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"joe gibbs" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:43 min | 3 weeks ago

"joe gibbs" Discussed on WTOP

"And how we felt about it and who we are as a team. And we were good enough to get it done today. We just made one too many mistakes. So it measuring stick maybe, but we know we were good enough to compete with that team. From a Benjamin saint juice pass interference wiping out a game clinching pick 6 to Taylor heinicke's interception that led to the tying touchdown Ron Rivera. Those are the little things that keep us from taking the next big step. Rivera would open his postgame remarks with condolences to legendary Washington coach Joe Gibbs, who is now lost both of his sons at the age of 49, only three years apart, coy Gibbs died Sunday morning just hours after his son tie won the Xfinity series championship, coy coach football under Joe during the burgundy and gold second Gibbs regime and later took over his vice chairman of Joe Gibbs Racing after JD's death in 2019. Rob woodfork sports. Good job, local stories where following for you on WTO P, voters in Pennsylvania heard from three presidents who spent time in the swing state ahead of Tuesday's election. Former president Trump's advisers hint that he may be announcing his presidential bid for The White House in 2024, sometimes this month. Voters in D.C. will soon decide if employees who earn tips will get a higher minimum wage. Stay with WTO for these stories and just minutes. It's 1217 cuts are coming to meta the company that owns Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp. That's according to The Wall Street Journal, which says large scale layoffs are coming this week. Apparently not as large as what happened days ago at Twitter and announcement by meta is set for as soon as Wednesday. Traffic

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"joe gibbs" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

07:58 min | 4 months ago

"joe gibbs" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"I think he's deserving and I think he proved that yesterday jumping in this very difficult car to drive and have an outstanding day at a very difficult track in Pocono that ty Gibbs did a just an amazing job and he ran a great race on Saturday. I mean, the end of that Xfinity race between he and Noah Gregson was some of the best races we've seen. So a lot of things, you know, as you get older in life, stress put on your body is not a good thing. And Joe's going through a lot right now. So hopefully they did not couldn't have come at a worse time for them. I'll just end it with that. There's never a good time for two of your cars to get disqualified, but couldn't have come at a worse time for them. Yeah, it's been a really trying year for Joe Gibbs who, as you mentioned, he's recently turned 80 years old at this point, I think he thought JD Gibbs would be in charge of this team, unfortunately, tragically, JD Gibbs is no longer with us. So this probably is his most difficult season. But as you said, ty Gibbs, top 20 is kept debut feeling in for Kurt Busch. And as I promised, that's going to lead us the segue into talking about the race because there was so much to talk about. Here we are 20 minutes in. I'm apologized that we're finally getting to Pocono and we still have so much to cover. Denny Hamlin versus rostain DJ, you mentioned it earlier. I kind of can't get over that people even are considering this was some sort of take out move by Denny Hamlin. I don't understand how a driver could wreck somebody with their right rear, which is essentially what people would be accusing Denny Hamlin doing here. He's in the lead. He holds his line while Rochester is on the outside and he essentially says, hey Ross, I'm going to race you as hard as you raise me. You either lift or Ross, unfortunately wrecked. Ross had a choice. He left him with a choice. I'll say this. I don't even I've tried to compare it to something else, but you know if Denny Hamlin were a surgeon, he did a masterful job right there in doing that. That was this perfect as you could do without tearing up your race car or just knocking some by dismissing someone out. Could the right rear? Yeah, I mean, it could have hit him and moved him up to try, but Ross had a choice to back out. He chose not to. And that's also style. I didn't have a problem with that. You have in trying to think that, hey, this thing's going to eventually turn, but it didn't. And it was just the perfect move. If anyone was surprised at this, I mean, we were all sitting there ready to see what was going to happen on this restart. I mean, it was the perfect storm. You know, especially with Danny on the inside. He couldn't have been set up any better and you knew what was coming in some way, shape, or form. I think you listened to Ross after it. He handled it very well. He knew at some point in time and not the question was asked was it over? I don't think he knows, I don't think Danny knows. I would say, hey, guys, enough's enough and let's go racing because you're going to be around each other a lot as we've seen here. But if you're going to do something and pay someone back. Unfortunately, if there's one big unfortunate thing that came out of, that Kevin Harvick had a really good car and it took him out of the race, basically. And that was unfortunate side of doing that, especially at the front of the field. But you can't pick and choose your times. You have to, and I know that Danny wanted it to be a deal because Roscoe to won the race. And so he wanted it to hurt as much as he could without hurting him. And so that's what he did. Yeah, and I think Danny didn't want to have anybody else involved. Yes. And that was unbeknownst to him at the time that Harvick was unfortunately a byproduct collateral damage. But so to your point, does it feel like this move was fair? Because it is different from a Chastain a gateway and as we've seen Ross do with other drivers this year, he's using his front bumper to be somebody. And again, this is not Denny didn't use his front bumper to turn him. So Randy mount a racetrack. That's all that he did, you know? To where the other driver has to make a decision. When you run into someone from the back in their left rear quarter panel, they don't have a decision in that. There's no decision to be made in that situation, except for the driver, this applying the hit there. Was not doing anything except given Ross the opportunity to back out of this and lose a couple of spots off of turn one there and Ross chose not to do that. So I don't think there was anything wrong. Matter of fact, I think the way that he did it and handled it, again, was masterful in a payback situation. And as I mentioned, Denny gets disqualified. So chase Elliott now 5 first or seconds in a row. I haven't checked the points yet, but I believe it has now a massive problem. And Ross, I think, was also in the mixed area in both of them, obviously, had bad days. So chase Elliott suddenly, we've been talking about all season. You've been pointing it out. We wait for that person to emerge with playoff points. Chase Elliott now has several playoff points on the strength of all these wins and he's going to get even more when he wins this regular season championship. Most likely in 5 races. So there was a point DJ during this race, Elliott finished his first pilot Reddick finished a second. There was a point where they were battling really hard for third. And probably did not realize that that was for the race win. Yeah. I had no idea. Do you think guys look at that maybe differently now after a situation like this? I don't know. You have to look back on it and say, especially if you're was there something because I think he actually that chase put a little bit of distance between himself. But that's what you do for every single position. And, you know, you don't ever know in those situations. Those two cars did they truly have enough fuel that were in front of him to make it. So that's why you race so hard for every spot. So I don't think that they could have done anything different thinking or knowing something like that because they were doing everything they could. And chase might have thought if those two guys got to racing side by side that Danny and Kyle Busch, then he might be able to jump up there and plus the other thing you look at is, hey, if we have another question, I want to be able to choose before you do as to where I'm going to line up. So I like goes into the process of thinking with these positions, especially late in the race. Is Chase Elliott your championship favorite? Oh, he has to be right now. You know, I wasn't saying that for a long time because he was paddling up top tens, but of course he didn't lead any laps yesterday either. But pretty good to win without leaving the lab. And difficult to do. We always say that. But I don't know if you'll finally be credited with leading the last lap or not. I don't know how that goes. But the fact is that he has put himself in position in the last 5 weeks to win every single race. And that's the key right now. No one else can come close to that, really. There's people that have shown speed in different ways at different tracks, but chase had been able to do it on a lot of different type tracks. So he is right now in my mind that the championship favorite. Also impressive day for ty Gibbs in his kept debut hills in for Kurt Busch, who essentially reports that, hey, I've got these concussion like symptoms after he has this crash. He goes to the care center and they decide on Sunday morning you're not cleared the race Kurt, you got to go get checked out and Kurt seemed fine with that. And he put out a statement where he was optimistic. It seemed like about returning next week for indi we were unclear on if he'll be back for India at this point as we speak here on late Monday afternoon. You've been through this DJ in a different era with concussions and NASCAR drivers. The conversation has changed so much over the last two decades. I believe it was a Kansas crash in 2001. You experienced after effects for a while after that. And that was prior to these protocols that NASCAR and other racing series have now. Yeah, yeah. I lost four, maybe 5 days of my life there. It looks like I want to say, I don't remember what happened from the time I got to Kansas to, after the crash happened, and it's all just a blank memory of everything.

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"joe gibbs" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

07:26 min | 4 months ago

"joe gibbs" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"But NASCAR doesn't do wind tunnel testing. Scott Laura said, we don't care, he said, if it helps or not, we just told them, we're not compromising the integrity of this car. Because this is the bet on the next gen. It's this new model that's supposed to save teams money and it's supposed to improve competition, which jury is going to be out a little bit on the saving money part is always in racing. But on the competition side, aside from a few instances with short tracks and say you can't argue there, right? It's been a success. We've had really good racing through what, 22 races, I believe, so far this year. So I guess TJ, my question would be, where do you stand on all of that? And do you think this is a hill for NASCAR to die on with the next gen? Yeah. Yeah, and the message is clearly sent now, Nate. I believe that the teams will see that NASCAR is going to, until they feel confident. And there will be an ongoing process because teams are always looking, but they have stated that with this car that one of the things that they wanted to do was any of the so called. I don't like to call it cheating because I think they're just teams are just looking for ways to try to make things a little bit parcel to racing. That's what racing's about. You push the envelope. Yeah, we do that. But with this, with the parts and pieces that our supplied, there are no gray areas. You can not mess with this. There are things that you can repair, I know that they've talked about some doors, having some splits and things like that. You have to place an order that you repaired this in the proper way. I was telling that Jeff Burton and Steve Letarte would tell him, you can't even put bondo on this. And you can't put a primer over it to where you can put bondo and fill it, but it has to be to its original condition. But it has to be visible. If they take that rap off there and see that, then they know that that's what you put in your order that if you didn't put it there, then you're going to be in trouble with that. So I think they spoke loud and clear here. I hate it. I hate it for the sport, because it does put it in a bad light in this way. And I realized that people are going to say, you know, that's a huge fine for what seems like a minor infraction. But again, there would have been doing it if it wasn't an advantage to them in some way. Yeah, but actually, I think DJ, some people might say, well, why wasn't it bigger? Because Brad Keselowski got a hundred points. These guys just essentially lost whatever. I guess it would be a 50 to 60 points or whatever it would have been for Denny winning this race. So this is where I want to bring you in on why a disqualification has added weight in terms of what it means for a team. And why this works is a deterrent, because disqualifying somebody from a win, it's not just like, hey, you lose your points. They lose their playoff points. They lose the victory. There's also some taint here that the team has to battle with outside forces, sponsors, fans, right? Yeah, I think that's one of the biggest things is the repercussions that you get from the negative side of it, sponsors don't like to be, you know, they spend millions of dollars to have their name there and they don't like to be put in a bad light because people are automatically. They're not going to say bending the rules. They're going to say they cheated. And I can't argue with that fact, because it is cheating of the rules. If you will. So the sponsors don't want that. The teams don't want that because you have here's Joe Gibbs Racing that is out trying to sell sponsorship for Kyle Busch's team right now. And so that they can keep him as a driver. So this is not something that you appreciate their efforts in trying to do things better, but you also know the rules, especially with this next gen car of what you can and can't do. The side of saying, okay, of finding them points in a big amount of money, both of them already have wins. So they're in the playoffs. So that doesn't doesn't do any good there. So just simply taking that win away from them that you got by doing something that others didn't do and won't do because of that. So I think it sends a message loud and clear and it will be an ongoing process. Somebody's going to find another area that they're going to try to do something. But it's been like for years with the fuel in the car. You don't mess. You don't put any additive, don't try to do anything with that because that brings a big penalty and fine with it. And losing a race win is huge. I mean, from the driver's perspective, you worked your tail off to get yourself in this position. Then he was going to be the all time winner of 7 wins at Pocono. You know, it's a great day Kyle Busch did everything but win there and now to have all of that stripped away and now again you've got on the other side of it. Oh yeah, we were disqualified. The red line for NASCAR has always been that I've heard tires fuel an engine prior to next gen. And now with next gen as we're talking about here, it's a new layer. You led me into the last point I want to make on this DJ. Joe Gibbs Racing. This has been quite a season. They still don't have Kyle Busch signed. They got Martin Truex Junior coming back. They've got Christopher Bell winning a race. They've got all four cars in the playoffs right now, but Jeff Burton said it, that he saw it on Joe Gibbs face after Christopher Bell, won at New Hampshire. And he was asked about Kyle Busch and he was asked about it again after Pocono. And I think both times Joe Gibbs said something the effect of, this is not where we want to be. This is discouraging. It's surprising. You know, coach Joel, you've driven for him. How do you think he and that organization are holding up right now? And can you compare this to any point that he's been through in the past or a team has been through in the past? Because this has been a really tough year for them. It has. And I think probably since they started racing at Joe Gibbs Racing in 1992, I can't think of a more difficult time. Obviously, and I'm talking about the racing side itself. Obviously, Joe Gibbs lost a son. JD, who was a huge part of Joe Gibbs Racing and a huge part of their success, not only on the track, but off the track of having sponsors keeping sponsors having the right lineup of drivers. So that obviously was a big blow to them. But as far as a racing season and so many things going on, so many layers. Now, you can see that the stress that it is putting on Joe Gibbs at this point in time. It's always been, I won't say an easy thing, but Joe has been very accommodating to sponsor. So he is a big selling point for them. And he obviously still is. But it's weighing on him a lot right now, not being able to keep what is arguably one of the best drivers that come through the sport and Kyle Busch and be able to satisfy his needs as a driver as far as compensation and getting the sponsor to be able to run the car. As you pointed out, it looked like they might be losing Martin Truex Junior at one point. They did get him signed, but you know now you've got the other side. Turn this a little bit that if they have a positive thing. And then as you said, they've got their cars in the playoffs. Well, Martin Truex Junior doesn't have that win yet. So, but he's sitting in a position that he could. But then you think about Joe's grandson, who he's wanting to bring along at some point, but is this going to be forced to do something sooner than later? I think he's deserving and I think he proved that yesterday jumping in this very difficult car to drive and have an outstanding day at a very difficult track in Pocono that ty Gibbs did a

