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"jamie wing" Discussed on Inside Supercars

Inside Supercars

07:51 min | 6 months ago

"jamie wing" Discussed on Inside Supercars

"Cold Turkey. I think there's no doubt again being through with it. You'll have that bug, especially when cars were all out for the first time next year. And I remember Mark Skype saying the same to me, you'll know if you've made the right choice when you first stand on the pit lane and you're watching the cars all filing out of pit lane when you're not in one. And the emotions of that, whether it internally, you feel strong enough that you should be a one or whether you're comfortable with the decision you've made. But I think for me, I was comfortable in the decision. But at the same token, as the year rolls on, you do a couple of test days and you get back in the driver's seat. You sort of become more eager to continue as a race driver. So I think Jamie will probably contest next year as a character of it. That's my thinking and my take of it. Where that puts me, I'm not sure that we'll have to say catchy jokes that he is moving to grove racing because of the change. We haven't had the we haven't had time and it's for next year. But a good sit down to really plan out the roles and responsibilities of everyone. What specific role Jamie will be doing in the garage, it'll be interesting. I think he'll do a good job no matter which way we skim the cat of who's doing exactly what. Yeah, I've said to him half joking. Are you sure you don't just want to do my job? Am I staying at home now? Are you are you going to are you going to be between the two race engineers? Yeah, you're doing that. So and a controller or whatever. So I've posed the question to Jamie. I imagine he'd want to get in and do all those things. But yeah, I don't know. We'll have to see. Yeah, see if I still have a job. Graham win cup doesn't think 2022 will see a big change at the team. But looks forward to celebrating Jamie's driving career after the bathurst 1000. Yeah, I wanted to get away before before he became my boss. Yeah, I didn't want him to have to shout at me. Basically. The immediate challenge is this weekend. He will share the car with wind cup at Bethesda. Hopes to send him out on a high, similar to how low and spinach his final bathurst as a full time driver. Well, I think it's going to be interesting because again I went through that Pfizer in 2018 and it was a great result for Steve Richardson and I. So hopefully I can fend him off in a same sort of positive way. Understanding where he's at in the sense of his head, motions, hopefully I can take some of that pressure off him. And he can enjoy the last battles 1000 as a full-time driver and as a lead driver. You know, I'll be talking to him throughout the weekend and again he's a very private person in a lot of ways. So again, I'll try and carry some of the load of the PR side of it and just let him enjoy what will be his last full-time bathurst race. He will be very focused on the qualifying, all the elements and the areas that he will be taking on. So all I've got to worry about is the race car getting hopefully if I start the race, a good start, keep it out of trouble and hand it over to him. So yeah, it's going to be quite emotional for him. I was no doubt, he's very good. I said, very good at hiding a lot of his emotions. So we'll see what happens when we finally get there. If Jamie is co driving at triple-A next year, is it there luck for Garth tender? Well, that could be the case, but yeah, again, it's something that for me talking never go cold Turkey and I haven't. And although we're doing commentary side of it now as well. And that in the mix, it is busy and it's going to be busy for Jamie to get his head around running the team. The politics all the business decisions that he's going to have to take on. I know he's got wrong and Tony Quinn on his side. So he's got some very powerful people beside him and around him that can help make those decisions. So I think that's going to be a big class for Jamie. But again, at the same time, he's now next going to be on the topping board if things go wrong. As Jamie's full-time racing career comes to a close. What advice would Graham win cup like to have given his nephew when he was starting out? David and I probably lived our dreams. With China, you know, we've always wanted to be successful in whatever he desired to do. We encourage payment, whatever he did. And. A lot of people ask me, you know, I want my son to do what you can do. And I think it would be very difficult to do because of the family unit that we had with David and myself and, you know, were brothers, but were a part in Jaime was the nucleus of what we were doing. And there was always plenty of enthusiasm and if one got a bit down the other one to take over and it just worked like that. So I don't, you know, think that when change anything, I suppose every race car driver has aspirations of becoming a Formula One driver. But, you know, we certainly weren't rich enough to go down that path. And I think with what we had available to us, he's done a great job. And I don't think there's anything I'd really want to change. At all. I'm pretty happy. How different is Jamie wing cut now to the young man that sat down in his office, hoping to drive at triple 8. Roland Dane here. He's the same person, but very very, very much more experienced and grown up. And as should be. And he walked in here as I remember at 22 year old or something. So he's very different in terms of experience. Now and that shows, he's developed as a person, particularly in the last four years or so. He's since he's had his own business as well with this car wash business and settled in his personal life. And recognizing the fact that he wasn't going to drive forever. So what am I going to do? What am I plans planning that properly? And understand what he wants to do. Has focused on the job in hand and he's really pushing for this heart and so I think into into working out what his future looks like. If you would like to learn more about Jamie cut, his autobiography drive of a lifetime is now available in all good bookstores. Next week, we will return to wrap up the 2021 Beth is 1000. Inside supercars is produced by thunder media. Tune in next time for more or lock in the podcast on your ride tunes or mobile.

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"jamie wing" Discussed on Inside Supercars

Inside Supercars

08:15 min | 6 months ago

"jamie wing" Discussed on Inside Supercars

"Them in and take them out. And that's developed a lot of the last 15 15 plus years to providing the drivers with the best possible environment in which to apply their trade. So Jamie's been a massive massive part of that. He's OCD. There's no doubt about how he is routing driven, but he's also OCD. So as I said, like, he has to wear any boots. He's a roast boots at the start of the year because that's just for him it works. He's the only driver in pit Lana puts basically those boots. I suppose you can call them on on every time you get in or out of the car because again, they for him if that's just a routine and something that works for him. So yeah, for me, I think that OCD works as very well for him because, you know, he's a very methodical he's very driven by data and knowing what he's got is the best he can be. Coming up next, we look at Jamie's next step, triple 8 team principal. We haven't had the we haven't had time and it's for next year. But a good sit down to really plan out for the roles and responsibilities of everyone. What specific role Jamie will be doing in the garage? For those nights when one drink with the girls turns into a bottle, but you need your calf a brunch the next day. This pickup. Or in front of drinks. Well, you don't want to leave your car with the expensive tools at the pub. This pick up. Don't miss out on the fun. Get a pickup. Simply book on our app and we'll pick you up to drive you and your car home. Two drivers arrive, one drives you home in your car and the other driver follows. Download the pickup app today that's PK UP and wake up, worry free. Each week join the inside motor sport team as they look at all the news from across Australia and around the world. Yeah, I mean, it means a lot. You know, through the years, a lot of reference this race is one of our majors. 600 miles around here is no easy task. It's basically the final type that we know people saw here. It was a great way to get the rest of the family. Inside motor sport broadcast on community radio and online at sport radio dot com dot AU. On this edition of inside supercars, we look at the future for Jamie wing cup as he heads to Beth as this weekend for his final start as a four time driver in the supercars series. While at the moment, I think we're everyone's always sitting in the sitting and waiting to make a decision whether he's going to I suppose one sense go cold Turkey and just get a step away from driving side of it and manage the team. Sort of a challenge. You didn't want to be known as one trick pony. Which is pretty good trick when you're the best driver in history. Yeah, the planets are aligned in terms of what I was thinking of when I needed to be able to step back the timing was appropriate. We hear from Graham wind cup, Roland Dane, Craig lowndes, golf tender, and Scott Gollum. Graham wind cup is the proud uncle, and partly responsible for setting Jamie on his path to greatness. He said that the success his nephew has achieved has been celebrated by more than his family. Everybody, you know, not just family, but close family friends, you know? He's done an incredible thing. To retrieve what he has and he's still like, he's still lucky he's running second in the championship manner he's retirement year. He still puts the thing on Paul. You know, he still throws in some incredible laps. And he still doing very, very well. Like he's stepping out at the top of his game, and I'm sure if Jamie throws head out there, there'd be several teams would love him to come and drive their cars and next couple of years. Scott gollan has justice sister Jamie in his autobiography drive of a lifetime, and he spoke about how Jamie has approached his next chapter. Yeah, absolutely. He was not obsessed, but he saw it as a challenge. He didn't want to be known as one trick pony. He, which is pretty good trick when you're the best at because driver and history, but he was very about the future. He wanted to jump into things and he always talked about his dad. You know, the one way to get his dad to do something is to tell Kelly that he couldn't build that fence over there. So then he'd go and do it. And I think Jamie's a bit the same. At Triple H, Jamie has shared the garage with the most popular driver of all time Craig lands, and now, with one of the most popular kiwi drivers Shane bankers Bergen. Graham wind cup said that Jamie understood the importance of having a strong teammate. When you've got a tough teammate, it raises the level. Like you're always out to boot your teammate. He's the first guy you've got to beat. And, you know, they are great teammates, you know, the team is everything to them. And if Jamie can't win Shane wants to win and vice versa, you know, they are there to have the trip like tires, one, two, as much as possible. And it does. You know, they push each other hard and there's no secrets, you know, I've seen that. There's no secrets with anybody I'm doing this, try this, you know and that's how it really should be. Jamie's first teammate Craig lounge admires many aspects of their relationship. But there has always been that one thing that has stuck in his cruel. But there is some things that Jamie does that used to frustrate me. And I have a laugh about it because it still happens today. We shine, which is basically that, you know, if you've got to be in an appearance at a ten o'clock at 9 59 and 59 seconds, Jamie will then decide to go and go to the function, but it takes, you know, it doesn't have taken over it's going to take 5 minutes to get there. So I hate being like to anything and Jamie was always that person. If I can spend an extra minute looking at data or doing something like that, I'd rather do that than being at a function. So that was probably the frustrating side of Jaime, but as I said, it still happens today and I still have a giggle because now it's happening to shine. David couchy, Jamie's engineer from 2014 to 2020, said it was the relationships at triple 8 that made the team so successful. Oh, look without question, you know, you know, Jamie and of course, Craig, Craig lounge, you know, they were a massive part of that. And those guys, those guys working together, I think their relationship and the respect that both of those guys had for each other on and off the track and of course also the way that Roland, you know, operates the team, like that's a very big part of why Triple H has been so successful in its very almost short history. I mean, it's quite a long history now, but you know, they became successful quite quickly and that definitely flows from the top. And having those two drivers with their with their personalities, again, Jamie, it's so easy to get along with. Don't have to even mention it about Craig lounge, and he's kind of bubbly, happy personality. So, you know, it was just a really awesome environment to be in and everybody just was able to grow and perform at their absolute best. And that's why that was the sort of foundation of a watchable ladies today. God tanda has now joined the team as co driver with wind cups teammate with Shane Ben giz Bergen. He is now finding out firsthand why Triple H has been so successful. All I said to take one day, I'll get you in one of my cars. And I would turn it down. We did a we finally got it down to the endurance races. So,.

