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"imsa" Discussed on Inside Supercars
"And element is becoming a factor in the worldwide environment and in the short term. There's obviously a series of Do you have any of that will be as the calendar Gators at still being played? Currently the only one that's been cancelled officially is Long Beach. They're looking at what they do with their higher because they'll shuffling left back to later in the year but I think there might be a conflict with Lemond and Is Our twenty four hour so potentially two events went wrong They may pro the of in this month but everything else that's ours is called the green light and they've shuffled see bring back to November. Put that on the CONDO. It's a very different schedules. The one you used to you know he at light is a big event in itself. But it's not a juror to single car driver for he was you start was Daytona over there. It's just a very tiven looking. Calendar isn't too You're quite sucking insert because you start with five hundred And then you have these big races then you slowly build up to stand down Baptist whereas thanks to a twenty four hour. He's your first event and my says event officially in America it was something something very different Done several twelve thousand the struggle but a twenty four hours from now the business you saw obviously has changed your life dramatically. Always when you take another person into your old but has it meant something different to terms of your longevity in America or what's happening there. I mean sadie obviously has Went with a job mud but didn't get around to do much of it. We'll take it. Take it on a daily basis right now. We'll we'll get through the year. We'll see what was happening was came up with a two or three plan and then see what would evolve out of that And whether it was come back to Australia or try different market and and go Europe or try of aging theories Right now we'll just iphone game through the year making sure the little geiger's up healthy and and see where we got Jessica. It's been fantastic. We catch up with you and certainly Pleased that things have worked out as well as IFA and look forward to watching the results and on a regular basis the WWL TV may heal the party. Jeff Slider it's made fantastic to hear your voice now. Things have obviously turned upside down with the Kovar. It's a it's still a a life of rice in America. Great talking to you Greg and Penny and hopefully I get both against well inside survey cows. That's another weekend international view from somebody who's been very top top of the trade inside sabre cats inside supercar. Category Jeff Certainly is experience a very different. Life isn't rice edgy. Right in Columbus Ohio. Gay sounds like he's really enjoying what he is experiencing. I there in getting a bit of a bonus will having so much time with With Jensen people. Yes Well that's it for this week tomorrow. We'll be having the third rapidly a series and Actually it gave the it'll be having people turn to look and see is to house about willpower will be performing so It'll be good to catch up again later this week. So that for instance because for me. Thank you could not from him inside. Supercars is produced by thunder media shooting next time for more or locking the podcast garage angel mobile device search inside supercars the views expressed on inside supercars including the panelists and guests do not reflect the views of the Network Thunder Media Will Sport Radio any publication or ray broadcast the show without the expressed written permission of thunder. Media is strictly prohibited..
"imsa" Discussed on Inside Supercars
"imsa" Discussed on Inside Supercars
"A crew. Basically doing online courses try and keep them up to date with things Try and get the the the spirit up When we will reopen we'll book in like a functionality where one kyle crew go in for one day or one week in another crew going for that altering altering we we But right now yeah. It's trying to keep this up since they were on is pretty much in their times right now and is there any idea of how long your guide to be in this limbo. I believe Ohio itself is going to reduce the restrictions from much. Want to say And we'll decide what level of interaction with each other. We will take I think the engineers will probably still be able to welcome. Hi I'm sure but we'll try and perceive with getting mechanics into the can't is that may one day. You mean may want you. Yes okay And loss in America working. You know it'd be logic than the ones you've worked. You've looked some teams that some substance to them in in size. Techno for instance wasn't a very large team. That would be a dramatic contrast with where you are now at a factory Save a major common factors tame your bar different working for a team that transform itself into a GT team There's a lot more a lot more going on and now financially budget budget. Why there's a lot more going on sir? It's completely different from the technical environment worked up and it provides the challenges but now one of the things also about it will be the fact that Bobby Rahal has quite a presence. He's a very large dealer in Ohio in Columbus isn't he. Did you get to see him much? Is HE INVOLVED? A bit in. The team died today. We saw him on weekends. And he's kept in the loop with what will happen We have daily meetings. Well the management day or meetings and weekly updates through buddy and I'm sure Letterman informed on the whole scenario. What's happening but We really think buddy on race weekends. He's makes his presence known Experience to the track in. It's just looking the comparison of a sippy cats Amo and as you say logo rices factory presents the way in which you operate in your role as a rice in Judea and you also working as designed engineer on the cows are designed for the factory team overseeing the production base Then there's no adjustment. Full design adjustments if we can do without physical BMW approving it and then going through the F. All for whatever changes are required so we will do some wet for. You're looking for certain things then. Bmw ultimately had to say on what gets done and then have to go through the appropriate channels for to be allowed to stay upright. Obviously you knew. The system will only about Ensue because you know what you're a quad dues as the Meetings you had to go to whether they be Manages briefings or the drive braving similar so role in the states. What would you have to do? They did very very similar. But it's also it's more structured so basically you're ten minutes after practice session or any patient wearing the we're doing our debriefs It strikes in the sense of it runs through. Bmw's input and breaking whole money input Draw import and structure the of what changes get done for the next one as far as Meetings and things like that it's structured that they're a teenager will go through those and the race engineering's on what they need to eat with. So the side is a weed that The twenty four hour ice crew there on the Party of which he was the dog names in yourself lies people. It was the of fame. W So we had a lot of Corporate guests with W W had lots of presents muscle store in the background. But there's been w boxer that obviously the corporate side was sitting in the majority of people involved with the race inside of it was great to see that one of the bulletin name is was was there from w was that they are and within the further nine he offered a little sport during the event And a whole program and then obviously there was quite people kind of thing hostile to be honest in a twenty four hour rice. We know that these three four drivers That all sharing the time in the car. A you at the computer monitor you doing the the the the overview of the data full that whole twenty was will or do you have people at your whole point people so it is not right relief. The engineering mechanics. There's no there really engineering stuff and the mechanics were at home. The twenty four hours Excuse me we basically arrived at the track Trying to think people nine o'clock in the morning and we didn't leave the track until seven o'clock the next day symposium next so we'll get everything We're involved everything and the drivers drivers have the risk element of walkers on and Managing the cells and I can