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"joe gibbs" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

05:35 min | 4 months ago

"joe gibbs" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Join today by NASCAR Hall of Famer Dale Jarrett and this is going to be a little bit of a different podcast than what I normally do. First of all, I should preface this by saying I was an Iowa Speedway covering IndyCar race this past weekend. So I only saw two minutes of the NASCAR race DJ. I know you watched the entire thing, but as it turned out, if there was going to be a race I was going to miss and do a podcast about. This would probably be the one because as I just said, normally this podcast, I take a lot of audio clips from what we said during and after the race and we discussed them. And in this case, a lot of things that were said after this race are now no one void because the top two finishers in this race, Denny Hamlin, Kyle Busch were disqualified within a couple of hours of the finish after NASCAR found something wrong with the front fascia of both cards. I just want to call up here what Joe Gibbs racing had to say. Joe Gibbs Racing elected today not to appeal and Joe gives racing said in our review of the post race infractions on the Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch cars. It was discovered that a single piece of clear tape was positioned over each of the lower corners of the front fascia ahead of the left front and right front wheel openings on both those cars. The added pieces were two inches wide and 5 and a half inches long with a thickness of 0.012 inches and installed under the wrap. This change in our build process was not properly vetted with an organization and we recognize it is against NASCAR's rules. We apologize to everyone for this mistake. And we have made changes to our process to ensure this doesn't happen again. Toyota racing development, president David Wilson, also came out with a statement saying, even though Toyota and TRD were disappointed with the DQs of Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch, they applaud NASCAR's hypervigilance when it comes to policing the rules on the new next gen car. And finally, I'll just say that Scott Miller, vice president of competition for NASCAR after Joe Gibbs Racing elected not to appeal these penalties. He went on SiriusXM NASCAR radio day and pretty much explained what you just heard there from Joe Gibbs Racing that it was something that NASCAR discovered when they peeled back the wrap. They found these extra layers of vinyl coating and the vinyl affected the vendor supplied part and as Scott Miller said with the next gen car as we've been talking about since the beginning of the season, this is now a spec vehicle, which essentially means teams don't build their own parts and pieces anymore. And when NASCAR put this into place, the new next gen concept, they told teams if we find in any way that these parts and pieces are compromised, we are going to bring the hammer down. So in this case, DJ, the hammer comes down for the first time in 62 years in the NASCAR Cup Series, we have a cup winner disqualified. The last time to racing insights knowledge racing insights does great work with all of our stats and research. Last time a cup winner was disqualified, was April 17th, 1960 at Wilson speedway with Emmanuel's raucous one, but was dequeued for an oversized gas tank and Joe weatherly was awarded the win. So apologized for the long preamble. I felt it was important to just lay out the facts. It's great to have you on here because you have terrific insight. And I know you watch the race, but we haven't heard from you yet on this. You were flying this morning. I haven't heard your thoughts on the production call. You weren't at poconos. We haven't heard your thoughts from the studio work that you do so well at the track. So you give us your opening thoughts on these penalties. I guess it was a shock to me, like most everyone, but now that we know basically the details probably as much as we're going to. The understanding is clear. And I think it's years of doing things in a certain way before 2022 with the next gen car that still entices crew chiefs, engineers, whatever they can to get a slight advantage, a little bit of help for their car for their driver. It's just years of that process. Not saying that's right, or has it been right before, but it was the way that you kind of did things. You had a tolerance. You had a gray area to work in a little bit. There is not that whatsoever with this. And the way that the cars now are not painted, there's not a bit of paint on them. They are wrapped. And doing something like this could be hidden. I've started to hear now that maybe NASCAR has seen in some other areas as they've taken rap off of these cars at certain places, just looking just inspecting to make sure that the teams haven't been trying to do something. And they found both of these cars, as you pointed out, 62 years since they disqualified, will always wondered would this happen, or would just define and penalty be so severe. You know, where are they going to take a trophy away in a win away? And it's happened now. And I don't think the teams will need any more of wake-up call to realize that there's no messing around with the parts and pieces that are supplied here now that this is what could happen. So it was a terrific race to watch. I think it had a lot of layers to it. A lot of different things you could see just how difficult the cars were to drive at Pocono. A lot of spin outs that we wouldn't see. Even the man that won the race bun out on his own yesterday. Yes, first. Didn't get the win. So just so many things that you saw there, and of course we had our Ross and Danny moment. So just so much but for the first two to get disqualified and the guy that never even led a lap in the race to be declared the winner. And chase Elliott, oh, by the way, now has 5 first or second place finishes in a row. He's got three wins in the last 5 races. Atlanta Nashville and

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Elliott given Pocono win after Hamlin, Busch disqualified

AP News Radio

00:26 sec | 4 months ago

Elliott given Pocono win after Hamlin, Busch disqualified

"For only the second time and it's nearly 75 year history NASCAR disqualified at race winner and the runner up as the cars of teammates Denny Hamlin the winner and runner up Kyle Busch were found to be illegal in post race inspection that Pocono Raceway That moved chase Elliott from third to first NASCAR said the Joe Gibbs Racing cars had material in the front fascia that was found to be illegal and did not conform to the rule book The change moves Tyler Reddick to second and Daniel Suarez to third I'm Jerry

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"joe gibbs" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

04:41 min | 5 months ago

"joe gibbs" Discussed on NASCAR America

"The time. So yeah, I think it's great and I think you see that just come out more and more with that self confidence that he has and who he is and you know you should have a lot of self confidence in who he is. He's a great person. Great race car driver. So yeah, I like to see him kind of to be that kind of guy you gotta embrace your weaknesses and you know all of VR and just accept it. And I think he's doing that. You kind of always wanted to challenge him to kind of step up into that leadership role at Hendrick motor sports and he certainly doing that now. So I had one crew chief tell me this weekend that you really need hieroglyphics to go from last year set up in the old car to this year's setup. If you're going to try and translate and carry things over, which may not work at all. So does anything transfer over from the win at road America last year, set up wise to this year's car? No, no. No. I figured that was it, yeah. I wish I could say, yeah, I mean, trust me, I've tried my best throughout this year to take the stuff we used to do and try to apply it. And it's just, it's just completely different. So, you know, I think that we learned early on that, yeah, all that stuff that we worked so hard on for so many years has just got out the window. It's tough to let that go. When we run so well, the road courses and you want to try to be able to leverage that experience and knowledge and success into the future and unfortunately just hasn't worked out that way. So we've had to kind of go back to the drawing board and start over, so to speak, but once we ran coda and once we ran Sonoma, we're certainly getting more and more comfortable with where we need to be with this car. So speaking as a new car, one last phone call, mark from Georgia. You're on with Alan guth's and go ahead, Mark. Hey, you know, congrats on your window and Sunday demand you're the best kerchief in the business out there, man. I appreciate you. Thank you. My question is, my question is, have you and the team and chase, have you guys think you've hit on something for chase to have a better feel for this new car? Yeah, I think we're getting better. Our performance has been pretty good out of the box, but I do think we're improving Nashville. We had a little bit different of a set of philosophy in the car and something that we wanted to try and the opportunity off weekend to work out. And certainly I don't think it was any worse. It gave him I feel like once we got it balanced, I feel like it gave him a lot of flexibility to adjust his line and I thought the car was slightly better in traffic. So those are all good things. I will say though, it's tough because there's just not, it's hard to really get differentiated with everybody having the same stuff. So I mean, like that gag, a car you look at right there. I mean, all those cars are pretty similar in performance. So it's tough to get an advantage, but I do feel like we're one step closer. Good stuff, man. Looking forward to seeing you in Wisconsin this weekend. We'll see you Friday afternoon and see you there. Yeah, hopefully with a lot of gas in the gas tank and we'll be able to say, I was trying to find a way to work in Steve's line about. Don't worry about it. That's why it's gonna be fun. It's gonna be fine. All right, bud. See you this weekend. Good stuff. And now he's gonna, if they run out of fuel Steve. It's not just run out of fuel. I want the fan to understand. So this is the point for years. The quantity was about 18 and a half gallons, but the way it worked is there was pick up a and pick up B, big two opportunities. And when you ran out of gas in a, you would flip a switch and B would come on, and you would have roughly a lap at most racetracks. Even at road America, they would increase his size to make sure they come back. That's not available in this new car, not to mention that both a and B, the pickups don't look anything like that. This is a standard thing. All these teams had their own little gadgets and widgets and gadgets in there to get the most efficient fuel, pick up as possible. You want to pick it all up. Now your question is, how much is in there? How much is it going to get picked up? And if you get it wrong, there's no safety. You're not on the motorcycle. Can't reach down and flip it to the reserve and ride to the next gas station. You're going to pull over somewhere in the back of road America. So, you know, you saw it, it's real. He jokes about him. You can see, look at his face like, I don't really want to talk about it because this isn't going to be much fun. That's going to be real this weekend. Jewel cell is larger, 21 gallons, so it's huge, but swimming it's full. Yeah, assuming it's full. Yeah, they will push it to the edge, no doubt about it. And it could be a topic this weekend. We don't know. So hey, when we come back, we'll study the interesting case of the Toyota teams, especially JGR at Nashville, we'll dive into what happened at the end of the race. That's coming up next. What a terrific show, del junior download with Justin Mark Steve. That kicks off a little bit of a busy week. I would say. Man, it's.

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 6 months ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports on day ferry in the Celtics will take on the warriors in the NBA Finals Jayson Tatum scored 26 points and the Celtics took game 7 of the Easter Conference Finals by defeating the heat 196 I just really believe in myself I really believe in our team And it was the biggest game of the season of my career And I just had faith that we were going to give it all we had Jaylen Brown and Marcus smart each had 24 points for Boston Marcus Ericsson and Chip Ganassi were kings of the brickyard Eriksson became the second suite to win the Indianapolis 500 giving Ganassi racing its 5th victory in the race I knew I had a car to win this race Obviously this race is crazy So you can have a car to win but that doesn't mean you're going to win it NASCAR and Denny Hamlin held off Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Kyle Busch and overtime to win the longest Coca-Cola 600 in history 413 laps Baseball Taylor walls Homer to made several dazzling defensive plays to lead the rays to a four two win over the Yankees It's good to bounce back after the two tough games that we've started a series with and get two wins The rays earned a four game split to remain four and a half games behind the AL east leading yanks Other AL winners with the Red Sox Astros Blue Jays athletics tigers twins and White Sox who beat the cubs in an inner league game National league Corbin burns fan 11 over 7 innings as the brewers hammered the Cardinals 8 zero That's kind of where we want to be all the time So the fact that it took ten stars to get to is a little frustrating but yeah it was kind of what we want to do The Dodgers and Padres are NL victories As did the mets braves giants and nationals Graham agar has recaps the finish at the Charles Schwab challenge Sam Burns has secured a dramatic playoff win over world number one Scottie scheffler berns posted an early 9 under par total after a 65 the 25 year old secured victory by holding a lengthy part from off the back of the grain that the secure his third win for the season French opening Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal will square off in the quarterfinals after winning on Sunday I'm Dave ferry AP

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Bowman wins as tension builds ahead of NASCAR title race

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Bowman wins as tension builds ahead of NASCAR title race

"Alex Bowman celebrated in Martinsville's victory lane while three others advance to the championship for having a shot at the title in Phoenix Denny Hamlin Martin Truex junior and chase Elliott joined Kyle Larson who locked himself in two weeks ago Bowman's win with his fourth of the season and his first at Martinsville in twelve tries which we're going to Phoenix obviously with a chance to win a championship and has been painful to kind of go through the playoffs where they've banned but it's awesome at least you know start to end the year on a on a strong note the final four features two drivers each from Hendrick motor sports and Joe Gibbs racing Stever **** Martinsville Virginia

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Kyle Busch Shocked He Was Traded

The Final Lap

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Kyle Busch Shocked He Was Traded

"Kyle. Busch is on and did it shock you when you saw the headline from espn that you had jumped ship from joe gibbs racing. It did yeah actually. I was sitting down at dinner and just had my phone lane on the table. And i saw that notification. Come through and read my name and was like what did i do now. I got traded teams without even my notes. You know it wouldn't surprise me if i. nfl player. That would be like okay. Well that's a cool way to find out but typically over here on the nascar side. We have a little bit more leeway as to controlling our own death beneath knew that that one wasn't right and definitely wanted to Make that known.

