17 Burst results for "Ford Camp"

"ford camp" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

06:14 min | 6 d ago

"ford camp" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Biggest thing is there's a lot of speed, everyone in the field is supremely talented, obviously. And so, you know, race and with that group is, it's pretty fun. It's pretty challenging. There's moments where you have an eye opening experience where you realize that guy is really good, or that guy did something that's really impressive right there. And you try and build yourself up to that level. And that's what I'm doing now. And it's pretty cool to learn from that. You know, I feel like I've accelerated my ability as a driver so much in the past few weeks that it's pretty wild. Just being around great drivers like that will kind of elevate your game and I think that will show over time. Let's grab a phone call, Chandler in Indiana wants to chat with the Chandler, go ahead, your own with Harrison Burton. And their Harrison, hey man, I honestly love what you've done in the extending series. And this weekend is the all serious in Texas and you know it personally because you made that last lap pass on Noah Gregson. And I honestly was amazed. So I forgot. I just want to say congratulations on that. I know that was a while back. But I wanted to do it right now. And Harrison, I understand there's not going the way you expected but I always have a lot of hope for you. So what are you expecting how to Texas knowing that it was a place that you won and they extended a series? Well, you know, for me, it's a great opportunity because we can learn so much as a race team. And thank you for bringing up the win. That was a really cool way and obviously. You know, when you go with an all star type race, man, it's a cool opportunity. You get to try things, you get to be really aggressive as a team because there's really no points on the line. It was really one prize, and that's the win. And for us, we got to get into the open. So, and it's going to be a big challenge. There's a lot of good cars in the open, but, you know, for us, it's just all about being really aggressive. So I'd expect us to be fast, and I hope we'll be fast. I have a lot of confidence in our group that we're going to bring a fast piece this weekend and having this week. I feel like we've made a lot of gains as a group. And now we have kind of not a low pressure, but a lower pressure scenario to go try and play that out. And go try and get in this race and see where we go from there. So I expect to try and build off those Darlington in particular, I think we learned some things about our race car that we can make better. And build off that and see what we have in texts. So Harrison, there's a lot of thought and talk that the 14th are just going to go to Texas and kind of use it as a test session across the board. Is that a fair way to describe how the Ford camp is approaching the all star race this weekend? You know, I can't really speak for the rest of the Fords. I can speak for our group. In that we obviously are going there with the intent to run well. It's not just, hey, let's go practice. Hey, we're here to race. And we're here to try and do as good as we can. And it's all star race. It's a huge honor to be in any Cup race. And I think if you show up and don't bring that intensity to that race, you're going to get spit out pretty quick. So for us, we have a few things that maybe we wouldn't feel super willing to try in a race scenario, as far as a normal points paying race, but we might try this weekend. But really, we're going to unload our best stuff and see what we have. So for us, it's any races opportunity to build momentum at this point. And I think that we could do it this weekend. All right, well, best of luck in the all star race, we'll look forward to seeing you soon, okay? Yeah, absolutely. Thanks for having me on and I didn't know you started the kiss the bricks thing, DJ. That's pretty cool. That's a good little deal. Yeah, thank you. Yep, it was a crazy notion, but that's what my crew chief not Todd barrot, decided we'd do something a little different. So it's been really fun to watch everybody else follow suit. So that's the cool thing. Thanks. Yeah. Pretty cool tradition. Good luck, buddy. Good luck. Maybe you'll get to do it someday Harrison. You never know, right? Yeah. We're gonna go for it. All right, here are some Burton joining us here. Kristen Anderson, we'll talk a little monster trucks coming up next. I mentioned I have questions, Steve. You know, one of them is, can we get DJ to drive a monster truck? I think we should make that happen. Coming up next. The UK. Got Jordan cold Stevens still in the call to Minneapolis last round was insane. There were trucks rolling left and right. Oh my goodness. Cody spent the same thing to happen today. Absolutely. We were growing it down yesterday here in mini, so I'm excited for this show here. David. Look at this. Oh my God. All that news from around the league from the home of the Vikings on the next monster jam. I would have never thought if you had asked me 5 years ago when I got the news that I was going to be the first female to ever drive grave digger that I would ever be able to make history twice in my entire life. This is such a huge moment for me. You guys believed in me, all of you did, even the ones watching right now, you guys believed in me when I didn't believe in myself. And to all the believers and the non believers out there, I want to thank you both because anybody who'd never believed in me, it was you that pushed me to be this good and prove you guys wrong. So this one goes to you and the best part about all this is this just got to prove to myself right here right now in front of everybody in front of the world that I don't have to be thin as Anderson. I don't have to be Adam Anderson. I don't have to be Ryan Anderson. I can be Christmas Anderson. And that's good enough..

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"ford camp" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

03:37 min | 2 weeks ago

"ford camp" Discussed on NASCAR America

"It earlier, the components are not the right rear is not going to stand just slam it up against the car up against a wall. It would be better with this car to actually for the right front to get into it. And that's different than what we've seen in the past. I think the old days have put the two by four Nate in the right side. It's not going to work this week. I'm going to be the solution. Yeah, I don't think it is. I don't think it is either. Here's another thing. You see this like, so you just saw three wide into turn three at Darlington. When DJ and I raised the Darlington, you did not enter turn once side by side. You didn't do it. If you did, you wrecked. And it's become common to do it. And I'm really curious to watch with this car with so much less down for so much less I force if these tires wear out like I think they're going to, I'm really curious to see if they can get by with it. And if they do, do the drivers recognize the give and take that it's required with a super low grip car. They might work it out and be just fine, but with the cars we drove, you almost it was almost impossible to do it. So then are you thinking this was a veteran type weekend if I'm reading what you're trying to say? That's what I was going to ask. You and Steve with tarp sat here on Monday and we're just talking about how difficult it was at Dover. Kyle Larson spinning out at Dover. I mean, just like unfathomable that that guy would lose control of the car. And do they come into this race, maybe a little more gun shy? So much for talking about something. So that's the thing. So a group of drivers and I was one of them started going to Darlington and approaching the track differently. We started attacking the racetrack. And we started having success doing it. And that was unique. And I can remember some older drivers saying to me, you can't race 500 miles like that. And I would. And so these new drivers don't recognize the old Darlington. So the question is, can they get by with it? Can they get by with it for 400 miles with this car that doesn't drive well? We don't know yet. They don't know either. But the young drivers aren't going to look at Darlington and say, well, I'm going to take it easy. They're not going to do it. They're going to attack the racetrack from lap one. So with our teams, I know it's early, but we are a third of the way through the season. Ten races down. Are there teams you're starting to get concerned about Jeff that you're going, um, I wonder what's going on and why they haven't shown success yet. You know, the biggest, the biggest thing that I see right now is that I think Chevrolet is putting a hurting on everybody. And I just think Chevrolet is found a way to work together better with their engineering support, all the things they got going on there and Toyota has a good day than a bad day. Ford hasn't quite gotten where you would expect forward to be. I think everybody's playing catch up right now. So I personally no disrespect to Henry because to me, Henrik is the leader of Chevrolet. Sorry, Chevrolet teams, but that's how it's been since I've been in sport. And Justin marks in his group. They're trying to put pressure on him. But Hendrick leads that Chevy camp. Who is going to lead the Ford camp? Like Ken Stewart hasket going, can Penske get going right now, I don't see the Ford's being able to run with shepherd. I mean, certainly not after Dover, where you had the Penske cars barely able to keep up and we saw Ryan Blaney fall two laps down after winning stage two, just because it stayed green. That was not very good. I mean, Stewart house racing, it seems like Harvick is getting a little bit close to, you know, where he was, maybe a couple of years ago, but he hasn't won yet. Chase Briscoe has one, but it's sort of felt hit or miss. I wonder Jeff, who does.

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"ford camp" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

02:16 min | 3 weeks ago

"ford camp" Discussed on NASCAR America

"For him. Yeah. He's being a selfish race car driver, which, by the way, is what his owner wants him to be. And he has got to learn and he wants to. I've had this conversation with Ross. He doesn't want everybody to be mad at him. He wants to be a good citizen in the community. He's learning how to do it. And it doesn't happen overnight. He's a young race car driver and it's learning how to win races and consistently running the front. I can promise you, you raise different for third than you do for 25th. It's a completely different and he's learning how to do that. Yeah. All right, let's go back to the phones, NASCAR all joining us on NASCAR, American motor miles NASCAR, welcome to the program. Hey, thank you all. So up to this point, you know, I felt that Ford has been running good, Chevy, and there was Toyota. But after today in the last couple of races, especially with 7 now, like you said, Steve fuck's in her muscle and Toyota gained some ground, I'm feeling like maybe four to starting to get a step behind her. They're losing a step. What say you are, do you all feel the same? This seems clear to me that at Dover and I would say if I had to grade for the year Ford seems to be the distant third, they are very organized and efficient at Daytona, Cedric getting the win, but they had a lot of horses at the end of that race that could have won that race. And I believe that as the information is kind of matriculating out and as these teams are learning, it just seems to me that Toyota has some early cooling issues, maybe a mechanical woes earlier in the year. Since their past that, I mean, look at the rundown, right? You have a couple three Chevys, a Toyota, another chef. It's a mix up front. My bigger concern in the Ford camp is I would want to be excited about Chris buscher running 8. But I'm not excited that Chris busher ran 8 that's the best Ford. Great for RFK and Chris bush or sat on pole rain ain't that is, I don't want to take the wind out of his sails, but you're looking at the only forward inside the top. Well, no, I guess Kevin was behind him two Fords inside the top ten. You're looking at three Penske outside the top 25. Man, it's just, that's rare. Well on the season, one win. Right. And that's what they don't. I mean, you're talking about two with Briscoe. That's why brisket. I miss Briscoe. Two with Briscoe,.

