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Fresh update on "nascar" discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

00:56 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "nascar" discussed on NASCAR America

"Have to believe that they're really good and you talked about that crew chief change there. He's got a great lineup of crew chiefs over there. I mean, it's cup quality. Yeah, that are there. And I think that's made a huge difference in that organization. I have an all star race question for both of you on the Cup Series side is the all star race still relevant enough to merit its own weekend Steve. So I'm a big believer in all star weekends, but I don't think it needs to be a race. The best part of every other all star weekends aren't the game. In baseball, it's a home run Derby and NBA, it's a three point contest, the dunk contest. I would love to see the drivers do something other than race standard stock cars. Skills competition, fans involved. I don't have the creativity to come up with it, but there's a lot of very smart people that can. And I do believe the all stars of NASCAR should be celebrated, the fans should be able to come out and celebrate them, but I personally don't need another what I call, you know, it's basically a standard racer to track we see. Yeah, I'm one that believes, I think there's room for the race. But with just the winners, nothing else. Nobody else can get in. You take the winners from the previous year and the previous winners of the all star race and you have it own a Friday night or Saturday afternoon before the Cup race that same weekend. Don't take up another weekend for all of this. If you're going to take up another weekend, I would say move it to short tracks around the country where do not have. That would be a little bit different. If we could put a track in a stadium, let's pick a stadium somewhere. Yeah, exactly. I'm sure that won't cost much money at all. Pick for the all star race DJ. I mean, what do you think? I'll start race. I mean, it's hard not to go with Kyle Larson. I think it kind of suits your style. Tyler Reddick from the open. Why not? From the open. I watch Casey Kane do it. Don't sleep on Tyler Redick. Indy 500 pole, what do you think? Yeah, you can't go wrong with Scott Dixon, can you? Now you can at any point. Two in a row. What do you think? The champ, Alex polo, heartbreaking year ago. Starting up front. I'm gonna go will power 'cause he wins falls all the time. We'll be an Indy tomorrow. We'll see you back here on motormouth. Next Monday, see you then..

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"nascar" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

02:32 min | 2 d ago

"nascar" Discussed on NASCAR America

"And I wouldn't be able to do any of this without him. And I'm glad that we worked together in the past this HR to know how strong this combination can be. So I'm just hopeful that we're just starting to scratch the surface. And we'll keep moving on up. So Kurt as DJ mentioned, right? You've won for four manufacturers 5 different race teams. You find your way to victory lane all the time, but it is the month of May. We are NBC and we're heading up there. I'm actually going up for Indy 500 qualifying this week. You were the last NASCAR star to go up there and give it a shot and I won't lie. I was cheering you on that day. It was an oppressive run inside the top ten. Give us a little insight and what our old buddy Jimmie Johnson's got a face as the 7 time chance starts as any 500. What kind of chance do you give him and what are gonna be his challenges up there at the brickyard open wheel style? Yeah, I'm so happy he's gonna run the 500. The pageantry, the show, the different feel of that racetrack in the month of May is completely different than the brickyard weekend in July or August when NASCAR goes there. So he'll know how to block all that out. He's a 7 time NASCAR champion. He has tons of IndyCar experience now. He's been on an oval and had his best finish in Texas recently. He's ready. He's ready to do it. He's confident and the team is going to guide him through what he needs to do at Indy. But he has years and years of experience at Andy, and that's what I use my foundation. All right, I'm going to go running IndyCar, but I know this track and I feel confident in what I'm doing. Johnson's going to be a step ahead of where I was. All right, I love it. This is a call in show, so I appreciate you joining us, but we got a fan on the phone, Chandler, you're on with Kurt Busch. Thanks, Steve. And Kurt, I hate to tell you this, but I'm a big fan of your brother, Kyle, but I'm also a fan of you, man. Congratulations at Kansas. So Kurt, you know, this year you have now, you know, this year has started off not the way you, Denny and public expected. You guys wrecked a lot in the past couple of weeks, but now you guys are finally winners this year. What are you guys hoping for the for the season later this year? Yeah, I feel top 5s early. I had four top tens. Things were going, but we were piecing those finishes together with straws. Now the Ross speed is starting to show up..

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Fresh update on "nascar" discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

00:56 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "nascar" discussed on NASCAR America

"Been on fire over the last month or so. When we welcome in the driver who has three straight top four finishes, Noah Gregson joins us here on NASCAR America motormouth so Noah, what's going right for J R M here in the last three or four weeks? Yeah, it's been pretty good, I'd say overall I was an organization. It's been a lot of fun to drive the race cars over at junior motor sports. This is my fourth year with him now. So I've kind of seen speed come and go, but this seems like it's the best we've ever been overall. It's not only with the 9 team at junior motor sports for the whole organization as a whole. All four cars just have a ton of speed in them and it makes it fun when you get to the racetrack and we can bounce ideas around with each other myself just in Allgaier. Josh berry, we really work together and bounce ideas off each other and you know it's just we're having a good time. We're fast right now. It's a good spot to be in. So hopefully we can keep this going. We still have a lot of work to do. It's a long season. We're only a third of the way through so far, but you know, right now, behind the wheel I can't complain and we're just having a ton of fun out there. No, you mentioned it, the strength across the board, both with equipment and behind the wheels, some great drivers that you included at junior motor sports. So for someone who kind of grew up that multi car organization, it's great when it's good. It's frustrating when it's bad, but perhaps the toughest part is battling your teammates on the racetrack. It's a great problem to have. So I wouldn't wish it away from you, but just go through that process. Is it an understanding that the drivers have with one another? Does Dale junior get involved? Does Kelly get involved? Like, how do you manage what's expected on those Saturdays when you guys are filling up the top 5? Really for me, I go out there, I try and run the best and be the best prepared when I get to the racetrack and just try and win every moment and execute the best as possible or that's kind of how we focus on our weekends. I don't know about the other guys, but for me, you know, we want to win racist, but we also want to run in the top 5 and get maximum points for really going after the regular season championship this year and we have a good shot at it. We've gotten off to a great start with Luke Lambert the rest of the bass pro shop team. They've been really on fire this whole year and I feel like we probably could have won every race had an opportunity, you know? So we have 8 top 5s out of the 11 races and a few mistakes there and the other races, but overall for me, it's when I get to the racetrack, have as much fun as possible and try and win the race. Okay, no. So you kind of led me to my question and that I've watched this year and I'm saying a different NOAA drive these race cars and go through these races. Where in the past you might get yourself in some worse spots, is that just the maturity, the better race cars and feeling good at where you're at or does driving in the cup races that you've been able to do that has that helped you see things a little bit differently too. I think that's a great question, Dale. It's something that over time you gain experience you gain maturity not only as a driver but as a person and with me growing up and maturing and getting years under my belt is really helped me. I've kind of come and gone and seen different things in my four years in the Xfinity series now and the way I paced my race is out from year one to year four now is completely different and things I used to worry about, you know, it's kind of non conscious efforts now and it can really let me think about other things during the race and strategy and whatnot. So with that being said, when I show up to the racetrack, I feel really well prepared and like I said, the things that I used to have to think about, you know, where the restart zone is, what gear I'm going to be restarting. Little things like that, pit road, little things like that have become second nature to me. And that's really helped me mature and think about the bigger picture when I get it to the racetrack. I used to always think, hey, I need to get this spot now. Now I can, you know, current day moment in the present. I'm more take my time and I think that maturity and experiences definitely help that. Let's grab one phone call real quick. James from New York has called in to chat with you. James, you're on Mandela Gregson. Go ahead. Hey, how you doing there, Ellen? What's going on? Doing good buddy. I wanted to ask every time you run in the Xtreme series for junior market sports. So what do you learn that helps supply with college racing and beard Mars sports in the Cup Series? Oh, that's a good question, James. The biggest thing is with is just like fuel strategy and knowing when you're, you know, when you're gonna pit, that's one thing that I've been kind of focusing on and I feel really comfortable almost like I can call this strategy of an Xfinity race. It's fairly simple actually to call the strategy of an Xfinity race, but just being on top of it and being on the same page is the crew chief and the cut cars that I'm running.