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"joe gibbs" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"joe gibbs" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

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"joe gibbs" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"joe gibbs" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"They're going. Hey he's paying a price. Let's go coach. We were just talking about the fact that dave is more of a peacemaker. you're into conflict resolution. As we go forward here for joe gibbs racing in the future a lot of changes coming for nascar and the next year's especially next year with the next season with the next gen car coming in twenty twenty two as you guys look forward and the structural in the business changes. You're facing. I'm sure they're going to be some hard decisions and choices that need to be made much like you talked about in the book. Day of towing daniels warez Sorry but we're not going to have a spot for you next your. How do you apply that looking. Forward into twenty twenty two and beyond with so much happening in nascar. No i think for me what i have always felt whether it was in football or over here that the number one thing for me to be focused on the team so then when it comes to these hard decisions it could be an individual that you're gonna have to you know. Let go the way for me to deal with that these things i wanna push that off. I don't like that. I don't wanna do that. But if i do that. Am i hurting the team. And i think almost every single person that over a period of time that i've set with and had to do something like in football cut players over here make decisions and bring people in say. Hey look you know We're going to have to go on a different direction. Every single time that i tell them. If i don't do this. I feel like i'm hurting the team. And that's the reason why i have to do this and that to me. Most most of the time really think people understand and they would say you know but for me. That's the driving force. It's the team many times. I don't want that. I don't want conflict. I don't wanna have to deal with that the easy thing. It'd be put it off but a you know if you put it off then you're hurting the team. So that becomes the guiding principle for me. And i think over the years so you talked about changes coming up if you think about our thirty seasons. We've seen a lot of change already again. We went from a one car. Fifteen person organization to four cars and cup four cars and xfinity five hundred people three hundred fifty thousand square feet. We've seen everything from you know again. You think about all the different phases of racing. Where the you know there have been changes and so each time. It's this is the biggest one. How are we going to react. And i think we're gonna play a lot of the same things it's going to be people. It's going to be trusting you know we've we've got a lot of history for doing you know doing things. Hopefully the right way. I will say one of the one of the traits of coach. Both in the nfl in here is whenever there has been maybe more change than usual on a particular year. He's generally responded well whether it was the nfl with a strike. Or you know nascar with a major change and the idea is if you've got the right people and you're getting after it and they all care you're going to respond hopefully quicker and better than everybody else. So we we. We try to view the changes. You're talking about as an opportunity. Hey let's shake things up a little bit. Let's see where we come out our goal. Is you know coach. Says all the time. He wants this year for his grandkids. This is not a short-term play for us so our interest is what's the best for the sport so hey if this is gonna if there's going to help the sport were get we're we're we're all for it and as coach likes to say as long as we we we just wanna win the most racist so whatever whatever we have to do that will continue to be the goal here and again yes. These will be big changes. Maybe there unlike we've never had but keep in mind. We've had a lot of changes over the years. And i think it'll be up to all the teams you know. It's it's the same for everybody so everyone will have. We'll have to respond. And and again i hope as we look to three years from now we go. Hey this is where all very optimistic about the sport we've got new ownership coming in by all counts. Tv numbers look good. Everything looks like i think we're poised. We've got a bright future. We've got a grandson in the building. Who looks like he's pretty good so we've got. We got some things. We're all pretty pretty excited about you. Know looking in the future to be honest with you pretty pretty bullish on on the future of nascar and one thing i would say that to sports and been in the nfl nascar. What i've learned about pro sports. I say that they change ruffy thirty percent a year and so both both sports. I've been in and we know in the business world that's happened at least at that rate and so if you're setting back you're following behind you better be going and there's gonna be new changes for sure and i can walk through them in football and i can walk through them. How many we've seen here and we're getting ready to embark on. Probably one of the biggest changes we've been in. So i think our world where it is if you're in business i can tell you if you're in power. Sports is going to be changing so get ready and get with it. The only constant in life is change and this team. Joe gibbs racing certainly done a great job keeping up with all the changes. The book is taking the lead by jobs.

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"joe gibbs" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"joe gibbs" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Jd really cared about people and the stories are coming back after he went with lord. Stacks on my desk of stories about how he treated someone you know Little girl sent me a picture of her and she has to struggle walking and she talked about how. Jd met her in the lobby. One time our and and he took her on a tour through the whole building. She wrote back every year. Jd's she sent me pictures she that was that was relationship that he started in all but those stories are there over and over again. It says a lot. Because i have a tendency to go right sometimes. I i go to the big things you know. The main jd went to the individual all add one one of the testimonies of that you know at shady service which you can see at gd gibbs legacy dot com one of the great. You talk about a life well-lived but one of the things you point out is an hour and a half service not once. Did somebody talk about an accomplishment from work. What they were talking about was the influence that the that he'd have on them now. Many of those came through the platform of work and sogeti was really good at what he did but he knew how to use it as a platform for other things. And that's what that's what affected people. That's what you know. That's what affected me. That's what affected so many people. The joe was talking about is is that it was. Hey look we're called to be really good at what we do. Again i think that's a biblical mandate as hey be excellent so so as a race team you know who want. Who's gonna care about what we do like. Nobody cares what you think if you stink so be really good lead. A lot of apps a lot of races but jd had this keen awareness of once. We do that. It's that is to create a platform to do other things whether it's giving whether it's impacting people whether it's using it as a platform and i think that was really the example kind of a barometer for all of us is watching how he did that. in really in every facet of the company and his life seems a good place to note that proceeds from this book. Taking the lead. We'll go to the jd. Gibbs legacy fund the young life ministry the talked so the portion that would go to the author right is going to be donated that and jd's legacy fund funds urban ministry here at young life at a young life in charlotte some of the under-resourced high schools and young life and ministry. That was very dear to jd. And i in high school and Really important to us and our company now and so. We're really grateful to be able to do that. So i i joke. That's that makes me Be able to shamelessly plug the book. Because i know that the that of portion is all being donated to something. That's great that's great to hear. Jd was a special person. I've got some more questions about him. I wanted to eventually. But i i just want to go back to to dave story really quickly coach and it seems like his big breakthrough was deciding that he was gonna sell joe gibbs racing t shirts on consignment at redskins game. I heard dave side. That i'm wondering your side of that. I'm not sure i told him he. Yes he was definitely okay. We being aggressive abi be at a young guy that's going after But actually dave handled a bunch of early projects. We had a van deal. Took off on as i you know for most people. I encourage them particularly if the young people. If you want to know something about something are you worried about you know. Should i get into the best thing to do is divan because is just get after it because you'll learn by mistakes and all but you can't sit back and guess what something is going to be and i think day took off that way and it was different projects jumping on them going after your automate. Some of those bombed out but some of them you know and you see that's how you hit a home run sometimes too so being aggressive getting after i think is a big part of young people starting out in life that aggression that you had talked about this in the book as well when you first moved to charlotte you were still dating the woman who become your wife stacy and she was still in virginia. So you're commuting back and forth six hours at a time. Fridays and sundays and then working here full time so it was you know why that is they have we have a saying. He outpointed his coverage. As you say that. I did know for that. I for that. I really year and a half that i was down here before. I got married pretty much. Every other week i would go to the race and then every other week i would go to washington. Yeah or go back to virginia. See her so yet. No we'd we'd work in leave on friday and it's funny we early on. We had this deal with van conversion company and they it. Let me borrow this Pop top van. That had you know it was like a big conversion van. And i'm i'm twenty three years old and was it was funny that i would drive around. This have drove around in this. Big conversion van and i would go back and forth to virginia To see her and her dad who's kind of one of my spiritual piero's now but you know at the time. He was very strict and she was his oldest daughter and he was very protective. And so the idea was. You gotta have a real job before you're gonna ask her to marry song very motivated for many reasons. I didn't want to let the gives down. And i didn't wanna let my future father-in-law down. And i wanted to marry stacey so i was like i better make something of this or or this is going to take forever. We'd already been dating since she was seventeen and eighteen so we dated all through college. Now i'm out of college. And i'm like all right. I'd like to get married at some point here and so yeah i had. I had no fallback plan. So i was very motivated to make it work. Obviously that sounds like a ton of commitment there that you put in not just for the personal side but the professional side doing it all at once and you know you talked about david. The saying that's not. My job is unacceptable jobs racing. And i'm just curious. I'm restore coach on this one. Do you have any examples of that of doing things at you. Lead by example in that way doing things that people might not expect the team owner to do to show people. Hey nothing is out of bounds here for hat well. The first year. When i started the idea was i was going to continue to coach. And the guys and don meredith and jimmy may car. The team would take the race team. And so you know that. Was the game plan. Well after that year. I decided you know coy was playing football stanford i'd missed most of jd's football games. It william and mary. So i made a decision to get out for family so i could go see koi play football in the at stanford and then all the my passion of racing so i had those two reasons and so when i stepped out you know that was that was different from me as i was starting a new life and so we took off in that direction. S what pat nye said. Hey look let's go to charlotte and Virginia was just fantastic for us to get coach..

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"joe gibbs" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"joe gibbs" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"I think he is and i think that group was that initial group was obviously. Jimmy may carleen everything We still got. I think seven of that original seventeen or still here in the building and robin on the other side here from the very beginning. Don meredith was my Business friend not the football don meredith but don started everything off and was there so it was a group of people that you know that they had a real passion for it and we weren't sure obviously were it was going. We thought it was going to be one car. Can we make this work and didn't wanna let down nor miller who stepped in and said. Hey i want to do. This is company other state batteries. And can you believe today. We're still together. I just finished the weekend with norm. We're fishing stuff before the race this weekend. Thirty years our last contract that we sign. We'll go through thirty years. I think. I think that's one of the great things about business and building something and being around people which i've been fortunate enough. I know guys bless me twice to get in the nfl than to come over here be a nascar but the fun part of it is that the relationships and building something and can you make it go. You know nobody knew. Hey that first year we didn't a race right. I said man. We're going probably get kicked out saying they're gonna kick us out and as so. Those are the thrills in life though and i. Those are the things that i love is building teams with people. Because really if you do something like we want our first championship took everybody You know to the convention and everything in new york and to see those people you know all of them. They're part of that team and they made it happen. And that's still our our motto here is it's our people and We have a bonus structure where everybody that works here gets the share and we went on the weekends. And so all those things I enjoy that. And i enjoy the challenge of it and obviously what we're in is really hard so i think he loved that too. You know if you can do it man. This day is hard. It's supposed to be hard. Yeah so that's rewarding. And when i hear that but buster term. It reminds me of. When i hear people talk about racers in motorsports. I mean essentially. That's what they're saying. You have to go above and beyond to excel in motorsports. It sounds like there's a. There's a good fit there between what you look for in people and what's required of being good at auto racing what i've been in like the football and then come over to racing and what you see and football. I saw football players. We have fifty five. Voluntary workouts voluntary. I had guys make fifty two fifty three fifty four and i had guys make eighteen nineteen and make excuses and he kind of saw. What happened the guys making new workouts karen getting after it. They're the guys made the team and the amazing thing in the nfl are super bowl. Teams one half of those were free agents. So in other words it was the guys that went after and worked. And we're but busters and make it happen and so Yeah i think that's part of team building and being around people and trying to accomplish something. And i'm glad you brought up nor miller because that anecdote also in the book about your first meeting with him and interstate batteries deciding they were gonna take a flyer on a race team after you called him the day after your meeting and said i don't know if we're really ready for and you say well actually were thinking about sponsoring you so As you mentioned that launched a sponsor relationship that has lasted a very long time in gruner very successful organization. And dave. i wanna get into what. The book talks about as far as the five principles that sort of guide successive jobs racing. Those are deliver more than you cost. Create a winning culture. Stay on mission tree. People as souls not transactions and went life. I just want to give you an a chance to talk about this. Well i think i appreciate that and there's obviously a lot a lot to unpack in all of them. There's actually a whole book's worth it. Yeah i i think you're nineteen if if we if we if we break some of those out i think that first section the idea of delivering more than you cost. I think applies to us as individuals and as a company. If you think about you know whatever business you're in if you're listening if you want to have customers forever deliver more value to them than they're paying you you know and so whether it's fedex or we talk about all our partners bass pro stanley mars. The idea for us is we want to deliver so much value so much more value to them that they're paying us that they couldn't even fathom not sponsoring race demon. So that's kind of a. I think it's a good lesson. Whatever business you're in. And then i think as people. If you're an employee if you wanna make yourself indispensable in the company you work for be a budget. Buster be become indispensable deliver more value to the company. Then you're paid. How do you do that. it's not rocket. Science is very simple principles. Never say that's not my job. Be really good at little things. Don't don't don't want big things until you master. The little things be a fountain not a drain. I mean those are all things that are choices that i think we wake up and again when you're working in a broom closet trying to figure out. How do i earn my keep here. There were a lot of little things like that. And i've got some examples suspicious some specific examples in the book of how maybe doing little things lead to a little more responsibility in a little more but often we want to bypass all that goes straight to the. Hey i want. I want this big responsibility over here. Well that's not gonna come until you've been entrusted with and done a good job with some of these little things and so we talk about culture. We talk staying on mission Again i think one of the things we've done well as stay on mission here you know with the going fast and then again as we get into the later parts of the book one of the things and maybe we'll park here for a second one of the things i think i really learned from. Jd was this idea. The of treating people like a soul and not a transaction. And i think that's just at work that's at the grocery store that's just in life. That's you know you know what it means to be treated like a transaction when someone comes up to you and either they need something from you. You're you're kind of a acog in the wheel of them trying to do something for themselves or they're looking over your shoulder at the next more important person that they're wanting to meet whether you're at the track or whatever and then there's the type of person and jd would always do this like every interaction with jd. Usually started with something about me. how are you doing. He knew what my interests were. Hey how're you doing. How's your family has your whatever it was that he knew i was interested in and i think that's that goes a long way in business and again i think that's a great lesson in treating your co workers that way your clients the people in life. If you want good business it starts with put people before profits treat them like a soul and not a transaction. So there's obviously we can unpack any of those. But i think that's one that really stands out to me and there's section in the book about what that looks like. Treating people like a soul coach. I talked about that. People being the most important part of the tea definitely is and i think that's everything that i've kind of been in. It's been team Is football was over here to racing and a small family business and of course in life keeping the right priorities in life. God i but the second thing is the influence i'm having on others. That's what days talking about i think. Jd was the person for me and our family was really. He was the person in our family that kind of set the goals for how you deal with people he started are giving ministry here at the race team where we give to charities. He started that and then there came a time where we had to a reduction suddenly the second time we're going through some of that now but there was a reduction or motor room and jd. Set aside money to follow all those guys i mean. That's the way he kinda cared about things and treating people that way and there's just story after story with him and he kinda lead in that really what you wind up with his and he was so much better at than i was individually the way he treats i kind of focus on big things and doing all this stuff..