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"ford camp" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

04:00 min | Last month

"ford camp" Discussed on The Final Lap

"Mentality. What's going on everybody? Rowdy dragon joining you as I do each and every week to keep you informed of everything, final app weekly, fantasy. And how about that race at Richmond? Was that a chess match or what? Okay, taking a look back at last week's picks that I recommended for you the 22 car Joey Logano, he finished 11th overall in the points. He had a ten point stage point day, not too bad. I think he could have done better, but it was not an overall bad day for his team. Martin Truex Junior, in the 19 car, he finishes in P one with the most points, 33 position points, 17 stage points totaling up at 50. That's a pretty good point today for you. And also, in the Toyota camp, we gave you Christopher Bell, and he also came in third most in the points. 31.13 stage points on the day totaling 44. Not bad. Pretty solid picks for you for Richmond. All right, so let's take a look at our stage leaders for the week for stage one. We have a tie, 19 spins 22, and BFE racing. And stage two goes to, none other than rowdy dragon. I got my first stage of the year. How about that? Can you hear that? That's me patting myself on the back. All right, this week's winner, Robbie gage, 241 points. Pretty good stage point total of 71. Even though I manage a stage win, didn't turn out so well in the end, I got a 64th place finish. Toby bested both carrying myself with his 18th place finish and where is Jimmy? Carrie Murphy finished in the 28th spot. Okay, so let's move on to take a look at some viable picks for your lineups for Martinsville for Saturday night. Don't forget it's a night race, under the lights. Flat tracks, short tracks, and momentum spells a good finish for the 11 car, Denny Hamlin, for this week at Martinsville. 32 trips to yet another of Denny's home tracks has yielded 5 wins, 16 top 5s, and 22 top tens to the team. Looking at the 11 teams stage point history in 20 stages they've collected points in 15 tries and have three stage victories, all is well again and Toyota camp. Look for the 11 team to be a FrontRunner, Saturday night under the lights. Another threat to win in Virginia comes again from the Toyota camp in the form of the 19 car Martin crush junior. In the last 5 races at Martinsville, he has won three times. It sounds a lot like his Richmond stats. About a third of his finishes are top 5 and averages about top ten 50% of the time. Looking at his stage point totals, he's collected points 16 out of 20 stages and also has three stage wins. And over the last 5 races, tricks has the highest laps led at 754, so look at the 19 car to be duking it out with his teammates up front Saturday night. So now let's move over to the Ford camp and Team Penske's Ryan Blaney. He's my third pick of the week. Blaney has the second best average finish at the paper clip behind Denny Hamlin. He's raced here 12 times just about half of his finishes yielded top 5s. He doesn't have any wins on the paper clip, but his performance on short tracks this season. It could see him with his first victory here at Martinsville this weekend. Taking a look at his stage point collection has Blaney earning three stage victories, just like the 11 and 19. He's also collected stage points in 15 out of 20 stages. And as usual, make sure you keep an eye on those practice and qualifying times to determine which of these guys best suits your lineup this weekend. All right guys, so once again, don't forget it is a Saturday night race. Get those picks locked in early, just in case you might forget. And go out there and have a great weekend. Thanks for hanging out and listening to the final app weekly fantasy segment of the show. I am rowdy dragon. We'll talk to you again. Next week. Dog food..

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"ford camp" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

05:10 min | Last month

"ford camp" Discussed on The Final Lap

"What's going on everybody? Rowdy dragon joining you as I do each and every week to keep you informed of everything, final app weekly, fantasy. And how about that race at Richmond? Was that a chess match or what? Okay, taking a look back at last week's picks that I recommended for you the 22 car Joey Logano, he finished 11th overall in the point. He had a ten point stage point day, not too bad. I think he could have done better. But it was not an overall bad day for his team. Martin Truex Junior, in the 19 car, he finishes in P one with the most points, 33 position points, 17 stage points totaling up at 50. That's a pretty good point today for you. And also, in the Toyota camp, we gave you Christopher Bell, and he also came in third most of the points. 31 points, 13 stage points on the day totaling 44. Not bad. Pretty solid picks for you for Richmond. All right, so let's take a look at our stage leaders for the week for stage one, we have a tie, 19 spins 22, and BFE racing. And stage two goes to, none other than rowdy dragon. I got my first stage of the year. How about that? Can you hear that? That's me patting myself on the back. All right, this week's winner, Robbie gage, 241 points. Pretty good stage point total of 71. Even though I manage a stage win, didn't turn out so well in the end, I got a 64th place finish. Toby bested both carrying myself with his 18th place finish and where is Jimmy? Carrie Murphy finished in the 28th spot. Okay, so let's move on to take a look at some viable picks for your lineups for Martinsville for Saturday night. Don't forget it's a night race, under the lights. Flat tracks, short tracks, and momentum spells a good finish for the 11 car, Denny Hamlin, for this week at Martinsville. 32 trips to yet another of Denny's home tracks, has yielded 5 wins, 16 top 5s, and 22 top tens to the team. Looking at the 11 teams stage point history in 20 stages, they've collected points in 15 tries and have three stage victories, all is well again and Toyota camp. Look for the 11 team to be a FrontRunner, Saturday night under the lights. Another threat to win in Virginia comes again from the Toyota camp in the form of the 19 car Martin crush junior. In the last 5 races at Martinsville, he has won three times. It sounds a lot like his Richmond stats. About a third of his finishes are top 5 and averages about top ten 50% of the time. Looking at his stage point totals, he's collected points 16 out of 20 stages and also has three stage wins. And over the last 5 races, Truex has the highest laps led at 754, so look at the 19 car to be duking it out with his teammates up front Saturday night. So now let's move over to the Ford camp and Team Penske's Ryan Blaney. He's my third pick of the week. Blaney has the second best average finish at the paper clip. Behind Denny Hamlin. He's raced here 12 times just about half of his finishes yielded top 5s. He doesn't have any winds on the paper clip, but his performance on short tracks the season. It could see him with his first victory here at Martinsville this weekend. Taking a look at his stage point collection has Blaney earning three stage victories, just like the 11 and 19. He's also collected stage points in 15 out of 20 stages. And as usual, make sure you keep an eye on those practice and qualifying times to determine which of these guys best suit your lineup this weekend. All right guys, so once again, don't forget it is a Saturday night race. Get those picks locked in early, just in case you might forget. And go out there and have a great weekend. Thanks for hanging out and listening to the final app weekly fantasy segment of the show. I am rowdy dragon. We'll talk to you again next week. Dog food. All right, there you have rowdy dragons picks for this weekend at Martinsville as always, you gotta take him seriously, rowdy dragon is an elite expert. And he has decades of experience doing this. So very cool to have him on the show. It is. By the way, I performed pretty well this week. I moved up again. I did too. I did good? I was like 18th overall this week. I think I was 25th. If I hadn't missed Daytona, if I had just put somebody, warm bodies in the lineup, anybody. I wouldn't put ty Dillon, you could have put, you know, Jacques Villeneuve, I mean, you could have been you would have been fine. Instead, I got zero. What a bummer. I got zero. Yeah. So thank you so much to rowdy dragon for the fantasy picks again for this weekend at Martinsville. As always, thank you to John Hunter Nemechek as well for being on the show. And checkered flag is flying. I can't believe it. There it is. Wow, checkered flag. It's just flapping around. On its own pole over there. So catch us next week right here when we will recap the racing at Martinsville and preview. This one's Bristol in the dirt, right? Is this one under the lights too? Yeah, they throw some dirt down on it and stuff. Toby, you and I will chat next week. We sure will. That's a wrap. Another final lap weekly is in the books..

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"ford camp" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

07:20 min | Last month

"ford camp" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Really don't want to speak to the specifics of it. But we've had some aha moments over the past few weeks. So what I mentioned in your perspective here, DJ, Chevrolet has really come out of the box really strong the first 6 races. And Jeff Burton and I talked about this last week on the podcast. They've got this new technical center that Chevrolet is building here in the Charlotte area with a hundred engineers. They've got doctor Eric Warren running it. It seems like they kind of came out of the box a little bit stronger from that perspective and which is surprising because Toyota is sort of set the blueprint for that, I think, over their 15 years in NASCAR. So were you surprised by Toyota's struggles and maybe Chevrolet's successes so far this year? I think I was more surprised just by the struggles from Toyota because being there from the start of Toyota's interest into the cup season, I could see right off that this was going to be a group and an organization that was going to put every effort and every dollar that they needed to towards being the team that everyone looked at the manufacturer that was going to set the standard. They understood that Ford and Chevrolet in particular between the two of them had dominated the Cup Series for many, many years. As far as wins. And I know Dodge and others came through. But you always looked and measured yourself by the Chevrolet and Ford camps. But Toyota was looking that they were going to become the standard that everything was measured by. And I knew this wasn't going to last long, but how long was it going to take? Because again, you have to do more and I know that simulation is a bigger part of the sport now, but there's nothing like on track time, no matter what you do. And so with the limited amount of that, how long was this going to take to figure this out? And I think when you look at Chevrolet and we're using them because they have seemed to be the strongest at every type of track that they've been to so far, but they have more cars in the race to go by and obviously their organizations are top notch. Also when it comes to that. But I think they were getting more data more information because they had more people there and more of those cars in the mix. And so I think that helped them. That was evident by the test sessions and everything that they were getting. So I just believe that they hit on something, but Toyota is not going to sit back and take this. They're involvement. It was to be the number one team. And they've been that for many, many years. And you had to kind of know that came to a short track that that might be where they got it done. Even though drivers consider the one mile Phoenix track, a short track, I think that was very open. Again, they said that it was an opening that they had a lot of work to do. And I still think there is work to be done there in a number of ways, but they've obviously found themselves on the right track. So that's interesting. So essentially, strengthen numbers type perspectives. And with limited practice this year, just having more cars, shareholders can be a bench. Yeah, yeah, it's not like, you know, it's not like when we get to Daytona on title of day, we talk about how few Toyota car because they can't draft together. And this is simply they're not getting as much input and information back at these races because they have fewer fewer teams and drivers in there. So yeah, that goes obviously data points and engineering and last week when Burton was on the podcast. He said, he doesn't want people to think that next gen is just this old school kind of discussion about like, it's changed the game to the point where you've got a couple of guys hanging around like the barn deciding what shocks they're going to run. He said, I don't want it to be like he wanted people to understand that this is still very much engineering based as much as like we're kind of talking about next gen is like being throwback in some ways. As someone who has raced in that era when there wasn't as much engineering or the data points and all the stuff you hear about now, what do you think about that kind of impact? Is it good to have that kind of engineering impact in NASCAR these days or? I think in today's world it is. I think that I would look not that I would look back. I have looked at this and thought, you know, we all feel like that we came around in the best time and I know that I came along in the best time because if you put me and what I know and how I went about and driving a car and I was in my best time whenever I had input with that and not that the drivers don't have some input, but a lot more John I won't say it's too much because again I believe in today's world and to get new fans involved the technology had to change and I think that that's a part of what is bringing fans here in droves really that speaking of these new things and I think they're encouraged and entertained by this by this younger fan base that I think that's a big part of what we're seeing here I won't say a research is because the sport had never gone anywhere to begin with. There still been hundreds of thousands of fans that follow it. And so but I think that it is. A lot of people look and Formula One was elevated by basically a documentary and TV show that and you look at the technology involved in those cars and that just blows your mind. You're fascinated with that. I don't care from what part of motor sports you come from. That has been the standard that is set this way above everyone else. Now we've got something that, yes, still not on that level, but it's much more beneficial to today's world in today's time. And I think that's intriguing to a lot of people. And so I think that it is something that is needed. And fortunately, especially the younger drivers, understand that. And that side of it. And so it's working very well. And no question drivers still making a difference, but so are pit crews and when we talk about the advancements that we've seen, engineering wise, I know that people don't think a pit stop choreography is like being engineered, but at the same time, I mean, what Joe Gibbs Racing has done this year. They posted video of this in the preseason with the new single lug nut versus the 5 lug nuts that they've had for so long and NASCAR. This year, they switched to the single lug nut. So Joe gives racing posted video on the preseason about having all of its crew members run in front of the car. And appear to be a time game. We already knew there was going to be a time game because it's not going to take as long to change tires with one lug not as opposed to 5. NASCAR recently began allowing this DJ and races where you can now run around the front of the car instead of making the rear tire changer weight until after the car was in the stall. So this was used by Joe Gibbs Racing at Richmond at peer to save Denny Hamlin a lot of time on his pit stops. Joe Gibbs was asked about after the Richmond race and Joe Gibbs said yeah, I think it's a work in progress. I think it's something that our guys have really worked hard on. I think this is the first time that the game plan was to use it here, I think NASCAR and everybody. But I think it'll be interesting because I think we had some of our guys with regular choreography as some with that. So I think that'll be a, like I said, a work in progress we'll analyze it and see what we think and that's one of the fun things about sports. You know, you get something new and a different way of doing something. I think that's one of the fun things. So DJ, your take on this new pit stop choreography that is making stops even faster with a single lug nut. Okay, so I guess some of the old school is going to come out in me here..

