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"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

06:14 min | Last month

"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Right, welcome to the NASCAR NBC podcast. I'm your host Nate Ryan. The 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season is over, so we've got the mayor joining us to talk about it Jeff Burton is here to discuss Kyle Larson's championship and plethora of other things that happened, Jeff, thanks for being here. Good to be here. So we're gonna get to Kyle Larson because his championship is clearly the storyline here, a season for the ages, first time a driver has won ten times in the season since Jimmy Johnson. 14 years ago, I want to get to all of that. But I want to start with the fact that as much as a world class driver that Kyle Larson is, he doesn't win the championship necessarily because of that. He won the championship because of his team because of his pit crew. He led the last 28 laps because he's a great driver, but he got the lead solely because of his pit crew. Cliff Daniel said he felt like Larson had the third fastest car of the championship contenders, Denny Hamlin said he thought Larson was fourth fastest, which was a track position race, pit stops really determine the outcome for that final restart. It did. The only thing I will say is that he did play a role in it because that first pit stall was a major advantage. And he gained that first pit stall. Not based off of the formula they used from the week before, but by qualifying. He got that first pit stall. That's an advantage. Listen, that picture has been the best all year long. I mean, you think about it, when did they make mistakes? I mean, very few mistakes. That picture has been owned all year long. The best team won. And it is a team effort. I mean, Kyle Larson said that, it's a team effort, and it is, and it showed, but you're right. On a day where you don't have the fastest car, it's got to come from somewhere else. That's what great teams do. They find a way the fastest car doesn't always win. Yeah. And in this case, they took it. They just went and took it. Now, listen to the 19 had a bad stop, that which helped them. But they just took it from them. That's great stuff in championship form. I mean, they won what they win. Tony Stewart for winning half of the playoff races. So, you know, not bad. They're pretty good. Yeah. It was clearly earned and deserved, but I'm glad you brought up. It pits all selection because it was an 11.8 second stop. It was the second best stop of the season. But Denny Hamlin had a stop that I think was 12 seconds. And like you said, Truex and chase Elliott, they pretty much lost the race because their stops were both right around 13 second range. But to your point, Jeff, this race in this championship in a way was one on Saturday. When Kyle Larson won the poll on Saturday. And was able to get that first pit stall selection. I really think that made the difference with him coming out first in front of Hamlin. And I was stunned when on media day on Thursday, Hamlin was asked about how much emphasis came from a qualifying, and he said, virtually none. It's not really going to matter. All the crew chiefs came in the media center Friday. Gabe heart, a ton of respect for Chris gay part. This is meant as a slight at all, but he said, I don't even know what our settings are, or suspension settings or whatever are for qualifying right now. Gustafson said the same thing. No one was putting any emphasis on qualifying because the first four selections we're going to go to the Ford championship teams. But it did end up mattering. Whoever was first was gonna have the advantage on that final stop. Is that surprise you? And do you think next year teams maybe put more emphasis? I mean, teams weren't even making mock runs in practice for qualifying. It's surprised me because I heard the same thing. And there seemed to be a downplay of qualifying. And you'd think track position, right? Okay, if we qualify 15th, we can still win the championship. It's a long race. We're not count points for stages. All those kind of things. That's real. I think that the format kind of sucked people in to thinking, hey, qualify doesn't matter. When I say the format, what we've been doing for two years, not practice and not qualifying for the most part, I think that they just said, you know what? It doesn't really matter and kind of forgot kind of took the ball off the ball, and I will say this. If you have to make a choice between I'm going to make a car go fast for qualifying or make a car go fast for the race. You want to go faster to race. Steve and I talk about it all the time. We believe short run speed yields more results. There's always a short run. You don't know you're going to long run, but everyone has a short run. You can save tire a little bit on a fast car that will take off. You don't have to take off that fast on a slow car. You can't make it go faster taken off. You get the right race. Denny Hamlin almost got it. Martin Truex almost got it. They almost got those races they need long runs, but they didn't. And today's world and I made a living off a long run cars. I mean, honestly, I couldn't qualify worth a crap. And I was not good at short run speed, but in today's world, I just think you have to have short run speed. You're going to net out more times than not. You're going to get beaten. You're going to get beaten times because you're not as good on long run, but I think it's important to track position is today. You're better off more times than not having a short run car speed. And the Hendrick cars were probably the faster than the Gibbs cars in the short run. And hey, listen, and credit, Martin Truex Junior and their team because they recognize it. They got a short run, Martin actually was faster than a 5 car a little bit, but they paid the price and trying to pump up air, do whatever they did. They ultimately ran it wouldn't go long enough. But you know, they took a shot at it, but the Hendrick cars were just faster and shorter runs. Yeah. And ham on a true X both said that Truex obviously is always been a long run team. That's how they won the championship in 2017. That's how they lost it in 2018 when lagano passed him late. And ham won the same thing. They're just not really short run or in the race just didn't play out because of where the cautions fall the way they always do. So it ends up falling into Kyle Larson's hands. And you were there hold on. Yes. It didn't fall in the Kyle Larson's hands. So Martin Truex Junior's team did not have the money stop. True. Denny Hamlin did not have the money restart. Truex goes from first to third during that final pit stop. Denny Hamlin lines up inside road, exits turn two and third. So it was all there for them to go win the race, bad pit stop, not a horrible to it stop, but not good enough, and then Denny did not get a good launch..

