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Fresh update on "motor" discussed on AP News Radio
"Some major US companies are telling workers they will have to get vaccinated against cope with 19 Tyson foods will require all of its U. S. employees to get vaccinated against covert 19 becoming one of the first major employers of frontline workers to do so as the virus players again Microsoft says it will require proof of vaccination for workers and visitors similar to Google and Facebook other companies like Amazon and Walmart have declined to mandate vaccines for their frontline employees meanwhile unionized workers at 3 auto companies General Motors Ford and still Lantis are being told that they will have to wear masks again regardless of vaccination status I'm Jackie Quinn
Tyson Foods, Microsoft to require vaccination for US workers
"Some major US companies are telling workers they will have to get vaccinated against cope with nineteen Tyson foods will require all of its U. S. employees to get vaccinated against covert nineteen becoming one of the first major employers of frontline workers to do so as the virus players again Microsoft says it will require proof of vaccination for workers and visitors similar to Google and Facebook other companies like Amazon and Walmart have declined to mandate vaccines for their frontline employees meanwhile unionized workers at three auto companies General Motors Ford and still Lantis are being told that they will have to wear masks again regardless of vaccination status I'm Jackie Quinn
Fresh update on "motor" discussed on MacBreak Weekly
"Musk going to be the next to pull embarrassing he doesn't want to be. Ceo tesla. yeah so. This is a book which is written by tim. Higgins is respected wall street journal. Reporter comes out next month called power. Play tesla elon. Musk in the bed of the century. And i'm sure it's well reported but somehow somehow they got Tim got somehow he got a story that there was a conversation when apparently e lan and tim cook met to talk about apple. Buying tesla there was a conversation in which elon musk says. Okay but i have to be the ceo of apple. And in which. Tim cook said f. you and hung up on him now. None of this is credible at all. Both parties have denied it. In fact both. Tim antion said you know what we've never even talked to each other. We've never even met before hesitant was yeah but before this book came out. That was like what they were saying on. Both i think he in his oddly out of character for him in being such a reticent fellow did mention that boasted that oh well apple had reached out to apple years ago. They could have bought the tire company for pennies. But he wouldn't even return my phone call. Yeah Is i mean would kind of make sense if apple wants to Do what apple cart that they kind of need. A car manufacturer I don't think they wanna get in that business. Maybe maybe they think they do. I just want it to be someone in germany. Not yeah. I think we'd be mistake to pick to get in bed with ilan and i'm just saying that comes and everybody else back. It sounds one tweet. One tweet and your entire retirement fund is like okay because i'm working till seventy four. I just think that the the the idea that so not even possible. I mean th th th. The idea that that tim cook would say that. To another ceo of any kind It just steve jobs might have said they said that steve jobs said that we like. Oh yeah that makes sense. But tim cook. That's tuesday jon. Apple to tesla with doj coin. Because that would have. You'd like. I believe mac report says and it is a rumor. That apple is expanding. Its california self driving test fleet to sixty two cars and ninety six thousand nine cars in ninety two drivers Maybe they're looking at the. Maybe they're looking at the actual filing. Maybe it isn't quite a rumor that is down though from october. Twenty twenty when apple. They reported that apple had one hundred fifty four driver permits so it is not an increase. Yeah did you know that. The apples actually filed a the Government agency has has a voluntary voluntary program for companies that are developing self driving cars To say file report explains what you're testing procedure is all you're using certification. Play tesla has not filed such a report but apple has yeah good for africa. Found very interesting. Yeah this from the california department of motor vehicles. Collisions apple has had three course way. Mos had one hundred eleven. That's waymo That's why veritas him video so they're fine. Yeah i you know and also related to how many miles driven and forth But i think it's interesting. Mean is no question because of these filings. That apple is absolutely in a working on self driving vehicles and they have increased. The number of cars decreased the number of drivers but increase the number of cards centered on going to sorry. I just just quickly. And it is actively evolving. It's not as though they are building a platform and just for testing software and right offers. The only thing they're telling you. Do there was an up to someone. there's on one of the autonomous vehicle blogs had updated photos of a apple car citing just a few weeks ago vich. They compared to a previous sighting of about a few months earlier noting that are new sensors on the side of the car. That weren't there before. Change some sensors that are on the top. So it is. It is a hardware project as much as is our software project which would not have that money on. I think also you're kind of waiting for the market to get to a certain point when it comes to self driving when it comes to you know apple has time you know. They don't need to make the money. They're not a car manufacturers so they can work out a lot of details And be figuring those things out. I mean i think that as a user i when i thought google put a car with no driver seat like just like. You're just going to get gonna drive around. Yeah i thought that was kuku now. I wouldn't buy a self driving car that actually had make makes me. I just want to get into byles. It takes me to the place. Don't want go well. that's that's the that's the ideal but there's a there's a. I think it's bad that for the entire For the entire platform for the entire tire industry. That tesla is the name. That's most closely associated with thomas vehicles. Because they're the ones they're the one company that is absolutely not doing that. They're also the company that is doing the most squirrelly things to get these cars on the road. You've intel you of apple you have google. All of whom are doing real indepth for real Investigations going very very cautiously and making sure that they're always doing things that are fully in line with federal and state guidelines but then you have tesla which are actively saying one thing when they're speaking to california transportation regulators but saying another thing or okay alon but but still When they're talking to the public there's they keep saying they keep talking talking to the transcript of the conversations with the california state regulators saying. No no no. This is level to driving only believe me if we ever do level three or above. We will not do that until we talked to you guys and get the proper permissions and certifications. But meanwhile here's any they have data people driving beta software that is doing self driving on for on like city regular residential roads. Not just a lane assist on highways. And that's that's sort of playing cute with the rules is a. I think. Reckless and be just makes me not respect. How approaching the enormity of this problem to era. Sorry no place. I was gonna say self. Driving is a lot of fun when you're sitting at headquarters watching your car moved three inches in the arizona. Desert very different. When you live with andy. I live and snow is indistinguishable from walls. You very seldom see people doing all these demos in the middle of a boston montreal winter. So there's there's a long way to go and apple has quite a bit runway to get there How do we feel about spatial audio..
