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"nate ryan" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

"Burton's. GO SPINNING RECKON DOWN HERE NASCAR home tracks. This could be your whole track what's happening. It wasn't that rehearsal. Can we all admit by the way that radio style broadcast just means. We're GONNA yell a lot. It's going to be like listen we got we got somehow show why we gave Dale so much money. I guess we have to do something with them. Like thank you like there's a chance he might yell sloppy job. Let's do radio style. Everybody exactly <hes> man you know what's going through my head right now months of pizza. I hope that that song ridiculous the best. Let's talk about the podcast all right so <hes> Nate Ryan the N._B._C. Nascar N._B._C. podcast first off <hes> boy he needs better pacing in his show very very dry really very nick. That is so many podcast nowadays there I I listen to. I don't listen to a lot of them but whenever they have like a thing we're like oh here. These are the top podcasts I'll go and I'll listen to a little bit of them because I want to see if they're any different you know and there's so many of them where it's like the podcast like true crime so and they'll just start. They'll just starting to be like the true crime podcast and then somebody would be like chain didn't know what to say. She walked down. There and it's like this totally just a person reading and I'm like why does anybody WANNA listen to this like I don't get it at all. I mean it's not it's not good acting. It's not natural and so what do you have because whenever you watch any T._v.. Show you're looking for one or two good things or to thanks looking for good acting or that appeals natural or you're looking for people who are acting naturally and saying natural things and so. I don't get it like every single pocket. They're all produced by N._P._R.. And all of them or like there's your answer. Bob went for a walk in the woods and you try to listen to N._p._R.. Radio that's all it happens dude. It's just dry and I can understand if it's a one person the united them per one person podcast before it's rough it's rough but but we're radio professionals so we know how to inflict. We know what can do this. It's not public radio. We know how to inflict. We know what we want to listen to how he wanted delivered and what we don't don't want yeah so these people don't yeah it's so late number one rankings on I tunes and they think they're king kingship a fucking mountain exact so it's not a great thing so so but Ryan is so his I'll have to listen to it. It's a it's a little bit dry. It's not that bad though I would hope it's not terrible but it's it's one of those things where he had a script ripped and he had a where he was going to go because it was all pre-tape interviews with with the people so he knew what he wants to get to and go from there and it was very very the editing could have been better to put a little music in the background Middle Combination Pizza Hut and Taco anyway. That'd be awesome <hes> so the the this one caught my eye the rise fall and rebirth J._C..

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"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR America

"GONNA fix this weekend at Pocono. Do you remember the phone call when you got it. Yeah it was Brett. Actually you know anytime you're talking to Brett. You're talking to Tony Yeah okay. I understand percents <hes> Danny and Ohio Danny. What's on your mind? Hey how's it going guys. I'll make it quick shortens quick. I hope Kosh all your dad race on dirt nineteen sixty four yes sir I wanNA know I wanNA know for Clinton when he would CR CR days who had to better per from your sponsors Cheerios or Jack Daniels. I can't believe you had to ask that question. Cereal van Ooh rich you or junior. That's still a no brainer but go ahead that we asked you say four dirt trade all answer that very easily Jack Daniels was probably one of the most air <music> avenue best sponsors I've ever had in my life that thing said it was no question that I was the guy that flipped upside down and finish on fire and everybody's so that's the driver of the Games cards it still say that to happen and then Richard tells me about cheerios. I love Cheerios. Everybody's first meal is a Cheerio but that being said it was definitely my Rehab Django sponsor accuser handle all your calls after show coming up next Nate Ryan what more critic twitter questions for that guy what boyer that's coming up next and Kyle last night victory junction gang camp what a special evening for everyone there tell us what was going on but was there with <hes> Richard Petty motorsports vic sponsors his car and as a partner on his car all the N._B._C. guys there you see rutledge he was. They're doing some stuff. The Rick Allen John Barnes came down so a lot and the car. Was There N._B._C.. Economy there last night and the kids love the N._B._C. car wasn't there's this guy. Can I have an invite I bring cash. I want to shoot yeah. We'll have popcorn record and I wanna go yeah yeah yeah. No call me. I tell me down right. I mean that was Nass Carnival last night and that's all coming by the way nature that means it's time for let me say this part to greediness greetings welcome to Nascar America Debrief Nate Ryan here with Martin Snyder a loves petty and Tyler rettig greetings readings greetings Jeff always loves it when I say greetings readings show with greetings didn't believe there you go. He's there you go all right fast. Let me say this Greens. Just what track do you feel. You have the best chance of winning at to lock into the playoffs pocono Glenn Michigan. We only got ninety seconds original fair readings Justin so upcoming best one Pocono the next one every day.