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"jamie wing" Discussed on Inside Supercars

Inside Supercars

12:46 min | 6 months ago

"jamie wing" Discussed on Inside Supercars

"Ticket. Graham win cap says perhaps, this is more folklore than fact. Sounds like a good story, doesn't it? Yeah, look, I'm not sure about that. But maybe I should ask him for the money. I gave him for a refund for the F 8. But I'm not too sure of it. But I know that Kevin Murphy was trying to renegotiate with Jamie at that stage to stay with tasman. And Jamie got the opportunity to go and talk to Roland and and Mike and the others that Triple H, he thought that would be a great team to go forward with and he went up there and had a great interview with him. You know, there were other people that had been interviewed for the job, but Ronald said before the interviewers over were you, which guy was going to drive out there? Coming up next, we look at the misunderstood champion. Sad May in a sense of the fans, look, I know that they're loyal, they're very proud and they're very aligned with personalities. He didn't go Kara to be famous, you encouraged him to draw rice cars. We hear from some of his closest peers and partners, Roland Dane, Craig lowndes, mock dutton, and David couchy. You know, he does all he's talking on the race circuit. Each week joined the inside motor sport team as they look at all the news from across Australia and around the world. And every year, obviously, Jack is to go on prey and I just remind myself of his part in starting the path to safer cars dissecting the sport with interviews and news and opinion. Jack Bregman certainly left his mark not only on Australian motor sport, but motor sport all around the world. Inside motor sport broadcast on community radio and online at sport radio dot com dot AU. For those nights when one drink with the girls turns into a bottle, but you need your calf a brunch the next day. This pick up. Or in front I work drinks. Well, you don't want to leave your car with the expensive tools at the pub. This pick up. Don't miss out on the fun. Get a pickup. Simply book on our app and we'll pick you up to drive you and your car home. Two drivers arrive, one drives you home in your car and the other driver follows. Download the pickup app today that's PK UP and wake up, worry free. One of the most disappointing aspects of wind cup's career is that instead of celebrating his success, some motor sport spectators became hostile towards him. Famously booing the champion after he had one major events. Roland Dane provided his perspective on that part of Jaime's career. Whenever I'm shooting the breeze with my peer group and my Friends, et cetera in Europe and they inevitably say, or what are the best and worst things about being in Australia compared with being in the UK, for instance? And clearly the weather and friendliness of most people and the sort of attitude to life in Australia which can be so positive. And then you got the negatives and I always say, well, number one is speed limits. Number two is bureaucracy and nanny state approach. And number three is tall poppy syndrome. And Jamie has suffered from a lot of ignorant people giving him a hard time over many years because of his success. And unfortunately, I see that reflected many times in Australian sport. The good thing is that normally the passage of time deals with that. And I think that Jamie will be respected as he deserves by almost everyone. In the fullness of time. But in the short term, the there are people who resent his success for whatever reason. it's amplified these days by social media. In a way, which I think a lot of us have come to realize that undermines the meaning of social media comes on social media and quite repulsive at times. So Jamie's been exposed to that in a way which some of his predecessors haven't been. But in the fullness of time, the respect will be there from I would suggest pretty much everyone who's ever followed the sport, let alone been involved in it. And deservingly so. Craig lounge remembers these situations clearly. Oh, yeah, absolutely. And sometimes not only Jamie, there was other drivers that got that treatment. And it saddened me in a sense of the fans, look, I know that they're loyal, they're very proud and they're very aligned with personalities. But at the same time, it's motor racing. We've got to celebrate whether it's afford or a Holden or whether it's a James Courtney or a Jamie wing cup. So for me, that was always a little bit of a sad moment because of people just emotions probably take over. And I felt for Janet because you know he put his heart and soul into what he had done. And winning races is something that we'd all strive for. I think that because of his personality, again, the marks gave, I'd even say the Marcus Ambrose. They sort of weren't really fan favorites because of just the way they or their attitude and the way they approach the race weekends. And it's a shine because they fans of us not seeing the results of what this person, Jamie had created or achieved that they just sort of seeing him as a personality and really, as you said, it didn't really matter to the fans where you finish. It was just the personalities that they'd wanted to connect with. Laos said being the most popular driver of the modern era made the relationship with the fans more difficult. It was hard for Jamie, because as far as their popularity, but at the same token, it's just trying to think of analogy. Probably center and Prost in the same time a Formula One, like when you've got in a sense to heavy weights, but then we've got two different personalities. It always is a different. So for Jamie, hold on, he's results will always stand up and be shown in history of how many championships he's won and races and everything else. I said, yeah, he wasn't one of the popular drivers and public eye. But that's just, you know, again, that's just unfortunately the way that he's personality is. David couch he noted that the negative opinions and conduct of fans never impacted on Jamie's behaviors around the team. In all the time I've known Jamie I've never seen any big flashy sort of statements or articles or anything like that. And, you know, he absolutely lets does all he's talking on the race circuit. And I think that's a really, that's something that I'm, you know, really sort of love about his personality. You know, I think talks talks cheap in any sport and certainly in motor sport and what actually matters is what you do on track and the results you get. And that's probably what, you know, I mean, there's no question. He's the greatest and he's managed to consistently perform an unbelievably high level for a very long period of time. And that's what is very, very hard to do, you know? It's hard enough to win one championship. You know, very few can back up and win two. You know, to win to win 7 is almost unbelievable, but the other thing I think that you can't sort of brush over is the fact that if he hasn't won the championship, he's pretty much been second. You know, every other year. So, you know, he just really hasn't had hasn't had a bad year. And I think that's why he's, you know, without question, one of the greatest of all time. Tim miles employed Jamie at tasman motor sport, then later became a co owner at triple 8. He said the public didn't understand Jamie's focus. He's a very genuine character. He didn't go to be famous you encouraged him to draw a race cars and he's still the same and he realizes that obligation that you have as a sports startup to be accessible to the public, et cetera. But he goes writing the race as and so he sort of doesn't pretend to be anything else. And I think that's part of where the tractors come from that you mentioned. That is a very, very, very genuine person. Scott, Colin, found wind cups approach to be laser focused, which was developed in him from a young age. Had this attitude of how to win and he wanted to win and he wanted to be a perfect of what he did. And he only ever looked at so you mentioned go cat, so or I'm going to be the best go Carter, but he needed a lot of formula Ford, and then that was the logical step, and then it was, oh, I'm going to be the best formula Ford driver. And then he always focused on what was in front of him rather than the big picture, which I found fascinating. And then supercars was the logical next step. And then he went about trying to be the best at that. But you started right, I think he attitude and these principles were set very, very early, and it was clear. He wanted to be he was a racer by blood and he wanted to be a racer and that's all one to do. And he wanted to be the best he could. Craig said nothing went unnoticed. And his approach to racing also heightened the differences between the two men. Yes, as opposed to just one of those things for me, I'll visualize enjoyed the support of as I said, I've always just tried to be me in the sense of understanding also that the sport has to have fans and that for me was always a very important to share their stories and share Tom with them. No different to what Peter Brock did. And I think that Peter and I were very similar in our mannerisms. And the way that we operate as personalities, I take a lot of energy out of spans and talking to fans and I think that again, if you look back to my career, anytime it was going bad in the sense of inside the race car or our performance was bad. Otherwise go out and talk to fans because it made me happy. So for Jamie, that would be the opposite. If things were going bad, he would basically retreat and look at data and not want to do anything sponsor related anything just so he could focus on how to turn things around. So yeah, we were very as I said chalk and cheese. But at the end of the day, it worked for both of us. I think I've seen a bit of a change in Jamie, especially in his last year now that since he's made his announcement to retire or step down as a full-time driver, he's now become relaxed, he's enjoying the racing. It's almost gone full circle for him. So there's a little bit of a difference. But at the same token, as I said, I've always just enjoyed it. He has not got to say Jamie's been a thorn in my side because probably 7 8 years because I think I finished second to him about them many times. So he's a champion in his own right. We've gone head to head. You know, for championships. And so the beauty about it though is it just has worked for the team. So that's the ultimate thing has been a huge team. It was often speculation about wind cup's future, with rumors in the press that he was looking to head overseas. But Roland never once gave them any credence. I was 95% sure that Jamie wasn't going to go anywhere outside Australia. He's, yeah, he's not somebody who upticks and.

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"jamie wing" Discussed on Inside Supercars