Perseverance Rover, Ingenuity Helicopter, and the Search for Ancient Life on Mars
"On April 6th in this desolate Martian crater 170 million miles from Earth. Perseverance posed for a selfie with ingenuity. The little helicopter it had just dropped off. Two weeks later. The rovers cameras recorded ingenuity is historic First flight hovering 10 ft. Off the ground for 30 seconds. It may not look like much, but for those who work so long to make it happen. It was a reason to rejoice. Project manager Mimi on led the team at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California that's been working on ingenuity for six years. How hard is it to fly a helicopter in Mars? Very, very, very hard. We really truly started with the question of is it possible? A lot of people thought it could not be done because it's really counterintuitive. I mean, you need atmosphere for the place to push atmosphere to get lived. The atmosphere on Morris is completely different than the world atmosphere at Mars is so thin. I mean the room we're in, right. It's compared to that It was 1% of the atmospheric density over there, so The question of really Can you generate enough lift, you know, to really build to lift up anything. That was a fundamental question. In subsequent flights. Ingenuity has gone higher and farther, traveling more than a mile in all over the surface of Mars. It is a triumph not only for NASA, but for its partners in the private sector, who helped make various parts of the helicopter. Don't Let it go. Don't freak out. Matt Keenan has a history of making unusual things that can fly as an engineer at a company called AeroVironment, which produces drones for military and civilian use. I mean, that's incredible 10 years ago for a military research project, Keenan and his team created this robotic hummingbird, which has a tiny camera on board. Whoa! Oh, there it is. Oh, my God. That's amazing. Keenan, an engineer, Ben Pipe Enberg led the AeroVironment team that created ingenuity is rotors motors and landing gear. Why was this so challenging because it has to be a spacecraft as well as an aircraft. And and flying it as as an aircraft on Mars is pretty challenging because of the density of the air That's similar to about 100,000
Joey Jordison, A Founding Member Of The Band Slipknot, Has Died At Age 46
"That would be Joey. Georgeson, founding drummer of Slip Knot. Edit 46. Co rider original founder many of their biggest hits, died Monday. Rep for his family city died peacefully in his sleep. Right now. They did not specify a cause of death. From the Georgeson family. Joey's death has left us with empty hearts and feelings of indescribable sorrow. He was the motor that kept slip notch music running in their early days. Instrumental to their songwriting. Great drummer, crucial ingredient to the band's success. He was playing with a group of Des Moines, Iowa Metal heads who call themselves the pale ones and later changed their name to meld when he suggested they changed their name to slip night back in 1995. And within just a couple of years, the bands lined up expanded the nine
IndyCar Driver Sage Karam to Make NASCAR Debut at Indianapolis
"Karam is set to make his NASCAR debut in next month's Xfinity series race at the Indianapolis Road Course. Karen will be driving the number 31 Chevy for Jordan Anderson Racing, Woody Kane had a chance to catch up with sage following the recent announcement. You may know him from the IndyCar ranks, but he's also done just a little bit of everything, it seems erasing I racing. Low control cars, dirt bikes, the N C car series the Rolex 24 You name it, but sage. Now you're going to go racing the Xfinity series. Are you just trying to check off all the items from the bucket list or what? Yeah. You know, I think as a race car driver, it's really good to you know, get in as much stuff as you possibly Can. You learn more and more with everything Get to drive. So this is just something for me to to get a good good triad, and hopefully it's something that leads to something else down the road. I've always said that I really wanted to get an X An Xfinity car. Um, I just really never knew how to Get about that. Like, who? To contact and stuff like that. But, you know, we had a really good run at the end of 500 this year, getting seventh and I think that opened up some doors. And, you know, I'm really excited to, uh To be on board with Jordan Anderson Racing in the number 31 Montage Mountain Chevy Camaro, So I think it's going to be a lot of fun going to one of my favorite tracks that you know the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on the road course this time, so I'm looking forward to it. Two top
NASCAR Penalizes Teams of Chase Elliott, Alex Bowman Over Engine Infractions
"Position flip in the standings after Hendrick Motor Sports teams of Chase Elliott and Alex Bowman were penalized for running afoul of engine rules at New Hampshire last weekend. Teams are required to use sealed engines in the same car it originally ran in the next time it used team, Hendricks says an administrative error led to a motor from the nine car running in the 48th. 25 point penalties to each team will drop Elliott from fifth to sixth Overall. Bowman keeps the 11th spot even with the penalty. Erica Merola won
The Early Life of Bernice Arthur
"Bernice frankel was born on may thirteenth nineteen twenty two in new york city. She was the second of philip. And rebecca rankles three daughters when be was eleven. Her father moved the family to cambridge maryland to run a clothing store. The was the tallest girl in her class resulting in typical middle school awkwardness. In addition to the run of the mill challenges of adolescence. These family was also one of the only jewish families in town and they were subject to anti-semitism to overcome her insecurities be developed. A cutting sense of humor. Even winning the title of wittiest girl in her class at cambridge high at the age of twenty be became one of the first women to enroll in the us marine corps women's reserve paperwork from the interview process notes that she came off as argumentative and overly aggressive one reviewer went so far as to write officious but probably a good worker if she has her own way after basic training be worked first as a typist in the marine headquarters in washington. Dc before transferring to the motor transport. School where served as a truck driver and dispatcher and cherry point north carolina. She was honorably discharged in nineteen. Forty five at the rank of staff sergeant in nineteen forty. Seven be married fellow marine robert allen arthur after leaving the marines be attended the franklin institute of science and arts and worked as a lab technician for a year before moving to new york city to pursue show business.
GM Tells Bolt Owners to Park Outside Because of Fire Risk
"Force General Motors, recalling some of the older Chevrolet Bolts for a second time to fix battery problems that can set those electric cars ablaze until repairs are concluded. GM says owners should park the cars outdoors and limit charging to 90% of battery
GM Issues 2nd Bolt Recall; Faulty Batteries Can Cause Fires
"GM is recalling some older Chevrolet bolts over faulty batteries it's the second recall for some older Chevrolet bolt models General Motors has reported a persistent battery problem that can set the electric cars on fire it covers about seventy thousand bolts worldwide from the twenty seventeen twenty eighteen and part of the twenty nineteen model year owners are advised to not charge the cars overnight and park them outdoors two cars caught on fire after being fixed under the previous recall spokesman Dan Flores says engineers are working around the clock on how to find a battery defect and what the repairs will be it's another bug in the global roll out of electric vehicles with recalls from GM Ford BMW and Hyundai over battery issues I'm Jennifer king
GM Recalls All-Electric Chevy Bolt for Second Time Due to Fire Risk
"General motors is recalling. Its all electric chevy bolt for a second time because of potential battery defect that can cause a fire. Gm said today that its investigation into recent battery fires involving the cars found that manufacturing defects and a battery cell where the root cause the companies asking owners of twenty seventeen to twenty nineteen model year bolts to keep their electric vehicle charges at a certain level and park the cars outside after charging them gm shares fell one point five percent.
GM Using Expanded Super Cruise on 6 Vehicles Next Year
"General Motors Is expanding its hands. Free driver assistant technology to six vehicles, The Cadillac Escalade, Cadillac CT four and C T five Chevy Silverado, GMC Hummer Evie pickup and the GMC Sierra. The so called super Cruise technology will be installed on the vehicles beginning in the first quarter of next
Olympic Sponsor Toyota Pulls Games-Related TV Ads in Japan
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Olympic sponsor Toyota is pulling games related TV ads in Japan's Toyota motor corporation one of Japan's leading companies at the worldwide Olympic sponsor will not air Olympic themed advertisements on Japanese television during the Tokyo games which begin Friday the decision underscores the divisions within Japan over whether the game should be held with covert nineteen infections on the rise in the country in addition Toyota's chief executive like you'll tell your doctor will not attend Friday's opening ceremony Toyota has no plans to adjust its Olympic marketing in the United States hi Mike Rossio
Realmuto's Big Day Helps Phils Take Care of Marlins
"J. T. Realmuto had a big day at the plate following a two run walk off Homer in the completion of Saturday's suspended game with a three for five performance into our B. ice is the Phillies beat the Marlins seven a for real motors to run tenth inning blasted the Phillies a four two win in the suspended game Andrew McCutchen Aditi Gregorius also homered in Sunday's schedule game for the Phillies who rallied from a four to deficit to win for the tenth time in fourteen games the Phils are within two games of the NL east leading mats Adam duvall hit his twentieth home run of the season for the Marlins I'm Dave Ferrie
Is NASCAR's Next Gen Car Safe? Some Drivers Have Questions
"This has got started with with the nascar drivers talking about the reconfiguration of atlanta motor speedway and the and the car. The next gen car and safety concerns with it now. There's a lot of rumors flying around twitter. Which obviously don't don't take anything you see on twitter. Tell me series lead a dummy. Yeah in a crash test. Yeah with the new jenkins died. Yeah so not good good good. We're going to leave the leave that to the twitter rumors because who knows what's true. What's not all that good stuff. However the nascar drivers specifically denny hamlin have been very vocal in the past few weeks about the sanctioning body. Not being communicative. Is that a word communicative not communicating enough to the drivers about. What's going on with the next gen. Car kyle busch was very said very similar things and a few other drivers that were interviewed. Kevin harvick said
