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Testimony Under Duress with Brian McLaren
"Today. Special guest is the author of faith after doubt brian mclaren. Welcome to the show. Thanks great to be with you. Michael appreciate you coming on and sending me the book that's awesome. I always love getting books from the gas. Really fun the honest with you. Though man i was a little disappointed. There was no No autograph for you know. We'll have to try to remedy. That somehow awesome good. I like those special notes that they send me. Those are fun so does a little bit about your book. Well i was a pastor for twenty years and my life as a pastor. I had so many folks come to me over the years with their questions and doubts and things that just didn't make sense and Sometimes their questions really sort of the united my own questions and So i've always been interested about the intersection of pay out. Especially i grew up in a super conservative religious background. Where it wasn't real. You know ask asking questions and acknowledging that weren't really allowed so I left the past some years ago. And i i still speak primarily to pass pastors and i would say that hardly a week goes by where i don't hear from several people who tell me their pace falling apart or you're having serious doubts about this or that element of it and it's surprising how many clergy are also in that situation. So all that interesting together to say this is. This is something. I've been struggling with for a long time and Maybe something. I could help others with interesting. So do you think it's it's a good thing to doubt. Let's put it this way. It's a bad thing to just believe something because somebody else told you. You have two more threaten you with some punishment. If you didn't say that you believe honesty's important and stout important on a doubt in and of itself won't get us to where we need to go but faith without any doubt. is I think it's pretty dangerous. It among other things it sets us up to be exploited. It sets us up to the Ripped off by con artists because then con con artists. Were they they tell us to believe what they say and put son has been where Where we end up being manipulated manipulated by our ninety faith. Yeah scary stuff. A lot of cutler's out there and get you in you know you just go follow the group. Whatever the group does here drink this cool eight. It'll be great. do what what. What's a little scary is those kinds of Those kinds of connor artists exist in the world of religion and in the world of business and in the world of politics there hammer. unfortunately religious communities can easily become aggregate For people who want to believe and and then they become aggravates for people who can be manipulated. So that's why. I think it's important to help Christians and people of other religions well but for me as a christian especially how christians and especially i have a soft spot in my heart for pastors. Since i was one for so long to help passed a better job on helping people honest with their questions and doubts interesting. Kinda wanna go back to something. You said there for a minute. You said punishment if they don't say that they believe it. So do you. Do you find that if if if you don't believe something a punishment for not believing that is wrong or shouldn't be done a well. Maybe i maybe. I can explain it like this. I'm one of the things. I wanna the insights really that became clear from within. The book is how faith isn't just an individual. Aw an individual experience and doubt is not just an individual experience but because we belong to communities that are often bound together by agreements to certain creeds doctrinal statements or agrees that our social life is really wrapped up our doubts as well and And so what we end up experiencing a lot of its experience is that were part of a group and we just raise an honest sincere question and then people realize this is a question that our group is not allowed to ask and so The punishment might being new won't be allowed to be a small group leader anymore. Because we don't trust you anymore because you admitted that you have this question now. Probably a lot of other people that question through but they just hadn't admitted it or it could even go farther where people are at the face the possibility of excommunication and and there's not just the theological dimension that but that often means separation from family and friends. I in the beginning book. I tell the story the young man who came to see me he was a pastor. He he dared to question what most of us would consider an extremely esoteric doctrine of his little church and And he was kicked out and among the people who kick about were his parents and his gra- one grandparents so you can imagine how devastated.
NFL flexes Washington-Panthers to keep intrigue in Cowboys-Eagles
"Let's start with. The panthers and washington got moved to four zero five because they do not want the philadelphia eagles and the dallas cowboys to know that they've been eliminated if washington wins. They want the eagles and cowboys to still believe that. There's a chance dominated a chance during that game. So what do you got for. Washington carolina while for fantasy purposes It's well we're going to have to see who washington's quarterback is this week although rate before we got on on the podcasts. Here there was a situation involving dwayne haskins. Where their post on social media of of haskins Getting swag on at a at a strip club without a mask on look believe me. I know that there are Those are establishments where clothing is optional. but in the nfl masks are not right now. So washington is not going to be very happy about dwayne haskins. I think it was Tom pal sarab. Nfl network reporting that the team is handling that internally not happy. I'm sure. I think they want alex smith back this week. Anyway against carolina that would raise the ceiling of this offense. I'm still not one hundred percent. I as a matter of fact. I'm not confident at all antonio gibson playing this game turf toe is very painful so that should mean a big role for jd. Mckissic once again had a huge fantasy game last week against seattle. It was nice to see terri mclaren. Come alive in that game. A little bit with dwayne haskins at quarterback too good matchup against carolina. I would use him as a wide receiver. Three and over last month of the season only two tight end. Travis kelsey and darren waller have been targeted more have caught more passes and scored more fantasy points than logan thomas. He is a tight end. One now against the carolina panthers and i think everything would look better for washington if alex smith can play quarterback.
"mclaren" Discussed on CarCast
"Visualize and see how you can make your car standout. That's avery denison dot com slash color. All right what else on. Yeah high-cal cal. You're driving the quiet porsche. Did you go and get that specifically because your wife thought the mclaren was too loud. I got room for the baby in the back to you. Don't want the elliott palm even want her sitting on the engine in the mclaren. It's warm back there it is. It's yeah we'd go to images currently Every year we edmonds right to the woods. And so we're actually in the final stages of judging on that miss shooting night in a couple of weeks We have a luxury e-class tycoons key contender in that. So we have a four s in the moment talking about options. These things. I just over one hundred hundred and falls and doesn't have doesn't have like adaptive cruise. Control is like come all hundred forty so you got about forty thousand and thirty five. Forty thousand an option. But i don't know tell us a little bit about what's it like to drive it. How does it compare to the competitors out there. Everybody is porsche versus tesla. And i don't even know if people are cross shopping. Those it seems like tesla owners are so die hard to the brand that maybe maybe it doesn't really change but someone reach out to me and said you know maybe the portions not as successful as as we thought. I understand it to be a good car. But i don't know what's going on like you can go buy one of the porsche. Dealers could just be the location. They're six or seven on the lot. Eight of among the live in. So i don't know if they're all just waiting to be picked up by owners or they're just not moving as many as they thought. Now the movie the moving pretty well actually the sales of If you look at porsche in the us this year the tide comes out he propping them up and keeping a profitable so hp doing being doing. Okay eighths i think for me will they will. They did a fabulous job ave zazi. Making you still feel like a porsche. If you bought more than panera to be honest the mold cayenne you get into a tie. County still fails you know the way. The steering works away. Controls were away dries. It still feels like impulsion. And i think that's the biggest achievement of goal in so many of these electric 'cause identikit because mike noise Fast whereas this thing at she used still feel like you're in a in a in a police state fast the big appeal You know i was wondering about whether you'd get will now. White as as technology continues to evolve. But today it's it's a tremendous the range the range we do like especially range testing now where we put every vehicle through uh specific league pollstar and tesla basically that arranges pretty much Marginally was poll with tycoon. The range that we're getting the real world is way beyond what washer the epa climbing so. It's it's it's a fantastic pace of base of work is an amazing piece of engineering As a thing to run around in every day in are just the fact so quiet so it comes to bullet so fast. It's really nice thing. Why do you think the range stated by porsche is less than than what you guys are getting. What do you think the strategy is. There was some sort of something we don't know about on the back end. Some sort of a tax cut benefits something or other or or is it a marketing ploy although it seems like yeah i mean i guess in a sense it could be. They know everyone's going to be testing this car. Because it's so new and if you guys beat all of the claimed numbers then you're going to have rave reviews about the car right so is it a strategy exciting. It's just more about how the moment the way that the rages is calculated Testing out a way getting quite wildly disparate results. And i think she's probably involved. Volts hunger mouthful. The after everything that's going on with dieselgate and everything else who'd being naturally quite cautious but that does need to be a shakeout in this stuff because we we're getting you know with gas powered cars when we run the economy. It's not a million miles away from from all the official figures all with as getting wildly different results. So i think they've been a bit cautious. I also might be the difference between writ real world driving a test Testing but it's it's really really impressive. What does it feel like inside. Does it feel leica panera does it feel smaller than panera. Bigger than the wheel by smaller than the panama era so people typically in the ribs you do not than the panama. They clever thing about taking batteries battery. Sit under the floor. But they've actually been able to scoop row in areas so your feet defensively sit on the floor the colorado The batteries like it back. Three you kind of Around your ears because you're fee to sound talk for the batteries whereas in the county sit on the floor of the car and the batches accountable around you so that that's quite clever. It's white it is. It is a tall like like so many of these all. But but overall the proportions say shelter the panama marriage low than a panera but about light so the proportions look a little muscular in spalding as the width of the car. Translate to shoulder room. You're you're you're tall guy and you can fit in. the car. does does a tall broad show shoulder guy like bill fit into it into. I mean you might have to be pick and choose but but yeah he of interior room. No problem i can. I can get in behind myself. So he's appropriate full safeta. It's interesting it looks good in their starting to pop up around on the streets out here and i'm starting to see some interesting colors I don't know what the wheel options are. But i keep seeing this wacky wheel option with the white ring around it it looks. It's not something favorite now. Appear that was the mission. You remember the prototype. That was actually something that was teradata. Very now said option mobbing twenty long remember rightly so we when we did a vintage race monterey i maybe a couple years ago we did a big walk around of the mission you know it was white had the future future futuristic looking wheels and stop and looked cool in that presentation by same thought on that as the defender with the saddlebags over the windows when you're getting a tour of the vehicle from the manufacturer with the fancy lights or you're at an auto show all that stuff looks cool but then you see it on the street or like i don't know if i need the bags hanging off my windows defender if i need to the white rings going around on on the on the porsche. 'cause that car actually it looks pretty good and and and some other colors other than the white. I don't mind the white. But i just feel like you know that with a nice wheel or even something in the aftermarket you know like like they do a fantastic job on it and it looks good. Yeah that portion looks good and they didn't screw up they didn't screw taking it from a really cool looking prototype production call. Yeah couple.
"mclaren" Discussed on CarCast
"Brands. Till there's never been a better time now to join the brotherhood of muscle senior. Local dodge dealer today or visit. Dodge dot com. All right so alastair has been up to all the All the good stuff we had you drove the land rover defender your team. Did and we drove it as well. But you guys did a big test that we've been waiting for mclaren seven sixty five. It seems like everybody in the planet's driving. That thing right now except for me i to get on the list. Yeah you're not either. I got to get on the list for that request. That thing. i'm. I'm going to make this day right now. I'm going to bow out of today's podcast and just sit here in. Vicariously lived through of allister's automotive adventures. That's that's gonna be the name of our segment alistair on exclude yourself. Guber you drive these cars of. I don't know if if you were going out to these other events or you're sending some of your team but The nissan z proto is here in l. a. And they're doing like small tours a couple people at a time because of covert rules so we went last night to see that that was a very cool to see as well as the nissan araya. All right the electric yeah. Let's kiss and then a few days. I'm gonna go out and drive the new f one fifty which. I don't know if you're doing that. Event or sending somebody event. Yeah i've not done these Personally do we drove the we drive the of an yesterday and have a aflac safety covering the iphone safety on the that otherwise next week. So yeah there's a lot happening then. This broncos spoiled on the horizon The mac mckay or whatever you wanna call it coming out on the joke and so yeah there's every loves it. Don't single me out one. I think it's fantastic by the way that we use that all the time when you're not here always felt alastair when i went on next door. We'll driven listening so We just have a whole hour mackey but but yeah huge busy end to end of the year. The segment stuff with delight for the pandemic is a sydney hitting the day. The fold son on other stuff as well. So yeah. we're working like crazy. And i a little birdie over a dodge told me that they get ready for a lot more announcements from from them as well and i think there's i think the car companies that were normally going into november with la auto show news or just saying. Hey i know. L. a. auto show is pushed to may but they don't wanna wait that long for for that news to come out as press releases to start getting people's attention so i think a lot of stuff is starting to come out now that being said i just want to get into this right away. Go ahead and tell us about the mclaren. Seven sixty five is everything we want it to be or is it just to race car crash and seats or too thin hurts. Your bony is it. Is it s forty. Like yeah in that respect yeah. He's definitely multiple at forty two of our extremists. I mean i drove the six seven five. Which was the predecessor german. Driving that round silva's now was fabulous. Call they just. I mean i love the seven twenty seven actually very usable is great visibility. The ride comforts. Good a slight. So many genuinely use this just like to Everything up to the extreme to take all the sound out of the engine. There's only always held mcdiarmid. Doesn't sound good. Yeah so you take out all the sound then. They lack on an even city or exhaust. I took my wife out in that way. We drove about half a mile up the road and she said can you turn it down a bit. And that's like no that's it. It's like giving me a headache. H is so fast. I mean it is insanely fast We didn't have track where that claiming like two point something to sixty in a call my memory guatemala. But it's easy is fast to the point where it's completely unusable on the road. The after releasing about how modulating the throttle and everything else and even on a track and we didn't take you on track i've driven Seems like you've got to really know your stuff to dry. Some v that fast with that much arrow on a circuit and i love it for his mad listening to everything that is. I am glad that exists. But i did kind of driving through anything in. This is just nuts. I i think i think theater lies. You just said is a perfect term for it. Because i'm trying to figure out the audience for this car other than collectability because the seven twenty is so good as a car to drive. I mean i spent many many days almost a week in the seven twenty s and also did a lot of filming with it. All through angeles crest had an opportunity to hit the canyons on a closed off road. We were filming and close off the road and was able to scare the shit out of myself by having the no guardrail and also all. I have is just like drones guys with walkie-talkies going. Hey just go fast. We want to catch it on camera. Okay let's do that. That sounds like fun. And then drive around all all over newport and we did a photo shoot at at the ritz carlton down there at newport beach and just a what a what an amazing car. The seven twenty is and the seven sixty five. I love the idea of it. Being just turned up to eleven. But but also like you're saying it without the sound deadening with harsher ride and. It's just like it does beat you up a little bit. That's its purpose. That's the same purpose of the f. Forty right it's the same principle. Yeah when you think about like an f forty four f. Forty full in fifty horsepower is zero to six days. I remember ride my child in owner of. Yeah yeah ceram second Fifty dollars for you really need on the road like seven hundred and fifty something like and any sustained might says we just brought out these play. This model eleven hundred holes three mode says he. What are you ever gonna use an eleven hundred holes fired eight at that. Want to sound like a senate. Because i i love my job and i love driving these things of course day but he does might me long more more for like a really for my hundred horsepower lightweight manual and you have to go back to the classics now to stop buying stuff like that. Three hundred horsepower. One loser just seems like everything has that kind of power even even the hybrid cars electric cars. Everything's coming in a way more than that. I'm still getting so much abuse. On on youtube and else wife For the drag race the forest. Gt five hundred because nobody can. Nobody.
