18 Burst results for "Mike Helton"

"mike helton" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

03:59 min | 3 weeks ago

"mike helton" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"Like your kid on christmas. And you get what you want. And i think there's something like funding refreshing about. I don't know because i career when he beat the titans like he just hugged security guard like the guy had just given him a million dollars. And i love that you know. I think that there's like a is a whimsical nature to that that that makes me enjoy. And he's i mean he was always like that he was. I think you're seeing this a little bit now in san francisco where i mean. He was the life behind that team. That made the super bowl right as much kyle. Shanahan was the schematic force. Robert sala was the culture in the energy in the rah rah and so i think the jets caught that at the right time. And he's the right person for this organization that you have to be that way. I mean we saw what rex ryan was able to do. And kind of blow some life into this organization. I think that robert solid the same kind of guy. Just a very different approach. It's a great point. Connor about what he brought to the forty niners one thing. We should touch on. Briefly was a very questionable lowering the helmet penalty on bengals defender. Mike helton it didn't seem in line with the spirit of the rule. Obviously any rule changes implemented to protect player. Safety are important and good and necessary. But in this instance. Mike helton seemed to go in to make the tackle look like his target was going to be the torso of tie johnson. The running back looked like he was just going in for a pretty textbook. Tackle form tie johnson then. Almost reflexively lowers his head to brace for the contact but ends up basically dipping his head into mike hilton. It didn't seem like a very good call and it was the third downplay that have made the call against the bengals. The bengals would have gotten the ball. Now there are a lot of different things that change the outcome of the game. This was just one factor in the outcome of the game but it is disappointing to see a questionable call. Have such an impact on the game. And you know be something that's not reviewable. It's disappointing for a couple reasons right especially when you hate when i thought this about the body way rule Lowering the helmet rule when their rules that are designed by the competition committee to increase the safety of the game and to key players. Healthy when it's over called or it's called. I think it contributes to the cynicism that certain players especially defensive players have about the rules in the first place and you know how the rules are already against them. And how well. Then if you know you're gonna call it anyway. It doesn't matter how hits you you know. And so there is that attitude right zad undercurrent and when something like that happens. It is sorta disappointing right because these rules as much as everybody wants to roll the rise in you know in in in shake their head at it and say odds ruining the game and all this stuff. It's designed with with good in mind right. I mean there's no you know we don't sound like the. Nfl wants to turn everything into fifty point game. Although i guess. I'm supposing that will be good for the brand but i do think that there is a genuine concern after seeing generations of players. Come out of this thing. Not okay that when you miss call something like that then it just sort of balloons and the the sarcasm in the cynicism just increases forty niners bears.

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"mike helton" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

03:31 min | 2 months ago

"mike helton" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"To dale earnhardt. Go wheel man. Three of four hundred lives. The american checkered flags are joining senior ago. Good to be back in a race car. And i'm glad i could be the guy to win the race i-compared american flag around air and so we get accused by some that. We write scripts on how the race comes out and everything which is ridiculous. Because you couldn't we couldn't if we wanted to. We don't even want to do that. But but i think they will junior winning down here in daytona in july was therapeutic and it was ironic that that same set a shoulders that we were riding most of the year including into victory lane at the four hundred here in daytona was also the set of shoulders that gave our entire industry that winning moment in dover i just two thousand and one was was tough on bill juniors. It wasn't anybody. I know in the industry in and for him to step up and and play his role the way he did and and do the things he accomplished. And we've talked about him. And then he and i both there's things that we can't remember but there's a lot of things that are big moments that that it's it's special and ham. Winning that race was was was pretty special. So post race was went and found innocent. Glenn in hudson because we we had figured out you know we we did all the parts and pieces that had to be decisions made around and then orchestrate and all coming together and then i went and fouled junior and hugged him because Those were the two characters. I think that book end everybody else's involvement in making That event work now. We've we were still nervous. We were still had some fear of what was going to happen. Next in the country But having completed that weekend and putting that putting the wind kind of back up underneath us Was was a was a good moment and felt good. But you instantly had to start thinking about okay. We pulled this. We got this done. Everybody came together to get this done And it was. It was feel good for for everybody in industry and people that were watching. But now we gotta we gotta keep going and so you leave with feeling really good about how that weekend worked but there was still a little bit of fear about. Can we keep doing this. And everything's gonna be okay because rod no our country still felt pretty fragile there for a while and and we were. We were the same way. Thanks for listening to this special edition of the nascar abc. Podcast we appreciate nascar vice chairman. Mike helton for sitting down with us to recall the impact of september eleventh on nascar. And thanks to steph. Harris have nascar. Pr for helping. Coordinate the interview. Thanks as well to nbc sports producer. Joel made ac. Whose work on.

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"mike helton" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