Inside Supercars

07:24 min | 6 months ago

"jamie wing" Discussed on Inside Supercars

"Quick and having good results, I am trying to work on my own payer and hopefully that will be nice what we're going to come up with in the year. All I can do is put in my 100% cape racking up results, hopefully they fix themselves. Jamie wing cap certainly a driver to keep an eye on for the rest of this season. Mick Ritter reflects on Jamie's attitude and determination through the formula four years. Probably the thing that all would suggest stands out most and I'm sure still does to this day probably, you know, one of the most single minded people that I've ever met in my life. So that is that for me is the absolute standout. And, you know, the work ethic that goes with that. The next step was not far off. And Graham wind cup talks about how Jamie made his first step into the supercars series. Gary had a lot to do with Belle Blaine and Valvoline were sponsors of Mick Ritter. And make and Gary used to talk quite regularly and Gary would be up on the wall. And what the formula for doing side by side and he sort of looked at Jamie and thought, you know, this guy is going to be okay and of course Gary and I raced against each other in sports at end and were friendly rivals for many, many years and he used to talk to me about Jamie and. That's how it happened. He got the opportunity to have a test with Gary. We didn't one day. Gary tried out three or four other guys. And Gary decided that Jamie would have a steer in one of the super cars. Clearly, that was effectively, I think, you know, more or less the arrangement with Gary Rogers back in the day was the I think, you know, it was something that I got talking about during the course of the year of Jamie won the championship or look like he was going to win the championship. He was on for an enduro ride with him and he just happened to I think clench the formula Ford championship that same weekend a Queensland raceway on the very same weekend as a, you know, whatever he was at the time, probably 18. Doing double duty in his first first crack in a supercar is an enduro, so pretty amazing thing to think about these days. When he moved to formula Ford in the ultimately ended up in the Valvoline sponsored formula Ford, which was running out of the sonic stables, and obviously I was driving in GRM at the time. So we had a strong focus to the sponsorship and that point in time Gary was responsible guy Rogers was responsible for allocating the Valvoline money towards formula Ford. So we were obviously keeping an eye on the Valvoline formula Ford with Jamie was driving and he wanted the championship easily here that he won. He's trying to form a full championship and he pretty much jumps trying to evaluate supercar and I think that was 2002 when he won the former four championship and he did the endurance races without the trium, teammates with max dampney, sharing the car in the endurance races, Jamie, and I became teammates in 2003 at Gary Rogers motor sport in his first full year. In the supercars championship. So, you know, basically, we start out with his first ever full-time teammate in supercars. Graham wind cup said the transition was a tough one for a young driver. I think this is all the respect to JRE in the world that Jaime got out of a formula forward at Queensland raceway. And virtually changed these overall rents dried up and hop into a Commodore and raced raced it in an insurance that weekend. And there was really getting a job at night and I don't think dry me or done very little amount of driving in a manual car, let alone, you know, hopping into a race car. So perhaps there could have been a little bit more time tutoring him and getting me to understand what the car's all about and how it operates. But, you know, that he was in at the deep end and do the best you can. And you work at AI as you go along. And I remember story, he told me what night and this was after he raced with gath tender at bethes and crashed it. And he said, you know, I'm flying around the Shrek picking what the hell am I doing here? What am I supposed to be doing? You know, and he was just barrel arming in the corners and things like that. So, you know, it was a very hard for young kids to make their way. And I think there's a great thing with the triple that coached him a lot and helped him along and Craig was a great influence on him and things like that. But the early days were certainly tough that's for sure. Wind cops time at GRM was not as long as first thought, and it looked like his supercar career could be in trouble as Graham explains. It was a disappointment Gary called me up and he said, can you come down for a chat? And I thought, well, this is to talk about next year's deal and what we're going to do, you know? He showed me certainly wasn't paid very much when you drive us as the second driver at GRA. And, you know, you've actually got to earn your coup. And when I got there, I said, I just thought I'd like you know that Jamie whippy rushing for us next year and I was took a deep breath and I said, oh, and. I don't think he actually gave me the reason why and I went away and I came back and pulling to say dive on the way back and I said, Jamie, isn't going to drive next year, you know? And it was very disappointing for him. Bidding in hindsight, something that was probably good for him. Because he worked at finding another drive very hard. And never never took his eyes off for he wanted to do. And, you know, he was then tasman. But Jamie's natural abilities would not be lost to the sport. Enter ten miles and the tasman motor sport team. Did a test dog with us. And Wally's story who's nobody's full came wiring up to Kevin I and he just saw that quickly before somebody else works out how quick he is. So for many years, I enjoyed taking the Mickey out of Gary Rogers about how caring at him going and the first year came and for us, we he and Jason Richards very nearly one breath. So 100 taking the Mickey out of Gary Rogers about that. And Roland don't equally enjoy taking the Mickey out of May have got her we let him go and passman and Triple H, but so he's..

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"jamie wing" Discussed on Inside Supercars

Inside Supercars

07:58 min | 6 months ago

"jamie wing" Discussed on Inside Supercars

"That hopefully a good result. We've had a few options to write as overseas and we'll take a few options for life causing Australia. There's just a past champion in the formula for the scattering all directions. Some have gone to England from America. Some have gone to Germany derived cash. At the end of the day, it all comes down to what opportunities arise and do arise making the most of the opportunities now and around the thing in the right place in the right time. And you know, driving cars, quick and having good results, I am trying to work on my own payer and hopefully that will be nice what we're going to come up with in the year. All I can do is put in my 100% cape racking up results, hopefully they fix themselves. Jamie wing cap certainly a driver to keep an eye on for the rest of this season. Mick Ritter reflects on Jamie's attitude and determination through the formula four years. Probably the thing that all would suggest stands out most and I'm sure still does to this day probably, you know, one of the most single minded people that I've ever met in my life. So that is that for me is the absolute standout. And, you know, the work ethic that goes with that. The next step was not far off. And Graham wind cup talks about how Jamie made his first step into the supercars series. Gary had a lot to do with Belle Blaine and Valvoline were sponsors of Mick Ritter. And make and Gary used to talk quite regularly and Gary would be up on the wall. And what the formula for doing side by side and he sort of looked at Jamie and thought, you know, this guy is going to be okay and of course Gary and I raced against each other in sports at end and were friendly rivals for many, many years and he used to talk to me about Jamie and. That's how it happened. He got the opportunity to have a test with Gary. We didn't one day. Gary tried out three or four other guys. And Gary decided that Jamie would have a steer in one of the super cars. Clearly, that was effectively, I think, you know, more or less the arrangement with Gary Rogers back in the day was the I think, you know, it was something that I got talking about during the course of the year of Jamie won the championship or look like he was going to win the championship. He was on for an enduro ride with him and he just happened to I think clench the formula Ford championship that same weekend a Queensland raceway on the very same weekend as a, you know, whatever he was at the time, probably 18. Doing double duty in his first first crack in a supercar is an enduro, so pretty amazing thing to think about these days. When he moved to formula Ford in the ultimately ended up in the Valvoline sponsored formula Ford, which was running out of the sonic stables, and obviously I was driving in GRM at the time. So we had a strong focus to the sponsorship and that point in time Gary was responsible guy Rogers was responsible for allocating the Valvoline money towards formula Ford. So we were obviously keeping an eye on the Valvoline formula Ford with Jamie was driving and he wanted the championship easily here that he won. He's trying to form a full championship and he pretty much jumps trying to evaluate supercar and I think that was 2002 when he won the former four championship and he did the endurance races without the trium, teammates with max dampney, sharing the car in the endurance races, Jamie, and I became teammates in 2003 at Gary Rogers motor sport in his first full year. In the supercars championship. So, you know, basically, we start out with his first ever full-time teammate in supercars. Graham wind cup said the transition was a tough one for a young driver. I think this is all the respect to JRE in the world that Jaime got out of a formula forward at Queensland raceway. And virtually changed these overall rents dried up and hop into a Commodore and raced raced it in an insurance that weekend. And there was really getting a job at night and I don't think dry me or done very little amount of driving in a manual car, let alone, you know, hopping into a race car. So perhaps there could have been a little bit more time tutoring him and getting me to understand what the car's all about and how it operates. But, you know, that he was in at the deep end and do the best you can. And you work at AI as you go along. And I remember story, he told me what night and this was after he raced with gath tender at bethes and crashed it. And he said, you know, I'm flying around the Shrek picking what the hell am I doing here? What am I supposed to be doing? You know, and he was just barrel arming in the corners and things like that. So, you know, it was a very hard for young kids to make their way. And I think there's a great thing with the triple that coached him a lot and helped him along and Craig was a great influence on him and things like that. But the early days were certainly tough that's for sure. Wind cops time at GRM was not as long as first thought, and it looked like his supercar career could be in trouble as Graham explains. It was a disappointment Gary called me up and he said, can you come down for a chat? And I thought, well, this is to talk about next year's deal and what we're going to do, you know? He showed me certainly wasn't paid very much when you drive us as the second driver at GRA. And, you know, you've actually got to earn your coup. And when I got there, I said, I just thought I'd like you know that Jamie whippy rushing for us next year and I was took a deep breath and I said, oh, and. I don't think he actually gave me the reason why and I went away and I came back and pulling to say dive on the way back and I said, Jamie, isn't going to drive next year, you know? And it was very disappointing for him. Bidding in hindsight, something that was probably good for him. Because he worked at finding another drive very hard. And never never took his eyes off for he wanted to do. And, you know, he was then tasman. But Jamie's natural abilities would not be lost to the sport. Enter ten miles and the tasman motor sport team. Did a test dog with us. And Wally's story who's nobody's full came wiring up to Kevin I and he just saw that quickly before somebody else works out how quick he is. So for many years, I enjoyed taking the Mickey out of Gary Rogers about how caring at him going and the first year came and for us, we he and Jason Richards very nearly one breath. So 100 taking the Mickey out of Gary Rogers about that. And Roland don't equally enjoy taking the Mickey out of May have got her we let him go and passman and Triple H, but so he's..

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"jamie wing" Discussed on Inside Supercars

Inside Supercars

06:47 min | 6 months ago

"jamie wing" Discussed on Inside Supercars

"He was very good on slippery condition track two. Right, Becca days, you know, he was always a good qualify. You know, you go through your heats and Jamie would always end up in the finals in the first two rows. And that was sort of what was expected of him to do. Probably like most kids that I take a little while to blossom within Jamie Boston a lot. But he was just, I just write down a few little notes that I saw remember invest in with the Kinect or what they called rookies and midgets. We used to do a lot of engine development or trick around with engines and things like that. So it was always really good for testing because you always give it a 100% and he would always be consistent of what he did, which obviously went on to share in his career, you know? He's always coming to test too, where a lot of kids are that age, I sort of get a little bit I get a bit over it after they've done quite a few laps, but joining is always really trying to take down if you want to do something else here is more than trying to have another gallery. Right through from rookies to June use up until you know he's formula wait time. He had good people around him with current luciani and Liz Mae and they should have guys. And the expectation was always there to do the job. Not to make up the field. Like we're not here. This is not probably a bit crude, but we're not here to have fun. We're here to win races. You know, we're not making up the numbers. So that was Jamie's job and he went out and did what he had to do. And he didn't make a big crash about it. That was part of his job. He was part of the team. And he was to go out and win races and I suppose it just happened each weekend one after the other. And without doing very boss, that's what he did. In 1998, he moved from genius to seniors, his first outing was the Portland street prey. Here is in Sylvester's call of the closing stages. Jamie win count wins the 1998 Portland strikeout prey from their 100 final and it's quite a magnificent victory for this man. This is his first ever meeting as a senior. A very young Jamie spoke about his Portland wins. His twisty turn, a bit rough in some places, but all out. It's very good. There's a lot more people here and they've just improved on it so much over the year. He has grant minster again. He was caught quite dominant there. And it was a very good feel too. I think it was macro environment there and maybe pulled umbrella and there was a few others there. The reason he was so good on a straight circle is because as I said before, he's control on the slippery surface, which is street circuit obviously is of larger when we used to have them. That was pretty incredible effort for each first stop. By the end of 1998, in Sylvester's magazine cut Oz had announced Jamie wing cup as the Australian Carter of the year. There was none in the ID one in the commentary and then 99, I think. Scott Garland has just spent the past 12 months working with Jamie to write his autobiography, drive of a lifetime. Go karts. They were his uncle dad, and he and I were known as the whole team because I had the powers and the tents and they were well dressed and it was a perfection about what I did then. I stood out because they were the best going around. He knew was I actually revolutionized go counting a little bit as far as go catches to be pretty plying back then and I think it would be kind of what that defined a good plastics wouldn't be calculated or anything like that. And what I did and join me with all four two is probably help help design a lot of it. I might have sticky kids and things like that to put on the cat to make it just look so much more professional. You know, what it actually looks like now it was probably a little bit lower than what it is now. But I did a lot of that. So and that was probably one of the first ones being to prescribe head to aggregation business by my lord, please share our business and have some things like that, which is something that not many people head back in, sir, they had all team staff and things like that. So they look like a look professional. You look at it now, you're probably thinking that's not that professional. But for now, back in the early 90s, it was quite professional. Young WA driver Garth tandoor was the new kid on the block in supercars, and started noticing this young hot shot Carter at the trek. Jamie for a very long time, even really before he moved into formula forward. So he's probably his last year in karting. A lot of my makes from my cutting days in Victoria were involved with Jamie's casting as he was finishing up. So racing in the Australian title. So went to a few of the biggest driving car meetings as Jamie was in his final year. I think it was of cardi with my counting mates. And took notice of what he was up to. Meet crater was building his business sonic motor sport. After mentoring Alex and wheel Davison, he was looking around for the next crop of young stars. Obviously, first came across Jaime when he was pretty involved with the dives and family and of course will, particularly will and Jamie were good mates along with Alex, you know, that obviously had the accounting careers together and hung out a fair bit and so on. In Jaime was, you know, at that time, just embarking on his, you know, what was the start of his sort of formula for Korea, which at the time he was a little family run thing, you know, that sort of grime and his dad Dave were largely supposed orchestrating with the help of a couple of other guys. So, you know, we sort of watched him a little bit over the first couple of years and obviously took he was already performing at a pretty high level in a little privately run thing. And obviously came, you know, we did a deal with the wing cups for 2002 and things went from there. Inside motor sports spoke to Jamie wing cut about his domination of the 2002 formula Ford championship. Well, at the start of the show, I mentioned we'd be speaking with Jamie wing cap. He's heading to our empire to continue on his.