New York - NJ Restaurant and Bar Restrictions Forces Early Closings
"The number of covert case is rising in New Jersey right now restaurants around the garden state. Have some new restrictions for customers eating inside. There won't be a wholesale closings, but there will be terrorist trick. Shin's governor Murphy's has endured dining will close his 10 P.m., and you can belly up to the bar. We've seen that if you sit in a bar There's a much higher likelihood of a transmission Tim McClellan on seven restaurants, his 6 FT separation rule would be waived. If there are barriers between table. We have plaster partitions in the number of our places, but we would get more of the McLaren is concerned Cold weather will spell doom for many places. Peter has scolded you City as news radio in the city.
"Of selling going on out there round the board. With many projects down well, well well, and truly into the double figures Bitcoin. The mock it's held its nerve the best we are seeing alt- revolt, but I'm Ching. Indefinitely in some very hefty, very hefty falls in Dade on. So these. Markets out that up old is not lost. Because, yesterday in the try to cope community. Yes. In that community. Managed to find a little short that. Didn't scan of owning and. It held Fridays and triggered and a whole host of McLaren that which is great. It was on dragging index. So de Gen-. A pay so I pay a pay per. Dragon PUP and. Let me just tell you their award. We got here so far. Just tighten from a position here from the. A Guy So wrought now. is at just after nine ago filled. On just shy of six to one. So that means of a put a thousand bucks on not tried that is six thousand dollars I am now currently up now, of course, if I was to scale out, I want to minimize my risk that still quite thirty five hundred US dollars. Cayenne yes. There has been applies to view stop-loss. So this is the thing about tried and guys it some. Way Of. Making money. Ought to have one hundred hates of tried lightly. This one set up the rules perfectly. So I, took it. Started to did a number of other people in this small letter, the bank, this morning released hedging themselves against. So further down would have seen in the overnight session. He's thing I'm investors well so yeah, I'm. To a haircut at the minute. As Mark Foaling but it's okay because these markets move in the moving waves aren't there then they moving waves and dumb. The wives is looking glow. Short that way. Let's talk about the topic now and say, we're just we sorry say just where we ails is actually up five point eight percent. Wow big move. It was actually a more to tell you that I'm just looking at the child at the moment. What it wasn't my just happened just chewed in on my computer but. A short of a one, four, candle thirteen percent will tell you right now the from where Arpan to the high the dight. We're looking at was up nearly twenty percent. Eighteen percent. Pulled back quite a bit. It's the only one. The top tennis currently bitcoins down two percents as I said the other day and I think it was not yesterday before. So the long Bitcoin grinds. The. Milwaukee Saints Debated GonNa Full. We have a bit of the a bit of a fool over not a guy just say anything here that. Inspire is any concern. Or sought -ment of bitcoin is very much during a very civil patton to what it did from of May through to the beginning will sort of the end of July. Now, that was a very sliced sideways. Period. So bitcoin, those plenty of opportunities plenty of trying to be had on the all markets and we say that again now in good trends coming in. The BITCOIN is consolidating. It really is the market is in a consolidation. It could be very boring banging from ten to eleven for a couple of weeks possibly even a couple of months like we did say back in my and it looks very, very similar to back in for my period. Mir's right now off the white and see how we got bitcoins down two percent ten, thousand, five, hundred, seventy, four nothing really to speak of that. A theory theorem full percent today three, hundred, thirty, nine dollars and twelve cents having closing yet. So of course, we haven't got the end of the die but. There is trend the reason that we interest exile pay. This was a market always stalking yesterday thought except payloads, Mabaso Radiating Austin date. It did look really really us. It was pulling back after NAS move higher now on that four outraged say anything there. So it's going to be my list today, but it is instill. So it is still. In a daily uptrend sitting at twenty four point full sense down two point five, seven percent. Bitcoin cash confuses ever
Gordon Murray T.50
"Guys. Welcome to car cast Matt Motivated Guanzhou here with Bill Goldberg how are you Buddy House practices housing doing doing great. You know we're looking at five days over one hundred. So I'm ecstatic. Bikini on the out by the pool. I actually I saw it out in the leg as long as your Ad Dragon Gauge and the kids are out like on a lake and right? Yeah. You're having fun growing. Dragon. Just shoot now like when you're over fifty, you get you reap the enjoyment out of videoing everyone and. Consoling them after they've been launched across. The, Lake Yeah, it was very entertaining. I'll be uploading many of those. Like, they're having a great time out there. visit. Great. It was a great bet. You guys can see it on his instagram you're dragging your you got the boat. You're the kids are out on the rouse being dragged by the boat. They fly off. You pass the sack. You see the slasher out your. Their lives. I can. Carry? Them would have died I couldn't have posted it. Had this scroll through all my other videos to find out a comparable to find out that they were doing good something. We've got some cool ally interesting news about The McLaren announced that well, the Gordon Murray announcement that we wanted to get into. So we sort of got this job. So we can I hit that before we get started. Just, another word from our friends at Dodd's it's A. IT'S A it's time for dodge power dollars and that means for every horse power. You get ten dollars off your purchase on dodge challenger Dodge Charger and Dodge Durango come in and save dodge power dollars for pretty sweet deal. So as we As we are sitting down to record this. There's some news that's out there, and of course, the most interesting stuff that we're finding is Gordon Murray finally took the wraps off his. Off his new SUPERCAR, his t fifty supercar, Gern, Gordon Murray very famously designed a series of f one cars had a relationship with the Clarendon did the McLaren won Three Seater Central Driving Position Car I love that car bill I know you love that car it's sort of a wishlist amongst us all. I'm sure everyone who had an opportunity to get one at one point kicking themselves now because they keep going up thirteen, million, eight, hundred, million in life be knocked twenty million dollars going nuts So there was a great video presentation that came out. With Dario Franceschini taking a touring ordinary designs during Gordon, Murray on a moto and they took the wraps off this car and It's it's. It's pretty it's pretty cool. Gordon Murray's thing has always bands. About lightweight and from this car from. The initial design in his head all the way up to what it is. Now he said a goal of no more than one thousand kilos in weight and he hit nine eighty I believe puts it somewhere around twenty one, hundred, seventy, maybe twenty one, hundred, seventy, four pounds. This is extremely lightweight way in in. Today's world. Under twenty two hundred pounds. Of. A modern day car it. The Way to do that. And explain it when you go and you watch the videos, you read the press about it. Is. You have to design this thing from the ground up. With weight savings in mind every single step of the way, the the CAR IS MONACO CARBON FIBRE the entire bodies carbon fibre everything. That could be carbon. Fibre is carbon fiber of. The the engine he went to Cosworth and said, it needs to be naturally aspirated. It needs to be the twelve. It needs to be lightweight. needs to sound fantastic and it needs to be naturally aspirated. Of course, right? So. What they came up with was three point nine Liter v twelve. Six hundred and fifty, four horsepower. Three hundred and forty four pound feet of torque again small. You Know Small Displacement High Ramming twelve thousand one hundred RPM match. Enjoyment. You know I've A. Peak power is at eleven thousand, five, hundred dollars God, and the power to the Torah curved the I think the peak torque is around nine thousand. RPM. So between nine thousand and not red line of eleven five that thing just must sound insane and. Just skewed. Now, he didn't release any performance specs yet because Gordon Murray's thing is like I tell you zero to sixty whatever. But everyone's GonNa go after that intestine. beat it. He wanted to focus on the things that meant
Ferrari Announces New Esports Series With Hublot
"If the pandemic has had a positive effect on any aspect of east sports, it has to be sim racing in. North America Nascar became the most watched eastward event on broadcast the week after week in Europe. Almost all the luxury car brands have gotten into sim racing or expanded their efforts today Ferrari, joined the fray. Fray, the iconic carbon announced the Ferrari driver Academy Hugh Blow e Sports Team the team sponsored by Swiss watch manufacturer Hugo. We made up with the best drivers from this new SIM racing series. The Ferrari eastward series will start with two competitions. The first is an amateur event. The players could apply for in hopes of being selected that series will open up for applications on August seventh and be considered. The applicant must be a European citizen over the age of eighteen. The second will be a bunch of hand-picked. Sim Racers the top finishers from the two races will meet in the finals, which is scheduled for November furry also competes in the F., one eastward series, but the brand still appears to be lagging behind some of the other competitors in the luxury car world. BMW has sponsored a bunch of organizations. Lamborghini is also running eastport series called the real race, and McLaren has altered and eastwards organization in Korea crew. The entire industry sees an opportunity eastwards with some branch beyond just the natural fit of SIM. Racing That's the sports minute for Maurice. Sports caught that head over to the east ports. That were podcast feed I talked with Grace Elko and Marco Meru about exit. You may have seen news of the new eastwards physician for three face quite exacts. Last week. We talk about creating a new Org Durga Pandemic Greg's quote in the new. York Times where he compared modern sports orbs with frat houses and the. The importance of focus on diversity inclusion. That's at the core of exit.
"mclaren" Discussed on Live Happy Now
"Welcome to episode, Two hundred, seventy, one. Live. Happy now. This Paula Phelps while community back again this week. Anxiety is something that many of us are familiar with particularly now. But. Have you considered embracing? This week's guest Karla McLaren. Make a case for delving into this emotion and using it as a force of energy. Her book embracing anxiety how to access the genius of this vital emotion takes a completely new look at how anxiety can benefit us. This week she talks about how important is to recognize what anxiety can do for us and learn how to use it for positive affect. Carla welcome to live happy now. Thank you so much I'm glad to be here. We had to talk to you because this is a very interesting book, because for most of US embracing anxiety is not the thing that we want to do with it. So can you start by telling us? What made you begin to look at anxiety? As a source of energy insight, instead of the rest of US mere mortals, look at it. I have to say that in my movement through understanding, anxiety has been rather choppy because I wrote a book and twenty ten call the language of emotions and I did not understand anxiety at the time, so I thought of it as a problem, because that's how people talk about it and. I hadn't heard anybody talk about it as anything, but a problem and I began to question whether what I was saying was true, and whether I understood anxiety at all and in twenty ten. After the book came out. Thank you so much. Her Radio Show with Dr Mary Mia and she talked about anxiety as emotion that helps us get things done and I went. I thought that was the one that paralyzed us and left us on the couch. And then I began to think about it, and she talked about two different kinds of ways that you work with your anxiety. One is to be task focused and get things done in a regular kind of list making do this do that do this do that. You're always working. That's me. That kind of person doesn't feel a lot of intense anxiety because they're always responding to their anxiety day. That kind of person is also usually not identified as anxious. They're identified as organized focused a good worker. Good student. There's all kinds of accolades for people who work with their anxiety in that way and I always did so I didn't identified as anxiety at all. You know I. Sort of had pull my car over his driving. Like what does she say? And then there's another kind of way to work with anxiety, which is called procrastination, which is never been presented to me as anything but negative, and this different way of working with anxiety is that the procrastinating person is working not from tasked task task like I. Do they are working to a deadline and they may be able to chill all the way up. Up to a couple of days before the deadline, and then have this rush of anxiety that helps some get everything done, and I have been taught and I know people who procrastinate have been taught that what they are is lazy and unlucky. This is not seen as an appropriate way to work with anxiety, so my complete ignorance about anxiety was because I'm. A task oriented person who never allows anxiety to rise to that level right that at that procrastinator works with all the time, and so I just went. Okay, all right, thank you, and then I began to understand anxiety more and more and I worked with it and I put it in my twenty thirteen book the art of empathy just because I felt like it had to be someplace..