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"nate ryan" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

04:00 min | 2 months ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on The Final Lap

"That doesn't help of course of course dot. What else are we gonna going on over there. Toby chris dot com. I saw david gillan was suspended. How does that even happen. Yeah that's kind of weird right because he's driving. Isn't that crazy. And he's kind of the nicest guy ever yes. He's a team owner in the arca and truck series of course in the race this past week. There's been a lot of feuding going on in the arca series this year with his driver and you know drew dollar On the other side of things and drew dollar and His car got into another altercation. This week it Bristol indeed tanf and charged in. There was a scuffle. And i'm sure they said a few things to each other and Yeah so due to the ongoing shan again that have been happening week after week with digging and racing and drew dollar David gillan has been handed a one race suspension. Wow and a monstrous fifteen hundred dollar. Fine for noncompliant activities. Ever no series. That's a lot though so it it really could so if it was a guy not david gill and that could be catastrophic Because that's you know a half of a set of tires so that's pretty big. Did he say chicken. Expletive a question. Let's get question because he didn't even get fined for fighting. They just got fined for like yelling at each other while trying to fight so we really. You could argue. The same thing happened in the cup race on saturday. So it's kind of funny that arca links like did this but by the way we forgot to mention during the whole harvick chase thing. They met three times on pit road once in the garage area. And then mind blown harvick and chase go into chases haller. That's i've never seen that. So the cool thing is let's give a shutout of jordan bianchi by the way he did not come up with a videoing. He gave no apps on this thing. My goodness he would give it up. And i gotta commend him. Because when you look back at jordan's video. Because i could see some people go. Oh come on a jerk there. Tell them to stop and he keeps going well. I thought that's his job. There's no rule saying you can't do it now. Of course you could grant the wishes of somebody who tells you not to do it but you don't have to and his when you look at the video and you're watching the video these guys. Tell them to stop. You're looking right across the nate ryan right. So if you're a journalist. And you see nate ryan. You're not gonna stop. I mean no losing your scoop but as soon as harvick turned around he put the camera right back up again. It was hysterical house great instantly. It was amazing so jordan bianchi amazing amazing work that is iconic. That's great what else we going on anything. Besides the harvard can chase thing stephon stephan. Parsons will be entering fulltime. Xfinity series competition next year with. Bj mcleod motorsports. No i didn't hear you steffan. Parsons who while. Phil parsons a son. But okay gotcha Did you see this. also keith. Mcgee do you know how he's a part time truck series driver. This is a pretty big exclusively on toby. Chris dot com shows to gamble on himself literally. Tehran this week's truck series race at las vegas. Last ten thousand dollars gave it to a professional gambler who went to vegas. They spent a few days. They built it up over eighty thousand dollars and he's running this week in vegas. That sounds like a conflict of interest in illegal and other sports. Like pete rose. Well he didn't gamble on like nascar gambled but he's canceling himself well now like. He didn't gambling how he was running in a race. He gambled on himself with his ten thousand. Saying i know. I can turn this ten thousand into more money where i can get a start. He wasn't gambling on like a nascar race. Or anything Gambling on poker roulette..

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"nate ryan" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

09:00 min | 2 months ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

"Looks of them i think. Mostly i think we had one that we're trying to decide. Was it a light martin or dark fest beer. I think some are sneaky awarded the to differentiate their when you're across those lines. I don't know if there's a An actual color like requirements right. Srm requirement for one or the other probably from ours in. But i don't know about fest. Beer maybe they know no-one does. It's impossible to know these. It's totally possible guys. We've tasted for more anthony. What are your thoughts on round. Two five through eight actually like number eight the best out those okay which is opposite of all it is is got that little bit of bitterness that we're gonna on some of the others but it was nice and smooth for me i like the flavor in it okay Number seven had a little bit of spiciness or something at the back of it. That i didn't like didn't work for you there. Okay fair enough. Nate what you got man round to their ed. This group was pretty cool. It would kind of had a wide range of what was going on with these beers. And we getting some old vibes. We talked about that nova's oxidation or you're just kind of maybe heavier alcohol content and not beer. That is being turned off with other lighter beers. We had some that. Were smelled really hoppy. Because in some noble hops out of seven real smooth nutty though eight very easy drinking five was kind of cool because it kind of combined what i liked with one which was my favorite far and kind of the nutty. So steals is the both worlds screw. Yeah all right cool. A good group for nate ryan. Tell me about it you know. Five and six were the ones that i really liked. I thought five was solid. I think you had a guess as to what it was. I think that you're on the right track. It might be a different oak. American eleven mind. It might be eleven before we get through all the right. You know what. I'm thinking it's five and seven where the ones i really liked. There was something about seven that has a little bit of light. Struck has some really nice hop flavor. Too i really liked the kind of a little bit of funky. A little bit of carnival. The more i think about seven the more. I kind of like sav okay. So all right eight was not i did. That was a poor directly into the mix mixer on after the show. We have a dumb bucket here that is actually a stein. Apolinar stein done. Yeah and last year we consumed it this show and it was not bad it was better than the some of the stuff we poured in better than some of its constituent. Because yes it wasn't bad it was. It was not bad. I guess the the fest in october fest in march and beer there that we put in the german merican alone just the spice alone. Yes the fest milan's yes. Yeah brian to know mike nate. Please all right here we go. No mike nate works hard for the money and we don't let him talk much. He doesn't get into the last time we did. Let him talk the only thing you had to say as you got one minute left. We give him a mike to join the show. And i'm like you're being kind of quiet and he's like we have one minute left. I'm like oh thanks. We appreciate your input. Nate you work. You take care the blind tastings for us here you pour for us so you know what's going on man but what do you feel right now you know you may be biased by labels but what do you think of the flight. So far i mean so far number one is my top one there for you. Okay like little hani apple crisp taste to it. Yeah was more cider than it was a beer. I really liked it. You doug that Now okay would you say that was true to what you expect in the style of a beer. No it was definitely lighter than what does that matter to you if you order a fest beer and it comes out like that. Are you happy. Yeah i think it'd be happy. Okay all right. I think it'd be pleasantly surprised by okay. Is there any free. That stuck out right now as i do not care for that. There's been a couple unfortunately offhand. I don't have you don't have your numbers like we do. So you're you're not gonna call anybody out here upfront fair enough all right now. That's all you get man. I'm done with you know we'll get you back to now i get my made. Saguenay stays over there. He helps us out a lot. Here keeps keeps the board going pours the beer for the tasting so it's good and tries to trick us with how a poor some tricks out of his way. Mix it up. No nate bryan. Let's talk more about some fun. Facts of october's. Let's get into fun because we talked on fun last time. We got some fun amount. Why we talked about. We did her but tell me about some of the fun phrases that these german madman have come up with october fest. Ones is the the fruit shopping. You know what that is. I don't recall tell me about that is morning drinking. It's the tradition of meeting in a pub late in the morning to drink a weiss beer or vice beers they might say and sometimes a meal. It was popular after a church service in the regions of germany. But it's kind of been in decline with the The lack of church attendance. So it's it's a popular german drinking phrase and activities still to this day so there's that and of course you've heard oath zapped is over that is it is tapped. It is tap the traditional acclimation to kick off october fest. Which reminds me. I don't have the stats for of people bets. On how many hammer hits it takes to tap the traditional keg and i believe the lord mayor actually does the tapping at the low end. It's two people. One guy had a string of doing it with two taps. And i believe the guy who did the worst job of it was in the teens. I think there's a team. Yeah i think it might seem so yes seriously. Are you even in politics. What are you even doing. Don't get stripped of citizenship. I think he was the jackie crossing the he lost his office and was it was kicked over to austria. Have we ever had a single hitter. No it's never happened to okay for our guess. It's always takes one to kind of see the second seven and actually penetrated so obviously prostes cheers. We referenced earlier beer like into him. you know what. Let me back up. hold on. don't don't break my flow. Okay all right all right. I want to go over and try it and i wanna swing on it like a happy gilmore style. The one shot or no. I don't even need a golf club. I'm just going to run with the hammer. Okay put my full body behind it. So i can tell you that things going in or something's going to happen so it probably will beer. Liken what do you think of that. Are we talking about me. We are are so for that or as a before you get to that point you might actually be a beer like into so beer is beer. Yes in lichen. Are we talking like moss. Like we know this. I'm just playing along with. I mean it sounds like that. But no tim nate. Do you know beer liken. I have no idea beer like in the it it is. I am not incorrect brian. I would disagree with you saying that. That is not what that means. What's that i believe. The position that are talking about there is referring to i was referring to why just laid out put it together there. Brian i get it. I get what you're saying. Striking will grow on the ground grow on rocks just so. Let's people in what you're liking. It means beer corpses so what locals call the people that get drunk too early and pass out in the grass so in theory metaphorically speaking fillon it seems like they're like the grass on the rocks. These drunk right. This one's fine. Give mukhlis kite okay. It's a state or feeling of warmth. Friendliness and good cheers is that specifically refer to alcohol related or just in general just in general but they are popular drinking phrases injury and would-be heard most likely in reference to october fest. What does the word l. folks ghaffar wrong main. That's the feeling. I think it's a feeling of success or something like that. The feeling you get after being successful at something air folks. Cafaro fox cafaro. I know were murdering the we named the homebrew after that. You guys have our half of ice. In that we did named f-folks cathedral l. folks afar brady sure of had. I bet you carry success feeling feeling of success as successfully exactly and there's a german word for feeling of success. Yeah allows germans got some great phrases. I mean they really encompasses a lot in what they say. They're but based on the little bit i know of german is probably is a bunch of words. Ram together into one word. The kindergarten is child guard. Rowing child garden. Brian planned kids. Don't forget to water the six year olds. Yeah we'll never grow right. Yes you're listening to beer. Guy's radio show and i absolutely guarantee it's time for us to take a break. We'll be.

