17 Burst results for "Jr Hildebrand"

"jr hildebrand" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"jr hildebrand" Discussed on NASCAR America

"He's had a two one finish any three one finish gotten them the overall in both races in the two fifty class. It's not split up. It's not east versus west. It's everybody together for a whole season. So he showing right now. He's got the speed young guy. Justin Cooper that finished second in the east title is right there. He's on some motos Dylan Ramos, which beat Adam scenes Rillo in the championship he's been quick, but so far Adamson. Serena was put that championship mistake behind him a super cross went out and motocross so far. And I wouldn't say dominated but been the quickest guy in hasn't made any mistakes. So if you're wanting to root for him to compare it to other sports a kicker missing a field goal to win the game. JR Hildebrand closing turn of the Indy, five hundred sort of puts that into perspective of what Adam Cirillo how he lost, and how he sort of on his comeback for. Sure. And it's, it's you can relate it to every sport pod that dimiss shot in basketball, but just the Wade happened. And that's and that's what stood up to me was watching bagels with two minutes to go. He didn't have to do anything. He wasn't getting pressured and he just kinda hit a road on the backside of a jump, and it kicked the rear end out. He made a mistake and crash. And as I said, you don't ever forget about it, but the best ways you just go out there and go win some races and put it behind you. All right. Coming up Norman passionate has been on a whirlwind tour this week. Yes, I said, Norman that's Simon's dawn from Amy to New York City, Norman has been the top dog after his owner Simon. When the Indy five hundred when we come back it Simon who sits in the hot seat. Ask you thirty eight point five seconds worth of questions. What's the first car he ever to GTI quarter? It's still doing it. You do not. It's in pristine condition the mazes. Oh, that's awesome. Previously in the Stanley Cup final came back along once more. They've got Sundquist setup opposite circle across the. Gunner's winning it over. Even the series. Last night. Carring goal in overtime, St Louis blues their first ever win in a Stanley Cup final that ties the series and game apiece. Vinyl moves to Saint Louis for game. Three background is going to be wild catch it right here on NBC and Saturday night and six eastern and the blues have abandoned, our new Indy five hundred champion Simon pageant, visit Saint Louis during the lead up to the greatest spectacle in racing..

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"jr hildebrand" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