F1 puts some staff on furlough, execs take pay cuts
"Formula One says it will furlough half its staff until the end of may and senior executives will take pay cuts amid the corona virus pandemic F. one is postponed eight races so far this season and the Monaco Grand Prix has been canceled the McLaren and Williams teams already put some staff on furlough F. one management has said it still hopes to hold between fifteen and eighteen races this year in place of the original
Bruce McLaren Pt. III - Life after Death: Road to the P1
"When we last met up with Bruce the young. Qe had left his home country of New Zealand and made his home in England working for legendary carmaker John Cooper in his factory. Bruce's racing career abroad had a bit of a bumpy. Start but after two wins at the Medina of Formula One. Not because I would say the machias Monaco Silverstone Bruce was finding his confidence behind the wheel is Medina. Like Madina Right. That's the first time I've ever really called on to city in Western. Saudi Arabia Coleman Anyway. It's the one thousand nine hundred fifty eight German Grand Prix. At the Nurburgring Bruce Finishes Fifth Overall and first in the formula to class. He was hanging in with the formula. One cars thing about how Formula One cards. You have to stay ahead of to be fifth overall but still win. The form from the to us about twenty-one sounds about right I'm not gonNA contest that's pretty crazy. Just like bump up a class like yeah I mean that. Just shows the prowess over. Yeah Yeah So. After the fifty eight German Grand Prix Hayman's mechanic Colin set off for England a race in brands hatch. Which was the very next day which I thought was insane. What these guys are always driving to raise amazing. They may act like now Racing is very posh. I guess like these guys are treated as athletes like you mentioned in the last episode. There's just so much data on them. They're checking their pulse. And their heart rates you know they probably like decompress the dudes after race in like check all their muscles and stuff like back then. It was a pretty like rag tag almost like the circus is coming to town. Yeah and it's there was no thought for scheduling. Yeah I'm really it's like. Hey we have formula one race in Germany. How will we go to Britain the next day? And there's like there's a race on there I don't know I guess two races back to back. In a day holiday weekend we might as well take advantage. Might as well make a vacation out of. Let's get some Carl's junior on the way. So they managed to complete the three hundred eighty mile journey from the nurburgring to brands. Hatch overnight and cooking. Yeah Bruce Hop in the car and finished third at that race and by the way. He wasn't the only one who made it to that raise. It was like pretty much the entire field in Germany. It's like a huge caravan of big old haulers and like probably station wagons and stuff just ripping down the autumn. Get on the M one. You know that's a local reference to angle everyone in the Midwest right now is like yeah. Three hundred and eighty miles. That's your commute. Yeah how far was la to Albuquerque for high low? It was like eight hundred miles so not that impressive. Sixteen hours twenty five dollars. God that was yeah. That was yeah. It was tasty blames my heart attack on that show. He's like like we just shot season. Two of high low the Z's are awesome now But like she was like very concerned while. We're shooting it because the last season was just so hard on us. This one was way easier by last time we work in eighteen hour days for like a month in a row and I had a heart attack like two weeks after it was weird man like that show like gotten the rhythm of that like you said eighteen hour days it was like okay you wake up drives garage work all day and then come home sleep for a little bit and then just do that and then after like two weeks this is like just a weird kind of few mind state. I forgot to pay bills beard dream state and like it's not like we're just going and work in it was like the highest pressure. Just everything was going wrong so much stress constantly and just like I think all of us cried. I cried cried cried. I was angry writing my lyrics by Bruce's twenty first birthday. He had competed in eleven European races and he had finished every one of them. Bruce believes it was because of the shared meticulous nature between he and his mechanic Colin they always tried to be first to tech inspections. I wants to practice and always have the car looking in tiptop shape in his book. Bruce maintains that quote. Three things are important. Go a long way towards winning races. I think it's time for just a little. Reminder of what racing was like back then the reputation that open-wheel racing has today as of precision and other worldly engineering and safety. But that's not how the sport was perceived in the late fifties. Now let no. Let's just listen to how Bruce describes a race. In Avis Germany. To my mind it was ridiculous to have a race. On the Avis Sick. It proved nothing and it was dangerous consisting of two two and a half Moss straights at one end by a hairpin and the other very steeply banked corner and when I say steeply banked boy I mean. Steeply banked is around forty degrees. It sounds more like something you'd see in running man to full throttle than a sanctioned race. I just think about. That's the most ridiculous racetrack I've ever heard. Yes big old oval that's not even oval is like hairpins up. Both sides knows a big bank at one side maintains a Frickin slingshot around the moon apart. And then you have to go through a hairpin shoe like the shape of the Caribbean her family. Yeah yeah so like you could just maintain a two and a half miles so you can maintain just like top out speed for. I'm guessing like close to six miles. Said Yeah they are in the book he says I think the average speed for that race was like one hundred fifty miles hour. That's absurd you remember. This is in the late fifties. Cars didn't have frigging seatbelts back. Then I don't think no no. No he goes on to describe the racing. At the Avis Circuit Race itself was like a group of boys and dodging cars wheels. Touching noses entails bumping jostling for the lead. But we do of that one hundred fifty miles per hour. Dodging cars are just bumper cars. Doug Jim Jim can't get a loan. I'm going to get some Cotton Candy Army Kit. The Dodoma's ooh that sounds. I'm going to try and win stuff bare minimum. There's a part of the documentary where he describes these like really steep banks. And he's going so fast that like it's hard to keep his hands in the bottom of the steering wheel like it's point his hands. Yeah isn't that crazy? That is insane. Bruce's appreciations about Avis testified as a crash sent one of the competitors flying thirty feet in the air and ejecting. The driver. The car went thirty feet. Car was out. Yeah the rest of the pack was able to dodge the car and continued their Breakneck Chase. Down the stretch back. Then they didn't even have like What's it like lotion rounds? Yeah they never. Yellow flag doesn't sound like as long as our cars on the way that's like a man. Keep it going. Crashes like these were not uncommon in racing back then. Bruce's car through a connecting rod that race by the way and the ejected driver also survived his crash with a broken leg and four. Broken Vertebrae like our racecar driver back. Then I'd be like okay. I'm down to race. Thank God I blew karate. Yeah certainly marina okay. I'm not going to win but at least I'm not dying today. There does seem to be at least a little bit of that kind of feeling. Drought the book because he when he describes time that it's car broke breaks down. He's also he's very sad obviously but also he then like in. The same breath described some horrific crash. Where someone just gets thrown from their car. His good friend got killed in a race and then he just like race the next day like they didn't even think about it. It was just like yeah. Of course I'm GONNA race guys used to die all the time.
"mclaren" Discussed on Past Gas
"Engine lab where they're able to run specialized engine tests and standardize engine tests right in their own facility. Thank you so much to Valvoline for getting on board pass gas and helping us make. These shows support the companies that support. Don't it without them? We wouldn't be able to make any stuff so racing artists. Michael Turner topped off the car with a custom emblem for the McLaren team. A qe on a checkered flag with a race car. Silhouette on a shield. So this is a cool part. They took this engineer What's his name? I don't know but he he had this like material that they didn't even know about he. Just come from making the Concorde plane were and he was like an engineer. Part of the design team for that and he stole a bunch of stuff. Well he like he let them know about this new material. That was like crazy metal. I don't know what it was. But they used it within the construction of the body of this car. That's nuts. There's the logo singles very cool. It is it's way different than what I was imagining in my mind when I a little crab looking Front view of the car on US quickly to grab Okay the first race with the new cars did not go well with Jack. Brabham own cars. Taking the W pretty easily at problem had started his own company as well. Luckily McLaren got their revenge in the next race with Bruce in I in Timmy. Taken third both of Bruce's cars had made it to the podium. Good job on them but tragedy struck the team at a race in long forward in the state of Victoria during a practice lap. Timmy mayor's car launched into the air by a hump on the track. Sending the car into a tree. Timmy was objected from the car and broke his neck reflecting on the incident in his book. Bruce had this to say the news that he had died instantly was a terrible shock to all of us. But who's to say that he had not seen more done more and learn more and is twenty six years and many people do in a lifetime to do something well is so worthwhile died trying to do it. Better cannot before. Hardy it would be a waste of life to do nothing with one's ability for our feel life is measured in achievement. Not In years alone. That's great. Do Dude I can quote a well spoken guy. That's and that's how the Bruce McLaren autobiography with that quote. Wow I had to read that like three times. I was like holy crap too smart for me to comprehend as I'm reading it and then I'm like Whoa. Why am I in tears? Pretty nuts like if I died doing something I loved. I'd want someone to write something like that. To Kinda EULOGIZE. I'll do thanks terms. We'll do it. No you're older than me. Knowns only like what twenty seven twenty seven next month and like even though it said he died. It's cool because he was trying to make youtube. It's horrible that He. He stuck that pencil into that power. I'm sorry I asked him to. While Bruce McLaren motor cars continued development on formula. One cars a new car with which we will Elaborate more on next episode. The foreign cars a new kind of racing team's attention in the mid nineteen sixties organizers at the Sports Car Club of America or SEC. A were envisioning a series that could bring formula. One style excitement over to the states but with an emphasis on sport cars. Sports cars rather not open wheelers. Like an F. One there'd be a there'd be big prize money online to attract the world's best drivers and teams and most importantly the rules would be almost non-existent. They called it can am now. Some of you like James might be under the impression that Group B rally is the most wild racing of all time and I wouldn't blame you all wheel drive. Consumer cars pushing one thousand horsepower flying to finish forests and overcrowding of people is pretty wild but. I promise you can am was crazier unlike Ruby. There were no homologation. Rules can am. Cars did not need to be mass produced. It wasn't uncommon for a team to only have a single car. Canam followed the F. is group seven regulations. There is no engine size limits. Turbos and superchargers were allowed and there were no other rules restricting teams. The only two rules are there are no rules twice all. Canam car a needed. All the CANAM car needed to be race. Legal was two seats bodywork. That covered the wheels and a robe are it was a race engineer's dream come true Nolan. Bruce McLaren's dream come true the MR entered the inaugural nineteen sixty six canam season with McLaren. M One B of all of McLaren's CAM cars. This one looks the most like a traditional sports car. It was powered by a five point. Four Liter Chevy v. Eight while the frame was made out of steel and body aluminum. Bruce was able to pilot the M one second place championship. Finish that year behind John. Surtees that surtees now Sir Guy. Bruce was following during his crash at the ring. The runner up finish didn't discourage the McLaren team from here on out would be McLaren. Domination job in Asia and the car for the nineteen sixty seven season was unlike anything else on the grid the McLaren m six a resembled moreover wedge than a car but even more striking than its appearance was the color to stand out from the rest of the pack. Mclaren opted for a bright Papaya. Orange accented with Navy blue text reading McLaren cars down the side while other. Canam cars used a steel to frame under their body work. The M six was constructed around. An aluminum monocoque chassis in nineteen sixty seven. That's some stuff that they were doing with the The ACURA NS ex Mclaren F one. Which will talk about next episode That's like some crazy. The late sixties. The five point eight liter. Chevy engine was mounted in the middle of car for near perfect weight. Balance while fuel tanks rode shotgun on either side of the driver Do let's just make like a pit full of gas tanks and put the driver right in the middle. Maybe more impressive than the car was how long it took them to build it from drawing to driving took only eleven weeks shaped like a wedge so the didn't take that long fair enough fair enough Mclaren drove over two thousand miles at goodwood circuit to perfect the tuning to put it simply. Canam was unprepared for the McLaren. M Six a at the first race of the nineteen sixty seven season. Mclaren driver Denny. Whom took the checkered flag? During the second race at Road America the M six a broke the track record by ten seconds day. The six one five out of six races that season solidify McLaren's legacy in the process. Now McLean kept perfecting the Canam course throughout the sixties to be was a quote unquote production version of the winning. 'em Success I really WanNa find one of these things. Yeah and it was delivered to customers as a rolling chassis. That only needed an engine after that was the more aerodynamic m eight a which allowed Denny home to win another championship in nineteen sixty eight following. That was the M. B. which was very similar to the previous car except for the giant wing that sat feet above the driver's head. This is what this is the car I think of when I think of cannon. This car was undefeated. The Ma was McLaren's nineteen seventy car and it was by far the most advanced one yet the primitive wing struts used the previous year were placed by large vertical fins that rose from the body work at both the rear left and right those fins were joined together with a wing that smashed the tires into the pavement. The car looked like something out of a Comic Book and earned the nickname the batmobile. Which one did we see In the Peterson Vault tour. I'm pretty sure we saw the mad the one that we just described. It didn't have the streets. It was more low-slung. Do you know a a pirates. Favorite Cam Canam cars and made our and maybe matey light. I recall your friends if you guys have time or if you're not driving I encourage you to look up. The this thing is it's beautiful then like I can't imagine what it was like to drive this thing. I mean Dear Emmy. Mad On June second nineteen seventy. The McLaren team was testing the new. Canam car at Goodwood Circuit. They are putting the mad through its paces. The cars seven point five liter. Chevy powerplant made around six hundred eighty horsepower and when combined with the superior aerodynamics they the mad was sure to be another winner for McLaren. Bruce hopped in the car to give it a world on the Levant. Straight good woods backstretch. The advanced wing failed. The car. Lost All downforce on the rear wheels immediately. Throwing off Bruce's balance sending him. Into a spin bruce and the mad left the track and they collided with a bunker. That was being used as a flag station. Bruce McLaren was dead. He was only thirty two years old. The shock was felt around the world racing fans across the globe mourned. The loss of one of the sport's greatest figures. How could the company that bore his name? Go on without Bruce McLaren. How would they will find out that next time on? Pass gas man when bummer. Yeah but you know based on things that he's said before that's the way he would wanna go out one thousand percent. There's no way that Bruce would've wanted to just get old rail. Yeah in this documentary. He kind of has this maturity. That's like you know. He didn't expect him to get old and feels like he like every race. He's like kind of bracing for this kind of moment. Yeah all right with you in a way like. That's good yeah. He's chasing it. Almost you know like he was like and then I'll die in a way. Yeah because like he he had been I mean he got in a in a weird way he got that stage of like being bedridden as an old person out of the way super early. He knew what that was like and he you know. I don't blame him from not one living borrowed time in A. Yeah I guess in a way man I mean. He didn't like have terminal illness or anything but he just knew what that those ending stages of life was like. He had already done it. And you don't WanNa do it again. Yeah Yeah he's younger than me. Isn't that right? Yeah well I thank.
