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"hunter ray" Discussed on ELITE University
"You know so. We built the story to to play into that While i was in the tub you know a a local tattoo. Artists come in and actually tattoo the restaurants logo on my arm. While i was in. I was in the while i was soaking in the tub. Their logos. great too. It's like three in the restaurants. Los toros such three bulls who look like they've come from a long night lows. Tore us all crazy looking so so we got that so it was kind of funny was like we built this outrageous headline and then we purposely came up with these other little gags within that to try and give the story even more legs so we had a couple other like influencers types guests. Come show up to the show up to the event what's added even more legs and these are the things that you know. They might not make the first headline but you know as people start as the interest starts rolling then find out that like you know like fox within like you know come out with another article being like oh and he also got the restaurant's logo tattooed on his arm and so after after the after the day of the stunt the it was one i don't know if it was like it might have been the day right after if not it was it was it was the second you know where we really saw. The i mean just the lake. I mean just the snowstorm of media craziness You know we like within those days. We had like hashtag beans trending on twitter with like the story. from reuters. reuters was the was the crew that that came out to to cover the event and and then after that was released. You know it just it was. It was crazy to see how i mean. How long is just ridiculous. Story lasted in the in the news cycle. You know so we were able to get it in hundreds of different Different outlets and and then it was like i want to say it was nearly nearly two months later. That that kelly clarkson had brought me on her show to talk about the gag. You know which was just. I mean again. This completely surreal and she because she was doing a show. You know helping plug you know. Local businesses here in los angeles and and gave us a thousand bucks or the gag. So we we. I went back. You know you know. Gave the money to to nick and we. We put like a couple of hundred bucks an opinion and for the people who had birthdays that night brought them up and they were You know they they basically what was. It was like a tequila bottle. Kenyatta that they they hit in money. This flew everywhere so it was like the ridiculousness this really just doesn't stop But to but to your point in terms of accomplishing goals. I mean i. I firmly believe that Outrageousness and entertainment is the number one way in. Which if you want to reach the masses that is that is the way to go. So i really do appreciate you sharing your time in in your thoughts so for the folks that are going on this yell. This is up my alley. I definitely want to know what's going on. Where where should people find. You can go in and check out our our marketing website. It's bullfrog agency dot com. You'll you'll.
"hunter ray" Discussed on ELITE University
"To it. It's like the the the results we saw just skyrocketed time for a quick commercial break. I want to invite you to join the elite university community to close membership group where you can meet other people who are dedicated to making better and better choices for their mind body and business. There are courses groups weekly accountability check ins weekly video. Chat hangouts sessions where we talk about anything everything and a lot more. It's a great place to learn how to reach elite levels so head over to elite dot university to apply today. See you on the inside it now. Back to the conversation with hunter in terms of timing right. Because you could have been like you know what i'll sit in a big help a bean dip. Let's do it tomorrow okay. So you could do it and then somebody might hear about it. So how long ahead were you planning. Was this six months ahead of time. You start talking to the owner and then six months later he actually doing it. Or was this a month. And you're handing out flyers with a little bit of messaging. Hey there's going to be something wacky in the parking lot on this time and day come see what it is or were you. Just ultra clear. Hey i'm going to sit in a tub of bean dip late. How how much of the gag did you give away. How far ahead of time right. Yeah what we did was. We gave ourselves a month's time and so that's a month worth of promotion started. Once we finished the landing page for it we gave ourselves a month to promote. And and that's also that's also strategically done because it's like we alerted the press just a week before it happened in and we really just wanted to go strong in terms of like once once the site was up and i was very clear with that you know we. I mean in terms of like the promotional assets. We had the page twenty four hour. Bean dip dot com and went. We went and recorded a little short video. That was just me outside of the restaurant. Sangyo ham hunter. And i'm going to be spending twenty hours of bean dip here and in it so real easy you know. You don't wanna be vague. I think if you have a great headline you want your really want to be aggressive with it and let people know and so it just started off with me just letting the entire stunt community now you know because You know los tourists also a kind of like a big Watering hole for for the stunk community. To you know back in the day. Like i mean cowboys would literally like ride their horses up to the parking lot of los toros tie them up going margarita and then like right off you know so you know so it's Very congruent in the sense. That i was like all right. I'm not alert. You know the stunt community then. We went online and started running ads locally. That was how we were able to help them. Build their list in a was by promoting the stunt and adding in that that giveaway. Because it's like the stunts great. That was for for me. Really it's like the stunt is the traffic stopper that's what gets people to say. Okay wh- what in the heck is going on with this man It in in very like polarized too. Many think like you know guy jumping into Beans i mean you know it's like okay that's far out. I mean you really have like. I mean just within seconds i mean just like people who just love and people who just ate it and in seeing that like i mean those the bickering back and forth over this ridiculous act was just amazing and and so then that helped like just drive up the advertisements that we were running online making it even more sharable and you know and so people would say they would say the stunt then they would opt in for the. Oh i forgot to tell you what we did. For the giveaway. I offered to give away a two hundred dollar gift certificate. Which was the equivalent to fifty bowls being live from the tub so they live from the tubby and gave that away. And so i think just like you know when you look at when you build a campaign in your you know you're helping out of business. I think aside from just doing a stunt because obviously a a stunt you're an event you know it definitely it. It takes a little bit more work. You don't you mean you definitely don't need to jump in a bean dip for twenty four hours to pull off a successful stunt either but you can apply that same sense of outrageousness or surrealism to your marketing. Messaging to better attract people. Because i think you know especially today were everyone's online. Everyone's promoting their business online. You know you you come to find that it's very easy just to kind of like follow the lead and say okay you know. They're they're kind of doing this so i'll do the same thing. And you end up finding that your your advertising cost is just so expensive because it's just if you can really dislike stop people and make them look at what you're doing because it just different. He ended up finding that. It's it's it's more effective and it's cheaper to. Yeah that makes a lotta sense all right so so you gave yourself a month and you were running ads locally geofencing. Your social media adds to the community. Get an awareness up to the community. Let that build direct them to the landing page that the only thing they needed to do was sign up in order to get that give away. That would be done at the day of the event. That's building buzz. Invisibility organically after the paid ads. And then about a week before the the go day. That's when you're reaching out to all the newspapers and and tv news saying hey in a week. I'm going to be doing this stupid thing. It's a great human interest story. You should probably come check it out right. Yes exactly and on that note so when it comes to the the pr in the publicity you know. It's you know when when you can offer someone on a silver platter. A guy who's spending twenty four hours in a tub of bean dip. It's very easy to run. That story. And i think it goes back to you. Know if you want it. You know if if you find that press can help your business you gotta come up with something newsworthy and.