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"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

05:18 min | 3 months ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR America

"I though i wanted to get to nascar who has called ends on the pole position. There's always because kyle has a gift look at this now. This is what carl gave me. That's nast pearls shirt. Everyone yes do the country there. It is a country. That's carl how you doing. And we all love you in michigan. By the way there's a picture of that girl looks like everyone at all nascar gave me. I gave myself gave nate ryan. Got a t shirt like this. So we're we're exclusive. I just got a picture. We're an exclusive group. We're an exclusive group. Banking carl man. Thank you man. I'm doing your mom thank you how are you doing. What's going on with telling you today. Good man i just want to say. I appreciate you guys. I know how busy on what you guys and nbc do for me means the world to me. And i really appreciate you guys. You guys mean a lot. We talk about this every year. The divers it ain't in the play offs sponsorship some fighting for jobs. Some doing this supposedly. There's an etiquette. How do these guys drive when they have so much on the line as well to these to these twelve drivers. Because i think that's something that's very key and all this two guys that are going for jobs and stuff like that do with is how they should drive against the playoff drivers grapevine nascar and different from other sports tile. Everybody's stolen the playing. Everybody's still out there. But here's the thing. I think the the we're gonna darlington we're going to unveil set it. There's no place to hide. You can't get out of the way man. It's it's tough going to bristol. You can't get out of the way it's tough. I think these these. I the first two or three races the next two or three races after that. I think everybody just races like they always race. I don't care whether you're in the playoffs. And i'm not if i'm and i'll go to carl's to carl's man if i'm ryan newman. I'm still trying to win races. Dude i don't care if you're in the playoffs i don't didn't make a difference to me. I'm still trying to win races as we get to. Those final eight as we get to that final race. And there's just four guys the etiquette and sportsmanship changes a little bit. I think i give you a break. I'll let you in line. I let you do certain things that i wouldn't let you do. Normally but as we go through these first few races. I think it's still every man for himself because as carl said these people have sponsor commitments teen commitments. There's still trying to win a race this year. Yeah and i think most of the playoff drivers if not each and every one of them understand that these there are other drivers out there. That's way this sport is and there's a lot for them to to gain in these last ten races against some or are auditioning spill to try to get a ride for next year and they have sponsorships that they're trying to sell so that you understand that you hope that at a playoff driver that they're respectful of what you're doing and i think that the rest of the field is that but they also understand they have to rice hard and it is racing is a competition and each race every weekend. Is something a little bit different. So you do what you have to do and I think that if the playoff drivers were to ask them something it was be like. Don't put us in a terrible spot to where is house both of us something. Yeah good point no doubt about where the drivers in the clouds this year. Kurt busch and he joins us here on motormouth. Now kurt good to see congratulations on the new deal. Congratulations on the playoffs. As well as we look at the playoff leaderboard right now. But i know the new deal is has fired up as well and i remember talking to you when the cd oh i came about curt and you said that really gave you. Some fresh energy is a kind of the same thing once again. Fresh new energy with twenty three eleven racing and the new next year one hundred percent. You know and it's nice with the timing to get it all wrapped up and try to go into these playoffs with one hundred percent. Focus these next ten weeks with chip ganassi racing and finishing strong as we can as a group. Lotta of guys still trying to find a job. Find a spot for next year for me. All that settled and trying to be the leader of this group and come out strong and have the best first round that we can at At what i would say. I agree with you guys this. Those first is no joke with darlington richmond and bristow no place to hide. You gotta be fast and listen. I i wanna get to this year. But we'll get to that in a minute. I'm gonna go back to two next year just for a minute because it is. It is big news. This is kurt busch and a new situation. You're building another team. You've gone the different teams in the past and and help them organize and help this then. Bill this team has one year under them their belt. You're also going in there as a driver. Coach mentor leader for bubba wallace and for for their team and for their organization does that put added pressure on you. Because now i'm asking you not only kurt busch to drive a race car and win racist for me. I'm asking you to help me build an organization. Yeah i'm the gratitude and the appreciation that i have for this opportunity. It all really started.