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"jamie wing" Discussed on Inside Supercars

Inside Supercars

07:15 min | 6 months ago

"jamie wing" Discussed on Inside Supercars

"The pickup at today that's PKU P and wake up, worry free. Every champion's journey starts somewhere, and on the eve of Jamie wing cuts retirement from full-time racing, inside supercars has spoken with some of the people that were part of his journey to Triple H and his eventual domination of the sport. This is the origin story of Jamie wing cup. We speak to his uncle Graham win cup, karting mentor grant lindstrom, Mick Ritter, who guided him through his formula four years, and ten miles former owner of tasman motor sport, his final stop before joining Triple H who's become like the continent professional as far as motor sport is concerned. He does his job. He always lets you do he's talking thing that I would suggest stands out most and I'm sure still does to this day. One of the most single minded people that I've ever met in my life. Jamie doesn't get the credit that he deserves for the amount of he's done in my opinion because he's been for so many years. The benchmark and the sport. This story starts with dead Dave and uncle Graham, deciding that a career in motor sport was a logical choice. I started motor sport quite light in life and I wish I had gone back a lot earlier and started earlier in something not as quiet as developed as the monster was because I never did it justice is the way when I built the car. So when Jamie come along and this is all David's fault because David Jamie's father used to take me out to colder and to fisherman's pain and got me around motor sport probably when I was 8 or ten years old, he dragged me along to car races and he had friends that had chosen. So when Jamie was born and because David and I being actively involved in the monsters and things like that, he really never had much of a choice. Like he was going to be a race car driver, whether he thought it was a good idea and not David and I thought it was a great idea. So that was that. Going racing was a family affair. Dave and Graham winker had a lot of fun with each other. When we used to go to the go kart races or and then on to motor sport in formula four. Dye was always there, of course, and people used to come up to me. People are down for many, many years from racing sport today and so on and so I think it was Gary Rogers might have said it one day and he was one of many. You know, you're a great black. You always bring your father along to the car racing and I always thought that David my Jamie's father was my father and Jamie was my son, because Dave had silver hair. He is a dark hair disappeared into a light gray when he was in his late 20s. So he always looked a lot older than what he was. So it was always a bit of a bit of a Jack. Yeah, I always bring the dead along to the races and I used to get paranoid with it. Cat purchased and Jamie starting racing, Graham felt that he needed to assist his brother to ensure that his nephew had the best possible grounding in motor sport. And I thought, well, I've got to try and help as much as I can as early as possible to give him a great foundation in motor sports. So by the time he gets to 18 or 20, that he he's got all the rising knowledge and everything behind him that he needs to go on to become a champion. Their preparation of Jamie wasn't just about preparing his cart and driving fast. It's very cheap to look presentable. Did I and I got growing up through great pair and ing to always just make the most of it situation and it doesn't cost anything to make sure you go couch every time you hit the every time you hit the track. So we would spend Monday to Friday, making sure we're all ready to go and presentable as possible. And got there and there was professional job as you can at systemizing, not just in this sport, but you never know who's watching on, you know? In all faces of like you've got to respect their elders. I was brought up like that and died was brought up like that. We had a fairly hard Taskmaster in our dead and Jamie was brought up the same way to do the right thing and respect your elders. And I remember this young fellow, but I got up at the diet and he looked like he just been dragged through the local tip and didn't present very well and got up there any time. I think the club and I'd like to thank the old man for bringing me. And I was a guest at this kid, you know? And if you remember back in the old days, turning whenever we wait some way, we were always clean and tardy. We had uniforms, everything was coined and tardy, Jamie went up to pick up a trophy and he was reasonably well. And with the team, the uniform on. And I said to Jamie on the way back after he picked up his tripod city boy, you talk like that. I don't kick you in the backside. And thank underseas he's never ever been disrespectful to anybody as far as I know. And that's just another part of him growing up that I suppose we tried to teach him you know, not only have you got to be a good race driver, but you've got to be a good person. And respect your sponsors and everybody else around you to do the right thing because no one likes to be involved with a person that's got no respect. Graham said that to help develop his presentation skills, they encourage Jamie to attend toastmasters from a very early age. Chase masters was a thing that was relied to us through a frame that was very heavily involved with it. And it was a little bit of personalized tutoring with Jamie. And we used to have I still have a farm, which is about a two hour drive out of Melbourne. And sometimes we'd pick up Jamie on the way up there and we'd give him a subject that he had to talk about for ten minutes. And it was quite funny. Some of the things he used to say, you know, talk about split pins or all sorts of stupid things, but it gave him a great grounding that he could he could communicate and talk about things with promoters or TV or media like that. And he's still very good at that today. Both mentor grant lindstrom and established car team manager and uncle Graham agreed that Jamie had an innate driving ability as a junior in carts. China was exceptionally good at was on cold tires and in slippery conditions. He was just his exceptionally good at that. In a gait count in the right situation he jumped the first start and jumped the first leap and always pulled a gap between his ears on the front rather there. That's always exceptionally good on cold and.

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"jamie wing" Discussed on Inside Supercars

Inside Supercars

08:03 min | 6 months ago

"jamie wing" Discussed on Inside Supercars

"He has this attitude of how to win and he wanted to win and he wanted to be perfect at what he did when Jamie came along and we first tested him. We could see straight away that Jamie actually had potential more speed than we than we thought. And Jamie was amazing with his feedback and the amount of information he could absorb doing laps. It was really spectacular. Without a drive for the 2006 season, Jamie wing cut flew from Victoria to Queensland to meet with triple-A management, Roland Dane talks about that fateful day. He did fly up short notice to talk to me after bathurst and 2005. And he had a sit down with me had met a couple of the key engineers as well. And yeah, basically made it clear that he'd do whatever's necessary to get to get his bum in the in the seat of one of our cars. He. His motivation was clearly there from the start. His hunger was there. And he was the only one of the three people that I was seriously considering at the time. Who didn't immediately ask about money? Triple H Lee driver was Craig lounge, the most popular driver in Sue because history, and the man that Rowland was building the team around. So when he first came to the team, he was enthusiastic. He was probably a little bit Shaw as well. But his enthusiastic and really keen to learn and develop as a driver, like we all were when we were first getting an opportunity with the major team like that. Rollins said that the team was looking for a number two driver for one important reason. You were looking for a number two driver could double up as you're allowed to in those days. For the enduro races and give us the best possible chance of winning winning the battles 1000. And we already had that stage a number one driver in Craig. So yes, we wanted somebody who had the potential to grow into a major force, but that particular point in time at the end of O 5 is about putting together the strongest possible team for bassist 1000. Craig lounge. I wasn't involved in the actual decision making of sawing Jamie, but I know at the time that role and did make that point that we're looking for a teammate that was in the same sort of heart stature as me and really that the focus for role and from my understanding was more so better. And that was obviously a race that has enticed role under come to Australia in the first place. So that was his goal was to put a super team together to get the result of bathurst and hopefully a championship. Roland explains how Jamie appeared on his radar. To be honest, there was nothing nothing at GRM that drew drew me to him. Partly because the most of the time he was at GRM was just before I was in Australia full time. But that was the way very aware of his formula Ford track record. And also at tasman, we'd watched him provide exemplary support to their number one driver at the time Jason Richards in the enduro races at sandown and bathurst. And at the time, my principal goal, then was to try and win our first bathurst. And we needed somebody who'd be great support for Craig lands. So, you know, those those were the key factors. Couch he saw that Jamie had some qualities that made it obvious to the team that he would succeed. Jaime's very easy to get along with. I mean, you know, we got along very well from the beginning. I actually knew him from when again he drove for tasman. Motor sport, which is sort of what lands Val smash sort of morph them to invent I already knew him before call it. I got to Triple H you know and look so yeah, we've always had a very close relationship as sort of friends more than more than sort of even work colleagues as such. So that made the sort of jump really easy, I guess from that point of view Mark dutton was already well established at triple 8. However, the new young gun caused a few changes in the engineering structure. It always race engineer the year before with Steve ellery. But because we had a young up and coming talent in Jaime, ludo ludo wanted to put the engineering race engineering hat back on. So I was demoted from race engineer to Dave engineer on that car. It was actually probably one of my nicest end of year performance reviews I've ever had. Because I was getting demoted there actually being nice to me and I even got a pay rise, which was, yeah, two tenths of not a lot. It's still not a lot, but pay rise is still a payroll. So yeah, finally enough it was my demotion, which was my most pleasant end of the year of you today. Craig lounge said Jamie had an approach to how he went racing, which he had seen in another successful champion. I look at Jamie and I see a lot of Mark scaping him in the sense of his mannerisms, the way that he operated in a sense of as I said, the data, all that side of it, he worked extremely hard behind the scenes with just all the small things, even to a point where still today at the beginning of every season, you know, our first test day, Jamie has to run in 5 sets of shoes. And he will never go to a racetrack with a brand new set of shoes. You'll always have to have run them, or use them. He's against he's done it, but he's against different color schemes of one off color schemes at rice weekend halfway through it because again for him. It's a mental thing in the sense of or psychological thing to change. David couchy do you work very hard, you know, behind the scenes on himself. You know, I mean, you know, not just his fitness, but he's preparation and approach to the race weekend. You know, and each driver, each driver does approach that that differently. But yeah, I just remember always remember a real real attention to detail and just not leaving any stone unturned, basically. Mark dutton was never afraid to ask a question even if it might come across as silly or obvious. So which is great, yeah. It's things that you encourage your kids to do you encourage everyone to do. But he would do it and he continues to ask those questions. So that, for me, that willingness and want to learn and improve that that was the standout from day dot. Craig lounge. He really literally understood took on board the settings of the car, the way that the team operated the philosophy of what the team had. Had.