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"ford camp" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"ford camp" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Picking up the win in 2010 and 11. We all know that coming here to Michigan is a big deal for NASCAR manufacturers, Ford Chevy and Toyota. Whoever wins here gets bragging rights that their cars one in their backyard. Kurt Becker is here to tell us more about if the driver's still the same level of competition as the manufacturers do. Since 2013. Michigan International Speedway has celebrated its surrounding history of the automobile with the Michigan Heritage Trophy. It's a bragging right amongst the three manufacturers and NASCAR, Chevrolet, Ford and Toyota. So when a Michigan and bring the trophy home, Ford has swept both Michigan weekends the last two years, something Pat Marco, the NASCAR program manager for Ford performance, says increases the competition between the three manufacturers. Yeah, I think there's a lot of bragging rights for the manufacturers and you know, especially with Ford and General Motors right here. On our way from track, and, um people talk about talking about it all the time. You know, it's uh, Twitter War between for performance in Tierra de so it's It means everything to our company and our family member Ford family members with that soul and this is true to his heart, and it means a lot all of us to work on the program. Omar drivers are teams. They'll talk about it leading up to my ass. So it's a great honor and privilege to be here in the Windows trophy for all of them. When Joey Logano won the first Michigan race weekend in 2019 he emphasized the importance of winning here not only for Ford, but for team owner Roger Penske as well, This one you know, outside of the crown jewel events. I consider this the biggest race to win just because of Eyes Roger Penske's backyard. It's Ford Motor Company's backyard. I know there's a lot of diehard four fans sitting out here in the grandstands right now, and it feels great to be able to represent that company and ultimately bulletin today and then Kevin Harvick won the second Michigan race literally driving home the point that the Michigan Heritage Trophy was staying with Ford for 2019. Denny Hamlin can see him. The question is, Will there be enough fuel in the tank? And the answer is just there will perfect across the line checkered flag is out. And Kevin Harvick has picked up win number 2 2019 crosses the line in front of Denny Hamlin with just enough Sunoco fuel on board. Obviously, we know how important it is Tio everybody from the manufacturers to run well here. Everybody from horse forward. We've got a full continues here celebrates went in, and obviously then winning 22 of the first race. It's been It's been a good year in Michigan report, so the Heritage Trophy is a big deal. But for 2020 the stakes were being raised. With Michigan hosting a doubleheader weekend, All teams will be saluting their manufacturers with details and hashtag Heritage Trophy on each car. In orderto win the Michigan Heritage Trophy this weekend. A manufacturer must win one or both Cup series races. Different manufacturers win each day trophy will go to the manufacturer with the most points earned by top 10 finishers in both races. Michigan native Brad Keselowski hopes to play a key role in making certain the trophy stays in the Ford camp. I would like to hold it on DH, walk it over into the Ford factory for them to enjoy together. I don't know where they keep it. I can't remember if it was that's what keeps it You import wins it or it stays a poor performance. But, um, I know that I would like to be a part of helping it. You know, get back to fourth, and, uh It was their last year. I think hard with no reason to not be able to bring back so it's a cool little trouble. It's a good idea attracts embrace its roots is the home of the Big Three. I commend them for thinking that teammate Joey Logano echoes those feelings and adds that Edsel Ford himself lets his four drivers know how badly he wants that Heritage Trophy in general. Really good. You look in the storehouse cars really do it in the race. Yeah, I feel, uh, pretty confident in it. Come out of there, Couple trophies, and, uh, keep that heritage trophy. That's also cool one with because of the manufacturer. I know Edsel has brought this one up to me quite a few times about looking like that in hell. Headquarters there in Detroit. So in Dearborn Um, I wanna make sure we could bring that back The battle for the Michigan Heritage Trophy and bragging rights as the winning manufacturer continues here in Michigan. All right. Kurt Becker. Thank.

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"ford camp" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"ford camp" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"If you're an offroad aficionado or even just WANNA be. This story is a big deal. After a quarter century Ford is resurrecting the Ford Bronco a direct rival to the jeep. Ford produce the Bronco for thirty straight years starting in nineteen, sixty six. The vehicle had only two doors reportedly one reason why Ford discontinued it in Nineteen ninety-six consumer sentiment was shifting toward four doors. Historians say the Bronco Developed Cult Status. After it was discontinued today, the beefy muscular vehicles, a sentimental favourite restored vintage models can sell for up to two hundred thousand dollars with a corporate unit called Ford icons. Ford is Heavily Marketing Nostalgia that division includes the Bronco, a Mustang and a new line of Ford F one fifty pick-up trucks, including a hybrid version, and soon to be debuted all electric. And Nostalgia sells, but it's far from the only reason. The automakers releasing a Bronco for the twenty first century. The company is capitalizing on a trend according to the automaker offroad vehicle, so called rugged SUV's. Twice, as popular as regular SUV's CNN reports that has engineered the new bronco models for quote hard off road driving. You know the kind that allows you to quote. Get far from civilization. An even stay there for awhile. Is the perfect escape for pandemic induced cabin fever. Get a dose of Adrenalin while avoiding the plague. It's a combination made for advertising. Heaven Kit needs to be the jeep wrangler as the Juggernaut of off road vehicles. CNBC reports that automakers have been trying to quote dethrone the Wrangler for decades. Without much success. Even during the pandemic GPS kept selling Fiat Chrysler sold an average of seventeen thousand jeep wrangler every month for the last five years according to the Detroit news last year, almost a quarter, million wrangler flew off dealership. Lots and experts say jeep owners are loyal. To a fault. Still Ford executives have moxie. They're predicting sales of two hundred thousand broncos over the next year, according to Automotive News. and. Keep in mind that the low end version of the new line. The broncos sport won't even be out until years end higher end versions of the Bronco won't be at dealerships until next spring. Ford is doing everything it can to make the Bronco enticing enough to away jeep lovers, and of course to persuade new off roaders to come into the Ford camp that includes besting the ramblers largest tires thirty three inches with whopping thirty five inch tires, Ford says a Bronco outfitted with the almost three foot in diameter tires can easily go through a couple of feet of water models also come with removable roofs and doors. Drivers can store the doors in the Bronco. For, it says. At about thirty thousand dollars, the price of the two door base Bronco comes in at only two hundred dollars more than the base price of the jeep wrangler at the top in a limited number of first edition for door Bronco started about sixty one thousand dollars, Ford began taking one hundred dollar deposits on Broncos last Monday when it released the new line I edition reservation slots sold out within a couple of hours. Still as bullish as the auto press is about the Broncos, the release comes against bleak backdrop for the auto industry. Overall vehicle sales plummeted when covid nineteen emerged shut the industry down for two months recently, both Ford and GM reported second-quarter sales declines of about thirty three percent from a year earlier jeep parent, Fiat Chrysler did even worse with sales down forty percent. And that puts a lot of pressure on Ford to live up to its promise of adding a billion dollars to the bottom line next year through Bronco Sales. And it adds pressure Chrysler to keep jeep at the top of the OFFROAD HEAP Stakes is high as the boulder strewn rocky mountains. The war between Bronco in gene. We'll be fascinating to watch.