08:42 min | 2 months ago

"mike helton" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"We're not going to do this in new hampshire so we had to work through the logistics of that conversation with gary bob and it impacted a lot of ticket holders. That had already been there or certainly planning to go to new hampshire but nine eleven was a different just a whole different magnitude that that had such a huge impact on everybody's so i think the the spirit around figuring it out was was good on everybody's part so But we had a lot of logistics around new hampshire. Unplug it and then we had to say okay. If we don't run here do we not run it. Do we run it and we had a full schedule. All the way through the thanksgiving weekend So you had to figure out when that race was going to take place if it were gonna take place and then you start thinking past all of that to where okay if we're not going to run this weekend. When do we run again. Type thing so there was even could have been doubt on tuesday or wednesday about dover the pollen weekend because its proximity to to dc and been in those areas. The first one was to to done hampshire. Nascar wasn't the only sports entity to make the call to postpone the first. Do so was the nfl which wanted played on the sunday after president. John kennedy's assassination on november twenty second nineteen sixty three that heavily criticized. The decision loomed in the background. Nearly thirty eight years later as virtually every per sports league in america announced it on an indefinite hold beginning september twelfth. Two thousand one again. I go back to the the magnitude of down. Eleven in my lifetime. And i i was around when kennedy got shot but i when old enough to have to make decisions on anything but that was that was the whole country more and that together i think nine eleven was even a higher level of pert to the american spirit and i think we all collectively mourned and we're angry over what happened to the point to where what we did in sports or entertainment wasn't important us being respectful paying tribute to what the families that re-impact debt day. The first responders the people in the buildings the pentagon the airplanes that was trumped. Everything that the that we would think about in our world and i think that was the general consensus throughout the sports industry. At least in and even some of the music concerts and different things that were scheduled. I think everybody was at the same mindset. I think we begin to be more confident about dover. Even before we got to the weekend it was eerie. Still because no airplanes flan in the skies being dark and everything so there was still that sombreness of what had happened and everything. But i think the american spirits start to kick in and say we need something we need a rallying point whether it's a baseball game a college game or a race we need. I think all of our fans are population was telling us that we need to go do something together. We need to go not celebrate the event but be able to come out and then and say we're back own and we are. We're gonna figure this out. We're it took a long time and if we ever get back. I don't know but i think our our fans in other sports fans in the population in general just wanted something to start the process of filling like it's we can do something again. The september twenty third race at dover became the return though not without concerns about security. That was grounded in the tracks proximity to a prominent nearby air force base as well as washington. Dc where the pentagon remained heavily damaged by one of the planes hijacked on september eleventh with a sellout crowd of roughly one hundred and fifty thousand still expected at dover international speedway discussions ensued. About a new level of security. Protocols is a lot of dialogue about. Okay do you bring the whole. Because i think he was sold out at that race and if not by the time we started having conversations. It filled up pretty quickly once. We said we were going to go back. And and so okay now. Are we capable of hosting a crowd. Like ed how do we do it safely securely the best we can do so we we had to change up some protocols that was the first race were fans got scanned. That's you couldn't bring a cooler or bag again. But they were all willing to fans. Were all okay with that. They said all right we got we just wanna we wanna come together and they were. They were very flexible. And very understanding of all that and then the security around the track had to be turned up quite a bit and and there's different milestones along the way where we've learned how to do things better in. That certainly was one of them that we very quickly there was a little bit of Of fear around coming back on and fifty thousand people in a grandstand is at another target. Is you know what in in the proximity of all that happened on. Nine eleven So there was a there was a host of things that that we talked about ran through our heads but this is this is not just a nascar spirit. I think this is america spirit. Is you figure out how to do that. And we did. And you a pretty quick order. I've known dennis for a long time. And i know his spirit and i know is patriotic beliefs. Dan i think his fans were that same thought process as we put the weekend together. They were equipped to tail. Denison us. that that's the right thing to do. Let us come back. We wanna we wanna be there. We wanna we wanna come together until the world that we're very sorry for the for the families that impacted about what happened and we're we're angry over what happened but this is america and we wanna come together and stand together and celebrate something together it. It's an after all my years in this board. I'm just so amazed and honored to be part of a community that has not just the resiliency but the the it's organic how each team thinks about right. This is what i'm gonna do. My car is going to look like this. My driver's uniforms going to look like this. In in a in just a matter of days you know they presented nascar in a way in dover that made our entire industry very proudly but they do the each individual one. I'm doing organically. It's not like you said okay. Nascar didn't call up and say all right you'd be you paint your car like an american flag. You paint your car like this and you know. Cal ripken is going to be there. It's his race and do you see we didn't that always organic. I mean these these teams thank like that and so everything that unfolded in dover. The teams chipped in on it. Just just organically. By procuring. One hundred and fifty thousand miniature american flags to distribute through the packed grandstands dover president dennis mcglynn and his staff also ensured a remarkable display of patriotism so dentist. Dentists said. i'm gonna get flags is it. Okay if i hand them out. And i said that you know as long as somebody tells us we can't do it. I said i it'd be great and and In those days i think. Mbna was part of of the dover in and dave l. gina i remember. Dennis said that he started calling up people. And and you know the whole world was shipped by this deal and so he was calling trying to find that many flags because they kind of wanted to do it and and dennis liked the idea and we liked the idea so funny stories where he called in whoever he was talking to some kind of a prank. Or something you said well. I don't think i've found them. Somehow they come up with them and was a great success of the fan being the they not only were part of the event as a fan they doubt become part of the event as the tributes. And then we've done a lot since then but that. That might have been the first time i've ever seen. I know some tracks have done. Cards is different things but it's It was amazing how the energy disc kind of created all of those moments. That that you look back now and and you feel.

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"mike helton" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