"hunter ray" Discussed on ELITE University
"Walk you through how that idea dawned on you from being the rockstar to you. Know what. I bet people would pay us money to be awesome for them. So how did you add you put into together. That's extremely insightful. Know because i think there's a lot of folks who come from the world of entertainment and and that's what it is you know is entertainment and then you come to find that like you put a lot of energy and time into creating whether it's performances or events or shows whatever it is that you're really doing in in that world you know you come to find that you know the buck or a really lack of a buck kind of stops and You know because just like you said it doesn't It doesn't really accomplish. A you know what we would consider to be a marketing goal. You know a case in point even like when we did be you know the the big mud wrestle which which was something. I just wanted to do just for the for the heck of it. It's great it's like you know. Events are fun you know and you can definitely throw an event and get a lot of people you know there and and then and then that will then that will quickly be forgotten. You know and it's onto the next thing you know. So how can you create something that is so. That's the see that was was planted. Because we would do all these interesting things. You know all the time really just kind of you know light people up but then you're like all right well. What is this really accomplishing. You know how can this help a brand or a business or someone else you know. Who was maybe interested in. That kind of like you know electrifying you know as you say sorta like rockstar sort of feel by creating something cool but we needed to accomplish a goal and so what what happened was last year. You know really just being you know locked in you my my place. Just as everything was was shutting down and everyone was all us scared to death. You know. I really became obsessed with how to create the perfect headline and and i just. I spent just my days studying copy. How do you create something that draws attention and encaptures commands people's attention And as i was doing that really just for fun you know. I been attached to thinking well if we were able to take this idea and then create an event based around like a headline that is proven to work. Then i think we can get like a whole lot of traffic to something and then if we take that and then attach it to a marketing goal. It would be just interesting to see the results like so now for the first time like. Why don't we treat an event based on this really. This proven like headline formula. That's just been done time and time and time again where on paper it. It feels organic and it feels like it just spur. Just dropped out of the sky but really it's not and you know and so i remember i was out in Visiting my mom and dad. You know in in georgia and you know i was it kinda hit me you know. We were sitting at a mexican restaurant. Y- eating and i was like well. What if i would. If i what if i were to spend twenty four hours in a tub of bean dip and in what we did you know. Why don't we. Why don't we have that. Be the headline man. Spins twenty four hours tova. Bean dip in initially started off as As in barbecue sauce. I think was was like i was like the first Scratch idea and we were kind of like playing with that for a little while and thinking that might be kind of interesting to see if we can kind of some hype around that if we can accomplish a goal here and it was at the same time you know that we had heard You know that. Back here in california over here in chatsworth. Which which is where. I would swear i live There's this restaurant. Los toros and in this is another mexican restaurant me and my family have been going here like four ever and they're very very popular in the neighborhood like big family restaurant. You know just just the type of restaurant that you know. My parents and might might chew sisters would go to all the time for special occasions so it was always like this was always the spot like birthdays holidays. No whatever it was you name it. We would go to los toros and they have this like taylor bean dip like this addicting bean dip. Everyone here knows the beat. And and i i. I saw online that they were struggling. Due to to co vid and people here in the neighborhood were putting up go fund me is trying to do different things just to kind of get the word out that los toros needs our help right now and You know. And so. I saw that and i called the owner nick and just presented the idea and said you know nicolette. We'd like to try something here. you know we in so again we. We did not go in saying you know that this is. This is a proven. This was our first test really to see if we can create one of these outrageous ridiculous events based on the headline to to drive the traffic and do all that stuff and he was like he was like. Yeah would you be okay with you. Know drinking a margarita in the tub and i was like of course absolute. Let's do it. I'm not just okay with it. I prefer it. Yeah yeah let's let's do it. Let's them margaritas to and so in so then Then what happened was so. I built the landing page for them. Built the flyer for them and when we started you know working with the messaging you know where You know his it's it is it is popular when you're trying to drum up some traffic for a restaurant or that people will do like giveaways new little things like that. You know my my thinking is always like everyone's trying to advertise something everyone's trying to market everyone's trying to promote and what ends up happening is like you know folks kinda start doing the same thing you know and we start getting we start seeing the same thing over and over and over again and it loses that special quality or like you know what we would say is that surreal quality. You know the thing like the magic of seeing something that's far out completely unique in different for the very first time. That gets us so excited to wanna you know that that stops are day to pay attention to whatever the heck that thing is just in the same way that like magic or stunts things of that nature do and so because minds like how do we. How do we do that for business owners. How do we do it. to draw attention to what they're doing so we have to do something that's added the ordinary so even when it came to like the giveaway. That was like all right like we want to. You know we're doing this stunt but we really wanna like blow up your guys email us you know. We want to market this to people like local in the community. We wanna get as many people as we can. Subscribe to this flyer. You know so. We're like so back in the day it would have been like all right. We're doing an event You know we'll we won't know who you are at the at the end of this and it was like every single day we were seeing like hundreds of people opting into this and it was like it was just beyond like any other just standard giveaway promotion. Just your standard marketing thing that we we would have had done before for other businesses. It's like once we attach a truly far out outrageous story.
"hunter ray" Discussed on ELITE University
"Love big movies where crazy people are doing crazy stuff. And you're right. It's going to stunt folk. Are the people doing the hard work breaking bones getting injured on that for everyone else's entertainment. So how how in the world was that something you fell into. Absolutely yeah they. They are the ones that that do the dirty work you know without you know a whole lot of a whole lot of credit really and in how i fell into just because some of my family's is pretty much all stump people my my dad's a stunt man. He's been a stuntman for just over fifty years now he. He just turned seventy six This earlier this month and he. I'm twenty eight years old. He my dad broke his back. jumping truck off a bridge in in a stunt. That actually went completely wrong. The vehicle was not safety properly. And even you know even in the midst of great danger in being put into the hospital right when he got out he was Back behind the wheel to do then do stunts for for for fifty years. After the fact you know so it really is a stunt professional really is a rare individual ad say and so about just over twenty years ago How the stunt directory came about was that you know on a for a movie or a tv show the student coordinator. Which is the director of of the stunts. Basically you know they would put together. You know their group of of stunt men and stunt women and and there really was a way to audition stunt folks like you would enact or you know so community we have this term called hustling you know in. Wanna stunt person says i'm hustling today. That means that they are literally going down with their headshots and resumes to set getting onset in getting themselves in front of the coordinator which i mean from the advertising and marketing and business standpoint is to me i mean people just i mean their minds. Just get blown When they hear that. Because i mean it really is boots on the ground marketing yourself as a business and so hunter that will never scale. That will never work. Yeah yeah well. If you're really trying to scale in you know in view all i would say that. The that the stunt probably not the industry for you because You know you are the one person you know You know lighting yourself on fire unless unless you can kind of get yourself in the situation you know which you know where you maybe you got you know hundred guy. Maybe you got a hundred. You know stunt doubles of of your own you know maybe you can scale that way but you know so basically you know my My father took that idea and thought well you know. Why don't we make an advertising directory where stump people can sign up. you know. We can list what they're doing list what they're good at You know put them all in a in a hard copy book and and so that was the birth of of the directory just over two decades ago and You know about ten years ago. My father wanted to wanted to shut it down in that. You know i've always been a geek of always just been you know the Like you know the troll under the bridge. I don't have the You know the the the the the balls or the strength that you know the these stump performers have so just. I thought you know well y you know what instead of shutting it down. Why don't we bring it online and bring it up to speed and try and you know it and keep it going because i just wanna heard that all man i mean this is this is this is the coolest thing ever and in really when you look at the old directory I mean it's just amazing. I mean you're just you're just going through this yearbook of like just the most you know bad ass. I mean just top for performers in the world and then and then since then you know we you know i feel like i was able to then at least carry on the family business as a You know the tribute to my father and the tribute to stunt community. that's cool. That's cool so to that point of your dad breaking his back getting out in the hospital and going right back. That's that's right in line with the entertainment world and stage performers where it's always the show must go on. I often i often say it's not that the show must go on. It's that i've gotta get paid. And if i'm not on stage hitting my mark say in my lines. I don't get that paycheck at the end of this. A my bills are still going to be there. When i go home so you know what strap me and i'm driving right. Is that a big part of kind of what what drives that. That amazing work ethic is the understanding that you're the one that's gotta show up to do the work. Yes but you know it's But i mean as a stunt performer. I mean there really is. You need to E even just like like you just said you know you can't really scale these things you know so a lot of the things that we might do you know in your you know your standard you know more conventional business. You don't you really. Don't get into stunts for the money and in the Even just this past couple of weeks i've been. I've been working on a project interviewing a lot of different top stunt coordinators asking them you know what are the what are the five things that you know new stunt performers need to know to be successful and i'm talking to guys that have coordinated all the stunts in avatar or pirates of the caribbean or fast and furious like big blockbusters in a so. It's like these are coming from the top guys. And just the other day. I was speaking with garrett warren. Who's been a he. He did avatar and he does. All of james cameron's movie is like real big like big money stuff and this i mean he. He's one of the top guys and in you know one of his top five was. You can't do it for the money you as a stunt performer. You innately have to have that showmanship you want to. Because that is that is your art. That is what drives and inversely if that really is what is guiding this ship. You know then you find that you become the best. If you're really in it to be the best the money then follows now. I i i completely understand me especially in the world of entertainment. I mean you it is. It is very very difficult industry no matter where you're at especially today And that's something that my You know my partner. And i you know the one that you know which we'll get into. We we started a you know a marketing agency to create over top wild stunts for business owners. And when we come from you know doing music videos and doing you know little Commercials and things like that and it is. It is a tough business You know to keep that rolling you know so so yeah you know it's a it's i think it's the best of of both worlds. You know it's You really got you really gotta love it you know or it's It's the money will not be there so this this is going to be kind of a longer question but it makes sense. I think which is one of my mentors told me years ago. Saying listen jonathan. Nobody needs a magician. Nobody needs a mind reader. Nobody needs an entertainer. They need their problems solved. And if you're going to go in as the rockstar you're not gonna get booked all that often but if you're the person who can devote your skill set in the service of helping something bigger then you're gonna have all the work that you could handle so it was interesting to me to see your path from stunt to promoter and marketing to help other people get their message out so.