"mclaren" Discussed on Past Gas
"Percent. Safe and legal we guaranteed. It's also fun spooky and can contain a riot. A massacre a murder or an arch deluxe. I'm Rebecca Lieb. I'm Jason Horton. And this is ghost town. And you can find ghost town wherever you listen to podcasts. A Joe said some degree earlier. That really awakened Desired what When I pulled out the pig to breakfast like oh my hunky muscle car boyfriend is here. I WANNA be. I WANNA exude that hunky muscle car boyfriend energy. I think you close to that. She probably like I've been hitting the gym. Yeah I gotta drop like fifteen pounds. I think but I think I can get there. Yeah what do I WANNA BE? What what do I WANNA BE? We'll find out if you have time to dig into that right now. Hey guys welcome back to passed gas. Don't media automotive history? Podcast I am one of your house known sites across from me is James Humphrey. Oh baby we're going to go all bobbers. Who and to my to my left as Mr Joe Weber? Hello Joe Wink wink twice. It's a bit coming back. Yeah wait till we put those shirts out. Let us know reviews below. Would you buy a wink wink? Joe Weber Donut Pask Asher ye show up in the comments. Wink Wink Army Hashtag Wink wink army. We are continuing our ongoing series. On Mr Bruce McLaren is welcome to the pass gas. Podcast if you like passed gas please help us grow by giving a good rating and a nicer view on the podcast. Platform your choice to really help us out and I really appreciate that. So thank you all right now for the show when we last met up with Bruce the young. Qe had left his home country of New Zealand and made his home in England working for legendary carmaker John Cooper in his factory. Bruce's racing career abroad had a bit of a bumpy. Start but after two wins at the Medina of formula. One not the MAC. Because I would say the makers Monaco Silverstone Bruce was finding his confidence behind the wheel is Medina Mecca. Medina right to cities. I that's the first time I've ever really hold on. It's a city in Western. Saudi Arabia Coleman. Anyway it's the nineteen fifty eight German Grand Prix. At the Nurburgring Bruce Finishes Fifth Overall and first in the formula to class. He was hanging in with the formula. One cars thing about how many Formula One cars you have to stay ahead of to be fifth overall but still win the form formula to about twenty one sounds about right and I'm not gonNA CONTEST PRETTY CRAZY. Just like bump up a class like yeah. I mean that. Just shows the prowess of a rooster. Yeah Yeah So. After the the fifty eight German Grand Prix Him and his mechanic Colin set off for England a race brands hatch which was the very next day which I thought was insane. What these guys are always driving. Two races amazing. They married act like now Racing is very posh. A I guess like these guys are treated as athletes like mentioned in the last episode. There's just so much data on them. They're checking their pulse and their heart rate and you know they probably like decompress the dudes after every race and like check all their muscles and stuff like back then. It was a pretty like rag tag almost like the circus is coming to town. Yeah it's there was no thought for scheduling crowd. Really it's like. Hey we have formula one race in Germany. How will we go to Britain the next day? And they're just like a man. There's a race on there. I don't know I guess. Two races back to back in day holiday weekend we might as well take advantage. Might as well make a vacation out of. Let's get some Carl's junior on the way. So they managed to complete the three hundred eighty mile journey from the nurburgring to brands. Hatch overnight and then guys were cooking. Yeah Bruce Hop in the car and finished third at that race and by the way. He wasn't the only one who made it to that raise. It was like pretty much. The entire field in Germany like a huge caravan of big old haulers and like probably station wagons and stuck jess. Walk down the and you get on the M one. Yeah that's a local reference to angle everyone in the mid West right. Now's like yeah. The three hundred eighty miles. That's that's my commute. Yeah how far was la to Albuquerque for highly is like eight hundred miles till so not that impressive sixteen hours in twenty five hours. That was yeah. That was our cars broke a lot. Yeah it was. Casey blames my heart attack on that show like like we just shot season two of high low. The Z's are awesome now but like she's like very concerned while we are shooting it because the last season was just so hard on us This one was way easier last time we work in like eighteen hour days for like a month in a row and I had a heart attack like two weeks after it was weird man like at that show like we got in the rhythm of that like you said eighteen hour days it was like okay. You wake up drive the garage work all day and then come home sleep for a little bit and then just do that and then after like two weeks is like just a weird kind of few mind state. I like I forgot to pay bills. Yes like weird dream state and it's not like we were just going and work and it was like the highest pressure. Just everything was going wrong so much stress constantly and just like I think all of us cried. I cried to do you cry you cry. I was angry. Yeah Writing Lyrics and is it on though but by Bruce his twenty first birthday. He had competed in eleven European races and he had finished every one of them. Bruce believes it was because of the shared meticulous nature between he and his mechanic Colin they always tried to be first to tech inspections. I wants to practice and always have the car looking in tiptop shape In his book Bruce Maintains that quote three things are important and go a long way towards winning races I think it's time for just a little. Reminder of what racing was like back then the reputation that open-wheel racing has today as of precision other worldly engineering and safety. But that's not how the sport was perceived in late fifties. No let no. Let's just listen to how Bruce describes a race. In Avis Germany. To my mind it was ridiculous to have a race. On Avis Second. It proved nothing and it was dangerous consisting of two two and a half miles straights connected at one end by a hairpin and at the other. A very steeply banked corner. And when I say steeply banked boy I ming. Steeply banked is around forty degrees. It sounds more like something you'd see in running man to full throttle than a sanctioned race. I just think that's the most ridiculous racetrack I've ever heard. Yes go big old oval. That's not even Ovallis. Like hairpins up all sides. Now is a big bank at one side maintains. So it's like a frigging slingshot around the moon. And then you have to go through a hairpin the other end the shape of a care beaner yeah. Yeah Yeah so like you just maintain so two and a half miles so you can maintain just like top out speed for. I'm guessing like close to six miles said daddy or in the book he says. I think the average speed for that race was like one hundred fifty miles an hour. It's absurd to remember. Remember this is in the late fifties. Up Cars didn't have frigging seatbelts back then. I don't think no no. No HE GOES ON TO DESCRIBE. The racing at the circuit race itself was like a group of boys. In dodging cars with wheels touching noses entails bumping jostling for the lead. But we were doing it at one hundred fifty miles per hour. Dodgems cars are just. Bumper cars dodger. Anti dumping the DOJ GONNA go get a lowly. I'm GONNA eat some cotton Gani Kit. The guys oh that sounds. I'm going to try and win stuff from them. There's a part of the documentary where he describes these like really steep banks. And he's going so fast that it's hard to keep his hands on the bottom of the steering wheel like it's point as hands. Yeah isn't crazy. That is insane. Bruce's apprehensions about Avis. Were justified as a crash at sent one of the competitors fire flying thirty feet in the air and ejecting. The driver. The car win thirty feet. New CAR was out. The rest of the pack was able to dodge the car and continued their breakneck chase down the stretch. They'd back then they didn't even have like what's it. Caution round yellow flag doesn't sound like a a as long as our not in the way they keep it going. Crashes like these. Were not uncommon in racing back. Then Bruce's car through a connecting rod that race by the way and the ejected driver also survived this crash with a broken leg and four broken vertebrae. Who've I feel like if our race car driver back then I'd be like okay? I'm down to race. Oh thank God Blue Karate. Certainly you know like okay. I'm not going to win but at least I'm not dying today. There does seem to be at least a little bit of that kind of feeling. Drought the book because he when he describes times that his car broke breaks down. He's also he's very sad obviously but also he then like in. The same breath described some horrific crash. Where someone just gets thrown from their car. He's got killed in a race and then he just like race the next day like they didn't they didn't even think about it. It was just like yeah. Of course I'm GONNA race guys used to die all the time did you do. Did you guys watch the the Daytona five hundred yeah? It's crazy Ryan's crazy crash. I thought it was a rerun because I didn't know that the race had been postponed so I was like. Oh I didn't hear anything about a driver getting hurt or anything so this is probably fine and then it was. It was a live. Luckily he was okay okay and he walked out of the hospital and a couple of days later also. I was watching it at a bar in a task. At Arrow. That's what you do is watch NASCAR in bars But like people were like cheering for these crashes because like at the end of that racers it was like five crashes or something like that every time just like do people are froude guy in there with Ryan's because like Ryan Newman's car got thrown in the and smashed like he hit the wall head on. Yeah very similar to how earnhardt. Yeah in the car flew and then when he was on the roof you got hit by another car. It's like he very well could have died in these idiots. Are freaking cheering anyway. I hate later that year. Jim Russell asked Bruce if he would like to co drive with him at Loma my favorite race in the coolest thing in all of sports. What do you think he said? I don't know James Isa Few Jim had a lot in common with Bruce for a race car driver. Russell had a surprising working class background. He was born at his parents..
Australia GP Cancelled - Heres 5 Times Other Races Were Halted
"One's twenty twenty Australian germ-free was efficiently tussled after McLaren member tested positive for corona virus. This Wednesday twenty Chinese free was already postponed after the strain of novel. Corona virus was believed to have originated in the country. Bahrain status is currently unknown. While the spread increases globally further races may be cancelled but these were not the first counseled races in Formula One. So let's take a look back at a few cancellations from Formula One's past and dig into the reason why each race dropped off the calendar after it got there. In the first place the most recent example a race cancellation the twenty eleven bar. Ingram pre was scheduled to be that year season opener but on the fourteenth of February. Twenty eleven a number of uprisings took place across the Middle East and North Africa known as the Arab spring as numerous citizens protested against oppressive regimes and the poor quality of life with us in mind embar rain. One such country experiencing civil unrest. The race was postponed until the end of the season. The plan was to reinstate the Bar Ingram pray to the thirtieth of October and in the process move the Indian grocery to December slot but unhappy with the logistics involved on the seeming disregard for Human Rights Implications the Formula One teams association photo vetoed the plan barring GP officials then subsequently dropped any plans to host the race that year instead wasting for its reinstatement in twenty twelve. The twenty twenty Chinese impre- is not the first race in China to be cancelled. The nation was penciled in Fritz inaugural F one race. Back in one thousand nine hundred nine back then then F ONE SUPREMO. Bernie ecclestone announced in nineteen ninety eight. The Joe Hi International Circuit was to host a Grand Prix on the twenty first of March. Which would make it the second round of the nineteen ninety nine calendar just months after its announcement. F. One announced that the Chinese Grand Prix would no longer go ahead as the FAA had been insufficiently impressed by the facilities at the second which needed work. If it was to appear on the following year's calendar however this never happened in. China had to wait until the two thousand four season to get its first Grand Prix. How'd Shanghai? Well they feel like the Joe Hi circuit describing similar to the Spielberg sects in Austria. We never got the chance to see it in f one action another race supposed to be on the nineteen ninety. Nine calendar was the Argentine Grand Prix but unlike China it had been a mainstay on the F. One shut you off the Argentine greats depression which began in late. Ninety eight the organizers of the race with feeling the pinch and were unable to much the funding that China promise to host a race but as we've previously mentioned the Joe Hi race was cancelled. The Argentine Grand Prix was reinstates the calendar with Provisional March Twenty Eighth Slot pending talks with parameters Formula One. But by the end of January the Argentine Grand Prix was also knocked off the calendar after formula. One was unable to come to an agreement the race at the Buenos Aires Sec. It was deemed not financially viable as several upgrades were requested but no ultimately produced the nineteen ninety eight Argentine Grand Prix. Then was the lost f one race out in Argentina and will they efforts were made to organize a street racing motto. Plateau off at the twenty thirteen season. It never came to fruition. Asterio at nineteen ninety-seven having been on the calendar for over a decade. Esther was one of the more scruffy venues on the floor. Shedu and the EPA had been battering the circus owners for years to make some upgrades but when the FAA formally requested a few safety changes ESTA ZONA scoffed after they've been on the calendar for years without having to make renovations why start now but in response. F. One cude is often pulled esther off the calendar replacing it with the Herath circuit in Spain. The caveat was if astro could make the safety changes required the FAA offered a loss on the calendar on the ninth of November. But the fixes weren't made in time while Ferrari and McLaren would believe to vetoed an eighteen race calendar. How things change as it stood. Herath hosted the season finale. And we know how that turned out South Africa. Nineteen eighty one. Despite the backdrop of apartheid South Africa was due to host the season opener of nineteen eighty one formula one season however the year began under the cloud of political wrangling between Governing Body Fisa led by Yomiuri Ballast and the Construction Association. Fokker led by Bernie Acoustic Visa. Wanted to change the date of the season opening race. Kyle Lami to April the eleventh two months after the original February seventh day. That had been previously agreed. Foam consisting largely of the British teams on the grid also had an agreement with Kyle Lamis Management for the February date leaving the two governing bodies in a little bit of a pickle. The race wasn't council per se but it was run as a formula libra rice rather than a formula one race meaning that it didn't have to adhere to the one thousand nine hundred regulations. We should heavily restricted ground effect dynamics so the focus teams ran it. Kyle Army with all the bells and whistles in a non championship race won by Williams driver Carlos Roitman but the race was ultimately stricken from the F. One record beforehand but with the threats of Krona virus rapidly spreading worldwide. More races may be cancelled their season. We'll have to find out if that's truly the case
Second NBA player from Utah Jazz -- Donovan Mitchell -- tests positive for coronavirus
"Concerns over stopping the spread of the corona virus has a number of professional sports organizations following the lead of the NBA boxes Jared Max has more the American sports world is taking a time out the NBA Major League Soccer ATP men's tennis store all suspending operations because of the corona virus after Utah Jazz center Rudy go bare tested positive for coronavirus the NBA suspended its season last night until further notice today we learned that go bears teammate Donovan Mitchell also has covert nineteen this morning the NHL advised its thirty teams not hold practices our team meetings today overseas Spain's top soccer league la Liga suspended play for two matchdays three all Madrid squad quarantined as was a player on Juventus which place in Syria the top level Italian league which halted play this week because a member of the McLaren racing team tested positive it has withdrawn from the Australian Grand Prix Jared Max
"mclaren" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"So I'm James Allen of the news obviously that McLaren has decided to pull out of the two thousand twenty Australian Grand Prix following a team member testing positive corona virus joined by GP racing editor. Ben Anderson Executive editor at coddling and former Ferrari race engineer. Roddy Basso Gentlemen. Obviously things moving very quickly very serious situation McLaren pulling out to the Grand Prix very fast moving situation this We talk about from being the fastest sport in the world where there's a fee it's been. Maybe outmaneuvered by events Going to Melbourne wanting the race ago head. Which is you know nibbling itself but that is Farsi shutting down entire countries Shutting down the world economy in global sporting events being canceled in quick succession Defeating Forum was kind of waiting to see if it could be virus out and keep it kind of traveling circus in the bubble but now there's this first positive test. I imagine we'll see perhaps domino effect and I'd be very surprised if the Grand Prix now happens as planned Rhody. I agree I WOULD BE SPICY FOR. Melbourne IS GONNA. Start to the weekend the race. Weekend now Of course the decision from Connor was a very brave but meantime In for the teams is very important to take care of your people invest in your people in make sure they They work in the best possible environment. We know risk starting from the driver to all the team and then so I just sees this as a very ethical decision And I again. I completely agree. I think they will be other teams joining or Lewis. Hamilton was very outspoken. Drivers press conference in Melbourne. Saying he couldn't believe Franken. This was this was going ahead Ross brawn as well had said before the weekend that if there is a race without one of the teams won't count for the World Championship. How'd you see this unfolding student would be interesting to see a non championship Formula One race the first time since the Elliott is I think was the nine hundred ninety one South African griego struck off the record after the fact so that there is precedent for it whether there's a competitive appetite for among the other competitors. United's there'll be a lot of people who've been waiting for leadership from Formula Walnut and the FAA An haven't seen that sort of leadership will now look at what McLaren of dumb and think. Well actually maybe. We should be safeguarding. Our employees as well because you to hit the track in Albatros for Friday. Free practice in a few hours time. Obviously the situation moving very quickly. And we'll keep you updated..