07:05 min | 2 months ago

"mike helton" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Also wondering. Oh gosh okay. This happened in new york. This happened at the pentagon this happened in pennsylvania. Waiting for what happens next. And then you kinda year a lot of things that could been happening and then ace about a date that no it wasn't that was something else in you. Were kind of waiting for something else and unfortunately it kind of is is it of wrapped up. But you're not confident that it's not over But we were all in a room together talking about what was unfolding and those types of conversations before we got into the reality of. Okay now what do we do around it the day unfolds with a lot of a lot of unknowns but also as time goes you you're collecting more and more information about what happened and the the reality of all of that starts to sink in and along the way we're we're having conversations with different team members who are watching and they call up and either because of a close personal relationship or professional relationship and then even the personal conversations from different people that you have relationships in the industry turned to say okay. What are you gonna do about it. I said well we'll we'll wait. We'll we'll have to figure that out type thing so as the day goes on you begin to shift from the the hurt anger of what happened to okay. We're we're nascar so we've got to make decisions before worrying about the upcoming race weekends at new hampshire motor speedway in dover. The primary focus was taking care of nascar industry members scattered around the country on that fateful tuesday and along the way. We're talking to different people in industry almost nonstop. And you know you find that. There's one team. I think they bring kansas testing and they were watching it unfold. And then we had a group of officials in richmond. Virginia that stayed over after the richmond race before they went to new hampshire in richmond to work on the rule book for two thousand and two which is which was usual for us back then to take a moment in that august-september window to work on next year's rulebook so that was all organized after richmond stayed up for or so then came back to daytona monday night. And so we had a group in richmond at a hotel working on the rule book and i called them up and say hey you guys may need to turn on the tv. Because you know you're not far from dc and you know keep an eye on things and and then the federal government starts making decisions about ground and air traffic So the guys in kansas. We're going to have to figure out how to wrap up out there and then and drive back to charlotte and our officials in richmond are going to have to figure out because i was going to stop and pick up a lot of them on the way to new hampshire but the the the spirit of what you were doing either if i think teams testing or us working on rule book she here kind of come out of that you you said i we can. We can worry about this later. There's there's something more important going on that we we just don't have the heart to pay attention to what we're supposed to be doing. So and i think that was kinda universal that gins had our industry it was but i think it was universal. Just talking to friends and family members. That's not in the sport. Then the attention turn to what would happen with competition requiring conversations with the upcoming race track promoters bob in gary barrett new hampshire and dennis mcglynn at dover. So you kind of you. You kind of step back from what you were going to do that day to to evaluate what's going on. And then we got to a point and we pick up the phone. Call gary bob. And obviously they were interested. Different promoters would call dennis smith glenn. He called up from over a lot of them. Were inquisitive conversations. The ones that we may have called up. It says what do you know. Here's what we know. What do you know. And what do you think. And and so we spent a lot of tuesday kalkin internally but i think more at tuesday we spent talking to different people in the industry. And and then you you kind of get a read from their thinking you know whether it's driver or car owner or crew member crew track operator the next one up with the bear family in new hampshire so those conversations were more constant and they turn more from you know. Oh my god what the world going to happen or what has happened to. Okay what do we do. I think they already had campers on the property for the weekend but they they. Everybody got the gist of the magnitude of what nine eleven was all about. And and so. Gary and bob say look y'all decide what you wanna do and we'll do whatever you tell us to do so then when you start evaluating the emotions of nine eleven and all the ones that went with her anger fear. All that that was that was one. That's a that's a. That's a you know that might have been the least of the complicated parts to deal with But it was a huge way different than than losing a driver racetrack but which is complicated and difficult for us in industry This this was at a whole 'nother level of of hurt and anger but didn't it becomes the logistics of it all. So you gotta think okay. This is nascar. And we rebound go and we march on and we had people in the industry that had that attitude around it but most of the industry felt like. Hey this is way too big I don't i don't have it in me to do. I don't you know. And i don't think my guys have it in on my pasadena so we're evaluating that tied all day long but then when you start putting the pragmatic pieces to the logistics of aviation being grounded not knowing what interstate systems or particularly since we're going for the southeast Through washington dc. Through new york. Close by to get the new hampshire. You don't know what those logistics are going to be like and then you're keeping an eye on other sports leagues and other entertainment you know just entertainment In general and so now you start making decisions around logistics More than more than i won't say more than the emotions but they'll logistics are starting to play a bigger role in decision making by the time. September eleventh was over. It became evident that nascar would be taking a break from racing. That weekend at new hampshire. I think by the end a tuesday. We were kind of resolved with you know. Look this if we do new hampshire going to be a challenge emotionally and physically and then everybody said islets sleep on it and then we'll get together for stay on wednesday morning the by the end. I think everybody would resolve that okay..

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"mike helton" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

01:49 min | 2 months ago

"mike helton" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Before worrying about the upcoming race weekends at new hampshire motor speedway in dover. The primary focus was taking care of nascar industry members scattered around the country on that fateful tuesday and along the way. We're talking to different people in industry almost nonstop. And you know you find that. There's one team. I think they bring kansas testing and they were watching it unfold. And then we had a group of officials in richmond. Virginia that stayed over after the richmond race before they went to new hampshire in richmond to work on the rule book for two thousand and two which is which was usual for us back then to take a moment in that august-september window to work on next year's rulebook so that was all organized after richmond stayed up for or so then came back to daytona monday night. And so we had a group in richmond at a hotel working on the rule book and i called them up and say hey you guys may need to turn on the tv. Because you know you're not far from dc and you know keep an eye on things and and then the federal government starts making decisions about ground and air traffic So the guys in kansas. We're going to have to figure out how to wrap up out there and then and drive back to charlotte and our officials in richmond are going to have to figure out because i was going to stop and pick up a lot of them on the way to new hampshire but the the the spirit of what you were doing either if i think teams testing or us working on rule book she here kind of come out of that you you said i we can. We can worry about this later. There's there's something more important going on that we we just don't have the heart to pay attention to what we're supposed to be doing. So and i think that was kinda universal that gins had our industry it was but i think it was universal. Just talking to friends and family members. That's not in the sport.

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Mike Helton Recalls the Impact of Sept. 11 on NASCAR

NASCAR on NBC

01:49 min | 2 months ago

Mike Helton Recalls the Impact of Sept. 11 on NASCAR

"Before worrying about the upcoming race weekends at new hampshire motor speedway in dover. The primary focus was taking care of nascar industry members scattered around the country on that fateful tuesday and along the way. We're talking to different people in industry almost nonstop. And you know you find that. There's one team. I think they bring kansas testing and they were watching it unfold. And then we had a group of officials in richmond. Virginia that stayed over after the richmond race before they went to new hampshire in richmond to work on the rule book for two thousand and two which is which was usual for us back then to take a moment in that august-september window to work on next year's rulebook so that was all organized after richmond stayed up for or so then came back to daytona monday night. And so we had a group in richmond at a hotel working on the rule book and i called them up and say hey you guys may need to turn on the tv. Because you know you're not far from dc and you know keep an eye on things and and then the federal government starts making decisions about ground and air traffic So the guys in kansas. We're going to have to figure out how to wrap up out there and then and drive back to charlotte and our officials in richmond are going to have to figure out because i was going to stop and pick up a lot of them on the way to new hampshire but the the the spirit of what you were doing either if i think teams testing or us working on rule book she here kind of come out of that you you said i we can. We can worry about this later. There's there's something more important going on that we we just don't have the heart to pay attention to what we're supposed to be doing. So and i think that was kinda universal that gins had our industry it was but i think it was universal. Just talking to friends and family members. That's not in the sport.

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"mike helton" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