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"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR America

"On we'll get to you in our post show, but we want to welcome Nate Ryan to the fray today. What's happening in the let me say this hashtag, let me say say this starts up at research, Monday question for jail amending or IMSA has great racing AJ Dinger. What is something from the sports car world you'd like to see NASCAR implement. Oh, that's a good. I'm not ready for that. Good one commercial talk in the middle of an answer. As isn't it? It's it's just such different racing. So try to implement something is tough to do. What what makes that so different than anything else? There's just multiple classes going. So there's always passing now maybe not for position. But there's always some sort of racing action. And that's at at run the Rolex twenty four race. Whether I've been in a prototype car. My first twelve years or GT car the last two there's always racing going on. So. I don't know how to implement something. But it's just it is fantastic. Because there is recently. Maybe thirty more cars. Let me say this Ryan, do you think Orson fans should start to worry about his started the season, or do you think you can turn it around think? Yeah. Look how many races thirty six seventy. So I mean, you've got eighty percent of the whatever it is. Yeah. Can you turn it around? They can turn it around. They need to start the one car in comparison to what Kurt Busch is doing. That's what they're look worse than what it really is. Okay. Lyle Unger junior. Nascar is finally listening to lifelong fans and putting the best tracks and the chase. Can't wait to see. Bristol says chase playoffs. Play. It's called the chase thing. Let's move on to our friend Marvin blue who wants to know about driver intro songs. What song would you guys come out to obviously you've come out to us on what what's your song? At Bristol, your driver. Inter I change it up. You have to keep it fresh. So whether I was a rat mood that day, or you know, I mean way to us on what what's your song? At Bristol, your driver. Inter I change it up. You have to keep it fresh. So whether I was a rat mood that day, or you know, I mean way Bristol was I'd go in sync. It's tearing up. So he's thinking this way. Do you ever? You never got to do what he's talking about. What would you think not long black veil or something? I mean something seeing that for show that is some sad quick thing. How bad is? I don't have anything. They do. They do it for the expanded racist to. Nope. Rich. Here's it out to a Dolly Parton. I think I would play I prefer Lombok Bill. Darren wants to know or actually as a comment about the forty eight. Let's not get excited about how the forty eight ran at Texas Motor Speedway. AJ? What was different from the earlier mile and a half tracks for the forty eight. And he completely different car. They say twenty run they say PJ one is savior. Yeah. No, no. But they brought a completely different cars. Yes. Question. Who sent that in Darren there? And here's what happened. They didn't do anything. They just counted on them putting PJ one now, and they went down there and said, we'll run better. Okay. Chasm der Corey with all four Joe Gibbs racing drivers doing well. What do you see in Christopher bells Cup future? This is a part of the question. So many getting booted out who is the weakest getting out for bell in. Okay. And then finally, let's wrap up hashtag. Let me say this with an animal, Mr.. Chilin? Yeah. I'm talking about. That loves KP ranch as well. Thank you visited every Wednesday motor wins. New motormouth tickles. This next. We're headed to YouTube. Check us out there. See then.

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"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Nick. Year, and they need. I have a sponsor that will come to four or five aces with me as the driver, then I'll do that for them to fill the schedule. But I have no ambition at all to come to full time. I have no ambition at all to come to radio. Because if I'm going to miss time from home, I wanna have my butt in this seat. Right. I don't wanna come back and do this. We look NASCAR has enough guys on radio and TV to call the races. I did that I did speech Anna for ten years with trackside. I did all that. It was great. It was fun. I don't want to miss that time just doing that. I've had that offer. I've already had people call me then wants me to come do. Then I just don't want to do that. I I'm very busy and very involved with the next chapter in my life already from the travel ball organization, we have started and we have two hundred and forty kids there, and we're working on scholarships to try to get kids off the streets and give them opportunity to come in and teach them health and nutrition in baseball and softball, and gymnastics and basketball in some type of outlet other than just standing on the street. Corner. I have a lot of passion in that as a coach. And that's what I want to do. All right. Well, I can respect that your insight. Your presence will be very much missed watching volved immature into the crew. You've had you glad to reshape being reshaped. That now I can sit at home and watch you guys. What are y'all talking about fatigue, which you can just critique us? Thanks for having me, man. Hey, man. I really appreciate you being here. The NASCAR NBC podcast is available on apple podcast, Google play Stitcher Spotify if you can leave us rating review and apple podcasts, it really helps us out and any feedback. You can send me on Twitter. At Nate Ryan is my handle thanks again. For listening to the NASCAR NBC cast..