Terrorist Group 'Black Lives Matter' Makes Statement on Cuba
"At a minimum. They're Communist sympathizers. You doubt me? BLM black lives matter. You know it's a It's a terrorist group. That's a fact on them that I'm not gonna debate that. It's a terrorist group. The same tactics terrorists use burning down cities attacking people. Motor, you know, using political ideology to attack political opponents. I was attacked by them. I don't know if I don't think I've ever told the story on the radio, but leaving not physically, I'm gonna be. I don't do hyperbole like Joe Biden, who says it's not hyperbole. I was leaving the Republican National Convention at the White House. When President Trump accepted the nomination. He was kind enough to invite me and my wife. They followed us all the way back to the hotel, threatening to rape my wife Make me watch. They were going to beat the crap out. It was a whole bunch of bluster. Garbage. I don't ever do anything because they're big boys bags, but they do threaten you. And then you know when they burned, they attack impacts never by themselves, you know, because they're s'mores roasting wussies at home, But when they're around a group of their pact friends, they come out. Like terrorist savages, and they attack people. But you know, the BLM terrorists Sorry to get off on a tangent. They were talking about communists in the Democrat Party. BLM aligns themselves largely with the Democrat Party. They pretend not to. They pretend to be anti establishment. Make no make no mistake there. Communists just like their Democrat brethren. Well, they proved it yesterday. Black lives matter, and their official blue checkmark Twitter account put out a statement. Of condemnation on what's going on in Cuba. You're like, Oh, you probably listen home like Wow, that's really nice of black lives matter. They put out a statement condemning the Cuban Communist Party for politically torturing and terrorizing their citizens get wrong. They put out a statement condemning the United States government and celebrating the Cuban government. Why Rewind the tape to what I said the beginning of the show
Performance Coach Daniel Back on Advancing Methods in Jump Training for Athletes
"For young athletes who are wanting to jump to get sports like volleyball right. That's jumped base. But what do you think about the me. This is off the rails bit about the plan questions but something like that for young athletes like. There's obviously the training right but like something like lower dogs or a sport the way you make it a sport. What are your thoughts on that. I love it. And i do think there is a superiority. There compared to yet destroying touch the ram touched the backboard one. Just because it's more fun to to have success in the training right but then also there's this this component of it's not like a workout right. Where it's i've i've had this run. Training athletes honored kind of look at everything they're doing. I think they should get some junk reps in in going up hitting the vertex is just not as fun as dunking. you know. it's not. And i think just having that bond even that kind of creative like ideas based like oh this or i'm gonna i'm gonna try to don't one leg or whatever like having that kind of fun created environment. Deathly makes a difference for yet. Just motor learning side of things in the motivation side of things. Like yeah definitely like in the one on one training transacts like view just talent someone to go hit the vertex. Let's like let's say ten foot for ten times you know just not. This is not as good so. Yeah i definitely love the low rim dunking approach. Yeah even four people not small players. Yes i agree i. I was watching my some neighbor kids in the backyard. They have an adjustable hoop and they put it down like you know. These kids are like ten and eleven. They put it down to like. I don't know five six feet and they're trying to dump it out just thinking to myself. This is where it all starts. Non-judgmental it's and i think about the non-judgmental too. I mean i. I beat myself up. Training for years in the sense like l. ahead was the rim it's like am i getting higher on the rim. Am i not a good day. Was this a bad day. Even back when i was sixteen or seventeen and able to start dunking and things. That would be like you walk in the gym jimmy. You're not feeling it's like. Aw man but if you can have a rim and it's eight and you can just try to do something new or something. Then it's fun again. And it's i think for developmental as makes so much sense
Kurt Busch Holds off Brother Kyle at Atlanta Motor Speedway
"It was the bush brothers show in Atlanta Kurt and Kyle combining to lead two hundred and thirty five of the two hundred and sixty laps with current leading the final twenty five to pick up his fourth career win at the Atlanta track Kyle had taken the lead on a round of pit stops with forty eight laps to go but what's Kurt got past him Kerr was able to keep his little brother at arms length that's the biggest thing is I'm just trying to pull out all the tricks and stay focused and be little brother this is Kurt Busch's first win of the year and thirty third overall it's also something of a goodbye gift the car owner chip Ganassi who's selling the team at the end of the year Brett McMillan Hampton Georgia
GM Recall: Side Air Bags Can Explode in Chevy, GMC Pickups
"Motors announcing a recall involving more than 400,000 pickups in the United States. Correspondent Mike Hemp in reports the recall cover certain 2015 and 2016 Chevrolet and GMC Sierra 1525 135 100 Trucks U. S safety regulators say the airbag inflator can rupture are the end cap can fly off on both sides of the trucks. GM says it has no reports of injuries. The company says a manufacturing defect allowed moisture into the inflator while it was being manufactured, causing corrosion. Dealers will replace both side airbag modules about 9000 of the trucks were recalled last year for the same problem.
GM Recall: Side Air Bags Can Explode in Chevy, GMC Pickups
"General Motors has announced a recall involving more than four hundred thousand pickup trucks in the United States the recall covers certain twenty fifteen and twenty sixteen Chevrolet and GMC Sierra fifteen hundred twenty five hundred and thirty five hundred trucks U. S. safety regulators say the airbag inflator could rupture or the end cap can fly off on both sides of the trucks GM says it has no reports of injuries the company says a manufacturing defect allowed moisture into the inflator while it was being manufactured causing corrosion dealers will replace bolts side airbag modules about nine thousand of the trucks were recalled last year for the same problem I'm Mike Hampton
"motor" Discussed on Motor Sport Magazine Podcast
"Things i did. I took my chances when they were there. And i had a lot of natural speed and i used it. I you know i won. In touring cars are one inch. Both 'cause one in single seaters own sorts of things. So now i. I'm i look back and i'm thirty satisfied. Did i under under for my potential. Yes i did it. I do anything stupid and crazy. Noah didn't i. I did my best. I what really hawed. And i think i i think i left with respect and from my rival so i've got compliance. I'm just said right at the beginning of this. I just i'm just lucky lucky. I read that lead woken show. I'm not gonna make the best of the opportunities ahead of the people. I've met and despite kicking and screaming as it went into it. I'm very lucky i started race. Common straight in mit well. Maybe i'll have a career nef one yet. Who knows but No i i've i've got to go to look back and think and and be satisfied and then when you get recognize light like this and was inducted. The faa hall of fame as well. Sports got hold of the year as those moments. This discount. We you turnaround into buying not too bad pearl country boy from from the finanza west. Yeah you got yourself on the back. I mean because it's too easy too many yourself you know if i think about Crashes i had here and there that the rector you know the rates breeding good racers. Oh i think a two or three infamous were finished central to wear. I might have called next and At like battle hockenheim two thousand eighteen when he at that little off in the head coach you say look i put it behind me. I'm not gonna let that torment me now But i'm afraid they are a nasty Soccer player with the the. The big penalty. Missed all the gopher with the pup that you mr do not go to pop goes but i think if you're a competitive person they're always in the back of your back of your mind and your psyche and an most sports people like Mab driven by insecurity and frustration in a constantly driving themselves forward with lack of satisfaction. And what they've achieved a few others just had a super free in itself. Confidence like nigel mansell. For example i met nick faldo. And that's the thing It's really interesting. What drives spokespeople forward. And so i'm definitely in the camp all never satisfied with what i've achieved and that goes to this very day and You have to balance. You have to balance that up. So now to a very long onset a relative short question among like this i look back and i feel great satisfaction and very lucky we saw with mari walsh fishing. We we finished with and he he was always very tops that he was ultimately welcomed into people's living rooms on a sunday afternoon. Full two hours or you know said now following a mock of i think how great you are. A documentary song Off the back of your you'll set up driving career that people love welcome living living rooms around the world not just in the uk. So congratulations on sipho a wonderful career in much more to come and also on your hall of fame you can. Actually you can use it. If there's a young person coming off hit the way with it because it kind of kinds of it goal to get this on. I'll speak to management and see when they're gonna send it on. I'm out of the loop at the vitamins on that one but we'll we'll sensitivity but dhl make it up. Make it up to norfolk now one once. Yeah congratulations again. And thank you so much and thank you everyone for listening and watching to this price special. Hold on cost at ridiculous. These podcasts next year as well for sponsor. So if you're interested our sound like moss and on the full court at the moment but if you don't all dugouts boston scientific thank you like watching. We'll see we'll see bye bye..