"hunter ray" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"In the nba eleven with a box and all nba gold medal in the two thousand eight summer olympics michael. Sometimes i gotta talk football even during the finals. I apologize for that. No worries at all browns. You got your your columbus guy. By the way you're just opened. I heard a new Yoga studio in columbus. So good for you. You've you've seamlessly moved into retirement. I wanna talk about. I want to talk about first thing. The bucks it's a very old physical team. The sundry young finesse team. They like fast temple. They're small thin. Mikhail bridges barely two hundred and ten pounds. The bucks are brook lopez and jaanus. Its fiftieth pj. Tucker it's bobby portis. I feel like in this finals. Michael if it's half court and situational. I like the bucks if monty williams can increase the tempo i like the sun's that's how i view it. How do you view this morning. it's funny. You mentioned that. Because i was thinking about the game night and i'll be there tonight at the game. The bucks made their size centric and they became more Dominant in in game three because of the size of physicality and that's the one advantage that they have won eight out the game you could. You could see how the bucks impose it physicality on the signs right sons are up and down fast paced And so the bucks figuring out we need to make our offense big centric and they did that integrate java the honest which is it and primarily because eight out the game even drew holiday is a physical point. Guard bobby portis. Pj tucker you know. Jaanus is an interesting player. First of all. He's a wonderful guy. He works hard on his game. The free throw stuff. He's not going to be the first big. That's not great at the free throw line. Tim duncan for years. Michael struggled at the free throw line but he can be streaky. there's moments him. Would you be reluctant to have him on the floor. Michael in the last three minutes of big game or would you just be like you know what i'm gonna. He's not ben simmons. He's not afraid to shoot or would you. But would you be a little concerned. We got to a game six or a game. Seven were tied late. would you pull them off the floor. How would you do that dance. Yeah no no. He is the moment right. And as a player you adjust to the moment you rise to the moment and he's shown that in spurts. The route is the series. Especially so no you trust you. Trust your best player in those moments. He's made improvements at the free throw line as he did the other night. You have no choice. I think at that moment but the trust him in those moments. Yeah you know michael. Your career is interesting. I mentioned it before you came on last segment. It reminds me a little a gary payton. Were gary came in for year. Two and people were like yeah. It's just not it's just not explosive. And a year to later. Gary payton all star and michael reginald star back you at a year. You average twenty-seven it usually we have a sense in the first year. We have a sense in the first year. This guy is going to be an all-star you and peyton explode. And i look at the andre eight and michael. I thought he was a bus first year. As like. this doesn't work and now you're like oh my lord take me back to your career. What was the spark that turned you from four game to twenty. I think confidence in myself no matter where i was drafted. I was drafted late. Second round but the one thing that i had that eight has great leadership great veterans. I had great veterans and lindsey hunter ray allen urban johnson tampa sale Guys that really really poured into being mentored me and so eight and has a chris paul. Who's been big for him. The sheer in a lot of ways. there's certain things that players can do. That coaches can't do as far as veterans. And so that's what was the big beneficiary for me. I had tremendous veterans that i'll really learn from and My career took off from there but for the record you played in the olympics with chris paul now many many of said he's tough he's of he's verbal. I mean i've gone to games. When he was a clipper that would sit courtside and i would hear him and i'm like blake griffin had tuned him out so when you played with them. Did you sense that he's not for everybody. He was young at the time so he was twenty two twenty three at the time and so he was very irreverent. He was himself but he was very reverend to myself. Jason kidd kobe. Teashop prints caused boozer. We were kind of older heavy at the time too so we had a good balance between young and older and he was chris. He was a leader vocal in court. But he wasn't what people say is now as far as being more tough and not acquired taste but I enjoy doing my little brother. We had a great relationship. We played together. Those three years did live together. Our fathers close to this day still so He's terrific. He's a winner and he's a leader. Yeah i want to talk about the olympic experience because you went to. Beijing won a gold medal. Two thousand eight. You went eight now. And i was saying this first of all. The construction of olympic teams is interesting in america. Where team australia. The spanish team. For years and years. It was the same guys australia. We have so much talent in america. Michael we just have new guys going constantly and it can be choppy. We also don't this team doesn't have a rim protector per se. It's some guys didn't want to go after the condensed season they didn't want to go play in the olympics. They our team has struggled a little bit in the first three games they've played is the world catching up to us or is it a matter of you know we keep throwing different guys on this team. You can't create chemistry in a weakened. Vegas where do you land on their early struggles. Oh man great question. I think the one thing that we had maher experienced at jerry colangelo kochanowski establish stability at the top. Jerry was clearly in control. Mike patrol in two thousand five. We all had a conversation with jerry. Colangelo and jerry was buried directly saying. Hey listen this is going to be a three year process. Is everybody committed. And we all to a man said were committed and so we had the cohesion. We have to aready. We had a chemistry. That may winning the gold medal. Also more sweet so as much as we love that moment waiting to go meta. We knew it took three years to get out point so i don't know if this current team has had that the world has certainly caught up for sure. The world is advanced. As far as basketball skills we in america are a system that's a whole nother conversation for another day. We're athletic were gifted in so many different ways but the world is certainly caught up as far as learning how to play the game skill all of that and so we should be surprised to see challenges. We were challenged. We play spain and the championship gold medal game. So i'm surprised that we're losing still but the prize at the world's caught up you know. I said this yesterday. Fifteen years ago in america michael are football and basketball cultures. Were the exact same. You were ridden hard by a good high school coach. You went to college for three to four years and we're ridden hard by a good college coach and when you went to the nba. You had to be pretty respectful to the coach. 'cause he's still had power. The football culture is still that today. The basketball culture is different. It's more transitional you play even play highschool. You have a coach for a couple years that want you on the team. You have a college coach for a year. That will do anything to get you and we have a league now where you walk into this league. There's too much money you'll get rid of the coaching and our stan van gundy is gone. I said this the other day. I think we're creating better basketball players but less resilient basketball players is that they are bothered by twitter. I can't see michael. Read and michael jordan being bothered by twitter. Maybe i'm wrong generational opinion but but do you worry a little bit. That the player. It's always been a labour driven league. The employees the players have always had the power in this league. That's when i was a kid. Spencer haywood to the seventies. But are you worried that sometimes now. It's so much about the players that they're not as resilient as they.