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"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Welcome to the NASCAR ABC podcast. I'm your host Nate Ryan today here at NASCAR plaza fourth-floor in one of the radio rooms were I am joined by NASCAR president, Steve Phelps, Steve, thanks for being here. My pleasure is great to be here. Nate his awkward at all to hear the word president and for your name ads. Absolutely. So not used to it at all. So I used to have a title that was really, really, really long, the longest title in all of NASCAR. So just to hear the one word and have it be presidents, it's pretty cool. You beat out Steve O'Donnell for August title. He talks about a light by a wide margin was global veep global market ABC, global sheaf adva-. Remember it was marketing media, global sales, the bunch of different things in there. We should give you some time here because I'm talking to you. Your ficials start. Date was October first, right? It was. This would be day eighteen of St. Phelps as. Asker president. So I mean county. I should probably every day. I should probably prep is everything I say here by, hey, you've only been on the job all of two and a half weeks, but do you enter this job Steve, knowing exactly what needs to be done having been a part of the organization for now in your fourteenth year or or is it a big enough shift in responsibilities that you're spending some time getting your bearings at this point? I think it's it's a huge advantage actually, having been in this sport, I know the players, teams tracks, drivers sponsors, media partners. It gives me a significant advantage been able to participate in mistakes that have been made participate in things that we've done. Well, have a lot of learnings learn from, you know what? Mike has done previously in that what Brent has done and now being the chair and putting my own stamp on things and how I believe things should move forward, but a huge huge advantage to being here fourteen seasons and we were just talking before we got started Steve. The your day to day included something called garage talk, which is this is a weak. Kley event in which NASCAR executive sort of meat? No doubt weekly. Okay. It is not weekly, yes. So it's essentially a town hall, and so we've got different offices. We have offices in New York, obviously here in Charlotte, concord, headquartered in Daytona Beach. We have an alley offices. Well, one up and con over. So it's we have different folks all over the country much like we do with our racing. And so it's just an opportunity or tool for us to get together and have a discussion about what's going on. So yesterday's garage talk was centered around three main areas. One twenty nineteen planning and making sure our employee base knows the direction that we're going in as a sport so they can communicate it to business partners or other folks in the industry. The second part was around competition, so I was the host. I interviewed Steve O'Donnell. I'm a terrible interviewer on maverick. It'd asking questions I, I've hopefully far better an answering them talked about competition in eighteen what to expect with the rules package in nineteen. We made the change. You know what's a tapered spacer? You know, one aero package seven fifty five fifty where it's happening, why it's happening and then a little bit into the future. What are the opportunities for you know, new Williams, or you know, agend seven car or relevance. What is that look like versus where Dedaye? So he give nice overview that and then some questions and then brought Joe Gregory up who's our who's our CMO VPN Simone, she'd talked about where we are with the playoffs. And from a marketing perspective, our partnership with NBC working with the race tracks around this idea of something we call project horsepower which is essentially looking at two KPI's of attendance in and ratings or consumption over also. And then some questions there in that was our that was our deal. It was it's a lot of fun and a little bit of a different format than what we've done in the past. Again, I'm not a very good host, but I- model my way through it. It is a lot harder to be the interviewer. Then the interviewee I find, I think this underrated skill that one that I'm still developing a couple of questions..