understand that they they need some rest but it's a long day. Mccain said the engineer the white witch particularly factory teams. They have a lot of input into the way. Which you'd be you'd get some breaks and the food you'd be given manage it so that you know to maximize your health and well may more. The there are many Food and everything that went on to provide a doctor and physio and doctors so looking after our well-being number on the track on on on the key looking out to the mechanic metering as well as looking off the draw from that side of it from when you pack up at a price too when you leave. How different is that weekend structure to what we seen as an Australian motor racing weekend but very We we set up the day before and just like The pit oversee different insight because the P. R. on pit lane whereas in the championship basically America itself. You have garages that Either away from the truck and you drive your car to the people or you sit your truck out show some trucks. We have a garage some trucks. We use trucks Up In between the two trucks Your practice sessions. You got your qualifying because you're You're you're right so the whole process is very similar. There's just differences between the American. Is there as much fan interaction. We've in-pit line and then draw is being wheeled away for a whole range of media and PR events throughout the weekend. That still happens. I mean obviously being the factory based team drivers still goes to corporate events and they still drugs way to be involved in within WS script somewhere Way He's still having traction with fans We still have interactions with him. And the biggest thing because it's the factory based team. We still broke out Bmw supporters throughout today. And so. There's a lot of similarities but obviously.
"imsa" Discussed on Inside Supercars
"And Yeah there they would be the bigger personality. I would say differences between you stroke and walk and you got four drivers in each car. Obviously the Tony Robbins but normally would just be two drivers to drive this for the sprint racing in the sprint races We have one which is a hundred minute race at Long Beach and then several of twelve forty so that was another attraction a sprint race in America is from these lengths of San Diego in two two hundred forty And then for the longer events. We have a six hour event which we still do to drivers and everything of success is three or four drivers for the twenty four and of course one of the attractions field. Also the fact that you've got a fellow Australian in Chas most joined the team. He's been very happy guy just in two thousand eighteen We liberate hole in the money. And then Join me lost year and this year for the Daytona events and luckily we run one of these. You have you. Have you run We just on The twenty four the wake of the C- brings twelve hours is when the whole Kobe. Nineteen issue really took off everything down since then and wind. The factory closed down. Although it hasn't plays Davidge Dallas slumbering the factory quiz down Save first second week of March sick much and then runs just being working from Hudson. How teams managing these period because mechanics and that sort of thing. That can only work physically on the car. Earn vastly different position to someone like yourself. Who's working on a lot of other processes and and formulas.
"imsa" Discussed on Pit Lane Parley
"Question 'cause I get it a lot you know. One of the best coaches in the world of course is is just an absolute blessing. I guess you could say with before all the time to do but overall I do like it during a race regions. She's almost non-existent With which is something. He's always told me he wants me to grow as a driver. You know. Communicate deal with ups and downs and not you know trying to comfort me or you know be their year for for other variables and so but the moment we walk in the hotel room. It's all right. Let me see the video years. This is what you need. I saw this saw out there on. The track is what you need to work on stuff like that. So overall it's a really good balance and You know I it's. It's helped me tremendously. But there are. There is definitely a little bit of pressure. I I do find myself when I am there of the track. I what's My dad thinking. It might do. I look really slow and my depressing him. You know stuff like that that I have to Kinda easily life out of my mind focused on driving but every once in a while it does pop into my head. We're thinking how does he you know? What is he going to say stuff like that orange? You looking at stuff like that but overall it's it's a big lawsuit for sure to have such a have a dad that has so much experience and it's helped me. I mean astronomically for sure. Are there any good or potentially funny stories about your dad and his racing career that you are able to share Let me think here I mean overall I think the one thing that is I wanna say it's a necessarily a story but just we get quite a bit is somehow genetically and the makeup of me a lot larger than my that We it's it's quite funny where you know they. My Dad's nickname is be done and they call me big beat up and always buddy joke. Oh you know I I keep trying to feed them but you know he just keeps getting bigger and stuff like that and as we know in racing you know weight and size is not your friend inside the car but you know definitely that. That's kind of a funny joke. That goes around the paddock. Would just you know just from Footba being as big as I am but also trying to be harassed her driver? Is You know contradicting but we're trying to make it work. I love it so one last question about him the best lesson he taught you in your racing career for the best lasting but also the simplest one is the line is the line whenever if you're overdriving if you're barely missing apex you know always remember that the shortest way around the race track in the best radius around the corner and that's truly just the simple thing you know. And then he does the moment the track heats up or temperature-wise or your tires were getting old. You start to keep pushing because last time goes down but at the end of the day if you're wide of the tax if you're sneaking in early on turn and stuff like that you're gonna go slower no matter what tires or what fuel or what temperature it is. So I think that's it's so simple but it's helped me. You know in the heat of battle and I'm a guy slowly pulling away from me or something like that or I'm not getting a lot times. I always revert back. It's just the line is blowing you know and from there on that's when you work on setup to make the car handled better on the racing line so it's super simple but one of the best tools that's helped me stay calm and trust the physics of the. I love it all. Wrap it up here with one. Final question then. Thanks again for joining me this afternoon. And this is an easy one Where we are building a pit lane parlay bonafide playlist picked by every driver. We talk through this year so one song or one artist that you That you'd listen to before the race. Who before the race Honestly I'm not a big. I've always believed in staying calm. I've always been someone that I try to always value. How you deal with pressure And I'm very strange in the sense of when I go into a race or something. I listened to just calm. Usually try to get my brain as focused in just zoned in or zoned out. I guess you could say just focusing on the task at hand and getting Bihar right now and If super strange I don't know if you've ever heard of him but his name is petite. This is a very strange Artists but it's someone that Do something that kind of gets my adrenaline going somewhat. But also they somehow relaxes me and keeps me focus attaching. He's my nerves so I have. I can't say I've heard of that one but I am very curious now. I'm learning a lot of different artists from asking this question over the last couple of weeks or months or so so I will definitely add it to the list. Then thanks again very much for joining me man. Best of luck in twenty twenty when we're able to get going again and stay safe man absolutely. I'm thank you very very much for having me. It was a player and Hopefully we'll see each other at race tracks who knows when but also yes agreed to have a good afternoon and thanks very much. Thank you thanks..