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Twenty-Five Years Later, Ford Resurrects the Bronco

Business Wars Daily

04:04 min | 2 years ago

Twenty-Five Years Later, Ford Resurrects the Bronco

"If you're an offroad aficionado or even just WANNA be. This story is a big deal. After a quarter century Ford is resurrecting the Ford Bronco a direct rival to the jeep. Ford produce the Bronco for thirty straight years starting in nineteen, sixty six. The vehicle had only two doors reportedly one reason why Ford discontinued it in Nineteen ninety-six consumer sentiment was shifting toward four doors. Historians say the Bronco Developed Cult Status. After it was discontinued today, the beefy muscular vehicles, a sentimental favourite restored vintage models can sell for up to two hundred thousand dollars with a corporate unit called Ford icons. Ford is Heavily Marketing Nostalgia that division includes the Bronco, a Mustang and a new line of Ford F one fifty pick-up trucks, including a hybrid version, and soon to be debuted all electric. And Nostalgia sells, but it's far from the only reason. The automakers releasing a Bronco for the twenty first century. The company is capitalizing on a trend according to the automaker offroad vehicle, so called rugged SUV's. Twice, as popular as regular SUV's CNN reports that has engineered the new bronco models for quote hard off road driving. You know the kind that allows you to quote. Get far from civilization. An even stay there for awhile. Is the perfect escape for pandemic induced cabin fever. Get a dose of Adrenalin while avoiding the plague. It's a combination made for advertising. Heaven Kit needs to be the jeep wrangler as the Juggernaut of off road vehicles. CNBC reports that automakers have been trying to quote dethrone the Wrangler for decades. Without much success. Even during the pandemic GPS kept selling Fiat Chrysler sold an average of seventeen thousand jeep wrangler every month for the last five years according to the Detroit news last year, almost a quarter, million wrangler flew off dealership. Lots and experts say jeep owners are loyal. To a fault. Still Ford executives have moxie. They're predicting sales of two hundred thousand broncos over the next year, according to Automotive News. and. Keep in mind that the low end version of the new line. The broncos sport won't even be out until years end higher end versions of the Bronco won't be at dealerships until next spring. Ford is doing everything it can to make the Bronco enticing enough to away jeep lovers, and of course to persuade new off roaders to come into the Ford camp that includes besting the ramblers largest tires thirty three inches with whopping thirty five inch tires, Ford says a Bronco outfitted with the almost three foot in diameter tires can easily go through a couple of feet of water models also come with removable roofs and doors. Drivers can store the doors in the Bronco. For, it says. At about thirty thousand dollars, the price of the two door base Bronco comes in at only two hundred dollars more than the base price of the jeep wrangler at the top in a limited number of first edition for door Bronco started about sixty one thousand dollars, Ford began taking one hundred dollar deposits on Broncos last Monday when it released the new line I edition reservation slots sold out within a couple of hours. Still as bullish as the auto press is about the Broncos, the release comes against bleak backdrop for the auto industry. Overall vehicle sales plummeted when covid nineteen emerged shut the industry down for two months recently, both Ford and GM reported second-quarter sales declines of about thirty three percent from a year earlier jeep parent, Fiat Chrysler did even worse with sales down forty percent. And that puts a lot of pressure on Ford to live up to its promise of adding a billion dollars to the bottom line next year through Bronco Sales. And it adds pressure Chrysler to keep jeep at the top of the OFFROAD HEAP Stakes is high as the boulder strewn rocky mountains. The war between Bronco in gene. We'll be fascinating to watch.

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"ford camp" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

12:34 min | 2 years ago

"ford camp" Discussed on KGO 810

"Great podcast without commercials that we all love so much sorry we had to come out and and listen to us keep up to date with us and let us know what's going on in your neighborhood as we get through this this pandemic is not over by a long stretch and as you heard Dr dena Grayson say yesterday it summer humidity makes it harder for the viral droplets to spread it's gonna be a tough time ahead get used to your mask be safe be smart and keep in touch with us right so GOP senator Tom cotton and I've said this before is trump version to and this is where the Republican Party is headed they're not going back to who they were George will wrote a scathing piece on them about all the enablers and in either the Republican senators and congressmen from McCarthy to McConnell to Graham to the you know the new nest they all are part and parcel I haven't sold their souls but when it when somebody asks you what's a Republican Party going to look like after trump my answer is always the same it could be a lot different they have made an error irrevocable step towards the dark side I don't see them coming back soon join me right now is a national correspondent for the nation and and he is John Nichols and his podcast is next left I just listened to recently and good stuff John this is I think this is a new future for the Republican Party I don't think they're going back I think they're committed to the the the Brock the trump lifted well I actually think they're committed whether they know it or not to a brutal struggle and then they will crawl under the rock and and the reason I say that is that I I think you're exactly right to focus on Tom cotton I think he is the face of the next Republican Party where it will ultimately end up but before they get there they'll have a battle just Tuesday after Nixon they had a real battle between the Gerald Ford camp which is main street moderate and and Reagan under both Ford and Reagan are dramatically better than Tom cotton and whoever will be battling with Tom cotton I like knowledge that but there will be a group of the Country Club corporate Republicans and it's very important understand it those people are still in that party sustaining it that's one of the reasons against the level of voting it does they'll be a battle between them we just want to go back to quietly making themselves rich at the expense of the rest of us and the cultural warriors the people like cotton and that's that's going to come and that's one of the reasons by the way that you see konten stepping up so much to totally side with trump because he wants to lock up the trump camp in just the last thing I'll say about this is people need to understand trump is in such bad trouble that the campaigning for the twenty twenty four Republican nominee and has already begun I I think the we've had it we had a a seismic shift and observations and expectations are and and a lot of it is because of social media the media C. and you know and ironically social media has made affirmation instead of information much more comfortable and easy to obtain and that that's why I think the move away is going to be difficult because of the bad ads they want me they won't way no I'm not I'm agreeing with you I'm just saying there's a step in between okay so they're going to end up with this place is just they're gonna have a fight over it and and it'll be pretty nasty and and the never Trumpers some of them will go back and trying to reclaim their party only to find out that it's you know your redeemable but but that's all I'm saying I also believe I do think they end up with the Tom cotton tights and exactly what you're saying they're going to end up there because there is now an alternative truth alternative facts social media driven camp within the Republican Party that is probably down I think I didn't really know as much about the nation until you and I sort of talking and now I read it every day and and although I disagree with you guys rarely I find it to be a really pleasant alternative sometimes to the the self examination that the times and post has in in order to I mean the the Washington post's prince mark season and the new York times puts people like cotton in their editorial pages and it's not about seeing the other side I mean if you want to William F. Buckley or George will in there and have a have an intellectual argument about you know Keynesian economics verses you know Adam Smith or you can even talk about you know the the the role of United States and in a larger aspect of of peacekeepers those are all legitimate conversations but that's somewhat time constant Tom cotton for those of you that don't know it one point said that covered was not only a hoax it was a hoax by Democrats I intended to kill poor people of color I mean just makes this stuff up and most recently said that African Americans have brought this upon themselves it wasn't in this particular piece in the and the and the times but the good times writers are up in arms I mean it for printing this in The New York Times in the nation makes a case against the two I'm gonna just read real quick it says the former defense secretary scathing attack on trump's shredding the constitution sure how wrong the New York times was to publish cotton and is written by John Walsh do you agree with what she has to say Charlie calling you I have immense respect for night you know what it's but come in their satellite not that big but I want to hear it straight I don't hear a lot more from the times spoke about why he chose to publish cotton it's not cotton doesn't have platforms and apps the the interesting thing you know he's got social media and all the right wing platforms and and that and and so I'm a I'm interested in why they thought it was necessary to put his voice support in this case I would argue he is campaigning for the presidency at the gallon of without a doubt and for trump and so if that is the case in what that game is doing I I think I would have I would aired you know you don't silence people you don't not cover but I think that we're more on the side of covering you know interviewing them rather than publishing out best only because it seems like the op ed isn't really do anything except for steering on something that that Donald Trump is just fundamentally wrong about an entry way enough that there's a very responsible a Republican to call trump out on so I think I would have done more I would go more the journalistic route and is helping to compound saying send in the troops right a story about that you know I have other people saying people challenging that I see sometimes it's out of the platform sometimes I think we I'm sorry the only the only last thing I'll say is that when you when you publish an op ed yeah of course you publish things but people that you disagree but where I think I got a problem you know I'm unsettled by this one is it's it's almost like you do it for free an interest rate here you're just trying to you know published the craziest thing you can find and that's just never been the camp but and you know I mean I've been doing talk radio it's my twenty six street here and I know how to make it work I put on people who disagree with me and I beat him up I mean that's kind of the the theory of talk radio right some people like Limbaugh they never do that they just they they do a circular narrative that brings them back in and it's quite seductive for people that want again affirmation to police that they've always had but I I got a letter I I have to laugh at Johnson's in here she says the hopeless and resolving his calling the times writer these African American writers who are worried about their own personal safety after cotton's op ed is out talking about you know what's happening in America right now and I would agree with her I do think and resolving it people don't know and or solvent is he's a he's he's a conservative anti Trumper but he you know he'd be try so hard to twist a narrative I am when things are so simple here's the here's the simple part the trump is an evil man I mean there's really no debate I can I can take it when people tell me they like Donald Trump I wish you would tell me what has you done and they're always there stop was made America feel good about something that's used that's Prozac I actually don't feel really bad about its operational well know a lot of people there a lot of people that they love him that would disagree you know I don't know but I do I really think that he's going to be the candidate for twenty twenty four and without talking I think you're right yeah but you see I think it will they'll be a little fight there and that's what's gonna be interesting about it because they'll they'll wrestle with each other and and that's what currently is trying to do here but the weirdest thing about it is that that I suspect cotton lakes this controversy you know I stick is one of those one of the types who's like oh they're trying to silence me for talking to the contrary we're talking about those to you seventy five percent of people listening right now have no idea who Tom cotton is right senator from Arkansas but what's interesting about it is six in Oklahoma so yeah they get mad about things like that yeah sure they do yeah also let me listening to the African American writers on the paper who are raising these concerns because you've got a president of the United States right now who is saying that you know or is detained the notion of of sending US troops into American city to well unrest straight to to you know addressed a circumstance that that he doesn't like right so you have to use the power of the US presence in the U. S. military extending from it to do that and he's talking in the same context about second amendment rights emphasizing that and stuff like that he this president is stirring up incredibly dangerous moment in this country without any harm Tom cotton is stepping up to say yeah right on let's go for Brady actually amplifying it to the next level so I don't think it's there's anything inappropriate at all about people saying you know hold it I I'm really uncomfortable with that and I'm uncomfortable with it you know you're an institution like the times giving that a Pat on the back and then it will it will not I know they're not in the work that I do that oil well thank but it's imposing token it's amplifying con I really think it is you know he's an extreme figure who is trying to stake his claim on the future of the Republican Party as you suggest check out John Nichols at the nation dot com has broadcasted podcast is called next left and it's good stuff John appreciate you trying to make a last minute thank you so much all right I should talk to brother keep her on the last day say five coming up antifa were they involved in any of these riots well somebody says no and it's somebody you would expect next.