"hunter ray" Discussed on WGN Radio
"A T six is from the fourth Flying Training Squadron, Columbus Air Force Base, today's flyover. Now let's meet the starting lineup for the Honda Indy 200 at mid Ohio. Row. 13 Ryan Norman, United States. Jimmy Johnson, United States Road, 12 Conor Daly, United States. Jack Harvey Lincoln, England Row 11 Santino Ferrucci, United States. Don't Kill it. Canada Row 10 Patricio AWARD. Monterrey, Mexico. Takuma Sato, Japan, Row nine, goes on friends. Max Chilton, England, Row eight. Jones, Dubai Simon Vaginal, France, Row seven. Scott McLaughlin, New Zealand. Felix Rosenquist, Sweden, Rose six. Suggestion. France three Ms VK, the Netherlands, Row five. Ryan Hunter Ray, United States, James since Cliff Canada. Low. Four G Ray Hall, United States of America. Alex Bello, Spain Road three. Alexander Rossi, United States, Scott Dixon, New Zealand road to Willpower. Australia. Marcus Ericsson, Sweden, on the outside of Rwanda, Golden Heard of the United States of America and starting on the pole. Joseph New Garden, United States. Hi. I'm IndyCar driver Josef New Garden with a message from outrun the sun. Did you know if you filled the Indianapolis.
"hunter ray" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Out of the way! A couple of other drivers here on pit lane Alex below complaining of understeer the exit of turn number one in the midway port of turn over to another driver, complaining about his card culture hurdle. He said that he is going away all across the board. Brian heard of his Of course, father and his race strategist telling It worked those tools because I really have nothing else to work with because of those tires, So we'll see what happens. We called her too. But we expect the rest of the field cup again in the next 5 to 10. I'll tell you, Ryan Hunter Ray has a handful of race card Nick Yeomin, and he is stacking up cars behind him. Namely James Hinchcliffe, Felix Rosenquist, Qatar daily and all those guys. They're going a lap down the leader, Scott Dicks. Yeah, it's all happening right in front of our leaders there or did turn over one. Scott Dixon and Alex below are now nose to tail, but they are stuck in lap traffic. This is allowed willpower to creep into the mix. But mark they're all trying to get around Ryan Hunter Rey, who now looks like he's gonna pull below the apron. Go to Pitt Latest Scott Dixon slips around James Hinchcliffe and puts the mayor lap down. Conner Daly among those going to pit road and now Alex Bolo comes off of turn up before they slip into number one, and it looks like below is gonna work his way around. James Hinchcliffe. Let's go to pit road. Jake, wearing Under Daley has come on to pit road. He will pitch right in front of tone economic cannot has yet to come in that Gallagher machine now sits and waits for Firestone Firehawk screen stops so far from a hunter daily fuel and he is down and away. Meanwhile, Tony Kanaan stays out. He's in the pit stall right behind kind of daily, but we have a caution on the track in turn over to mark. I believe it's Sebastian board. A. That's right. Jake and Sebastian Board Day lost the race car into turn number to expect the wall and he has come to arrive. Yes, on the course. Pretty hard hitting the killing. Yeah, he was was a big pack of like three or four cars making their way through Turn number two. You see Sebastian moving around in that cockpit, but it is heavy, rear damaged rear wing rip off of that car. There's right front suspension damage, smashing pops the steering wheel off, shaking his head and dismay. An odd place for a caution, though. Market here right the middle of a Pittsy upstate from pit road. When we come back to Texas for nearly 60 years, he's been a fixture in the broadcast. Spoon. He's called play by play on radio and television for sporting events around the globe. But his first love has always.
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"Lead 66 life. Yesterday it did so a dominant faction. He's having that kind of day today he mentioned after qualifying when he won the pole position. He knew that that's the type of race that you could see. Oftentimes here in Ohio, you get that clean air. A lot of Times. If you just take care of your old business, it's gonna work out well in your favors so far has been a dominant Michael stretched that lead out now to 2.1 seconds, rallies, and Rossi David. My question for you is how difficult is it to be an Alexander Rossi spot right now where he's looking at that arrow screen. Cold herd is getting farther and farther away, but he knows he has to baby those black tires. I have about the way you know It's awful hard, because right now Rossi having such a difficult year funny kind of got a got a good British yesterday to get him out of that slump, But you know he wants to win this race, so it's hard for him to hold back Now. His best case scenario, I would have to say is Hold the Cole Turner wears those reds out on if yellow Cups in the end, and he would have, you know, fight power to come back with blacks on another impressive thing right now is like fast slaps raise your guys that aren't even in contention. Scott Dixon, Quickest lap fruit you in the next witness one, Although Ray all His third quickest lap of day finds himself in this, but you know what he ran for yesterday. So no surprises. Simon Pagenaud is stalking Marcus Eriksen. That is the battle for the sick position. In turn number four of those drivers will make the right hander into turn number Ford's Marcus Eriksen by about four car legs. Over Simon passion, but I'll be honest with you, Mark. They both might be running down Grand MRE Hall a bit as well so that our battle for 6 may very well become a three car battle for parents and a passionate seem to have strong cars here in the final 25 inches toward they've been in Thunder Valley. There's no doubt about it, although as they go through Thunder Valley Now that separation, however, Eriksson is able to get a little distance, Thunder Valley but passionate was able to bring a little bit later in the fall upon it out of the carousel there full Saugus they head toward turn number one now will see event battle baby shapes up a little bit. What we're watching here is the battle for the fifth position has it Eriksen and passion over stalking. Those are the two guys who want it right now. They're a little closer together for the people. Yeah, they got some distance between the rest of the pack as they make their way. Return it number two again. Marcus Eriksen trying to keep Simon National and may it's been tough to do over the years and ending carbon. Nice job right now. In the battle for six Erickson holding on his manager over Simon, passionate was right at 1.5 seconds Joseph Garden trying to catch tactic with battle for the championship. He's tracking down his teammate. Power power has the position. New Garden is about a half a second behind trying to gain speed. Now, as they headed toward the carousel goes to ran one to pretty much all day yesterday, qualifying issues for both of them made Today's battle Quite a bit more tedious. Syrian race number two Rebound Is there The top 10 is new guards advantage over willpower, Mark just amount to second complete 55 laps. Next time buy and leave me to go with 75 lap race. Second half double enter here. Give me the full field rundown. Has led 36 laps today. People on Alexander Rossi a 2nd 2.7 seconds back Ryan Hunter Ray's third, Scott takes his fourth grand recall This fifth Erickson, six. Passionate was seven. Power is a new garden this night possible warden speaking. Jack Harvey is back to his 13 14.