"imsa" Discussed on Pit Lane Parley
"E- might not have the name at a lot of people have but he has a lot of experience his dad being driver coach for an Almond Dinger and a lot of guys he's shanks. Mike shanks spotter and coaches. In the. There's a lot of experience be had there and I'm I'm a strong believer. Whether the same age they're younger they're more experienced or less. Experience is always something to be learned from someone else like being humble and taking information. That's being willingly being given to you whether you use it or not. That's up to you but being ignorant and thinking you know everything is only GonNa make you slower not faster. I like it so a wrap it up here with one or two more questions. I know we're kind of on a little bit of a pause right now until the world is in a healthier place but when we get back to racing there a few things that you want to specifically work on to improve your driving and and throughout the entire season yeah I mean I just need more time. I mean there's lapse that I'm on pace the lead drivers there's lapsed and I'm not I definitely need to be a little bit more consistent with lab after lab I definitely need to be a little bit more less aggressive. When it comes to race craft during during my stints like I had the stanton I think an hour an hour in to my stand. I was battling extremely hard with Honda and one. I looked at it as I'm a new guy like I didn't WanNa get bullied so like he had me. I had a mobile like I was giving birth end of the day. Like was that really smart. Move because I still have another three and a half hour. You're three hours to go and then on top of that my first race I've ever been at which Daytona the first full insert race. I lost my radio forty five minutes into my student. I had no radio and I had no dash. We Hung Aletsch electrical issue where I lost my Dash Dunno year. I'm in like I'm counting gears. Obviously we kind of have an idea. We'll gears in times. I don't know my fuel consumption. I have no radio to connect with my pit or spotter and I was out there blind by my so. How walk okay? I'M GONNA change my last question here. Walk me through what. It's like doing an endurance race. When you essentially have no idea what's going on other than what you see in front of you was there. Did they pull out one of those old school hip awards to update you or anything like that in Daytona? Really hard to see young where the pit lane is and where we're coming around to turn want. It's really far away from each other. So I mean every lap a Mike leaning over my my. Halo's my pet seeing they're waving seeing I'm GONNA get black flagged maybe they called up and Black Fag. Many come in but I was really just guessing out there and like little. Did I know the first forty five minutes? The race I was running with the leaders pace and I was sitting in p. six P. Seven when I started p twelve I passed six cars on the first lap so I was having a pushing the car really hard. They're worried about my tires falling off. Luckily I'm pretty good on the tires. This coming from a drifting background. I understand tires really well. But it was stressful. I mean my heart was like because an also like I don't know a hundred percent all the rules like right right when we have to drive drive through to get back on the lead lap of the GT cars. I was just guessing might well. Everyone else is doing this. I guess I'm doing it and it was a stress. I mean I got out of the car like I did. I did one pitstop too much because I didn't want to come in. I'm just guessing so then. My stint ended up being longer to change strategies and I got out of the car and I like did. The driver changes ban hopped over. The Wall took Muhammed often. I almost like passed out. Want it was hot as hell. Yeah and then. My brain is working a hundred times harder than normally works because I'm trying to comprehend everything that's coming in looking my mirrors having spotter trying to remember what. I know of the rule book and it was just a lot a lot. Yeah that's even more impressive to bring the car home in in one piece after a couple hour stint so. Wrap it up with a really easy question here this year. We are building out the parlay a spotify playlist. If you were to add one song something you listen to before the race to get you in the zone. What Song is it Tim Montana particular's not one specific song. But only let me look at my playlists workouts. Let's see here Jim Montana Hillbilly rich. All right we're going to add it to the list. That is I. I'm guessing it's a country song. Ads country all right so we have. We have a very eclectic list so far. I think we have some wrap some pop and now some countries. So we're going. We're going all a full spectrum in the circuit so far so thank you for the addition and thank you for the time this afternoon. It's been a lot of fun chatting a best of luck this year with racing whenever we get underway and best of luck in the Olympics van. I'm definitely going to tune in and watch some snowboarding. I think for the first time admittedly a longtime. But I'm looking forward to it. I appreciate it thanks. It's I'm no problem and have a go on..