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"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

02:02 min | 5 months ago

"nate ryan" 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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"nate ryan" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:01 min | 6 months ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on KCRW

"Delays over to Matteo Street Hollywood 11 south of Hollywood Boulevard. Some delays begin there will stick with you over to about Mission Road. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Audie Cornish and I'm Elsa Chang. The Indy 500 is back last year. The race featured the typical roaring engines but no roaring fans. The pandemic forced organizers to postpone the event and then hold it in front of empty grandstands. Well, not this year 135,000 masks fans are expected. It will be the biggest crowd for a sporting event since the start of the pandemic. Joining us now to talk about it from the media center at the speedway is NBC Motor Sports reporter Nate Ryan. Welcome. Thank you for having me Also, It's a pleasure to be here. Pleasure to have you all right, So let's just start with the crowd. I mean, beyond the masks. How is the Indy 500? A meteo Be coded, safest year. We're talking about 135,000 people, right? Well, the good news else is that Roger Penske, the owner of Indianapolis Motor Speedway, told us today that there are 235,000 seats. At Indianapolis Motor Speedway. He went in. Had someone count them for him over the past year, and they also say that they're expecting the crowd to be about 60% vaccinated. The speedway has been very aggressive with doing vaccinations. Roger Penske told us that 90,000 people have come through the speedway over the past couple of months to get vaccinated. So yeah, they feel pretty confident about having 135,000 people here and being safe. Well, let's talk about the race itself. I mean, it's supposed to be a really deep field this year, right? It is and you know the narrative this year in IndyCar. Elsa has been that this is a changing of the guard. The veterans of the IndyCar Series are under threat from this band of twentysomethings and two of them will be starting on the front row in positions two and three in Sunday's race on NBC, and that is Colton Herta. Who is the 21 year old drives for needed Andretti Autosport and Rina's VK, who is last year's rookie of the year. 20 year Old Dutchman and a lot of people in IndyCar See this youth movement. This cadre of young drivers is a pathway toward getting more young fans so cool well besides these young drivers, the story that a lot of people have also been following this year. Has been of Perretta Auto Sport, which is like the first ever majority women team to qualify for the Indy 500. How is this team assembled in what are their prospects in this race? Well. They are starting last in the field that they went through a very dramatic situation last weekend in which Simona Di Silvestro, who is a woman on the only female driver in this year's field, she was the last person to make the race in qualifying. So very dramatic situation, But it was great to have someone do Sylvester. Oh, make this year's race. And as you mentioned, she does it with Perretta Auto Auto Sport, which has a full female pit crew. They have a lot of women and keep it. Missions in competition and strategy and engineering and marketing. And this is because the principal of this team, a long time motor sports executive. Her name is Beth Perretta. She wanted to go out and start a team that was very much full of women and comprised mainly of women and the motto of the teams. Essentially, you know if if you see it, you could be it. Yeah, that is awesome. And finally, okay. Something I've been dying to know. What is the deal with the winner of the Indy 500 drinking milk like Are they gulping down whole milk? I well, they can if they so choose. They've been doing this for decades, and drivers are allowed to choose what kind of milk that they want, Whether it is skim or 2% or whole milk or chocolate and or no, actually, a driver tried to choose chocolate this year, and they said no on also, unfortunately, not on the list this year is Buttermilk, Marina's VK and another driver. Wanted to drink buttermilk because there was Yeah, there was a winner a few years ago who chose buttermilk but again, Buttermilk That's bold. I chocolate is not one of the options this year, so I think most drivers went withhold or 2%. And I don't like anybody shows skim milk this year, So there's your milk story. Nate Ryan covers motor sports at NBC. Sports. Thank you so much for joining us today. Thanks for having me Also, It's my pleasure. Ah, quiet place. Part two was among the very first movies to delay its opening due to the pandemic. John Kaczynski's thriller originally set to open on March, 20th of last year, got pushed back first of September, then to April of this year. Today. It finally opens critic Bob Mondello says it's worth the wait. In the opening scene. Lee Abbott, played by John Krasinski walks into a general store from an empty street. And if you saw the first movie, you are conscious of every sound his football as he walks past the space shuttle toy,.

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"nate ryan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Closed due to another semi rolled over photos posted by the department of public safety showing wet roads but it didn't say whether the incident was directly related to the weather there were some voluntary evacuation orders with possible landslides were residence and Trabuco canyon of that's Orange County California yeah the wind there had been a wildfire that burned in that area last year so yeah that's the kind of scenario the landscape is susceptible to sliding debris some of what we've seen over the past day and so as we make our way into with Thursday what are we anticipating there will be looking to head toward the the beginning of the thanksgiving travel weekend and as I mentioned that rain snow delayed use for thanksgiving this weekend and potentially of significant storm system may cause some real headaches next week as more than fifty five million people are expected to travel for the thanksgiving holiday so we'll start as we look ahead toward this upcoming weekend with Saturday will break things down for the various regions around the country it kinda looking ahead to next Wednesday the biggest travel day is when they're talking about potentially this pretty significant storm system is going to be impacted travel for a broad area of the country travelers whether a service of our friends and travel centers of America T. a truck service more bays more expertise and more solutions so what happened in the world of racing of course sag has all the details our numbers eight eight eight eight six zero eighty seven eighty five here on America's trucking network the recent report America's trucking network seven time Cup champion Jimmie Johnson consider one of NASCAR's greatest drivers and now it's Wednesday that the twenty twenty season will be his final full time Cup season Johnson's contract expires after the twenty twenty season he is tied a course with Richard Petty and Taylor and Hart for the most series titles Johnson has eighty three career couple wins which is tied with Cale Yarborough for sixth on the all time list but he has not won since Dover in June of twenty seventeen Johnson will enter the twenty twenty season with a ninety five race winless streak the twenty twenty season will be his nineteen full time campaign and Cup Nate Ryan Marty Snyder and Kyle petty react on NBCSN so so Nate obviously Jamie's but a lot of thought into.