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"jamie wing" Discussed on Inside Supercars

Inside Supercars

08:16 min | 6 months ago

"jamie wing" Discussed on Inside Supercars

"I started writing very custom of 7 years old and I would just work hard with everything we do every championship we put in a 100% and charge to finish high up in the championship as possible and in 1998 and on and on and on. I want a couple of Australian championships in with rice formula four and some until this year that we've got involved with 24 involving Marco Ritter and Andy Gilbert. It was really pushed that over the forward for the campaign along and Mark 8 billion formula Ford for years and on a couple of good drivers in Australia as you say will Davidson. He launched Stuart McCall before that. And then will's older brother Alex. All that stock and information that mark was on a kind of straight drive. Quick as one of these today. So yeah, we really did have a good bike set up and we've got a lot of data to go back. But at the same time, we've developed the car a lot between myself and my teammate market. We've really worked hard this year and spend a lot of time out of the way the calories now to what it was the start of the year. It's probably a good half fit and quicker than what we started off with and that shows that the lap time to have been producing at the rifling, which was compared to that. So you know we're all the development before I come along into the team has really helped and but now we're still working hard and still developing and as a side we're letting championship in the moment. It's still a long way to go around the halfway and so that hopefully a good result. We've had a few options to write out or overseas and we'll take a few options to write causing Australia. Is this a past champion to formula four statin in all directions? Some have gone to England from America. Some have gone to Germany to write cash. At the end of the day, it all comes down to what opportunities arise and do arise making the most of the opportunity now and around Australia. Being in the right place in the right time and you know driving cars quick and having good results I am trying to work on my own payer and hopefully that was bold as he knows what we're going to come up with at the end of the year. All I can do is putting more 100% cape racking up results, hopefully life makes himself. Jamie wing cap certainly a driver to keep an eye on for the rest of this season. Mick Ritter reflects on Jamie's attitude and determination through those formula four years. Probably the thing that I would suggest stands out most and I'm sure still does to this day. Probably, you know, one of the most single minded people that I've ever met in my life. So that is that for me is the absolute standout. And, you know, the work ethic that goes with that. The next step was not far off and Graham win cap talks about how Jamie made his first step into the supercar series. Gary had a lot to do with Belle Blaine and well-being were sponsors of Mick Ritter. And make and Gary used to talk quite regularly and Gary would be up on the wall and a lot of the formula Ford during side by side. He sort of looked at Jamie and thought, you know, this guy is going to be okay and of course Gary and I raced against each other in sports at end and were friendly rivals for many, many years and he used to talk to me about Jamie and. That's how it happened. He got the opportunity to have a test with Gary. We didn't one day. Gary tried out three or four other guys. And Gary decided that Jamie would have a steer in one of the supercars. He's Mick Ritter again. Clearly, that was effectively, I think, you know, more or less the arrangement with Gary Rogers back in the day was the I think it was something that I got talking about during the course of the year of Jamie won the championship or look like he was going to win the championship. He was on for an enduro ride with him and he just happened to I think clinch the formula Ford championship that same weekend a Queensland raceway on the very same weekend is, you know, whatever he was at the time, probably 18. Doing double duty and his first crack in a supercar is an enduro. So pretty amazing thing to think about these days. God, tennis. When he moved to formula Ford, he ultimately ended up in the Valvoline sponsored formula Ford, which was run out of the sonic stables, and obviously I was driving in GRA at the time. So we had a strong sales engine to the sponsorship and that point in time Gary was responsible guy Rogers was responsible for allocating the Valvoline money towards formula Ford. So we were obviously keeping an eye on the Valvoline formula Ford with Jamie was driving and he wanted the championship easily here that he wanted to try and form a full championship. And he pretty much jumps trying to evaluate supercar and I think that was 2002 when he went to former four championship and he did the endurance races without the TRM, teammates with max damning, sharing the car in the endurance races. I mean, I became teammates in 2003 at Gary Rogers motor sport in his first full year. In the supercars championship. So, you know, basically, we start out with his first ever full-time teammate in supercars. Graham win cap said the transition was a tough one for a young driver. I think this is all the respect to JRE in the world that Jamie got out of a formula forward at Queensland raceway. And virtually changed these overall rents tried up and hop into a Commodore and raced raced it in an insurance that weekend. And there was really getting a job at night and I don't think dry me or done very little amount of driving in a manual car, let alone, you know, hopping into a race car. So perhaps there could have been a little bit more time tutoring him and getting me to understand what the car's all about and how it operates. But, you know, that he was in at the deep end and do the best you can and you work at AI as you go along. And I remember a famous story. He told me one night and this was after he raced with gather tender at BFFs and crashed it. And he said, you know, I'm flying around the Shrek and what the hell am I doing here? What am I supposed to be doing? You know? And he was just barrel arming in the corners and things like that. So, you know, it was a very hard for young kids to make the away. And I think there's a great thing with Triple H, that coach team a lot and helped him along and Craig was a great influence on him and things like that. But the early days were certainly tough that's for sure. Wind cups time at GRM was not as long as first thought. And it looked like his civic art career could be in trouble as Graham explains. It was a disappointment Gary called me up and he said, can you come down for a chat? And I thought, well, this is to talk about next year's deal and what we're going to do, you know? He showed me certainly wasn't paid very much when you drive us as the second driver at GRM and you've actually got to earn your coup. And when I got there, I said, I just thought I'd like you know that Jamie might be writing for us next year and I was took a deep breath and I said, oh, and..

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"jamie wing" Discussed on Inside Supercars

Inside Supercars

06:47 min | 6 months ago

"jamie wing" Discussed on Inside Supercars

"And that was sort of what was expected of him to do. Probably like most kids that I take a little while to blossom but then Jamie Boston a lot. But he was just your identity little notes that I still remember invest in or what they called rookies and midgets. We used to do a lot of engine development or trick around with engines and things like that. So it was always really good for testing to the always. It always give it a 100% and he would always be consistent of what he did, which obviously went on to share in his career, you know? He's always trying to test too, where a lot of kids are that age by sort of get a little bit I get a bit over it after they've done quite a few laps, but Jamie is always really trying to take down if you want to do something else. He was more than trying to have another gallery. He's uncle Graham again. Right through from rookies to junius up until you know he's formula wait time. He had good people around him with rematches and Liz may, and they should have guys. And the expectation was always there to do the job. Not to make up the field. Like we're not here. This is not probably a bit crude, but we're not here to have fun. We're here to win races. You know, we're not making up the numbers. So that was Jamie's job. And he, he went out and did what he had to do. And he didn't make a big fuss about it. That was part of his job. He was part of the team. And he was to go out and win races and I suppose it just happened one after the other. And without being very boss, that's what he did. In 1998, he moved from juniors to seniors. His first outing was the Portland street Prix. Here is in Sylvester's call of the closing stages. Jamie winch up wins the 1998 Portland strike on prey from their 100 final and a quarter magnificent victory for this man. This is his first ever meeting as a senior. A very young Jamie spoke about his Portland win. It's good, nice, long strides, his twisty turn, it's a bit rough in some places, but fall out. It's very good. There's a lot more people here and they've just improved on it so much over the year. Grant lindstrom. He was caught quite dominant there. And it was a very good feel too. I think it was macro environment there and maybe pulled umbrella and there was a few others there. The reason he was so good on a straight circle is because as I said before, he's control on a slippery surface with the street circuit, obviously he is larger when we used to have him. That was pretty incredible effort for the stock. By the end of 1998, ends of western magazine carters had announced Jamie wind cup as the Australian Carter of the year. There was 90 ID one in the commentary and then 99, I think. Scott Geller has just spent the last 12 months working on the Jamie to write his autobiography driver lifetime. Go karts. They were his uncle dad, and he and I were known as the whole team because I had the powers and the tents and they were well dressed and it was a perfection about what I did then. I stood out because they were the best going around. Grant lindstrom. I think there was I actually revolutionized go counting a little bit as far as go catches to be pretty plying back then and I think it would kind of be kind of a good plastics wouldn't be calculated or anything like that. And what I did and join me with all four two is probably help help design a lot of it, you know, I might have sticky kids and things like that to put on the cap to make it just look so much more professional than I wanted actually looks like now. It was probably a little bit lower than what it is now. But I did a lot of that. So and that was probably one of the first ones being to prescribe and hit the aggression t-shirts by my lunch. Appreciate it for our business and had some things like that, which was something that not many people had back in. So that all team staff and you can go there. So they look like a look professional. You look at it now, you're probably thinking that's not that professional but now back in the early 90s that was quite professional. Young WA driver Garth tender was the new kid on the block in supercars and started using that this young hotshot car at the track who would later become Jamie's first full-time teammate. Knowing Jamie for a very long time, even really before he moved into formula forward. So he's probably his last year in karting. A lot of my makes from my cutting days in Victoria were involved with Jamie's carting as he was finishing up. So racing in the Australian title. So I went to a few of the biggest striving cart meetings as Jamie was in his final year. I think it was of cardi with my counting mates. And took notice of what he was up to. After a season of running their own formula Ford, they contacted Mick Ritter, who was building his business sonic motor sport. After a mentoring Alex and wolves, and he was looking around for the next crop of young stars. Obviously, first came across Jamie when he always pretty involved with the dives and family and of course will, particularly will and Jamie were good mates along with Alex, you know, that obviously had their card in careers together and hung out a fair bit and so on. In Jaime was, you know, at that time, just embarking on his, you know, what was the start of his sort of formula for Korea, which at the time he was a little family run thing, you know, that sort of grime and his dad Dave were largely supposed orchestrating with the help of a couple of other guys. So, you know, we sort of watched him a little bit over the first couple of years and obviously took he was already performing at a pretty high level in a little privately run thing. And obviously came, you know, we did a deal with the wing cups for 2002 and things went from there. Inside motor sport spoke to Jamie about his domination of the 2002 formula four championship. Well, at the start of the show, I mentioned we'd be speaking with Jamie wing cap. He's heading to our empire to continue on his.