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"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Welcome to the NASCAR NBC podcast. I'm your host Nate Ryan today. A NASCAR ABC podcast. I, we are taping this on the water at gangplank marina in Washington DC it were. I am on the boat owned by the guest who is Ramsey Poston Ramsey. Thanks for having me. Welcome to Sojourner at the gangplank marina who's gonna ask you if this boat had a name, so journalists than Sojourner is the name. Terrific. The reason I want to have you on of course, is that you have a pretty long extensive background in NASCAR PR work both for the sanctioning body as a consultant for some teams. Some owners want to get in all that, but let's us I start with your background Ramsey your family was involved in politics from this area here in Washington DC. Tell us how you came about being a your consultant. I was wanna raise tear in Washington, DC, and from a young age was interested in politics gotten. Volved in working in a lot of campaign works. I get to travel around the country and live in a lot of different communities from southeast Iowa to Flint, Michigan Montgomery, Alabama, Seattle, Washington, Pennsylvania, took me a lot of places to do campaign work and campaign work is fascinating because there's an end result you're going to know at the end of this process, how you did and how your candidate did. But more importantly, the fascinating thing about campaigns is you learn about people and their cultures and their subcultures, whether they live in the deep south or in the iron belt or out west, were the same and were different. But you kinda get into those subcultures and it's really interesting and and I do anytime I have an opportunity to talk to young people wondering what to do. I always encourage them to get involved with a political campaign, whether democrat Republican independent. There's no other place that gives you better experience and the ability to understand Americans and who we are and what makes us tick, and that informs your view about how to communicate to them when you meet people from all walks of life and places in the country that tells you how to talk to them. Yeah. And at the end of the day, people were were all most interested in in our self interest whether we wanted minute or not. Right? Wh-what affects us, how does a policy help our our harm us and and you end. So if you're in Iowa, you really get a perspective of the farmers and what farmers go to and and their trials and tribulations go to Flint Michigan. You're going to hear a lot from the auto workers and what it's like to work in a factory. You know you, you understand what a third shift is. I would not have learned that naturally in Washington DC. All of these things I can already tell drawing this into the top that we're going to spend most of our time onto the when when we think of NASCAR, and we think of the tapestry of. NASCAR fans. I mean, certainly you're thinking one people across the country, but also certainly a blue-collar bent to that basis. Well, in the third shift, factory workers did so did all of that work kind of inform your views coming into working in racing as crossover between messaging and politics and working relations there and doing it in in the racing envir- when I first came over to NASCAR, the most frequent question I got was, why would you leave politics for sports? And I noticed very quickly that there's a real crossover in a parallel between politics and sports and especially NASCAR, which is so fanned dependent, and you know, in in sports NASCAR, you'll always want to make non-fans casual fans and casual fans avid fans, and it's just like that in politics, you, you know, you have your core voters and you have what people hear the phrase all the time about a swing voter. You won't make those swing voters core. Voters as well. So a lot of the process, the same, a lot of parallels, the tug of war between NASCAR trying to reach and we hear it, especially today as much as we did when you were still heavily involved in the sanctioning body side more than a decade ago about that satisfying different constituencies here where you have the old guard traditional..

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"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Welcome to the hassard embassy podcast on your host. Nate Ryan today here at expanding playoff media day where I am joined by Christopher bell from Joe Gibbs racing. Thanks for being here. Crisper. Thanks for having me. All right, pre she had it. So in the research I did for this Christopher, I was looking at your background and I'm just struck and how many similarities there are with Kyle. Larson you guys are kind of inextricably linked, not just from the chili bowl, battle that you won this year, but the way you followed in his footsteps literally in some cases with teams you've been on. So I just want to talk about your background and how it's similar to his and coming up through dirt racing. She give some credit to the open red podcast. You have been on there twice and had a lot of interesting things to say about where you came from. And the first one ask you about is you start out running micros sprints. Is that right in Oklahoma when you were eleven or twelve? What is the Oklahoma racing scene? Like? I know obviously there's the chili bowl and Tulsa, but was it like growing up? Did you grow up in Norman? Yeah. So I actually started race. Saying at six, it was my first year racing, so the micro seen in Oklahoma is is actually, or it was really big. There were race tracks spread out all over Oklahoma, and you know it's kinda headlined by Tulsa shootout, which is actually it's at the same venue, same racetrack as the chili bowl. It's just run a couple of weeks earlier. So the micro scene is really big in Oklahoma. That's where I cut my teeth growing up. And you know, I, I lived in Oklahoma until I was sixteen years old, and then I actually moved to Hyatt's run sprint cars. There's not as big as Microsoft racing is in Oklahoma, which are basically miniature sprint cars. There's really no sprint car stuff in Oklahoma. Right? I was surprised. You didn't run a sprint, cartoon, seventeen sixteen. Yep. So there's no spreaker racing in Oklahoma and you see it time and time. Again, there's a ton of professional racecar drivers that come out of Oklahoma. You have most recently Brady bacon, myself, and then moving on forward Andy, Helen. Berg is, you know, a really famous from car driver ran with the world of. Laws Darryn Pitman Shane Stewart. There's a ton of sprint car racers that make a living in the sport, but all of them get out of Oklahoma there from Oklahoma, really, there's no smirk are racing there, so you have to kind of move out. So I moved to Ohio lived in Ohio for, I think, a year or so, and then moved to Indiana to pursue my racing career. But yeah, so I grew up in Oklahoma, and then I, I got out of their my middle teen years and sort of weird because there's no weekly seen in your native state, but yet the chili bowl, one of the probably what two or three most prestigious events in the entire sprint car willed is is based in tolls. Yeah, it's crazy man, the the chili bowl, that's that's really what they got. There's no weekly, sprint car in the outlaws come in, you know, once every other year so and have one race a year there. One racist every two years or so. But yeah, there's there's no smart curry Senate, Oklahoma, it's a shame, but I did grow up microscopes in there..