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"ford camp" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

12:34 min | 2 years ago

"ford camp" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"McNamara eight six six ninety redeye welcome and a good morning thank you so much for being here we as always to appreciated this I just wanna read parts of this coming from terror should be a terror this would be the Valerie Richardson from The Washington Times okay now this is a week ago this is the last Monday this is before the video came out from Larry King right so I under I understand this right this is actually a week old tier REIT's unproven sexual assault allegation against former vice president Joe Biden may do nothing to dent his twenty twenty presidential run but the damage to the me too movement has already been done the tepid response from Democrats in the media establishment to mis Redes claim describing a compare described as compare a bull to Christine Blassie Ford's allegation against a pre court justice Brett Kavanaugh comes as another hit to me toos credibility as a disinterested defender of victims rights I know step in senior policy analyst for the right of center independent women's forum said the once admirable movement hailed for taking down sexual predators like disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein devolved rapidly into a partisan political weapon I think unfortunately it fulfills the prophecy that we and many others were warning about when we went through the bread Cavanaugh the Bakul without universally applied standards of due process these kinds of allegations become political footballs and because the media generally leans left they protect their own both the Biden and cabin on allegations are classic he said she said cases an allegation of denial and no witnesses but the vastly different reactions from the political and media establishment have prompted accusations that the key variable isn't so much what she said but but who he is in a March twenty fifth interview with progressive podcast host Katie helper remember this came out from the last yeah ms Reid said she was a twenty nine year old staffer for then senator Biden in nineteen ninety three when he pinned her against a wall reached under her skirt and penetrated her the buying twenty twenty campaign has staunchly denied the claim as with many such allegations the devil's in the details mis read was one of the eight women who came forward in the last year to accuse Mr Biden of unwanted touching in a public sending sending saying she said that he robbed her shoulders and neck but said nothing about the sexual assault until last month a friend and her brother had told media outlets and she relate to them years ago about the incident in which Mr Biden behaved inappropriately at the same time she made no secret on social media of her support during the primary for senator Bernie Sanders so remember this is a far left woman who is making the allegation against Biden Sanders support prompted accusations of political motivations which ms Reid has denied this isn't a partisan issue this is about power and the abuse of power and the people around that person that enabled the behavior she told NPR in a last last week ago Sunday article some of argued that mis Redes claim is more credible than ms Ford's given that mis read can prove she knew Mr Biden does that mean her allegation is true absolutely not it doesn't prove anything misstep in says but that's one step more than Christine Blassie port add because nobody else could even confirm that she was ever in the same line as Brad Cavanaugh it's at least a credible allegation as those are were endlessly written up by the media against Brett Kavanaugh despite the similarities between to the capital allegation as another decades old claim of sexual assault against a national figure Democrats who vilified justice Cavanaugh have stayed largely quiet on the buying read issue only Wayne and when asked in interviews Mr Sanders have you gave a general response in support of women while refusing to criticize Mr Biden when asked during an interview Thursday on CBS this morning I think it's relevant to talk about anything and I think any woman who feels that she was assaulted has every right in the world to stand up and make our claims Mr Sanders said adding that she has a right to make a claim to get a public hearing the Vermont senator was only in the Ford camp during the cabin are hearing saying I believe Dr forwarding also voted against Mr Kavanaugh was Amy clover shark the Minnesota Democrat a possible vice presidential choice for Mr Biden when asked last week about the read claim club char cited a New York times story that ran on April twelfth that same quote I think this case has been investigated I know the vice president is a major leader on domestic abuse I work with him on that and I think that again the viewer should read the article it was very thorough the time's up legal defense fund which offers legal representation of victims of sexual assault declined to take mis Redes case citing the restrictions that pertain to candidates running for election similarly some of the same media outlets and trumpeted ms Ford's claim ignored the read story for weeks before running articles often noting there was no pattern of sexual misconduct by Mr Biden as a New York times put it well there was none for Gavin right but the new York times and Washington post ran their first doors on April twelfth the times later made a buying friendly added to the story and its tweet removing a line that referred to the hugs kisses and touching that women previously said had made them uncomfortable meanwhile CNN waited until Friday to post an article under the headline Democrats grapple with questions about terror reads sexual assault against Joe Biden a CNN report came a day after the federalist Mollie Hemingway blasted the network with the post headline CNN flooded zone with Cavanaugh coverage hasn't mentioned Biden's accuser wants pointing out that C. N. N. ran online more than seven hundred Kavanaugh stories well this is I mean this is what it is it gets down to again the numbers at by the way does anyone in our audience really need further proof of the media bias but now the but the activist's mentality we but it it it is but we have to in every single case because you think about it capital that was a big deal in terms of the hearings with Ford yeah you know Chuck Grassley let that go on way too long he's no longer chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee I'm and then you also look at at the situation with the accuser of fork for Biden the very serious accusation again we're not assigning credibility here but where's the coverage and there was a demand even from Republicans yeah some Republicans had demanded we need to do the research on this we need to get to the bottom of it right we need to go through the the the process because this is someone who would be a Supreme Court justice we we know about pelo see I'm holding on the information no we know we know everything that happened in that particular case you're telling me that this is the guy now who was the presumptive democratic candidate for president of the United States are you telling me the Democrats and the media I handling both the same by the way I haven't heard any Republican come out and say there's enough evidence to show that he did it right everybody says that the whole point of this is is to show you and I wanna make sure when maybe media bias is in the book it's the political activism because the same media we're trying to in a way you know media biased reporter by assistant report we all of our biases I can still tell the truth and have a bias it's what your political activist it's whether you will live or do anything or be blatantly hypocritical in the way that you that you do your job when you claim that your job is doing one thing being a journalist and it's not that's the whole thing here is is not the just political activism they came out and said look we're political activists we don't care if we live we don't care if we're not fair our only goal is to get this personal acted that's one thing but they claim their journalist the people at CNN the Jake tappers the the the Brian Stelter say all claim that their journalists who care about fairness obviously anybody who would independently looked at the two stories and the coverage of the media would be laughing if they said oh no we're unbiased journalist who are only out there to cover the truth mmhm that's the whole point yes we admit we said this many times yeah it's obvious to that's what we do we do talk radio so of course we're biased but I'm not a political activist because I'm not going to discuss something that I know is a lie well I don't want to destroy my own credibility all right bye by bringing up something in carrying something that I can't back up I mean that's you know that's the whole point here that not everyone who is biased is an activist but everyone who is an activist is definitely biased you know that's the end and it's their actions I don't care how they vote I don't care who they like or don't like my question is are they telling the truth are they exposing the truth to the to the American people are they doing the job they're supposed to be doing and every one of them knows their these aren't stupid people every one of them knows they may not feel any shame I feel shame if I did that and try to pretend oh no there's nothing going on over there is fine I'd feel a little sh they don't feel any shame at all zero shame no I think if you get into there again this is because the entire point is to get to what essentially to defeat trump right by any means possible by claiming their journalists when they know they're not well Marie Jacobs said in twenty sixteen you know that she's got a lot of friends on the left who were when bad news would you know something that did not favor Hillary Clinton would come out in twenty sixteen that'll draw their blinds and and shut their doors and turn off the TV they put their heads in the sand well it's far beyond that it's it's far beyond ignoring it's taking in some cases creating lives in order to keep the narrative going or in this case to ignore it and put it away and act as if it doesn't matter the way it mattered if someone on the right was accused of the same or hold have no semblance of fair play is a journalist should if we cover this party this way we should cover the other party that way if the standard is this than the standard should be that for the other party and they don't do that now and they claim number they're the ones claiming their journalists right they're the ones making that claim were journalist we're not biased you biased yeah but your political act your political activists and they know what yeah they do they do if you would like to get in we do have a line open eight six six ninety right I coming up with Gerry McNamara and there are currently red eye radio you're listening to red eye radio live from the pilot flying J. studios with the enhanced pilot flying J. app have more control over your fueling and rewards than ever before it's not easy.

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"ford camp" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