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"joe gibbs" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"joe gibbs" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"They wise up today where we are and now he's the president of the company. So that's a journey. I think that's exciting for people to hear and then of course how a company gets built. I love those stories of when you talk to people that do these outstanding johnny morris started selling a few things in the back of his day has hardware store and today the the i fascinated. That's the great thing about america. I love that their stories. There were people say i have a vision. I wanna do something they take off and do it. Those are some of the greatest stories in america. Thank you so. I think days fits in there and there's a lot to it. I learned a lot about jobs racing. Because dave was there from the outset as i think i the unpaid intern. Eventually you got paid a few months in after you prove it. Sell t-shirts at yeah. But you started out as an unpaid intern here out of a room closet with no power outlet and this wasn't this building by the way this is the paid part i like. I like the broom closet. More than i liked the unpaid part. Yeah that is true so that was more than twenty years ago. That was I guess would have been nineteen ninety-two yet. Ninety ninety two ninety three so you has about twenty really about twenty eight years ago which is like crazy and your relationship with coach goes back even further than that you met. Jd gibbs coach's son while you guys were going to middle school together experts kenya. Yeah no and i talk a lot about. We became friends in middle school and and they had just moved to town and wasn't the greatest start for the skins they started. Oh and five. And i wasn't sure if jd was going to be my friend long before they left town and gratefully. They didn't yeah. We went to high school and jaydee. I've shared the story lot. Jd was in to say he was. The all american kid would be like an understatement museum. Great looking. He was the quarterback of the football team. I joke he drove a dang z. Twenty eight like he was straight out of out of hollywood end but was the just the nicest guy and and really would befriend different. People and i was one of his friends. And honestly i would always. Jd had a lot of friends and my start here. One of the things. That stood out that i talk in. The book is j. d. Had a lot of friends and could have asked anybody and asked me and so my motivation early on was really not to let either of them down. J. j. d. could ask anybody but he asked me and i remember later in life him saying when i asked him. Why did you pick me. He said because. I knew i could count on you and so i remember thinking well that i'm not gonna let you down and i felt the same way about coach. And so you you go into it going you know. Unlike driver or a crew chief where they have a specific drivers are the best in the world at what they do and the crew chiefs the best in the world you know with with me i mean again i joe talks a lot about average joes. I really am kind of an average joe. There wasn't one skill that i had. So i've got a i said i got to figure out how to earn my keep here and not let them down without. It was going to look different because driver. Just says i'm gonna go win. Racism that's all. I'm why didn't touch the cars. I didn't make the cars go fast. So what we're areas. I could do that. And that's kind of how it all started. But it really was them. You know jd saying hey i want to have my buddy come down here because we needed some help and coach san hail. I'll give you a shot and and so not really not wanting to let them down. That's kind of how it all started and so over those twenty eight years. You've got from unpaid intern to president of the entire company and coach. Did you see from the outset. That dave alpern would become that kind of leader in your company because dave great stories in the book about when he was a kid and he would go to the restaurant where you guys would have dinners after redskins games after you wanted. Dave would say that as soon as he walked in the room. You would say hey burns here. Did you know there was something special about this guy for well i think. Jd you know. Obviously they were buddies but through that process of them growing up. They were around the house a lot. And you get a chance to see him. I talk about playing football out there in the snow with them. So you get to know somebody. That's the best way to hire somebody or get somebody to come on. Your team is if you know him. And of course j. d. had real confidence there and i think the other thing for me. I remember my coaching days. We were in a tough situation but the redskins replacing monday night game against the cardinals and i always talk to the team the night before. I'm too nervous a day of the game. She got to wait all the way to monday night. I go out from the team. And i just said this. I said if you guys got anything to give the the redskins you need to give it tonight. We we got a real problem. Got down header lord's prayer. When we stood up. I had twelve guys. Go through four super bowls with me. Three of them upfront had tears. They were crying as so my point is i've felt if you can get people that come on your team that here about the team. Those are the people that come early. Stay late got hard. And and and they are loyal to what's taken place. And i felt like dave over those years. I think. Jd so at early and they were buddies and they were actually three of them. They came on board there and they wound up miraculously going into different areas and their expertise to help build. What have today so. I think dave cared appreciate. That and coach was gracious enough to write the forward and it was actually kind of awkward. This is actually awkward. Because i didn't pay. That is true. But i i asked him to write the ford again. He wrote a. I don't know if i've actually even thanked him l. Take this opportunity again. The words meant a lot and again he talks about some of what he said there in the ford. And but you don't think that you know when you're a young kid you're just going you gotta complex and i was terrified. Well i talked about being terrified of jimmy. I was terrified of pretty much. Everyone in the building because the nickname were the college pukes. These three guys that weren't racers and we came into this building with all hardcore racers. That have been racing. Their whole lives led by. Jimmy maker. Led by jimmy maker whose nickname most people did not people who know him now. Didn't know his nickname was mad. Dog and sounds like a guy who likes color. Yeah coach went in and just say. Hey here's three guys. You picked the first fifteen. But i got three or four. You one was eighty. One was todd. One was me figure something out for them and my goal. Every day was to not be noticed by. Jimmy may car to be where he wasn't you know don't embarrass jd. And joe but don't get noticed by jimmy that was. That was my deal coach. Dave describes in the book that you like people who you call but busters Which is based on character and heart and talent and how they fit into the. Jj our culture. I think you just said that. Essentially knowing day before he came here you look for people who fit that culture was dave. I guess what you never for about buster. Yeah i think. I think he is and i think that group was that initial group was obviously. Jimmy may carleen everything We still got. I think seven of that original.

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"joe gibbs" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"joe gibbs" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"One. Boom you are now entering the dojo of mo-jo and thrive time show time show on the microphone. What is this top of the charts in the category of business on business topics like we did this. Internship lacking past the most severe pin pad to the nap. It's the best throw only three to what come the business name. Yes yes yes and yes doctors to see when you are next to me right back at. Ya narrows the wrong time now. Is the wrong time to break out the mimosa because you my friend are striving to reach ketosis. Wow well set in fact because of the orange juice. I'm not allowed to have moses. Because i'm trying to get myself into guitar. I like that but you you're rapping skills since i've known you now on the show with you for four years of just it's steadily increased steadily increased steadily increased to tour. Now it's slow flow peak flow. What used to be on that kind of a kick of writing some jingles in writing some some rhymes and some wrapping fund songs. Yeah you seem like kind of doing a lot of researching right now. Kind of don't have a whole lot of time to get into the reinhold. That pendulum will swing back into that. Because you're very talented in that. By the way now a mac client. How are you sir you right there. I am doing awesome. Thanks for the opportunity to talk to you. Gentlemen men on today's show from a business perspective we're talking about trimming the fat the budget of the business. But we're also on a physical side talk about trimming. The fats is business. Kito saas business. He does to you. By the thrive time. Show everybody's on point today all right. So let's let's let's talk about it. I see and i'm not. I'm not gonna paint you into the corner with actual textbook definitions. I'm seeking. I'm just asking you. What is ketosis for people out there who may not be familiar with that which you are striving to achieve right. Now well ketosis win. The body starts burning fat for for your energy. So normally the body runs on carbohydrates and it's a metabolic state and you calicoes because the key toned bodies in your body up. That's why how it gets the name of that but it's a when you have low carbohydrates which is glucose than the body says. Oh we need to go into those fat reserves. We've been saving for a rainy day. And we need to start turning that into into glucose so what what are your diet right now in order to move into the utopia zone of ketosis low carbs. They say you should be below thirty grams a day. Saving twenty grams a day to get into it. And then once you're into ketosis you wanna keep that carb count loan what you did you just look up things that are low in carbs and you kind of count them throughout the day and some things have zero carbs in them. So what do you eating right now. Well i had scrambled eggs and bacon got zero carbon. I had some avocados which is healthy carb but very low in carbs avocados of fatty vegetable and so it was so i had that that those three things and water okay. So you're heavy in the meets low in the week you can't be right and owen the wheats that that's right and the meats and and you might you may be a little backwards beans or kinda high karbi so you wanna stay in green leafy like salads really good to eat and but you wanna watch out on dressings and things of that you just want to be careful what you're eating because if you go above that certain graham count of carbohydrates and you kick yourself out of ketosis and that's kind of a bummer. Because you wanna get into it and then spent about a month my plans to get into it's been about a month l- about ten fifteen pounds and look really good for this task so it's no sweets no alcohol for dr z. For the next. How long what i say well you know six or so and then there is some alcohol. You can't drink by the way. What are you. what are you. What are you drinking. It has a purified spirits like tequila and whiskey's right alcohol's winds are little car. But they're not real karbi but here again you want to look at a lot of it is not the al. It's the mixers you put in it. So that's why you can't drink a mosa because of the orange juice get you okay. Okay and will too. I believe so mad. Have you ever pushed yourself to the ketosis phase out. Your guy likes to work out you ever Gone into an extreme a plan. like z. Note no wheats no sweets new alcohol for doctors. Have you ever done this before i walked with. What tonic are like twenty four hours. Is that tonner. Keita's on it. That's pretty close. The same thing that was in college and there was a whole lot of seriously you. Have you ever tried to do this before. No i've always. I've kind of do it just i don't i've never done gone down the actual i'm too I'm not hard enough on myself. So i usually eat well enough to be able to splurge every once in a while but i have not gone down the route yet. Okay okay what we're gonna do is to go over. Three simple moves to to cut the fat in your body and then three moves to cut the fat in your business. Does that sound good. That's fair okay. So let's get into. We talked about it. And i've i've a super bonus number four for the business to when we get to it okay before so how to lose weight you know wheat. No sweets no alcohol. Very simple three moves book done. Yeah you can make it more complicated you get into the research could. But that's a summary. No now this is how cut fat in your business. One ask yourself whose he non who is a non essential employees now. I know that seem stupid but matt. We've all done. I'm sure you have to use a different term than that after this year. Maybe a little crazy. I'm bringing this up because what happens is whenever there's a tough time and you'll hear a lot of time in government. They'll go well. We couldn't pass the new stimulus bills. Have government has to lay off all nonessential government employees. He started to think well. Why do they work there..