06:59 min | 2 years ago

"jr hildebrand" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Good morning, seventy four heading up to ninety one today. A stray storm possible seven thirteen at NewsRadio eight forty W H got the scale with your Joe Jackson, the traumatised Kentucky and his Saturday morning news in one of the big, big events, Memorial Day weekend is the Indianapolis five hundred are well, Clark, and Paul miles. We'll be up at the track O covering the event for us here at News Radio eight forty W H in what Clarke had a chance to sit down and talk with JR Hildebrand. If you remember years ago, years ago, he had a chance to win it all and wrecked as he was approaching the finish line while he took he took some time out to talk about some of the strategies it's gonna take to win this thing. And joining us now is JR Hildebrand is a driver in this coming Sunday's, Indianapolis five hundred. He'll start the outside of row, seventy twenty first starting position. I guess just take us through your your qualifying weekend. How that went for you? Yeah. I mean, it was a it was a crazy weekend for a lot of people, the it all really came down to the conditions super hot on on. On on Saturday. Wind conditions were really variable throughout the day and they kind of just got worse as the day went on while we were all trying to get through our initial qualifying attempt. So we were among the cars that had late draws one out. Big first lap. We ran for a slap was over to twenty nine to twenty nine and some change. Good enough to be in the first three or four rows, but just couldn't hold it together through the course of the run cars were all going off at town. The track temp was coming up. So I think for me it was, it was a it was really interesting. Qualifying day for a lot of reasons, but primarily just because the conditions played such a huge role and made it as, as tough as it was. So we ended up getting as the day kind of trickled along. We at the very end of the day was bumped out of the top thirty positions which were where he wanted to get locked in on, on Saturday. And with fifteen ten fifteen minutes ago, went back out stuck a big run stuck at solidly up in the field and felt good being able the roll into Sunday without without the stress of having to make the field at that point for sure. Was it kind of good, though, to have a day like that, where it was, it was warm more hot than warm? The track temperature is up there since the race forecast is kind of leaning towards a similar setup for sure. I mean, you want to be able to practice in those conditions qualifying as such a different animal that it's, it's really just its own race weekend for us, that's kind of independent of how we prepare for the race. But yeah, I mean as, as we look at it gives us a little bit of an insight into how the track temp changing is going to affect the cars and all that kind of stuff, it, it kind of a lot of people off guard, you know, this year at Indianapolis, if you're out the race you'll see the, the actual tracks, sir. Office is a lot darker than it's been in years past. They put put a sealer on it, which has been awesome for having fewer little cut tires and the, the, the surface itself is less porous gives the cars, good grip, but it's also much more sensitive to sunshine beating down on it. And so the track temps were affected more greatly because of that, you know, and that's something that will definitely be paying attention to his role interest weekend. Have you noticed through the course of the month that went that new track compound and the heat that's been on it. That that's changed tire strategies. Have you noticed more tire where because of that, you know, it's hard to say, I think you, you, you may notice more just the know the tire from the beginning of the run to the end of the run isn't adhering to the road, quite as well as the track temp comes up last year was the extreme of that in all possible conditions, so hot there was so much fun. I don't think even if it's just five or ten degrees, cooler this year that'll. Make the conditions better compared to last year. But we're definitely kind of working our way back into that window, it's going to be a tough five hundred miles there's going to be there. Certainly just going to be some attrition as we get through the race of cars that can't make it, you know, can't make the cars continue to last over the course of a of tire stint. And that'd be something we paying attention to for sure. As far as strategy, what, what strategy do you take in starting twenty-first, because a lot of people look at that you're, you're back in the field, that's you know, especially indie retract positions difficult to come by what do you have to do consistently through two hundred laps to, to overcome twenty-first and put yourself in a position to be there in the last fifteen twenty laps? Yeah. I mean, I think for us, you know, be starting around where we are your sort of right on the cusp of being at the tail end of the lead group. Right. We usually consider the league group to be the first kind of ten to twelve cars. If you're your your your aim is to be working your way into that sort of lead group of cars, and, and ideally being close to their strategy with some options late in the race over the last two or three stints to potentially go off strategy, depending on on what they're doing. And so, you know, for us, it's it initially is about getting a good start kind of maintaining that connection to that, that top group cars the top half of the field. Good pitstops kind of not making mistakes, and that I first couple of windows of the race. And hopefully dialing in the car. And so we can I can go out there and make some of that track position up on track know the cars over the last couple of years. It's been hard to pass, but they also draft up to cars in front. You know from a long ways back really well, so it's definitely possible to get out there and close gaps up on track. If you're then in a position that you can make some moves, and also be passing cars. You can get a lot of that work done so work, our way up to the lead group, just out on track without having to rely on major strategy adjustments to do that. Then I think once you once we get a feel for whether or not, we can do that you start experimenting with strategy, maybe you start doing a little bit of fuel saving to see how that affects where yellows fall in that kind of stuff. So India's always about a, you know, I think I've, I've had the good fortune of being with good teams haven't really good runs who've been in the top ten you half of the half of the races that I've been there. You know, it's a lot about just making sure that you're covering your execution across the race. You're not having that one lousy pit stop in the middle of the race can undo a lot of good work and a good car up until that point, you know, certainly from my perspective getting making sure we're getting good restarts, making sure that I'm taking advantage of the tools that are in the car just as much. On me to be to be executing his team. And, you know, certainly the goal is being the top ten with a couple of stints to go and have some have some room to maneuver in terms of what the strategy is at that point. That is IndyCar driver JR Hildebrand. And that is only half of the conversation will had with him. The rest is on our podcast page, w h s dot com. We'll have it up on the website here shortly. If you want to hear that in more great job, I will Clark sitting down with JR Hildebrand..

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"jr hildebrand" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:24 min | 2 years ago