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"jamie wing" Discussed on Inside Supercars

Inside Supercars

08:00 min | 6 months ago

"jamie wing" Discussed on Inside Supercars

"The final race of the Sydney supercars cap has been completed with shame van gisbert and taking the Sydney title, and in so doing, has also wrapped up the supercars championship with one race left in the calendar. On a Whit Sunday evening, Shane gave his thoughts on his achievement. Yeah, it's obviously still pretty fresh, but it's been an awesome awesome year and obviously some challenges, ups and downs, but yet we've just come here and had a plan with couch in the 97 guys and pretty much executed every rice and was super consistent. And did what we needed to do. It's been awesome year and obviously some challenges early in the year with breaking myself, but the Cosby and fantastic team has always been fantastic. And yeah, just super stuck. Those challenges that shine mentions was he broke his collar bone on a mountain bike accident in March, and had little time to recover before the sand and round. It was pretty tasty Tom. The shoulder will never be the same again, like I got a full time fake ligament in there and that was probably the limiting thing. I think I tested BMW, the Tuesday of sand down and told everyone I was, but I probably wasn't right to drive. I couldn't lift my arm up. High enough, but that got better. Every day. And probably lucky we didn't find the ribs, like I had a lot of pain, but we didn't find that. Because if I had known I had broken ribs, probably wouldn't have been allowed to rice. Kind of worked out well. The Red Bull impul team has always found the Sydney motor sport park layout challenging and it doesn't particularly suit their cars, Shane reflected on overcoming the difficulties of the past four weeks of racing. It's not my favorite track, but is what it is. It's been called that we've been able to come here and been well accommodated by this place and the facilities awesome and it's been very homely for the guys and prepping the cars every week. That's been really cool. And yeah, I appreciate the track doing what they've done to help the series get underway. But yeah, it was its challenges like we're not the fastest around here for years, you know, Scotty's been super quick here. This type of corner and it's not our cars type. You know, we sort of struggled on the long corners. So yeah, qualifying, especially we struggled, but rice pace on my side was always good. We just couldn't qualify well, but yeah, we executed ended up with the most points, which was awesome. The Sunday race at Sydney motor sport park was abandoned due to rain, making the track on drivable Shane Vegas Bergen and his teammate, Jamie wing cup along with dick Johnson racing driver ant on deeper squarely. All spoke about the conditions. And if the decision not to rise was the right one. But you see what happened in the DBS race. Like the guys, it's fine for the guys in front, but from 5th, 6 backwards, you just can't see. And this tall is really good, except for when there's a lot of standing water and it's not a proper wet, but it's an all around kind of wet for the intermediate, I guess, but if it was going in qualifying and everyone was running around after four or 5 laps that would have been fine. But it's just starting the race with the standing water. Would have just been carnage. You know, we can't go back to coins then. And fix a bent car. We just can't go back in the states. So you've got to look at all the factors you can just look at a couple. And make a decision. But there's certainly part of it. Shain said, it's a high speed circuit. Plenty of ah stay down at turn one. We had a bit of a preview with soup two this morning as well. They tried to get going, but that was a disaster. So all factors considered the past debate did an excellent job. Yeah, I always want to go racing. That's sort of what we're here for. That's what we love to do. I had a terrible qualifying session. And then in the end, didn't play the punishment of starting in the back. So that's always a positive, but the end of the day, it's also in a race like that when you're in a bad position, you can sort of bring it back somehow, but we didn't get to say pan out today. In 2022, the Red Bull and pole racing team will undergo many significant changes with 7 time champion Jamie wing cap retiring from full time driving to take over the team principal position vacated by Roland Dane. Venge Bergen's race engineer David county is moving to another team, and he will be joined in the garage by a young upcoming driver named Brock feni. So how is the gears looking forward to these changes? Change is always good and it keeps it keeps it fresh. You know, new teammate next year then the new car the year after that month. Or something happening in the series. So that keeps me excited. You know, I'd love to keep rice in here as long as I can. Following the event in baathist in two weeks time, shame will officially become a two time supercars champion. He said the realization of his achievement will not sink in for a while. But it's fulfilling to obtain the supercars crown again. It's awesome. You know, it's my life. Dream, my life goal and, you know, when the first one and just wanted to do it again and now, all I want to do is win it again. It's an awesome feeling. And knowing with your group of guys, you know, not just the guys on my car, but the whole team, how we've been all year. And so many so many changes within the team to still come out and perform like we did. It's really cool. A second championship for New Zealand of Vegas Bergen puts him in the company with Jim Richards and Scott McLaughlin, who are also New Zealanders that have won it twice. Yeah, it's pretty cool. Jimmy's obviously a hero to most kiwi drivers and then obviously Scotty getting to race him and him being a mate winning the last few. Yeah, it's cool to add my name to that list, but as I said, it's just to win it again as it's a cool thing. You know, I remember, it seems a while ago now was only 2016, but yeah. It feels just like the first one. It's pretty cool feeling. After the sport being dominated by New Zealand, a Scott McLaughlin for the past three years has veggie Burke and felt any different about the competition and winning the championship in 2021 without him here. Yeah, like I would have loved to have raced him, you know, obviously Anton shows what that car's capable of. I think I was thinking about it like there's been three guys sort of the last few years in our levels just gone crazy, like I've had to lift to Scotty, obviously live to Jamie, and then we're all pushed each other. And one of them's gone. And then the others got probably a lot of outside. Factors that influence them. Maybe it didn't but I just got to keep focused and stay above that level and not drop to everyone else, you know? It's been pretty awesome. This championship the last few years trying to catch someone and perform tp and keep learning. And I think this year I kept getting better, and I just got to keep focused and keep improving. The supercar series heads to bathurst for the 1000 kilometer race does knowing that venk is burgundy can not be beaten for the championship, allow a different approach or reduce the pressure on him to attack the race. Good. I'm relaxed about it now. I can have a couple of days to let this soak in and then focus on bathurst. And I think probably the most relieved guys Garth like it's tough for the co drivers they haven't done enough miles really any of them, so for him to just go and just do his own prep and just build up as he goes and then even in the race, he can get more comfortable and focus on winning. Yeah. And for us, we're not going to have to strategize around staying out of trouble and we just go in there, purely for the race one with both cars. And it'll be more intense, probably. Going for the win outright,.

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"jamie wing" Discussed on Inside Supercars

Inside Supercars

08:06 min | 6 months ago

"jamie wing" Discussed on Inside Supercars

"Jamie wing cap has picked up his 124th race win in supercars as the greatest of all time comes towards the end of his racing career as a main game driver. He took the win in a race that was stopped because of monsoon or rains at Sydney motor sport park. Yeah, it was fairly turned into. I don't think they get much worse than that in the dark buck taming down. It was quite a decent river across the track at turn four. And ten, one was getting a little bit hey going as well with all the puddles and everything. So it was a matter of just tip it in and hang on. As I said after the rise to the driver and we wanted to keep going. But the team owner and me thought it's a sensible we're coming back next week. You know, we can't tear up 6 or 7 cars and have a grid of about 18 next week, so it was probably I believe it was the right call in the end. The race was marred with a number of yellow flags. But it was a wing cap, who got the win in the pits. He said the track had its moments when it was drivable. He's got wet track the whole way, but actually there was quite a once once four and two got going, then there was actually some dry patches where the cars were sitting on the grid. So you're able to get in a few draw patches, get some momentum when you get to the slippery bits. So it was much easier from the back there but got a good start. When aggressive had a bit of a lunch and a tent too. And yeah, that was a nice feeling, knowing that there's plenty of spry in the dark to be at the front of the pack, obviously the preferred position. Its wing cup second win of the season and potentially his last with just a few races till his retirement after the bathurst 1000 this year. I was in the grade that haven't had a win this year, so I'm not greedy. I got one back in tassie, which is great. And yes, I would steal another one this weekend. So for me, everywhere in every party, I'm trying to turn it like it's my last. So far, there's been two races that Sydney most motor sport park with two different times combinations. We can cap said having to run two compounds in one race, similar to Formula One is his preference. I like the dual compound as long as it's over one one race. Same as F one. I don't like it when cars stack this soft tires and completely rot one rice off for another. You know, I like it like to have it. The same for everyone and every rice. But the qualifying on bit torn on the qualifying, you should have a good set of the fastest tire for every part of qualifying, you know, rather than trying to save through one part to get to the next and whatnot. So you see chase you qualify 14. These 14th, probably not, you know, but he was sort of forced to try to save his tires for the last run. I didn't quite work out for him. So I like to qualify and just know no artificial just try it out fight and then the race bit of strategy to be part of it. I'm a bit of a fan of park for me as well. So what you cast set up that you finish with is what you have to start the race with. But I am a bit more of a purist. And I just think qualifying should be flat out. No strategy. Just the quickest cars at the front. The 5th quickest car is 5th and the tenth grade car is tenth. But then for the right mix of strategy, I want to see what happens. But for somebody on the outside yeah, from the outside, which measures out of ten, you know? And that'll make it exciting. But we're here racing. Everyone's got putting 25 people in their life on the line. And well, there's plenty of people down pit lane as well also doing the same thing. So we're going to make sure that we keep it as cape appear at the same time. Anton deeper squali over the course of the weekend had one race win in race 23. In race 22, he had a mechanical problem that put him from the back of the field, and then in 24, he came home second. And talked about the weather. Yeah, pretty sketchy. Especially once it's safe to car got cold then it really started buckling down and getting pretty wet. Pretty much what Jamie said in me wanted to go again and try and fight for it, but yeah, it was on the verge of being probably two or three corners, most of the trackers are up, but there's two or three that were pretty bad. Just rivers across the track and you kind of become a passenger for part of the corner. So you never want that. Especially restart into that. Something's going to go down for sure. One of the most remarkable performances on Sunday Night at Sydney motor sport park was chaz mustard, who started at the back of the field and drive his way up to third position in atrocious conditions. Yeah, I'd first say the spray for me was actually probably the bestest ever been in that kind of wet weather conditions. I think in a daytime when you have the spray that far back, it's so glaring that you really get kind of white like water that in the eyes. Here, you see the spray, but you can still see the track limits with the yellow lines and stuff like that. So I thought it was pretty good. I think just before the safety cargo called at the end was actually probably perfect timing, more the fact of this voice said, there was a couple of quarters on the track that would just get into dangerous turn one, especially didn't matter what line you picked there, but you felt like you're about to go off in the grass and there was a couple other rhythm for the track as well. So yeah, kudos to supercars are calling that. Obviously the fans in the stands want to see, obviously a fantastic finish, but safety and cars and all that kind of stuff it was a rock called the end of day. On Saturday night at Sydney motor sport park when the weather was a bit more accompanying racing, it was Shane van gisbergen, who took the victory, and he talked about having the two different tire strategies and also made some reference to the dick Johnson racing team where Anton de pasquale had to start from the back and will Davison was starting up towards the front of the field. Yeah, it was a cool cool battle at the start, normally you're driving right around 50% just driving to the top. I thought we were only going to do 5 laps or 6 laps in my case for the hard tire, so we're just flat out everywhere and Montage was done. When I pitted and gauti said, oh, we'll probably keep going because it was a bit of a bit of a gap behind. And yeah, just it hung in there pretty good, like you could just push flat out, whereas when you put the soft on your notes a long way. So yeah, and then when I came out, I was surprised that Jamie wasn't further ahead and just drove up to him slowly and then made sure I had coal tires when I got there. He didn't get any hard running in practice, did you? Did you save them? No, we probably missed the trick there, like, you know, you don't really qualify on them and the guys next door did a good job by running them getting a feel and knowing, same with earbuds, I think did it. So maybe we missed something there, but in the race, the car was pretty speedy on hearts. Thoughts on the two tire format that we've got going on this weekend. The two Thai compound format? Yeah, I thought, before the race said it was going to be we're all put in a box and going to pit early, but it actually was okay. And you know, there was differences in speed and stuff. So it surprised me. But yeah, we'll see what happens in the race tomorrow, once people have figured it out a bit and it's going to be harder, or it might rain, but yeah, it was good just to be competitive. I guess the good DJI car wasn't up front. So we don't know if we're really that fast, but we'll see. What can I be able to watch? Yeah. But you know what I mean? We'll see how fast we are tomorrow because he'll be up front. Davison, who immediately after the race was unhappy with some of his treatment, both out of our chambe and gis Bergen, but by the time the media conference rolled around, it seemed to be all settled. I just yeah, I just asked if he saw me on the outside of one. So I think he just understood him to me. So, yeah, it's never ideal. Try and go side by.