"motor" Discussed on Motor Sport Magazine Podcast
"They watching thai sky output to enjoy spoiled. They live in formula. One they wanna know more on and that's in a. Mary told me that you'll you'll break us bose came. When is the belgian grown Spa when james hunt's was mia ofter particularly on lines. And i think you'll brabham Todd from the race and so inside of what you can sign next to demari what that was. Obviously you know there wasn't planning the tool. But how much did murray help you in that first. That first instance then afterwards. 'cause you mentioned him give you a bit of advice but was he is a cheetah as you like did he let possibly all not in history. Because i was a you know a formula one driver is literally dropped out of rice and My drennan still fighting. When the disappointment grows at the same rate and not wilkin of bbc at the time was looking for any driver that dropped out of the race could speak english and go with mary. 'cause i e giants hunt was missing in action so and i'm do remember my manager time afterwards saying why didn't you stay there longer. It was going so well. You should have stayed But i was thinking about getting the hell out of bed before the traffic traffic But then i had another chance to contact ninety five when i had Yet shot half alesia. Dr didn i and so on the racists. Where i wasn't driving i would assume But then are on the saturday. I'd be in the years comfortable on the sunday. The bbc books. So that's where i have. I learn to work with married over an an understand television show that perhaps ended my phone on career early because if at the end of ninety six brundle stopping formula one driving. He's going to become a common tyrone on tv and it kinda turned It's interesting isn't it. How life works. Is you never quite round the corner of the mari was very Is well known for his marines. Which i'm sure anyone listening watching a real ten just off the top of the head of the ads. I mean you'll sort of developing a few you'll sell the the brundle 'isms they're not marias seen Hugging the a favorite grounded in bits and pieces of that it must be quite satisfying. Is this a sign that the public is a sign of endearment from the public in this world of social media in kind of a sort of hatred. Yes it is lovely when people come up to you and say how much you've given them over the years were wedding. That used to be allowed to come up to An approach in an airport or a underground in london or something but Let's hope we get back to those days. But yeah the reason is is because huma is a great way of communicating and one liners people remember. One line is the putman and relevant to what's going on track. They'll talk about it. They'll they'll occasionally. I'll get replayed back to me and obviously they. They can chinese whispers. They ended up being different to the word. You use meaning quite something else. But it is. And i've also noticed the people have very different sense of humors of course and they remember completely different things but it is. You gotta get information over bite size pieces. Little shiny magpie pieces that people wanna grab and take away with them. Because if you do a three minute monologue on how peretti ties work or don't and the meaning of life they just people's heads just turn off to you gotta give them the information in and bite sized bits. The obviously one of the lodge sort of things nine for his the gridlock Which i think kind of it wasn't a hugely plan saying it just seems to be developed. I think you said it makes us to make you nervous. Does it still make you nervous. Not section eight does. It's the only thing ready that gives me so. The live television excites me. So i always think is about thirty percents exciting to be on the grid with with live television as a with being a driver and often we've got two or three people talking are s while we're while we're doing the grid Somebody giving me a hard countdown producing and somebody else saying. Saying you know charlie humming. Talk up the front gun talk to them. And then i gotta find my next day my go to think of a question. Go to listen to the onset because that's the biggest crime if they say something really big can you. You didn't want a listing and workout where. I'm going to go next. So i like that challenge and it makes me nervous. Because it's eight nine minutes of live television unscripted unrehearsed and just go. Everybody might just sit back and wait for me to look a complete idiot in front of millions of people around the world which frequently do so it does make me nervous but mostly because i it smiletree go. I do not recognize that person interrupts. Three will champions having a conversation together. Enjoying the grade and i go barging in and an interrupted or some movie star. Just want to talk to me. Awesome football agents. Only speak spanish or something like that. But i had some classically good moments on the great and some classically classically bad ones. But i've never watched one. I hate i could better. What should on the telly anyway. I've i've never said this. So far through this pandemic. But i'm really pleased at an after at moment really pleased but by equally. I'll be really pleased when i'm allowed to do again talking about what does jensen. Dc story about serve making you watch a growing profits on my second but as one of the wonderful lines i found. This must be you on a grid walk and you said there's a story that justin bieber might be on the grid so to avoid it. If we get jobs something. I found the lines. One hundred zero without but if it is wonderful yeah is i get cheeky down. 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"You've you've done so much in my sports. It's kind of it's quite amazing. I she's just really and six short years <hes>. Have you tested a formula you call 'em I just yeah. I don't think tested a couple of laps at Rome this year so I'm doing a series of basically it's me going. I'm going to try and different forms of motor sport. <hes> it's a great way to do. I get a chance to drive all these cars. I really WANNA drive. We could pretend they're making making a real but yeah basically I go in there so it's there's <unk> am worldwide cross formula e monster trucks which was insane <hes> did some drifting Ding Gymkhana and Porsche supercup and so all these different forms meeting if people who have the best jobs the world drivers and trying to cars so yeah the rally that the tricky thing is that you you have maybe one test they in some cases not no preparation you go straight ten and you just do it so you've got a really learn quickly quickly and on your feet but you know GonNa Complain when you get the chance to drive I did one test at Pembrey and then I was in the top pain in the supercar category at the world rally cross against Tim Johansen Kevin Hansson Marcus Gronholm son you know these the best guys in the world and and you're sitting in the start line Bernard before you get up there handbrake on six hundred horsepower binds enough limiter right five we connected a sixty looking across one and it was yeah that was I think the rallycross experience has got to be up there with anything. I've done sport. It was absolutely brilliant such a warm friendly paddock as well. I mean everywhere more sports always finally but these guys were just really glad to have someone in. We're interested in what was doing. Can you know yeah the team with Bennett's team and they were fantastic too so yeah. It was a great experience you very humble man for sort of people listening in watching as those supercop which is is widely regarded as one of the most competitive mcquay Quat Niche Championship we are doing you performed really well. Thank you all that was yeah. It was again split the Christmas because he last year and you know he said like may you're going to be at the back end things. Don't worry about it tough that guy you know these are pro drivers. The cars are tricky tricky things Rondo traction and it's all about the breaking and it's easy to lock up so you kind of well. He's up me a little bit the star but it was it was great because you go in there with very low expectations and they have the V._i._p.. Car they have different guests in usually once a year to drive it and it was there was a great team really professional out of test at Silverstone and I was about four seconds off the pace and then by Qualley verson at the race. I was <hes> two point seven poll so I was delighted without you know for two minute. Lop Up is more than happy with that and yeah I think finished five or six guys so I wasn't last but it was more just getting rained and driving relatively well for my standard not making any mistakes. That was the key thing I didn't WANNA BE SPINNING OFF and causing a Red Flag British exactly when you go stuns most people remember for the Hebei was at Goodwood so the all years this is Mike again you know so I didn't WanNa stupid so it was just about trying to be am as clinical and cleaning up a race which which I dated for me so I think he meant you described as another sort of bucket list item text and you've done them all to all these amazing. He thinks you're looking for this. Series are the things that you haven't done that. You want to do or the more I'd I'd love to go back to the moment because you learn so much and you feel that you barely scratched the surface I thought might have done an antique box and then I can move on but it really I call the Pug we learn so much that you want to play all the things that you learn that experience but top of them on Bathurst twelve hour nurburgring twenty four am..
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"Get their driving and then you see I sign for Lemond and use only go wow on the road signs. Just it's just so many things that bring the emotion and just <hes> the romance to behind the event and you get there and then you recognize isolate things you've seen on T._v.. And being before as a fun to watch two or three times before and to be arriving there with of Youtube actually getting in the car and getting on the track is very different feeling to arrive in there as a fun but yeah I remember going I and just pulling out the pit lane an even as a cable <unk> electric set with Dunlop Bridge and all the things that you I'm GonNa under the bridge the first time but for me it was heading straight the first time and you're sitting there pinned flat the floor just thinking here we go this is a we're on on the Mona Straight and then before you know what you see these huge lights behind you and smart Weber in N._l._p.. One might say but yeah it was everything about Lemond with special and you know there were so many stages to as well it wasn't the novelty wears off the for me. One of the best points was the nighttime stint the first nights when tight on and you pull out the pits in the dark and head down that was just the one of the highlights with I think in and this is one of the moments of of my life. This is something I'll always remember what privileges well because so many people want to do not not just your average fan who goes there and I wonder what we like to be the track but you know really high level professional drivers who've dedicate life this profession and they still have the opportunity to do it so here's me some dumpty that used to ride bikes. You know getting this chance to announce P TWO-CAR. I didn't I want to do the whole opportunity justice and not just turn up and take it lightly so yeah for all people that were wanting to be would love to be in my shoes. I wanted to do the best job a kid and what what was the kind of from when you first stepped into call in terms of the S._R.. One incident <hes> race capacity three to Lamar on things that you've done since what's been the feedback like from the motorsport community. Was it difficult to start with. No I think they I was really warmly welcomed. I think I genuinely think that the humidity love it when people so come in from other areas because it reaches a wider audience and people will take an interest in sport that maybe hadn't before an appreciate Iheart is an amazing is and you know that most people if they're not into motor sport there'll be aware of winter sport through one every became through the summer. They'll see one of the tally on those C._d.'s on board shorts of just the steering wheel and then turn in the cog was that way an straight and turn anything. I drive a car but day to the kids up at school I I can drive so I could pretty much do it. Loose Allenton does and they have no no concept of of just the U._N.. says the skill that the cars on the you know whether it's a formula one car or K. TRIMs or wherever any kind of championship in between between every drivers pushing to limit on every part of the circuit and it's such a such a challenge in so exciting and I think T._v. doesn't ever quite do it justice and so if you can spread the word and talk to people think well. He seems quite passionate about they. It must be quite exciting then hopefully you're ding ding a very small job.