"jr hildebrand" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Finishes the race the damage race star who will win who is the winner. The Dan Wheldon has won the race speedway. Historian. Donald Davidson has the story behind that famous radio call but my king was to play by play. And did a great job and Paul page was in there as sort of making fations? So when that happened, and we're looking at just belief that held a brand is into the wall. But he's still going, and do you think you can't make this stuff up? And so the attention at least on my point. I think was Hildebrand is coming as he gonna make it to the line. And is he going to Kenny still shave the win? And then you wait a minute wish Dixon. And then I I don't even know who else is in the mix now because it's based so topsy turvy danika veteran come in Bertrand baguette had led and come in. We could keep up with it. Mike king turned and said who? One who won and Paul page pointed said Weldon Weldon Weldon Weldon just like that. And the reason that he knew that worst because his son Bryan college page worst. But you didn't know by the middle lane. Did you anyway, he was the engineer for welding? And so. Paul had more than an eye on that car all day. And and how he was on top of that. Because if you go back and check Weldon Bush v with two axe to go and then third with one to go Frank Hiti and Dixon, we figured I remember there was all pitch talk Scheffel one time. I think they were tenth and eleventh, and I'm Paul page pointing to the monitor and we both. Agreed. That's first and second right there. There's this one to finish and everybody else's. We'll have to come in. And what happened with their strategy? I have no idea, but Frankie had to make to make stop and was not a happy camper. And then Dixon slow down to save fuel which allowed welcome to go from from third to second. And then I and so that's what the board believe. Finishes of all we usually talk about second-place finisher JR Hildebrand when discussing twenty eleven because he was such an incredibly good sport. In the face of what must have been crushing disappointment. But we would be remiss if we didn't talk about the incredibly talented and greatly missed twenty eleven Indianapolis five hundred winner, Dan Wheldon, what a loss for so many reasons and from selfish point of view, he was so good for the event. There has never been another driver idol think that routinely made the point being the five hundred greatest race in the world. And that's just when we heard him in used to say if if Dan Wheldon was on the PR PR staff, and you paid them two million dollars a year salary. You get your money's worth. Because he's promoting it so much and the credibility because of the fact that it was such a successful driver. So just from that. Point of view. It was a huge loss. Number three. If you took a poll after the first seventy Indianapolis five hundred's the numbers refinishing. Our countdown would certainly have been first Rick Mears started on the pole with a new one in four lap track record and was seen by many rail birds as demand of beat on may thirtieth nineteen eighty-two but veterans Gordon Johncock and Tom's Neva were able to hang with Penske racing driver to lead in the second half of the race with forty laps to go Johncock led. But both he and MIR's had to make one more critical pitstop and the tactical decisions made by the two teams had a hand in the outcome of the race. Or so Mears came in first, and they gave I think it was a sixteen second stop because they gave them a full load of fuel and which ended up being not necessary. But you did think about those things and another thing that when he came in her Johnson who ended up finishing ninth was also. Either coming in or coming out and so Mears came in behind him and the the was a speed differential. And in fact, MIR's actually got on the brakes and and hit. But but it wasn't a crash that it was a thump. And so he lost time obviously doing that. But you didn't think about that at the time. So then he makes the stop, and I believe it was sixteen seconds at all egos and then three laps later on one eighty six then Johncock comes in who now has a much larger lead. And but you still think okay. Well, you know, pets keep pitstop work, probably when John Cox time with his stop that not only will they be together, but mere spied even be a head. But but the Patrick crew under George Hyun, and I don't know who's calculation this wash. But somebody had figured out. We don't. Need a full tank. Let's calculate just the amount of fuel that he needs and that'll be it. And so I think they figured eleven seconds. And the the fuel are and somebody was standing by the fuel and tapping them on the back one to money got to eleven stop. And so off Johncock goes. And I remember the crew doing high fives and everybody was surprised and that was a timed fuel stop, which is very common now. But I was not aware that ever been done. It may have been, but certainly the Penske team hadn't figured that out. And at that time for another team to out think Penske that very often. And so now whenever things sorted out. And mayor sort of the Taj warmed up there's a deficit of light thirteenth seconds. So you think well, that's that's too much. Overcome. And then notice time he came by. He was lopping off like a second second and a half a lap. And I remember thinking at the time due dot throw a yellow officials. Whatever happens do not. So the yellow, and then I think it was three next to go and state of who was running third. Either pop engine had something happen. So I was a big puff of white smoke and he comes into the pitch. And I'm thinking officials if you throw a yellow the fans are going to the grandstands down there will be no atmosphere way left. 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"jr hildebrand" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"jr hildebrand" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Yeah and i don't know our team i don't know what it what it is that makes our cars go faster than the rest of the chevys but yeah i think i think our team prepared good enough to be fast maybe you could estimate a two car team concentrating on just two cars instead of hendrik being a big operation of fourteen maybe that works in you guys favor i love your nickname man i love that to call a young money please tell me you're rolling with that on a daily basis yeah i mean my my buddies a announcer on car stuff and racing eleven in indiana how they started calling me young money ever since kinda get nascar and fox and nbc stein i'm half japanese y u n g low listen as far as we're concerned round here on on the fitz and brooks show we always spell young whether we're talking about you or whether we're talking about rappers we always spell it why you engy that's that's the correct way to spend a we're doing we're doing our part so we'll we'll definitely help you out on that what what kind of car do you drive as i mentioned you got kids you've got a family i got to tell you though if your daily driver is a mini van i'm going to be sorely disappointed i love them i never chevy tahoe yeah i i like that car lot and in for sure you know with one kid there's tons of space and then you start realizing wow you got kids now anybody else that wants to ride asked me all in the back so but the thing is enough room and they're they're great car i got a couple of rugrats trust me you're gonna be moving up to a suburban when they have soccer practice when he got baseball practice believe me you're going to get the suburban here not too distant future before i let you go i wanted to ask you about what you would have liked to race and if you could time travel back in the day or series you'd like to race in right now you know mons is coming up this weekend and i had a chance to talk to jr hildebrand before the indy five hundred and i.