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"nate ryan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"We see some you know see if we don't see that turn to the northeast. yeah good could come in between Savannah Charleston the I know the model predictions from the weather channel we're showing maybe even coming up towards Wilmington in North Carolina by later on this evening. we shall we shall see but heavy rains stretching from Savannah to Charleston at this hour myrtle beach you've got to get get the bands coming through torrential rains and a brief break then the next band rolls in yeah one of those heavy bands pushing through our Florence South Carolina right now. to some of these heavy rains making it all the way up into yes central portions of the state this morning. in North Carolina the rains have moved in a range pushing into you know you'll see some heavy rain pushing into lumber ten most of the heavy stuff is has been Jeter's south of Wilmington but some of these gap bands are getting closer you'll see of the next couple of hours of this heavy bands of pushing to Wilmington North Carolina. all right toll free around the country it's eight eight eight eight six zero eighty seven eighty five if you've got some weather updates you love to hear from some of those folks in the southeast what are you looking at. and we'll be back on American struck a network. the recent report. America's trucking network. there's a drivers on the bubble and who has the best chance for the NASCAR playoffs Nate Ryan and Kyle petty on NBCSN after the race at Darlington southern five hundred there's essentially for player out for drivers battling for two spots in the playoffs Clint lawyer fifteen he's eight points ahead of sixteenth where there's a tie for Daniel swore as in Ryan Newman and then Jimmy Johnson eighteen points back heading into the regular season finale at Indianapolis Motor Speedway so it's a start with out of those four guys with which to make it. no idea no idea seriously I am so confused Jimmy Johnson had a great first saying they had a great second segment hi again obviously has issues and all we keep talking about is.

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"nate ryan" Discussed on O'Reilly Auto Parts Pit Reporters

O'Reilly Auto Parts Pit Reporters

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on O'Reilly Auto Parts Pit Reporters

"Elliott didn't handling Kurt Busch Jimmie Johnson Kevin Harvard clip foyer drag because Kyle Busch. It's all going down July. Thirteenth quaker state four hundred presented by Walmart. He leaves coming to the checkers. He's GonNa win. It Kentucky again. Bar Air Starts Bluegrass Fish Not Kentucky's check out all of our show pages on Kgo. Oh p._R._N.. Dot Com to find archive shows more now back to the O. Reilly auto parts pit reporters with Brett McMillan welcome back. It's time now for our white flag laps and I up from N._B._C.. Sports Nate Ryan. Thanks Brett will I've heard Justin Austin Haley's win at Daytona described as a feel good story and I agree but I also think we probably won't know how good we really will feel about it until a few years from now and you will be remembered as the start of something big for Haley Inspire Motor sports or will be remembered as just a miraculous confluence of circumstances that produced an unbelievable blip during a season with a roster of overly familiar winners they can best be described as wrote in the short term. I don't think the win has legs because neither Haley or the team is going to make the playoffs. <hes> with driver and team are able to accomplish over the long term however and in the team's case I think there are valid questions about its viability. That was what will determine about you know whether we feel this was a feel good win and how Sunday's win ultimately be viewed. We'll set he had this stuff written down. I don't I the last few years I if I feel like the kid in class didn't do his homework. We'll find out how that works next up from NASCAR DOT COM's Jonah the Merriment Airman <hes> I'm GonNa Kinda waxed poetic here about a Hendrick motorsports. I think over the course of the season we've really seen that team evolve in really improve itself after last year which was a dismal year outside of Chase Elliott. We see him get the win. At Talladega we see teammate <hes> Alex Bowman. Get the win Chicago land. We've seen more consistency over the past couple of weeks from Jimmy Johnson. We have William Byron who starting to turn the corner go to some of these tracks with a second or third time. I really think Hendrick motorsports is <hes>. I think there are a couple rungs on the ladder from being in the Gibbs in Pinski discussion but I do feel like they're on the right track if they can win another race in with another driver before the playoffs. I'll solidify them as you know having just as good of odds as anybody in the playoff as listening to see a little bit more but super impressed with what I've seen out of them over the past couple of weeks did pretty good for not having done your homework. I'm going to talk together now yeah well that works Sarah Down through them but I post mine online well. It's always interesting to me how our memories of history often change to suit the argument that we're making this last summer. Daytona race is a perfect example beforehand and afterwards I kept hearing folks bemoaning the loss of this Great Nascar July fourth Saturday night tradition that they had grown up with <hes> if you're younger than twenty five grew up with it in fact the great tradition was running the race on in July Fourth at eleven o'clock in the morning. It didn't run at night until nineteen ninety eight somewhere along the line. Folks have missed the fact that in Florida in the summertime anytime after three o'clock in the afternoon. There's a pretty good chance that it's going to rain heck if they'd started the race at eleven o'clock on Sunday. We have gotten the entire race in next year. Indicates July Fourth Daytona gets the last week in August new members will be made at eventually adjusted. We'll talk next week..

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"nate ryan" Discussed on Garage Pass National Show

Garage Pass National Show

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on Garage Pass National Show