06:01 min | 2 months ago

"mike helton" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"First race at that track since seven-time champion father was killed on the last lap of the daytona five hundred This is undoubtedly one of the toughest announcements that i've ever personally had to make But after the accident and turn forward to you know the daytona five hundred of we've lost dale earnhardt that immeasurable loss of a hall of fame icon made the two thousand one season already exhausting for nascar which spent months answering questions about its safety record. Earnhardt's crash was the fourth fatality in less than ten months. Across nascar's top three national series and a voluminous an unprecedented blow-by-blow account of what caused the number. Three's accident was released in august. After six months of painstaking study. Less than a month later the withering reverberations of earnhardt's death still were being filled within nascar. When september eleventh struck with complete oversight of running the day to day operations at nascar as president helton was at the center of both maelstroms this special episode of the nascar. Nbc podcast will feature the full version of a twenty six minute sit down interview with hamilton in daytona beach. Some snippets of which also are part of the september eleventh feature. You can watch on saturday. Nights pre ratio on nbc and online at nbc sports dot com and the motor sports on nbc youtube channel. We'll begin the podcast withheld in explaining how taxing the two thousand one season already been for nascar since february eighteenth two thousand one so after february we we spent most of the year working trying to figure out what happened with dale senior and so it was consumed while we run into regular season and moving things on as we should There was a lot of effort going on behind the scenes and trying to we told the the industry in the world that we would find the best answers we could and that took us most of that season and i think it was late august august twenty third or somewhere in there that we we announced publicly after having shared it with the industry the the findings of the accident in february and the best answers we could get with the best science and the best people working on everything so the whole season in some sense is kind of a blur at the racetrack Because we were doing so many things behind the scenes trying to get get that right you know just had completed that late august think. The healing was going on along with the process of getting answers. But but certainly the answers. I think helped the helium process and another moments in the a one season. Dale and down here in the summer race those types of things i think helped the healing process but There was a milestone for us to have completed that and said you know. Here's here's all we know. Here's what we know. And here's how we found out about it. And here's the scientists that helped us figure it out the best we could and and I remember the the doctors in the different folks ever helping us try to figure out the the engineers the science minded a lot of them used the term perfect storm sometimes when when nine eleven unfolded that as one of the first thing that popped into my head. I said there's here again is another set of incredibly either connected or disconnected circumstances that led to a perfect storm when the first plane had the north tower of the world. Trade center in manhattan. Mike helton was in his office in daytona beach. The office i had here then had three televisions on my right hand side on the wall. What obama kept on the weather channel one of them. I kept on the sports channel and the other one. I kept on the news channel and i was actually on the phone with a gentleman out of washington. Dc and and we were talking and he was watching. I think he was still at home and he was watching it and he said you just see what happened on tv. And i said now. And so i was turning and we we wrapped up the conversation and i turned in all three channels on us and and began to watch the day unfold my first impression his first impression was. Oh my gosh. Somebody accidentally hit a skyscraper new york with an airplane and then it didn't take long to figure out it wasn't an accident shocks probably part of it of anger when you realize that these were not accidents and i'm not sure how exactly put into words but sometimes you've you see things that just seem like they're not possible. Do you see it unfold. Say well that that could have happened. That's that's not real one of you know it's surreal that you even saw something like that and then as they start covering it in validate the authenticity of it. Then you realize what you saw was real then. I think that's when the the shot gets deeper than anger gets deeper in that day. Had a lot of that going on helton relocated the nascar chairman bill france juniors office which became a quasi command center as nascar's ruling family gathered information and insight about what was happening pretty quick. I mean Bill gm. Brian myself. We all kind of Started having one on one conversations but very quickly moved to bill juniors office and we were all there at one spot and continuing to follow the information on what happened and then also wondering. Oh gosh okay. This happened in new york. This happened at the pentagon this happened in pennsylvania. Waiting for what happens next..

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"mike helton" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

01:31 min | 2 months ago

"mike helton" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"It is fantasy football drafting season. Nbc sports edge. Plus is your home to everything fantasy. Dfs and bedding with premier tools and exclusive insights that are second to none projections rankings. Mock drafts and more subscribe now at nbc. Sports edge dot com slash edge plus greetings. Welcome to the nascar nbc podcast. I'm your host nate ryan. saturday night at richmond. Raceway will mark twenty years since the september eleventh terrorist attacks a tragedy that transform the country and also had a major impact on nascar. The twin towers fell three days. After the cup series had raised at richmond and it would be nearly two weeks until the green flag would wave again at dover international speedway nascar. Nbc will remember september eleventh. In a feature narrated by tim laden that will include interviews with nascar vice chairman mike helton and dale earnhardt jr. who's at dover had some referring to him as the faith healer of the cup series into thousand one dover came barely three months after earnhardt jr. had won at daytona in the first race at that track since seven-time champion father was killed on the last lap of the daytona five hundred.

"mike helton" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

03:46 min | 11 months ago

"mike helton" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Buddy. Don't make the 36 steps finished. Good is going to force pulling. I leave Mike Stone. When I put it on my brother's should all right. You cursed him, right? I cursed this prick. Yeah. Here you go, sir. MF Doom or another rapper from the tomb. That's a bad with thoughts at my form before I give it to you again with my father. Another rapper from the tomb. He's absolutely correct part of D 12 shot in a pool hall in Detroit. If I'm not mistaken, the one our only proof. Congratulations, sir. You're our first winner of the year 2021. May I? Yeah. May I please offer you a bone prize back, including a T shirt and DVD or a bolts prize pack their back as we get ready for the Lightning season starting January, 13th Pulitzer Prize packs include a T shirt can cozy and car flag or a pair of passes to go check out snow tubing at Snow Cat Ridge and Dade City. Take the bone prize pack. Look at you. Let us know what the DVD is. And please hold 7 to 757 905 string of DVDs while we got a second here. Thank you, John for pushing the movie and of watch. Oh, man, I was so excited to know that you watch that pel of a film I would love to hear from Leo's out there. To tell me what the most realistic portrayal of their job is because I can't see. Any cop movie. Being as authentic as Jake Gyllenhaal's end of Watch. What Ah, film well, and you know, it's it's I think that the police officers in L a have a little more unique situation and maybe some others, and I think you could really say for for you know, people that have been a part of the LAPD. That probably really paints a picture. Even more so than other police from around the country. I don't know what it's like to be a cop. But I can only imagine that especially in L. A It's very similar to what Jake Gyllenhaal and I don't know the name of the actor who played his partner. He is so good. He's good in everything that he does. I'm a unabashedly Gyllenhaal fan. I love just about everything that he's done. Other than Donnie Darko and Brokeback Mountain. I don't know that Jake Gyllenhaal has been as good in anything as he was an end of watch. What film Michael pain? Yeah, And he actually does a lot of just lie, stupid comedy stuff and weird stuff. He's had some serious roles, but that might be his most serious role. Yeah, he did. And he's even not that serious because he's like wisecrack. But man, that relationship between him and Gyllenhaal and I don't want to give anything away. But holy crap that ending Yeah. Oh, my God. You gotta live alone. How can I help you? Did somebody win the game yet? They did. Thank you. OK, appreciate you asking you to go out alive. How can I help you? Yes, area right and play the game. Yes, we already got our winner. Thank you can feel free to hang up his tragic up people saying I should be of cursing is Jean Decker have considered we're going to the playoffs and I and I apologize for that. Yeah, we sure are. Let's Ah, Let's engage a little buccaneers talk. We come back, plus. Something that John settings doing in January that a lot of you may be doing yourself. You confined, strengthen inspiration from him. Next you're listening to Drew. Go Rob a live $125. Every morning from 6 to 10. It's Mike Helton show and now another bone traffic.