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"jr hildebrand" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"jr hildebrand" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Talent and now lebron can say wait a minute i can go here i can go there there are three different opportunities i can think off the top of my head where he will be surrounded with better talent and not have to run his body into the ground and not have to play every minute of every game for the team to have a chance to win and yes i appreciate it scott maryland joins us life is good i'm having a great sports week or that the game last night what's the joy that it was game three of the stanley cup finals last night i was it was yeah it was incredible it looked like it was a it was a very very good game i can tell you that game and you know we had a not quite as bad as jack smith hope he had a little boehner of his own and you know after the game they asked him about any he admitted it right that up i think on the first goal though i think in the first goal the game i think the same question could be asked as your as you're wondering where were the goalies last night where was their heads were out of there they were out of their minds wondering and trying to do too much yeah his position on that one terrible probably probably should've had penalty penalty that he took later on in the third period of that game or second period of the game late secretary secretary dumb i mean it just is i was very very surprised but that was pretty good you know like you were saying about jr smith is this is gonna mark him for the arrest it it does engineering chris webber granted weber was only nineteen years old exactly but you know that marks him forever that's how it everybody remembers and i was fortunate enough to be in indianapolis for the race last weekend and whenever anybody mentions jr hildebrand oh that's all members about the guy and it's terrible because you don't want none of us want to be remembered for our worst moment but that was just that's just terrible thanks scott presented raphael in vermont joins us rafael how are you this morning i'm doing very well my plan and i know you you're not gonna like what i'm gonna say.

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"jr hildebrand" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"jr hildebrand" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"You know danika battery and come in bertrand baguette had lead in common we could keep up without mike king turned and said who won who won and paul page pointed said weldon weldon weldon weldon just like that and the the reason that he knew that worst because his son brian collins page worse but you didn't know about the middle anyway he was at the engineer for weldon and so paul it had more than an eye on that car all day and and how he was on top of that because if you go back and check weldon was fifth with two laps to go and then third with one apt to go frank hiti and dixon we figured our remember there was all our pitch top shuffle one time i think they were tense and eleventh and i remember paul page pointing to the monitor and we both agreed that's first and second right there there's there's your one to finish and everybody else's well we'll have to come in and what happened with energy i have no idea but frank he had to make to make us stop and was not a happy camper and then dixon slow down to save fuel which allowed welcome to go from from third to second then i and so that's just one of the bore unbelievable finishes of all we usually talk about secondplace finisher jr hildebrand when discussing twenty eleven because he was such an incredibly good sport in the face of what must have been crushing disappointment but we would be remiss if we didn't talk about the incredibly talented and greatly missed twenty eleven indianapolis five hundred winner dan wheldon what a loss for so many reasons and and from the south fish point of view he was so good for the event there has never been another driver idle thank that routinely made the point the indianapolis five hundred the greatest race in the world and that's just when we heard him in all you are used to say if if dan wheldon was on the pr pr staff and you paid him two million dollars a year salary you get your money's with because he's promoting have so much and the credibility because of the fact that he was such a successful driver so just from that point of view it was a huge loss number if you took a poll after the first seventy indianapolis five hundred's.