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"Their season opener up in South Ben taking on the Duke Blue Devils, Notre Dame with a 27. The 13 victory. Ian Book 19 of 31 for 263 Yards, one touchdown, one interception, But the game belong to Kyron Williams for the Irish. He ran for 112 yards and two touchdowns plus Had to receptions for 93 yards as well to leave the Irish who will host South Florida. Next Saturday afternoon. Racing today. IndyCar Siri's at mid Ohio willpower picking up victory, beating Joseph New Garden, Alexander Rossi, Graham, Ray Hall and Ryan Hunter Ray Scott Dixon finished 10th Noblesville native Counter daily was 13th doubleheader this weekend, which means IndyCar will race at mid Ohio again. Tomorrow. Now scar raising at Richmond in the Xfinity Siri's today, Justin All Geir picking up the win and then ask our cut guys were raising tonight, Brad Keselowski. Your winner, clinching a spot in the next round of the playoffs. Martin Truex Jr. Finishing second, followed by Joey Logano, Austin Dillon and Chase Elliott in the top five. NASCAR will be at Bristol next Saturday night. And of course, we're gearing up for tomorrow. The 2020 season opener for the Indianapolis Colts down in Jacksonville against the Jags. Everyone is looking good to go. Just two guys on the injury list. Julian Black when the safety is out with a knee injury kick off tomorrow at one o'clock. Network. Indiana Sports I'm Rob. Welcome back everyone to India Sports Top donor network Paul Country from the regional radio sports Network in the Indian Football Digest joins me..
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"Front there about fruity, finds himself in this of the position. Haven't talked much about him. He's right behind our poll Senator Marco Andretti. So he's doing a good job today. And I think Marco doing what he said He would do David not worry about that. Leading 200 laughs, but you know, we're 48 laps in now. Marco still finds himself very much in contention. He's running in the top. He's definitely in the game. Right now. We see him in that six position. Like I said, behind Sado and right in front of Guruji. So he's in the game. No question about it right. At last speed. He ran with 2 14.6 leader Scott Dixon to 17 point once a little bit off the pace, like I say right now seem to be a little difficult to pass right now, but that could change the race. Go. No one happier. That's got Dixit after this round to stop Nick Yeoman because he has a lead of 1.2 seconds over Alexander Rossi. Yeah, really with those guys early guys kidding. It's allowed Dixon hand Rossi to pull away big advantage. Michael Younger's they turn to You want to know what kind of runs Jin is having right now. Simon pageant is just now entering turn number three Dixit right now, at the halfway point of back straightaway again, about a second and a half ahead of Rossi. Clearly, Scott Dixon's got a car that he's really to his liking so far that PNC Bank machine just down below the White Line eight Carly today, the jumper Alexander Rossi. He started second, but he led the first lap of this race. Scott Dixon Bacchus, the leader. A good way back is Alexander Rossi, in second notice, last time by the battle for fourth seems to be shaping up a bit. That is the battle between Ryan Hunter Rey and Takuma Sato hotter Ray with a bit of an advantage as they hit port one. It's called three car lengths is both of those drivers are her way into turn number 100 corner for Carly's pretty much running around right now, about another two car. Legs out of the exit have turned up to Coop Asado. They're about halfway down the back straightaway right under a saddle for a couple of former winners, mixing it up Brian Hunter Ray with the coup Masato just behind him. There's a decent gap before you get to Marco and ready and then second year man Santino Rocchi. They get to the short shoot on the North side, and Sado looks down to the inside. But he'll stay behind putter Ray with about a three car length advantage. You put it down on time again, Scoring plus 17 of Santiago Ferrucci. He's worked his way up right now. He's looking strong, not only 17 positions, but since this The start of the last restart. He's 12 spots up right now looking goodness Sabbath position. Put pressure on Marco Andretti, and he and Alex below have worked well together so far this year, his teammates with Santini being the primary guy and the two car team, Alex hanging around the top 10 12 spot for Polo. He absolutely as a rookie doing outstanding job right behind. Colton heard a WHO Actually, If you think about a Colton hurting, really, really a rookie in this race his second time here, but he only made like one or two laps last year, so he's he's basically rookies. Well, Dixon and Rossi tightening up it all. Make yeoman into one gin. Has I noticed that one last go in seconds? They both ripped through. Turn over one, Michael six car lengths. Rossi started clothes a bit fiction takes it up to the South and wall. Rossi will follow suit. Now Dixon will sweep out game a little bit. I agree with you. I thought Ross, he was closing up, but looks like tension stretching that lead ever so slightly. Scott. Sin is about the surpassed Bill. BUCA bitch for eight on the all time lapse lead list here of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway He enters turn for with a comfortable advantage. Now over, Rossi get a sweep out of turn number four. Well off the white line with Scott Dixon has opened up a nice margin over second place. Alexander Rossi 1.2 seconds, two laps to go. It's 8/10 of a second, and we're looking behind them seeing who might tighten up a little bit. Other race Sato that looks interesting into turn one before we watch more of that battle. We need to check in the day for you Notice. Alexander Rossi is catching Scott Dixon, and he's doing so by also saving fuel. They got the fuel mixture turned down a little bit. Still, though, complaining about a little bit of a tightness in turns one and three might take a little ring out here in the next 10 laps. Gypsy leaders backup Primary Chronicle. He's really happy with the race car just told Jimmy Vasser insisted the Congo line problem is chasing already. He's got a big career win week ahead of him to something. The Air Ray Sato the battle from forth into Turn one. They are nose to tail hunter Ray takes a much wider line into the corner. He'll get a nice charge. Morning, three car lengths ever so slightly. He'll take that machine just down below. That White line gets a nice wad out of turn. Number two comes trying That Brian Hunter Rey starts to drift a little bit high. Try to close off Takuma Sato in return Number three. He will manage to shut the door for now. Saddle that two colleagues behind him. Just maybe about two car lengths. Now, Jake is there out of four. Huddle right with about a 2.5 to 3 car linked advantage over Takuma Sato. Completing 55 tied by Dixon Rossi v K. Hunter Rey Saddle the top five. And ready Ferrucci Award. Hinchcliffe, a new garden top 10. Well, there's Jake. Query says Got Dixon Re riding the record books consistently, Donald Davidson says Dixon is climbing up an impressive list here at IAB off.
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"What this is an incredibly brave move but dark I am not aware of the lead but cast members got back around hunter ray leaving the American star with a little more work to do before a mortality one hundred and three cars moved to the outside of the one eight hundred it is one it's going to lead Indianapolis five hundred mile race win but the stand out to me is when a hunter ray and you don't think of him as as being somebody that passionate and and risk taking but it but evidently he airs and when he goes for the inside passionate they always in the grass when he's not but the Aleutian airs and the fact that there's nothing very much just bear with the infield on the left and and cash and it was on the right but I mean that that had to be a move with with with with the skill involved but I mean that was a move of passion coming up next one of the greatest to Mandelson speedway history this is he rolls of the five hundred presented by Miller lite the official beer of the Indy five hundred and ninety three W. I. B. C. in the nineteen eighties rhyolite help teach America about aids and had no control over getting aids the young man from Kokomo had to grow up overnight demand blood transfusion America had to grow.
