a balanced performance style mechanism to show no manufacturers called left behind the ladies. Were against it again. And sorta gone back and forth and so we finally got that none of station three. And yeah i think it is. It's very important for the competitive order because it means the ultimately once we get to the start of the twenty twenty two sees an your power unit is set then until the end of twenty twenty four and that's really really huge thing and it's been made very clear by those out in the meeting. There is no balanced performance. Sort of element to this. There's no that if you find yourself suddenly behind you've got to get some benefits. Maybe increased fuel flow or anything like that. Spare catch up again. It is very much that you've gotta get it right first time around. So it's i think bread bullets very exciting is a really cool opportunity to do something you and take on the honda projects which are saying through rights the twenty one but there is also the risk of if they don't get it right and the star twenty twenty than they're going to be stuck in a position for a couple of years so it's going to be pretty high stakes going into next

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Heat to use COVID-19-sniffing dogs to screen fans at games

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Heat to use COVID-19-sniffing dogs to screen fans at games

"The Miami Heat are using coronavirus sniffing dogs to screen fans who want to attend their games could the plan catch on a video on the heat's website explains the process with ninety detection dog will screen everyone in line by simply walking past and shows the coated sniffing dogs in action the dog signals on you by sitting down you and your group will be directed out of line and denied entry expected your Ferrari and says it's just one safety precaution along with the option of a rapid test as well as a mandatory health questionnaire and mask finding that specially trained dogs can detect Kobe on humans quickly and accurately code sniffing dogs are also used at airports in Dubai in Helsinki this follows medical researchers training dogs to detect things like low blood sugar and even some cancers I'm Julie Walker

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Albon Replaced by Perez in Red Bull's 2021 Line-Up

The Autosport Podcast

02:40 min | 2 years ago

Albon Replaced by Perez in Red Bull's 2021 Line-Up

"First topic for discussion today. Something actually we chat about quite regularly last year. But i haven't had the chance to go in depth on the costs over the christmas and new year break. I'm not reports driver lineup. Now of course we now know that. Sergio perez has been signed to partner. Max for slapping while. Alex album is team last year. And so the second half of two thousand nine hundred has been made. The team's reserve driver album also compete in the revamped. Dm category in twenty. Twenty ways efan commitments. Allow this and we understand. He'll be driving a ferrari. Four eight eight. Gt three alongside rebel genius liam northern. How big a hit. The think being mighty back to reserve driver an out formula one in terms of racing for at least a you know a whole calendar year. How do you think that how big hit that. he's f f one ambitions. yes he can. I think that it is so different when we saw by pierre gasoline daniel via meet similar fight when they were sent back to toro rosso and that them released the chance kind of rebuild that career and keep racing in athlon keeps it of all not rada christine made clear a few weeks folded station and the end of the season. That if alvin didn't get a rebel safe next year he will be our. Beth won't completely on on the sidelines. Although the team has said he's gonna be undertaken an extensive testing and development program with a view to twenty twenty. Eight doesn't really give much of a chance to actually sort of show. Boy he can do in really strike back and before about something the by them caveat when he made his his second comeback with taurasi s scoring podium nine and of cpi guiseley to an enormous two great right away three twenty twenty that were both able to rebuild and get these big results. The made everyone go. Oh well they're still decent. They're still performing and day. She for the albany. He doesn't really have the opportunity and going into a very sort of new. Dtm series with the gt three rules that they're updating ultimately not raced in ten tops. Ever i don't think so. I think that's going to be a big change for him and yeah i think it's just a it's it is a real big sat back and i think the full red bull i think just got say i don't really see what he goes from hits bonus nothing gets allows useful. Okay he's going to be playing such a big role in that too much to development. I think unless peres absolutely stinking year in that say realistically red bull going to be looking out. But if someone's come back with twenty twenty because are they need. Wii the perez goes beyond the initial one year contract. He signed or they'll look further into janea program if he's not has an amazing first year without tariff some let your e bits really stand out. I don't know me album just seems in this way. It's sort of purgatory state right now. I don't know where he's actually gonna

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Business Wars: Behind the scenes with David Brown

Podcasting Essentials

04:16 min | 2 years ago

Business Wars: Behind the scenes with David Brown

"Business. Wars is a lot of fun. It's when i first heard that this might be a possibility. Someone said the thing about business. Is that quite often. We think of wall street or the financial centers of london nerve. Tokyo shanghai but sort of solis sort of dry. The fun in business is always that human element and so the founder of wonder. Which is this podcasting company based in los angeles. He'd come up with this idea. What if you could kind of go deep into the heart of some of these great battles like coke versus pepsi nike versus adidas or nintendo vs. Sony your net flicks versus hbo even before that. You probably didn't have blockbusters. Did you have blocked jason lately. Yeah okay well so there you go. So everyone kind of connects to these major brands. Right and in fact a lot of us feel very think about how you have apple people windows people. I mean we invest a lot of our identity into these brands. Will that i think is what business wars is all about. We're sort of looking at these battles between these titans. A lot of these brands that have become household names. And we're looking at it from the inside out so sometimes you get a sense of how. The ceo or the entrepreneur started up a business because they wanted to get rich or they just wanted to get someone's attention sometimes. It's because they want to beat the other guy you know. They think they can do computers better. You think about the steve jobs story for example is those kinds of stories and when we started to go deeper and started to do some the early research on the program we realized. Wow it's calm surprising that this hasn't been mind more. You think about the recent movie. What is it the movie about. Ford and ferrari in a way. That's a kind of business where unto itself and it's so cinematic and there are these larger than life characters behind the scenes and those are the kind of characters we try to bring out in business wars usually at six episodes over the course of about three weeks or so with two episodes coming out every week and each of them has about thirty minutes long and at the end of these six episodes quite often will spend another thirty minutes doing an in depth interview with someone perhaps someone who wrote the book on this particular business war or maybe someone who knows a lot about the industry that kind of thing. That's what business was is all about. How did you come to host one of the most popular business. Podcasts wasn't an idea that hernan lopez the founder of came with or was it. Something you suggested it was it was actually not neither a. We didn't know each other he used to work for. You probably heard of the fox networks. I think there's a famous australian behind some of that famous. Yeah well he used to work for the international arm of that and he saw what was happening with podcasts. Several years ago and so he'd come up with this idea. Well i used to be the host of a program on public radio here in the states. it's called marketplace. Still on the air and it's a national public radio style program and it's heard across the country and i was based in l. a. And while there. I made a lot of great friends and rub shoulders with a lot of really terrific producers and one of those producers ended up at wondering in la. And i had since moved from los angeles to austin texas which is why more met now. And one day. I get this call. And it's from one of the former producers at marketplace and she says. Hey i'm working over wondering what's wondering whether it's a script podcast platform and my boss. I told him about you because he has this idea for business wars. Would you be interested in talking with him about it. He got on the line and he said i'll send you over a script and maybe we can just Just wanna hear you talk. And so we started talking and he said well. If you'd like it we'd love for you to do it. And it all happened very quickly. And i didn't really know what i was getting myself into. I figured maybe this will be a three or four shows and so now here it is about to two years at a couple of months into it later and We now have gosh. I don't even know how many episodes out there now but a lot

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