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Kurt Busch takes Jordan Brand to victory lane at Kansas

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 d ago

Kurt Busch takes Jordan Brand to victory lane at Kansas

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Fresh "Nascar" from NASCAR America

NASCAR America

00:42 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh "Nascar" from NASCAR America

"That was awesome. Kristen Anderson honored to have you join us. That's after winning the championship last year. Of course, talking about your dad and your brothers, all world champions, and what an incredible speech by you. Do you still get emotional when you watch that when you think about it? Yeah, I do. I was sitting here listening to it and I could kind of feel the butterflies roll in a little bit, just thinking about how huge and momentous that moment really was for me and for monster jam, just the whole history of monster jam and it felt so good in that moment and I still haven't gotten over it yet. Yeah, that would championship was this year and of course the world finals coming up this weekend, but Steve, what these guys and ladies do. It's incredible. I can't. I can't imagine doing a full flip like that. Well, it's incredible. And Chris, my question is, you know, we see in other sports. NBA are in playoffs right now, right? They kind of get amped up with the crowd. We've heard NASCAR drivers say that even though they're in a loud race car, they can tell when the crowds behind them and the kind of the races on the line. So in your sport, I guess that's my question. We're through COVID, the fans are back. You're now competing in filled arenas. Can you feel that electricity can the crowd kind of amp you up to take those crazy risks that Marty and I would never, ever consider ever? Yes, nothing compares to competing in front of a live audience, especially a completely packed house or a very rowdy audience either. I mean, we have two different kinds of series that we run here in monster jam. So we can run on a stadium series or an arena series, and I am typically running on the arena series, and I love the arena because it's the most up close and personal event that fans can actually come out and get so close to the action, actually feel the horsepower and hear the horsepower of the trucks. I mean, you could be anywhere between 60 and 50 feet front row seats of a monster truck doing a backflip or balance balancing 14,000 pounds on its nose or anything like that. And we can definitely hear the crowd, even though our engine's right behind us. If that crowd gets loud, it gets us amped up. We love it. Kristen Dale Jerry here. I have to say, congratulations first and foremost, your speech was awesome. I love things that come from the heart and that certainly was that. So my question is about, so driving a stock car, we go test or do things and make a change to the car, you know that you've got to go drive it to the limits that you were to see if that changed us better, but that gives you some butterfly. But my car was going to stay on the ground most of the time. So how do you know how hard to push it? I know going short would be probably a worse crash, but how do you get to that point? Oh, I mean, it's all about confidence and commitment for sure when you're driving monster trucks, and I think that we also might have to have a little bit of crazy in us too. I mean, to be able to drive, like the like I said, we're driving a vehicle that's nearly 14,000 pounds of 1500 horsepower. And usually a motor sports when you're flying through the air, that's not a good thing. Well, that's one of our favorite things to do. So definitely got to have a little bit of chest hair. So kind of give us a preview of the world finals this weekend, you're down in Orlando. We can see the stadium behind you. You guys getting ready, give us a preview of what fans can expect. Well, I encourage anybody that if they have never been to monster jam before and you're saving it up for a special event, this is the event. And even some of our fans that have came back for years and years, they all save up. They come out to some of our events over the year, but they love coming to the world finals. It is our biggest event. We have the lineup of the best competitors, the most unique racing track we've never done the kind of style of racing that we're going to be doing this weekend. And every year at the royal finals, we change the racing up every time. So it's always super exciting for the fans. And it's all out, man. We're all competing to be world champions and it's a dogfight from the very end. Anything goes. Kristen, I'm trying to get NASCAR Hall of Famer and Cup Series champion del Jarrett to drive a monster truck. I can't do it. Can you help me? Maybe convince him that it would be a fun endeavor to get behind the wheel of one. Hey, man, if I can do it, you can definitely do it for sure. Get you some different kind of horsepower. Yes, yes. And your mindset and doing that, I'm thinking about having to cancel my tee time tomorrow just watching you make me jump and how much faster right now. You're doing great. Congratulations. That's awesome. Congratulations on a fantastic season. The championship enjoy the world finals this weekend will all be watching, okay? Good luck. Thank you. All right, Kristen, she's gonna eventually get talk you into a DJ. If you start with a ride, because it's a ride. Monster jam world finals this weekend, two day event, you can live stream it at monster jam dot com. You don't want to miss that. She's braver than all three of us combined, I would say, and a part of a big weekend for us here on NBC sports. Look at that, all we have coming up, Steve. You and I in.

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"nascar" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

06:06 min | Last week

"nascar" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Have a concern that to your point, right? I have a lot of Moneyball. We're not getting a money ball at that point. Come on. You might get a restart or late something like that, but I believe, to your point, I've seen caution seem to dwindle opportunity seem to dwindle this race is starting to look more and more like NASCAR the past, but I don't know. I don't know. I'm a believer. Moneyball, baby. Let's see. Well, listen, there's a second car at petty GMS, and that is ty Dillon. We're going to get to him in a minute, but first we're going to go to the calls. You're on NASCAR, America, motorboats, Mike. Yeah, I was just wondering with all this talk of four road course races in the playoffs. You were starting a team today. Would you hire a driver, that was way better on the road courses just to guarantee you get into the playoffs. Thank you for taking my call. That's a great question, Mike. I'm going to say that Jeff Burton two years ago saw the schedule and he goes, man, Austin centric is the new man on the steam because AJ armen dinger, like the guys that always ran up front and he would be putting his weight behind. I was waiting for the new car. This is a crazy thing to say, but you know what I've learned is that some are better at road courses than others. But this field and the guys that are in the Cup Series, they're dang good everywhere. Like I don't think so to Mike's point, two separate points. Can we all agree that I don't think there's a non NASCAR road course ringer that could come in and outrun the current NASCAR drivers in their own vehicles? Okay. So if that's the case, I do believe that looking at available drivers and people that move around, road courses, Jeff, I would value more if I was a team president on who I was hiring. I would make sure that you love them. And if you're not great at them, you're willing to admit it and work on being better. Because I think they'll have the talent. It's more of a time and effort. I think that's the key. I think you can't when I started racing, you just did it. You know, you put some work into it, but you couldn't allocate a lot of resources to it, and you just had two races, and it was part of a point system in which it all got melded together. And you just did the best you could do. But you can't do that now. It's way too many in the series. And you can't, you don't have to be the best at it, but you can't be the worst at it either. You got to least be average. You can't be worse than average. And if you are, then you're a liability. Yeah, I don't even think, you know, I think even choosing a driver to say like, oh, they're predominantly good at road courses. Like, to me, that's actually knowing the breadth of talent out there that are able to drive across a numerous different tracks, I just don't think that's a choice that really is even available to you in a lot of respects because or even a smart choice in that sense. When you look at this schedule now in modern day NASCAR, you've got to raise some super speedways, mile and a half's mile ovals, dirt track, road courses. I mean, it's one of the most diverse schedules in all worldwide motor sports. So to be a champion or top level cup driver, you've got to be good at everything. You've got to find a way. There is no write offs now, right? There is no, you just go and do that. It's like, no, no, no. That's a chance. That's an opportunity, and there's so much of it that you've got to just be good at everything. And I think these days, drivers know that when you look at drivers are coming through trucks, through extending, working and manufacturer programs where they're in simulators doing every type of racing. They're driving other types of race cars. You look at William Byron go ahead and driving late models just to get wins. Everyone is learning that you just have to be driving and being good. You have to be good everywhere. You may not have a weakness. You're right, but there is still one name that's not full-time in cup that I think would instantly move the needle on a cup team. I'm there. Hey gentlemen, yeah. I think he's happy to call. I don't think he wants to be a cop. I think if he did, he'd be in college. But I'm just, you know, the magic 8 ball crystal ball, the new manufacturer of the new owner comes in and he has a pile of money and came to me and he said, hey, we're gonna have a four car team. I don't even know if there's an a geometry or a two car T four car team. I'd be like, you need to go find out however much money it takes for you. I think here's why, because he's gonna be in charge of our road course program. Everybody's gonna run what he runs. And if you gave him 7 shots, I feel really good about at least a win out of the 7. I mean, he's just or sex him and he's fine, I'll do it for half what he'll do it for. Two points. Dinger is the one guy that shows up on Saturday Sunday. Part time and he's at the end of all it's unbelievable. I hope, and this is against anybody else, but I hope he can be the full-time driver at colleague next year in that car. I know, because I think that everything that he's done in his career, I think he makes colleague better in the Xfinity series, and I think you're making better in the Cup Series. I just do. I think he's earned it. Yeah. I think he's earned. If he wants it, I think he absolutely. Yeah, I think he's earned it what he's done on the race track. What he's done off the racetrack. I know it's more complicated than that, but I hope if that's what he wants. Yeah, I think you said. But I think it colleague, they're kind of hey, man, like it's grand. I think that is different than some other, some other owners, he couldn't be as comfortable. He couldn't be as happy, but I think in college he could have a good time at the Cup Series. They all have a good time. It's a completely different vibe over there than it is everywhere else. I think it would make a lot of sense for everybody. No, it's quite the identity. Not as agent, by the way. So the answer, Mike's question, I guess the answer is yes, you would pick a driver who's good at road courses. I do. If his name was AJ, almond dinger. All right. Listen, a lot to break down on the playoffs. It's pretty chaotic around the cut line. If you want to see some chaos though, I hope you turned into The Kentucky Derby because Rutledge and our buddy Dale junior, the interviewed some superstars and it went crazy. Dale, I know we've checked everything on our bucket list, but I didn't know there was extras. This is.