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"Is America's trucking network with run the way with day. All yeah. That's me, an RV. John man, judge une-. She's on the replay there in FOX, if she just had a good opening monologue backing Donald Trump. So you need to get some more info and some new material. That'd be good place to do it. Hopefully, maybe DVR did or whatever. But hey let's get back to the phones. I've got deady Bopper coming to hold onto the Boppard. Let me talk to Tyler he's been hold on longtime Tyler you wanted to respond to something. But the American Eagle is talking about. Yeah. I say pre brother. Yeah. And I mean great points on all, but one thing he mentioned, in particular that stood out the tax and accounting, the about usually three to four hundred individual tax returns per year. Probably around. I'm gonna get eighty two hundred small business returns and a picture, the it's sort of, like if you're in a classroom, everyone types attached. You get an A on that test. And well, the professor says, I'm going to lower your great just see because Johnny in the back made a D. And we can't have that. So everybody has to be on the same. I mean, the more you do the more the better you do. And I'm going to guess American Eagle has probably higher tax brackets, because it doesn't take huge amount of income to get there. I mean if somebody is single and they make I'm rounding here, but about thirty nine thousand or higher. That portion of income that they make about thirty nine thousand is taxed at twenty two percent and of course some higher, and that's just the federal and I mean you see small business owners shit. I mean they get hit with federal I mean they get hit with. I mean because for every employee, they pay social security Medicare taxes that, that hasn't with help from their checks. They have to pay that exact same amount. So there's a I mean amounts there, then you have federal unemployment stayed on employment. I mean some I mean, depending on the profession, I mean sales taxes and I mean it's all just I mean I mean local. I mean the city I'm in Ashley get two percent payroll fat. I mean all just just how. And I mean, the more successful you are the more. I mean the more you get hit. Well, hey, what what do you think? Tyler did you hear the latest story about the communists that runs the New York City that the Blasios now he wants to run a United States? He's out there trying to shake down small businesses. He wants everybody to pay all their employees, regardless of their part time or full time or whatever, give vacation time, they've served this and deserve that. I mean what do you think about that? Comrade out there ordering small businesses. A lot of business can't afford to do a lot of that. Oh my gosh. I have not heard at this point. But I mean the small businesses. I mean a lot of them right now we're getting kit. I mean, they're just getting over that. I mean, the teeth of ObamaCare that sunk in. I mean. That's right. That really hurt small businesses no doubt about that. Of course, the media won't portray that, but I can pay for fact. I mean they talk about all the time, the democrat politicians over there in Columbus Ohio, they're raising taxes sky high. Then they get their little special groups that have shaken down people that's going to get tickets for a bunch of different events and a new seven percent tax to fund their group. Of course, I think they're like nonprofit where they pay themselves. You know multiple one hundred thousand dollar big salaries and stuff. Call himself nonprofits or whatever, but they get all that money, right? Back into funding take care of them. But I mean yeah, the so the democratic politicians they have a way to taxes, span taxes span, and it's always the hard work in middle class, type people. Yes. And. Especially and the thing with Kentucky that I mean, we're I'll live. A week. There's a cap on sales tax. We're not going to see many communities and active. I mean how high on the other hand I mean. I know I think Cincinnati I haven't seen. I think Cincinnati was two point one or two point five percent on the payroll. I believe, and I mean, and of course Columbus. I mean, a lot of these bigger cities. I mean, many of which are democrat, Ron. It's getting harder and harder to with just all the taxes that are hitting it. I mean, small business owners. I mean they're just kidding. Right at right now. I mean, I've Meyer anybody who would step in. Not like run a small business. Well, I in, in somebody and of course, I think that some of the Democrats squawk about it the big wealthy millionaires are always campaign donors to the Democrats, sometimes put Republicans, too. But seemed like they get all the tax breaks the corporate welfare, but you very seldom ever see any real small businesses get the tax breaks. They used to get in the past. Right. And I mean I mean wealthy. I mean, we're hacked, I think back in the nineteen forty I mean they were taxed as high as one night in percents. I mean, once their income reached a certain level, that number. Yeah. Well, that's, that's probably why they shipped all their money overseas, as little tiny islands stuff like add tax havens as they call it so nuts. Very insightful. What you're saying. Well, that's why you know, Donald Trump actually said he wants to do some more tax relief in make it strictly aimed at the hard work and middle class. But course Pelosi and her crowd, they're congress. They got no stomach for that, because they need more and more money, and they wanna ship all that money, the sanctuary cities. Well, I don't know. There's stories you could probably look it up online, the communist governor out there in California, now wants to call it a vacation state for anybody who wants to kill babies come on out there, and they're gonna hook me up. And, you know, you give you get all the eagles could get free healthcare and bright free vacations. And you got another guy running for president deserve as you get a thousand dollars cash stuck in their pocket and they could go out and buy some more drugs or party or whatever the hell they want to use it. So I mean these Democrats are all about spending everybody else's money except their own. Yes. And I mean it. I mean and Trump's tax plan his original plan. I believe I think if I remember right. It was ten fifteen and twenty five percent with the four tax brackets. And I know that the ten percent is the lowest frac federal level. And I don't think it's been below ten percent since nineteen forty one so I mean, if that can continue to push things like that. I mean you mentioned like dollars French. I mean, in that, and universal basic income is a frightening thing. And it's becoming more and more accepted to those of you watching or listening and may not know what that is. That is. I mean, pretty much you get a check in the government, no matter what. And. One thousand dollars cash compliments, your democratic presidential candidate and stuff. And of course, it's all money. I mean, we're already into poorhouse anyhow, all that money to China, you know, Bama random country and he called Bush unpatriotic for running up the dead, then he turned around and ran up higher than all the presidents combined. Yes. And I mean that was a scary. Thing. And I mean you see, I mean more I mean, it's I mean we have to run out of money at some point. Hopefully it is, you know. Too soon all down the line. But I mean, I hate to say it, but, I mean, that means everybody's kids are going to be paying this thing. But, you know, these college kids, they go get an education nowadays. And I think it's only about the worth the papers written on because they got no idea what the hell's really going on behind the scene. I can't tell you how many young kids now that come out here, mostly women too, and I got two young daughters. But they think this fake Indian polka Hannah's warn is a greatest thing since sliced bread in. They don't know what she stands for anything like that. But I mean it she stands up there and lies and lies calls Trump everything under the sun. Of course. She's one of the ones that we're all bunch of. Hey, hey, seed Hicks out here, deplorables, and smelly WalMart shoppers, and blah, blah, blah. But, you know, these young favorite brainwashed by her phony rhetoric. I mean it's easy to do when you promise the farm and you know, you're not have to pay for college. Not available pay for healthcare, you're not going to be able to pay, you know thousand dollars in your pocket for this. And that I mean, no wonder they turn around and support somebody like the fake Indian. Yes. And I mean schools are I mean, I remember being not that can politics until I got into college right? I mean, and I wasn't even a Republican. Right. Why, why all the professors, it's like I mean so many of them. It's all the same thing, tolerance and open mindedness, and all this junk, and I mean, they actually try to use that. And of course, you prevent, I mean, I remember I was I actually was very big on that. Paying in different from odd and professors all quick shout them down. And I'm not. Well, that's what she call class warfare. And the Democrats. Well, let's let you fly because I take another break these other callers on here. So thanks for calling in, in talking man. Okay. Okay. Thanks. Thank you. Okay. Let's go ahead. David, we'll take a short break right, here America's trucking network. Trucking network coal Kassir passing Tyler Rettig with the lead on the last quarter of the last lap to win. Saturday's extended erase it overtime at Pocono raceway ready pants Custer on the overtime restart with Custer chased him down riddick's car that drifted up the track on the final corner of the last lap giving Custer the chance to get five for the win chase Brusco. Wound up third. Ryan freeze fourth and Christopher bell finished fifth. William virus scored his second consecutive topping the field for Sunday's Cup raise the Pocono, four hundred in Pennsylvania. Byron wins the poll that one hundred and seventy three point four nine four miles an hour. It's Byron third pole of the season his career. He has started on the front row in three of the past four points races. Kyle Busch rolls off second on Sunday, followed by Clint Bowyer Eric Jones and Brad Keselowski into top five. Denny hamlin. Kyle Larson Jimmy Johnson Daniels Juarez in Austin Dillon round out the rest of the starting top ten Sunday at Pocono. Oh, Joseph, new garden, one an accident filled race number one, the Chevrolet Grahn free in Detroit for the NTT IndyCar series, Saturday, which was condensed into a seventy five minute time race after severe weather delayed the start by over an hour in the motor City, New garden hose off pole-sitter Alexander Rossi over the final green flag run of twelve and a half minutes to take his second victory of the season to Kuba Sada was third. Feeling Rosenquist was fourth followed by Ryan hunter Ray, it'd be five hundred vendors Simon finished six Graham Ray hall. The seven willpower.