12:23 min | 2 years ago

"ford camp" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Sports talk two hours down one to go and I'm all excited about our next guest tomorrow is the great American race and I wanted a bona fide race car driver and I got one from Dayton Ohio we now lives in the Brownsburg Indiana area I can't think of a finer guest to have on the eve of the Daytona five hundred Dan mac McClellan mac how we doing tonight brother you're in really good shape yeah we just virtually walked in the door on our trip back from tip city Ohio we were over visiting the family and I just walked back in the door all man fantastic and what's it like to be a hall of Famer the national **** auto racing hall of fame in Tulsa Oklahoma earlier this year what a thrill congratulations thank you very much it's quite an honor and so humbling to be included in there were some of the other names and just the day we were there to be included with you know Bobby Unser and and and so many of the others that are involved rich Vogler and sleepy trip guys that I raised and grew up with so very honored and humbled to be part of that all that he had to be an incredible day for you and like you mentioned to me you know bruised battered a little bit broken but not beaten brother and man you've had your share of spills and thrills throughout your career well I've had a few that's for sure and the last being the hardest over it race wait park here in Indianapolis it's about three miles from my house that race we park in nineteen ninety two and just getting through some of the the final stages of the the rack can happen clear back you know twenty seven years ago and ended up you know finding out about four years ago five years ago that a spinal cord injury as a result of that that rack and five years ago of playing golf and now today I can't stand up so it's sometimes hard to live with but we're doing therapy and we went through our twenty of surgery October twenty eighth and so we're we're we got one more to go I believe but it may take us out to Baltimore Maryland to fix this blockage in my spinal cord yes it is awfully hard seeing you in a wheelchair mac but man it's been an incredible career that you've had and ma'am would you trade it for anything probably not the only thing I would trade it for the end of next month my daughter's getting married and and I'd really like to to walk her down that aisle instead of having to go that wheelchair route but whatever it takes right now I just want to be there for my daughter well that's fantastic and mac you tomorrow the great American race I got to cover it back in nineteen eighty two Bobby Allison won it and I remember going across that track almost falling because of the high banks but the tri oval man what a test what a grind but to win that race man what a thrill what an honor and may I know you're looking for to watch in that it can't you're such a junkie that man you're watchin races for all my Ocala Florida manager you're watching all the sprints and **** and stock cars man unbelievable how many TV's do you have in your house brother well actually have for TV's right now we've got flow racing on our big screen and the Ocala sprint car races going on down there would just watch the race number three Spanish up in the run and looks like some kind of a miniature type modified car right now yes and what do you think goes through you know what does go through a driver's mind band but the night before the race and then the morning of is the crescendo builds toward the green flag well I would say they're all hoping for a good night's sleep but you know because the races seem to be pushed back a little bit this year you know trying to get all of the twilight a factor some night racing into this five hundred mile race these guys you're gonna have all morning to think about it too so I imagine the nerves of get wrapped up a little bit especially on the on the plate races yeah I and you know like you mentioned a little twilight there it seems like every sport band newspaper guys you know just forget it Mandy deadlines are just brutal now but it's the digital age and I'm thinking of it selfishly is is a sports writer but at the same time and to strap yourself into that machine and stand on the gas it saw it in in your crowded too and may it be an inside gosh a sterling asked me to ask you have you been in a race car in really had to go potty hi I remember running a five hundred lap race so we're in Indianapolis speed Roman and that thought entered my mind on a couple yellow flags but then once the green came back out you did mean think about it so I've never had that problem I know there's been a time or two that I had to run straight there you like got out but but now when you raise your not really thinking about it in mac McClellan with this date native now living in the Brownsburg Indiana area and mac the you know there there's talk you know some people say that race car drivers are not athletes I'll fight him about that because what would you have to go through in that car close to a wall in the torque and just the the pull this on your body the sweat the OB it's so it's an awful lot to indoor there's no question about it and you know the safety equipment now is a lot better than it was you know twenty five years ago but you know as drivers you know I used to run two or three miles a day to keep in shape and in the winter time we would run three wheelers and four wheelers and just you know try and stay in shape anyway we possibly could and lifting weights have played basketball you know whatever form of of activity that you could do to keep at heart and lungs and and I know to this day that my reckon ninety two had I not state in good physical shape I probably wouldn't be here talking to you today yes that up just a devastating crash gosh it's you know it's on you too it it's very very hard to watch in really it wasn't your fault no I I'm I'm I'm sure when it was that I don't know you know I've looked at it a million times I think by myself and out with my girlfriends dad we've we've kind I tried to analyze it but it almost looks like something might have broke on the front end because the car just took a absolute ninety degree turn to the right and then course yet another car got underneath me and I slipped away down the straight away but no fault of anybody else is just I believe they're just the failure of a part and and brand new car and just you know sometimes things break Matt McCoy was with us for a few more minutes and mac up I remember interviewing pretty often Jack Hewitt who out of racing in the Indy five hundred he would he would go to Australia in the winter and and race I mean it was unbelievable I could call him at any hour on a Thursday night he would answer the phone is a check we just got back from home to talk in if you know this is a two in the morning two or three in the morning unbelievable but just a fond memory of you know cover not racing back in the day for the Dayton Daily News yeah Jack Jack quite a character and I remember back in Nairobi age when when he was coming up and and I was managing a team for les Cayes hell out of cedar rapids Iowa and at the time we have higher driver and he is asking me who I thought would be a good set for that nice to Jack you it deserves a a chance United Rodney said Jack's too old and and then Jack came in and made the show with the medium and course we had Donny beats her Donnie did a great job so we we both ended up with positive things out of the I. around so no doubt and bad you've raced really all over is there a you've taken your share a checkered flags is there a one highlight the just will stick with you forever mac gosh you know I always enjoyed Ron and I are pretty and I think the one near there and we we won the night before the five hundred and classical you know the standard upright car and then came back in September of that same year and and wanted and the bad your **** then I think you know those would have been a couple highlights the winning the night before the five hundred certainly was and and a when it twice was even better and so that was that was a good highlight I also love the banks I enjoyed run Winchester and and Salem and and of course the Dayton speedway gosh fond memories of that that place no doubt and you the death of Gordon smiley in qualifying at the Indy five hundred really got to me because I interviewed him that week and then after the the track is clear and up to date resume qualifying I think Pancho Carter was the first guy out if he came back in you were interviewing name and Josh white were there what goes through he says if you think about hitting the wall you're going to hit the wall you just got to stay calm put it out of your mind you've you've done this your entire life yeah you're inches from a brick wall stay away from it yeah there's there's no question about that but I remember running the banks and Pancho to himself telling me that you know the fast ways around the top and and he said it to you well run closer to the wall if you do have a there be a less of an impact so we we learned to run right up against the wall and we were fortunate enough to win in a last lap and not in a major race there late the in October November one year when they have their their snowball range so then again we want to pass this amount outside Matt what do you think the key is to winning the Daytona five hundred Tomar in who do you like well right patience is going to be the big E. M. M. as always happens from brands and it looks like the four guys are working really good together and if I was taken some by the Ford camp I would probably look at Kevin Harvick you know the Penske teams are going to be really strong too and let god knows be really hard to bet against him after you know the star he's had already just and the one twenty five so I you know when I I it's gonna be hard to bet against Denny Hamlin and and those Toyota so if that skating around because I like a mall I really do they're all a bunch of good guys in the Chevy camp seems to be strong this year and but sentimental and love to see Jimmy Johnson come and get get his last one there yeah that would be awesome we see that you mentioned Roger Penske made what up what a monster what a giant in the sport in and purchasing the Indianapolis Motor Speedway I would imagine some upgrades are enough.

Ohio Dayton Brownsburg Indiana Dan mac
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"Show for any length of time at all I'm sure you've heard is referred or something and this week's car pro newsletter and if you're not a newsletter subscriber here's the deal go to car per USA dot com on any page that you land on you'll see subscribe to the free newsletter just enter your email address there and sometime later this afternoon this evening maybe first thing tomorrow morning you'll have yesterday's edition in your inbox in on your computer or iPhone or whatever you fascinating article I don't know why I'm we we we gave her clicks what people actually look at that way I can I know what you like and I couldn't continue with articles that attract you it is a fact the sales list you know top sellers of different segments and overall talks over Sir but I have story I thought everybody would be interested in this weekend nobody was Hyundai teaming up to bring Texas to you in New York City well yes first place but I mean I talked to me when they come to Dallas or LA or Houston or anywhere else were on the air well it had them I'm not sure really what did you find so interesting about it is the fact that the Hyundai where they would invest a lot of money with uber who is a nice company I usually over a lot myself are usually over tonight as a matter of fact but they never made any money and the fact that Hyundai would take their money and put it in was over was just sort of interesting to me there are taxis are they gonna be just modified helicopters or single wing aircraft they go out to line cars there till Wayne so thanks yeah so the tech but but the the concept behind this was to build buildings where they can land these things because they are available and on the street in parking lots are in that stuff and there's stuff on the top of all tall buildings in our stuff up there and lounges and things where people can connect with each other and user wifi and all that stuff I don't know I just thought it was interesting well if I tell you what if I lived in New York from what I've heard about the traffic to get from downtown New York to the airports and I had the money or the company was paying for it I use an act and the technology would you know it would be an all in all electric Roger was interesting to me too let's talk to Rudy in Bay City taxes really well well I guess Rudy is not there is question was one okay can you hear me now okay now yes Sir all right hello you have been trying to get you for six months sorry my wife and well my question is about six months ago someone called you style team at the two thousand fourteen Ford pick up and what I understand that you're highly rated that pick up that year model two thousand or yeah and I I just want to get a confirmation on that is that is that very good god does take the other fourteen I'm kind of looking to get another truck I've never had a Ford always very shapely man but I just found out about she respected is always really care they did that no it is truck I've ever been in yeah the Ford camp is always been the quietest out there now I think that changed with twenty nineteen one the new ram came out but because it is ready out out on all of our been acquired her vehicle but twenty fourteen F. one fifty it was a really good truck that truck had been around three or four years the ego boost was very well in trench that that moment then in twenty fifteen the big change came which was the all aluminum body if you recall so and I'm a fan of the all of the above but still the twenty fourteen is going to be a better bite because it's an older body style and it has been a great truck no issues that I know of of any kind okay crossovers unless a help you choose the right one call one eight hundred ninety six seventy.