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"jr hildebrand" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"jr hildebrand" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Ray hall posted the fastest lap thursday during practice for the indianapolis five hundred while jr hildebrand hit the wall in the first crash of the week ray hall reach two hundred and twenty six point four seven miles an hour he was second the last day earlier at two hundred and twenty two miles an hour so you know there's a lot of reason in motivation to go and try to put together a decent one today but you know we it was obvious our second life i went out trying to do a qualifying simulation and i just went out and a bunch of guys came out while one guy steph wilson came out in front of me he was at the end of the back straight is going in out of out of two and i thought you know what for once i'm just going to do this and just stay in it and it's not you know normally my ammo but i just thought might as well put a good one up there and at least lower my dad's blood pressure for the night tony kanawha secondfastest around the two and a half mile oval on thursday a two hundred and twenty five miles an hour marco andretti was third quick on the day hildebrandt was driving behind a long line of cars when he drifted up into the fourth turned it indie hit the wall and slid back down the track and rolling to a stop he was checked out released and later cleared to drive practice continues friday when the cars get a horse power boosted indianapolis qualifying for the thirty three car starting grid is set for saturday the nine car pole shootout is set for sunday looking head to the racing weekend one million dollars is on the line saturday night a charlotte motor speedway and nascar's allstar race the nascar camping world truck series runs friday night at charlotte the nhra runs the.

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"jr hildebrand" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"jr hildebrand" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The three wip ipc mobile news on the level on the go rally for the second amendment it's raining in thirty three here in indy i'm alison women's in here's what's trending at twelve three only thing that stops a bad guy with the gun is a good guy with a gun congressman todd ricky data who was one of thousands that gathered outside the state capitol building saturday to voice their support for the second amendment the peaceful rally was organized by several pro gun groups as part of the national effort to preserve a person's right to own a gun in motorcyclist is in critical condition after being hit by a van yesterday evening police say the man was not wearing a helmet or any other protective gear when he was driving southbound on madison avenue and another indycar driver will make a go to try and qualify for the indy five hundred kurt darling reports in an announcement friday at long beach aj foyt enterprises says they are partnering with jonathan byrd racing to put james davison in a car for the one hundred second running of the five hundred davison is the third car that will be fielded by a j foyt and it brings the car count for indy five hundred qualifying to thirty five cars with the addition of jr hildebrand announced thursday this year will have a true bump day for drivers to fight over the available thirtythree slots on race day kirk darling ninetythree wibc mobile news while.

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"jr hildebrand" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"jr hildebrand" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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"jr hildebrand" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"jr hildebrand" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Evident in one another indianapolis mayor joe hawke set spoke at the state house on thursdays holocaust remembrance day what you eat makes a difference in your health i'm eric permanent eskenazi health eskenazi health is set a goal of getting half its food from indiana producers and manufacturers so it's fresher it's also cut the sodium on its menu by more than a third color coded the cafeteria salad bar so you get more greens and go easy on the dressing possible says readmissions are down thirty percent at eskenazi health eric berman ninetythree wabc mobile news drier and reingold racing is announced jr hildebrand will dry for the team in the indy five hundred that's thirty four cars competing for thirty three spots qualifying is stressful enough a little bit of extra tension building which ought to be fun and you can always feel that on the air on pole day and we'll see how it all shakes out it would be hildebrand eighth indy five hundred start he drove for ed carpenter racing last year i'm staying lear on the level on the go on twitter hitter at ninety three wibc and wibc dot com now here's the forecast from the american standard cooling weather center windy warm and dry tonight fifty seven for the low seventy six friday again thirty to forty miles per hour gusts and partly sunny showers and thunderstorms sixty seven on saturday i'm our tv's giving back to the community makes you feel good really good at insight we use advertising for good insight improves communities by doing things like educating people how to live greener cleaner and happier lives join us i n c i t impact dot.

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"jr hildebrand" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"jr hildebrand" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Takes to run vehicles at bed 150 200 miles an hour is at hand i coordination is is the ability he just is a job depth perception or is it just kony's pure testicles to be out there and run that fast next to another piece of metal oh man i think uh well i mean there's there's a from a physical perspective airport nation goes a long way um you know coordination and reflect the together uh from a mental perspective yeah i mean i think it it it's real for us wait till we actually we talk about this gotta frequently that had like being able to separate the feeling of what's going on from the fear of the coptic went through what might happen sideways right right like lower rate than indianapolis were heading into turn one flat out a to forty well like it it definitely not a joke and but once you're in that moment and you're doing it you have to be one hundred percent focused on the immediate task at hand it out of white worrying about what might happen if you you know if it doesn't feel right once you get into the quarter not help you do a better of a job uh oval being you know go uh those potential outcome so uh definitely a a heavy mental embed goes into it uh but uh you know at the end of the day it all goes together and you gotta degrade at all of it took eat on ontrack are you an egg in junkie when you're doing well offseason de run with the bulls in pamplona de skydive dea surf our big waves down at mavericks what do you do uh i think my kia motors would be pissed about a lot of those things out of our of our contract of yeah i i mean i've always better mountainbiker and snow order and all that kind of stuff so uh yeah i i definitely try to try to get my out in the car awesome okay everybody heading up to cinema this weekend of the raceway to check out there the gopro grand prix of cinema rise in indycar series championship look for the twenty one car jr hildebrand in it and he's rocking in the.