Why Words Matter in an Amazon Listing
"Why was actually Massa. In an Amazon listing. Have you got any evidence that they actually matter. So they matter for for a whole variety of reasons so you know obviously the words that you include are actually going to impact your indexing. So you're not using the right keywords than nobody is going to find you but they also can really impact the bottom line of your business and they do that in a way that lasts for as long as you're doing it. Obviously you want to continue to be updating. You're listening to stay relevant. But by properly optimized senior listing you can significantly impact the bottom line of business. I was actually speaking with a client recently. And they're not selling seasonal products at all We work on their lists around June. At that time they already had a really good conversion rate. They were staying at twenty five point six percents after they updated their seen their conversion rate increase and stayed increased to thirty thirty four point. Seven seven percent Thirty seven point five percent increase for just that one thing that they did. That's not even talking about driving extra traffic so that means that more people that you're already having come to your page whether they're coming organically or through any of your other marketing efforts. More of those people are going searching more than one in every three people are going to click ads ads awesome. I love your precision where it took him about before the show that I'm kind of Ebbe intimidatingly thorough as as a an interview and that's sometimes true because I've been unfocused with. UK basically. Not What do you do again. But they kind of like us and tell me a little bit about something on Amazon like really general but seven point five percent or whatever it was to the second decimal place I like it but so tell me about this. I liked you position that speaks some of my at my cheers. Pose the pretty body with thoroughness. To to put a lightly my wife would call it the former thing. But you're right these details demanded but that's not a subtle jump. Anyone twenty five percent to thirty seven accent as you say almost a quarter of people who visit the listing bind to a third a lot of extra money this as you say pretty much pure profit. Because they'll be paying for the traffic and one full more of the either because they've they've worked hard to launch their products and got organic ranking andled as to advertising so tell me about that optimization was purely a words change was that woods plus image change so that was everything including reassessing the keywords that we were using that was also creating an amazing core listing. I believe at that that one would also upgraded to ABC that time and then we created some fantastic info for graphic text. As well as what I mean by IMPO. Graphic texts is not just letting those images Dan on their own but actually creating some text to help. Make sure that the message that you want to get across is getting across with every single fixture on your this. Yeah and that's something. I want to dive into because I do think that integrates text is more to it than meets the eye because I was working with the the day and actually he puts so most Texans images I said look you know this is is going to be unreadable on mobile. It doesn't look good. It's not making a point. That has not boiling down your thoughts and then bullying them down and then boiling down again right. I know one famous copywriter use to as I understand it Charged six times as much for headline as he would for the first few paragraphs progressive copy which is interesting right because the rewriting semi sweat. Yes I would. I would argue that the fewer words more challenging the job and just the point of thumb or rule of them for IMSA graphic checks. If you're needing to zoom in to read the photo then you probably are including reading too much tax than you need to reel it back so you don't need to overload people with something. The text should really be supporting the message and helping to emphasize wine line. Or maybe a couple of key points shouldn't be bouncing all over the place giving them the full text heavy at. That's not appealing absolutely but a lot of people do thank you for flagging that up. I think it's a very good good point. That all right so coming back to this question of do words matter and it sounds like a a dumb question because obviously to some degree they do but I mean the sixty four thousand dollar question I suppose is to what extent was compared to images. I'm not the kind of impossible taste. Unless you're going to see some really weird split test where you write some really horrible listings with beautiful face cross but in your experience. Have you got some numbers or you'd have to give it to the second decimal place but some kind of experience case studies indicate the power of words as distinct from photographs for example if you have split tennis different tax but kept the photos the same so what I'm talking about with this particular client. Actually they didn't create any new images and they didn't upload any new images Obviously a updating the ABC is going going to impact things that the images were the same so that was really just looking at the power of words for that particular example. And you also. I don't WanNa be thinking about the different type of shoppers. So it's different people words matter in different degrees right and so you WanNa make sure that whatever ever kind of shopper. person is that you're going to be able to give give them what they need to make a confident choice that your or product is the correct product for their needs. And of course they're going to be the casual visuals shoppers but maybe visual shoppers also have a few key points they they really need to know about your products and so they're going to have to go to your listing and then if they get air and they're seeing weird stuff you know grammatical errors incomplete information Can't even find what they want. Then that's giving them an opportunity to go elsewhere and you really want to minimize the chance for. Somebody's mind to wander question or to do anything that might make that competitor. That's advertising in your molesting a very tempting
"imsa" Discussed on Pit Lane Parley
"Of Lane Parlay. My Name's host my joke. I am joined tonight night by a road and track writer amongst other publications Bosie. Todd Bosie how you doing tonight. I really got pretty good. How are you from? I'm good I'm good. Thanks for joining me here. We're going to do some insight chatting tonight. A switch things up as a the roar twenty four took place this weekend and the rolexes in a couple of weeks or adjustment will be down there in person covering the race so We're GonNa talk everything INSA engines today I am. I thought who better to have on than Bosie. Okay who does a lot of automotive writing and seems like a super smart guy from from what I've Read so why don't we dive right into it. At a high level will go over the different classes and what their engines are near we can. We can go in depth on some of the more prompted engines here. So start with the D I class. What can you tell us about the DPI class and any sort of engine discussion? So the class is production base engine so to say so they're homologated like most of the classes houses and I've explore that you have done we'll start kind of with the most Probably well known as far as like American cars are concerned concern which is the the Cadillac so the Cadillac is built by. EC ARE EARNHARDT childress racing engines. So they're all known in the NASCAR WORLD THEY BUILD A lot of the Chevrolet engines for NASCAR and some of some of those themes but they also build the engine for the Cadillac. DPI and that engine is based loosely on the LS series of engines. So it'd be. LS started with the corvette in the late nineties. And it's still going today which is a push based engine the jumping over to another class for a little bit the Corvette C seminar which is the