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"mike helton" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"mike helton" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"A heck of a job and I don't eat the whole company is a well received what we do and it's a lot of fun shop money anyway this is the old man's there I go to thank you guys for coming in you guys are going to be tomorrow o'brien's over time twelve because of their eleven the dislike well yeah yeah. Robert is going to do the show by itself after church hall. you know John likes to talk I don't know if you want to do all those because to be honest with you like I was just so I was just hanging with him at the bar a little while ago and I'm like I don't think it was to talk no he does I'll office. how's your day going to forty minutes later it's like all right I think he's more of a he's definitely an observer of people there's the school that I'm convinced there is and some didn't entities will they say okay so someone could come to you and say. looking for full time. talk crap about then and put it put it this way it's very distracting if John Brennan was if if John Brennan was a free AT right and they wanted someone to build the station in a brand like this I think there's not too many people that would be better suited than he is he is not really take and take what we do does not just taking what we do in this is an **** Kickin session I asked kissing session I'm sorry but I mean dealing with Mike Helton deal which route deal with these guys you know deal with that when their two week old talking to him right dealing with but he is still with you because I have to deal with you guys coming down. Johnson down has that coming in what what are you going to what is going on about and a lot of stuff I won a lot of stuff. where everything on not only is he still with us over the phone now he's got another station eagle which is a whole nother set of yeah because you know it's a music station played hotel California. he does a very good job I am out of a man who does the Japanese but yeah I think I would ever I don't care what you guys think I like the guy anyway coming up next we'll dish more live. yeah there you go I want the US seven days a week right Mike I. the guest chair is it not have no responsibility for it welcome to my world. back next after one or two point five above. listening to the radio one one oh two point five blown. one of two point.

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"mike helton" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"mike helton" Discussed on AP News

"The FDA says vaping companies are inappropriately promoting their flavored nicotine formulas through so called influencers on Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites that FDA sent warning letters Friday to four companies that used a paid social media influencers to pitch in nicotine products to their online followers. The posts didn't include a man. Mandatory warning that the vaping liquids contain nicotine, which is addictive letters went out to solace vapor hype city vapors humbled, juice cO and artists liquid labs. The companies did not immediately return calls and emails, seeking comment Friday morning and experimental blood tests could be useful in detecting. Many types of cancer AP correspondent Mike Helton reports on the findings of a California company grail says it's testing -cluded twenty three hundred people sixty percent with cancer. It's he tactic fifty five percent of known cancers and gave false alarms for only one percent. It's he texted seventy six percent of a dozen cancers that collectively account for nearly two thirds of cancer deaths in the US. But Dr Lynne Lipton fell the interim chief medical officer of the American Cancer Society says the biggest question is whether the test will help people live longer. It's not clear what evidence the food and Drug administration would require to consider. After the test for approval. I'm Mike Helton Trump puts off tariffs. I'm Tim Maguire the AP news. President Trump indefinitely suspended tariffs. He was planning to impose on Mexico on Monday. Trump tweeting this evening, Mexico, as agreed to take strong measures to stem the flow of American Central American migrants into the US Mexico's ambassador to the United States. Martha Cokie reads a section of the joint agreement, in which company, her country agreed to house migrants, seeking asylum, in the US crossing the US border to seek aside lead be rapidly returned to Mexico. What day may await digitally -cation of their asylum. Claims the agreement comes after three days of intense negotiations in Washington, a formal diplomatic complaint has been lodged, after a Russian destroyer came within one hundred and sixty five feet of a US guided missile cruiser in the Philippine sea us, navy guided missile cruiser and the Russian destroyer the US fleet says the Russian destroy put the safety of the ship. His crew at risk. I'm Tim Maguire AP digital news back in a moment. Now,.

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"mike helton" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"mike helton" Discussed on AP News

"Victims. There at the scene, we had six more victims, who were transported to area hospitals. The gunmen engaged in a shootout with police and was gunned down. I Mike Rossier the gunman worked where the public utilities department Shelia cook was in a nearby building grateful for a police lockdown. We hurt shooting, but we didn't think it was that close that close in proximity of the building. So I just thank God that they were able to alert us in time it looks like the search for a missing Houston girl presumed to have died at the hands of her mother's ex boyfriend has come to an end Houston's mayor says remains were found in Arkansas undergoing forensic testing that will certainly have to bring some degree of finality to this family. Immigrant advocates went to court today, alleging the federal government is allowing migrant children at a Florida facility to languish in prison, like conditions instead of returning them to families. There's new hope for a company's blood test to find cancerous. Well says it's test included twenty three hundred people sixty percent with cancer. It's he acted fifty five percent of known cancers and gave false alarms for only one percent. It's -tective seventy six percent of a dozen cancers that collectively account for nearly two thirds of cancer deaths in the US. I'm Mike Helton. There's new flooding along the Missouri river, more evacuations ordered. This is AP radio news. An international expert on trade tariffs, e Fred, Bergsten, says President Trump would be wrong to impose tariffs on Mexico to deter illegal immigration, the proposed tariffs on Mexico would amount to a major tax increase on American consumers and businesses. Stocks plunged today are Rita Foley reports on the US industries that would be affected. Beer, SUV's and trucks are just a few of the things that will get noticeably more expensive. If President Trump goes ahead with his plan to tax imports from Mexico companies that make or sell those items got hammered as Wall Street, opened among them, GM, Costco, Kroger, and Chapo lay and the Dow closed down three hundred fifty four points today. Border officials in Texas, say a group of one hundred sixteen migrants. From Africa were arrested at the Texas.