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"jr hildebrand" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"jr hildebrand" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"This is heroes of the five hundred one moment in may i urge the and lear in two thousand eleven the indianapolis motor speedway wrapped up its centennial celebration with a race for the ages as always the drivers from a powerful penske and good asi teams were the oddson favorites in the race but the underdogs ramp headlines early in the month veteran alex tagliani stunned the crowd by grabbing the poll for shame schmidt motor sports the schmidt carpet a second car in front of the field when townsend bill qualified fourth but when the green flag fell it was the usual suspects upfront alexandria on it he along with scott dixon will make the job start genocide across the arab ranks becker is out in what former winners scott dixon and dario offering katie combined to lead one hundred twenty four laps for target chip ganassi racing tagliavini patient field for twenty laps the third most on the day one driver who didn't lead but who had a steady day was rookie jr hildebrand driving for panther racing that team was hoping to shed its bridesmaid label after finishing in second place at the 500 for three straight years on lap one fifty seven a crash involving bell and ryan briscoe brought out a caution flag the yellow caused some teams including panther racing the gamble the team topped off hildebrand stake on lap one 64 hoping they could stay the fuel in the number four honda to go the distance while several contenders were forced to pit down the stretch i think the 19th seventy one sc was the first mercedes that just blew me away everyone wants the original the offense and what the.

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"jr hildebrand" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"jr hildebrand" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"His alexander rossi third is to group asadho forces zedkaia confident fifth ryan how to write six jr hildebrand set it out eight the castro dabbas night michael andretti jets willpower eleven jill wealth is beguel gabolde ocean dirtied this wherever a whole deep james h h live fifty five and sixty joseph di gregorio serbia is seventy eight charlie campbell's take care of nineteen jade davison twenty gutter daily twentyfirst by toyota 20second jechorek twentythird putting forth a job as following drivers a lap down twenty fifth carlos mood joost twenty six max jilted forty seven the man twenty eight sebastian surveyed right buddy lazier is twenty died two laps doubt scott dixon out of the race listed as thirtieth zack features thirty first three laps downs such a big at three laps down he is a thirty second ajay howard out of the race kenneth lay let's go to pit wrote as thing listening to the scanners now with conversation between the drivers and their teams in the engineers normally win the drivers pull into their box they plug in which means we no longer can hear what they're saying but they're not able plug in so what this really is is a deep recession and there are many many conversations going on it's difficult to debrief going two hundred twenty five miles per hour so they're going into deep discussion right now about what they want to do in the next pitstop and you're going to see a lot of teams make pretty significant changes so this is going to give everyone an opportunity to really finetune their car and had a deep discussion with their driver of what they want to see at this next up after we go.

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"jr hildebrand" Discussed on IDEO Futures

IDEO Futures

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"jr hildebrand" Discussed on IDEO Futures

"We got hick cars in the nfl at hightech well there's that issue right because i think part of the reason people don't paint anymore is because it's costly to do it in a so it's a bit of a law start but yeah i love that like why not why not jr one out literally go paint your car and we not with a sharp e but have somebody who's really good go pain it yet i mean look there's a there's a couple of things that you guys brought up but i i think they started point ampang which is a little bit of a struggle that i think exists that a lot of industry is then and for a lot of for a lot of people just in their personal life is we have all the new technologies out there like how do we actually use than to do things better and create a more here than experience we talked a lot about how out of the existing digital tools almost master that ability your question about vr think is really interesting one that does that actually allow for the best of both worlds to have that perspective and have that of gained on you know what's going on and how you view it from a lot of different perspectives zan where things go and how they overlay you know the the far more analog version about is is absolutely come out and actually paint the car it's all you i think we we got ourselves into a point where we so totally recognize the value of like the most lightweight possible vehicle that can possibly be created to run on track that you know dot definitely has its own downsides as well in italy we're not gonna roll out a car at indianapolis but then handpainted because it's kind and get these little trainee imperfections in the paint uh you know we're we're here to get every last little out sus the out of the thing that we can.