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"nate ryan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Chastain will make three xfinity series starts in, the number forty two, DC solar Chevrolet beginning September. First at Darlington he will also compete at Las Vegas and. Richmond on Thursday NASCAR announced some rule changes for the. Extensively and gander outdoor truck series beginning in. Two thousand nineteen the series will have a maximum of thirty eight cars starting each race down from forty in two thousand eighteen the rules for playoff eligibility and playoff bonus points have also changed for both the extended. And truck. Series here's Nate Ryan of NBC, s. n. yeah it's an interesting. Change, your belts actually what it, means is I it's a, little bit convoluted but there are owner and driver championships Theory and potentially making. It so. That if your team you quit, a Cup driver in your car. And, they win a race you, can't have that Nikki you're, eligible for the championship in the playoffs Earn playoff points that way Now way of ensuring that they've already put, limits on Cup. Drivers racing inexpedient crock date they really can't do that for most beer and can't do it. In the playoff championship situation sort of closed a loophole giving allow the kings to win the lesser owners. Championship with Cup drivers out so I just kind of a continuation of the rules that they've already put the place that involvement of truck drivers Huge Looking ahead to the racing. Weekend the extremity series runs at wrote American Wisconsin on Saturday in the Johnson. Ville one, eighty the Camping. World truck playoffs begins in Bowmanville Ontario, Canada Sunday with a Chevrolet Silverado to..

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"nate ryan" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"I can't understand the views. Those I disagree with. We will look for your work and your writing at the Atlantic and elsewhere the book. Thank you for coming in and them tonight. Thank you. Zachary would our guest tonight coming up. There's something in the air. This evening from west to east across this country. That actually explains a lot when we continue. We're back with the last thing before we go tonight and we sure hope you're having a good summer wherever home is or wherever your vacation travels may take you in this part of the world. People have been complaining about the weather this summer as if there is someone to blame for the most rain during July in a decade and the marred weekend stretching into the dog days of August. And yet there's this during those sunny days, though, sparkling cloudless, sunny summer days along the east coast here from New York on up to Massachusetts. And for that matter through the rest of New England, when you look up the sky, these days has a grey cast. The air is not sparkling clear, and it's because of the wildfires out west. It is just another measure of very dramatic one of the destruction and the suffering that this summer has brought the Rockies and California we have for you the US forest service map of large incidents by there. Definition. These are fires currently being fought in the west, including the latest explosive fire in glacier, national park in Montana, national weather service, satellite imagery tracks the smoke from the west to the east across our country, and sure enough. It catches a ride on the jet stream and it's responsible for what seems like high cloud cover, even on sunny days in these parts, the smoke dissipates as it's blown out over the Atlantic. And here is another aspect of the summer of twenty eighteen in the northeast. A lot of folks perhaps don't realize the spectacular sunsets in their vacation photos out east are because of the particulate matter in the air in effect the fallout from this disastrous wildfire season out west that is our broadcast on a Monday night as we start a new week together. Thank you so very much for being here with us and good night from NBC news, headquarters in New York. Hi, I'm Nate Ryan host of the NASCAR NBC podcast every week. We're talking to drivers crew chiefs and other personalities in the NASCAR industry. So subscribed in the NASCAR on NBC podcast available wherever you get your podcasts.