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"Efforts. Maybe thirty second efforts with a minute recovery you do that four times in a row suspend without seconds rest for sixty spent for thirty or sixty four times and then you would just collapse off the bike lie in a can of fetal position for us about fifty minutes as you're lying there your your your body feels like you know something's wrong he. I shouldn't be feeling this bod. I'm never done this again. I'm clearly going to have a day off and then to that fifteen minutes and you pop and you feel fine you go right okay. Let's say it again and again. I'm yeah there was some days where you come up with the training session in the lab. Just you and the coach no-one watching you know cried. No no nobody witnessed any of it but you would feel almost as elated as some days when you one other races just because you've made a progression of five watts or ten what's over. You're you're passionate based so it was always everything was measurable. You there was nowhere to height. He couldn't have come in and go yeah gave everything today you go hang on minute. Let's look at the data. You didn't know you didn't so yeah. It's it's there's parts of my career. I really miss but I definitely isn't isn't one of them. I mean it's yeah a lot pain so you the obviously the fitness there's a question hits from Matt's <hes> Stelle mce and this is kind of related to this and he's he's asking what the key skill is that you've been able to bring from cycling into long distance in Journal germs racing I I'm I'm guessing it's more the cure in terms of racing with all the people yeah. The biggest thing is the ability to focus on ability to blockade distraction so it's exactly same. I'm like in the Kieran or the Kilo at the start. If you start dwelling on my win what went by lease he's the he's a fast a day or you know conditions or the crowd or as soon as you're looking at things that have obviously no banning on your own performance. It's taking your your mental concentration station away from that so in the car coming towards a corner coming towards Porsche curves Lamont night thinking. I'm doing one hundred forty miles an hour here. You know this is supposed to be just lifting Ternan. Not Well looks pretty close. You know if I get this wrong over the might the oil here what happens if I had well disaster as soon as you dwell on the things that could go wrong. It's it can have massive increases your chance of doing that so you know even even a mountain biking if you're going down a hill the key thing is always look exactly what you want to go. Look uh-huh things you're trying to avoid which is the same much exactly so you focus on the lane you increase your vision you try and look through the corner on these things that new from cycling I passed across the motor sport but they're completely different skills so you know it's Z.. Come into it and you have the competitive instinct you help the desire to go fast. You have the desire to win but yeah you learn very quickly that it's going to be a you're starting at the very bottom level but that's part of what dreamy to quite enjoyed the thought of a new challenge the every time I get in the car. I'm going to be significantly better whereas on the bike you were spending a whole year or four year cycle trying to improve maybe half a tenth of a second you know the margins were so small. You're so close to the top level that you didn't have the headroom to improve but in the CAR RPG go a long way to improve which is which is good and did you were you surprised by those of the physicality of racing for for lots of your lost. My friends always ask why to racing drivers have to be so fat because they ultimate sit in a car turn it. It's I think it depends hands on the type of car. I think it depends on your level so you could get somebody who has huge amount expedience and skill and they could go right and with I you know barely raising the heart rate and barely.
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"Do you still play not enough Noah clip play crazy Gulf? Pitch and putt. But no, I just don't like like most people say don't have spare for ARCE to commit to full round of commitment isn't commitment of time as on Gulf. I suppose like motor sport can be very frustrating. You need to put the RS into teen your level or else you start going going backwards. So maybe when when when the motorsport career days off a bit more time for for the golf courses a decent posters to other winter. Yeah. There's there's two golf courses the window. So yeah, was I am not up in the access earlier. Go over that Theriault being my first visit to to the Royal automobile club or leave that for another day. And so. Mechanism forgiveness back into racing ninety autograph or something didn't you wrote across? Yeah. That's right. You know? I always I I was lucky where I was brought up in my dad was he was a builder. He was involved in construction, and we had a massive yard Tomas of concrete yard. So I always had access to vehicle should be a van Faulk left or whatever. But as a kid, I love cars and was cars. So we had we had Many's had Ford cortina's, and I would just go dine there just Dr Ryan in the evenings for ours. You know as fast as I could. So I was always when I look back, and I was always developing my skills and my craft and then when I was fourteen there was an auto autographs club started up in imported iron. So that was I remember so well going to go into the scrap yard buying by my many for for fifty pines of my. Hard-earned pocket money and brought it to to yet to family friends on we prep the car sales used a whole can of pop rivets pots back together. And I think that's when I fell in love with with motorsport again, you know, it's short oval racing on dart on grass on then. It was a yet twelve hundred CC many unin was just fun. You know, it was a you're only using first and second gear the mucks common three year three year, mesh windscreen. And then. Yeah. That was sort of reignited the passion. Also, a lot of people sniffy about short oval racing stock cars bags whatever but loose if it's been tastic, honing your control, isn't it? Yeah. It's it's it's it's you know, because even on the on the dry summer days, you know, will was had a a visor of water. You know a. Tractor tanker that would go on wet the track. You know as soon as it got remotely dry. So yeah, you're constantly sharpening your skills. But for me, it was all just about I needed today something to to enjoy motor sport again. And then you know, I have two boys nine that's what I said to them. You know, it's we go we go. I don't our carts. But the most important thing is we have fun because the moment at gets too serious or this too much pressure. Then then it's then you're not really step away from the so so so I raised autographs for for two years loved every moment of and, but even that stage, you know, I come across this Tump ship on TV was this the BTC. And while this this this looks like fun. You know, it was a Saturday afternoon. Primetime Virin on them, you know, that's when I started to get hooked on something else. And you you made your circuit debut in Orland in a met.
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"Pure. Luxury alone with along with performance, but thing need to win a few more races before going to get one of those basically the cost salesman as well. As race in drove the let's let's let's go back to your day job. I mean hard to stop. He was was was some sort of a strong family connection with the sport back in the day. Or was it something you discover yourself as a kid yet from from. I was a kid and motor sport was was in three are high semi dad's. He rallied back in Northern Ireland and risked go-carts as alleman will know. My my mom did some co-driving for my does. But even before that's my grandfather marriages. Yeah. They the never seem to fall light. But you but before that McGrath father had at a real passion for for motorbike racing. Unday particularly road racing an airline, which is still a Muslim. And so I was brought up a local bike races my dad's sponsored local writers. He's he sponsored some local team Sunday. That was my mood sport education. You know, go into that l'amante t the north west two hundred and you know, just seeing that the spades. And the commitment of of of those writers, but I was always pushed away from from two ways. You know, we being involved in the sport. We saw the dangerous. We saw the accidents. You know, I remember only too well going to to the Royal Victoria hospital in Belfast to see Phillip McCallen when it come off the bike on. It was the closest thing I'd seem to to today on you know, his body was was in. Vets. And yeah and used to that that wasn't for me. So am I mean, how did you cut it until I suppose I hadn't really considered it? But you know, as as a kid that probably scared me on I thought I want to be I don't wanna be him. You know, I don't want to be in here. So so I have two brothers Sunday. My my older brother started started racing go karts cadet go-carts knots cornered in Northern Ireland. I Nazli followed them into the sport. Just just as a hobby just does. But if on something today at the weekends. How long was it before you? I mean, you you progressively coats ABI media pretty well. And goes get okay. I was an average Carter. Yeah. I was for me motor sports in those early years was was just a bit of fun. And I didn't take it seriously. It's all you know, I was I did my reacing, but I was more interested in just having a bit of player by with with the other kids. I was racing against and think carting back back when I did it. You know, that's you know, that's more than twenty years ago was wasn't as serious as as I say it is nigh, and yeah, it was just something today at the weekends with with the family. And you know, I was I think I won some. I won many racist. But I wasn't a top level Carter average. Oh. And by the way, I wouldn't really races. Yeah. Right. But one interesting story as you go karts can be quite fickle and unreliable and as a kid all you wanna do quiet and put some laps and keep going round and round, and what frustrates me the most was with the go carts was on the Saturday practice. Qualifying cart would be perfect. It would be singing. You would be. You'd be up the sharp end. You put it in in in the truck take it the next day. I wouldn't start wouldn't go. What's what's going on here? So it got me that much that after four years of carts said I can't take this anymore. That's I've I've had enough. I'm not enjoying this. So off I went to play golf. And the lasted all of six weeks. Slightly longer than not I wanted to do something completely different. And yeah picked up a set of golf clubs, son. And I really enjoyed it. I love you know, obviously, it's the polar opposite. I think of of motor sport. Bit taper. But you know, on we're blessed for some grit courses on clubs in in Arlon. So you know, I enjoyed playing golf, but there was always a suppose that burning desire and passion for motorsport. Do you still play not enough Noah clip play crazy Gulf? Pitch and putt. But no, I just don't like like most.