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"jamie wing" Discussed on Inside Supercars

Inside Supercars

07:58 min | 9 months ago

"jamie wing" Discussed on Inside Supercars

"Has anyone ever shown you a peek of your car spinning because wasn't captured by tv. There are no known photographs of this and he said nour's didn't happen so of course he was jerking at that point. Some magin craig if lounge actually hit the wall earlier in the day when he spun it's woman park not too many people got away with that one now that he's one hundred percent correct and and by contrast a man who would end up being his teammate. For many years and become the seven-time champion a supercars. Hey did have those will publicize moments in his early years of his supercar career wing the guard the seven time supercars champion sect after his first year in the category with gary rogge's motorsport so that was two thousand three so magin. Tom hanks his character in What was the name of the film. I saw The one where he was marooned on the island off to the plane crash Before i brought up so castaway. So imagine you a castaway on an island at the end of two thousand three after you've witnessed of very poor season from debutante jamie wing cup right and then you came back fifteen. Aiding is lighter and you were rescued and your motoracing fan. The first question you ask a few day marin that visit oil and all the east go. He's saying winning all the championships in the supercars. And someone said on jamie wind cup. You wouldn't believe them because at the end of two thousand and three looked like he's career was done he did get another opportunity with tasman motorsport Ending and was able to do enough to get a fulltime sate and do enough to be picked up by rolling dying from trip alight enrolling was only looking for a car driver really and a steady hand and just to give support to craig lands but of course wing cup was the star. He blew off cry glance and established himself as cristobal. Tom i think that's a great story. And i love the contrast as you've suggested between the overnight sensation loans and the god actually statistically as achieve more but had a disastrous start to his career and was lucky to get another opportunity because a lot of rookies off the one year that they had a bit of seasons. Jamie wing cup did his rookie season and then get another opportunity. Jamie did and to his credit. He crossed it and He was often running a boy's been fascinated about the story and jamie's talented on this show. He actually didn't have money for return fe when he went up to queensland role and that he was that Financially in motoracing is it has been an amazing time. We we've talked about rock we've talked about. We've talked about loans and also about jamie wing cup but there's another name in there. That certainly has been an amazing icon of motorsport and will not be getting a christmas card from this year. Luke because saying mark scaife is the equivalent of eddie mcguire and eddie everywhere show mark would like it. He's paycheck. But i don't know if he really would be embracing that sort of comparison a coal from sky guys for later this year when we can go back to rice tracks is gonna give me detroit moc moc scaife death stay 'cause in the boucaud do describe him as in those terms as the everywhere the strain motorsport. He's been involved in drawing. He's been involved in tame ironist ship. He's been involved in circuit construction and design. He's been involved in setting the rules foot soup. Because and the car the future so the current rules And now lo and behold at the point where majority aren't as of the supercross championship capital. I looking to sell this share. Who's de as the spearhead the frontman of one of the bids. It's mock scaife. He also on led to believe wants don. The red rooster chicken soup. That's how not was out there at oregon Amaral paul winnow in the The oh man. That's got the hammer and the shield. If you with these it off that'd be mock skyping to now i do. I like mike fun of mock scaife but he's contribution is enormous and he's on. I think we've had a draw who is driven as scaife in the championship or sport. Generally so while i kissed i hugely admire what is achieved in motor sport over the years and what he will continue to achieve and of course. We didn't even talk. That role is as a commentator. He is the everywhere though reasoning. And we've got through seven of the teen. Who have we missing. Larry perkins wanna talk about larry perkins. He was and i want to talk about The ba'athist win in the nineteen ninety s in the castro that nobody talks about what the one where he has the left one and when soap remember he he won in ninety three and that's fun lee remembered because that was the last victory for halden. Engined caa all the other major holding teams went to new chev- engine and he said no and a stick with the and to true holden engine and That was a winning move across the engineering. Move there everyone remembers the loss to i in naughty. Naughty fought but no one remembers that anything too much about nineteen ninety seven when he won With russell ingle then he's lost baptist victory. And i think that says a lot that victory atlanta took because of the book that he was always the guy that was happy to be toiling away out of the spotlight while the short parties were punching around. Let me tell you. The show ponies were up punching around battiston. the lane. Up to the non in ninety-seven rice In the sense that there was a lot of attention on the brooks case combination to go show parties but they did get a lot of attention particularly when scaife put five on pole position in ninety seven for the rice on the saturday and the sunday. Pipe is a while this is. This is Broke his loss. Ba'athist looks like he's gonna wind tomorrow.

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"jamie wing" Discussed on Inside Supercars

Inside Supercars

08:04 min | 9 months ago

"jamie wing" Discussed on Inside Supercars

"Influential players. You had Changed the game basically through the actions deeds and results that was. That's the premise of the models of australian motorized. Choose the best to the best Guys on the local sane drivers on the local sane whose fame and name will enjoy the time long after they their tied in the case of a couple of them. Long after the past So it's not only results it's Did they move the game along. Did they change the game enduring. And did they do other things in the sport. If we stop pre super casts who are in your opinion the immortals pre suit because i pray fog late deterring costs will i think Days bob giant is number one. He was Star of the sixties and then built the funded time long after he retied achieve so much and jewish. Today he's name. Everyone knows giant a lot of people because of his name applying being applaud to the business still in the family. Bub giant-ais mott's jingles at he pretty much every time you turn the radio on. But he shaves saimaa. Watch on and off the track bulb giants. So he he's number one in my book and then ellen moffitt is the next. And one of the most intriguing characters in motorsport history allen also up had a lotta dealings with alan over the years and there are definitely to allen's says the one you speak to one guy who charming and is the one you speak to the knicks ian style. You've never met him before he some. He can be caught abrasive but equally at other times and and also when you get to know him his early charming and and sensitive man so just intriguing characters wrought through a strain modus foot. So i had had a great smoggy spoke to choose from these massive knives Brock and moffat almost go hand in hand for the arrival rate and the net was taken. I've abbad broken. Johnson and those rivalries feature threw out the book they do In the case of The brock moffat rivalry that drew. Sign many people to motorsport in this country yet. The the ultra charming ultra People's champion the the. Halden draw the paid abroad cup against the enemy. The go i l and mauka who was prepared to where the black hat at times. They've now he was the hero. The ford hordes. And then as you. Cy young when moffitt stepped out of the fords Dick johnson god-loving came along just when he was naked and he redo the united the motorized in the early ninety nineties. But with each of those guys in each of those drivers. I look at what they did for the sport. And it's all. I have a chapter along chapter on page brackets. This not only run through his career. Show is be a bar graphical details. It was what did pay the brook to for strain motorsport And i think if there was no peter. Brock with the sport is popular withhold sold as many 'cause would ba'athist and supercars these popular these days just through his magnetism and the number of people that he A drew to the sport. Got them watching the television coverage got the met the rice tracks so. Yeah the poops. Not as i said the book is not just about the correze and what they did is going to the boy graphical stuff but it's it's much boreham telling the stories of the ice dravis to drivers that feature in the supercar era certainly came to the world the bracing world's attention and the general populace is attention into very different wise. One craig lowndes the the smiling kid that i jumped out on the piji ninety four bathurst and then on the other hand you have the greatest during cabdriver vol- time jamie wing cup. Who was a slow he was he was lance. I now i would imagine that most of your listeners. Craig would be well aware that craig lowndes shocked to superstardom the cayman argonauts sensation. It ba'athist in nineteen ninety four when he lost john bell late in the rice after a restart And past bow around the outside at griffin's bend at the end of mountain straighten announced himself to the motoracing world and he was a stott it and everyone went wild this kid whereas he comes from. This is fantastic. How awesome but odd. I know that a lot of you'll rate is sort of your audience would know that the reason he came to driving the car the young new co-driver on debut driving the car lighten. The rice is that he's co-driver that bread giants had to putting a double stint early in the rice I'll try to recover. The cost position because craig lands very nearly threw it awake and he was quite slow in the wet lands and admits that and something else happened where he very nearly crushed the cau- And it was bred jones as the lead draw the who got back in off the lenses stint and did a double stint on the middle of the rights to drag that car back up. And get it back into contention then for the final stint lance. Go back in the car when it was never the plan any start and he deserves all the accolades. But i reckon cry. Glands needs to buy bread. John's slab of beer if he hasn't already been to say thank you so much. What even fewer motorized fans now is that Ran about midday. When lands was doing his first stint and the track was still greasy. He had a massive spin at the top of the mountain at solman park. And over the years you craig has seen a lot of qasr crush. Their most caused that spin crushed that hit the wall. That's-they ended their rice. Somehow random me dyke in non ninety four to one thousand nine dice. Craig lands had a spin and got away with it. Somehow he did not crash. Imagine how that would've changed motoracing history if lands. Actually it hit the wall at that point what. You've got another opportunity because you have to think of what happened to cameron mcconville The year before he was driving for dick johnson. He had a at a crash at the top of the mountain. I put a condos back yee's But lands had a biggie. He got away with now. I put that to. Craig lowndes a few months ago Sorry lost you. When i was researching the book and i interviewed him myself. And people ask you about this and about the spin. Your head Early in the rice and he said nor.