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"nate ryan" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"Last thing before we go tonight as a serious note to end on. But these are serious times even in these dog days of August, our final story underscores the consequences of being president, especially at a time when our countries involved in active asymmetrical often invisible warfare. We should quickly add here. It's warfare that we're a target of electronially and warfare that we are participants in this stories about the ladder. Here we go. Here's the headline from the Wall Street Journal from just a few hours ago tonight Trump seeking to relax rules on US, cyber-attacks reverses Obama directive. The article by Dustin volts begins this way. President Trump has reversed and Obama era memorandum governing how and when the US government can deploy cyber weapons against its adversaries in an effort to loosen restrictions on such operations according to people familiar with the action. Mr. Trump signed an order on Wednesday, reversing the classified. Rules stay with us here known as presidential policy, directive twenty that had mapped out on the laborat- interagency inter agency process that must be followed before the US use of cyberattacks, particularly those geared at foreign adversaries. In other words, it has to go up and down the chain government. This is important, of course, because of the attack on our lack last presidential election because of the need to protect our electric grid. Our banking system, our air traffic control systems from hacking and because of these scattered early reports that hackers have already taken up positions inside some of our state electoral systems. Many Americans want to know where protected and good number of Americans want to know in plain English that were giving as good as we're getting on this front on that the article goes on quote. It wasn't clear what rules Trump is adopting to replace the Obama directive and further several US officials familiar with the Obama era rules. Conceded it had flaws but said that recinding them could create more problems, especially because it was unclear what Mr. Trump would use to replace the rules. Again, all of that from the Wall Street Journal tonight. Indeed, it is the Trump team that now gets to the side for all of us how we defend ourselves and importantly how we hit back who we had when and how all of it filed under the heading. Elections have consequences. That's our broadcast on a Wednesday night. Thank you so much for being here with us. Good night from NBC news headquarters here in New York. Hi, I'm Nate Ryan host of the NASCAR NBC podcast every week. We're talking to drivers crew chiefs and other personalities in the NASCAR industry. So subscribed in the NASCAR NBC podcast available wherever you get your podcasts..

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"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Welcomes aspirins podcast i'm your host nate ryan today joined via the magic of video and audio connection from daytona international speedway we have the president of the speedway chip wild chip you're the president of daytona international speedway but you didn't start in your current role that you're motorsports grew actually stretches pretty far and wide so tell us about how you got into motorsports yeah i mean i grew up in atlanta georgia and really didn't know anything about motor sports at a child i went to one race when i was sixteen years old at the atlanta motor speedway was when atlanta was the last race of the year and i believe jeff gordon won the race or won the championship that year and you know didn't really get much exposure the only thing i really remember about that raises that was really cold and so i i knew at an early age i i really wanted to be a part of of sports i love sports i love the idea of teens and and winning together and fighting together and you know that that's something that that just been part of my life since i was a little boy so i did a lot of internships from the time i was old enough to work so i worked for the chick filet peach bowl i did some work with the pga and before my senior year college that junior your summer i had an opportunity to come for for a for a marketing company that strictly didn't ask our marketing and that's where it really when i fell in love with sport and i fell in love with this incision speed and you know all the things that we all who've made sport a career really appreciate about nascar but the thing i really really loved about about our sport and about motorsports general the community you know seeing how people rally around one another and that's the closeness of the of the group and and i just knew right away that this was something i wanted to do so before for my senior year college roger bear who owned the company that i injured for offered me a job and it's the only thing i've ever done yeah so right out of college i moved to winston salem north carolina and started working for him keystone marketing and man i started my career out in the mid way work in the pfizer display so i managed the pfizer display for keystone marketing we had a hauler that was a that was attached to a unit that people would go get checked for cholesterol and blood pressure and and then we had a an old holler that we'd be killed up like mark martin visor car people could walk through it in with a self guided to that was valid starting my career and and then had the great opportunity to to work for bill davis racing for seven years and and gosh man you know you what a way to spend your twenties you know you get to travel the country and and be a part of an incredible sport and and so i did that and then they'll give me some incredible opportunities to to grow as a young man you know i started doing pr and then got the sponsor management and even into a little bit of team management for him so bill and gayle sold the company in two thousand and seven and i just man i got i hit a home run i have to go work for the captain roger penske and so i i went over to penske and man what what an experience you weren't so much just working for that organization the things that they do and how they how they do things in the process is remarkable so you know worked for penske and david stringy was driver backing today and just an all our and it's well of car so i did that and then realize that my wife and i we were we we wanted to get pregnant and traveling thirty weekends year just wasn't gonna do it so fortunately we got pregnant pretty quickly with twin boys and i i was actually going to get out of the sport you know because being a dad for me is the most important job i have on his earth and you know traveling and and being a part of of the sports important but not being able to be a part of their life or something i wasn't interested in so i was getting out.