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"Tony Donnie joins me on the Saint Vincent sports. Forma ceylon. Tony something about carb day that vied. It's been created. It is a special special day in Indianapolis, while currently party type atmosphere. But the end of that lights race Oliver ask you getting the win every year. We talk about this like three on car based healing shell because the finishes so close. He was the closest finish and the history of the Napa Motor Speedway. Nobody knew who won until they showed up and freezing on the on the big screen. But all of our gets done. And it was an awesome day calling the gang. They, they got on it and foreigner. So there was a great crowd of today, and they stuck around and saw the lights rate, they still a heck of a Finnish because. They came right down to the wire. There was a really bad, infant. I laugh one but on a red flag on the drivers fine. And then they raise it out for those final thirty eight thirty seven laps right down to the wire Oliver replied. Interesting to you look at the history of this race. And you look at people who are driving on Sunday. There are a whole bunch of people, they're starting Indy lights. There's about that. I mean you think about Spencer on the front row, even at carpenter rant of lights, you know, there's so many drivers on the paddock. Marco Andretti, who had successive lights, and you know we saw last year. Copenhagen won all three races. At I met I met a light series including the oval race. I'm carp. And now he's starting this. You win that any light sandwich. It almost guaranteed that you'll be in the following year. I mean Apple's five hundred. This year pay lace the before Piggott each reiver's, that win the lights championship graduate to the Indianapolis five hundred look. The perfect sample. He's one after thousand one Indy lights all support series championship now, he's starting to role of the five hundred. It may be a grassroots effort for some but it gets you on a bit you index positions. And you could show your talent Spencer, perfect sample that, Tony you with us. We're talking about Motor Speedway. Why not Tony Kahn fastest sin carb day? Santino for rucci Tacoma Sato, Jordan, King James, Davison and Sebastian day, the top six lots of lamps, it looks like they, you know, everybody has something they're trying to do something that working on shocks springs. Those kinds of things kind of a normal day. Fortunately, everybody made it through all right? Yeah. They got really racy there in about the last half hour practice session, like you said, everybody was safe. It was clean. It was green really impressive James, David. I talked him on Monday. Hey, how's your call? How you doing, you know new team? You gotta just you know what we can be better. Well, you chart which is better than about six or seven full-time team better than he said, man. I've got a dial in and he was top five of Jordan guy who I talked to two weeks ago. And I could what's your biggest challenge is the first time you've run on I a five hundred. What? All month. Is it gets trust your? But trust what you feel trust. What you have in a car, I said in that you trust your but any said, absolutely. And it felt great we're good traffic, which tells me that your team can move from the front moves to the back up to the front. And you know what it is a rate can be one from anywhere, as we know our dinner all came out of nowhere to win it. Twenty sixteen even Huma saga may have had a car and twenty seventeen came out of nowhere. He was dark horse as we know that, that rates Alonzo. Let a lot of laps anybody can win from anywhere from about fifteen back. I have a chance to fourth, it's all about the patient getting through that lack sent dialing your car for those last probably twenty to twenty two laps about one eighty is where you want to be your bed. Then it'll be all the finish on Sunday. Of course, the weather stays and cooperate. Well, I think we'll get enough good weather that they can run it people forget that. Oftentimes this race is one in lost in the pits. And today with the pit stop competition, shock of shocks, and someone driving for Pinski or Chip, Ganassi did not win the pit competition. Yeah. I talked to him bell, who was a longtime competitor at the five hundred and twenty sixteen best car and lost it in the pig. He was let go released from the pit don't teammate Ryan hunter Ray ran into him and took him out, so you want to get into the pits. You wanna have a clean stop within about seven point three senators. Good stop, and you wanna get out Queen. It's gonna be a quick clean relief and you're gonna have room to blend. Yeah. Like you said it is worn in loss in the pick, if you have eight nine ten second picks up, they're gonna lose seven to ten physicians. And if that happened late in the race you're gonna. Back at dinner off. Twenty sixteen is in the back in pits up feel hose connected, and he roll the dice away hat to point a few mileage. But if you have a good car near the top five best cars, you have to have great pitstops. It's not. You're gonna fall. So far back, you won't have you you'll have the time or the ability to recover Donahue, we're this. We're talking about in five hundred. All right. So now we have downtime fans get a chance to hang out and do good things. Go to concerts take part in all the parties that are going on in and around the track drivers though, I would think it drive, you crazy, because you don't even raise for, you know. Another another two days, so to speak it. I talked the grammar all about this. I said, what, what's the most focused and like let's restful time you have anything, you know what it's practicing in the car and I put the visor down. There's nobody interview me dating to talk to you and I could just go down. Go out there and do for a living. And that's the thing like, you know Monday had the practice today. You gotta practice but there were three or four days of media between tomorrow, raid, an autograph session drivers meeting. There's something always going on. Somebody's for drivers won't get the bed tomorrow night, the night before the biggest rates. Their lives until eleven o'clock tonight, even ready has a party tomorrow night. So, you know, you gotta do the sponsorship, but you gotta shake hands kiss babies and all the good thing. But you want to get some sleep because race morning wakeup call six AM. So you just hope that if you're driver, you can get you can get six or seven hours sleep. Maybe even get a nap in maybe sometime Sunday morning. You have a quick twenty minutes. It's go go go go with the media tour and all the sponsorship, but you have to accommodate and, and say Hello to and make happy. So I think that, that part of the drivers they act. Alanon put the visor down the along the race track. They wanted to talk anybody spotters there, keep mechanics and the guys in the box. So when they go out today in a day, that's relatively warm. They're going to get rain possibly tomorrow, rain possibly Sunday. How much does the track change in how much does that affect how they prepare for the race? Yeah, absolutely. So cool weather is the great equalizer an IndyCar, especially at the speedway. It'd be over cats. Let's say sixty three sixty four sixty five degrees that equalize the field in your back. Get your setup say, okay what we had Friday. Meaning because what rained in the morning. It was eighty four degrees, but let's go back to Monday. Monday was sixty five sixty six threes. Was overcast. That's more like.
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"Great to back to they can't wait to get the series started her yet, but we did Campbell GM. Our guest added to have him the booth and. And a couple of replace. Yeah. I have actually and Colton heard looks like he just got nuts the little bit by Jack Harvey on the restart going into turn one. Jack, probably didn't realize the cult and Herta was there got Colton hurt spun around over the curb, and he is officially out of the race climbed out of the race car very much the same thing. Then for Ryan hunter a further back in the field. He turned into the corner and James Hinchcliffe came like a wrecking ball had his wheels all locked up going into turn one and just slid into the side of hunter Ray, and that kind of cost chain-reaction of hundred spinning around then into into the car Colton hurt us. So definitely not what we wanted to see this this early in the race here. Things have not gone well for Colton Herta since he got that went into. No it really hasn't. It's it's it's been a huge for them. But I guess the one silver lining is the fact that the speed is there. So it's more just a matter of once they put these racist together again than being attention for race wins again. So that the speed is there that is the single most important thing. About seeing a lot of action now up and down pit lane people wondering when is the rain coming see a lot of teams here preparing and seeing what they might be able to do they I just here in the Ryan hunter rape pet and they're discussing about what they're going to do. They're going to be a lap down. They realize that they're gonna bring it back in and change out that front wing assembly. They did have rain tires laid out..