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"Foreign policy particularly involving attacks in which our Ron may believe it may be implicated he said it looks like Iran was involved in these attacks against Saudi Arabia we will have more on that hot burning issue in the next hour he lie lake is going to be here joining me in studio first is our friend brit Hume senior political analyst at fox news channel brit is great to have you back to be here so let's just briefly start with the president in the oval office. any major I mean you're sitting here right with me so we haven't heard the last few minutes what he's saying any major take aways well he stops short of actually out right blaming Iran and he talked a lot about how strong our military is now compared to the way it was no and so I'm sure in the eyes of some that will sound like he saber rattling it with the intention of using force against Iran I don't think that's the case at all I think he's great and once again what we'll see is trump making noises about the use of force or some drastic action like that and in the end unless something something staggering that we can't imagine turns up my guess is he'll still step back from that from any military action well there might be some some kind of conceivable military acts to relate to intelligence or whatever but I can't I don't think he's going to bomb Iran over its its attack if that's what it turns out to be by a run on Saudi oil fields only can do that brit we were talking for the entire commercial break at the top of the hour about the story that is dominated the show today the first full hour of the program available for free on the podcast by the way guidance and shut out com was about Brett Kavanaugh in this renewed attack on him and his legitimacy and his reputation this happening in a New York times story over the weekend related to a book that's coming out by two New York times reporters there's now been a correction as sort of in a very embarrassing way for The New York Times about. usual detail that they left out and it seems like we're picking up right where we left off last year and I told Mollie Hemingway last hours like the the bad actors from twenty eighteen have learned zero lessons it's remarkable to me because I was coming along in journalism New York times was the ultimate resource and the ultimate source of information it was a very disciplined operation where the news was was neutral in its tone and its approach I know a lot of New York times reporters are mostly liberals but they were they were very disciplined and had to be and you know there was some opinion on the editorial pages neutral news on the on the on the news pages and that's all changed now the times isn't as it had because the institution discipline is broken down the reputation of the times had as a totally reliable sources it is faltering and I think the paper now most believe that to be woke and hip and with the time with the you know the with the with the the factions of the times that it is okay to go ahead and be an out out right liberal news organization which I think is is damaging it hurts the country was such a vital resource my camera back in the early days of the Reagan administration guy when you know Reagan came in what was was called Reaganomics and the coverage in The Washington Post of that was so slick you can. it was just ridiculous. remember Caledonia encounter and his reporting was totally fair and neutral and balanced and you know the old extreme things are being said about the about the about the Reagan program well you didn't see those in the pages of New York times a day is gone now I mean stuff you see there this was sloppy business over the weekend was just disgraceful for them to do a story on a book in which someone is alleged to been victimized by a male having Brett Kavanaugh exposed himself to the person that's supposed to happen and it is in the book. the the person who's the alleged victim doesn't recall the incident and that does not make it into the times story about it I mean that is just on but I mean Howard Kurtz called yesterday malpractice that's exactly what it is. the president often has harsh words for the times in other news outlets I agree sometimes with that with his criticism sometimes I think he goes too far and then these are the people in that sort of thing on days like this there's just a little the tangle a Spidey sense with me at that feels a little enemy are some of this stuff where you are that irresponsible malpractice is a very strong word for how we use and I'm glad he used it. it seems abundantly clear it is done for one reason and that is. to push an agenda to hers. a conservative I mean that's it not only did any question about intent it is so recklessly done and so and so biased the you can't really find any other possible motivation for you many can't be an oversight you just can't now also in our interview earlier with Mollie Hemingway which will replay part of in the next hour because it was very interesting a lots of good stuff she did mention there actually is something of a bomb shell in this new book it is not the quads I allegation from a democratic mail lawyer that is no corroboration from the supposed victim herself. it is legal in the Kaiser the friend of Christine Blasi for the original accuse I think the most serious accuser the most credible accuser Brett Kavanaugh Cleveland Kaiser the star witness is Molly call here from Ford's camp. coming out of the book telling these New York times journalist that she does not believe doctor for that's right because she was a result she was interviewed Lewin Kaiser was of most schoolmate of buzzing Ford and as it happens a schoolmate of my daughter who knew or and she was a friend of Christine bodies number true friend nine and she didn't remember the alleged incidents that buzzy Ford's accusations and remember hearing about them but she said as a friend at the time when all is first came up that she believed her friend she remembered personally but you believe their friend now she's saying and this is a major turn she said and she resisted to the FBI you know I don't remember this I didn't see it but I have a bubbly my friend that she has come now to doubt the truths of bloody Ford's allegations that is that is important and major because it coincides with much of what we now know about how people feel about Christine buzzy Ford and the strength of her allegations after all you know when she testified not no member of her or her family parents brothers were there to support they'd and serve as best we can tell they do not support her and what she's done and we now know from additional reporting from Molly having Wayne Carey so Severino that bloody force father supported at the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh and said so to Kavanaugh's father they're both members of burning tree club about this as to which is a man only golf club and where the members tend to be quite friendly to one another it's a good study the tradition of the club members of friends and they treat each other very well if you if you remember there and you call a fellow member ask him to do something that is kind of a sense of obligation you got to do it. and and cabin on a very sweet guy I know and he's a very very nice man he and his friend breakup knows mother you could see the agony and their faces turn of hearing and it is clearly true that could browse plus he looked at Kevin on knows that he was glad that read kind of an automated. which is extremely revealing oh no kidding right the woman's father doesn't believe her and now the best friend doesn't believe in here's the quote that she said in this New York times of this didn't make it into the times story either of course quote it just didn't make any sense speaking of Ford's overall story and I think part of it is she's very upset understandably so that our allies of Christine Blasi Ford were leaning hard on her to change her story to make it more favorable to Ford less favorable she leaned happening on Kaiser Kaiser excuse me on Kaiser right and here's the quote from Kaiser in this New York times book quote I was told behind the scenes that certain things could be spread about me if I didn't comply that's Kaiser in saying that if I didn't bow to the pressure and change the story to her Cavanaugh they were going to drag my name and character and credibility through the mud threat and well one senses with what happened with cabin on a beginning the people who are involved in this cunning wouldn't hesitate to do that. this is what they do. it's very clearly character assassination is very much one of their weapons and they believe that the their causes so just and that consider the idea of a conservative justice on the Supreme Court is such an abomination that day are well justified in resorting to whatever tactics they deem necessary to try to keep it from happening that is what we're dealing with here and it's still going on one more piece on forty because I know that we've we've moved from the so called new allegation from Sunday and we've been talking a lot about plus the four by think that's appropriate because in my mind she has always been the most important and the most credible all of the people who came for the I've I have a piece of townhall dot com going to the five allegations and four of them are completely on serious the most serious and potentially credible one is doctor for like and but not least because she came and testified herself yes and and and and and made a powerful present powerful very much so therefore it has to be relevant when you have her father effectively not believing her her best friend the only name to female witness that she brought into this. now explicitly saying that she doesn't believe her right and then this other piece and I I am I shouldn't be surprised. but I still am. her attorney. turning up what two weeks ago and saying in public that part of the motivation behind all of this was to put an asterisk next to the name of Brett Kavanaugh in the future should he rule on abortion jurisprudence in ways that they don't like just to even bring that that ideological element into it and put it in the mix of motivations I mean I guess a few points for candor but that is to me also quite significantly I kinda agree and I think it tells you something about the role that abortion plays in our politics since that decision was rendered in nineteen seventy three it has poisoned our politics to a very great extent because as a legal matter it's such a flimsy decision it is always been vulnerable to reversal Grover's where over his way and and I think that that the people on the left to so cherish this right to an abortion know that and the result is that they always believe that they did this that this right is hanging by a thread and that the slightest change in the composition the Supreme Court could refer result and it's being undone and that accounts in considerable measure for all of this all of this and it also tells you the extreme on wisdom of the Supreme Court basically making up out of whole cloth right never mentioned in the constitution that it that it was actually extrapolated from a right also never mentioned in the constitution and the whole thing is a house of cards and they know this and and as a result they will do anything to try to protect this thing and and the result is what you see and what's also interesting before I move on to this next point in those public comments from Blasi Ford's lawyer about abortion jurisprudence and Cavanaugh and the asterisk in the dark cloud basically she said they wanted to make that asterisk in in in bed it next to his name if he ever took quote a scalpel to roe versus Wade she was even saying a hatchet you know he wasn't initially struck the whole thing down but if he was even going to narrow it. narrow abortion they want this thing hanging over him and it's it is incredibly telling. brit I want to play for you briefly is Mitch McConnell maybe twenty minutes ago on the Senate floor and cut thirty eight talking about the now the Democrats were running for president racing out and talking about impeachment over the weekend listen here for calling for.

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"ford camp" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