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"nate ryan" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"In the middle there hi i'm hannah i'm an intern here kato so my question was going back to the earlier discussion on how facebook and how other social media companies suppressed conservative news stories or conservative speech during the two thousand sixteen election how do you think we should hold these companies these social media companies accountable for that and do you think that there should be consequences for these companies for example like the government getting involved i think it's gotten to the point where just listening to some of the conversations that are taking place again i want you to a clip of of kevin mccarthy speaking i believe it was last week about real belief that conservative voices are being suppressed on social media this isn't some random member of congress he's the majority leader who is well positioned if republicans take the keep the house to be speaker nate ryan think at some point people elected representatives are saying okay i it's almost like they feel like they've given enough time for social media companies to figure this out i think they've still got strong questions about it and i think they're like i said earlier i think they're gonna take a pretty aggressive approach after the first of the year in basically saying okay if you can't police yourselves there is going to have to be and i think that's one of the things too i think in kind of comes back to all society human nature if you can't please yourself you're going to get police by somebody else and i think that's where it's gotten to if if and i'm not saying it's easy to be clear about facebook and twitter but at the same time i think there's certain certain things we have to have that debate about who really does control the internet who who are the protectors and defenders and guardians of free speech i think there's been enough opportunity in enough time for people to figure it out and if they can't figure it out i think ultimately becomes yeah i do think you're going to see some of that take place to what level i don't know to be clear just to sort of bring this to kind of a social science perspective however i would note that before we wants to get the government involved in these sorts of.

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"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Tools where we're going to see that package we saw at the all star race again with the ducks with the plates that bunches things up and leader still hard to pass but the leader is certainly a lot more within range to pass he makes mistake than elite changes probably going to happen meanwhile in indycar they've got this new car that people seem to really happy with rossi told us out on in pit lane that thinks it's gorgeous it's great i've heard owners say they like that it's simple they like the cheaper the kit they finally got into place but seems like they're going in the direction nascar went with the low downforce package where they wanna make it hard again they wanna make give drivers a lot of course power but less downforce so you think indycar is going to go through the same philosophical struggle that we're seeing ask our go through right now yeah i mean it's suddenly this is what i think ties it back to nascar i'm going to try to attempt to write about this later i don't know how successfully i'm no nate ryan but i i will say that you know nascar is obviously in sort of a crisis of what what are we right now and and there was the whole wind carl edwards was around it was like guys you need to cough all spoiler getting need need make these things hard to drive that's when you're gonna see the passing game and i think nascar did listen to that for a little bit or guys like karl finally we're getting the low downforce know low downforce passes kentucky and all that stuff was big hit they went that direction didn't really work so now they're toying with this high downforce that idea that worked at the all star race and all of a sudden it's like well wait a minute maybe this is the direction to go racing because look what happened to the indy five hundred five hundred goes from this unbelievable race to this race where they get out of the cars and immediately there's no second guessing and all this this isn't what we want.

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"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"As easy podcast i'm your host nate ryan back here at nbc sports charlotte studios where we have the hall of famer and nbc sports analysts dale jarrett back on the podcast thanks for being here i know that you're coming from florida were zach begun spring training twenty eighteen yeah just got back from from that and excited to go down actually my first spring training experience in florida been two games out in ayers onum louis route for races and things phoenix over the years and so that's always been exciting but my first time in florida actually and so he's in sarasota with the orioles organization and it was really fun a cool experience to see him kind of living out history now of of playing major league baseball and you know he's long way from being on the orioles roster but you know just to get out there and see the extent of what spring training is about and what they're looking for and what they do and what they put drew so i won't say that the days of the longest but they start early and they finish up middle of the afternoon so they get time to get things done and but you know there's so much more than just a own field stuff i mean they have meetings pretty much every day if not every other day at least about different things that you know the orioles and i'm sure that every team is pretty much the same to where you know they're bringing in people to talk to them about their monies and and not he's to that point of having to worry about that but it's still always good you know you never know when you're going to be in that situation and how to take care of it and how to make it work for you and just things along those lines and so many other things that that they're just you know preparing them for in life besides just baseball so it's as much like orientation off the field here's a handle fame and yes.