"mclaren" Discussed on Past Gas
"Actually he said that to you. Bruce finished third in his first race at Silverstone and he followed that up with a club race victory the next week however the other drivers at that club a little pissed that a quote factory driver and car had taken the w nevertheless young. Bruce's finding his confidence since his move to England after spin at brands. Hatch a cooper employee named big. Ginger Devlin told Bruce's mechanic columbine when quote that might of Y'alls will either be a bloody good or he'll kill himself little. Did he know that both statements were true? Damn Dude spoiler alert. And that's well. We'll pick up next week on past. Yes yes next week. I hope that was informative. I'm looking forward to seeing where the accident in our goes. But I'm looking forward to where we go with Bruce McLaren. What a cool guy. Yeah all right. Well thank you for listening to pass gas. If you don't already know we also have a Youtube Channel Were called doughnut media. And if you like what we did here we have a ton of shows coming out every week Pretty soon it'll be every single day of the week. All automotive content donate every day all informative and hopefully all funny follow donut across social media at donut media to get behind the scenes. Looks at everything we got going on as well as sneak? Peeks of upcoming stuff follow me on twitter and instagram matches pump for the same reason followed Nolan at Knowledge Sykes for the same reason Joe at dark underscore Webinar for the same reason. I love you. He kind jody WANNA HAVE A. Do you want to have a job? What about like wings is an audio format?.
"mclaren" Discussed on Past Gas
"Eighteen thirty nine hundred fifty five fifty five or forty five thirty fifty five fifty five thirty seven. Yeah I love like that. Took Joe a normal person amount of time to do like very simple math equation and are both like really bad at math. Even know you guys is names. It has nothing to do anything. Yeah full length flat tray on the bottom of car really cool. That's really pronounced had drilled brake drums and cooling ducts for reduced brake fade which you need for extended driving sessions and a fully revised suspension. Mclaren's also won nearly every event. They entered with this car. They're just freaking engineering geniuses and it's just a hobby yeah just weeks. Before the Nineteen fifty-six New Zealand Grand Prix which Bruce's dad intended to drive in POPs? His doctor told him that he had to sit out the race. Unfortunately there wasn't enough time to find a replacement driver. So Bruce hinted. Hey maybe I could do it. Bub Mamie always thinking maybe since he came. John Duncan Says No. I think we should listen to adopt. He's got you know degrees went to college longtime fort. Louis really care about you. Healthy and everything. I was thinking maybe I could drive. Maybe the car looking me toes. His Dad was hesitant. Because Bruce will be going up against guys like Jack Brabham and the Stirling Moss. Jack Brabham was one of Australia's best known drivers. He got his start on dirt ovals of midget car racing where you learned to perfect the on power oversteer or drift as we know it he would take style with them to Europe where he would regularly you drive with quote full lock and lots of throttle guy is my candidate. Now Jack Brabham as we'll see in the story awesome dude kind of takes young Bruce underwing dude spoiler alert and young. Bruce would go head to head with this guy. Bruce in the Heeley were entered in a sports car race that ran before the formula cars race rate. Welcome back to Bruce in the Heeley So Bruce in the book mentions that the race organizers had They discovered the previous year that having two classes at the same time on the same track kind of a bad idea because these local sports car drivers that were like guys like Bruce. Yeah like modern cars but then you just had like formula cars also just that would be like driving disease the high low cars against because those are pretty good pretty fast like the best we can do. I think you'd agree with Lewis Hamilton and like Dan your card though I would fun. Let's just call up. Mercedes all right yes. Stranger things have happened. We'll get back to more pass guest right now. Over More Sponsors Marquess Brownlee here AKA HD. Let me borrow your ear for a second to tell you about my podcast way form over the past decade. I've been reviewing all kinds of tech on youtube everything from smartphones to tablets to electric cars to headphones two. Tv's and everything in between put even with over a thousand plus videos. I've always found. There's more to talk about so way. Forum comes to you in the form of a chat show between myself and Co host. Andrew Manganelli longtime member of the team where we discussed everything. We haven't had the chance to dive into in the videos so we've pulled back the curtain and talk about how we look at new tech behind the scenes on. Actually making the videos will chat with fellow creators and guests and do mini reviews of pretty much anything with an on button. There's rants it's all on way form so that sounds interesting to you. You can find us on spotify apple podcasts or anywhere he listen catch.
"mclaren" Discussed on Past Gas
"Known quit touch. What is the attorney my headphones town turnover? Okay you want to deliver the show. I think what every time you're the. Okay Yeah Welcome back. Pass Gas. Give it a little more. Welcome back if you'RE GONNA if you're GONNA do the intro give it some around all right. Hey Juice Hey Bruce McLaren yes it is. Hello hello listener. Welcome back to pass gas. The don't Media Automotive History Talk Thank you. Thank you for joining us once again. I Love I love all the engagement. You've gone a level. The kind words that you guys send us on twitter place guys personally for all the gross mouth noises. I've been doing yes. The Air I'm not deadpool's friend from the bar. Tj Miller is not in the studio with me today. Who is in the studio today? Is Mr James Pump Free Mr Joe? Wherever he stole my noise GonNa say ooh baby here. I didn't know that like we decided who is going to get. It's alright you can have it alls realize I'm still wearing sunglasses that I put on as a joke. We are discussing Bruce McLaren today. The life of Bruce McLaren what. I don't know how many parts isn't going to be today. Definitely at least two maybe. Three maybe four depending on all the research staff. Hey guys welcome to the past gas. Podcast pass gas. Please help us grow by giving us a good rating and a nicer view on the podcast. Platform your choice to really help us out and I really appreciate that. So thank you all right now for the show. The McLaren Automotive Company is known for building some of the coolest Supercars on the road. There's a clearance service station down the street from our office and at least once a day a McLaren seven twenty s drives by and I think. Baby ooh baby one with a huge wing are not the. I mean I think some might have a huge wing. But that's the one with the big old hips space is yeah it looks like a spaceship So Yeah McLaren. They're known for those their supercars as well as having a very rich formula one heritage punctuated by names like Ayrton Senna ever heard of him Lewis Hamilton. And my personal favorite Fernando Alonzo. Ever heard of him. But how did the company get there guys? What was it about McLaren automotive's namesake? That helped the company. Get to the top. While we'LL SEE BRUCE. Mclaren was an incredibly tenacious and brilliantly creative man to quality I think drive the company. Today is great qualities. We just saw little tiny kid being pushed in a like toy McLaren. Yeah to this morning mincy. That's a sign which call an omen. It was that kid good omen that kids. Debt is the devil in the form of wiler. No one so yes Our source for this episode is Bruce McLaren from the cockpit by Bruce McLaren was published in nineteen sixty four. And I have so much respect for someone who can write their own autobiography again and just the amount of detail that bruce goes into on. It seems like he writes about every race. He ever competed in. And it's like it. Does it start strong. Because he talks about his early life But then he just gets into this hundred page long stretch of different races and I was like. Oh Oh boy I always admire people who can do that and just like recall every little detail of like these crazy like he must've done thousands of races and the fact that he can go back and just like remember every turn of it is insane to me. That's like how Jay z like doesn't right his rhymes down right. Like how do you do that? No he doesn't now does a little wing. That's crazy yeah. I don't even know your guys names all right so without further to a yes. I'm excited me too. Let's dive in to the life and Times of a Mr Bruce McLaren New Zealand national hero. Mclaren's autobiography starts Bruce Waking Up in a German Hospital by the way this is not a book report. But I'm just I just want to let you guys know got. We didn't think it was okay. Anyway wakes up in a German hospital. He's wondering why he was there. Then he remembers chasing down John. Sir Ferrari in Jim Clark's Green Lotus. He is oddly common. His recollection quote most racing drivers. Have some sort of accident during their career and deep in my heart. I knew there was no reason why I should be an exception. I thought this might be why I wasn't alarmed at finding myself in hospital. This great quote from the opening pages. Kind of encapsulates. The mentality of Bruce McLaren if you don't fear crashing then you're free to drive as fast as you want. Hell Yeah Bruce McLaren started racing as a quote. He called himself a secretly scared sixteen year old behind the wheel of an Austin Ulster seven in a hill. Climb ten years later though. Bruce would be racing in formula. One it is said that Racing Java's Abon not made but I guess I happened along. Those two categories Bruce McLaren was born on August thirtieth nineteen thirty seven in Auckland New Zealand. Bruce's grandfather had started one of New Zealand's I quote bus and truck businesses. He didn't really elaborate on what that meant. But I assume hauling stuff in people and bursts father ran a service station slash garage in Remera New Zealand. Remm wear Rim wehre Ramir wear. We are probably going to butcher somebody whose names. Yeah sorry. Sorry to all our Q. Is Out there related. They're so cool. Yeah I think we do have some listeners and definitely some people who watch youtube channel from New Zealand we respect the FAA guys. Sorry if I make your accent sound funny. That's not my intention. And so if we say a bunch of the words wrong. We're doing our best. All right bruce had been around cars since a young age quotes since then there had always been a McLaren connected with motor transport. Bruce's dad and uncles were adept motorcyclists who dominated the racing scene in New Zealand. If anyone in history was destined to be racing legend it seemed Bruce McLaren was hand. Chosen by the gods of speed. But it wouldn't be that easy. When Bruce was almost ten years old. He showed early signs of polio in his left hip when the polio vaccine didn't ease the pain the doctors decided to x. Ray Him and they've found early signs of purpose disease which affects lubrication in the hip and caused joint to seize up. The doctors ordered Bruce two rest days of rest turned into weeks. Weeks turned into months months in the years. Bruce's treatment would last almost two years and it's kind of crazy in the documentary. 'cause they put him they just have to make his stip his hips like as static as possible so they put them in this like Gurney kind of thing and strap his legs down. So his hips can't move at all. Then they put weights on his ankles and he had like sit in this chair for two years two years. Yeah Bruce and four other boys were confined in similar setups. And we're giving wheelchairs to get around. So they like they took that setup that Bruce was in but then they made it. Mobile wasn't really like a wheelchair. Wheelchair is say you're just like in this weird like a Gurney Gurney thing. Yeah so when you have five boys in these weird wheelchair setups. It's inevitable that they decide to race them. I mean yes but you do push us towards the edge of the hill. Brugere Bruce's friends an after dark wheelchair bed race around the hospital. One day they changed their beds together and wrote down some ramps in front of the facility. Hell Yeah Hell Yeah. Love these guys after gaining some speed on the ramps. The train shares went down the hospitals driveway. Where a right hand turn was waiting for them since ten year. Old Boys don't understand the NUANCES OF WHEELCHAIR. Bed thing handling the boy train collided with the curb and train collided with the curb and caused a quote colossal pileup of wheelchairs. Bruce's traction frame broke free from the the the mobile setup and sent him flying into a flower bed. Like this is already a movie. Sure Timothy Shower me. Bruce was in the hospital for two years before he was allowed to stand on his own. Two years two years free from his standing wheelchair however when he stood up he found out that one leg was shorter than the other one of the hanging weights hadn't been set correctly and Bruce would walk with a slight limp for the rest of his life. You'd think they would like check in on it after a week and be like Oh our all our weights separate in two years. We'll be right back with more of this story but first a word from.