previous generation. Corvette had an engine based on similar platform. But the new quarterback is going to a newer engine which we'll get to a little while but now this is. I think this is the last as far as like. Gm Push on based engines. This is the last one that they're of course. This engine is heavily modified for racing but it is based respond. What's found on the street car? And then from that. From that point we kind of move over to Mazda. Mazda's engine is kind of mysterious. Yes I haven't I haven't really had a lot of in-depth you of it and they haven't really sure too much but the Mazda engine which they call the MCAT is vastly different. I'm from the Cadillac engine. Because kind of like engine is a the a a naturally aspirated. V Eight Busch Motor versus the Mazda. Engine that's triple turbo. The chargers four-cylinder Mazda Motor has two liters of displacement and from what I understand is based somewhat on their M Z Ramsey. Our series of. AH VENGEANCE They call the guys in the team and basically that engine is kind of based on that but it is fully Ali built by A are advanced engine research. So they're kind of a specialist racing engine company Kinda like UCR but more or on you know the sports car side and some of the other series and it's the Enzi series of engines. There are still a few of those. I think in production of those but the most was long known for kind of raising people probably be into third generation or NC generation. MIATA that one had a naturally aspirated. Nice last version of that Kinda. MD series of engines and also in a whole bunch of other kind of stuff. I like the Ford Fusion because at the time but it's been It's been around for a little bit but not too much knowing exactly as far as exactly what they changed. And how the change that the Mazda engine is the one that if I remember remember correctly has had some reliable reliability issues over the last couple years and Correct correct yeah. They had they had some some some reliability ability issues. Some issues mostly. I think because they had a few fires and a few failures of certain components. I think that a lot of a lot of that is just because that engine is so stressed you know trying to make all of that power out of a four cylinder versus these other teams. That are you know five turbo charge for so under first of all of these other teams that are kind of using different formulas. So it's it's it's I think a lot of developing the engine and putting so much heat through it trying trying to get you know hundreds more horsepower than what the original engine was designed for the ended up. You know what issue that led some fires and some other reliability reliability concern and the only other one. I'm curious about well. The only other entry then is the ACURA team penske with the ACURA engine. Is there anything interesting interesting about that. I see it's a three point five liter Turbo v six so it's a little unique but anything more in depth on the accurate so the ACURA engine is actually very interesting and and the false from Honda performance development. Were Nice enough to give me an up close view and give me access some other engineers a few months back so I could do a story story on it. The actor engine is very close to production and their approach to it as to use as many oem components as possible so the engine is j series engine and is based on the thirty five and the most surprising thing about that is the J. Thirty five is used in a wide variety of vehicles but that specific blog I wish I verified engineers by the number comes in vehicles like the accord but also also the last generation theology but also most surprisingly the Honda Odyssey minivan so Acura. The guy is running a minivan but production production minivan engine block. So that was that was very interesting to hear and you know kind of kind of unique that but the they take Nick Minivan Block a belief. I remember correctly. It's been a few months the stock trained and then they debt cone the block which means that they're locking down I'm going to very precise measurement and then they have racing Some some racing SPEC Pistons and so on that they put in there to make it a little bit stronger and then the cylinder heads are production castings so again. No ACURA T. l.. Dodd Issey cylinder heads that you would find on on the Under Street and then they take do a few changes to the cylinder heads. You know as far as I think with valves in the camps just slight light changes but the engine is fairly close to production. Of course there bolting on a couple of turbochargers Borgwarner turbochargers. So that's where those piston engine come into play because because the race spec Pistons are built floor compression to be able to handle the boost and since they're introducing the turbochargers if you feed more air you're gonNA need more fuel so they upgraded the fuel system But their approach is unique. Because they're not using modified or customized fuel injectors what they actually do. Is They just double up. So that engine is built with direct injection objection. So there are direct injectors spray fuel directly into the cylinders and what they ended up doing is the intake that they built a custom intake for the RACECAR application They added another set of injectors from the last generation. J series motor so instead of putting six big injectors actors or building custom direct injectors they use the factory direct injection system off the street and then I use the last generation port injection system to is praise fuel In the intake path to be able to to give it enough. You'll meet the air. That's coming in from those turbochargers so it can run in appropriate fuel ratio and make power in addition to that they do a few few other customisations reinforcing the block and so on because of how it's founded in there so he can handle the stress and the last change which I find very interesting. Is the ignition system that even that is modified notified but it's modified with factory Hama components and the ignition coils into. DPI actually comes from believing a Honda. CR One thousand in our motorcycle. So it's a very very unique package and I found it very interesting. That their approach there is because they know these. Oem You Streetcar Components have been you know tested and proven the you know they decide basically. Let's use as many of these as possible and of course you know that can be we've seen with you know how reliable engine was versus. You know something like the Mazda yes sure makes makes sense very interesting. There one question that came to mind with the ACURA engine is do they get the same feel mileage out of some of the other engines with all the components that are involved in the in the fuelling there. That's a the question I haven't really Looked at it but I would. I would think that their fuel economy would be pretty decent just because they have so much control for all of it and from what the HP. The engineer sold me is because they're using oil components Honda corporate. You know big conduct. Let's them use news. The engineers that worked on those components on the Oem side for the street then joined them. You know for sessions or bounce ideas back and forth to contribute to the project so I think that they even on that side they probably get benefit there. Yeah makes sense moving down into the L.. MP A two category. I'll one note there is all the cars is the same engine which would be the Gibson G K four to eight V.. Eight so the discussion will be much easier in the category and I will let you take it from there. Sure so the the G K four to eight. Is I engine for the whole class. So there's not you know unlike the there's not not really needs to big changes between cars teams or you know whoever whoever's running being in that class but Give knowledge you build a whole bunch of racing specific engines on you know they build they'll A lot of a lot of V8's but they're all of their engines aren't really in production base. They're designed from scratch to be To to be used