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"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Welcome to the aspirin abusive podcast under whose nate ryan joined here in daytona international speedway infield by jeff gordon talk sports analyst and occasional podcast listener do just learned i'm good as host but i'm not quite as good as a sounding yeah i i did find that out down but that's alright we've got it we gotta go now on no no it's it's seriously ah honor to be on a a love your perspective on this work also like you a lotta the guests that you have on your podcast oman or to be part of it i will precede being here since i just embarrassed myself by freeing turn your mike of natural again returned the favour and ask you about embarrassing moment great recently on twitter i've got to ask about the drive you may down the daytona where apparently you aggrieved a fellow person on the highway and and got a nice gesture about that at the top of the back story that has actually coming from orlando i flew down to orlando in the notice driving from orlando the new you've ever done that you know you get on i four nuns is crews long not doing anything wild and crazy i just was making my way to daytona beautiful day an i was in the the fast lane and that just happened to be a truck in front of me that was taken his time to move over to the slow lane as i was going by and i think i had the crew set in so i didn't really want to get on the brakes and turn to cruise off so i just kept going and i got a little bit closer to the to the truck then.

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"nate ryan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"A year for the right to plaster a local venue with their logo the nfl they the nfl's not for profit status strikes critics is particularly unseemly given that there so mightily financial but it is categorized that way because the league's profits are distributed to each of the teams rather than capped by the league itself the league probably only saves about ten million dollars a year is a non profit according to the research for citizens for tax justice that's a rounded off number for a league is profitable as the nato so there's some of the numbers i got to get a quick timeout racing before we'll come back with more of your calls just ahead it is america's struck a network a report america's trucking network before sunday's race in new hampshire drivers pit crews owners and officials stood for the national anthem amid the actions of nfl players before their games owners richer childress and richard petty where the most vocal more from nate ryan on nascar america on nbc s and we'll start with richard childress he was ask when his team's policy would be on aim ploy he took a knee he said anyone he'd kneeled on his team should get a bus ticket after that national anthem implying that they would be fired immediately he said that it was about respecting the country that we live in and the people who gave their lives for it if you were going to work for richard childress racing richard petty seven time champ an affiliate with richard petty motorsports of course he said that he didn't agree with the protest he said that if you chose to neil that you shouldn't be in our country and period now i should add here that andrew merce teen who is actually the majority owner of richard petty motor sports told espn dot com that he didn't necessarily agree with.

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"nate ryan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Wednesday nbc s ends nascar america analyst jeff burden and dale jarrett stated their belief that nascar should begin disqualifying race winners when their car fails host race inspection nbc sports nate ryan had some good news for them on thursday more from nbc fans nascar america i think it's not so much of my opinion is that's what nascar's as i did talk to a couple of officials over the last couple of days the take nascar's temperature and see where they are and i think i have some good news brass her del jarrett and debt burden i think nascar is going to seriously consider looking at stripping wins for two thousand eighteen i don't think that's going to interrogation bars teams and policy this season they would want to do that especially right before the playoffs but i think it's absolutely i've been told under consideration for next season and i think this year guys they will look at potentially ratching up the palliser the rationing now such as to racist benjamin ripe whaler 25 points i think they will that's a tool in their toolbox where it has harka consider rationing that up if they see this again during the playoffs they're not going to say a three or four a suspension for energy for dinner pal the i'd have got something asked i'll be pulling the teams in the garage to see this weekend in richmond and you could hear news on that i think in the near term or nascar might say hey we're not going to accept winds have we might consider ratching up his yet okay here's the problem you wanna paul the teams and to have been tell me how he won't be penalized by dope paul the teams nasscom naked decision maker role that's how simple and want we have got into this position and yes i agree with jeff allendale is should just be thank you know points no money no anything you got your moment of exposure near fifteen minutes of fame by winning the race the guess what he go home he get napa you get nothing looking ahead of.

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