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"joe gibbs" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"joe gibbs" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Or car breaks every week doesn't matter if you're leading half way it stops off the point is you you really. It's a cliche answer but you honestly have to have both now there's some tracks i mentioned daytona some of those really fast tracks. You're literally wide open the whole time. You're mashing the gas a driver would tell you probably eighty percent car on this track. There's other tracks road courses short tracks where it's all finesse. And knowing where to be not putting the car in a bad position it may be eighty percent drivers. Wow again it really depends again. I'm going to call it. Fifty fifty has any good driver would tell you have no shot without a good car and a good team would tell you and we have example after example of that. Where will you know we may be struggling and we switch drivers and literally we win seven races and we change nothing but the driver or vice versa so we have a tangible examples of the driver. You know again. I mean if i'm honest i probably will air more on the side of the driver. Because i've just seen how vitally important the driver is. I mean honestly even more so than a quarterback. I'd say the same thing you have a great nfl team. You don't have a quarterback you got no shot even more so in nascar. You don't have a good driver. You got no shot. Dave your new book there the the new book you wrote there. The new book is called taking the lead winning business principles. That fuel joe gibbs racing. We have time for one. More question. josh wilson coming in hot around the What do you do you. How do you referred to your turn around. Turn for yeah. that's good. Hey i probably have never been an opportunity to interview the president of a racing team. So i'm gonna put on the spot. I'm gonna back into a corner so we have a we have an indoor. Go kart track here. Incredible pizza so i was out there a few weeks ago at the grandkids and i put a seven year old in pigtails into the wall. Coming around turn. Four and i did win. He did win and so. I'm curious with my incredible pizza. Indoor go kart track ribbon. Can i get a at joe gibbs racing. I'm can i get a job as denny hamlin like. He's not feeling well close. Like i mean do. I mean i've got the ribbon. He's a solid plan f. I just wanna know now. I come to charlotte. Do i got a chance. Fifty fifty josh. I will say we're gonna have to be selected. They're they're only going to be a handful of sponsors. Who are gonna wanna controversial driver like you. Because you're you're little edgy. You're you're putting putting seven-year-olds man. I i don't know i'm thinking we got to cut me off. I was awesome fair enough. Dave also also the world wants to know how much duct tape do you use on the idea we have. We have room entire rooms of every color. Duck day to that is no joke after record. Set that i've seen him. I mean i'm. I'm a huge nascar fan but you gotta watch every now and then you know josh. It's funny you were talking about reckon a girl to win. But seriously we have drivers tony stewart. Houston drive around the hall of fame driver. Someone asked him a question about. Hey would you. Would you move a teammate. On the last lap to win a race and he goes are you kidding. I'd wreck my mother to win a race. There are a lot of these drivers. Say that so you're really not that far out there. Just so dave. On nasa recorded are you saying i gotta say i have a shot not zero percent. You're giving me that. You're giving me the jim carey your. There's a smart. There's maybe one in a million watts cart go kart track data. Let you go. do you try outs. Those thing i mean how you scout for good talent i mean if a guy did show up and so it's not as much tryouts is. There are so there are a little short tracks. All around the country would have no idea. I mean every state. On friday saturday night there are these short tracks and so what ends up happening is. It's like any sport you're gonna find him. Someone's going to set themselves apart. They're going to win twelve races and they're going to move up and so we do have what we would call scouts again. We're not as we don't have an army of them but we have a handful of folks that are out looking at those people and you're looking for patterns where someone they've won at every level Yeah so again. A little bit different And again our sport. One of the things nascar's trying to do is make it more accessible to everybody. You know basketball baseball out of stick and ball sports. You know if you're good they're gonna find you when you're gonna have an opportunity to go to college in the play racing different because not every kid has access to go into a go kart or whatever one thing that's changing that is actually i racing and the this idea that kids can actually go online and simulate racing and they had these very very competitive leagues. And there's actually drivers. Who are you know earning their rides in real cars because they excelled in virtual cars. So that's something that i think's going to be a game changer. Going forward but all that to say. Yeah we're we're scouting all the time again. We're a little different than pro sports. We don't really have a bench so if we find a great driver. We can't just say we're going to give you a spot because right now all four of ours are full with pretty good drivers and you can't say we're gonna put you on the bench while we wait doesn't work like that so z. Incredible incredible today. The today's guest is dave alpern president. Joe gibbs racing out. The book is called taking the lead. Winning business principles. That fueled joe gibbs racing day. We really do appreciate you being on the show. And i hope you have a great rest of your day. I really appreciate ya'll having me Again thanks a lot. I really enjoyed it. Well done day take care three.

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"joe gibbs" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"joe gibbs" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"James back to you okay. All right nice to meet you. Thanks for sharing your time with us awesome so doctors e mentioned but i have a question about the economics of how how that all works for in in nascar so doctors. He mentioned that he's into horses thoroughbreds. And all that and the khuda bras the is the oh kentucky derby right and so if doctors he owns the horace the horses in the race. The horse wins the race. It gets purse. Oh so now. How does it work. I think you mentioned earlier. On in the in the in the show that seventy five percent of the revenue of the car or the company is generated from sponsors right. so how. how does that work. Who owns the car and does the sponsor of of the you know the purse or whatever. That's called if you win. I mean how is that all of that house all from james. I appreciate you asking that and interestingly this is a this is a college guest lecture that i do on this little exact topic now. I won't take an hour and fifteen minutes to answer it like i do in the class. I'll do it in a minute or two but so so we own the car. So the sponsor of so again we have fourteen. We got fedex. We've got mars. We got stanley black and decker. We got bass pro shops and then all of our cars are toyota cameras. So those companies pay to sponsor us The difference between our sponsorship proposition and another sport is that in our sport. The sponsor actually becomes the identity of the team so fedex denny hamlin drives the fedex camry that ex could sponsor an nfl team for a billion dollars in. They'll never be called denver fedex for example or in nba. They have the patch on the jersey. But they're not called the chicago. Coca-cola's there the bulls with a coke batch. You see what i'm saying. It's a different proposition. In our sport they become the identity the team so we get the revenue from the sponsor. Then we go race and a portion of the tv money and the trackers gets put in a pool and it gets distributed based on your finishing position and that makes up the percentage of our revenue of course when you're budgeting you don't know how many races you're gonna win etc so let's take the daytona five hundred for example. They pay us a check at the end of the daytona five hundred. The way that works half the money goes to the team. Half the money goes to the driver now in our agreements with our drivers and most teams have this. The percentages vary the driver in the team. Take a percentage of that half that they got throw it back in a kitty and that gets divided among all the workers all the employees all the pit crew people all the people who work on the car as opponents so the driver gets some in the fortyish. Call it less than fifty more than forty percent of the revenue. The team gets more than forty less than fifty percent of the revenue. The remainder goes in a pool divided among those five hundred people. We talked about so the beauty of that Is that unlike other sports. You can imagine in other leagues. If dry athletes got paid based on their finishing position. They'd have a lot of motivation to win. So our drivers make a base salary which we pay out of the revenue that i discussed sponsor revenue the purse. They also get a percentage of the race so when they win more they earn more. And which again i think is a is a great model so obviously if a team wins more they get more revenue and in theory the more you win the more sponsorship revenue you can get because sponsors are getting their value. All you know partially from being on national tv and the more laps lead the more you get up three hour commercial again. Unlike most sports where the sponsor has to pay for a commercial in our sport. The sponsor is a commercial for three hours because when denny hamlin lead delay a race it's a fedex commercial for three hours because he's in the front so does that mean that the does that mean that the so that whatever the sponsors one hundred bucks and that's a sunk cost for the year. It doesn't get any sort of return other than through the advertising revenue for instance. It doesn't share in the winnings of the of the of the race. The correct but now part of the model which again is a whole nother. Conversation is each sponsor has sort of a a measurable which is why they're in the sport and the interesting thing is it's different all of them and so you know mars besides winning races as a way that they measure roi fedex. You know one of theirs is how much shipping are. They getting as an example. We have a full-time person at j. Gr that all think about is getting all of our other businesses to ship. The switch their shipping to fedex. So at the end of the year fedex can measure how many hundreds of millions of dollars worth of business got switched over. Because of joe gibbs racing. I forget what we do on the racetrack. There is a business tangible measurable deliverable for them as there is for every one of our partners so racing as part of it again. Are our brands. Expect us to lead a lot of laps and win a lot of races. But that's not enough by itself we have to know what is that formula that they're measuring success on. And how are we delivering on that though zeba booth there sir david in horse racing. There's an there's no way to verify to to the x. Number but there's a big debate on how much is it the jockey. How much is the horse. Yeah in in nascar. I mean i know there's no scientific way to ever prove one way or the other but in your opinion much. How much of it is the car because cars have different engineering. They have different shapes. They have different technology. All cars are yeah right and so how much of it in your opinion is just your opinion the car versus the driver. So i'm going to say again. We this is. This is something we talk about. It definitely depends on the track. But i would say if you want to average it out you could almost call it fifty fifty and and while you have zero zero chance to succeed in nascar without a good driver. I don't care how good your car is. The driver and one of the things. Joe learned early on. I don't care what it costs. We need to have the best drivers and he's right because you can. We got five hundred people in week and bill rocket ships and we have zero chance without a driver said you put the best driver in the world in a soapbox car against rocket ships. They got no chance zero or.

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"joe gibbs" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"joe gibbs" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Where you really wanna you know confused stacey and let her be aware of what you you look like as you age because she she agent very well you just reach out to doctors right and i'll go absolutely. I hope i'm your huckleberry josh. Yes i got that shit that absolutely not. Just say by now. If she was after the looks. I would have been in trouble a long time ago. So keep that in mind josh. You run an irrigation. Company called living water irrigation. I'm sure you're you you like country music which is kind of a cousin of nascar that that is truly fit together. They do what questions you have for. The great dave alpert. Well dave i appreciate you so much for spending some time with us. The first thing i would say is you've made a comment earlier and our show is obviously for mostly entrepreneurs in you. You made a statement that right on the edge of out of control. And i think a lot of entrepreneurs could probably really understand that a really feel that i think entrepreneurship times is right on the edge of out of control and you mentioned it. Coach gibbs always has a tremendous sense of urgency. Can you and. I'm going to have another question after this but i'll prep you so on that sense of urgency. You said you know coach. Gibbs always treats everything as if it's the last meeting as if it's the most important thing is there anything actionable besides saying. Hey make sure. Everything's the most important thing. Is there anything you could tell our listeners about that specific principle. I think i think that's great. Thanks josh for asking that. I think one of the ways. You can mandeville manifest. That is Let's take conflict for example conflict usually involves people a lot of folks look. I don't know many folks who say. I loved handling conflict. But when you have a sense of urgency and you're focused on your mission all the time you gotta deal with that immediately so again one example might be if you've got whether it's to people who've worked for you whether it's you and another person if you've got something that is interfering potentially with your mission and let me say conflict will gill with it immediately and what i mean by immediately is like right now. A lot of folks will You know what. Let me what we'll deal with that week. Or maybe i'd get someone else i mean. Coach will get on a plane. He will get on the phone out care what time it is if i can use an example we had joe was on a rare vacation years ago and two drivers had a spat at a at a race and one of them got on the radio and said something about the other driver. Joe left his vacation. Got on a plane. Said i want you guys at this location at eleven o'clock at night and we said we're not leaving this room until you guys have it out with each other and then you're done i don't wanna hear about it again so that that might be one example of you know in your business. You're going to deal with conflict deal with decisively immediately and don't don't kick the can down the road again. There's a number of i can. I could probably think of another things but that that would be one thing. Specifically the joe is a master at dealing with conflict and again he does not let it he does not let it fester so awesome dave and so the other thing. I was reading the reviews like what newt crenshaw put on here. Ceo of young life. It says you guys embodied bodies a culture values of joe gibbs racing honor god put people before profits and relentlessly pursue winning. I think for a lotta times for christians. It is very challenging to feel That competition for christians. It's very difficult to to get out there in the marketplace are into business and and want to dominate. Want to win and want to build something to be proud of. So what what. What could you advice on that. Dave josh is really hard. I mean it is and again i i talk about 'cause 'cause an and i appreciate you sharing that i think if the us what's the recipe of our culture it is those three things it's honor. God you know put people before profits and relentlessly pursue winning but often it gets flipped because to relentlessly pursue winning. You would think we gotta we gotta be tough and we gotta go after folks. And what what. I have found Is that when you that putting more value on people than your mission actually causes your people to place more value on the mission if that makes sense in some ways it self serving that when you when you take care of your people they're going to think your mission is more important and for us everything we do for thirty years revolves around one question and that is does this. Make us go fast. Everything we do. Every capital purchase every decision. We make and i. And i think that's important for every business to have them. What is what is our one thing because joe decided early. If we lead the most laps and win the most races everything else will take care of itself. We'll have sponsors. That wanna come here. Drivers that want to come here. And so that's been our thing. How do you do that. If your mission is going fast how do you do that without having it. Be at the expense of people and josh. I think that is again. There isn't a magic formula. It's one hundred little things but it is again. There's a section in my book that basically talks about treating people like a soul and not a transaction and. I think it comes down to that. It's not viewing each person as a cog in the wheel but viewing each person you interact with and that not just business but going to the grocery store. Whatever that you're talking to is a soul that's valuable and and when you treat them like that you know that ultimately is good for your mission in business but it is really hard. I mean honestly. I had a discussion with someone today about work life balance and it's easy to say. Hey it's god family work but it's really hard to do that I i talked about. Jd was my best example of that. And you know we loss jd. He was kind of our barometer here of work life balance. And you want your people to be healthy. You want them to to you know to use their gifts in a way and invest in the people that matter most but you also want him to be spent a lot of time in be great at work so again that that's a lot but i think that's important and one thing. I want to mention josh to finish. That thought. one thing. That joe is great at is as relentlessly pursues winning. He has a keen perspective of his wi- meaning. He's not just winning for winning sake. He's winning to use it for a platform to tell people to to people's lives whether it's giving money to organizations around the world whether it's speaking to people about his faith and things like that because the winning in and of itself it's kind of like whoa. What good is that gonna do us. It's the influence you get from winning. So obviously if you lost every race and we stunk. No one would really care what we thought about anything. So be great at what you do and win a lot. And that gives you the opportunity to do other things and so i think for us to be a purple company. It's keeping that level said on. Why are we doing this. We want a lot of races for what okay. It's it's it's for our y which is how do we again. How do we make people better. How do we impact people's lives including the people who work. Dave do you find that the nascar athletes. They work out a lot. I mean they hit in the weights. Some of them do some of them. Don't it is honestly. It's probably like golfers some do and some don't i would say it is very physically demanding. People have no idea the jeez. The heat i mean it's thirty. Forty degrees hotter in the car than it is outside. And there were a fire suit Some of the guys are beasts on working out and but mo- most of them work out some some of them are machines. Yeah hey dave..