"With us thus than I talk your colleague Nate Ryan the Bristol s weekend. All right, everybody talks about wanted to have the old Bristol back. What is the old Bristol? Because I thought we had great ratio last weekend. I mean, we're talking off air old. Bristol is Jimmy Johnson getting wrecked in turn one by Robby, Gordon and his car coming to arrest the inside of turn one getting out of his car. And when Robby Gordon comes back around the track in front of hundred and forty thousand fans, or you know, how many was back in the stands back then and TV and everybody an Robby Gordon, Jimmy Johnson saluted Robby Gordon with one finger. That's not something that Jim. Johnson would have done in most cases. And you know, I can't recall any other time that Jimmy Johnson did that, you know, outside of the car inside the car, maybe. But outside the car in front of everybody and Jimmy Johnson was that upset and again, that's that was what old Bristol was now. Again, I think they're still cases where guys can get upset. It's it's it's you know, what the two lanes there's a little bit. There's more maneuverability. I I mean, I think I never thought, you know, I I saw it used to be the all ran at the bottom, and they just knocked the heck out of each other to make a pass. And then when they they made the change the track and suddenly there had two lanes. It's only go three wide at times. And I was like I thought that was something I would never see Bristol. And I thought that was really cool to see I don't have as much of a problem of being too too wide. And and not being maybe to some people like the old Bristol. I don't I don't, you know. I don't I don't I didn't. I never went to bristle go see a demolition derby. I wanted to go see that. I'd go to I would go to the county fairgrounds. And and wait for the county fair to come in. And the the locals to run in the demolition derby. I came to see racing. And you know, old new whatever, you know. I think this. I think this past weekend race was entertaining. There was a lot of things happening especially early in the race. A lot of things that kind of happened at the end that kind of change things up. I think there were a lot of different dynamics out there. And it was it was a fascinating race to watch from from a lot of different angles. And you know, what I what I don't think. Anybody put anything? Anybody wrecked? Anybody? And so still pretty pretty darn good race in that sense. Lewis again off the year. We would talking the cars today are not like the cars used to be. You don't wanna cut down a tire. They're the front ends of the cars are much more sensitive. There's not as much built up back in the old days. You you could bangel day long. You know and move somebody out of the way you move someone out of the way today, you're gonna take self out at the same time. So you you just can't it was a wrestling match up into the the real Coliseum and that was a death match. So we do that. Hundred days of opening ceremonies in Rome for that. But just today it it's hurting somebody. You know, it sounds like you're gonna hurt me more than it's gonna hurt you. So you gotta be very careful there not not to put a put offender on somebody. And I think that's why it's not the old Bristol. Well, I thought there was there was a lot of drama. I mean, you'd see guys would have you know, you know, it would take guys awhile to get by guys. But they didn't have to wreck them to get by it. So you had a lot of drama there. I thought it was interesting. We got out of the end of the race. And you know, you had the Pinski cars made a decision. They were running up front. They made a decision to come down at Pitt. And I thought it was an interesting decision with that few elapsed left. I wasn't sure that people are going to be you know, the that Kyle Busch Kurt Busch. Those guys.

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"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Welcome to NASCAR NBC podcast. I'm your host Nate Ryan. This is part two of our conversation with Jeff Burton on the state of NASCAR in two thousand nineteen hopefully already heard part one. If you didn't go back and listen right now, lots of good feedback for the mayor's thoughts on many things and that continues here in part two. We talk NASCAR economics salary caps and the conundrum of using rules to save money. We also talk about the two thousand nineteen rules package with lower horsepower. And why Jeff thanks it could work and also how he'll know if it doesn't work and we also talk about short tracks and the twenty twenty schedule ambient, two important caveats. Here we tape this a few weeks ago. And that was before this week's big announcement that NASCAR will conduct post race inspection at track and strip winds from drivers this year. I know Jeff has. Many thoughts on that. And maybe I'll see if he graciously will return to discuss that when the inevitable disqualification controversy happens later this year. And also this is recorded before the recent test of the new rules at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, though. I think that's less noticeable because Jeffs analysis is pressure as always, and he actually intimidated some of what drivers and teams would say at that test. So let's get right to it. We'll kick it off. With Jeff's thoughts on the financial state of NASCAR in twenty nineteen there. We talked a little bit about NASCAR being entrance tuition. And obviously a big theme from twenty eighteen and going into twenty nineteen is how it's finding its footing financially both from team business model perspective and the perspective of this new structure of sponsorship that nascar's talking about title sponsor, essentially changing into a multi tiered thing that involved tracks and teams UC Jeff with.

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"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"So no today, we've talked about this for years drivers, really athletes ridiculous. Also, in my opinion, you know, Auburn athletes ridiculous conversation, but people won't have it. So that's what drivers are today. They are more. They train like athletes. They study like athletes they prepare like athletes, they watch film, like athletes, it they have coaches like athletes that has changed in does that makes them less relatable to some people. Yeah. It also should make them more relatable to some people some people that are are that love sports that would make that guy more relatable to that person. So, you know, yes, you know, my son being eighteen years old is a good example. You know, he's a senior in high school. You know, you hear these stories about, you know, the the gymnasts that you know, or the swimmers that get up in the morning swim that go to school. They they go back to the pool. They were they come home at nine o'clock at night. They do their home. They do their homework. They go to sleep at eleven. They get up and do it again next day. That's my son. That's what his life is. Does that make him less relatable to a guy? That would be thirty years old that works. You know, changing tires at an auto repair store and then races on the weekend. Does that make him less relatable to some people? Yeah. But it makes them more relatable to a whole group of young people. You know, I don't know how to I don't know how to judge that. But clearly clearly the role of a race car driver today is completely different than it was twenty five thirty years ago. There is no doubt about that. If you're doing it correctly today. So that wraps up part one of our state of NASCAR two thousand nineteen podcast with Jeff Burton. Stay tuned next Wednesday when we will have part two which will touch on the economics of NASCAR the health of the team business model the outlook for the new rules of the two thousand nineteen season that will mean lower horsepower and higher downforce the chances of short-track revival. With the cheddar around Nashville fairgrounds speedway possibly making a return to a NASCAR national series. And what's ahead for the two thousand twenty schedule. This was a ninety plus minutes discussion over two parts. So are many thanks to the mayor. Jeff Burton for giving us so much of his time. And I hope you're enjoying his insight. The NASCAR on NBC podcast is available on apple podcasts. Stitcher Google play. Spotify. I want to say a big thanks to all of you who left reviews on apple podcasts after I shamelessly. Beg for them. The past two episodes, those reviews are much appreciated and also sincere gratitude for the kind words for the two part series on the earnhardt's racing. The two thousand one Rolex twenty four hours at Daytona. I got a lot of positive feedback for those episodes, which really meant a lot because so much time and effort went into them. And I thought they turned out. Well, but it was extremely validating. Hear that from the people who matter the most that's you the listeners. So thanks if you have any feedback as always you can send to me on Twitter. At Nate Ryan is my handle again next week. We'll have part two of our state of NASCAR two thousand nineteen with Jeff Burton and on Wednesday February thirteenth there'll be a new episode with Austin Dillon defending winner of the Daytona five hundred we just recorded that this week. And I think you're going to enjoy that conversation as well. So there is much to come. But in the meantime, thanks again for listening to the NASCAR on NBC debts..