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"jamie wing" Discussed on Inside Supercars

Inside Supercars

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"jamie wing" Discussed on Inside Supercars

"Hello and welcome as well. Big news in supercars this week. Chaz mostert has signed on for two more years with walk ensuring gradient audit the announcement coming with jamie wing cup see tripp lite about to be vacated and many had said that mostert was in the running it's One of those things to me. I really feel high where i am Obviously the speculation in some list of trump. Fantastic say there but to be honest. I think i'll go the most prostate in the category back. One hundred percent and and try and make it fos rice car and trying not goals together. I think i'm very lucky to be where. I getting mustard signature. This was a big surprise to many but he feels that it was the right time to commit to run and the rest of the group. That's pretty cool for the same to get it so early in the year and then have a multi year deal as well as it's great for rice. Got draw those lines. I think that he's for a couple of years. Also obviously from as well to stay with the same thing that the lot of eight monson building on what we've been doing is on something i'm pretty. They hated this weekend's dobbin round. He spoke about his time so far with walk. Sure trading united and how their attitude has encouraged him to stay. The may oversee the first year with the chamber of something. Pretty unique brand new. Drive up ambrose and The fishy was about filled out the water. Say we need to do to work on the casa meghan. Fossa saric may. It was really important to come into this issue. Basically make a list of all the things we need to make better in the off season and the team went up in about that. So say the car. Come out this year See the potential. The something that i've never really seen in any other tainted i've been involved in before so i'm not that we've got all the results on the board that probably deserves. A reward is gossip. Hogwash i put in the christmas break but to be part of attainment and organization like that that really leans on your fingers in direction to To try the qasr better and go forward so for me. It was a north rhine of the site with the statement of the future has said that the team has grown and now offers a stable base for him to move ahead. I feel confident in our car. That doesn't matter. What second is we should be putting trophies If we get it wrong then buran top five so Yeah the cost come. A long way team has come a long way as well The infrastructure and saw it and the people involved is Has changed a lot of that mentality as well. so subaru payment for the future. Twenty twenty one has seen chas realized some success and he believes that. There's more to come even with the setback at thailand band building confidence as a team that wintertime z. Which is fantastic taliban. Absolutely a bad way for us by. We're still around that time bob But like i said every team's different mentality frost. Is that not such a great weekend at the moment. So does chas believe walk. Sure andretti you not at is in the championship. We bought didn't believe one hundred percent. If i can do it. That's another Of a c. You dried competition at the grad teams. That have lost won the championship. All the seattle has an how team heritage has championship for quite a number of years. Pot obviously proved in its history. That can do it as well. So you know the beliefs. Clovis raw himself he brings zach and walk along on the journey as well. I think we've got to roll history and team Balance teams leaders and all that kind of stuff and all the rod gradients do. It's up going into the cows now endowing.

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"jamie wing" Discussed on The Bad Boys

The Bad Boys

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"jamie wing" Discussed on The Bad Boys

"Mean, exactly. But. These people are only going to look at the bus I know a bit but if if we told the Party line like the media want us to, we would be saying all that's Banned the bus but in actual fact it, it really is up that today decision I mean this is freedom of speech, right? Correct. It is and that's what sort of getting to me. You know I understand covid nineteen such a dangerous. Flu Yeah then okay and they fought vaccination daddy's proven tested tried and it Saif Okay, I can to live with that but. Isn't it up to these people what they put in their body and what they don't putting their body exactly and and if if in this. Era of freedom of speech surely, they have the right to say what they WANNA say in public. Now I. Think about. The whole. Marriage equality. Issue that happened right yeah. They had the right to actually say we want same sex marriages. If we actually said to them, you know, no, you're not allowed to speak that. Then you know we're we're actually going against freedom of speech we can say freedom of speech is really getting removed. Yeah. It is actually getting shut down everything on on the Internet is getting shut down facebook. They're calling. Disinformation spreading and. The end of the day, I think it's everyone's. Choice. Not. What what you do y'all is over bus in your travel around the country sign I don't be vaccinated. Yep, that's right. So freedom of speech is fine provided your saying what the government wants to say that's that's pretty much it. Back. On. Someone else who traveled around in a bus will nearly a bus was it was a truck and got got stung by the covid bug? Oh, terrible was Jamie Wing Cal. Yeah Johnny. So obviously we know Baptist was on the weekend and so. The drive is rolling Dinesh. Triple Eight. You did all checks all the right stuff before Ba'athist to find out from the health organizations from. Premier. What they need to do to make sure that they can get their teams back into. Queensland. and. There are certain precautions and certain things they had to do An if certificate for the trauma of Fright. Jamming companies, actually a truck driver. So he's able to do that. He got the certificate to drive the truck back. And as he came across the border, they said, no, you can't come in. But the all the all the checks and balances for them to get to get he. On then they said Oh no actually no, you can. So they came in. They go to warehouse. Now on Friday detectives went to the warehouse and said I'll give you? Paperwork. We've gotta get you out. Watt that's that's ridiculous. They lift. But then I came back and then said, pack you bags, you need to go back to New South Wales. So these boys had to pack their bags and go back to new South while sustain a resort there for fourteen days or when I got to stay peppers. Peppers on. That case but Rollin dines go to pay for this. That's wrong. If if the detective say. Go back across the border. And but. Jamie made a statement and said. There's a an election coming up. Yeah I don't think they want to have the trouble of saying all. We let the very supercar drivers in. And got them out. On one hand I. I don't think it's right. But then on the other hand I sort of see their point I've come from bathurst and I found apparently covered remnants remnants. That's the APU. Apparently, there's some covered women's now and wanted a bunch of the revenue. Is Part of the Var. It was a noticeable. They woke long ago. Oh my God discovered remnants imminence. Does that mean the covid leaves a bit behind it or something like a like a breadcrumbs trial? Like Snail Trail look there's the revenue. It's GONNA attack. Coming towards, a Mike maybe you won't. I. We've got a song that we're gonNA play, which is a brand new is called the valley of the Pagans at features Beck, and this is the brand new guerrillas song we actually played at law so that if if you're watching this on social media and it gets blocked at least most of the show anyway. So this is guerrillas of their brand new album. And there's plenty of more songs is it is an absolute coca. This is called the belly of the Pagan will. Sun, with the flowers melted. The freeway. You this. One way trip back to West Hollywood. Let's go..

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Triple 8 dominate the Sandown 500.

Inside Supercars

02:28 min | 3 years ago

Triple 8 dominate the Sandown 500.

"Motor sport. Look back at the same now, five hundred. Stay with us. Rice engineering, dominating the same down five hundred taking all three spots on the podium. The to red bull, Holden racing team ties one and two and lands order banned the position at the end of a hundred and sixty one laps, Jamie wing Cup, pulled on bro. All but two laps of the journey wing Cup, talked about how I'm have mental. The rice was full. The front running. You just preparation. We fed really well brought through really quick housi- this weekend and. Really proud of engineering grids, Kim, moving forward, we'll fostering fraud. I just can't moving forward Kim evolving the car and Sunday tonight for the rice. The cows at this. Rice's is pretty straightforward. Pay did a great job like you did and we, we lead from the front thankfully that the gossip stays didn't throw entertainment safety cow with a with a choke on the outside. So that was nice. We just had a clean run, which is important. But all in all. Yeah, yeah. The funny thing for the rice all hit a massive rub and ran over and looked him a just smashed out lousy head lot. So that was fast and furious. So the stuff. But apart from that, it was Oprah, shy, Fode we, we do a lot of prep and we, we try very hard. We represent a lot of people and a lot of brands and absolutely expects us six guys up here to go to represent the brand and showing how good the cows out the end of the die. So thankfully it doesn't always go you alive at today at everything rent smoothie, there were no no curve balls with ties or blown gearboxes or seatbelts coming down. Actually, to be honest, the on the drama was the safety cat. I just made a mockery of that could've could've cost us too late. So thankfully will far enough up the road that that didn't work at rice, pulled Umbro gave his thoughts on the result. I think as sedalia. What happened in the past. It's happened in the past. You know, you can't. You can't Dame yourself. You can't do that. That's happened. So all we could do come here is coming here this weekend, not put a foot wrong. I'd probably Danny lo lot familiar was Jimmy take them all that record away from me. So Dan after the weekend calling with one loss gnawed. Big match. Next weekend's richer targets. No, Beth Nissen. What's all that now? Obviously, the cows really, really quick went. They lost and didn't really form as we expected. So there's a lot of work focus going and a couple of weeks, Tom, Shane, being Bergen, and or Bamber finished in second place, van Ginsburg and he gained more points bleed over his closest rival, Scott McLaughlin in the DJ our Team Penske falcon who finished in fourth position because pretty amazing and then get into rice the Penske's and stuff. The these top attracts the low downforce of really being a struggle in previous years. You know, you took wing off the af and just wanted to do done, not everywhere. So it's one of the first things I learned in rising. Felons is more important than grip and he didn't make the downforce number out wrought, but the balance is so much better. And when we come to hear tizzy, hopefully Bathurst, maybe we can actually take it off max weighing and. The balance of the car. This weekend was awesome, and we had straight lawn. So last couple of years we couldn't have both. So it's been been really good step forward with the Zabi Bamber who's won some amazing races, including the l'amour twenty four hour rice twice. He spoke about what it was like to be on the podium in Sandown. Firstly. Absolutely amazing to be able to come join AAA and red bull. The first time in Giro's is pretty special. Thank you. Trust him. Main rookie to come here. There's been amazing. And I mean the Qasr being all Simpson's or wrote off the truck. Cobb, one was a rocket to think about it overnight as well. And we managed to tune into out Karen to a rocket as well for Sunday, and starting in the middle of the pack was pretty interesting. Tenth eleventh, but the cow was mega managed to get it up into the top five or six by the time we pitted and over to shine. So it's been a pleasure. It's been awesome. Shines being a great mentor as well. Teaching me about supercars and everything to do. I think without his advice in those two, since it. It would have been more difficult. So now really finding my fate in the category there and count life, and Beth is now super pump for this advantage attracted, I know, and now come together the team and sort of rolled on from here. But like you've said, we need to keep working hard. I see the amount of hot work and of managed to drive in some

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UnSocial Media and Terry Whyhoon

Inside Supercars

02:50 min | 4 years ago

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

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