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"Of feedback in helping to develop the car to run the championship in ten would have been very go dribble adjustable for him. The unfortunate. I think unfortunately. But understandably. March with his girlfriend down started to become a bit spent too long worrying about the helmet was favoring Sebastian side of paying too much tension systems Sebastian's of got option that I think in terms of his driving starts to effect him a little bit. Because after all drivers are sportsman in rural. What goes on here is is all Passover. We we must source. I was just going to jump in with doing mass awesome. These readers questions, there's some really great ones here. And I don't think we're going to get through this several hundred that we have. And he probably won't have dinner at some point. There's a there's a nice one here that from pizza spears. He says is a keen motorbike rider. Have you ever been tempted to move into motor GP John Barnard where with Kenny roberts's team and said, he considered the era potential fascinating and laundly untapped now. Message for GP is is I think outside of full Milan. What other areas of kind of man and machine? Big-budget on a machine is the Neons, sir is LeMond. Lesser GP. An America's Cup is probably in truth about it. Muster GPO officer law veasley, but didn't have a car until I was about twenty two twenty three hundred sub Isobel three teens. So have a great love of ice. It's an aquatic few people John Boehner Zvimba question other people from the Formula one product of vended off it might GP. It's a very different challenge for sure I think is a challenge. One should definitely shouldn't underestimate..
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"Motor sports, Alex mortem a-. Hello now between the three of them. They have literally decades of modus boy experience, and I'm sorry to make the move sewn old and each of them as a worry had their own story driving career. So beings briefly as Cam was start with running down Stewart shoot start racing in the mid nineteen ninety s and formula Vauxhall had a few shunts, and then did quite well before he moved into sports 'cause he's done bridge GT. He's raced in America. He's competed at the montage four hours four times. Plus, he's also won titles in both the UK and European Radical categories Roger bramalea is very much child of radicals. But started on show over. So we'll talk about that later. He's been racing radicals for over a decade because he's got very little imagination anything else. He's been a champion in the UK and Europe. And now he works for the brand as a professional driver coach. And then Alex Mortimer was a successful British championship Carter before he moved into Porsche racing. He was British GT champion into. Thousand seven and then he moved into European GT's before going on to pay compete in the world endurance championship and also race at LeMond. So I wear all gathered here in motorsports London office to talk about how to get started in motoracing. How to do it? How not to do it? And we'll also talk about all of the pitfalls nervous. It can get caught in. Plus those surprise things that nobody actually tells you when you have a fever idea that starting racing campaign might actually be a good idea. So gents, I guess start with Africa driver Linden. You only had a couple of weeks to with radical to might your racing debut is that a particularly daunting task for somebody. That's never been in a car before. Then maybe a passenger now. And again, it was. Yeah. To be thrown in the deep end with an odds where you've never even been on track with anybody. I than you it kind of puts into perspective when you're told to hit I say hit minimum speeds. But when your instructors beside. Did you go? If you're not doing one hundred twenty before you start breaking down rivet straight and you'll thinking out quite happy seventy here, you know, as it was doing. But then the guy's, you know, set round the table here with me now put me through my paces and had so much confidence. Faith in me that when I went out from my first test Donington, we Stewart, admittedly. He refused to get in the passenger seat with me. But it was such an experience that you just come econ. Imagine it until you actually sit in the car and just peddle faster and foster being told that you can do it is brilliant. And it was something that you wanted to do because it was quite not because your dad came along real family, February something you've been waiting quite a few years to actually get go about the nine who's counting. Yeah. Yeah. Count off to thirty eight. But yeah, it was it's olive growing up in spore of grownup. Nets of watch party was three of these boys racing. And not no, no, I didn't see stir crash. She's four invokes junior to interest is important at the end of the rivet straight. It was. Yeah..
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"This is Freddie Spencer come into the last round of the two thousand eighteen Moto GP world championship in Valencia Spain. Now, this was always going to be an interesting weekend. And actually, I kind of look at it now because of is the last round and in the championships were already decided that it's that that raised that gives maybe someone the opportunity to get a win in that they wouldn't or hadn't so far some last chance opportunities if you haven't been on the podium this year to get on the podium, or maybe if you've never been on the podium before it's a great opportunity in the last round of the championship. And then of course, you have what is actually begin would begin the week after the two thousand nineteen testing in season. So it's it's exciting. And it's a race that I I've been to a couple of times and was down there for the race this year. Now, the weather was not that great. In fact, it was warmer and drier when. Are left London to good goods the plane down on on Thursday? But it's always was going to be exciting. And this weekend was certainly wise. Now, we as most of you know, if you watched it the weather was atrocious in many ways, there was really no opportunity to get any completely dry practice in. And so that puts a lot of a lot of pressure on the writers because and the teams in the motor GP class because they have to take advantage of of an opportunity if it is a little bit Dr which it was in in a couple of sessions to where they can get down and get a pretty decent time in. And but like I said because of the threat of rain you always have to be on top of your game. Now, I've ridden around ballooned see if you times they do a classic event there at the beginning of ever. Racing season the indefeasibly. I Amar Valencia classic. And and I wanna tell you something if you think it looks pretty tight on on TV. It is tight when you right around. And I've ridden the two fifty around there to phychi GP bike, and of course, five hundred three cylinder five hundred a few times. And it's a fun track to ride on. And and the reason why that that it is the way it is and shaped because the massive grandstands to get that effect of a stadium. And so the track was built with that in mind. And I think that it actually does a great job considering the modest space that have to work with. And so it's it's one of those tracks that you spent a great Bill dilatot thing, of course, accept them on the front straightaway. Either one side of the tar or the other. And so that really makes it critical in wet conditions that you got. Oh, really stay on top of your game, certainly the crew in and as to do your job is setting up to like Tron IX if you listen to the moti bikes on the front straightaway. You really don't even really here break traction that often the riders would feel it. But and certainly you can hear it's it's amazing. How proactive the electron IX are in that respect. But they still like I said have to be really careful and we saw that in the race of when they're carrying speed certainly on current corny entry. You're going to have some some crashes, and like I said because it is a track that you're either one side or the other and making the big, you know, in the sweepers. And then because there's not a whole lot of distance between most corners, the straight line is transitions from one side to the other. And so like, I say it really puts a lot of a lot of stress on the riders to really be on top of the game. One mean? Oh, that is is looking ahead making sure that they're really prepared and they have the right trajectory because rotting in the rang and carrying speed and trying to take some of the pressure off the load and is having the right trajectory, and and really also carry momentum. And Karen speed. Going into the weekend. Like said there was there was certainly a lot of riders that wanted in the season strong..
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"I kinda like it in my head too. I mean, the first mobile phones had. Yeah. Yeah. Executive member of you wanna remember them. Just remember these PD don't remember for second battery life. That's one thing. But I mean competition, and that's two million. Brought I mean within four or five years we had friends this pagan the bathroom the week recycles. I mean, how long do you think is going to be before? Thanks, the comp- competitive element to form. The we have power powertrains at are actually, generally small compact and incredibly durable. Well, in that respect it's don't to the regulations, and then the appetite of people to get involved in it. So that was one of the major discussions about going into the generation to car so the season five car and also the generation three car the next one that will come along was do we want to open out in terms of relations? It's quite clear that there wasn't a big appetite for chassis development. Because is it relevant to electric cars road? Cars not really it at the namic, then it'd efficiencies irrelevant because if you've got Draghi car, then you use energy to fish. The straits efficient, but not don't force because we didn't want to get into situation where an essay we the collective teams. And manufacturers we. The that you basically would dynamically lead as opposed to drive train and electric motor lead. And so he brought it back to this particular point. And the the piece in between the battery then purely because of cost and also expertise, then we decided that was better to be white box. But a common battery forever white boxes and unbranded boot's common battery for everybody. And that is the stituation at the moment. What happens for that though the line? I think that could open up, but the ships, you know, it's forty years old, and it's not ready for that sort of explosion at the moment. And so therefore focused very much onto the electric drive train in their even year to year software development. Forget hardware software development would gaining a lot and we're able to the one I brought up at the lecture was actually printed last where with more power available with the same energy would able to go six laps longer. In comparison sees one and so they're going faster with more power. And they're you know, where the moment of energy nets meaning on software development. So therefore, there's there's a lot of gains to be made here, and it's a little bit like in my view, what it was the beginning of our diesel program where we were just on tapping the potential of it, and it was only when you go down and up the doors, and it was like Pandora's box away, and it's going to go in the same direction, but we have to keep control over the cost. Because as I said, it's still quite young with the old Cup. Virgins tell Angie reach into this point this now open a new door everyone's gonna blank canvass. It will be because we've also the open up of technology late brake by wire as an example. And as well, I think when you go back and being very honest voted season one season two predominantly teams and independent teams and season. Four five.