in racing so that did you get four. Twenty eight can produce up six hundred horsepower. So and then depending on how how they set them and the the a four point two Liter v eight and I think it weighs like a hundred thirty one hundred forty kilograms. So it's it's I mean it's it's very it's it's. It's a very kind of just racing SPEC engine there's not a whole lot about it out there But it's you know it's it's just a design for that specific faster and for those curious. Some P two entrance this year include James Davison also most racing just about everywhere this year and dragon speed and Ben Hanley are also down in the Ellen category so we will move onto. Gtl Am which is the corvette engine you mentioned about so we can start their career so we can jump into that. The deal is An interesting in class because those are also production based engines and the corvette engine is especially interesting this year because they're changing the formula so previously Ashley the C seven. Six six aren't and so on going back to all the older corvette use a push. Rod Push Rod v Eight. Because that's what was available on the street street but now The new cer which is the mid engine corvettes. So or you know the older one was kind of mid engined. It was front engined front front mid engine but this one the engines back. So it's rear mid engine so that's kind of the combination for it but with this one corvette racing releasing information saying that this the race car. The hat now has a dual overhead cam. Engine with the flat plane. Crank and this was kind of significant even for the Streetcar Because the homologation rules the The the cars.
UnSocial Media and Terry Whyhoon
"For me, it's been a home run in two ways on the racetrack and also building our brand here in Australia in our business finish festival, secondary is five. Which was was before. Spider rice, and you can't really just look at the Las rice of the year. You have to look tight, starts exit. You me, but from the rice treks across the strategy at he is inside supercars. Hello and welcome to inside civic. Has Craig reveal again in the driver's seat is tiny Whitlock is still Rick from his about of illness, but hi fli, hey, will be back on the show very soon this week show. We speak to image racing's Terry wha Hoon and we take a look at social media and how the supercar teams deal with the negativity that it can generate. But I met Stein rising has announced that they will switch to Holden the mmediately following the new teams disappointing start to twenty eight in the expense key falcons Stein tilling Suba cows dot com that the tipping point came at Queensland rice. Why win walled cowed was able to finish a head of the fulltime teen. The team will not benefit from trip light support until next year, but they are going to be an. They'd be falcon built by triple light in twenty nine teen as well. Stein's confident that the experience with the Holden in twenty seventeen will provide a better platform in the back end of the season. Jamie wing cap has announced that he'll be heading overseas freeze. First, non supercar race in the United States Laguna Seca for a round of the IMSA weathertech sportscar championship in early September Chaz Mostert is also hitting to the US to compete in the petite Lamar. That's a ten hour where the take sports car championship rice, which conclude he's going to drive with them. W in tub between Bathurst and the Gulf Coast rookie tests days were completed by Richie son away from for dressing James schooling from Jayaram an antone Davis Crowley from Erebus this week. All hoping that the new components and seat time will set them up well for Thailand. Band also testing Winton. This week was Brad Jones racing and walk insure Andretti. You nodded off to the bright call on inside supercars. We look at on social media, joined the inside sport team as they look at all the news across the street and around the world. It means a lot in through the years. A lot of reference this race is one of our majors. Six hundred miles around here is no easy task. Star. We're out. We saw the family. Broadcast community radio and online at sport, radio dead com. Dodi you. The views expressed on inside supercars including the panelists and guests do not reflect the views of the network. Thunder media will sport radio. Any publication will rebroadcast of the show without the express written permission of fund media is strictly prohibited. Social media is an important tool in the super cans is no forgetting the news and reports about what's going on in the teams and also across the series a few weeks ago just dying on the show mentioned how toxic can be seeing the comments coming back in sometimes. So I thought I'd follow that up with a number of people in the paddock to find out how they many that situation I up. We spoke with Erebus Shannon Kylie and asked her about how social media has become a bit of a double edged sword. Obviously, I think the message. Vacant kind of. Have an affect on what you get back Oviously as before. I think the the guidelines we've set for owl content that goes out is very honest and open. Arabs itself has always been that down to us. Tain approachable with with the fans team. We seem to be everyone's second favorite team if that makes sense. If it's not the team happy for it to be us. So I think. I believe we have a lot of positivity and probably more than some others because of you lacks David. You likes Betty, they are very lockable people, but you do differently get some people that on a fan of us for whatever reason that is. That's the same down pit lane. Everyone has to have an enemy all keyboard worries or out this. So they'll they'll pick on something. They'll
"imsa" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420
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"imsa" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The imsa kinda taking on exactly will not hand teens who and hydro flask you'll see a lot of those i'm a clean panties haniger on it keeps it really really cold that's a great thing yet again swelled does there too and it will keep your coffee heart like all day which is which is sort of the improvement but the tupperware eleven dollar version is is still but almost as good i mean this is a huge industry the the anticipated scientists in essentially ten and a half billion dollars by 20 25 but what's interesting have fragmented this market is to the top five players only make up six percent of the market so amazing sight i mean how many people are making all these things that do exactly the same thing and that's nonsense rarely oh totally the writer founded it worked for her she drank more water she she thought cool carrying around in a thought for everybody but there is something to uh you know having something that you invest as part of your daily life youth you paid some money for is something you carry around that actually has of a mental effect on you and if he if you're drinking more water then and the believer ticket now i just went in at the 1500 other water bottle i know it talks about one i don't know what it is and we did not how us much lower on the costs scale is you have the one this week it's the pelican pro gear eighteen ten key chain white yes it's a big name for it teeny tiny object we we were trying to think of what you know what things you can should carry around with you that are super useful and we were like you know what dad would want you to carry this around half there would have left yeah and it's my dad like a pocket knife would you like gave me when i was growing up and he's like you don't realize how useful these things are you think you have a few have a flashlight on your phone right except for by is it's raining out and you're stuck on the side of the road with your car you need to clean something out of a gutter that's not a useful tool actually are going to wreck your phone whereas a little flash that which has a much more powerful light this is sixteen luminzu less for eight hours of shoes for seventy five feet.