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Fresh update on "nascar" discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

00:53 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "nascar" discussed on NASCAR America

"Biggest thing is there's a lot of speed, everyone in the field is supremely talented, obviously. And so, you know, race and with that group is, it's pretty fun. It's pretty challenging. There's moments where you have an eye opening experience where you realize that guy is really good, or that guy did something that's really impressive right there. And you try and build yourself up to that level. And that's what I'm doing now. And it's pretty cool to learn from that. You know, I feel like I've accelerated my ability as a driver so much in the past few weeks that it's pretty wild. Just being around great drivers like that will kind of elevate your game and I think that will show over time. Let's grab a phone call, Chandler in Indiana wants to chat with the Chandler, go ahead, your own with Harrison Burton. And their Harrison, hey man, I honestly love what you've done in the extending series. And this weekend is the all serious in Texas and you know it personally because you made that last lap pass on Noah Gregson. And I honestly was amazed. So I forgot. I just want to say congratulations on that. I know that was a while back. But I wanted to do it right now. And Harrison, I understand there's not going the way you expected but I always have a lot of hope for you. So what are you expecting how to Texas knowing that it was a place that you won and they extended a series? Well, you know, for me, it's a great opportunity because we can learn so much as a race team. And thank you for bringing up the win. That was a really cool way and obviously. You know, when you go with an all star type race, man, it's a cool opportunity. You get to try things, you get to be really aggressive as a team because there's really no points on the line. It was really one prize, and that's the win. And for us, we got to get into the open. So, and it's going to be a big challenge. There's a lot of good cars in the open, but, you know, for us, it's just all about being really aggressive. So I'd expect us to be fast, and I hope we'll be fast. I have a lot of confidence in our group that we're going to bring a fast piece this weekend and having this week. I feel like we've made a lot of gains as a group. And now we have kind of not a low pressure, but a lower pressure scenario to go try and play that out. And go try and get in this race and see where we go from there. So I expect to try and build off those Darlington in particular, I think we learned some things about our race car that we can make better. And build off that and see what we have in texts. So Harrison, there's a lot of thought and talk that the 14th are just going to go to Texas and kind of use it as a test session across the board. Is that a fair way to describe how the Ford camp is approaching the all star race this weekend? You know, I can't really speak for the rest of the Fords. I can speak for our group. In that we obviously are going there with the intent to run well. It's not just, hey, let's go practice. Hey, we're here to race. And we're here to try and do as good as we can. And it's all star race. It's a huge honor to be in any Cup race. And I think if you show up and don't bring that intensity to that race, you're going to get spit out pretty quick. So for us, we have a few things that maybe we wouldn't feel super willing to try in a race scenario, as far as a normal points paying race, but we might try this weekend. But really, we're going to unload our best stuff and see what we have. So for us, it's any races opportunity to build momentum at this point. And I think that we could do it this weekend. All right, well, best of luck in the all star race, we'll look forward to seeing you soon, okay? Yeah, absolutely. Thanks for having me on and I didn't know you started the kiss the bricks thing, DJ. That's pretty cool. That's a good little deal. Yeah, thank you. Yep, it was a crazy notion, but that's what my crew chief not Todd barrot, decided we'd do something a little different. So it's been really fun to watch everybody else follow suit. So that's the cool thing. Thanks. Yeah. Pretty cool tradition. Good luck, buddy. Good luck. Maybe you'll get to do it someday Harrison. You never know, right? Yeah. We're gonna go for it. All right, here are some Burton joining us here. Kristen Anderson, we'll talk a little monster trucks coming up next. I mentioned I have questions, Steve. You know, one of them is, can we get DJ to drive a monster truck? I think we should make that happen. Coming up next. The UK. Got Jordan cold Stevens still in the call to Minneapolis last round was insane. There were trucks rolling left and right. Oh my goodness. Cody spent the same thing to happen today. Absolutely. We were growing it down yesterday here in mini, so I'm excited for this show here. David. Look at this. Oh my God. All that news from around the league from the home of the Vikings on the next monster jam. I would have never thought if you had asked me 5 years ago when I got the news that I was going to be the first female to ever drive grave digger that I would ever be able to make history twice in my entire life. This is such a huge moment for me. You guys believed in me, all of you did, even the ones watching right now, you guys believed in me when I didn't believe in myself. And to all the believers and the non believers out there, I want to thank you both because anybody who'd never believed in me, it was you that pushed me to be this good and prove you guys wrong. So this one goes to you and the best part about all this is this just got to prove to myself right here right now in front of everybody in front of the world that I don't have to be thin as Anderson. I don't have to be Adam Anderson. I don't have to be Ryan Anderson. I can be Christmas Anderson. And that's good enough..

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Logano bumps Byron on next-to-last lap for Darlington win

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00:36 sec | Last week

Logano bumps Byron on next-to-last lap for Darlington win

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Tough Being A Fan (MM #4062)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Tough Being A Fan (MM #4062)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Being a fan is a funny thing, because it's tough being a fan, depending on how big of a fan you are, does that make sense? The more you are a fan, the more emotional you get with things. Wednesday was a weird day for me. It was the day of the announcement for The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for 2022. And the NASCAR Hall of Fame for 2023. And of course, I'm a big fan of both rock and roll and NASCAR. And while, well, you don't look at the people who got in and say, well, I don't want them or they shouldn't get in or maybe you do. You're more upset about the people you wanted to get in that didn't. The Rock hall, I pretty much given up on that as of many people, because it's really just a popularity contest. The band I wanted in most, the band I believe to be in most. Of course, I'm a big fan of. That's Devo, the hometown boys from just outside of Cleveland. And guess what? They didn't get in. I don't even think they got close. Now I got no qualms with pat benatar with even Eminem for that matter. Same thing with NASCAR. Don't mind who got in. Don't mind Matt Kenseth. Don't mind Kirk shelmerdine, but wish Harry Hyde had gotten in. I know it's a silly thing, but it's those things that prove we're a fan.

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Tough Being A Fan (MM #4062)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Tough Being A Fan (MM #4062)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Being a fan is a funny thing, because it's tough being a fan, depending on how big of a fan you are, does that make sense? The more you are a fan, the more emotional you get with things. Wednesday was a weird day for me. It was the day of the announcement for The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for 2022. And the NASCAR Hall of Fame for 2023. And of course, I'm a big fan of both rock and roll and NASCAR. And while, well, you don't look at the people who got in and say, well, I don't want them or they shouldn't get in or maybe you do. You're more upset about the people you wanted to get in that didn't. The Rock hall, I pretty much given up on that as of many people, because it's really just a popularity contest. The band I wanted in most, the band I believe to be in most. Of course, I'm a big fan of. That's Devo, the hometown boys from just outside of Cleveland. And guess what? They didn't get in. I don't even think they got close. Now I got no qualms with pat benatar with even Eminem for that matter. Same thing with NASCAR. Don't mind who got in. Don't mind Matt Kenseth. Don't mind Kirk shelmerdine, but wish Harry Hyde had gotten in. I know it's a silly thing, but it's those things that prove we're a fan.

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Tough Being A Fan (MM #4062)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Tough Being A Fan (MM #4062)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Being a fan is a funny thing, because it's tough being a fan, depending on how big of a fan you are, does that make sense? The more you are a fan, the more emotional you get with things. Wednesday was a weird day for me. It was the day of the announcement for The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for 2022. And the NASCAR Hall of Fame for 2023. And of course, I'm a big fan of both rock and roll and NASCAR. And while, well, you don't look at the people who got in and say, well, I don't want them or they shouldn't get in or maybe you do. You're more upset about the people you wanted to get in that didn't. The Rock hall, I pretty much given up on that as of many people, because it's really just a popularity contest. The band I wanted in most, the band I believe to be in most. Of course, I'm a big fan of. That's Devo, the hometown boys from just outside of Cleveland. And guess what? They didn't get in. I don't even think they got close. Now I got no qualms with pat benatar with even Eminem for that matter. Same thing with NASCAR. Don't mind who got in. Don't mind Matt Kenseth. Don't mind Kirk shelmerdine, but wish Harry Hyde had gotten in. I know it's a silly thing, but it's those things that prove we're a fan.

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"nascar" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