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"joe gibbs" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"joe gibbs" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Was starting the nascar team. And truth be told. Coach was still the coach of the washington football team and so they literally needed a gopher to run stuff from redskin park down to charlotte where this new race team was was going to be. They knew me they trusted me. So you know and again. I i talk about that where. Jd had a lot of friends and just by him. Picking me gave me a lot of confidence or my life. Because i thought well. Why did jd pick me later. Told me it's because i knew i could count on you and so it started off because i had a relationship with jd. And like. I said i thought this would be a great. You know feather in my cap on my resume for six months. And then i do go do something else. And we're in our thirtieth season this year. And you know they haven't got rid of me yet but That was kind of how it started. I i knew very little about nascar. And and i like to say for me early on the who was a lot more important than the what. Yeah i i really. I believed in joe gibbs. I knew he was a winner. And i kind of said look he could be selling coathangers and it really wouldn't matter. I'm just. I'm hitching my wagon him and you know the fact that it was nascar and it was. Cars and sponsors ended up being a huge bonus. Because it's it's it's a lot of fun but I'm glad it wasn't coathangers but The who is more important than the what so an opportunity to work with and and learned from him it was you know too much to pass up even even without a paycheck. The joe gibbs was a hall of fame hall of fame a member in two sports. We think about that. That'd be that'd be tough to do to be in the hall of fame for the nfl and that's very tough to but then To be in the hall of fame for another sport and that being nascar on. That's i think that's unheard of baby. There's somebody else who's done that. But that's that's rare. Harry good quiz coach gibbs such a leader. Why do you believe he was so successful. There's there's so many things again. I talk a lot about in my book. I would say there's a number of what one of the things. I talk about with coach and you see this lot with leaders. I've just seen somebody quite like him. He he his sense of urgency is like nothing i've ever seen and i kind of have a saying that joe treats every meeting like it's last plane out of vietnam literally every every day. This is the most important thing we've ever dealt with. And and one of the things you have to understand is most of our most of our competitors. Their owners are these icons business. Rick kendrick roger penske these great men. They all have a lot of other businesses. Were really the only major team that has no other businesses. This is all we do. I often say we're the only ones to have this. Be the thing that we do but Coach ivy league gives us a built in advantage. Because he's not focused on anything but this so he wakes up and goes to bed and spends every minute in between thinking about winning and and he is literally relentless so that again that that's one of them has a years an uncanny knack of picking people so he knows you know how to surround himself with people who can get it done when he got nascar. Unlike football he wasn't the technical guy and football. He drew the xs and os and call the plays in here. He doesn't and so he knows how to pick the engineers and the crew chiefs and the drivers who can and he knows how to motivate him. He knows how to push the buttons. And you know we have four drivers. Three of them are veteran championship level drivers and to get them all to work together and did not want to kill each other. That's that's part of what the sort of joe's secret sauce is. He knows how to motivate each of them right to to get him to make each other better and he was great at that in the nfl. He's been great at that here so it looked there. I could go on and on. There's a list of things but those are those are a couple of examples. And he's again he's a he. He is relentless. I can tell you that it does. He's still follow the washington football team and and he does. What did he feel about them dropping their name all it did. That's a trick. Question is trying to do right now. I've got to pay him in a corner. Pay him into a quarter. Okay and and i'm being honest. I not evading that. But i would tell you heat i would say i don't know how if he's that involved in it. I think he still loves the fans up there. Thinking misses the nfl itself I think he trusts them to do the right thing. And it sounds like look. Most the fans are behind that we were really looking forward to find out what they end up being. I'm i'm kinda getting used to w. f. t. washington look i. I was born and raised up there. So that's my that is my team. I mean i'm burgundy and golden so Yeah it's a. We're all eager to find out. But honestly i think that's one of the front runners. I think they're talking about keeping that so we'll see. wow now. that's a nice evasive answer. Well done well done. See you at you at you. Ask a question like that. It was a difficult question. But we we're giving him softballs. I got a sneak one every now. And okay okay listen here. I know he's probably gonna hang up on you. Do call taking the lead. Winning business principles that fueled joe gibbs racing and then i believe a chapter book called the secret of nascar. Sometimes people pe- while driving. Don't push and that's actually not a chapter seven. We're giving them a nugget not in the book. Okay seriously. what inspired you to write this new book taking the lead winning business principles that fueled joe gibbs racing so without getting into a long detail story about ten years ago. My father who who. I think had a much more interesting career even than i did. He was he was in the. Cia spoke multiple languages. He had briefed president of the united states. He was going to write a book. And we were all excited about it in my got cancer and i begged him. Hey let us let us record all your stories you know just in case you don't finish your book and kind of ever the optimist he said no no got it and unfortunately my dad passed away an and kinda deprived all of us his story in our future generations so i resolved of ten years ago. You know what my story may not be as interesting. But i'd love to write a book so my kids and future generations kind of hear. The story of kind of how this all happened in the growth of this upstart team that grew into the winningest team in nascar history. So started just taking notes thinking right years a principal. Here's a story and that was a process. In about three years ago. I as things started to And we talk a lot about the book. The president of jj are for my first twenty. Years was joe's oldest son. Jd who is my best friend and Jaydee unfortunately got a terminal illness and during his illness..

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"joe gibbs" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"joe gibbs" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Seen in guido's that number is designated to a team and so we have and by the way you can own. It's a little bit different in our sport in that we actually have four cars that compete against each other so Of the forty cars. That turn left every week. Four of them belong to joe gibbs racing and were at the cap so the most you're allowed to own warren organization is four so there are a handful of teams that own four. There's a couple that owned three and the rest of them two or one. So we're we're one of the larger teams because we actually own four. And i say it's like having multiple children competing in the same race. You love all of them and you want them all to do well but the most can win on any given week is one so most of them are hacked off at the end of every race robbing multiple teams as its own challenge in and of itself. Now do you ever have tv guys shake and bake shot. I mean these terms that are industry standards. They may not be quite industry standards as much as i love telugu nights but there there may be other phrases form. But you know they do work together. We we actually have a. We have a competition meeting every week. Where honestly all four of the drivers get in a room and they talk about this is. This is how my car was this weekend. This is how we can make it better and they out. They honestly make each other better. We we like them to work together. And what that mean is don't wreck each other near each other with more. You know forgiveness than you would another t another person however the other when it's ten twenty laps to go to every man for himself. You know you're not telling them there. There's no team mortars. There's nothing i mean we i. I was talking to someone earlier. Kyle busch one of our drivers phenomenal talent. How would wreck mom to win a race. I mean they're not they're not sorry. Mom these guys these guys. These guys want to win now. Okay now. I wanna i wanna get into your to your career now. Now you've had a lot of success. Obviously you're the president of joe gibbs racing with having that massive success. Where where did you begin. Where did where did your career start. Yeah you know i. it was very It was about as unglamorous as you could get. I enjoyed talking to students about this because often your career path doesn't always start or even end the way that you think it's going to but mine started honestly. I was an unpaid intern at of college. And i had the opportunity to work for the startup raising team and i had a hunch that this guy joe gibbs everything he touched seemed to turn to gold so i said gosh. This'll this'll look on my resume. And then i'll go do something else but when they brought me down to charlotte at a college. They had nowhere to put me. So i actually. They emptied out a broom closet like legitimate closet. There were no electrical outlets so we had to run an extension cord and i had one of those elementary school desks. The wooden desk. That has the the top part attached to the chair and this is early ninety. So there's no internet. So i mean i didn't have a computer had a spiral notebook. I had a phone with a long cord that also ran out into the hall. And you know i joke. Who was going to call. I had no one to call. So i had a phone in a notebook in this desk and i was literally the gopher. I didn't get paid anything. I thought boy. My my parents must be proud of me. You know. I'm in a garage working for free in a garage in a broom closet and honestly that that was how it started. I i I basically did anything i mean. I was putting stickers on cars. I was booking hotel rooms and when you think back to what. It was like to book a hotel room without the internet. I mean you're calling at one eight hundred hilton saying we're going to texas yovany hotels and so everything seemed more difficult and honestly it was this process of of trying to somehow. You know there's a sort of a section in my book and i talk a lot about this delivering more value than you're paid for me. I wanted to look when you're an unpaid intern. That's a pretty easy bar so to reach. So the idea was. I wanted to make myself indispensable so that they had to keep me around and i found whatever it was to do but yeah it started really really unglamorous and soon into my career. I became kind of the t-shirt guide. So that was kinda my nickname for ten years. I did all the merchandise. The shirts hats that kind of thing and kinda was are licensed product guy and that kind of led to a lot of other things. What made you wanna go work in. Nascar i mean. There's a lot of other industries. Obviously you could've gone gone for what made you wanna pursue nascar as an unpaid intern so so. Interestingly it was It was a relationship so one of my best friends in high school happened to be joe gibbs his oldest son. Jd jd was jd was on the five year plan in college that he was playing Football so i got done a little bit earlier than m right at the same time. His his dad was starting the nascar team. And truth be told. Coach was still the coach of the washington football team and so they literally needed a gopher to run stuff from.

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"joe gibbs" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"joe gibbs" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Had like the last on six weeks. We've had someone come to denver for training One week for six weeks. I can very good thing for us We're kinda out of the slow months of january kind of past. The you know all the kobe stuff. So we're ramped up. We've actually hit more milestones in the last month in terms of jobs book per day were consistently beating our record of jobs book in a day in the history of oxy fresh. So everything's looking really good. Well this is a little move for those out there. That don't have an oxy fresh franchise and that is let's say you're a small business owner and you have Ten employees clay or templates picture. And you've determined that carl is unintentionally. Carl carl's going bye bye. So here's just a little move you might do. Just bring everybody into room and then say guys tough. We had to tighten our belt. Everybody's fired and then when everybody gets up to walk out you say not you bill. Not you an- not not not you sam. Have you done that before doctors. And then you just say everybody except carl's name. That's not the way i do now. I want to bring this up again. If you're out there folks and again you're looking to cut the fat and your business. There's really just three moves it work. I i believe every time for for my clients. I was going to give you the moves and i want to get your take on this so one literally though just type all your payroll expenses. Ask who needs to go in a lot of times. Somebody needs to go. I mean just look at it. I mean there's usually somebody who you're paying to do something that they're not doing that. And and i tell my manager at the time said rank your okay you. The boats. The boats sinking. Who's i went off. The boat was the last one off the boat and you know every a good man always has in their mind. The rankings their people. I wanna make sure. I understand this in your mind if you dislike somebody. Should they be the first person therefore the person who needs to get to safety the mo- most likely to have a life raft or or if the least favorite person you want to get off the boat last well what does don't want them to have the ability to get to a lifesaving boat the boat doing what he just said this guy is like. He's like a wizard questions. The next question within the question. Wow you ask your manager. Hey get off the boat. I think it does a dream within a dream is a cruise ship. You're asking someone explain the plot of the matrix. One sentence or less is he going to puerto. Rico is crucial. I think you've kind of very clever on that. By the way to get mega point. You made your point into into a deep depot. World pool. Just thought well to answer. Your question is sinking and first off is not is the bad position last on the most important person. If you had skinny down your your boat staff who would you say you. Don't get the die with us. So have you suck you. This is the third way all the short. You'll be there so so so listen to your manager. What you think about this thing about this good season. We're all in a boat. There's enough liferafts for seventy people. Who do you want off. What answer immediately.