"imsa" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
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"imsa" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Police seized the zone german and it they go on to smash now welcome back to the imsa jamie more met leached in our wake you up and josh thank you on the other side of the glass i mean the way you look i thought you were talking in that x and like you were saying rise earlier why would i do there i dunno i just said the way everybody says it down there i mean just age age or high that's what they call donna or high like you mean ohio right you are right i read gee said the way people safety you know i'm like okay all right i didn't you know what i know they call that rice like that and when they started doing lucky making fun of me but it was funny yep so i mean we went with it so now now i said we everybody says it yeah no you hear those you hit us there are some things you know the way the rainy ma said patriots went ahead as patriots known at one of his last interview certain things that you here to certain way whether six as you for whatever reason um you end up saying that way from there on out even uh a former pistons basketball player jonas jerebko uh there was a kid is a mouthful oh yeah there was a guy when i was at a pistons game he was must've been hammered into a few seats in from me and he kept on call phnom ju barikot so from there on out for whatever reason my head i which is always calmed burco so some cheese as their arms suri like dead if you ever mellado joe this would be mad now icees to see him all the time up at i.
"imsa" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Always will forever i think the frozen imsa deeply moved by this this incident and there's a moving headlines coming from this we had this hero marine who jumped in the action and save lives lung and the concert we have a i think the lines for donating blood were so long that they were telling people to come back the next of these than we the gofundme page sure that's already raised over two million dollars in less than 24 hours so there's a lot of togetherness that you see and then you see the opposite end with people cvs woman in some of the twitter but it brings out the best in the worse than us exactly no vote but you mentioned his marine veteran now he heard the shots commandeered a pickup truck vermont under staying and then started saving lives you know while you know hundreds of not at which does as a people is loaded mauled picked up trucking in august took them to the hospital he could have been shot himself shoes going out there and there's rain of fire for it news on believe with little argument rosalie say something about being i'm rink in the i just can't imagine have any average individual react in a situation like that you because it's so so much horror going one round you i mean you can him predicament would would you rise to the occasion or would you i don't know i can't blame either way you think you would think that exactly when when you're scared to death the death literally knows how you're going to react but it's a remind you of the old thing that somebody said you know when you have a tragedy like this don't look at the people running away look the heroes running in and that's what may those twenty nine year old taylor winds dan did i mean he was a sergeant who served in iraq in he knew you know how the face situations like this than in local he could have been killed himself that hope has story really makes a lot of news headlines because it was heroic i read that this morning's wounds was truly amazing.
"imsa" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Imsa ahead of other teams yano and how highly let me ask you this how many good games have you such as a good games how many good quarters have you seen so far in the first week plus one game i would say not a lot of light not a lot of good stuff i mean even atlanta in pittsburgh who are you know somewhat super bowl favorites thinking not grant how there but they didn't look grady no i don't know who did i think it's gonna take three to four weeks before we start releasing who are the great teams and who are the teams that actually to move the ball on a consistent basis i think we all know would've quarterbacks are great but the teens in general i think it's going to take at least the ninemonth let's go to danny larchmont danny what's out a brother buried born of honky barnes hurts corner dry the foggy bunch that's exactly what they are was avidan all right lucy i just wanna crown learnt barrier and all this year you you you say you know we're aguilar hedge to march on our own dow guarantees your great receiver but we got older workers as you wears that deputies shot i won't be bidding washington all seasons to work on the line and alsham can work on that rubbing game you know you are exact your younger you have to pick the ball for sharon sometimes i love the wrong or genes from yards you know eh opened up the fuel do more you know all i just think they're you know are we on while the receivers out your throat you sturdy shark or you always a secret worker last year we are crews and shirley sheppard air an old dal and we still newlook back durant taiwan jazz i'll tell you on the new records she be embarrassed by and large flags thanks to any very sloppy without question.