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"jr hildebrand" Discussed on IDEO Futures

IDEO Futures

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"jr hildebrand" Discussed on IDEO Futures

"Who happens to be under armers new chief innovation officer congrats on that new role clay bank lot yegorova hit so clay is pretty legendary he spent twenty eight years at gm design in many many areas in has probably at touched or designed a lotta the cars that are on the road today an all the awesome ones and he mostly recently lead it's global advanced design team m as i was saying among his many accomplishments at gm he spent time as the designed director for cadillac and for hummer he is also a renowned designer of race card liveries and that is a clue to one of the subjects will be discussing today you should follow him right now on twitter he is at dien crew seven which is a a great twitter handle so thanks for coming on clay banking 88 at a mere can't wait for what we're going to get into now and then last but certainly not least is mr j jr hildebrand but what i'm diego while we're potting that's what's going on so jr is a driver for ed carpenter racing in the version indycar series he is getting ready for the 100 and first running of the indianapolis 500 this upcoming memorial day weekend and you actually i hear you ransom laps today right yeah we ran a fell uber windy out there today by com and get a whole week of practice out in india out on track before we qualified upcoming weekend um and then in another week leading up to the five next week so plenty of plenty of time ontrack development out uh you've been at right way we at home cool and just a flesh out the rest of his bio secret a feeling for um.

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"jr hildebrand" Discussed on IDEO Futures

IDEO Futures

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"jr hildebrand" Discussed on IDEO Futures

"You know what makes things look awesome and so this podcast israeli meditation on that subject and we got to some really interesting places so i just want to say even if you're not at that into cars or i think some of you listening are going to be really into cars stay for that conversation because as a designer i took away some really interesting lessons about craft and process and what it takes to put together really good stuff i'm going to throw the green flag and let's get this puppy rolling hey welcome to the icty futures podcast we are here on a beautiful wednesday afternoon it is may seventeenth 2017 and may is a very special month for the three esteemed guests joining us today on the podcast and i'll let you figure out why in just a moment so they're all here two of them are remote the first ganguly introduced to you is actually in the room with us his name is riley brennan i riley hey diego and riley as a partner at trucks venture capital which invest in autonomous vehicle companies at the early stage of their existence which most of them are mara these days he also teaches at stanford in loves racing in a previous life he was a part of the legendary corvette c5 are very loud might i mention lamont's factory race program and he sports a winner's ring from that fine french event which is pretty awesome not many people do i wish i had one lingling and you can find riley at trucks that vi see and he's at riley brennan r e i l l y b r e n n a n so thanks for joining riley thanks to you thanks paper thanks room and moving right along our next guest clay dean.

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"jr hildebrand" Discussed on IDEO Futures

IDEO Futures

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"jr hildebrand" Discussed on IDEO Futures

"Why from pure 28 gone the san francisco mbarka darrow is the idea features podcast for entrepeneurship beats design hey there welcome to episode fortysix of the idea features podcast this is diego i'm so glad that your joining for this special episode it's going to be a little different than some of the podcast that have come before this so the point of view that we've taken with this podcast is imagine event diagram of designed in one bubble in entrepreneurship in the other one and we're really interested in that overlap and i love that overlap however i got to say that i had a life before i became a business site and back then i was a mechanical engineer and in fact the entire reason i studied mechanical engineering will not the entire reason but a big one was that my goal in life when i was twenty with do you get a job at mclaren or ferrari designing formula one cars now that didn't work out for me because he got pulled into the vortex of ido which was a good thing but a big part of me really loves automotivedesign industrial design graphic design in all those designs that have to deal with adams and the way things look so this podcast skin a focus on a big question that a few of my friends have come together around to create a movement to address so were really interested in why modern racing cars don't look as good as their predecessors especially the ones from the fifties and sixties and seventies so with all that for this podcast you're gonna meet three of my good friends and each of them represents a different kind of discipline so the speak ritual learn about more but fundamentally they're all extremely visual in the way that they think they all care a lot about aesthetics and they care a lot about.

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