04:07 min | 2 weeks ago

"nascar" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Did a lot of things together and had a ton of fun doing it. You know, Jason ratcliffe was a huge influence in my life. And I worked with him for 5 years at Joe Gibbs Racing and had some success there with him as well. So, but like you said, you can't really, you know, from the first guy that owned your first late model, or the first guy that volunteers time to help you on your late model to the last guy that helped you know, in a way, are all equals because without any of those, you know, your career might look a lot different. Let's grab a couple of phone calls here at 8 four four NASCAR NBC of folks who want to talk to you, Matt. We'll start with NASCAR. NASCAR are you on with Matt Kenseth? Go ahead, bud. Congratulations, Matt, while deserved. You won the first Cup race ever went to Michigan. My question is, if you had a driver from the past that you would have loved to race against, who would it have been? Good question. You know, I think it would be more like what era would you want to race in? I don't know that there was necessarily just a driver that you'd want to just take on that maybe you didn't get to race against. I don't know. That's a tricky question, but I think there's different eras I think it'd be neat to race in different areas of different cars, different racetracks when you look back and you see some of the older race cars, I think it'd be cool to go back and race against those drivers, but go back in time and race those cars against those drivers I think would be would be fun. I think, you know, I probably watched a lot in the 80s. I mean, if I could go back and obviously I was an old enough to drive them, but if you could go back in time and probably race through the mid to late 80s, I always thought that's when I was a kid and really watching the races and really got into it and got into the storylines and they're still unbiased by tires and you can see smoke coming off the tires and it just they're really fun to watch. I thought they were kind of big square boxy cars and bumpers on them still. So if I go back and race anything, it would be against I guess that group in that era. So Matt, I want to ask you, do you see yourself slowing down any time soon? Now that you're a Hall of Famer. I mean, you just ran the Boston Marathon. I hear rumors you might run London in October. And you're running more races this summer. I mean, your schedules as busy now has ever been. Yeah, I don't know. I got to have something to do so. The marathon stuff, I don't know, most people can't figure it out. Sometimes I don't either, but it just kind of it gets me some structure, it gets me something to train for every day. I'm really busy with the kids, a good, busy, you know, driving them around and going to their sports and spending tons of time with them, being part of their daily life, which I'm really thankful that I can do that. Besides that when they're in school, I got other things I like doing and other hobbies and stuff, but really I just need some structure and something competitive to do and to try to push myself to be better and beat my last time or move up in my age group or whatever it might be. So, you know, that kind of keeps me going. So I'm not sure what's next. I'm not a late model race and a couple SRX races just for some fun and see how it goes. Hershel McGregor and his last race at 90. He got a lot of time to go, Matt. Yeah, I'd be pretty happy if I see 90. All right, but hey, from the three of us and everyone here, congratulations. Awesome to see you. We'll see early next year for the induction, okay? All right, sounds great. I sure appreciate you guys. All right, Hall of Famer. Matt Kenseth, maybe the first time he's heard that introduction. And speaking of Hall of Famers, our Hall of Famer, Dale Jarrett will be joining us next. We'll talk about this class and what's up and DJ's like, there's DJ, what's up, man? Talk to you in a minute. Welcome back to motor mouse here is the 2023 class for the NASCAR Hall of Fame, Matt Kenseth, first ballot gets in the Hall of Fame. Kirk Shelton in four time Cup Series championship crew chief joins his driver Dale Earnhardt senior in the NASCAR Hall of Fame. Herschel mcgriff and the pioneer ballot in Mike Hilton with a landmark award. Appropriate that Herschel is.

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"nascar" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

02:50 min | 2 weeks ago

"nascar" Discussed on NASCAR America

"In the sport. Kirk show me, winning out the chip four championships, a ton of races. Matt Kenseth, you look at what he's done. I mean, two Daytona 500 southern 500 Coke 600, all star wind, cup chairmanship. I mean, it goes on and on and on. They're all really well deserving. And it's good to see. I am ecstatic from Mike Hilton. I'm a huge Mike Elton fan. Mike kelton is a leader in this sport and I am so happy that he was recognized today because he has made an unbelievable amount of contributions to this. Has been a leader for decades and still it really is Nate. So kind of give us a feel for in the room, how the discussions went, how the vote went compared to past years, maybe. So Pasteur's Marty, I would say it's been a little bit more contentious. Sometimes some arguments break out. This year, we started at 1 p.m., we were done by two 45. Wow. And I think they had another hour built into the schedule for potential discussion. I think people arrived knowing who they wanted to vote for to Jeff's point. I think kenzie was very much a clear cut first ballot Hall of Famer. He's the only cup champion on the ballot, both modern era and pioneer one of the most consistent drivers in history and also the Triple Crown winner with cocoa 600 southern 500 and the two day ten O 500 wins. So that was clear cut. And I think hershel mcgriff he finished in the top three vote gutters last year of guys who didn't get inducted. So I think even though you can look at his record and say, you know, there's not a lot there in terms of cup success and like four cup victories, hirsch mcgriff had a lot of support coming in and you know, he's the guy who raced the 1950s southern 500 was going to say the very first the very first race at Darlington Raceway. Where NASCAR will be this weekend. Hershel mcgriff drove drove his oldsmobile from Oregon where he lives to Darlington race that car at Darlington and then drove home. So a great story and a long career. Hershel is a great example of, you know, this is a NASCAR Hall of Fame. It's not a Cup Series Hall of Fame. And Herschel McGrath is a great example of someone that contributed to the sport, had tons of success, not just at the cup level. I mean, tons of tons of wins and now is an orca series. And I mean, he was the leader of that. And so he had a major impact on this sport. And it's important for people at home that don't really know. This is not just a Cup Series Hall of Fame. It is a Hall of Fame that goes throughout all the NASCAR and it's great that drivers like hirschberg can be recognized. Herschel still with us at 94 and the oldest person to ever enter a NASCAR race at 90 years old. So he's got a lot of stats out of also ran the 24 hour Le Mans twice as well. Kirk scholar dean, 46 wins with Dale Earnhardt senior as a crew chief. That's a lot of wins. Four championships and they did it in an era where they really they were able to put them back to back twice to be able to do that. And I think had he stayed on, crew chiefing, they definitely.

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Chase Elliott wins at Dover to snap 26-race winless streak

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Chase Elliott wins at Dover to snap 26-race winless streak

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Ross Chastain steals victory at Talladega Superspeedway

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Ross Chastain steals victory at Talladega Superspeedway

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"nascar" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

02:55 min | Last month

"nascar" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Far as the coliseum that was a parking lot. And it was a great show and a great event, but it was not what we consider or what the Cup Series considers short track racing. I think this is the first one we've seen. We're going to know a lot better. I believe, once we leave Martinsville, Bristol is not going to give us that show because it caused a dirt, but I think we'll know a lot more after you leave Martinsville. We just talked for a while on the podcast DJ, which I encourage people to check out later. This evening. And you said Martinsville could be as physical and as rough as it's ever been with the next gen. I think it really can. I think because of the way these cars are going to drive and how tough these bodies are. Before you had to kind of protect a little bit, I'm not knocking the fenders off of it, and although we've seen fender less cars win, races up there. But I think that it's just going to be more aggressive. Plus the brakes. I mean, they're going to be further into the corner down the straightaway before they start breaking now, carrying that speed in there. I think this gets very physical Saturday night for sure. Yeah, listen, I agree. We already hear from these drivers, how physical it is to drive these cars. Martinsville was already physical. If you go back in time through the 60, 70s, 80s and 90s, there's plenty of photos of drivers laying on the asphalt right beside their car when the day is over with taking oxygen and getting water to pour it on them. These cars are a little bit warmer. We've already heard that. We know these guys are a lot more aggressive. When you've got a jam that break and we start talking driving ten or 15 feet, just farther into the corner and putting that pressure on those bigger brakes. Listen, you're going to wear that leg out. That leg is going to be worn out when the day is over. And as DJ said on the NASCAR NBC podcast, they'll be available later. No more wheel hop. So it essentially just changes how aggressive you can be. Yeah, just driving to see God. That's it, man. That's what you do. They're just going to drive into the corner. We're going to see these guys drive and listen, there used to be a guy and my man Dale Jarrett raced against him. We all raced against him. Sam art. And he run those B and R motors up there, Martinsville. He had drive that thing and park it in the middle of the corner and beat you 6 car lengths down the street and that's kind of the way this race could be. Park in the middle of the corner and take off because you're going to be able to modulate that break and control that pack behind you because you've got so much break. You don't have to worry about being off of it. Okay, we got about a minute left. Any predictions for Saturday night? I think that we're going to see somebody over 31 again. Oh, yeah. That's a good one. I predict the train goes by the racetrack at least one time here and of course to the right. Of course. That's my only prediction for you. I like that prediction by any of the Hall of Fame producers we've had. All right, this week in motor sports coming up, we've got Ryan Blaney on motormouth, Wednesday, 6 p.m. eastern on peacock. So definitely tune back in for that. And on the Dale junior download, you don't want to miss this. Robert Wiccans, Thursday, 6 p.m. eastern on peacock. That's all we've got for NASCAR America motor mounts tonight though, thanks for joining us. We'll see you next time..

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"nascar" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

02:08 min | Last month

"nascar" Discussed on NASCAR America

"He's on the ballot for the second consecutive year. Yes. And listen, we can take, you know, you take Burton, you take kenza. You take a lot of these guys that are, they're just a mainstay. They're steady. They've done it. They've done so much on the racetrack. The thing about what Jeff's done off the racetrack to think about how he has been a leader in that garage area. For the Cup Series and now with the new driver's council, think about what he's doing here. Think about coming into your living room every Sunday on NBC sports and explaining it to you. I think for me, Jeff falls in that mini Parsons category, where he's just been the every man to everybody. Just that kind of gossip for sure. Yeah. No doubt. Don't come at me with that he didn't win that cooked championship. He's made a huge, huge difference. He is Hall of Fame driver in a Hall of Fame person. Yeah. Well, I'll just ask you, DJ. I mean, you're in the Hall of Fame. You're a NASCAR analyst, but you won the championship. I mean, Kyle just said it, Jeff Burton is now entered this second phase of his career. How much do you think that helps in terms of your candidacy in his candidate? It's not just about your driving career. We have people in there that never drove a lap. What difference did you make in the sport? And Jeff Burton has made a huge difference in a lot of ways in this sport and continues to this day to do that. Yes. He is certainly a candidate and a person that driver, but more as a person than anything else, because his driving credentials are there. That's great. But he's done so much more than that that you have to be considered. Yeah, and you look at everybody that's in the Hall of Fame, from the very first year, from Dale's group, all the way through. Those drivers not only performed, or those people, not only performed on the race track around the race track through the racetrack, but they moved the sport forward. They moved the sport to a different place. And we can go back through the whole thing, but Jeff Burton ticks that box every single time to move in the sport forward. All right, one of ten drivers on the modern era ballot Jeff Burton, two of them will be chosen for the 2023 NASCAR Hall of Fame. When we come back to NASCAR America motor mounts, more of your phone calls and the NASCAR.