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"mike helton" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"mike helton" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"Austin as you think that the Cameron Kelly will make the team. He's an af player. Yes. These af players tough. I mean there guys a lot of them were undrafted rookies in the NFL. They got cut. They look for place to play the af picks them up. They play well I try I kind of. Compare af success with NC double success. It's good. It shows they can make plays. But at the same time, it's not the same. So okay, you look like San quals Golson, who had ten interceptions senior year old miss, and then doesn't even step on the field. And the NFL nuts injury issues. And that's kind of different but you can look at a number of players that great college excess dri Archer is going to come to mind and just it doesn't translate for whatever reason it just doesn't translate. I think Cameron Kelly personally is going to be one of the players that is going to be in the mix. There's the young man from West Virginia. I can't think of his name. It's three word name askew, Henry, I think, is his last name. He's a safety. I think he's going to be in the mix Kelly can play multiple -sition. This echinacea dad's gonna help his case. There's always in my opinion. There could always be another Mike Hilton Mike Helton completely changed the way I looked at. Things like worke minicamp and OT, as because he was given a shot in, if I were to go back when they signed Mike Hilton to reserve future contract, I probably wrote he's a camp body don't even think twice about him. And now look at him. He's a starting corner slot cornerback for this team there as of now. He's a third cornerback off the bench. And this is a guy that was left for dead by the Jacksonville Jaguars and having patriots. So there are those players. I'd put him in that mix. Okay. Let's your Ron says. What is the lane signing? Sometimes it's just verbiage in the contract. It's, it's roster bonuses of signing bonuses. It's a slot deal. It's going to get done. It's just I don't know exactly what's, what's holding it up to be honest with you. Jared Evans says, how do you feel about Devin Bush getting first team reps? I expected it. I said at the other eight. Absolutely. I think there's no doubt about it that he'll be starting from week one. They don't move up and give up that much not to start them to playing simple shield, ninety one donated some money. Appreciate they didn't have a question. I just say, hey, thanks for me. And we really appreciate all you guys. I, I can't speak for anyone. That's just listening to the podcast on Spotify or apple Abba music, right tunes because there's gonna action. I really do love, our YouTube community at the great people in here. If you haven't joined subscribe to our channel come into the live chat, you'll see some great guys and great girls that, really no. The Steelers and they really love to talk about it. So cutesie. Thanks a lot. Another super Shad question from want. He says the lack of depth in skill the tight end spot. You think the seals Jalen Samuels they're being that he was used? They're in college. That's a great question. And for me, I think that his versatility gave the Steelers flexibility this off-season into what I mean by that is that withers free agency or whether it was the draft. I think the fact that had Jalen seeing was kind of sitting in their back pocket. Look, if we had to put him out there as a flex tight end not an inline tied-in 'cause the obviously, he's not going to be asked to do that. They'll put an extra tax on the field before they put Jalen Samuels out there to block, but they could use him in that tight end role. I think that absolutely is a possibility. Because for crying out loud. They don't have anyone after save your. I mean, they have some guys Christian Scotland. Williams from. He's there ninety first player on the ninety one man offseason roster yet, Dave. I said it correctly onto ninety man all season..

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"mike helton" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"mike helton" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Side five assist. My question to you is. Did you up your rebounding game? You were a rebounding demon. Okay. Did you up it? Because Reid wasn't it. Definitely these opposing about Senator game. So we knew that we all had to come in and rebound as a as a collective unit. And I knew I had to step up, especially get an I rebel how we can all expect that every gate. That's the plan. All right. What was the game plan with his three point shooting team? What was your what was your game plan because the game let right down to the wire in Auburn about a month or so ago. What was what did you try to key in on to stop them are definitely three point defense? We just we knew they were gonna shoot threes and. Regardless if they're not. So we just had to have a hand up and make them tough. That's what we did. And I make tonight. And you guys did a nice job turnover. Wise only eleven turnovers who turned them over dying times. But you won that battle thirteen to seven points off turnovers. Yeah, definitely we just had to make the best of the turnovers. When opportunity arises. This make the best of well. There are teams that thrives on turnovers. They want to get in transition. They will turn you over and drive the ball. So that was an important stat. I thought yeah. Definitely talk about. PJ? No, I'm sorry EJ. And Nick it what they did tonight. They got six blocks between them, ten rebounds and seven points or ten points and seven rebounds up. Sorry. They they were really good particularly blocking shots, man. How does that? How does that relate to you on the floor when you're playing defense, you know, they're back there? Confidence. Not let's push up. Defend against. Kentucky shot blocked that turns into easy offense on in transition their confidence you were already back in the locker room. They they have to be feeling better about themselves. Definitely they know that we we trust them. And they know that we have their back and they just need their play time. We we got one man down. And they know that they just got to step up and. Ashton Hagans shooting the ball. Right. Just not PJ and you and Tyler shooting the ball. But he he's really coming around in his shooting. Yeah. Definitely he's he's in the gym everyday working on. It is is I'm glad to see a finally paying off on. What's the difference? What do you think the difference is because he he just didn't have that confidence until the last few weeks, you could tell it now, he's very competent shooter. I mean, I'm sitting here watching, and I can tell us a very confident shooter. Now, I trust in us out. We do we tell them every day. Just hush work. And you wanna join with us working every day you work in our species. We know you can this is so has gone to the game to just play. Don't think about it. Just shoot. You know, LSU Tennessee today. So now buddies bunched up at the top. Yeah. With two losses, and you have Arkansas in here. Then you go to Tennessee. So it looks like this race is going to go down to the wire. That's what did you think that what ended up like this ten games ago or? You have any doubts whether you guys get climb back in the never had any doubts. Each and every one of us on the team could play. We've just took us a little bit of time. Every team has a different towns on when they start yelling, and we start in jail. But we know we got a we got a lot more out of us and improving so we just gonna keep improving and keep our heads down and keep working outstanding performance. Team wise without re Travis in the rebounding demon killed Johnson. We appreciate last night. You came out was after a loss. That's tough. I like that smile on your face after the victory. Yes, sir. All right. That's killed in Jackson. Big game. Mike stones gonna take him away. Back to you. All right. Thanks very much. Mike Helton Johnson today. Eight points three of eight shooting from the field. Mrs only two three point tries today to four from the line. But again, the rebound column, seventeen rebounds for Kelvin Johnson today and also contributed five assists in twenty nine minutes of playing time as Kentucky goes to eighty two fifty three win over the Auburn Tigers at Rupp arena today. Much more to come on wildcat ramp up. Stay with us. This is the UK sports network..