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"Which was Jonathan palm. Right. Then why run what had anyway must have had you on that one. Senator Joe for two different sin events says said well, don't drive clamor. Anyway, when drive loaders come Alertus a A like. slow too soon. So that's how that all came about. And then of course, he came back to McConnell through Honda. Right. So the twenty five million didn't come from Marlborough. That there was no huge amounts of. Moneys to begin with it got to Manding towards the end of his career when I'm in your remembering those days, everybody was trained playing. Chess with engines and chassis and designers, and it was going all over the base hunter had offered. The engine. In a tortuous. You're gonna deal to Clara. Which included processed. I can't remember the exact details. But that's how it all came about. When we run a win the team run out of engines at one point. Because hundred pulled out into naughty naughty area. Correct. And. So wrong with stock with making making the best of a Cosworth that he could. And Senator I mean, this was the sort of five card trick. I'm not driving with you guys. The hundred till I've got the best engine. We can't get you. The best engine. Doesn't matter. I'm not driving. So which said, well, that's fine. How much you want to drives that was all about money in the end. We said they make. A million dollars a race. So that that that became the became rate. God, right. Where did the Penske tests come into the question from entropy? Asking how much involvement you hide in the? It was because is all more Penske was over at the end of the day. And I think Roger Roger Ron just rang. Roger and said, listen, I wanna. I wanna find I want to sit down a baseline for. Edwin IndyCar to see what he's like remember at that point in time. There was this tremendous pushing and shoving going on between Indy-Car and Formula one car. I mean full Indika was being written up on a regular basis as being the successor to former one. So you know, you had to react to that you had to. Make sure that Fulmer one got it's it's just as earth. So it's just you and Senate when to America oh, nine I know run run did a lot of pushing shoving on that as well. And Sam said at the end of that. I've learned what I need to know. What what does he mean? Void. But do you think whether we're gonna fall it? Simple as that. No signs involved during the. The heat of the Senate processed era McClellan, I mean, did you manage to maintain a good strong relationship with both of them? And if so how. Charm. Yes. I mean, I must say I'd feel quite comfortable if Allen PROST walk in here. Now, we'd be oh friends. I mean, we speak in a regular basis when I get dragged along though, former erasers. Friends. Senna absolutely friends. Absolutely. How did you keep yourself away from the politics? Politics between who between an Allen oversee the reach the point where they weren't speaking to each other and communicating by their engineers who. That was quite easy. You just say, listen, that's your problem. An and it really wasn't a problem. You know, they couldn't talk to each other. Then fine. Moving forward to when Marlboro and McLaren split how. Strange situation than when he had run heart west kind of the end of the phone, and you hadn't furry basically signed a ready to go out of that conversation. Go wrong. I suspect it would be quite easy from say, I'm leaving. He'll say, okay. It was it was it was a bit of a non Schwarzenegger. He's the baby. Yeah. It was that. I mean, I knew he he had Akron plane up to Germany literally an hour after I told him. It was the end of the road. Simple as that. I was always going to be very there. Anything would have persuaded you to stay? Well, they put it another way around..
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"And I think it was a handful. So he said I'd love to come in and driver drive. Mclaren go nice why? 'cause McLaren wasn't any any better. I think a lot of rumors sprung out of that. Did he get they didn't sign him in seventy seven seven. Why did we? Yes. Patrick Tam by simple as that. Yeah. We were looking for more European better known driver. Remember Bill never that point. Nobody knew who he was from a former three Dr. Did you James tell you about Jill did that's an interesting story because James and Ellen Jones went to drive in a former Atlantic race. Yep. Things drivers to for money. Went to drive in formula. Grace to our Rivera. In Canada, and this bloat Vilna absolutely blew the pair of the month, two world champions got zapped by this Canadian. Nobody heard of and anyway, James who. Was always interested in young up and coming drivers. It was his Hopi almost said to me when he got aches. And you should look at that guy. Just fantastic. Believe me, he's fantastic. He's both Jones. And I in a. So did James note come to you rather than the team? Well. We we were the team. I mean, we're we will we worked. We all worked as a team. The the the team is a team in the sponsors sponsor, and we we knew we had a collective job to do moving forward. A few years. You said that. Keeping own young drivers bit of a Hobie for James. I mean I worked with them quite a bit during the nineteen eighties. When he was looking after going, how can McNish people that the mole Junius? Yeah. I mean, we he was really I mean, he seemed very actively engaged. The try was. No, I guess it was a frequent communication with keeping abreast of the program. He was he was probably into it. Yes. Yeah. I mean, I'd like to think that we were a little bit head of the game. Now all teams have got junior teams and things. And we just had drivers that we'd spot and keep an eye on help them alone sort of thing. And he he was instrumental in in guiding in the area. It was like a purchasing noise. Get it Ryan was a prototype bread pool system. And you never run out to drivers. But. Moberg sponsored youngsters that you made it through to the mall. Mika Hakkinen go through not many more responsive young the former wom- with other teams and things, but not all that many of them sort of stayed with mobile. Now, I'm because you couldn't really do that in those days, you didn't know enough cars. I mean, you'd you'd get the bloke into Formula one stay friendly with him and so on and so forth and hope it succeed. And that's frankly, all you can do. Is more of a marketing exercise than than than? Yes. Mclennan? Absolutely. We had a question asked about dejesus asking why mopus stuck with him? So long. He was potentially very quick. That that that was it. You know, he was quite quick. And he where did he end up alpha? Yeah. I mean, I under out or specific he ended up alpha. Then he went to leisurely. I think the end, but no we we stuck with him for a number. But you see that's a good example. We're always friendly with him right to the end. So that was important then talking of quick drivers center in the late did Ron continue to say if you want send a you have to pay him the twenty five million. Was it easy? Yes. I was. It was the the way Senate came to us was a bit more contorted with her. And this was Senate came to us through a guy called Domingus Pedotti and to Mingas who again is a is a spotter. He's a businessman these owned, right? But he's he's also spot came to me one day said it's not got this young Brazilian should appreciate he's remarkable. So said her her horizon would have a look so we did a little contract with a ten thousand dollars or something night to to wear them over budget. And so that meant that we had hold of sin that we had an opportunity to talk to Senator as progressed, that's very valuable. Then. He Senate was very independent choice. I and we we had a test day. So stone for up and commas Senate was part of that up and coming and it goes what he do. Eat bloom all Wade's the whole lot of say. But unbeknownst me run it already made his mind up. We wanted..
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"And. So. So we we sort of mumbled. About the options said the options were James Hunt or Jackie eggs. I never told James, but I voted for Jackie. Anyway. So in the end, we you know, we went with with James, and I had I had the task of going and finding James this is a Saturday night and Saturday wet night in London where you start. In in the in in the mid seventies. So I found found fame phonies home in Spain. And his wife. I think on the phone and said, oh, you might find him here or there. I've found him at Hess goose. And he was entertaining. Jane Burbach at the time. And. So I went round I went round to the house and. He tried to play hard to get and I got options. You know, it's this or or you can get and drive a Lotus. And I knew he didn't want to drive a Lotus. I mean, there was quite a superstition about. Drive loaders in those days 'cause semi them that had accidents. And anyway, I knew you didn't want to drive a lotta so that was my card. Cud along story short. We gonna wake a deal signed sealed by the middle of the following week. What you said initially, you you'll you faded signing. X what we reservations about James? Oh, and it wasn't any reservation about James. Yes. I knew very good driver. I mean exit. He was what second in the German Grand Prix the week the year before something that I mean, he was very good. He is ready. Very good. And so it was a simple as a judgment deal cool. Lost of the close question with James not being willing to adhere to mulberry's shirt trousers. Yeah. That was interesting. How did how did you get round bell? We played played poker. Again. You know, he said I I can't wear that shit. I said what you're gonna have to. I can't will not I can't pay you. Okay. Say that that was. And talking of close when I think of Marlborough in the pits. You see the red trousers the white shirts that was kind of one of a kind of the time. What was the reception of the other teams that they look at the Marburg guys and think look all the infamous, I think JPS might have might have beaten to the draw on that stuff because they were all in black one. Yeah. And so I think that was one step ahead. I've always kept my on on Penske. Roger as a as a sort of a guide to all these things. And if a years. Russia had the smartest turn out. Yep. Forever in the whole a mode raising. So I will always kept on him. And then so and Roger was quite close to McLaren in those early days, and I picked up little hints from that fed. Will you know, that's the way to go. You've got to be smart Ferraris. I mean Ferrari who were. The top dog said to speak inform. The one. They they were still walking around in shell Karki overalls, which looked smart bet. They they just look smart. You know, was that the difference between Melbourne and the other brands was sponsoring that. They just made it that little bit more pressure on a little bit more. Yeah. Exactly was the real difference. We wanted to look slick what was just interested from a marketing man's perspective. Given as you said doesn't assumption. Give them. There was a British Grand Prix. If it was on the tool that you're five laps then they go back to Haydock park to show the horse is walking around the flipping racing. I mean where was the valley? You could advertise papers on TV in those days in magazines, the where where is where is the value from over? Well. Because he was still underground sports relatively. Yes. And no. We could see..