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11:47 min | 3 years ago

"ford camp" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Bentsen showed if you wanted to F. B. I. investigation you can come to us what you want to do is destroy this guy's life hold this seat open and hope you win it twenty twenty you said that not me you've got nothing to apologize for when you see so Tamara cake and tellement Lindsay set all because I voted for the I would never do to them what you've done to this guy this is the most unethical jam since I've been in politics if you really wanted to know the truth you sure as hell what it done what you've done to this guy Tharsis senator Lindsey Graham on that famous day and that famous exchange where he was the first Republican to jump into everything and outsource their questioning to an attorney from Arizona because of the optics of all the men and potentially questioning doctor for it would look bad finely ground had seen enough of what was going on and just unloaded in a way that made me want to stand up and literally cheer thank god someone finally said what needed to be sad and that was right after Cavanaugh had launched an M. impassioned defense of himself in his opening statement that went on for quite some time that day was absolutely extraordinary and it is detailed in a new book it's going to be a best seller we already know that because this doing huge sales on Amazon the official list will come out next week justice on trial the cabin on confirmation in the future of the Supreme Court Polly Hemingway Carrie Severino my gas here so I don't have enough time to get into everything that I want to talk to you about regarding the book the the chronicling of the media malpractice from start to finish not just the routing interesting biased but actively participating in the opposition withholding thirteen information or just suppressing it so no wonder would really notice bearing it somewhere that might help Cavanaugh there are myriad examples of that in the book there's also a detailed analysis of the various other allegations that came out you know there were six or seven against justice Cavanaugh six of the seven were in my mind one hundred percent baseless to the point of embarrassment the one that I think was more serious is doctor for there were others that were treated credibly by the media and by the Democrats for example Julie sweat neck gang rape fantasy where she said she was at like eight of these parties as an adult where these kids are gang raping each other and she did nothing in the spiking of the punch in the entire story fell apart completely this was the moment that because all the Democrats on the Judiciary Committee to demand Kevin all be withdrawn Chuck Schumer as well it was the gang rape nonsense that they hung there had on there which of course I knew at the time had said repeatedly but Molly just reading it again like what that bat is bonkers that they made again such a foolish obvious mistake to do that we spoke with senators who said that they're taking of that seriously which included senator Feinstein mentioning it in her opening remarks at that at that second round of hearings they found very distasteful it wasn't just about stuff like that like say what you want about the craziness of that allegation it was the only one that had a sworn affidavit with it the other allegations were in many ways even less had left for a city to them and they were the jail one just just embarrassing but there was one thing that also struck us when we we learned that the Cavanagh family as following things they this allegation comes out from Christine Bossi Ford she says there for witnesses all four witnesses say that they can't remember anything and one of them is her lifelong friend Cleveland Kaiser and when it first comes out that Leland Kaiser who is a Democrat who doesn't want justice cabin on the court says I'm sorry but I don't remember they think this is huge this is the media will have to cover it they had really covered they were so relieved and then when they noticed it gets barely any media coverage it actually frightens them they realize we're dealing with something very very different because the media aren't just do you know covering it where you cover the updates you know fairly on both sides they were they were actually obscuring will information Kaiser was an interesting character in all this because I was actually in early suggest your OB I actually proposed to the week long if they are FBI investigation that eventually flake came around to my argument was there so much up in the air with the public giving them something where the FBI steps back in and looks at this might be of undecided people some more confidence in the process I felt like it was supplementary and maybe not necessary but given the atmospherics it had become necessary and I said ultimately I think it will help Cavanaugh because I don't think they're going to find anything if they do he should be on the court but if they don't it will help people's confidence the only new piece of information from that FBI investigation was that people in the Ford camp and the liberal camp had pressured Kaiser to change her story in a way that would be helpful to Ford and detrimental to cabin I wish she were refused to do that Kerry to me was a hugely significant piece of this but again one that is not reported all that many places although it's of course mentioned at great length and described in your book justice on trial right in it and it's challenging because it came up within the FBI investigation the people who saw that aren't able to comment on it but you could definitely tell it and speaking with so many centers we did there was something about that reading that that investigation that made them not more concerned about the the allegations but much more confident right now that the people who read it the most and we tell you know some of them undecided senators the season because a particular was back there repeatedly reading through bit by bit they really looked into in detail and came away feeling like you know I I'm even more confident this there's nothing to these allegations there are so many major players in the book deserve shout outs in recognition and accolades for their role in all of this and then of course people on the other side you deserve all sorts of other names and judgments but I want to focus on a few of them here in the time that we have left of course you have to give credit to the president not only for the paycheck but for in his fighting mentality to this and not backing down in cal ring which is something that I think a lot of conservative voters have grown accustomed to from some elite Republicans in trump is not one for turning in that respect so you have to give him credit and of course cabin on his whole team but there were some other people Mitch McConnell I think is hugely important to this entire process starting in twenty sixteen without his leadership I I don't know exactly how this all looks at I don't think we have certainly both of these justices on the court if not for McConnell Rachel Mitchell the woman from Arizona who did the questioning who is Hillary at the time bye everyone think she's doing such an effective job these five minute question sessions the increments are terrible she actually pulled some inconsistencies subtly and nicely out of doctor Ford and then put together this almost closing statement that she delivered to the Republican senators afterwards using her experience Molly saying I couldn't even get a search warrant there are so many problems with this testimony I think that is an under rated moment in terms of sealing the fate here of getting cabin on the court heard not just your performance but then pulling it all together and synthesizing it for senators in that closed door meeting yes of the many stories we tell in justice on trial I think I speak for Kerry as well that Rachel Mitchell's is one of our favorite he is put in an almost impossible situation when she's interviewing for the job she explains if you want a bulldog that's not me I DO forensic interviews she's a nationwide expert in forensic interviews this is where your interviewing potential victims of horrific sex crimes that could be children or other vulnerable people to be very careful if you wanted to do a successful prosecution you have to be very careful in how you treat the person to get the information that you need to get the prosecution done so she is an expert in this she does it so skillfully and the thing that comes to mind for me is before the before the hearing we were told that Christine bloody Ford is terrified of flying and that's why we have to have these delays so she explores that very gently and Christine Lahti for does say that she has problems with flying and then by the end of the line of questioning we're learning that for someone who has trouble flying she literally does island hopping she flies over the Pacific it was as it was a subtle inconsistency we're not so subtle in this case that really made people kind of questions some of what they had been told and also question the ethics and behavior of her attorneys all right there's also the whole thing and we need the truth we need investigation while Feinstein the Democrats had this information for months and they sat on it till the very end do you think my theory is Feinstein did not do the leaking she had a much more left wing staff that went against her wishes in debt and then she was a prisoner to the situation you think that such deadly what we learned from the people we are that's simply what the people we spoke with in the Senate and in fact it is that that is that feeling that senator Dianne Feinstein staff is taking advantage of her and behaving in a much more political fashion and they are used to her being that leads Republican senators to be so upset that there is actually a near physical confrontation the in the ante room outside of the Judiciary Committee hearing room where people yelling and fighting and they're so frustrated at the loss of these people are on different sides of the aisle but they generally hold to certain rules and procedures those were cast out over the course of many weeks Kerry president George W. bush behind the scenes hugely influential throughout this process in terms of lobbying certain people who would listen to him but not trump right this is there were some themes in the book about trump the Republicans versus bushy Republicans but they formed this very effective alliance to make sure that this confirmation was achieved the last thing that I want to bring up because she comes up over and over again in the book and she is not my favorite Republican senator never has been but Susan Collins comes across in justice on trial as a serious fair minded rigorous thorough adult and I was already proud of her I think I am more proud of her having read this book especially contrasting her approach to this with senator Lisa Makowski for example of of Alaska who were they were kind of the peas in a pod they went different directions and the way that they reached those conclusions were Kerry strikingly different yeah and we were impressed to learn how consistent Collins had been from day one and really even this this pattern of really taking nomination very seriously is for her something that crosses the Isle she does the same kind of really involved intense analysis of a democratic nomination of people like Merrick garland she'd she'd really prepared for and we learned that when she was prepping for just her early interviews the cabin I get back during the quote normal period she learned his record down to the footnotes she hired extra lawyers who could help her as a non lawyer understand these then in the process as it got crazy she was also won the people most committed to the rule of law to hearing both sides and be sticking to evidence even had Chris more conservative Republican senators encouraging her to join with them to go against him and she said I wanna make sure I heard both sides we clear that come out in her statement on the Senate floor how articulate and how methodical she was and in a town.

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02:54 min | 3 years ago

"ford camp" Discussed on O'Reilly Auto Parts Pit Reporters

"Or down on the bottom and Chevrolet had given its drivers much like Talladega a stern talking to before Daytona. Everybody stays together every works go restaged lines. We're going to do things now and I think I don't know if it was an element of panic somewhat somewhat for Austin but I think you know it so ingrained right now in the driver's talked about all weekend at Daytona that it's all about staying true to your manufacturer <hes> alliance and I think especially for Chevy drivers th they felt as if if they needed to work together at all times and I think that that was a factor in the reason dylan cut down the trying to get in front of speaking about the whole manufacturer lines is thing how I mean. How far can this go especially at this time of year or even looking forward to Talladega when you're GONNA be in the middle of the playoffs? Wouldn't you may have to do something other than what everybody else is doing to stay alive in this thing and you got guys like Clint Boyer. Who's who are who's perilously close to the bubble who may have to say forget what the rest of the Ford guys doing? I've gotta do this yeah well. Especially look at the race last October. Talladega restored hostage dominated and <hes> obviously that's that's one team within the Ford camp but I it works and ever since Chevrolet put out this edict post Daytona where Chevrolet executives weren't happy about the fact that the Hendrick motorsports cars are working the gibbs cars and they said no more that we're working together. chevrolets won the past two superspeedway race is now at Talladega grand. Daytona was somewhat special circumstances with Haley but you can't argue argue with the results and success and so I don't see manufacturer deals really going away anytime soon even for a playoff race <hes>. I don't know it'll fall apart. Eventually I think I think someone's someone who needs to to be there at the end. Thank you know nate brought up a good point with the fall Talladega race being a playoff race. Someone's going to get burned. They're in they're going to miss the next round eventually because of it and I think you know other drivers are going to watch that and you know we know we're not going to pull over and let someone who needs to advance. You know get the win because all these guys are super selfish so I think the selfishness of warning to win the selfishness of being a competitor on the racetrack will eventually supersede team orders at the end of the day. That's that's what I think. I like. Bill Jarrett said on your broadcast over the weekend eight when he said basically it's I wouldn't mind if I gotTA walk into a meeting to get yelled at for going against team. Orders not carrying the trophy take chances pretty good deflector exactly where we go back early auto parts pit reporters. We're GonNa talk about the points because men I the way things play that at Daytona sonal didn't solve much anything with us. Hey travelers. Do you want to save money on your next flight then pick up the phone and call that's right call because.

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"ford camp" Discussed on Garage Pass National Show

Garage Pass National Show

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"ford camp" Discussed on Garage Pass National Show

"That was a disaster a day with his eighth eighth place finish. And before that he had finished in the top ten six straight races. A lot of people take six straight top ten's a lot of people take six top tens in season. But obviously, that's that's you know, that's that's not Kevin Harvick. That's not what they do. They don't. They're not racing for top ten's the racing for wins. And you know, they're getting beat up right now. The Gibson Penske cars are are taking the winds taking the taking the playoff points. I mean, you know, what harvick's two stages so he's got to play off points Kabul has got nineteen playoff points. You know, what if if for some reason the last spot to advance to the championship race comes down to Kyle Busch and Kevin Hart? Vic could the start of the season be the difference in? What gets Kyle Busch in and leaves Kevin Hari behind. Kevin Harvick quite aware of that. So, you know, there is a sense of urgency because you just cannot be giving up points cannot be leaving points on the table. You cannot be giving points to your competitors. And Kevin feels it. Senses. It and you know, look look trying to get the ship righted to where. Hey top tens are great. But they're not good enough. It's about winning. And that's what's and that's what they've got to do. And there again is talking about urgency. Everybody wants to get that first win in. And then you could take you got a little breathing room. And the taken the winds away, you know, he in need a lock in early in the early as you can that gives you a little more breathing room as well, as as you know. But I I tell you what I mean, I think in this era of you want to get as many playoff points. I think if you take the mindset of of of having some breathing room, I think that's the wrong mentality. I mean, I think I understand what you're saying. But I mean, you know, I'm. I'm still going to be going after win stage win everything like that. And maybe that gives me a little bit of freedom to to to try risk here there. But again, I'm going to be focused on wins. Because I cannot let Kyle Busch get that far ahead of me. I cannot let Denny Hamlin get that far ahead of me. I cannot let Joey Lagaan or Brad Kozlowski that. I mean, look there's a four guys right there. They got more playoff points. And if it comes down to plow points as becomes down to one of them or or Kevin Harvick with the gap right now. It stays the same. Kevin Harvick loses. Let me redirect for second. When I said breathing room. I kind of left out to you. If you have a chance to innovate a little more take more risks. So I limit to because I'm still going after points. I mean, I'm not well, absolutely. You take risks to get points. Though. You can't if you're saying taking points, then you, you know, it's kind of if you're bracing for points laying back a little so you take risks to get the winds to get the points. My point my won't boy, I hate heating. For those that sit on the grassy knoll. They will tell you that ever since Harvard got busted with the whole spoiler thing. Texas last fall that obviously the team is not one and it back may have been struggling. So were they in fact, doing something to help get all those winds that was a little on the illegal side. Look, I the way I look at it as if it was a legal. They would have been caught they got caught at Texas with the issue and they were penalized get caught Vegas last year and they were penalized. You know, he's still he's had a couple races raise lentil on a lapse. I mean, he was he was strong in Atlanta and was strong, strong and bega. So you know, those are two mile and a half tracks. Maybe they're a little bit. You know, I think it's fair say they're a little bit off of of the Team Penske cars because those are the strongest cars in the Ford camp right now, and they're a little bit off of the J G O L..

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