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"mike helton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:23 min | 3 years ago

"mike helton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And Evan Novi William. Thank you all very much for joining us on the Bloomberg business of sports. Evan. Busy. Is he not here? Working on another project, but you get excited. It's the start of the NASCAR season officially now. Different than you. I see a difference. You see you see it. Now, you see the veins. Forehead here. The got to explain this, by the way, the president of NASCAR Steve Phillips with is with us. Thank you so much for joining us. Michael, scott. I it a true pleasure to be on with you. Again, explain this only five guys have been president of NASCAR seventy years only five guys see Phelps before that rent Dawar before that Mike Helton Brennan was on the show, by the way, we should say that we had. Yeah. Yep. Before that Bill France junior and before that the big guy Bill France singer. So you are in elite companies are hanging pretty humbling very feel very fortunate to be in the role, and it's exciting. I let's start with the Daytona five hundred now for people who don't know. It's the Super Bowl for NASCAR. I know it's been a used phrase almost cliche. But for NASCAR fans. This is our Super Bowl, guess it is. Yeah. The great American race, it it is you know, kicks off season. So our first regular season race is the Daytona five hundred. So someone say, hey, you have your biggest biggest race? I seems like it's out of place. They started running started running this race in fifty nine. And it is a it is a spectacle. So watching forty cars run around this two and a half mile high banked track at two hundred miles an hour beat them three wide. It's an incredible thing to watch one of those things where you just kinda can't take your eyes off the Tobel television, or whatever device that you're using. Or if you're lucky enough to be here in the stands, it is it's action packed and you're waiting for, you know, something incredible to happen. And and typically does Steve has the city slicker. Let me jump in though, why not have it at the end of the year the culmination in the big race. What's the thinking behind beginning of season and not culmination with the biggest event you've got? Well, this is that's a that's a good question, Scott. So listen, historically when we run this particular race. So it's historically has kicked off our season. Now, we've tried to do is, you know, borrow from our stick and ball brethren where we now have a playoff system. So our playoffs are ten weeks and we've got different cutoff races and kind of rewrite it start with sixteen then twelve then down to eight drivers. And then Ford four drivers running. For a championship. Whoever crosses the finish line. First winds are championship. So we had a lot of momentum with this new format. And so the season any race in Miami is now a big deal as well as Michael can tell you. So we gotta start off with a bang in in Daytona. And then finished down in Miami with just a phenomenal race. And you last year champion was Joey Logano won the race. And it is a it's just a very cool kind of beginning and end to our season. Now for people who don't understand the qualifying in NASCAR. It's a little different for the Daytona five hundred than it is for the rest of the racist. The start for the U S you you clock the laps. And obviously the top two. Have won the front row and this year, the pole sitter is William Byron. But now comes in when we air this, the duals will have all ready run, and it's a little complicated. If you can explain that to people what it's all about sheriff. So essentially, we have more cars here who are trying to get into the race than we actually will have run away. So we we have forty forty slots. They're forty two cars that'd be running. There are certain cars that are as Michael talked about the front row is that that was set through qualifying. And so William Byron is on the pole and his teammate Alex Bowman will be the outside pole. And then we have two races which are called the duals sponsored by by gander gander outdoors, and it is they run to separate the field into two. So there'll be twenty one. In the first dual and twenty one in the second duel. Where are you finished in that race determines where you start for for the Daytona five hundred there are folks that are automatically in? And there is a group of folks that are not already qualified to get in. And so they're racing their way into the Daytona five hundred and two two of them will go home. That's the only time we actually do our qualifying this way. Typically qualifying happens on a on a Friday or Saturday for the Sunday race, and it's been done based on you know, kind of how you're how you run your speed. And you set your entire field that way we are chatting with NASCAR president Steve Phelps and see let me just pivot to the business of NASCAR a little bit. This series has hired Goldman Sachs to explore sale of an LP stake in NASCAR where does that stand? And what is the thinking behind looking at a an investor can't get into the specifics about taking icy which is owns twelve racetracks. They're a public company. So NASCAR has made a bid to bring them to make to bring a private so. And that is you can't really talk about where we are in that particular process. What I can say is that kind of the reasoning around it as we believe that it will actually make the sport much stronger. You will be making decisions if they come through making decisions that are in the best interest long term of where the sport is not just, hey, what's what is in the best interest for that particular quarter? So there are a lot of reasons why. Works out at about that opportunity for us were on a day-to-day basis. We're just we're moving forward as if we are NASCAR. And they are I see and then they're doing the same thing. So we're very very focused on making the racing. It can't be doing a cost effective way. Giving the fans exact they want. They want from a racing product standpoint. And then obviously, we're out talking to two new sponsors, and we have a new sponsorship model in that. We're putting in place. So a lot of things that are going on that are incredibly positive for the sport. So very bullish on where we're going in the future coming up. Scott ni- continue our conversation with the president of NASCAR about content for the fans, we wanna make sure we're servicing them properly, so digitally, socially, whatever offerings that we can provide to them both from a race day experience standpoint as well as.

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"mike helton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:28 min | 3 years ago