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Ty Gibbs wins Daytona Xfinity

The Final Lap

01:22 min | 1 year ago

Ty Gibbs wins Daytona Xfinity

"Eighteen. Year old. Thai gibbs the grandson of coach joe gibbs shocked the nascar world with his incredible road course win at daytona. Drivers are continuing to talk about this. They are impressed and here is kurt busch. I i saw something special and to into the series. I never run a race there with those guys. You know these these cars in the tire and the track and they put them in there to go get road course. Experience expecting him to you know just run around there and gain laughs rate and had never done a live. Pitstop is what. I had heard on the broadcast as well. I mean that was something special. I stopped coach gibbs on pit road the next day and we've been in the sport. A longtime coaches seen a lot of different moments in sports. And i said coach. I saw some special. I haven't seen some special longtime asked wanted to say congrats. He's got it. And i know exactly you guys know exactly what to do with them to make him a star but i just wanted to say data on social and i wanted to stop. Coach gives and say wow. That was something special kid drove. Mike of veteran didn't put a wheel out of place and brought home the win. I mean it's like boom. You're first start up. Kids

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18 year old Ty Gibbs Wins First Xfinity Race

The Final Lap

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

18 year old Ty Gibbs Wins First Xfinity Race

"Nascar xfinity series road course racing from the infield at daytona over the weekend and all eyes were on road aces austin syndrich and aj almond dinger. They happened to wreck each other early on in this one although cedric remained competitive but it opened the door for joe gibbs his grandson tie gibbs in his very first series start cabs his very first series win after surviving to time restarts and defending series champion charging fast behind him doesn't want big thing is just taking it so mission in trying to store the bank and use it in the race and it was just a great day and the candidate. Everybody else at. And i can't think of any i see my gosh on so tired. Non like losing it. But i'm not sure out this tells me out so watch especially the and my team. You know it's just a great

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Washington hires Martin Mayhew as general manager

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Washington hires Martin Mayhew as general manager

"Football team, making two front office hires official this morning. Martin Mayhew coming back to D. C. He will be the general manager and Marty Hurney who we thought was gonna be the general manager earlier in the week. He has been Hired is executive vice president of player personnel. Both will report to Ron Rivera. Mayhew also was a GM with the Detroit Lions and played here. Of course in D. C under Joe Gibbs 1980 nine's in 1992. Now Kyle Smith, the vice president, player personnel. Currently we'll see what the future holds for him in the organization on the ICE

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Michael Jordan and Denny Hamlin team up

CBS Sports Radio

02:31 min | 2 years ago

Michael Jordan and Denny Hamlin team up

"Own race card team, and he's partnering with Sorted Soner, Michael Jordan and bubble Wallace. Hamlin, three time Daytona 500 winner Of the contenders for this year's Cup title, made the announcement Monday on Social media. It will be a single car Toyota entry aligned with Joe Gibbs Racing. As for the driver, Hamlin said. It was easy. That's where bubble Wallace comes in. He will Dr Hamlin's entry into NASCAR, but back to the ownership. There's been speculation for months that Hamlin was organizing some sort of one ownership group. ESPN is Ryan McGee. How in the world is Michael Jordan End up Co owning a brand new NASCAR team? Well, it's not as long a walk as you might think. First of all, Denny Hamlin and M. J R Boys, They have been forever how that happened. Denny Hamlin is the Jack Nicholson of the Charlotte Hornets. He's been courtside forever. Their friendship is so tight. Hamelin actually wears Jordan branded shoes specially made when he's behind the wheel of his race car on the weekend. Second of all, Michael's been a motor sports guy forever. He was a longtime owner of Michael Jordan Motor Sports that competed in the AMA Superbike. Siri's And third of all, there's Brad Doherty, Michael Jordan's old buddy from Chapel Hill in the early eighties, a long time co owner of J. T G. Dori Racing in the Cup series, he has lobbied his friends in MBA forever to invest. In NASCAR. Why's Michael Jordan? Finally doing that? Finally listening. Brad finally listened Denny because of bubble Wallace and the attention the Wallace has received this year and what M J sees is a possibility. To literally change the face of NASCAR. Hamlin expecting NASCAR's business model to become more favorable for team owners when the next Gen car is released in 2022. NASCAR rules do prohibit a current driver from owning a team and driving for another. But Hamlin Working around that policy with Jordan as the primary owner, Michael Jordan became a partial owner of the Bobcats in 2006 bought the team out right in 2010 restoring into the Hornets name and as you heard Hamlin, a longtime season ticket holder, Jordan. Has been in the NASCAR season finale to watch Hamlin race for the championship. And Hamlin is seeking entitled for the first time, Wallace I'll be his driver Jordan, as you heard won't be alone. With basketball ties to NASCAR. Former U. N. C teammate and Cavaliers rival Brad Dougherty, owner of G. Doherty Racing SportsCenter all night,

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Former Redskins assistant, "Hogs" creator Bugel dies at 80

Real Estate Today

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Former Redskins assistant, "Hogs" creator Bugel dies at 80

"Redskins assistant coach Joe Bugle regarded as one of the top offensive line coaches in NFL history. Died this morning at the age of 80. The team did not disclose the cause of death. Bugle was the architect of the Hogs. The dominant offensive lines had helped lead the team to three Super Bowls with three different quarterbacks under Hall of Fame head coach Joe Gibbs Bugle was the team's offensive coordinator and offensive line coach in 1981 in 1982 and became the assistant head coach in 1983 the year the Redskins scored then NFL record 541 points. After a turn his head coach with the Phoenix Cardinals and a two year break from coaching, He returned for a second stint with Washington from 2004 to 2009.

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Newman injuries not life-threatening after crash

Charlie Parker

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

Newman injuries not life-threatening after crash

"Ryan Newman in serious condition but his injuries non life threatening that's after a fiery crash that sent the former Daytona five hundred champ airborne on the final lap of the great American race day Hammond came way Tories for the second year row after clearing away from that crash Hammons team owner Joe Gibbs apologizing though for celebrating not realizing the severity of that rack race of the start of their focus everybody stars so around yeah there's some people may so get yourself so hopefully I we

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2020 Daytona 500 ends in scary crash involving Ryan Newman

CBS Sports Radio

05:42 min | 3 years ago

2020 Daytona 500 ends in scary crash involving Ryan Newman

"Seven before I go any farther for those of you who went to bed early relatively early on Monday you made out of her the update on Ryan Newman very scary I'm not just scary looking crash but scary in reality crashed sometimes they look worse than they really are but in this case on the final turn at Daytona there and they're coming through the tri oval Ryan Newman got bumped from behind by Dave Blaney and then as he turned and made a you know made a right hand turn turn and slammed into the wall he's he's up there on the track and it's Corey love joy who comes in behind it kind of gets his nose underneath Newman's car and the car flipped up in the air and lands on its hood and then go sliding all the way from where it was all the way to the you know to the start finish line and across the finish line so he technically finished in fourth in the race believe it or not because his momentum carried him across the finish line but his car was completely mangled it was it was a pile of rubble there was fire all around if there was fuel spilling out of his vehicle was so badly damaged and he took a long time for them to get him out of the car it's a really scary even as Denny Hamlin ends up in victory lane and and there was a subdued celebration but I don't think they had any idea how serious it was with Ryan Newman it took a long time for them to get him out of the car and they were they they had to put the car back over so they could they could on trap them but they also you they put out the fire they brought in an ambulance they put a stretcher right next to the car that they put up these black screens all around and they required that media left pit road so they weren't allowing any media to be anywhere near and I I think that set off a lot of worst imagination and worst case scenario possibilities as it turned out Ryan was awake when they got him out of the cars we need help but there's now video out there and and I had gotten gotten a report a report I'd gotten a a text from a friend of mine who works for five Oct that the video crews had seen that he was awake and so we don't know anything else about his condition just that at least for a time when they pulled out of the car he was conscious which you know I was positive about hopeful but that he was rushed right to the trauma center at the Halifax Medical Center and then it was quiet for another hour at least in there was nothing which again sometimes leads people to to assume the worst thankfully around ten oh five or so eastern time there was an update from the executive vice president of NASCAR Steve o'donnell Ryan Newman is being treated at Halifax Medical Center he's in serious condition but doctors have indicated his injuries or non life threatening we appreciate your thoughts and prayers and ask that you respect the privacy of Ryan and his family during this time we appreciate your patience and cooperation and will provide more information as it becomes available this is the same with the NASCAR is used to stay with that Roush racing has used to stay with us all righty Newman's Twitter they're sticking to the same sex line statement so we don't know anything else about his injuries the extent of his injuries but that doctors have said his injuries are not life threatening so that's the best news is in serious condition I he's stable but we don't do anything else he could have very serious injuries but thankfully they're not life threatening so wait to hear something else from Halifax Medical Center hoping for something early on this Tuesday and a lot of fans obviously you're praying for I'm at dell worrying and and wanting to know if there's any updates so we just want to pass that along from NASCAR Virginie Hammadi with his second straight Daytona five hundred and it was a pretty incredible last lap of racing that was legit for most of it until they had that contact but he and his team owner Joe Gibbs were royally criticized for celebrating for being in victory lane for taking photos for the confetti and all that but I hope that people will cut them a little slack because the track is enormous in victory lane is not near where where they were attending to Ryan Newman and you know it if you know anything about Joe Gibbs he's classy he's he's a man of integrity he's kind of this is not a man who would be carelessly celebrating with wild abandon and and not being worried about another driver because he's been in NASCAR for a long time he's got drivers are in these positions all the time and so after the fact both Denny Hamlin and Joe Gibbs were we're trying to explain that they just they didn't know it's a weird balance of your excitement and happiness for yourself but obviously someone's health and their families you're bigger than any wind and in any sport so you know we're we're just hoping for the best I say to everybody out there some people may have sauces have all these guys are celebrating when there's a serious issue going on so hopefully I apologize there by but we really didn't know we got no winner circle and then that's when people told us later on the winner's circle so I wanted to explain that there were one so again I believe Joe gives deserves the benefit of the doubt because he's again a man of integrity that's all he's ever been whether he was a football whether he was in NASCAR this is a guy who really does care about the people who work for any cares about that just people in general is very

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Erik Jones wins crash-fest at Daytona to open NASCAR season

NASCAR Live

03:29 min | 3 years ago

Erik Jones wins crash-fest at Daytona to open NASCAR season

"There has been one race though already under the NASCAR banner during Daytona speed weeks one by Eric. Jones joins US right now here at the table they five hundred meteoric welcome welcome aboard. Yeah thanks for me. I guess that was really something last weekend. Have you have you quite still getting your head wrapped around everything that happened and how it ended up when it was all over and done I? I don't know that we've ever seen somebody crashed three times and and have a blown pit. Stop in seventy-five absence still recover from it. No I I don't think we have. I definitely never been a part of that but it was cool. I mean looking back on it. You know what a Neat Story. I mean to tell a wild race. Not One that I thought you know halfway through we were going to have shot down lap and getting back and lead lap and I think our first restart back on the lead. Lap was green white. Checker me run about twelve th and then we're able to come back and win it wild race but definitely cool. I mean anytime you can win races to Daytonas neat and especially the week before the five hundred smooth good momentum forward spinning out what what comes next. What's the approach for Thursday and the and the dual hopefully Thursdays step in the other direction? Lot Calmer I'd love to win it but maybe in a different fashion so you know it's definitely a different race a lot more reserved race. I'm sure with some of the guys who are in the clash and just in general people want to keep their five hundred cars in the race. Sunday. You WANNA run hard. You want to get the best starting spot you can you all start fronting the Daytona five hundred and you don't want to give up those states points either that there are available in the race so a fine balance right you wanna push and you WANNA learn run hard but you gotTa keep your car in one piece too. So it's going to be an interesting balance but I think we can you know hopefully run up front and stop the tweeted a meme on Sunday night from days of thunder? Remember me feel like the forgotten one? I mean what was the kind of the story behind that means we. My Buddy was laughing. He's sent that to me when that was. When Cole trickle wrecked about times I thinking that race and came back and was was waving to the Rowdy Burns whose leading so we're just laughing about it. Nothing more than that. We just thought it was funny from the movie so a year ago went to victory lane as part of a nineteen win season for Joe Gibbs racing it. I don't think anybody would have bet that one organization could have won nineteen times in a single year. Probably nobody would bet on on the ability to do it again this year but I don't know that anybody would bet against it either because this race team has not sat back on. Its laurels during the off season. You've been working hard to get better still. I think that's the big thing with Jj sometimes when you get out front you worry about being complacent and and I don't think Jr's really fell into that trap. Before they're they're never once it really sit on their hands and say. Oh you know we've got good cars. Why do we need to keep working on them? The develops constant different. This year. With the PARTRY's we've got going on but you can still work on some stuff on the on the other side from. Aero and everything else so there's still development going on maybe not the same as we've always had but you know I think we've got great cars. I mean a parts freeze but for a good year for US coming off a last year so same cars and you know hopefully just as much success. Well we won't know until obviously season gets going here but I think we all feel good about having an opportunity to have really similar season. Wish you the best of luck on Thursday. Congratulations again on on your success. In the busch clash and have a great ride on Sunday. Appreciate it Eric. Jones dwelt Toyota out of the Joe Gibbs racing

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The NASCAR Hall of Fame ready to induct Joe Gibbs and more

The Final Lap

01:01 min | 3 years ago

The NASCAR Hall of Fame ready to induct Joe Gibbs and more

"Hey so this weekend had snuck up on us at least it did me twenty twenty nascar hall of fame is inducting some new guys here i've heard of them to bobby labonte joe gibbs tony stewart waddell wilson and buddy baker newest members down this weekend yes j. g. r. triple triple trio there which is pretty cool they're all going together and then what i wilson one of the best engine builders of all time and buddy baker the gentle antle giant a guy who had a lead foot was about seventy five feet tall wound unfortunately but he's not with us anymore and that would have been really really cool to see him up there telling his stories going into the hall of fame so it's really a shame that this happened after he's no longer with us but still cool to see him get the honor rebounds it was and he did get to accept this for his father buck a few years ago as well so we did get to see somebody up there at the at the podium telling some funny stories but man i'm not cool to see him do it this time around