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | Last month

Update on the latest sports

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Ross Chastain bangs Trackhouse Racing into 1st victory lane

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Ross Chastain bangs Trackhouse Racing into 1st victory lane

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Speaking Of Logos (MM #4021)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Speaking Of Logos (MM #4021)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason yes, I was talking about the new logo for Vanderbilt university, but they got me thinking about other logo questions I've had recently. Watching a lot of the NCAA tournament this year don't know why particularly. And I've noticed every uniform has multiple logos on them now. The NASCAR you got logos all over the uniform. Everybody's used to that. In the NBA, we now have one corporate sponsor, the Cleveland Cavaliers have been good year because they're nearby. A lot of teams have different sponsors. I think FedEx is on the Memphis Grizzlies uniforms. But this year in the NCAA, you've got the NCAA logo. You've got the logo of the manufacturing company, whether it's Nike or Adidas or whoever is making the uniform. And then you've got the American flag or some kind of logo on there. And one of the schools, I think, has their 75th anniversary logo. And then you've got the team conference logo. So you've got four logos right about the stirrup area and all these uniforms. And I got to wonder why. And what's next? Advertising logos on these uniforms? I understand wanting to brand a school, but I don't understand why the NCAA needs their logo on the uniform. I'm not making a lot of sense to me. The American flag logo, wonderful idea, but do we really need that?

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Speaking Of Logos (MM #4021)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Speaking Of Logos (MM #4021)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason yes, I was talking about the new logo for Vanderbilt university, but they got me thinking about other logo questions I've had recently. Watching a lot of the NCAA tournament this year don't know why particularly. And I've noticed every uniform has multiple logos on them now. The NASCAR you got logos all over the uniform. Everybody's used to that. In the NBA, we now have one corporate sponsor, the Cleveland Cavaliers have been good year because they're nearby. A lot of teams have different sponsors. I think FedEx is on the Memphis Grizzlies uniforms. But this year in the NCAA, you've got the NCAA logo. You've got the logo of the manufacturing company, whether it's Nike or Adidas or whoever is making the uniform. And then you've got the American flag or some kind of logo on there. And one of the schools, I think, has their 75th anniversary logo. And then you've got the team conference logo. So you've got four logos right about the stirrup area and all these uniforms. And I got to wonder why. And what's next? Advertising logos on these uniforms? I understand wanting to brand a school, but I don't understand why the NCAA needs their logo on the uniform. I'm not making a lot of sense to me. The American flag logo, wonderful idea, but do we really need that?

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Speaking Of Logos (MM #4021)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Speaking Of Logos (MM #4021)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason yes, I was talking about the new logo for Vanderbilt university, but they got me thinking about other logo questions I've had recently. Watching a lot of the NCAA tournament this year don't know why particularly. And I've noticed every uniform has multiple logos on them now. The NASCAR you got logos all over the uniform. Everybody's used to that. In the NBA, we now have one corporate sponsor, the Cleveland Cavaliers have been good year because they're nearby. A lot of teams have different sponsors. I think FedEx is on the Memphis Grizzlies uniforms. But this year in the NCAA, you've got the NCAA logo. You've got the logo of the manufacturing company, whether it's Nike or Adidas or whoever is making the uniform. And then you've got the American flag or some kind of logo on there. And one of the schools, I think, has their 75th anniversary logo. And then you've got the team conference logo. So you've got four logos right about the stirrup area and all these uniforms. And I got to wonder why. And what's next? Advertising logos on these uniforms? I understand wanting to brand a school, but I don't understand why the NCAA needs their logo on the uniform. I'm not making a lot of sense to me. The American flag logo, wonderful idea, but do we really need that?

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William Byron wins wild NASCAR race at remodeled Atlanta

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

William Byron wins wild NASCAR race at remodeled Atlanta

"The newly redesigned high banks of Atlanta motor speedway through NASCAR drivers a curve ball is the race turned into a fight for survival to trying to capture the checkered flag the winner William Baron who is out front as multiple car spun across the start finish line behind him it's just a crazy exhilarating feeling when you win a you know kind of a superspeedway style race because you're constantly working and you know it's never really guarantee there were twenty six race cars involved in at least one crash over the five hundred mile race but there was also a record number of leaders at twenty and more green flag passes in the field in the previous six Atlanta races combined following burned to the line was rostra stain who picked up his second straight runner up finish Kurt Busch was third jury Jordan Hampton Georgia

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Bowman edges Larson in OT to win NASCAR race at Las Vegas

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Bowman edges Larson in OT to win NASCAR race at Las Vegas

"The last two over time lapse a side by side do between Hendrick teammates Alex Bowman and Kyle Larson won by Bowman by about two car lengths I was either going to sticker it wasn't so glad that its stock in I think he must got loose outside of me and kind of watch at the race track and we're able to get it there so definitely nerve wracking but that's what we get paid to do those two got to the front for overtime by gambling on two tire stops what a caution came out with two laps to go that caution ended what had been I've nearly twenty lap battle between Gibbs teammates Kyle Busch and Martin Truex junior for Bowman it's his first win at Las Vegas and seventh career win Brett McMillan Las Vegas

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Larson holds off Dillon, Suarez for NASCAR win at Fontana

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Larson holds off Dillon, Suarez for NASCAR win at Fontana

"Defending NASCAR Cup series champion collars and was back to his winning ways at auto club speedway in California as he powered to the front of the field late in the race and held off numerous challenges for the lead one that even resulted in him causing his teammate chase Elliott hit the outside wall and fall back into the field I had around so I went to peel off and as soon as I peeled off my spotter John outside outside outside and I had no clue he was even coming Larson led a total of four times on the day for twenty eight laps in his win locks him into NASCAR playoffs to defend his title following Larson to the checkered flag in second was Austin Dillon who overcame an early pit road speeding penalty to pick up his best finish since two thousand and twenty rounding out the top three was Erik Jones I'm Jerry Jordan

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Gambling (MM #3959)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Gambling (MM #3959)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, now that most of us are staying closer to home, I watch more sports than what I used to. I've always watched sports, but I'm not an avid football fan, but this year I probably watch more football than I have in decades. And I watch more baseball and I watch a little bit more basketball and just more sports in general because we're spending a little bit more time at home. And of course, we live in a state where they can do sports betting, so I literally watch a lot of sports betting commercials. Before the game, during the game, and after the game. But what I really wonder is how we can keep almost a gambling out of the sports. I noticed more of the announcers talking about the gambling talking about the sports betting, talking about the odds. I've seen it more over the years in NASCAR as it became more popular, it became more prevalent. And I wonder what happened to our society, because I remember years ago when I was living in Virginia and there was a big brouhaha about bringing the state lottery in. Lotteries don't seem to be as big a deal anymore. I'm missing the point here somewhere, but gambling doesn't seem to be as big issue in the Bible belt as it used to be. Is it just me or as the world really changed?

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Gambling (MM #3959)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Gambling (MM #3959)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, now that most of us are staying closer to home, I watch more sports than what I used to. I've always watched sports, but I'm not an avid football fan, but this year I probably watch more football than I have in decades. And I watch more baseball and I watch a little bit more basketball and just more sports in general because we're spending a little bit more time at home. And of course, we live in a state where they can do sports betting, so I literally watch a lot of sports betting commercials. Before the game, during the game, and after the game. But what I really wonder is how we can keep almost a gambling out of the sports. I noticed more of the announcers talking about the gambling talking about the sports betting, talking about the odds. I've seen it more over the years in NASCAR as it became more popular, it became more prevalent. And I wonder what happened to our society, because I remember years ago when I was living in Virginia and there was a big brouhaha about bringing the state lottery in. Lotteries don't seem to be as big a deal anymore. I'm missing the point here somewhere, but gambling doesn't seem to be as big issue in the Bible belt as it used to be. Is it just me or as the world really changed?

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Gambling (MM #3959)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Gambling (MM #3959)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, now that most of us are staying closer to home, I watch more sports than what I used to. I've always watched sports, but I'm not an avid football fan, but this year I probably watch more football than I have in decades. And I watch more baseball and I watch a little bit more basketball and just more sports in general because we're spending a little bit more time at home. And of course, we live in a state where they can do sports betting, so I literally watch a lot of sports betting commercials. Before the game, during the game, and after the game. But what I really wonder is how we can keep almost a gambling out of the sports. I noticed more of the announcers talking about the gambling talking about the sports betting, talking about the odds. I've seen it more over the years in NASCAR as it became more popular, it became more prevalent. And I wonder what happened to our society, because I remember years ago when I was living in Virginia and there was a big brouhaha about bringing the state lottery in. Lotteries don't seem to be as big a deal anymore. I'm missing the point here somewhere, but gambling doesn't seem to be as big issue in the Bible belt as it used to be. Is it just me or as the world really changed?