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"nate ryan" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Which move onto director Jacob do. You have the list of directors nominated this year. Do I do? Indeed, best director, Spike, Lee, black klansman. Pardon me, polish listeners Poel public hausky Cold War your go slant. The most favorite Affonso Koran Roma and Adam McKay, vice I'm very surprised Ryan cooler did not get an Amish in for Black Panther. I'm almost always apprised when a film gets a best picture nom. But not a best director nomination. Because even though you know, films are the result of two team effort. But the director is the person who's the head of that team. They're they're pushing everything Ford. It's always weird to me when this happens where it's like. Yeah. That film was great. But let's not let's not mention the director. So I'm just I'm a little surprised that if they were going to go all out and nominate Black Panther. Why not I'm Nate Ryan cooler too. Because in Ryan Kugler in his very short career has already proven. He's he's the real deal. He's only made three films so far. But you know there. They've all been like critical raves. So I am a little surprised that he didn't get a nomination and other topic. I always felt it was weird that the producers received the best picture awards and not the filmmaker. I I know that's how it's always been. But like, I don't know it just seems I wanna take like in theory. It's like without them, the movie wouldn't exist because they paid for it. But I always felt that was weird too. I wonder if it's veteran of the the Hollywood classics studio system in which directors were more work calluses were courses than the producers. What else in the best director like Jacob? I know you were talking about Bradley Cooper. Yeah. I think probably Cooper's as glaring his Black Panther and Ryan cougar because you know, stars born it's been one of the front runner favorites for since middle of last year. And the kademi traditionally loves actors turned directors like Robert Redford, and Kevin Costner and all these people like tons of wards moment in actor says I wanted to wrecked and stars warrants. Also good movie and said well directed movie for the most part so him not being here. Even though stars born kgo eight nominations is very strange. It's not like they snug Bradley Cooper, he's nominee for best actor he's nominated for his work on the screenplay and he's producers, so he's so he's nominated for best picture. So he is doing quite well, he has a reason to celebrate today. But Bradley Cooper, not being here is very strange, especially since you know, this is one of the front is one of the big movies. And I think that they're I think there are directors on this list who shouldn't be human Bradley Cooper should be. That's. But you know, what I I guess I'm I'm just shocked that the academy did not see pretending to nominate inactive for directing. Because it's happened so often. Yeah, this is probably one of the biggest snubs for me. Like, I I didn't even love that movie. But like his as his direct to'real debut like it was just so impressive. But at least at least Peter Farley was not nominated in his place. Right. Chris. Yes. This is technically a snub snub. I'm okay with Peter Farley or ferrelli over. It's pronounced he directed green book and green book has been having quite an award season where it's racking up awards. Even though the residents of film Twitter seemed to be outraged at this. And so it's seems like a given that he was going to get this best director nomination, buddy. Didn't. And I don't know if that's because that article came out that revealed in the past he. I would expose himself as a quote unquote joke, but maybe that played apart. And yet at the same time the screenwriter got into a lot of hot water to for his comments, but he got nominated..

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"nate ryan" Discussed on Raceline Radio

Raceline Radio

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on Raceline Radio

"Dean Cameron, Ricky tater imported from IndyCars Andretti autosport squad. Former Indy five hundred winner, Alex Rossi. So once again back into the Daytona media center, we go and some Rolex twenty four preview sound with Castro Neves and friends on race line radio. So gentlemen, let's start. We'll just go down the row here. Real quick. Dane. Yes. Excited to be here for tells nineteen year two for accuracy and Penske program. Unfortunately, still stuck with Toyota. So. Exactly. A lot of good support here in the six car, but we learned a ton in our in our first season. So I think we're really kind of ready to hit the ground running in make a big push championship for wanna all right. One. Your thoughts. You know is excited to be back. I think you know, with the retail of the P and everything to with the feel I mean with fuel consumption and everything I think is going to be a much better race package this year. And I think for us it's going to be a plus we're hoping it's going to be a plus. So we'll see what happens, you know, pretty excited to be here in Dane said mid on to be with him. But it's okay. Rickie? How about yourself? Nice to be back in Daytona, obviously. Nice. The you know, we aren't the only ones learning after last year, we were the only ones with a new car. So now, we can continue that learning process, and we're kind of in that development mode already and all the other teams are are having to type pick that back up again. So I think looking forward to learning a bit more throughout the weekend. And and can't wait for them the month. Right, alex. When we go to you here. Quick welcome to him. So other than that normal question. Just the change from any car coming over this year. What are your thoughts on that? Don't really have any yet. I'll let you more no more of this afternoon. But yeah, I mean, it's been great to to get started working with accurate Team Penske, and these guys next to me in super helpful in welcoming from day one, and we had a test here a couple of weeks ago, or I got some time in the car. And I think it was pretty successful. I mean, there's a lot more systems on this car than you're managing on IndyCar. So it was understanding that and and what you need to go fast. So you know, I feel like we've we've got a good package all around with with the team and drivers and hopefully through this weekend. We can continue to develop it and executed in the month. All right and Elliott your thoughts coming into your two in the series. Yeah. It's great to be back finally to nineteen years. So that we can star racing and driving obviously, along with everybody said it's great to be back again with acronym Penske, so many things that we develop during the off season. Obviously now is hopefully able to delivery now with different the rules. The PI in Olympia too. There is a law new as well into the series. But in the end of the day, we are knowing charter now, Alex join us with coming here to help us out. The good news is using the same seats as Graham. So we don't have to change much. So it's kind of like fit right in so excited for the this Rolex twenty four and hopefully, hopefully, they'll get the result that we deserve Nate Ryan NBC sports one for you. So you interacting with Alexandra yesterday in the garage, obviously, a long history there you guys being connected to your careers..