"mike helton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is the business of sports from Bloomberg radio with scouts Michael Barr and Evan nobody William. Thank you all very much for joining us on the Bloomberg business of sports. Evan. Busy. He not here. Working on another project, but you get excited. It's the start of the mass car season. Officially now. I see a difference in you, see a difference. You see you see it. Now, you see the veins. On my forehead here. The gotta. To explain this. By the way, the president of NASCAR Steve Phillips is with stank you so much for joining us. Michael, scott. I it is a true pleasure to be on with. You. Gotta explain this. Only five guys have been the president of NASCAR seventy years only five guys see Phelps before that rental car before that Mike Helton predators on the show, by the way, we should say that we had breads show before that Bill France junior. And before that the big guy go, France senior. So you are in elite company, sir. I am pretty humbling very feel very fortunate to be in the role, and it's exciting. I let's start with the Daytona five hundred now for people who don't know. It's the Super Bowl for NASCAR. I know it's been a used phrase almost cliche. But for NASCAR fans. This is our Super Bowl, guess it is. Yeah. That's the great American race. It it is you know, kicks off first season. So our first regular season race is the Daytona five hundred. So some would say, hey, you have your biggest biggest race. I seems like it's out of place. They started running. Started running this race in fifty nine. And it is a it is a spectacle. So watching forty cars run around this two and a half mile high banked track. Two hundred miles an hour feed them three wide. It's an incredible thing to watch one of those things where you just kinda can't take your eyes off the Tobel television, or whatever device that you're using. Or if you're lucky enough to be here in the stands, it is it's action packed and you're waiting for something incredible to happen. And and typically does Steve has the city slicker. Let me jump in though, why not have it at the end of the year the culmination in the big race. What's the thinking behind beginning of season and not culmination with the biggest event you've got? Well, that's a that's a good question. It's got to listen, historically when we run this particular race. So it's it historically has kicked off our season. Now, we've tried to do is, you know, borrow from our stick sticking ball brethren where we now have a playoff system. So our playoffs are ten weeks and we've got different cutoff races and kind of rewrite it start with sixteen and twelve then down to eight drivers. And then Ford for drivers running. For a championship. Whoever crosses the finish line. First winds are championship. So we've had a lot of momentum with this new format. And so the season ending race in Miami is now a big deal as well as Michael can tell you. So we kinda start off with a bang and in Daytona. And then we finished down to Miami with just a phenomenal race. And you'll last year. Champagne was Joel Ghani won the race. And it is a it's a very cool. You kind of beginning and end to our season. Now for people who don't understand the qualifying in NASCAR. It's a little different for the Daytona five hundred than it is for the rest of the racists. The the start for the U S you you you clock the laps. And obviously the the top two. Have won the front row and this year, pole sitter is William Byron. But now comes in when we air this, the duals will have already run, and it's a little complicated. If you can explain that to people what it's all about sheriff. So essentially, we have more cars here who were trying to get into the race than we actually will have run away. So we we have forty forty slots. They're forty two cars that'd be running. There are certain cars that are as Michael talked about the front row is that that was set through qualifying. And so William Byron is on the pole and his teammate Alex Bowman will be the outside pole. And then we have two races which are called. The the duals. Sponsored by by gander gander outdoors, and it is they run to they separate the field into two. So it'll be twenty one in the first dual and twenty one in the second duel. Where are you finished in that race determines where you start for for the Daytona five hundred there are folks that are automatically in? And there is a group of folks that are not already qualified to get in. And so they're racing their way into the Daytona five hundred and two two of them will go home. That's the only time we actually do our qualifying this way. Typically qualifying happens on a on a Friday or Saturday for the Sunday race. And it's you know, it's done based on you know, kind of how you're how you run your speed. And you set your entire field that way we are chatting with NASCAR president Steve Phelps and let me just pivot to the business of NASCAR a little bit. This series has hired Goldman Sachs to explore sale of of an LP stake in NASCAR where does that stand? And what is the thinking behind looking at a an investor? I can't get into the specifics about taking icy which is owns twelve race. There are a public company and so- NASCAR has made a bid to bring them to make to bring them private. So. That is you know, can't really talk about where we are in that particular process. What I can say is that kind of the reasoning around it as we believe that it will actually make the sport much stronger. You will be making decisions if they've come through making decisions that are in the best interest long term of where the sport is not just, hey, what's what is in the best interest for that particular quarter? So there are a lot of reasons why. Works out at about that opportunity for us. We're on a day-to-day basis. We're just we're moving forward as if we are NASCAR. And they are I see and then they're doing the same thing. So we're very very focused on making the racing. It can't be doing a cost effective way. Giving the fans exact they want. They want from a racing product standpoint. And then obviously, we're out talking to two new sponsors, and we have a new sponsorship model in that. We're putting in place. So a lot of things that are going on that are incredibly positive for the sport. So very bullish on where we're going in the future coming up. Scott ni- continue our conversation with the president of NASCAR about content for the fans, we wanna make sure we're servicing them properly, so digitally, socially, whatever offerings that we can provide to them both from a race day experience standpoint as.

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"mike helton" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"mike helton" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

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"mike helton" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"mike helton" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"Arab door to door. They come off the quarter and want us will win in my car Lakers across the star Finn side rusty Wallace. Getting his first win with his brand new team in nineteen Ninety-one. The team has won over one hundred premier series races in NASCAR. But rusty Wallace will Windisch ten fraiche of the year. And in two thousand eight Penske one is first of two Daytona five hundred's with Ryan Newman. Ryan Newman brings them off turn four for the last time into the trial vote. A long dry spell for this driver. He will win the fiftieth state tone up five hundred and his second came in twenty fifteen with Joey Logano, the Daytona five hundred is over and across the line taking the captain Roger Penske to victory lane is Joey Lugano in two thousand twelve Brad Keselowski one. The captain his first championship at the Cup level. And twenty eight year old Brad Keselowski is the NASCAR sprint Cup series champion. I can't tell you. What a thrilled is Romy was goal. I've had. For so many years in when able to make it happen now. It's just amazing and this past November Lugano scored Penske's second championship Gano in its tenth fold type season. The Cup series is going to win while his accomplishments on the tracker impressive. His work off. The track has been tremendously important in nineteen Ninety-six Penske built the two mile auto club speedway in southern California. But to come to a racetrack like this for Roger Penske has put together one hundred and ten million dollars facility everything here is almost perfect. We haven't heard any negatives from any of the drivers and previously owned the Michigan International Speedway Nazareth speedway and North Carolina speedway. Former NASCAR president Mike Helton says Penske's vision to build the auto club speedway has always been admirable to think that there was gonna be a race track on that piece of property took a lot of vision had always had a great deal of admiration for Roger Penske. But for. Him to see they all clip speedway potential right there in that footprint. I still every time I pull into the speedway. I still think about that moment. You would be hard pressed to find anyone more respected in the garage area than Roger Penske says competitor and friend Rick Hendrick of Hendrick motorsports. As one of my best friends, I have nothing but respect for him what he's accomplished is unbelievable role. It's unbelievable to see someone that can win and Formula one and and open wheel and and went all the championships. And do the things he thought I don't know how he doesn't. He's a perfectionist. Then as again, I I admire him in. Poll them in the high regard the motor racing network. Congratulates the newest member of the NASCAR hall of fame Roger Penske. All three of Roger Penske's Cup series drivers drove to victory lane in two thousand eighteen and one of those drove to a championship Joey Logano in its tenth full time season in the Cup series is going to win the two thousand eighteen zero man, I honestly, I I would have thought he'd been inducted into the hall of fame along before this after seeing what he's given to our sport into our community. You know, I think it's one of the best kept secrets in our sport. Sometimes you forget when you watch these videos of all the race ones. You forget that he built a lottery strikes. You forget that you know, his whole businesses built them on racing. You know, he's here we had our fiftieth anniversary of NBN racing years ago. Now, you know, so what a great honor for him to to be able to to be inducted into. You know, what is the biggest award? You can get in our sports. So I'm so excited to be there. Into watch it and to be part of that. And it couldn't come at a better time after you win a championship. And then you cap it off with being inducted into the NASCAR hall of famers is that it's well deserved for a man that has a big heart. But also won't you won't ever..

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