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"nascar" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

02:15 min | 6 months ago

"nascar" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Multiple ways to psych yourself up or psyche the other people up and things don't work out. I think eventually it begins to play on your head. But be totally honest with everybody out there. Denny is a Hall of Fame, NASCAR driver. Championship or no championship. It's become such a personal quest for him now. It has nothing to do with anything else. It's a personal quest for Denny. DJ your thoughts on Denny Hamlin. Yeah, I mean, he's very he's so solid. He gets himself in that position every year and to be quite honest. I mean, when you get to the final four, you have to have basically a perfect race. And they didn't have their car or didn't have it to Denny's liking at the beginning. And so they they took time to get it to that. It looked like at one point, if we would have finished with the long run before that late caution came out that Danny might have had a shot at Martin Truex Junior. I don't know that he could have done it if he would have even got to it. But he had that opportunity. Can he, I think that he can still compete for championships. I know he's been doing this a long time. But I've really believed that a championship will come his way. And for someone that has won a championship and knowing how much that meant to me, not only who my career, but for four my mindset and for those around me and I know his mom and dad were huge and everything that happened with Danny as far as putting money out there for him to go race and finally get noticed. I think it would be a wonderful thing for that family to enjoy. So I really hope that he's able to enjoy that at some point in time. And I think there's still plenty of time for Denny Hamlin to make another run in a championship, no doubt about it. DJ stick with you and ask you about Martin Truex Junior, is he though running out of time and running out of shots to be able to win a championship? You know, I heard that a sad a lot. I think he's 41 years old. I believe it's correct. Well, I'm glad that nobody said that whenever I was 43 before I won my championship. Things were all over. I don't know why you're out here trying to win a championship. But you know, I don't believe that. I think the biggest factor that I look at is not his ability, his talents and the want to want to continue.

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"nascar" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

01:57 min | 11 months ago

"nascar" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Who you like. This was open. Connor was going to give me a tip man. I throw me a bone here. Throw me something. You don't want golly man. I you just hate to go against those those henrik card. I'm gonna go with william byron. I think my man william byron is going to bust him all this weekend. Maybe not known as road racer. Yeah but this is a little bit different place. I think he could up front. He's gonna go. He's been fast enough. That i don't think he's a bad pick so nate. I'm gonna put you on the spot kind of race or you're going to see and who's your pick making my fantasy lineup. A little help let me have it. Okay well you know me. I'm the most conservative with three of us. So i'm just going to go straight shock and she chase elliott of course because not only is he the best precursory nascar right now. He's got a lot. I think to prove right. Now with with kyle larson really kicking by the hendrick. I think chase probably wants the spotlight back on as far as what kind of race i mean. Road courses are the new short tracks right and four mile road course with elevation changes and fast straightaways. I mean this to me should be a recipe for a classic at people talk for years. About how this historic road course. Really deserves nascar's premier series. The expanding series has been a big hit at road america. And i'm really looking forward to my first trip to elkhart lake this weekend. Because i'm expecting something memorable all that education and he takes elliott bay being strength. I mean he went out really outlet. It's a full day raising on nbc. We had indycars mid ohio at noon. And then we have cup. Cars wrote america at two. Pm it's going to be a whole excitement. i'm not going to chase elliott. I'm actually going for i think. A first time right we hang christopher belga who won at daytona up. I'm thinking there's going to be a surprise winner. I think it's time to add to the winless. Donahue it's going to be. There's some guys out there and i look right here. You got handling a harvard for gone winless. Dylan you got radic. But why can't someone off this list. Why can't someone.

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"nascar" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

01:55 min | 11 months ago

"nascar" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Yet again. So who knows. I know there's a lot of really cool news today. I definitely want to say justin marks. That's awesome. I think justin marks honestly is potentially on his way to you know being one of those names in motor sport that we're very familiar with you've got hendrix the world gibbs row. You've got penske ganassi andretti. All those names. I honestly truly believed the justin marks is going to be one of those guys in the next twenty years. I think what he's done already in the sport as a team. Owner is fantastic. Dana suarez and his brain is very big. I can see a lot of good business being done. Incredible deals that. He's working on being involved with the natural race. I think that's that's awesome and our sports kind of mingling. Together indycar nascar. I think all that stuff is good for motoracing in general In in north. America when you heard saying on oh go ahead staying on the news of the day connor. I just wanna get your reaction to gase. Obviously huge indycar presence. What you make of that. If that would have any impact on the indycar side and also we learned today. That rina's vk your at corporate racing. We'll be back this week in a bid ohio to work with a couple of temporary drivers the last couple of races. Are you looking forward to having arenas back as well. Yeah in charlotte. And he's feeling good. I think that kids basically robot. Now he's invisible so it's it's pretty impressive but but yeah on the nasty side. I mean chips. Smart guy he. He's one in everything. He likes winners as he says. And i think he's he's still an an currently running probably one of the strongest indycar programs on the grid. Right now So you know who knows what he wants to do next. I mean i'm sure he's not necessarily pulling out of motorsport. You know what i mean. He's gonna. he's going to have some of his sleeve. That's really really cool..

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"nascar" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

03:57 min | 11 months ago

"nascar" Discussed on NASCAR America

"That sounds silly but i almost think that's a better business model for for major sports organization look at companies in this country. They're growing about doing right by the country and it ends up being monetize. It looks to me that track house pit bull. They're trying to have a mantra other than let's go in and i'm going to jump in right there in say for four pit bull for i spent last week. Spent a couple of days with that is a win for him. Yeah that is a win improving the community. Changing people's lives moving. The needle morally is a win for him. So sorry just wanted to do that. I'm looking forward to watching that episode. By the way as well kyle on dinner drive but yeah i mean you guys have seen it. We saw it bill at nashville and the amount of excitement that he brought just being on the grid. He tweeted in support of this announcement. Today and i haven't checked recently. But millions of people saw that because he has millions of twitter followers and he is a transcendent personality. Much the way. Cv mentioned m. mj was a huge pickup. And michael jordan was at pocono as the owner of denny hamlin's car with bubble wallace and all of these things that i think are good for the race teams. But they're definitely good for nascar as a whole because they're they're putting new eyeballs on nascar. That probably normally wouldn't be watching and deceives point about how track house navy operates a little bit differently. I think we've heard that from justin marks a lot. He views himself as a little bit of a disruptor he wants to i think viewed as a visionary. He's a very young guy and again. This is what chicken asi is talking about that. All the talk. We do about a new generation of drivers in nascar and indycar. There's definitely a new generation of owners that have suddenly come into nascar cup series and justin marks really is at the vanguard of that and tie it back to the charter discussion. I don't know if this can happen without the charter system. Being in place. And i think also with the next gen car next year is next season. That's really going to change the business model in the framework and the dynamic where you don't think you know teams will be able to be a little bit more nimble in terms of the way they operate and i think that will give Just a mark stat pathway to potentially moving the competition base of this team eventually to nashville outside of the charlotte hub. Well we're far from done discussing this major news about track house. Acquiring chip ganassi racing but motormouth isn't just a free motormouth call show. Let's have the fans call in one. Eight four four nascar nbc. We'd love to take your call and ask carl is on the line big news today sir. What you question. I'll tell you what our sport is changing. I love it. I love what you guys said. i do. I love what they're gonna do. The community performance is key in our sport. Obviously but how this nuts. How long do you guys so before we start saying track houses now. They're mega team sport. How long do you think this comes together with all the resources they get now. Well i don't know mega team. But i will say that chevrolet has been very vocal. They announced their center a couple months ago. They're changing their entire support of the chevrolet teams. So i think that helps the team. I track house when you look at chicken asi. They were what chevrolet calls one of their key partners one of their major organizations. I'm going with the assumption. When you buy a whole company that hands you become that key person and we know it's about oem support so. I think track house making this investment to cars helps them move forward now. Listen you still got to guys that. Sit in the second driver is going to be interested to see. It is but i believe much like you said. I will go on record that i didn't have running as well as i run this year. Now they outperformed my expectation. So i don't know about mega team. But why can they not continue to outperform. I think they're on their way. Yeah attitude. I think i think and carl nails it a little bit. There says his perception is now. They're in mating. And i think this has to do with perception. And.

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"nascar" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

02:02 min | 11 months ago

"nascar" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Has purchased the nascar operation of chip ganassi racing track. Houses acquired all the nascar assets ganassi racing including all equipment and it's to charters track house will take ownership of the assets at the conclusion of the two thousand twenty one race of season. I must say our team was not for sale. Justin simply came to me with a great offer and even a better vision for for racing. Being at this moment right now it does truly feel like just another part of a great motor sports story. There's lots of work to do for us at track house but there's also a lot of enthusiasm to do that work so i wanna thank again. Everybody helped make this come together on this project. And i want to congratulate chip on the indelible mark that you've made in the sport big news out of the nascar hall of fame today the announcement. The track house has acquired. Cejar stephen tar here. Kyle petty we're going to dig into this right away. But i they don't let you and i get the facts straight when there's an announcement this bringing this big. We bring in the professor nate ryan nate. Help us with the facts of this announcement. What we heard today what we know what this means moving forward for both organizations well what it means stevie is that justin marxist track house racing will purchase chip ganassi racing in full starting with the twenty twenty two season that means track house gets both of the chargers. Both of those fulltime cars echinacea has also means. The track house will operate out of chicken. Asi racing's building in concord north carolina. House still will maintain a large presence in the nashville tennessee area. Their base there in downtown and justin mark said today that in twenty twenty three. The team probably will look at moving. Its competition based in nashville as well but for now next year. Track house racing. We operating out of chip ganassi racing in twenty twenty two with those two charters daniels for as will be one of its drivers. They.