Royal farewell: Harry, Meghan on final duty before new life
"Prince Harry and his wife Meghan the Duchess of Sussex will fulfill the final will commitment when they make their loss working public appearances wheels at the annual Commonwealth service at Westminster Abbey in London that departure marks the end of a two month drama that began when the couple announced plans to walk away from that role as a senior members of Britain's royal family and into a world where they will have to earn a living pay their own way and even open some doors for themselves well thanks but Pauline McLaren believes that exit will be damaging to the wheel brand I think it's a very big blow actually because I think Harry and Meghan are hugely popular I think they were seen as very progressive are seen as very progressive with new ideas that really touch a younger audience Karen Thomas London
"Welcome back to the noise pop. Podcast I'm your host Adrian. Spinelli come and see you from different studios in San Francisco California. We've got a great episode for you today. Rejoining the studio by the man behind confession here at my favorite album of twenty nine thousand Roberto Carlos Lingerie better known by stay shame allow NATO. Latest album is called. This is how you smile. It's out now and revenge international and Roberto's here in San Francisco to play at Great American music hall tonight as part of noise pop festival. Twenty twenty and he's here right now in the flesh a different I studios this morning to share his my mix with us more on that in a second but first Roberto Hello. Hey thank you so much for spending part of your morning with us. Thanks for having me. This is cool. This is cool The show is sold out tonight. Yeah I heard. Yeah Pretty Awesome. Well deserved I think the last time you played the chapel last year? When you're on the album tour yeah and I was at that and the noise pop put on a show at McLaren Park at the Jerry Garcia amphitheater. Yeah and awesome with Mexican ensued. Sounds out it was super fun very goal. We we're we're continuing the noise pop relationship here with with a lot of grow So let's see us some background for listeners. On you here Were you born in Florida? I was born in Florida. Your parents are originally from Ecuador they are and they settled into New York then went to Florida. And now you've been in Brooklyn for at least a decade may be too yeah I I. I moved around a lot but moved to New York in two thousand six go And this album. That just came out. This is how you smiles your sixth studio l. p. and then there's been a four volume series that kind of comes intermittently in between a story. Yeah Yeah Part. One two three and four. This album was disarm really grabbed me because I think it's I mean there's there's been so much has been written like. Oh It's his best work today but I think it's it's kind of fully formed in a certain way. I think that your music really has had an evolution year. Discography talk a little bit about that evolution. And what you've arrived at with. This is how you smile. I believe it's maybe it's hard to have perspective on the evolution of what I've done and looking at it now but more so because they almost always feel like. I'm like the same person I've always been for a long time and I think the things that you experienced kind of like just become a part of you and it's not something that I'm like hyperfocused onto like be like. Oh this is what's changed but I think was making this music. I think what change specifically for this record was The process in which I made it. Which in the past. Ev always made all my on my work and music and I still do at home at a home studio and it sure that's base with My partner and my wife and her and I are always like present with each other while we're working but then also sometimes it's it's kind of like you know if you have somebody else that you're just like hanging hanging around with at Edison here. There's there's a lot of for lack of a better word distraction like you kind of see each other exactly what you mean as somebody who works at home with their partner as well and ended some so this. The process for this record was a little bit different where I was able to work at a two different studios or three different studios. And they're like more private studios like friends were letting me use them or else renting them from them and and it was a more of like an isolated affair in terms of spending way more time. Kind of like with a lot less distraction and just focus and attention every day So I think in terms of evolution that kind of understood that I needed that to look at the work that I was doing in a different in a different way in a more hyperfocused way and I think that was that was like the outcome of of just that like the record for sure. This is how you smile. I think your your music has always had this like self analysis aspect to it like you're always kind of your coming to terms with your identity and who you are and Maybe in this. Is You say this isolated environment. was a way for you to tap into realizations that maybe you hadn't arrived at in the past definitely. Yeah and and it's just pulling from what you know. I mean like that's kind of like whenever I've worked or made music or just understood the things that I like. The most of what I make is usually coming from what you decide which is like self analyze Asian and just like learning a lot about myself for sure through sound and I and I'll say for our listeners that you know I know. I say it was my favorite album last year but I think for me as as somebody who's from South America originally you know listeners. Now I'm from Brazil. There was a lot that I found in it but I wasn't the only person that thought this album was great. You know just to kind of real it off. It was a top ten album of the year. Pitchfork pretty much every list. We had it in our top albums at paced everybody So it's just. It's been a great parade around the sun for this last year. Congratulations man thanks. Yeah you had a massive tour. What have you been doing since that tour resting sleeping a lot? Yeah I think there's like There's always like I don't think people know how. Long I've been touring touring for like fifteen years. You know turn forty this year. And there's like so many things and I think there was like a combination of like a lot of moments and like I think this record was definitely like a combination of a lot of the work that I had been doing with allow NATO previous and around. That wasn't related and we played. I think over one hundred shows but I think people forget like you like oh. I played one hundred shows like it's great because they get to these shows another hundred travel days you know and even even for this show tonight. You got here last night. You know what I mean. You're settlement forbidden San Francisco. You got load in this afternoon and you're doing this with us here for an hour just yet. So so I've taken these past few months to recuperate and sleep pretty deeply in just own kind of just open up like the band with of reading and calming down and stopped using like on a day to day. I was able to work with some people who were helping like do like social media stuff so I stopped doing that like on a day to day. And so that that's really helpful as well. I I recommend that to everyone. Yeah that's been part of like a huge part of just like this. The these moments of like Recuperating absorbing everything that's happened and I think I think it's important for someone who anyone who's making anything like any kind of work Any artist writing or visual or or sounder. Music like you just need more time to absorb all the things that have happened like I think it's almost impossible to like feel fuel everything and understand everything by just you know by not stopping you have to stop and just takes more
What phone should I get to replace my Nokia Lumia 1520?
"I did the Nokia cell phone users to fight with the mid nineties okay work we're going back yeah it is sixty ten brick to sixteen fifty yeah and then of course when windows the integrative window open for you know kill integrated with windows we came out with the thirty and I currently have the fifteen twenty which is still running on the eight point one phone OS which is in the water yeah it did yeah they're going to door mail yeah there than the guy driving the Tesla but anyway sorry that's a mean thing to say but I know you're doing your I know the feeling so Nokia remembered and okay got purchased by Microsoft in perhaps one of the worst acquisitions in the history of technology Microsoft eventually wrote them off for billions of dollars but there are no give phones being made they're being made by the literally the guys across the street H. M. D. so they're a quick they're they're using Nokia designs there are still some phone people Nokia they just you know I don't think I think even eventually the Microsoft walk in will go away and they'll be able to make phones again if they want to but right now they use an H. M. D. company and they actually what's with the recently which I think is hysterical they made they started making the thirty three ten again yeah which is a classic Danny bar phoning it in and you can place in a content wait wait let me figure this when they move to the fifteen twenty and introduce the windows platform I loved it I love Microsoft killed that big that's gone it is it is they shot it in the faces of the bloody mess but here's here's my question in doing some research fail I read a lot of research unix and there's a couple guys on the windows central review guys that work for windows that saying that Hey if if they're dead in the water if you really want to stay within windows platform or something close to it we recommend going to a phone call bill one plus certain patrols yes very nice phone but that's an android device it is very critical yeah in the end this is the good thing about it is you could load up all of Microsoft software services launcher phone containing a look H. and L. whole bunch of good luck not since going to give you what you loved I'm going to guess about windows phone that live tile front page was fantastic it was a beautifully designed operating system I think it should it had it been timing it been better and Microsoft had done a better job with the carriers that might have been the the king of smartphones the problem is they came to the table late android and iOS very well established by the time Microsoft came up with this windows phone windows phone I think it was the first decent one and the real problem they had as developers are very chosen companies banks you don't start ups all were either doing iOS or android and they didn't have room I mean even if most of them only in one of the other the ones that did both never had room for a third operating system completely different and effective thing that really killed there are two things that killed windows phone one is the carriers if you went into a Verizon store and said I'd like to know more about that Nokia windows phone yeah they'd still return to an android device they wouldn't they would even show it to you so that was a problem when they didn't get the carriers to come along problem to think if the developers to come along and the kiss of death was when banks started saying yeah we're not gonna make our app for the windows platform yeah because if if you can't do some critical things with a smart phone like your banking it just kills the platform there was no Instagram eventually torch the upload torched blow torched it was the end of the line and I I feel bad about it because I think I agree with you I loved my windows phone well yeah yeah yeah so my my question is I don't know how much knowledge you have of the one plus seven Kroll have won it you do yeah it's a great phone I love you I love you and it will include tonic way but I I try to buy most of the really worth while the phones if I don't have it then one of my colleagues we have an android show called all about android will have it I was I fell in love with the one plus seven pro now there are a thousand dollars from from Amazon maybe a couple don't get it from Amazon they're now selling for five hundred dollars so here's the thing about one plus one plus makes in my opinion yeah first class feature phones I'm sorry first class flagship phones at a significant discount so if you want a Samsung if you want a Google or you want an apple smartphone you're going to spend around a thousand Bucks but one plus very intentionally keeps their price point below that so seven pro right now is five hundred dollars I think it's really there's some things that they do that are really cool for instance there's no hole puncher notch they have a little periscope for the selfie camera goes up and down I think that's hysterical it's got a very nice ninety hertz display faster refresh rate means smoother scrolling hi there it's the year resolution the screen is fully edge to edge and beautiful thing that's most important to me and this is a big issue if you're gonna get an android phone you want a company that's not going to muck with Sandra too much one plus has their version of Andrew called oxygen which I think is as close to pure and right as you can get better than Samsung's version Google of course makes a pure android phone and I think Google phones are good but I think the one plus is better hardware so if you're looking for a really good look nothing I'd knowledge I I I'm with the I miss them my mind okay ten those are great phones but if you're looking for an android phone that can compete I think the one plus seven is a group of seven pro is a great choice I would also add that even though Microsoft makes a launcher in all the gaps and stuff is never gonna look people think all the Microsoft launcher must have those live tiles now so nothing's gonna look like your windows phone but I understand that I understand that yeah understand the would I be able to back up to the Microsoft one drive using the one plus seven pro yes okay yeah I mean it's not a windows phone but yeah if they they also missing the one plus some pros out of stock at one plus I think that's because they have a new one coming up look at the seventy which is much like their seven plus that's back at the seven pro I kind of like the actually the the the the the I really like the seven pro because it has the periscope with the seventy is is probably just as good might be a little bit X. but less expensive that came out in October so that those are both fairly new phones one is they have this vertical but that the one plus seven pro Michael Ehrenberg don't get the McLaren version that's a five G. phone right I don't think there's five G. of Ventura I went there I went into the T. mobile store because they're offering that McLaren version I said them great I'd five Jeez here where can I get it not here can I get in San Francisco now where can I get it they said you kinda you kind of open the redwoods they've got one five G. transmitter it's crazy that's it that's it but the thing about the McLaren it offers what it had six hundred fifty six of of gigabytes or some don't know they'll give them a clear in that year that's crazy plus you well you got money to burn go ahead but you don't you're not gonna get five G. check to make sure they don't require you to buy five G. plan because that's even not you're spending for money on five G. that you're not getting five G. kills the battery five he's not ready for prime time and T. mobile US five G. is really just cut I mean it's six hundred megahertz so this is a long story too I I don't know if I should it didn't bark into this five G. is a marketing term yeah it is and T. mobile is rolling out five G. over six hundred megahertz that's good because it travels farther goes through walls it's bad because it's not anywhere near the low latency and speed of millimeter wave five G. which is way far out so a lot of what you hear about five June five G. is gonna be great cars will be talking to each other and love all of that is down the road with millimeter wave that's not what T. mobiles offering right now they're offering six hundred megahertz people who've user I can't because I'm not you kavya the people who use it say it's not noticeably faster okay and then lastly I understand it by by the internet international unlocked version I could stick with my eighteen T. plans correct yeah they don't lock these you can get put in the sim in it you can put your eighteen T. seven at and and they won't know the difference I'm I highly recommend the one plus these are great phones okay okay I just have to break the bank and I get that get a hammer that
Prince Harry taking a "leap of faith" by giving up his royal duties
"Prince Harry says he's taking a leap of faith as he stepped back from royal duties in the empty building more useful life one three of the journalists were filmed but photographed and written about him since the day he was born but it's not likely to play out that way global fame will follow hairy and is the star wife Meghan even as they do you can't the seemingly more benign environment of Canada royal expert Pauline McLaren says even if they will leave the media will leave them alone aren't being
7 cases of Legionnaires' Disease under investigation at McLaren Macomb Hospital
"Nine fifty the Macomb county and state health departments are investigating an outbreak of legionnaire's disease at a local hospital seven cases have been reported between late July in mid September and could be connected to McLaren the call the hospital legionnaires disease is a severe pneumonia like long infection caused by a water borne bacteria build a dell is head of the Macomb county health department if you were a patient at that hospital and bay or any other healthcare facility and you are having some of the signs or symptoms it's very important that you contact your primary care physician Dallas has been clear Macomb is cooperating and are taking extra water system monitoring and testing at this
"mclaren" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Stop very committed to it you did a whole hearing really does justice to just how far he paired he did he was he was a good half to hire any credit you create used eyebrows pairing over with his hand it was a it was a very very excited about that we should do video that late so people can appreciate it anyway Polka people need to know how committed I made total sense. Avatar testing was dissolved go through that process so they could turn the spotlight themselves as well both sides needed to split as well but it was the perfect benchmark at the time wasn't because of that point right but we're still talking having pretty much the best chassis McLaren always benchmarked their Hyundai chassis.