"hunter ray" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Books. Solidly in the top ten. There wasn't. Maybe exactly the race that he had hoped for. But at least looking set to the salvage a top ten finish. And yet back in the field. So he's probably most definitely get the stop for another time here. Get some fuel a new tires going to the back of the field anyway. And then it'll go super aggressive to the end. So we will get one to go next time by was Sada in front Dixon. Second board date third. Hitch clip fourth Alexander Rossi v Ryan hunter Ray Erickson new garden. Taisho Piggott was in the top ten. The pits remain open. It will fall back to eighteen. So rounding out the top ten. We'll be we'll power ticket odyssey Levin. Fees Felix Rosenquist is wealth. Jack Harvey is thirteenth that visas fourteenth at Tieto for rucci is fifteen at ready sixteenth award seventeen eighteen all of those guys on the lead lap. Michael young presenting actually hit come in bark while the pits were still open. He just stopped off. So to paddle award the next time through so marketing, maybe for a late caution giving themselves enough you'll actually make it to the paddle award comes down pit lane. One more time they're gonna keep convert on they have enough. The case we go yellow before. So well as good as to Cooma Sada was spent on this day, we talked about it before we ever sorted about Scott Dixon. How? Though to simply quiet he has been throughout the course of this weekend. He's had awfully fast race car all day. Just the ice spend the iceman in the iceman and the he's got Matteis laced here between himself and to us auto. But I don't think too that Scott Dixon's going to do anything to put his car at risk here. He realizes this could be valuable points for the championship here. So if the opportunity presents itself, he certainly gonna take it, but do not expect him to expose his car because to us as we know always aggressive. Well, I'll let you bet you that Matteis laced running right behind the Kuba Sato who has lamp down at laces go to get that land back. So settled is going to have his hands. Plenty full of that Brazilian rookie eighty absolutely is and Matteis probably needs to try and get that done on the opening lap here because his tires no better than that of than that of to Masada, obviously. So it's going to be difficult for him as the lights are out on the pace car just a few corners to go. And the final note that I've gotten for the restart Sebastian day. On the Firestone. Alternate tire everyone else around them on the primary. So that could be potentially huge benefit perspective is leading the race. Go quick. They first update before we go back to every exactly what my call was telling Scott Dixon, over the radio, you're on blackboard board as on rents got replied, jeez. Well, great flag is out and no such challenge. At least for now. It's all to Cuba saddle who looked awfully strong then restart he pulls away from the TAOs lifestyle as they snake their way through that Alabama roller coaster. So about a Senate Carling advantage for.
"hunter ray" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Also territory. Right. There's no wins. Right. You at Rutgers tonight hoosiers road. Trying to snap that six game big ten losing streak. And here's the problem. Rutgers crap hole. Rutgers has been running trash talking about Indiana newspaper in Piscataway, New Jersey is talking about how this is the second straight year that Rutgers can put the dagger in Indiana season because they beat Indiana late last year. God Indiana basketball thing about this. You're on a losing streak to Rutgers right now. That's the state of your program. That's a little disheartening six straight losses, and you have a losing streak. Rutgers bulletin board. Material for the hoosiers may be something needs to happen. Pre-game is at six tip off is at seven here on ninety three WABC number ten Marquette their in town to take Butler on tonight. He'd go Fieldhouse six thirty that game will be on ten seventy the fan didn't beat Marquette though, this very early on. Yes. One of the first games of the year. I you took Marquette to the woodshed. And man, I don't know if they've won many games since then good news here. Connor Daley fan favorite of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Counter daily has found a ride for the upcoming five hundreds. And it's a good one. He's teamed up with Andretti autosport. So Michael Andretti team owner is going to have five cars trying to get into the field and all five American drivers. You've got Alexander Rossi. And Ryan hunter Ray to former winners of the five hundred along with Marco Andretti. Zach VH and Conor daily. That's pretty solid squad. Right. They're good with that. All right. Coming up next. We have an update on those power outages that took place all over central Indiana today and a very special. Keynote speaker is on their way to fishers. We'll talk about that. Because it might surprise you..
"hunter ray" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC
"You know, we have more views than NASCAR we have more of us, probably probably more views the NASCAR and IndyCar combined via social media and Twitter Facebook, every that's basically any any short video, basically, if you're looking at what what the fan wants to see think this year we. Had over one hundred million views just of you know, here's this image. And here's a here's a video of of three second clip or more a thirty second clip, and you know, some of our stuff I didn't cars direct is probably our biggest hit that we've ever had one view one video view had thirty eight million views and had I think twenty five thousand shares or thirty five thousand shares and what would that video just been of it straight from the race? It's not a it's not a Kim block in Kana. Sure, you know, shot for video it's not wanna BJ Baldwin's videos this pure just action from the race. And we're you know, somebody's snipped it from the TV show posted it through their site. And like I said, I think it's it's our largest at thirty eight million views or something like that Max's ten at Max's ten years old. Okay. So somebody his age would that appeals to them like they like those little bite size videos of you gotta be you. Gotta be short. You've got to be quick. And to the point. I think that's what monster jam if you look at how long their motives are, you know, they're Motors. Probably the shortest. There are minute and a half or two minutes. Then you look at supercross is eighteen minutes. S T were right at twenty five minutes for race. And I think that's a perfect amount of time for a fan to be entertained and excited. You started your career? She said Robbie pretty much in this, man. I know you raced motocross when your kid is. Well, but you you made a lot of your fame as we were talking about starting out in trucks in desert and doing that kind of stuff. What's it like to see things kinda volved to where? Now that might be motor sports is headed is. Did you always have a feeling it was sort of headed that way? Or is it sort of just societal that things changed in a way in the world that made this maybe the destination place. I don't you know, I don't know if we're gonna we're ever going to be the destination place in. But I think it's just it's a it's a cool formula. And I think the dad car is another co formula if you can if you can learn from from all of them and climb your motor sports career doesn't really matter where you end up. Does it matter if you know, I can remember, you know? Seven years ago. Ryan hunter Ray was testing our nation right car because he was out out of an IndyCar read time. Now, he's one of the top IndyCar drivers win the Indy. Five hundred win the championship driving for Andretti. You know, he's obviously my brother-in-law. But where does that career go in what path you take? And I think kids have a choice of what they wanna do. And we want to give them another choice of how they wanna home their skills to get to the top level motorsports. When you were racing. Mickey Thompson and those other trucks thirty something years ago back in eighties. Did you know then that it had the potential for you maybe to be a series owner? You know, I didn't know if it would ever become a, you know, a series owner. I don't think that was one of our our plans from the beginning. I think you know, my plan was was to have a raise team to be able to produce cars to have fun and do what I enjoy doing. And I think, you know, one of the things I enjoy most is is building stuff. I still enjoy building cars, and and trying to be innovative with our with our designs, and and try. To be a leader in the category. And it doesn't matter if it's NASCAR when we had NASCAR programs or or IndyCar when we ran those programs or or would the Textron ex- ex- vehicles. You know, you look at another vehicle that that we were heavily involved with and how successful it was was the was the Polaris razor..
Robert Wickens has rods, screws placed into spine
"News IndyCar driver Robert Wickens is recovering After having surgery on his spine last night he was. Injured during a crash, Pocono, raceway Sunday he was attempting to pass. Ryan hunter, Ray when the two cars slightly, touched that caused hundred race car to go into the wall and. Wiccans his car was pulled along for the ride. Wants wiccans. His car soared over hunter raise and. Hit the fence it spun around