"imsa" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"All things champ fled welcome back to the imsa jamie moore's markets rate josh zinke on the other side of the glass there you got a lot of people that responded to those to those tickets may have a few more next few days we ask those line tickets are gone lower bo lives taken on the cardinal via yes there cardinals so yeah you have those those won't be giving way each day but yeah those tickets are gone so restoring hauled congrats they're gone that's what have dr would say the naguib lov og guide to let them know dig into the big given away thanks to try and eight you've got one more shot tomorrow no yet friday as well okay more pair to more pair thursday and friday even know you guys will be gone uob at ruth's chris but we'll have those available somewhere between the sean thursday in same on friday to give another pair each and yes laura ball in the end zone free tickets went out and try to give him a lot about going to that game i just don't feel like i'm becoming back from chicago so maybe kind of kandahar are you a guy that do not do room seven three board that i did b seven three four nine and a 1050 coming into mer made some tomorrow here i don't think so a very very four hours some i got big to network tomorrow dizzy we shoot at five eight issues devise a big networks are you can that's what i was thinking okay after the break sucker just let you know so you get get his numbers there before you know before we have to get the makeup mark i wanna do a right now i'll be here right boat wh nfl search thursday we have an agreement yeah i know you unpick that one game it's a tough one it's the super bowl champs taken on the chiefs the champs in the g champs chiefs not a arrowhead oh it's now down are digging directly and i'll.
"imsa" Discussed on The Librocube
"Who kia continuing on a guess with the underworld series of movies i say i guess because they're not as good as i remember them perhaps uh this is underworld rise of the lake ends which is the third moving the series which i do believe is the last one i saw before stopped watching them so potentially a now that we're going to be moving into ones i hadn't seen though get better question mark uh audience participation what is your favorite underworld uh movie do you like them to the get better do the get worse this was okay it's a pre quilt sort of getting back to the roots of kind of sword of why there is sort of war between vampires and where will so part of me likens there were they went likens rather than where wolves were a legal reason of some sort i don't know i in order to story centered on the centuriesold feud between the race of vampirism the one time sicily's like it's okay well i read the imsa and it basically says eggs act the what i just said uh it does have one sort of shining raay this movie and that is uh rhona mmy tra who plays uh the sort of maine girl in it and i forgot how slick stunningly beautiful she is so jay rhona me tra uh raiding wise and these things really not doing for me you know it when they go like this one more the number two so and i believe i gave that a too so what on i give this a two and a half which is still not great if you're unfamiliar with my ratings system a three are four enjoyed while watching but probably wouldn't watch again uh so this is bless the match some moments of enjoyment and i have no plans to watch the underworld franchise again sorry.
"imsa" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"I wonder if people are going to think this is a bit dated you know but fortunately the usn and the uk didn't fail at its own it seemed like it blew a hole breath of fresh air into the sure into the into the rock business actually an an an a thicket it was instrumental in helping out a lot of other people becausedna it it was like a a new almost like a new sound that came from announced sound yuna talk about the differences in the making of blizzard two year later diary of a madman i imagine at that point there's some touring under their belt everybody's a little bit more comfortable around each other you already had done a records show you how to relationship with these guys what what was that like versus doing blizzard uh yeah there was more thought we had a little more time of course because we didn't have that sort of week of sort of backwards and forwards not knowing whether we are going to use that guy this guy whatever uh so a little more time a lot of it was also equipment driven we had somewhat better equipment to we had to the lexicon reverve for instance to 24 which we didn't have on the first record we had a little more memory in the imsa delay so you know and no stays having a digital delay was a big deal you know clintonachon have 50 of them but but too sothe equipment drove is a little more in to try and finding new sounds especially with randy and with some with donariso we we wanted to expand the space more we wanted it to be a more of a produce more polished umi think everybody thought the blizzard was a good recco but it was very you're kind of rough and ready and just sort of of almost like a bunch of rough mix is in fact a cup of those mixes our afp mixes nerve so with the second record or we spend some more time obviously we were more of intrical with each other we knew i knew what have randy was going.
"imsa" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio
"That where composure supplement choose from veteran science comes it by interesting we have carol on the line harold harold harold i am mixed up heralded carol the there seems to be a very significant difference in this case herald you're on with dr debbie in every american brick river herald peril art wherever aired by rupert for me a bear wider ver where we bear gall remember repair prequel the europe of the bertram emily dorbyl group rewarded already see you question was in regards to castration versus the second mean animals like we've hick ornery other is that correct hey i regret conveniently wrong order well and you know i cannot say that if we castrated more hugh half have less problems but that may not be politically correct that the reason we do the eye in dogs is because we want to minimise the effects of the test round that that affects in that namely the that we'll see dodds with our hightestosterone levels that aren't castrated may have more problems with here at grass shin where they may start more fights may not be as suited into the hierarchy of the dog in the household the family situation so we want to try to minimise imsa facts of testosterone so if we just you've of the sect immi fat just kind of makes them not have babies and say we want to make sure we still address that hormone problem and and also there some other very important things that by when we avoid the testosterone knew that source it has on a health benefits to go and come for a dog if they're not nude erred those test after all that will stay up high in the can create some problems with the prostate gland and this is where the parallels men come into play because as men get older they have a benign prostatic hyperplasia and that's kind of fed by the testosterone with dogs they can get that same thing but we can actually prevent that by neutering them and the most part they don't complain about a hasty more meal owners can i'm playing about that on the pats actually do what do you think about that harrell agrarian record by brian martin barker of yet a good idea we have a different a friend matic look out for the veterinary concerns has been the elmo concerns because ritz really more than populationcontrol we want to address.