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"nascar" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"nascar" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"Ration- Lena Canady eight when it came down to hiring a driver for his new team a NASCAR legend told Jack to hire. Mark Martin Jack top to everybody who would have been logical. First choices. Bobby Allison said, why don't you get Mark Martin drive your car chip on few others? When all the preferable drivers got weeded out that they got down the list got down to me. So he finally called me Steve told me he was gonna call me for three months and finally called me asked me to come up there. And I talked to Mark after I talked to two three three other guys that whose names I'm not going to mention. The other guys row interested in how much money they would make and how many days they had to do personal services. And Mark was interested in how many tires I would buy and how much we test and and who would work on the car after nearly two years of competition. Jack rouse, scored his first win as a team owner in nineteen eighty nine at the North Carolina Motor Speedway in Rockingham. Arc Martin drives up high out of turnover. Four comes out of the corner, and every person in this grand sad is cheering him on. He comes down, and he will win the AC Delco five hundred has been a long hard road for Mark Martin. But he will go to victory late in two thousand three fourteen years after that first win in Rockingham. Jack Rauch won his first championship with Matt Kenseth behind the wheel championship. Congratulations. Well, you know, I'm kind of in shock over the whole deal. I said earlier is kind of like breaking through a plate glass window as a lot of pain getting through it. I don't know what it's going to be like on the other side. But I've been. Looking through the window for a while the following year? He would do it again with Kurt Busch and FanFest Kurt Busch. And he is the NASCAR Nextel Cup series champion. Let's go to his Pitt pen the celebration begins. Jack rouse coming off of the pet box. Jack, you won the battle and you won the war tonight. Congratulations on this is a feast or famine business, you know, we've been in a dogfight today and it worked out. Okay. I wouldn't have given five cents for our chances going in since that first win in nineteen eighty nine. Jack row has become the winningest team owner in NASCAR history among nascar's top three divisions, including eight championships. The motor racing network congratulates the newest member of a NASCAR hall of fame. Jack, roush. Jack rushes the first of three car owners that will be inducted into this year's NASCAR hall of fame. Coming up next. We'll honor another car owner that defeated the odds as he drove his own car to a Cup series championship. This is NASCAR live now. Back to Mike Bagley. Welcome back to this NASCAR hall of fame edition of NASCAR live another inductee. This year includes the nineteen ninety two Cup series champion. Alan co Wicky Allen Kalicki grew up in greenfield, Wisconsin near the famed Milwaukee mile where his father was an engine builder and crew chief for top Usak teams. The racing veteran taught the young Kalicki to be resourceful preaching that if you wanted something done. Do it yourself and become the best Kalicki did just that reaching the pinnacle of NASCAR before tragically losing his life in April nineteen Ninety-three Kuwaitis..

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"nascar" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"nascar" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"NASCAR news each weekday on NASCAR today midday the drafting tight races on always excelled in. So that's where I see a tremendous advantage. I think it was very important for us to get Martin into get cold both of those as as a group because they're very good at what they do. Nascar today midday Monday through Friday on the racing networks the poice of NASCAR. This is NASCAR live now back to Mike badly. We continue along this week sedition of NASCAR live at a chance to check out a publication from Forbes recently orbs release their women to watch in sports and two women in NASCAR made that list made us think about women's history and racing and their impact and Moran's Suzy Armstrong takes us through the field of women who have shared a love of racing in two thousand nineteen four named Haley Degan and Julie DC on their women in sports to watch list an honor in its own right? Many fans may have asked who were they put danika Patrick no longer racing. Many people think females are absent in the NASCAR world. Of course. They would be wrong. But it isn't just females on the track. Some of the most influential women are out of the spotlight. Busy running teams and tracks women have been. In the sport since its inception in nineteen forty eight names like Sarah, Christian, Ethel Mobely and Louise Smith all race through the nineteen fifties and sixties, but made only a handful of starts at in thirty third position, a driver that an awful lot of people will be looking at today, Janet Guthrie from New York in the Kelly services Chevrolet, many didn't think she could qualify here. Janet, congratulations. Thank you. I think it was just Klein a spun on a flat tire there a little bit before the end ties working pretty hard to get back. What I lost I gather from what they tell me that. I did it had been a full decade since women had raced in NASCAR. When Janet Guthrie took the green in the nineteen Seventy-six world six hundred at Charlotte Motor Speedway. She finished fifteenth that day higher the Dale Earnhardt while she never raced a fulltime schedule. She was the first woman to lead a Cup series race under caution in nineteen seventy seven. Shauna Robinson is on the poll. Joe Nemechek planks are on the outside. Green flag is in the air. Robinson gets the edge coming into the corner working on the outside of the racetrack. Here's David check. Try to take advantage up the turn, but Robertson lead to buy side down the back straightaway. Shauna Robinson to the outside. Check that the inside. Here's why Qualis he dives to the insight into turnover. Three three wide in nineteen Eighty-eight. Shauna Robinson became the first woman to win and as car touring series event. She was also the first female to score a poll in any of the top three series in nineteen Ninety-four while more women joined Robinson on the track during the ninety s it was all in the lower levels. No females had finished a race for a Cup series event since Janet Guthrie in nineteen eighty at Barney for the first time in fourteen years. There's a woman in the field now. Shauna Robinson made the field. We'll talk about her as the afternoon. It was by hope she has good run here today. She's very optimistic if they've got a good race car. And and she can have a good performance for you this afternoon. I don't. Ever think about the woman thing part of it? But the day in itself, it's just it's a huge boundary for me to get to the next step. I needed to qualify for a race. I needed to get that question out of out of the Mark. And I think when it came down to qualify in the fact that I stepped it up and did what I needed to do new at it needed to do. And did it and plan on doing the same thing at California? But never got to that point. So I think just the path, and I'm taking is is just this is another step in the next step is today and racing all day long. Shauna Robinson changed that in two thousand one at Michigan two years later. She would have the first all female pit crew for a truck series race at Texas Motor Speedway..

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"nascar" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"nascar" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"Our local stations tuned in. This is NASCAR live now. Back to Mike Bagley. We welcome you back to this week's nets car live, the Daytona five hundred is less than a month away. And that means it's time for the Rolex twenty four at Daytona, many fans aren't familiar with the Rolex why it's important how NASCAR is tied to it here to explain the magic of the Rolex twenty four is NASCAR today's Woody Kane. And here they come to the stripe. The checkered flag being held high. The checkered flag is being waived AJ omen Dinger and Mike sank racing. Winning the fiftieth anniversary of the Rolex twenty four at the tone of the fifty seventh Rolex twenty four at Daytona gets underway Saturday and no event embraces the tracks identity as the world center of racing as much as this round the clock endurance sports car race makes like Porsche and Ferrari tangle with Ford and Chevrolet drivers like Fittipaldi and Montovia are past winners while for Nando Alonzo and Alex Zanardi will race this year. But NASCAR drivers have a storied history in the event as well. We'll Dale Earnhardt was in the car Joel Embiid earlier say to their about an hour and fifteen minutes, he is now out of the car like you said they're doing they're doing really well, and he did well in his stint, and but everybody's happy right now. The bell motorsports entry carnival fifty four. Trying to do everything it can to run down. Tony stewart. Tony is just incredible behind the wheel right now. And obviously broken machine. He is still running laps at two seventeen bell motorsports. Running at two four Tony Stewart in iron, man. Trying to hold on for the overall win. Imagine a race on a road course with the Cup expended and truck series all on the track at the same time through day and night, whether it rains or not and you start to get a feel for the Rolex NASCAR hall of fame. Inducted Jeff Gordon was on the winning team in two thousand seventeen. What I remember some much about that experience. Was you how easy after take it leaving the pits on on cold tires? Those cars are so stiff sidewalls the tires are stiff, and there's not a lot of grip for the I lab. So you gotta get the brakes. Get the tires warmed up. The other thing was the rain. You know, I I was out in the car when it started raining, and that really got my attention. Current NASCAR sensation Kyle Larson. One with chip. Anasi racing back in two thousand fifteen and echoes Gordon's sentiment about the challenge. I it was I hopped in right after can on stalled the car right away. Then I was freaking out. Like, I said I was stressed out side hit like every button on my dash my windshield. Wipers going crazy, and and then I get out there. And I must have hit the speed limit or button or didn't didn't turn it on. So then I spent on pit road. And then then I get back out there in the L flag comes out. I'm like at the front of the pack with all these veterans behind in my tires or cold. So is just it's just way different in hard. Jamie McMurray as Daytona five hundred winner at a teammate of Larson's on that twenty fifteen winning effort. He understands the scope of one of the world's most prestigious races. The first thing for me when I think about this race is getting to meet all the people that have raced in IndyCar sports car every form of of racing in the world guy short here. So it's it's nice to get to meet those people on a relaxed environment. With its drivers. Meaning it'd be lunch. You meet these guys. And you know, you you talk to them and you get to know him. And I I enjoy that part of it. So this is a huge rates to win. I think that you know, I mean Puckett l'estrange this is it for me. Hey, Jay, omega one and twenty twelve and after stepping out of the NASCAR arena will be a driver and TV broadcaster this year, you got a certain races in the name behind the race. Whether it's the five hundred Daytona five hundred place like Monaco and just really the history behind what they tone International Speedway is just being in Daytona, really special..