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"Three team, and which was affecting the Bram formula two team. And so through being friendly. Tim got into touch into Ron tore neck. He's a very special guy. Still going strong. I read that somewhere the other day. I think was one of your magazine. Yeah. I mean, I've never. Seen a car being driven were on the road, quite so fast. I want. I was asked him how to get to any producer. And he said fuller me, I'm within about three minutes. Yeah. No. I had a similar experience going the SilverStone, you know, going up the back way and you end up in in front of stow. Yes. I was trying to follow him. I mean, he was just there's all junctions is flat through every one of them. With no gang. It'll be right. You've one tune record. And then Ron Dennis on you. I knew Ron tour. I didn't know run torn I was introduced by Toronto, Nick and. Run. I mean, I didn't know at the time that he was probably angling to sell them team at that point. But he was asking me about sponsorship and how it worked and so hopeful. So it was a little bit the blind leading the blind and. Yes. That was how that came about. But. And Ron tennis was had had. He was the official. Brabham formula two team that point. Graham Hill was one of the drivers. Has was Tim Jenkin? I think that's right in saying that will probably no, I'm not sure. That is. There were there were raises when when Graham thrust is in that race. I remember it was Graeme and Tim were drying. And then with Malta around later there would then teamed up with the lies of Williams and be ram. But I was like before you arrived at that. That was done before. I ride the same. Yeah. I joined more bro in September nineteen seventy three, and they they had Moberg already done deal with him and part of the thinking behind that was actually fairly interesting. Guy. Cool. Ronnie Thompson who was a international rugby player was president Phil Morris at the time, and therefore he's very sports oriented, and he he liked the way Frank thought and talked and so that was Frank's sponsorships taken care of. And then. The the R M situation was he even more interesting. Because one of wanna Ronnie's ideas was to have. Driver of a different nationality in each car. Each different race. So that's why we ended up with. Sometimes three cars a field sometimes with a Dutchman German, and Australian an Australian everything all in the same. On the same team. It was an interesting, I wouldn't just pooh-poohed out of hand. Because. Given that the entry. In in a grand prix in those days is quite low. I think it was about sixteen on have rich. So they weren't exactly struggling to fit you in the field. But it gave. And this is what Mowbray will really after it gave on international field. The whole thing. And just remember that knows days. No television. I mean, no television so other than that. Trying to find out the results from phoning up the phoning up the newspapers on a Sunday night. I used to do this phone up us pay was in Sunday night. Get put put through the sports as in you'd say. Can you tell me who won the former to raise it at Zolder? And they, but that was that was any communication so was winning Monica ideal base for them. Really? Because it's the biggest break it was. It was you're right. It was the only let me kid. Correct. I think it was only race at got on TV. Because ABC who in the rights holders at the time. Would only televise three events Monaco, Indianapolis, five hundred Allama. In hard. Dog you? If you're looking for international coverage is about. Way to go. No days. It's estimated that Mercedes Benz spends about three hundred fifty million dollars parameters Formula one program..
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"Hello. I'm looking for most bought magazine podcast. We are at CSM looks like different to how usual setting. Alright Aaron feats that most port and my left is management called upon an icon, the mobile man, often just hokey it's HOGAN, so we are CSM has said how come you still dipping in out forty one? Conchita way Cokie, but one I can't keep away in to keep getting us gum and talk to people about things. So that's what I do. I'm consultant physique as him in terms of chasing sponsorship. And that is well, but essentially using your dress book. To look up and annoy her whole, friends and things I do journeys this point has been very and taking very different avenues in different elements Formula one, but I started angry that was the first Formula one race. I went to. Yeah. It was Aintree two hundred remember some. Stirling moss driving. Jack Brabham was driving Biard M's with. Maserati was there to fifty F. I didn't who was driving that probably on Barra actually, not John Berra. He was driving the Ferrari. T fifty F. I saw the van wills that fifty seven fifty eight because I went back the next year to see the race as well. But it was a in in those days, they used to have which I'm sorry to say that don't anymore non-championship former one races, which were you weren't compelled to enter like you are in a proper phone one race, you you turned up as as sometimes as a private owner thing and. It was it was a fascinating time. On just go. I mean, you you you're born in Australia. How how did you pick up in? What was then called Lancashire now Merseyside in the in the late. Fifties. Got my father was in the army. We we traveled to Japan. We lived in Japan, Hong Kong Singapore. Then I went to school in the UK. And I got very friendly with with all my my best friend at school was a guy called Malcolm McDowell who was called Malcolm Taylor that was his real name. But Malcolm, Dow, the actor and his father had a pub hotel fairly near the fairly near injury. And so that's how I. That's how I sort of came came to it. It was it wasn't. It wasn't some sort of pre existing passionate was just. Oh, yes. No. I I I've been. Always interest motorsport. We said I lived in Singapore's a child and. That though I mean, it was pretty primitive in those days because we're in the army, and there was no entertainment, hall, magazines or newspapers anything like that. But there was one copy of of autocar in the house, and I used to read it cover to cover every day. And the time is probably thirty nine is house eleven. And I remember was. In. It was. Stirling moss won. French gone pre in two fifty F Messer Roddy. Which probably must've been fifty six something like that. So that's that's how ho came about living in Singapore. That time did you get any races on the old McDonald road roads? The the only motorized assorted Singapore. With was actually a hill climb. And the most exciting thing in the hill. Climb was a was a tuba Jap. J p engine and horrible thing and did make a lot of noise. But that was the only car of any note in the whole in in the event. When you came over to the UK time time day exactly the same time, the the invasion of problem and Clarendon bitcoin incidence or did kind of peak your interest that the I'm not that old. The the strain invasion came after that. Because I because I wasn't a dentist or. Jack and. Jack, Bruce, essentially came over the end of the fifties. Yep. Bing, beginning of the sixties 'cause. Jacket won the world championship in what fifty nine so. And then he heralded the, colonial invasion. And then which was quite extraordinary. I mean one year one year in Monaco must've been early sixty sometime there was. Sixteen colonial drivers on the grid. The star of the grand prix. And they used to they used to include South Africans and Rhodesians in in those. But it was quite amazing. So the Winston so you ended up..
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"Hi, this is Freddie Spencer come into after the two thousand eighteen motor GP raise the shell Malaysian Grand Prix from seeping international circuit. Now, you can count on a couple of things being the case when you go to Malaysia one it's is going to be hot. And it's going to be very humid every single day. The other is is changing whether conditions, and that means that there's going to be a lot of showers opportunities for that. And as we saw him Saturday, just when it rains it pours. And so puts a real premium on the opportunity to come when the conditions or dry. And so you have the riders won a lot of pressure on the writers because they know that every single app counts if it's dry in the beginning of session, you better get in and lap time when you can just in case, the rain does come the other is certainly on the engineers and the crew itself because if they are going to make changes they're going to improve the bike. They need to be on top of that. Because you may not have an a lot of opportunity in in future sessions, if the conditions aren't right. And so that puts certainly some pressure. The other is is the fact that the season is coming to an end in. So when you have riders and maybe hadn't won a race yet as the season is going on it's targeting a little bit desperate service. Start running out of time. Same things if you hadn't finished on podium, or if you need to get into good result to make sure that you get the best deal that you possibly can for the next season or a deal at all. And so it puts there's a lot of expectation there. Even though the championship is over with for the individual championship. There is the constructors championship, which of course, Honda wanted to get wrapped up if they could over the weekend. And so there's still a lot of things to be done and said now, let's talk first about the Yamal situation. The malls have certainly proved over the last few races started in Thailand that they there was a lot of of talk. And as we know, and we have talked about it. During these podcasts that the uncertainty certainly of what the all in one can do in hot conditions group was an issue in the power to the ground in those those difficult in hot conditions, consistency of that the fact that a lot of time to there was problems with using up to edge grew up. And and and Dr acceleration was an issue. So with the improved performance in the race in Thailand of both maverick Grenell..