Apple loses top designer Jony Ive
"Apple's chief designer Jonathan I is leaving after more than two decades in which his icon, ick designs for the MAC ipod and iphone turned one of silicon buddies faded giants into the world's most valuable company Janine Gibson discusses is means for apple and what Jonathan will do next with Tim Bradshaw and Matthew galahad. Sarah hunt for those outside the tech world. He might not know the significance of Johnny alive. Who is he? Well, I consider myself outside the tech world. And I mean, he's always a huge figure within the tech world, an even bigger figure out of it because along with Steve Jobs. He's the man responsible for the apple as we know it today, and the suite of products and gadgets and computers developed, which effectively changed the world of consumer electronics changed the world in terms of the way we interact with telephones and gave the world its first smartphone. He is someone with a very clear design aesthetic and without Mary to the drive and the relentless push for excellence. Steve Jobs, embodied, the two were kind of perfect pair. And the apple, we know today was on its knees when the two of them together. So he is a huge huge figure one of the biggest figures in global business. So his departure from apple is a very, very big deal because. Apple design leads the technology anyway, doesn't it? Yeah. Very much say the design studio were Johnny works, and web, Steve Jobs. Spent a lot of his time really comes up with the concepts of new ideas for products, and even anything down through the materials that they use to create those undescribed deep expiration of what's coming next so day than sort of go out and partner with engineering teams. The software teams to turn those into products ready the seeds of those ideas come from quest small, number of people inside a company that employs one hundred thirty thousand across its software retail operation. So it's a very small, but very influential group that Johnny has led full twenty odd years design leads the company, doesn't it? Absolutely. Yeah. Unlike any other apple, I think, doesn't think of itself as a tech company if thinks of itself as a design company that comes to peace tech. So if the aesthetics requires you to invent new material, you will go off and invent new. Yeah. If you come out with a phone turns out space slightly bendy than you had expected the next phone comes out with a slutty strengthened aluminium. So it doesn't bend, for example. So why is he leaving? Now, then, Johnny says when we spoke to him this week that he's leaving now because he feels like he's completed a certain number of big projects that have been trained for quite some time in terms of Apple's internal projects. That means the move to apple park, its new headquarters that he designed along with jobs in Norman foster and also that comes with it a sort of a new setup full that design studio, which has brought together, not just industrial design, which is perhaps what we think of Johnny. And Appleford Demery the sort of the physical hardware, it self, but bringing in interaction designers, font, designers people think about different ways in which we touch tap fail. Whatever comes out of the software, and the jets themselves, and that's been working progress. Full a very long time. It's a multibillion dollar projects. I think Johnny said the in Steve Jobs. I talked about it in two thousand four as they were walking through high park in London. I think there is also a secondary question around what motivates, Johnny himself, and why he feels like this. Moment where he wants to branch out and do things he's not going to be quizzing, working with apple together. He won't be an employee anymore, but they will retain his offices to advise on design and strategy and product innovations. But he will no longer be restricted to just doing technology. Now, he's not saying an awful lot about what else he is going to do with this new venture that he starting, but one can imagine that, that might run from anything from peaceful expensive pieces of jewelry or furniture to something completely different. He's bringing with him Newson, who's another apple designer in a longtime collaborator of Janis who worked on plain interiors and cars and watches. So the resources inside apple almost unlimited, but the canvas is somewhat constrained. And so maybe he just feels after twenty five years, he wants to do something different. Do you think that the nature of the company's changing Matt, that it's something that has been so aesthetic lead and design lead, and that you can move the world in order to achieve your vision, but apple is necessarily becoming more about services and expensive video streaming? Software perations than hardware, certainly. I think that's a big part of it. I mean, the smartphone market is maturing new competitors in China and undercutting the sorts of things. Apple does. It's still by far and away the biggest part of its business, but it's not growing as quickly as it used to in the big pot. With more. Potential is services, as you say, in video and music and other things. How much influence can one person is used to sculpting, beautiful objects have on a sort of the'real, intangible business light services? Yeah. I think that's right. I mean, the apple line has always been that actually what makes the iphone specialists, not just the hardware combination of hardware, and software and services. And although Johnny started as an industrial designer he did take over software GT's as well. And he has a guy I think he was seven he sort of strip that back made it much minimalist lot flatter. Got rid of some of the faux leather, textures and sort of ring binder stuff that you had in the original I find as it came out. And so he's proved that he can't do software as well. But I guess we haven't seen from apple a right through. In things like Siri and virtual assistance and artificial intelligence. And although some of that is roar engineering and technology and not scenario where Google has lost more data that can pull on apple does, it is also a question of how humans interact with technology and the way Siri works just isn't as good as Alexa, or Google assistant. Do you think any of this is down two pups getting a little booed? I mean being the same place for such a long time, having such influence sees the company, moving in a slightly different direction. And it's now time to think about things a living technology. I think twelve plus years of iphones. A ni- becoming evermore. It's relative. I do think the must be sort of sense of you. Here we go again. They obviously look a long way ahead many years, aheads. And so he will know that the car the small classes, and whatever is coming in health next that we expect all brewing in those labs. He'll be involved in those and we'll continue to be, I think, but the must be something that you just want to try something completely different. And when I spoke to him he. Talked a little bit about wanting sort of try and find that space and clear at to think of new ideas and get different kinds of crisis stimulating, he talks a lot about the creative process, rather than just the products that come out at the end of them. And I did get a sense that maybe just felt like he was on a bit of a treadmill and never really got the kind of free space to roam, and he won't. He's coming along way from his humble beginnings, and fully embrace the Californian lifestyle very much site. Boy, from ching food is, yeah, we're done good. Yeah. I'm might be overrun meant citing. This is a frequent problem. But I have this very Ben bradlee Katharine Graham view of Steve Jobs, and Johnny. I building this company together with the creative, tension partnership. It's going on. Yeah. Yep. This a whole soundtrack, and that somehow, you know, won't Steve Jobs wins the company's inevitably drifted onto Tim to be bit more corporate, and most structurally lead in poor Janis. Aesthetic vision has been forced out. I think this must be something to that, for sure. Say that just soon delivered or no? I mean it was opponent ship. I think they would both Joe's still here. He would say, I mean, they were collaborators the like of which is not been seen, and they had lunch together every day jobs was constantly in the design studio. I asked him cook, you know, how often he goes, and he says. Well, I'm I'm very busy. I goes offense like hand every it doesn't sound like the having lunch together. And so, I think that's on the other hand, you know, the apple watch and the airports, and the sort of whole push into wearable, technology, was definitely a post jobs endeavor that process began in two thousand twelve and so, although the watch got a very lukewarm reception. When it started it has become a bit business. I think the uphold similarly people like why does that little dribble of toothpaste, look like sticking out of my, but now they've sort of almost become their own viral phenomenon and that's not just him. That's the whole team of people that work in design. They've proven that they can do something beyond. Now, I guess what we haven't seen, and frankly, may never see from apple is something as big as the iphone, I guess. That sort of thing that hangs over, and I again, also Johnny about that. And he said, well, I didn't show success by numbers. It's more about the ideas and the satisfaction and the little invisible things that we do that people not licensed. Their lives are being made better. That's fine. That would have appealed, Steve Jobs and possibly note. That have from I haven't, I mean, you've referred to the initial skepticism move up at ports when the MAC book, the latest book in the keyboards that don't work nasal. Hooky. Stand the thousand. Well, I didn't I mean Johnny might sleep that is the pinnacle of his achievements. The monitor stemmed pros what he's spending his time doing. Yeah, I think I think the bigger question behind all of this is who makes decisions about which apple products come out and see the light of day and rightly or wrongly that was always singularly associated with jobs. He was the one he said million dollars and a few yeses, and I think Johnny has sort of taken on that role. But maybe not how that sounding board, the he had when jobs was alive. And I think Tim cook is a fantastic operator. He's a fantastic diplomats, which is a very important role for apple at the moment. But yeah, you don't get that sense that he's energized by the spark of an idea. And how do we nurture this? He wants to know when it comes out the other side, how to make it in huge volumes and how to make a big success. But who after Johnny his left full-time apple is actually making that decision is not clear. And they say it's many people that I knew were talking about designed by committee. Which put on the spot come they flourish without him. Well without him is this open question? I mean he's starting this new venture called love from or one word. It has been in California alone, time has has done so love from we'll have apple as its first client, and he says that he wants to be sort of very closely involved for very, many years. But up until now Apple's had him ultimate cells. And so I think that there are other questions around whether upward flourish, which I think, in the short-term, have much more to with the China US trade war, and how many people in China's still wants by phones. Whether China will still be where I finds a maid or whether they have to move production out wholesale which is very complicated and expensive. And so the iphone franchise will continue with or without Johnny. I think, and it's hard to sort of say how closely involved, he's been in the phone, but he is a call not. He's a judge at the Goodwood festival of speed he likes 'cause he wanted to buy McLaren for awhile. Yes. That was a scoop. He was. Was enough teeth story. So yeah, but you kind of wonder what that I mean that definitely spending lots of money exploring Wilson autonomous vehicle can do and how it will work. But what does that actually look like? And whether Johnny has the right person to design, not as a fan of traditional calls or whether you need someone with a completely blank slate. I mean, they're all those argue that actually this is the right moment to really shake up monument, apple more, generally, we see Angela errands, leave the head of retail. They've Bruce in a very senior artificial intelligence engineer from Google to oversee machine learning where they have been weak. And you know, maybe this will create a new kind of air film. They certainly have the resources that disposal to kind of feel holds write them off. Big question for apple so Jonathan's off to become a yacht interior designer whatever he's going off today. But in the big ranking of Google Facebook, Amazon Apple who's now on top. Does this make any difference fathom? Well Microsoft right now is the world's most valuable company in the only one of the big Silicon Valley companies that is worth more than a trillion. Never talk about, Microsoft his quite has quite boring. I mean. I mean I find Amazon is such juggernaut right now and seems to have that carefree spirit of innovation and experimentation, which has been quite the opposite of how apple has worked where you sort of very deliberately and secretly come up with something. And then launch it into the world as technology expands into every for lives. I feel like Amazon is perhaps, the most dynamic of that group that doesn't currently at least have the privacy baggage, a Facebook or Google might have all the sort of legacy problems of. We've we still have iphone sales that make up two-thirds of our revenues. And how do we ever get out from under that? Do you think that's right? Yeah. I think I'm clearly motiva- are ascendant. And they have been in the ascendancy for some time and apple has its own struggles
"mclaren" Discussed on CarCast
"These Belcher phonetically engineered for perfect fit form and function for ninety eight percent of the vehicles on the road in the US, and Canada, the continental technology series, multi V belt, the belt with the longest name possible. I mean, the belt with the pedigree to get the full story. Go. Go to OT technologies here. He's dot com. I just got a dirty look from Chris. I wonder why. It's a anyway. All right. So moving on. The, the McLaren it's, it's I keep saying McLaren. I think it's make Laron Macklin. Nick learn McLaren. It's. Glenn. I didn't love the ashtec gold. It's kinda yellowy. It looks good. Sometimes in the sunlight and then this weekend, this past weekend, was the HR wheels open house of hand, and then I realized like all these supercars roll into the hotel at one point. And they were all like mastro's for dinner, and I was like, oh, on Instagram pictures from the H, R E open house and all these cars were coming back from that event. They were all stopping. So somebody rolled up to the hotel to the Ritz Carlton, and parked, a blue McLaren may was five seventy or something. And then the seven twenty s was parked next to it. Seven twenty is bad ass. You can see, it's the bigger brother of those cars, but then you're like, man. That blew is so good. And then you start to regret the ELO. I gotta say, I'm not I and I share this before I'm not a fan. Old cars, even though I own a couple muscle cars that won't be. But that car. I just think it really eccentric. The lines it lifting credible. And I it just it said to me that, and this is, you know, out there to, to make a statement and it looked fast. I mean going for the gold when you're ration- one on f goal. Okay. I'm with you. It looks good picture in your head. Picture the ashtec goal seven twenty s and now picture it in any other Heller. What you know what I did? She it. And read didn't like it as much in. Right, right, red. It's gotta be the right read a straight up read. Yet, do it needs to be needs to be a little bit darker, sort of metallic read, the metallic needs to be in there, because there's like the concave kind of vent in the door that you, would you don't normally see because a lot of cars changing the color, they make it black to accentuate that with this car. You need the metallic to show the curves because it good metallic comes out almost a bright silver bright white when the sun is on it and that hot spot, and then the color sort of bleeds off of it. So you need a good blue metallic red metallic. Even silver be kind of cool. Wrong. I didn't say that. When I buy McLaren seven twenty s that I was going to older in asset gold. I just said, I enjoyed it on the prince card. Well, especially for tog Raphy. Let's get on camera. It looks great on camera and you're absolutely right. The metallic because that card does have all kinds of sexy curves to invents and, you know, from the back it has beautiful cover over the motor, and the carbon-fiber. So you know it really does show itself off. Well, fun fact, the seven twenty s has built in pizza oven. Yes, we found it didn't really kind of weird is on the bottom of the door. So it's got a scissor door. You open up the door and on the bottom of it like the sill of the door. There's two buttons and it opens the ton of cover, and there's a place to put like a briefcase like flat..