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"nascar" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"nascar" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"Rooster those regulations third consecutive chili bowl. Congratulations on. Thank you for coming. And joining our slice of heaven is a slice of heaven. That's for sure bucket list. Check it off myself personally, Mike, and it won't be the last chili bowl. That's for. Sure. That's Christopher bell a three time champion of the chili bowl. Big. Congratulations to Christopher bell and more. Congrats to Marin zone. Dylan Welsh who also competed in the chili bowl and raced against some of the best drivers in the world St. post headache few words with Dylan as well. The chili bowl canas-kucera land. How how do you describe this, man? I don't know if you can it's like the energy of the Daytona five hundred and homestead all wrapped into one plus more. It's it's an unbelievable event. And you know, not just for trek fans. I mean, if you're a racing fan in general, the chili bowl should be on your bucket list, and it should be very high on that bucket list, a high priority to get to it's just it's so much fun. The racing is so great every single night. You know, it starts on Monday. Goes through Saturday. And it's some of the best racing you ever gonna see, you know, who's who of of racing general, you know, from NASCAR you had an IndyCar driver here. This year in Conor. Daly has sports car drivers here in the past. And you've got the best of dirt track racing here to all competing for the same prize at the end of the day. So it's just it's it's unbelievable. It's hard to put it into words. Just how much this means to all of us that are able to compete in and just how special it is to be a fan all your week out here. You didn't come out of here with the driller that wanted Christopher bell? Okay. That's the trophy for winning the race. But but but describe what LA how's your week out here? Yeah. You know? It's it's always hard for me Saturday night to to reflect and look at the big picture when things don't go exactly the way we wanted. But you know, all things considered a really good week had a great night on our prelims night on Tuesday. Got a heat race win and finished seventh in our our premium feature which was my best run out here tonight. The be main just didn't really have things go away. I couldn't really ever get in a rhythm and kind of got caught up in a couple messes. And a couple of driver errors there that that eventually led to a snob being able to finish. So hate that the week kind of ended on a sour note. After after we had so much momentum in so many positive vibes after Tuesday, but big picture. I only get to raise two or three times a year to to come out here. And and lock into the be main after a pre limb night. I think is is pretty respectable. Thank you postie coming up on NASCAR live. We're gonna look ahead to this weekend's Rolex twenty four at Daytona with Woody Kane and later we feature some of the great ladies of NASCAR. Come back to.

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"nascar" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"nascar" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"We welcome you back to that scar live the chili bowl center stage Saturday night in Oklahoma. And there were many NASCAR drivers in attendance. Like Kyle Larson. Alex Bowman and just an all when the night was over. It was another NASCAR star in victory lane with xfinity series driver. Christopher bell mar N's St. post caught up with bell after the chili bowl Mike last week and Tulsa, Oklahoma. It was the thirty third annual chili bowl three hundred fifty some cars. And when we got done for the third straight year was Christopher bell score in the victory on Christopher congratulations in what does it mean? To you a three-time chili bowl champion man that first one is obviously going to be really special just because I was the first Oklahoma guy to win it and so long, but this one trying to think of the way to describe it, but I'm just kind of speechless here to to be able to win on the last lap like that. We're talking a minute ago. Oh, how that's moments like that. Is what creates the chili bowl? And why you know, what brings people back. Why everybody loves it? Why the drivers love it while the fans love it. So it didn't splint good not disappoint. That's for. Sure. Last left wins of you had many of those. I was trying to think about it. And I don't know if I can answer that one. I don't know how many last lap passes. I have in my in my life to win the race. So this one will this one will be p one for a while on last lap passes for sure absolutely. A will you the the driver you pass? We haven't mentioned this year was Kyle Larson and actually over the last couple of weeks. You and Kyle mixing it up down in New Zealand. I don't know rivalries. Not the word respect, I know is word to describe described that describe that back and forth union. Kyle have when you Clem aboard these type of cars. Yeah. I mean rivalry is the the correct term for what we have going on. But the difference is that we we both have. That most respect for each other. And Kyle is my number one supporter, and I'm Kyle Larson number one supporters. So it's a very unique relationship in unique situation that we're in. It's it's very very cool to be able to race with a guy that is his talented as he is and decline school beat him. I imagine that's the case certainly was one of the things we've talked about in this ticking. The NASCAR fans back a little bit here on here on NASCAR live. There's you're an Oklahoma native winning this race. And you've talked about it to all of us on our wing nation show on a rip the fund show. But why is that mean so much to you? Why is it so important to be an Oklahoma driver in win this one just because this is, you know, this is Oklahoma as big one for motor sports. We don't have a NASCAR track. We don't have. We really don't have any sprint race in here. But fortunately, we have one of the biggest races in motor sports. So this is the Oklahoma big one. You're you're getting ready to go to Daytona. Okay. The extremity series car. For Joe Gibbs racing is nothing like the chili bowl car. But is there momentum is their positive vibes? Azar positive energy that this can can can carry into the NASCAR season. I think so I think that the biggest thing is just you know, I I go out a winter. So this is kinda the the last hurrah of my durations on the off season. So I went out and winter absolutely how orphans looking over. With with Gibbs racing is you're ready to go here. You're going to couple of weeks they told. Yeah, it's looking really good. Honestly, we I I was at the shop there the week before I came here. So I haven't got to see the super put together, but I'm really excited to to get started. There you know, me and Lucas montier guy. We're working on getting me comfortable in the car. We made a sea change in the cars. So had a poor inserts, which we had a big Twitter discussion about that. How stressful it is to proceed inserts. But mine hairier guy. Did a great job getting me comfortable. And and so I'm cozy in there. Then I just got put a body on it and wrap it let's go race it. Let's go..

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"nascar" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"nascar" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"Being an owner some of the most iconic names in the sport like hail Yarborough hurt his Turner age eight point David Pearson. Drove for Glen would also known as the wood brothers. And they created some of the most iconic moments in NASCAR Richard petty goes back at brought about span there in the wall. Pettiest slotting slamming into the wall. He's coming down toward the finish line Willie make it he still moving the car stops three hundred four hundred fate shy of the finish line. Here soon is still running. Here's petty crime to fire to come across the line, David Pearson. Blooming grove has that come to the stripe, though, when is car number twenty one that a mazing finish retro nutty card. Demolished the front end as well as car number twenty one on believable finish a terrible crash. Both cars in the wall. Both drivers kept on going David Pearson. Drove the number twenty one for eight years amongst other big names making it legend. And a great park. You can hear them cheering him. Now. I moan found this front straightaway. He'll be coming by picking up the lead brothers. They have been there before but not Musavian five hundred. And now another firm something that David Pierce has talked about at wanted for many, many, many many many years, and he has won the crowd responding. Now the topped out on pit road. Being congratulated by curve. I thought a side by side yard parts of slow y'all high Earnhardt Donald bought it. They come on the turn on her like it out all the stops. As bought a moves out in front, but earnhardt's wedged out of traffic. Doggerel gets by Earnhardt in the next to the chucker live with bottom leading candidate. Do it. Neil bought comes the line one colleague ahead. He will win the Talladega by hundred Ghabra will finish overstates. One of the Whitworth is crew. Lynnwood Clinton grudge relations a fine team effort. Thank you nailed it. Right. Jason Lennon laws on the at nine job. And I know about with down. But when you we had a winning combination. And when we got stay together on running good bit. You'll come back. The what brothers are also credited with modernizing the pitstop turning it into the fast paced choreographed process. We see today now their process cut pitstops in half and created a benchmark that all other teams would follow the team returned to victory lane. In a big way. In two thousand eleven reminded everyone how special that legendary number twenty one or is Robert Bain playing defense. He's out in what at age twenty. He's gonna win. The fifty third Daytona five hundred Trevor Bayne gets the win photo. One brothers and are dancing on pit road. Aleksei they are Cade. Leonard would one of the. Pioneers of NASCAR racing. He's gotta run out. And celebrate Donnie wing goes down here. Edsel Ford down here all of the Ford family on top of the pit box. Glenn it's been thirty five years ago today that we went to victory lane with David Pearson. Your thoughts today? Well, I didn't know that was a time. But this is going to greatest ever hand. What do you think about this young driver that you've got is not unbelievable that reincarnation of the silver FOX to them early? I had no doubts about him. Now when Glenn was inducted into the NASCAR hall of fame twenty twelve. He was humbled and said it wasn't about him. It was about the wood brothers team being wreck. Now, this is not just about me being inducted in the hall of fame. And it's also about the Woodrow's and it's about NASCAR. And I've proud to have been a NASCAR driver Carl on for the past sixty years, and I'm proud of this great honor. And this is about two families would family and the Ford van working together, which has resulted in me being here tonight from all of us here at the motor racing network. We send our sincere condolences to the would family and.

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