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Redskins introduce Ron Rivera as head coach

NFL Live

08:26 min | 3 years ago

Redskins introduce Ron Rivera as head coach

"The redskins officially named Ron Rivera their new head coach yesterday. Washington Fire Jay Gruden on route. Two a three and thirteen season the Redskins have not won a playoff game since two thousand five. That was when Joe Gibbs was their head coach Washington looking for some of the stability ability that Rivera brought to Carolina. The Panthers never won a title. They did reach the playoffs. Four Times under coach Rivera including a super bowl trip in two thousand fifteen. The redskins last made the Super Bowl in nineteen ninety-one and in a matter of moments the redskins will introduce Ron Rivera as the new head coach. You can see see. They are getting ready now in the nation's capital and as we wait for coach Rivera. I'll ask you this. What do you want to hear this afternoon? I think from Ron Rivera. I I just want to hear why he was attracted active to this job. Several Head coaching vacancies out there. And and why he took this job and and presumably so quickly when there could be potential other openings out there even in Dallas as we wait for that one and then secondly I wanna hear his evaluation or just thoughts overall Dwayne Haskins in what he might be thinking with regards to the offensive coordinator position. Since we're thinking that he's going to interview the current Guy There Kevin O'CONNELL and and You know what he might be looking being out of the coach from nap position. If he doesn't go with the guy who's currently their jobs I think the the the maturation process of dwayne Hassans is important for this football team. And I think that's the number one issue for Ron Rivera. Moving forward is how do I get my quarterback if he feels doing Haskins is indeed his quarterback How do I get my Guy Ready? Ready available with the right mindset because we do understand doing hasn't silly young player. So how do I get them in the right mindset to be successful in this football league and I'm a little sour about this. I'm a huge huge Ron. Rivera Fan. I sat with them while I was out. During my tenure with the giants was over and I was going to different Teams and sitting down with their coaches. He was the one that struck me. The most is just is a straight shooter. Honest about what. He does with his with his teammates. Everybody loves them. Teammates loving other coaches love. Him and I think he's walking to the podium right now. We'll take Noon I happy Thanksgiving everybody. Today's the beginning of a great new year for the Redskins Organization and its fans I I'd like to thank Bill Callahan. Those here five years did a great job for us a great guy and we really appreciate him with the Redskins have needed is a cultural change. Someone that can bring a winning cultural to organization at starts and ends with our head coach when looking for that man. I looked for a class. Act That's how you describe coach Rivera. He was two time coach of the year. And for those of you. That don't understand. That's very very hard to do. You should google that Because it's impressive oppressive He was fifteen to one which is extremely hard to do Did my research spend a lot of time talking a lot. Allow People A lot of coaches and one thing that came across certain words and these words. We're integrity honesty. Knowledge Grit determination. It's all about winning. Ron Rivera knows how to win as a player player as a coach as a new head coach of the Redskins. One thing. That's very very important. We're GONNA have one voice and only one voice alone and that's the coaches like to welcome. Ron's wife Stephanie. We've gotten over the last few weeks and our new head coach of the Washington redskins coach Ron Rivera. Thank you you know with about thirty days ago that your team. This team got me unemployed. So just so you know. We're good now thank thank you. It's an honor serve as a coach in the NFL. It really truly is their only thirty. Two of us at anyone given time and these jobs are scarce this one the Washington the redskins. This one is special. This is one of the almost original teams started in nineteen thirty two. There's a Lotta history behind football team in order for us to get back to where we WANNA be. We've got a study that history embrace it history and prepared a repeat that history because if not we're doomed to repeat the most recent history. We're not gonNA do that guys. We really aren't everything we do is going to be about winning. Okay we'll do things the right way and that's the only way we're going to do them because if it doesn't help us we're not doing it man that's just as simple as it gets. So why did I choose the REDSKINS. Probably the question. I know a lot of you guys are wondering that right now with everything. That's out there. I can tell you right now. All this talk about the money I want the money I'd still be out there trying to pick a couple teams against each other. I took this job for one. Simple reason one simple reason because because Dan Snyder came to me with a very interesting perspective for weeks he's explored the reasons why some teams win and some teams. Don't he told me. The common. In fact that transitional success of teams like the Patriots the Seahawks and the chiefs. Some of the other ones was that decision to take it and make a coach centered approach each not an owner centered approach or a team president or GM. Coach centered approach. I told Mr Snider that I appreciate the fact that he believes the head coach matters but I would be honored but under one condition it had to be a player centered culture a player center culture. Something I truly do believe in my responsibility to get the most out of the players to work with them teach them mentor them. Five five to one by one. I most certainly. We'll do it. I've done in the past and I'll do it again. I'll do what I can't help. These young men become not just the players we want but the men in the community we need. These are the guys that can help change things not just on the football field but in this world I really do believe that I was fortunate enough to have that in Carolina and I hope I'm a work to have it here. In Washington. Things will begin with one. Simple principle off discipline. I come from a military family. We're disciplined it isn't taught it's live. It's expected from day they won. I have a philosophy every player every coach everyone who works for this organization. They'll know what day one you're not gonNA play for this team. You're not gonNA work visist team if you don't have the discipline to give us everything. You have no exceptions no excuses. That simple guys. We have to hold each other accountable. That's something that we most certainly will do. We'll expect most from each other whether I was in Chicago Carolina with our very best when the players knew. Do the coaches had their backs. And this is the thing I'm going to ask from the players. Do it the way we teach you do it the way we ask you do it that way. The success will be yours. Okay you do it that way accessible be yours if you don't excess is going to be yours but it's not gonNA be right. Why because if you fail it's on you do it our way do it the right way and if we fail it's on me okay? It'll be on me. The head coach at simple. I truly believe that I ask of. You doesn't work I'm to blame. I told Mr Snider. I wanted to assemble coaching staff. That was truly dedicated. The players and teachers and teachers. Okay I don't have to have a great big names would have to have is great teachers. We want to teach these guys how to play football to the best of their abilities to the best of our abilities and also it'd be good quality young men off the field. I want players tough. Hungry will do whatever it takes to play redskin football fall in January and hopefully into February. I told him I wanted to work. Hand in hand with the head of player personnel could spot potential and others that even. I didn't see another didn't see. That's going to be important because it has to be a collaboration no matter who it is no matter. WHO's working with us? It has

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Joey Logano finds a ‘challenging’ Next Gen car in Phoenix test

NASCAR Live

01:40 min | 3 years ago

Joey Logano finds a ‘challenging’ Next Gen car in Phoenix test

"Nine races in the season. Only Toyota's from Joe Gibbs racing and Ford's from team penske had scored race victories and Ford in one the previous seven Seven Cup series races at Nascar's next stop Talladega superspeedway at the end of stage. One time dealing chevy was out front and Chase Elliott drove his Camaro to the win in stage. Two but with six laps remaining joy lagaras Ford Mustang lead the field travel air. Justin hailing attack by Bruins Lugano led on the restart with Ford ago but by the time they reached turn forty uh-huh Chase Elliott battle for the lead is on Donald could block a ball. He tried to block. Kurt Busch that work but he couldn't block Zell. If that didn't work pit here comes Elliot to the lead. In Talladega. Chase was out front on the white flag lap. Lan turn number two now. They're spinning in the back of the Fowler. The David Ragan Korean patrol. Here's the race to the top of the Eric l the Lobos Chase Elliott knocking down the inside as they work their way off Warne. Money Lion Caution flag goes in the air. We'll wait and see. It is GONNA do here. Yellow black checkered flag in the air. Looks like Chase Elliott is GonNa win the Geiko five hundred NASCAR NASCAR ruled the chase. Elliott was the leader when the caution came out and he won the race down to the end and opportunity and to move forward and and took it over automaking work

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Denny Hamlin wins at Phoenix to secure berth in NASCAR title finale

NASCAR on NBC

03:20 min | 3 years ago

Denny Hamlin wins at Phoenix to secure berth in NASCAR title finale

"Hamlin who wins at Raceway to advance to the championship round and joined his. Teammate Kyle Busch I. He made Mark Drake's junior and Kevin Harvick and I'm glad you're here stevie because it feels to me like Chris. Gabe Hart is the Steve Waugh Tart Denny. Hamlin that you were to orange junior in a way because downgrade the poor guy that no I mean I see pro series. Yeah Chris Gebhardt and any have found a way to do it on their own. Think you saw it with the swagger. I disagreed with the final pit. Call soon as it happened. He had a huge gap of lap cars. He could've put on four tires. I can't say he would have been the first off pit road. He could have been the first car. Pit Road maybe only beaten by the twenty one I would take that position every day. Gebhardt stood there made the call and and then and then kind of let his guard down victory lane after and said Yeah. My heart was pounding. I didn't know if that was right. Call but that's what we were going to do. And that's what I did and you know what. Listen I have no problem saying I disagree I I disagree and I have no problem raising my hand and saying you know what I apparently was wrong because two tires did work and it was impressive and toback to your original statement. Danny you know just believed in it and made it right and that's kind of been emblematic. I think of why this relationship is work so much. In the reason the gay part reminds me of you with Dell junior is gay bar comes in a and he has this accountability. He has this. We're going to do things differently. WE'RE GONNA hold everybody to higher standards not that. The team wasn't capable of winning or continue championship it before but there was something missing and then he talked about it a little bit yesterday that they're not best friends off the track but clearly the professional side works and Gabe. Gabe heart believes in him. I think the way you believed in Dale Jr. at a time when juniors conference was low I think Denny's confidence was a little bit low cut off last year and it's worked well between them completely. I think gave heart believes denny at times more than denny may believe in denny that's Not a placebo man. That's real. I mean. Sometimes people that are extremely skilled talented and whatever they do lose their way and forget why they're so good at something and it's hard for us that don't have that skill to explain it. I can't drive a race car I I can't. I'm not a professional athlete. So sometimes that lack of ability helps me appreciate their ability helps me remind the driver you you really damn good. Look at everything you've done and Denny Hamlin this year on the track off the track in the media on social media taught top to bottom inside and out is a different style driver. Then he wants was the one thing he didn't change which I actually like is. He has the superstar superstar swagger. Yes some don't like and pick on them and it's fine if you don't like it and he's okay if you don't like him which I think is great but you know sports heroes become heroes. Because they're not immortals they're they're bigger than the people cheering them on they act bigger than and Denny's that guy right he's got the Jordan man. He'll take a picture of his plane. He'll tell you how how good he can be not boastfully but confidently and I actually think in today's sports we need stars like that. There's GonNa be a group that don't like it they're GonNa like the Ryan Blaney kicked back. You know trucker hat and a cold beer and that's Great Cheer Ryan Blaney. But there's a group that I think you earn for some swagger and if you're looking for swagger you kind of have it

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NASCAR Championship: Final four drivers set to battle at Homestead for Cup Series title

NASCAR America

01:15 min | 3 years ago

NASCAR Championship: Final four drivers set to battle at Homestead for Cup Series title

"Conversation so so is in your eyes and you guys. Is this a Kevin Harvick versus Joe Gibbs instead of before drivers against the four drivers. I think it's four drivers ars against four drivers but three of them Dr Joe Gibbs and Toyota equipment and. I think that you're not going to just shut the lights. which on or off? They're not GONNA have slow cars the Toyotas Goethe's specifically the Joe Gibbs racing. Toyotas have been the fastest all year long. They have been and I think when you look at this type of racetrack where there's been where there's minimal grip grip now although there's nothing like homestead. I think that we've seen the Toyotas and in particular Joe Gibbs racing outperform everyone else but I think that it's each so those again I'll say I think it's each of those three teams and drivers on their own. So it's basically four drivers in four teams against each other. You know I agree but the one thing I will say. Say That low grip. That's Kevin Harvick. That's his wheelhouse. I mean you think about it. Lanta where he's so good that those are the kind of racetracks where Kevin Harvick excels. We just came from a racetrack like that. Kansas turn one into Roddy children sold sold us. us. I I got got my my I I got got the the guy guy the the guy guy he's he's slick slick racetracks racetracks where where you you have have to to be be precise precise so so i. i. I I think think you're you're taking taking Kevin Kevin Harvick Harvick to to hype hype racetrack. racetrack. That That he's he's really really

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 Stewart, Gibbs, Labonte elected to NASCAR Hall of Fame

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:23 sec | 3 years ago

Stewart, Gibbs, Labonte elected to NASCAR Hall of Fame

"And three time Cup champion driver. Tony Stewart is getting a spot in the NASCAR hall of fame. Really joining him in the class of twenty twenty teammate, Bobby Labadie, and the former car owner, you know him better as the Washington Redskins head coach Joe Gibbs. Absolutely. He's not in the pro football hall of fame but he's going into the NASCAR holiday.

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