Legionnaires' case being investigated in Genesee County
"Another case of legionnaires disease in Genesee county, this time health officials are urging anyone who is at McLaren Flint hospital earlier this month and came down with pneumonia like symptoms to get checked out for legionnaires legionnaires disease is a respiratory infection caused by breathing in a midst of fresh water that was contaminated by bacteria. Health officials say this case is now part of an investigation into the source of the onus by local state and federal public health agencies as well as by McLaren Flint itself into similar pop-up cases over the past eighteen
Offering Unique Experiences to Visitors
"You're in a city that people often travel to and the most obvious examples in the US would be New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Orlando places like that then you have a unique opportunity to keep an eye out for people who are going to be visiting an offering to create unique experiences for them for me. This has happening more and more often here in Austin the week after next the serious decisions conferences here and the number of my clients will be coming to town as well. As people that I've gotten to know over the years, I've spent in the marketing technology space. There's also a little podcasters conference coming up in a few weeks as well. What prompted this tip is that I just sent a note to somebody who I know will be speaking at one of those conferences, we traded. Emails a couple of times, but we've never spoken and never met. And this is somebody that I'd really like to meet. So I simply mentioned that I knew they were coming to town and often to be their personal Uber driver and pick them up from the airport and offered to recommend some great places to eat or things to do since. I don't think they've been here before for serious decisions. I'm thinking about driving table at a fun restaurant or bar within walking distance of the conference for a few hours and just suggesting that people stopped by to say, hi, meet some of my other clients and friends. None of this has to take a ton of effort. It's just taking advantage of a situation. Right. When people are traveling to a new city they're excited and they're looking forward to that experience. So even if you don't get a chance to connect with them. You made a meaningful connection, you showed them that you're human, and they'll probably think of you a little bit more highly at least, I hope so and you can insert a w-. A lot of your own personality as well. I doubt he does this anymore after their latest seventy million dollar funding round this week, but in the super early days of sales loft their CEO Kyle porter would offer to pick people up from the Atlanta airport in McLaren. He even extended this offer to me, I don't know why. But like I said, it was very very early days of the company and Kyle is a huge car guy. And so that offer totally connects with his brand. And you know, what every time I go to Atlanta, I think about Kyle, and I think about sales loft. So think about that for yourself, can you keep an eye out for people coming to your city an offer to give them that uniquely local taste and experience and
"mclaren" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly
"One plus devices, the fact that it's not just fast. It's not just you have more multitasking because we have more ram. But you also have the advantage of of the U project boost will use ram the leftover ram to store portions of apps that you use. Us constantly. And so it's not just that the apple remained there. But also it'll remain faster as well. You're asking is it a good upgrade from the oneplus sex. Okay. All right. So for me, honestly with the one plus sixteen the standard one. I was like no I really liked my read one for six with a headphone, Jack. I really loved it. But man this. Mclaren looks really nice. It looks really nice performs. Really nice. I love the packaging like for was what what is it six ninety nine. I got here. So so for six ninety nine you get all this like, you get the case, you get the McLaren of that signature carbon-fiber plaque. You get that booklet, it's like you remember the old days when you use the unblock CDs. And there was this like experience inside there were even CDs were they were like pop up and bring like different things vertically like. How this feels so for less than the price of a standard flagship you get pretty much one of the fastest phones. Man. Like, that's the way. I see it. So is true. I'm totally done for this version of the sixteen in the past. Like, you know, as I said in my review, it's a great phone. But if you have a oneplus six, I wouldn't upgrade, I just I wouldn't. So do you feel that the difference between the eight gigs and the ten gigs of ram from the sixty to sixty McLaren actually make a difference on day to day usage. Well, the thing about it is you have to you have to consider the fact that it's not just in day to day usage. Think about twenty nineteen most people can't buy a phone each year, man. So the more powerful your phone is today, the more future proof it is for as long as you want to carry it for. So if you you know, instead of buying like right now how much is a pixel XL how my some seventy nine if I remember correctly. No, it's eight ninety nine eighty nine for the sixty four gigs. Yeah. Pixel three. Excel is okay. And all right. So that's a lot of money for four gigs of ram and wait four gigs of ram and sixty four gigs of storage. Whereas you get ten gigs of ram and two hundred and fifty six gigs of storage dual sim capabilities. I mean, come on also on the box in the pixel three is poor ram management. So you got that too. What? What you know? What you're absolutely right. There's poor ram management. Apparently. Okay. So one of the one of the best on the on. The excel I will say play music. Like, I always do. I always have something playing in the background. And then open up the camera the musical stop. That is happy not every time. But it has happened. Yeah. All right. So we have one more story. Also, I Paul to you Brandon. If we're not able to get you in our final segment because I know you might have to get out of here in a few. But I do think we have to talk a little bit about this..
"mclaren" Discussed on CarCast
"And all over forty bucks we'll ship for free all right so yeah so little horribly with mclaren yeah how many cars you guys making so lost you we did just over three thousand three thousand three hundred and forty and third of those into the us we'd about twelve hundred when did them for come out what year was that two thousand eleven so it's still a new company absolutely yeah we did a foul thousands call back night proof is there a goal and then you cap it can do five thousand seven thousand and then just hold their and that's it or something that the moves up between five and six thousand that's pretty much the capacity of oil production suits produce yeah so begins next year with producing the senate energy seven twenty six hundred sport series rangers we're gonna be up around four thousand calls yet when we went to the hill climb two years ago the fastest car up that hell oh yeah was that black mclaren remember it because i asked in front of me what the fastest guy there's one hundred seventy five cars there you got the guy who setting the record who goes in front of you you're then you're off like what is he missing cylinder like like guy somewhere else there's two hundred cars one guy it's going to be the king of the mountain that guy went in front of me he should be last because everybody else's waiting and you know people like hurry up let's get this line going he should be wasn't even full race trim was it no it was it was a it was a p one lm or joan the lens mode sport converted it to throw juice and put up the hill yeah that guy will also that guy so it was it was a it was a way more expensive than normal clarin p one but when we're going down the hill not on the track but just on the hill just to get just like through the paddock just to get on the track that car was a head of me and it got such a huge crowd that i was having trouble getting my car without running over i saw i'm like what am i chopped liver over here come on yeah some for the old school fellas i got paul newman's name on my roof we guys are all surrounding this brand new mclaren we get one those car covers that looks like the mclaren so you'll get the count in the morning and then we'll take the cover off if you need it for the drive down the hill into the over getting closer and closer to that fender you still need a side shot of the stupid car with you can you find a side shot of that car okay not not shot you're showing me side angle we can see what you did i got kinda mirror image image all right all right that was that was a nine thirty five i'll have to take care of at home left ignore my kids while i take care of that at home all right podcast one's got a survey they'd like you to check it out at podcast one dot com slash my survey go to podcast one dot com and click on the survey banner takes a couple minutes and it just helps that's right.
"mclaren" Discussed on CarCast
"You guys work together yes so we have won't be groups in climate group we will come to that same umbrella we see racing south ride costs right so we putting all gt folsom gonna five seventy four which were sons producing forty fifty calls out the now and i would would move to a small one makes something along those lines with that you wanna do like you're on like a ferrari challenge yes yes yeah we have something puma clara which is one of our of driving days we can go we can take you through an academy so he could take from a complete novice and you go through an graduate through to become a rice strive but whose race who's racing mclaren road cars now is a world challenge cars transam this improv is running in pretty well and places like that so the factory supported teams these guys have gotten thrown and doing it off tiffany calls out there yeah what is getting the support from i know you worked at rolls royce for a little while engaging and right off there you see when you go down the hill from goodwood there there she is and it's kind of cool we always see it over there where some clarinet so we're woking so about thirty miles south of london so we're gonna come with the full blown guys production sensitive and also insensitive for engineering so where's chichester is it south the way yes but if you took another strike down then you pretty much just a good with say mclaren's on the way from like if you land in heathrow going could would you could stop was actually yeah you can poke through yeah i did that i'm gonna screwed it up i think gaidon is where s and martin is something new member and i swung by aston and martin on way to chichester and that was quite a facility because the thing that's cool now everyone realizes that they're not going to do they're world class automotive piece of excellence and art and some cement tilt up costco with a flat roof and a swamp cooler on top of the building has kind of a flow test cars and a tent there maybe suck governmentsubsidized but right acid martin's facilities is cool this acid martin like yeah yeah yeah outside looks cool place has to be oh yeah yeah the same right it's gotta be fantastic yes it does guy to the rolls royce as well so yeah it's it's quite impressive if you've been there i know i've been up into acid martin what rolls royce we try we strive pass roles and but no one's home ever home and yeah we're we're going to be heading out to goods so we'd be great because i got to check the schedule but i'm starting to think like what are you doing next thursday we come back on the door guys open sundays of sure we can make an exception i love it i mean i it's so crazy impressive the thing i remember about aston martin as at the very end we got to wear the too old lady sewed the cow hides and the hey had a slightly different old school sewing machine are slightly different stitch so the head to make sure that couldn't mix and match she couldn't do the seats and he does or she does the dash covers she does the seat said to make sure they both did the same sounds like day hickel allergy over there well it is kind of fun where the old i think that thing that's nice about roles or acid martin even mclaren it's the heritage meets meets the new do you have a picture of that nine thirty five and i'm making that up to find my own now you're you're you're looking at an old you're you're looking at the wrong i know i said cocacola don't answering go fine and nine thirty five k three mutt the k three like eighty three or something and look at that front got damn fender all right i'm gonna ask you guys about mclaren i wanna know what the future is how many cars were making what's the goal but.
"mclaren" Discussed on CarCast
"I love the fact that mclaren and godley and i don't know indian motorcycles or whatever i love the fact the fact that there's brands and there's a recognition of the heritage and and these have value and that they're coming back and they're not all just getting sorta cast cast aside and i love that we're living in a in a world where mclaren what well first off i love that everyone's competing for for the hyper car crown in the world and all that does is make every every product that much better i hate the prius so much sorry chris when are you going to plug in electric mclaren well question yeah yeah i mean the p one was plugging it was hybrid rex ryan hard but it doesn't go on the on the motors you could go you could drive it i think for three miles it was pretty limited it's on but you could but i'm a fan of the hybrid technology for the use of increase performance because we're getting to the point where we need that like we can't go any quicker faster or anything like i don't know if we should go any quicker faster but we keep trying to and this is the technology that's gonna make it available right phil so yeah feeling the flex.
"mclaren" Discussed on CarCast
"The pressure as much as five cars resting on a high heel man they're working yeah look mclaren they got they got a four liter v eight thing is pumping out over eight hundred horsepower and the clearance senate gtri three is is the castro makes the oil specific i gotta get the ten oh that's right the stamped right on castrol edge they collaborated electric arts present an adrenalin filled driving challenge called titanium gamer and then figure out who skills or better the video or the actual driving you can check it out yourself and go to castro usa youtube pages castro usa youtube page div harvey in studio regional sales manager for mclaren automotive good seem mclaren claire steve different to devastate bobby now you've accent yeah we want the unveiling of the senna up on the roof of the beverly wilshire i think it was because we spent deal loved it matt said that he'd been reading up on the carbon following some stuff there'd been some people that weren't kind to it on social media he said but when you see it in person it is a totally different not bad not a bad angle on that car unbelievable what is the the color blue on that car called that one that was there sort of a grey blue victory gray color victory because it looked great with the orange access yeah that's the one there's the it has an interesting if you look at the front fender and you look at the front fender you're ready chris max here comes car stuff nine thirty five k whatever like the last some of the last generations of the nine thirty five when they got into full tube frame they had a front fender that had that kind of same sweep to it same look to it as a nine thirty five phantom fan of that look but that car is just all function in the form follows it and it's it's incredible piece of technology how many guys are how many are you gonna make it's a five hundred so five hundred of the senate soda is yeah the full in the function so we got some credible guys back at woking wizards in engineering and design departments you know everything about shrink wrapping the body so you have a great job of it's it's unbelievable that the lineup now consists of five seventy yes so we're gonna sports series so you go to five seventy five seventy s coupe gt and pops just spot okay said three versions of the latest one that's coming up at six hundred eighty so that's been announcing the twentieth june so that calls going to be getting dealerships around tober time so that's a big step ross fourth of.
"mclaren" Discussed on Let's Talk About Cars YO!
"Got their own shoot somebody in the master this yeah if you're mclaren you're gonna take money away from performance and put it into carplay right now right now what what i he's saying what they will get your but you're spending more money developing your own infotainment system rather than taking a nano that's based on a pre an another one another software oh okay this is old thirdparty licensed e everything okay either either way i bring this up because mclaren has teeth another car yep another cars coming out but fortunately good for you good for you though it does not affect the seven twenty s yet because it is a five seventy s successor when we talked about a while ago the six hundred hundred six hundred art no one knows whatever the name is going to be and you don't even know if it's going to be that it could be some weird name that they're doing again that has to do with their history heritage you know what they're going to car in this car the special thing about this is going to have that in please don't say anyone to any don't say anything to anybody please okay i'm gonna say it'd be better secret i'm not going to sit in it's going to have that same v8 that he's in the seven twenty can you imagine that on a tiny five seventy holy waiver extra race blood everywhere and just more air holes than you did you did you see in that teaser image the massive like carbon fiber diffuser i did i did and here's here's the deal we're going to be the last ones together because we gotta buy it used 'cause won't sell me one so we're gonna have to wait you look at you stop saying that.