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"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Welcome astronaut Nissim podcast. I'm your host Nate Ryan today here at the Daytona International Speedway media center, where I am joined by a three time Indianapolis five hundred winner and also a Rolex twenty four participant illegal Castro. Neves Eliot, thanks for being here. Really? Appreciate hey. Thank you for having me here. So happy to be back. I can tell. It's sexually people don't realize that race cards sort of you know, addictive people. And and we cannot do it anywhere. It's not like a playing soccer or football or baseball in the backyard or in any place, you'll find you know, it's even that sometimes you like I can go those Ranko rental, go karts. It's not the same. You know what I mean? But anyway, it's it's great when you come to a place that that jobs, actually, also pleasure. And and that's why I'm excited to be here. And for the second straight year, your fulltime in sports cars, so you have a little bit more free time. I guess right. But you'd probably like racing maybe a little bit more longer schedule. Love to be reading. I still keep in bogging RPM say, okay. Maybe we can do a little more races the car, you know, it's already there the cars there. So at today's weird doing the five hundred and then I believe we might be doing us while the Indy grand prix as well. So we did that last year Racal rap. Okay. But here we are. We're here for the roar at the Rolex twenty four where you're testing. For the big race Rolex twenty four coming up in a few weeks. This is your second start in this race. How did the first year ago, and I guess didn't win so obviously didn't meet expectations. But I think he finished ninth. Unfortunately result does not translate what the performance was was because we were leading the race about one or two o'clock in the morning in the lead. And I wasn't a car. In fact, when it happens we there was only two cars on the lead lap. And we're about to lap the third place. Unfortunately, the guy spun out factual Philippine Asser intern three he spun out as I was passing through the camera Di knock catch that. So as well a specimen through so I kind of like clip his front nose which straight him out, but send me to the to the barrier. Unfortunately, damaged our radiator. Anyway, he continued finished second. And we were twenty nine twenty eight laps down. But we were having a very good experience. Everybody. Amazing job special for being I raised for Acura. But obviously this racist not about being fast. It's not about. You know, being the best he's about to survive, and we didn't so, but it was a great season to know everyone. Now, I know who I race against which is that's the biggest challenge. Sometimes sometimes you're going to a place, and you don't know if the guy less Minh is going to chop you or his going to be dirty. You're at you. You know, there was a little bit of understanding who you race and and vice versa. They know a little bit about us as well. So now, we're getting started year two for Acura Team Penske, as you mentioned Roger Penske getting back into sports cars last year. And you got a little bit of wrinkle this year you've got a teammate Alexander Rossi new on your your car who drives for a rival IndyCar team. It's a sport. But it's going to be your buddy for the next three week. It's so funny. I mean Graham Ray how did a phenomenal job last year for us. And it's amazing because this guy's special race against those guys. I mean, I was twenty years in the in the car. Last year was the first year that I wasn't a fulltime season but old guys compete against. So you don't actually, you know, them as your competitor. Right. And all of a sudden when they join forces at you, you kind of like what to expect him. So Graham was actually amazing. We had a great time. Unfortunately, because he's too big. He's say even satis will happen, and he tax me as a nominee. I just wasn't feeding Costa which understand I mean when discards are not not very easy to get in. And well, they went they will win out there and find the second stall driver, which is Alex what it's just okay? Because he's his actually you start Alex as well. Great first breakfast, we have here..

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"nate ryan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Announcement of Daniel Suarez will dry for Stewart Haas racing in the number forty one Ford in two thousand nineteen more Nate Ryan on NBC S N that he was in a really dark place for about a month of last season. After he found out that he wasn't gonna be driving the number eighteen in the future. Martin tricks junior. The two thousand seventeen Cup series champion, of course, coming over to Gibbs racing and taking Daniels ride Daniel said he didn't really have a lot of knowledge going in to that situation ahead of time. And he learned about it virtually everybody else did. So as he put it for about a month. He was kind of an angry person. And and I think feeling like, hey, what's going to happen here? And I did all this work to get to nascar's premier series. Will I be able to stay and fortunately for him after that month passed and things started falling in a place that was with let him here to Stewart Haas racing where he got named the driver of the forty one today and how unusual? Is it for a driver, especially with Daniels? Relative lack of experience at the Cup level to make a lateral move at such a high level. I mean from Joe Gibbs racing Stewart Haas racing. That's pretty big. Well, you know what? It does seem unusual, but there is a template here. And and it's right there in a Stewart Haas racing teammate for Daniels for is an Eric Merola. He, of course, came over to drive the number ten car last year and became a winner instant playoff contender reached the third round. So I think for Daniels, whereas it is a little bit unique to go from one powerhouse NASCAR Cup team in Joe Gibbs racing to another in Stewart Haas racing. But I think his expectations are very high. I think he thinks that the twenty one thousand nine rules package. We'll we'll help him. He mentioned the all star race and the Pocono race last year as in which he felt like he did. Well, so I think Daniels whereas looks at his teammate at Stewart Haas racing now in America thinks that the seasonal Merola had last year in two thousand eighteen winning and then making the playoffs that could be something that could happen for games. Whereas maybe getting that first Cup win here in his third season in two thousand nineteen. Sees the.

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"nate ryan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Daniel Suarez will drive for Stewart Haas racing and the number forty one forty two thousand nineteen more. From Nate Ryan on NBC S N that he was in a really dark place for about a month of last season. After he found out that he wasn't gonna be driving the number eighteen in the future. Martin tricks junior. The two thousand seventeen Cup series champion, of course, coming over to Gibbs racing and taking Daniels. Right. Daniel said he didn't really have a lot of knowledge going in to that situation ahead of time. And he learned about it virtually when everybody else did. So as he put it for about a month. He was kind of an angry person. And I think feeling like, hey, what's going to happen here? And I did all this work to get to nascar's premier series. Will I be able to stay and fortunately for him after that month passed and things started falling in a place that was with led him here to Stewart Haas racing where he got named the driver of the forty one today and how unusual? Is it for a driver, especially with Daniels? Relative lack of experience at the Cup level to make a lateral move at such a high level. I mean from Joe Gibbs racing Stewart Haas racing. That's pretty big. Well, you know, what it does seem unusual? But there is a template here and the and it's right there in a Stewart Haas racing teammate for Daniels. Whereas and Eric Merola he, of course, came over to drive the number ten car last year and became a winner instant playoff contender reached the third round. So I think for Daniels whereas it is a little bit unique to go from one powerhouse NASCAR Cup team. Joe Gibbs racing to another in Stewart Haas racing. But I think he's expectations are very high. I think he thinks that the twenty thousand nine rules package. We'll we'll help him. He mentioned the all star race and the Pocono race last year is racism, which he felt like he did. Well, so I think Daniels whereas looks at his teammate at Stewart Haas racing now in Eric Rolon. Thanks, the the seasonal Merola had last year in two thousand eighteen winning and then making the playoffs. That could be something that could happen for games. Whereas maybe getting that first couple in here in his third season in two thousand nineteen. The.

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