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"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

03:35 min | 6 months ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Good green mad about what happened on the two. Are you right into my purpose option for? I mean, obviously, yeah, I went to go show my displeasure. I didn't mean to, you know, hit them and spend them out. Denny Hamlin clearly is upset. I guess we can just break each other in the caution. I tried to rip him back. I just added to the list of guys when I get a chance, they're gonna get it. Welcome to NASCAR America motor mouse, Nate Ryan here with Steve latte, Parker Kligerman joining us in Stanford and some news this week guys, some penalties. Levied by NASCAR in addition to what we just saw there, William Byron, getting penalized for spinning Danny Hamlin under caution. We also had ty Gibbs getting penalized as well for a pit road incident. Let's start out with your take on all of it, Stevie. Oh, where to start. So I think the best place to start is do I believe there should have been a penalty for both what tied to Gibbs did on pit road by making contact with another car while pit stop was going on and the contact between the 11 of the 24 under caution. And I do. I do think that both deserve some sort of penalty. Do I think the penalty that was enforced is accurate? I do not. So here's why. Both of these infractions happened during an event during a race event. Neither caused any sort of penalty during the race, right? William Byron didn't lose spots, ty Gibbs, there were some place to the back of the field. So I'm going to go onto the couch. I'm going to count just under hey, they still should review the event after. And both are unsafe practices. If they feel that the 11 was spawned under yellow flag, that's very important, right? And a contact on pet road while there's crew members, then it's more of a safety thing. So I love a monetary fine to the drivers and say, hey guys, you need to learn from your lessons. You can't be doing this. It's unsafe. We have safety workers. We have pace cars. We have all this stuff. But I just don't see where the points penalty comes in. We have to have post event penalties for cars because cars can't be inspected thoroughly as much as everybody wants them to be. They can't check every nut and bolt before the race starts. But these aren't car infractions. These are action infractions. So I just don't see the correlation between points and what happened on the racetrack. Whereas a car you're talking about performance type situation. You earn more points. 'cause your car wasn't legal. You performed better than you should have because you brought an illegal car to the racetrack. Yeah, this is a behavioral transgression, like one isolate incident. It doesn't affect performance necessarily. Parker, where do you fall in all that? Well, cars of hundreds of parts as we know, so thousands of parts even and I'm just glad to see you still have two computers. I was getting worried for a second. But I think I'm with you, Steve, and I really just boil this down to a failure to officiate. To me, that is what has happened here. You have, as you put it, actions that were done by drivers on the racetrack that put theoretically crew members in danger and potentially under caution may be Marshals or whatever safety workers pace cars in danger and so that is a major infraction, but they were also especially the one on the front stretch was very visible, very visible. The whole sport is looking at that. We're all there located on pit road. I was on pit road behind enough a pit box and their crash cart. And I still saw Denny Hamlin comes spinning through on the inside there and thought, well, how did that happen? Wait, wait, what just happened there? So, you know, this is the incident that led to that, right? Where William Byron and Denny Hamlin came off turn two, got very close. William felt like he got in the wall, you know, it was raced unfairly for every reason and then obviously he had this onboard footage now where you can clearly see the caution lights out.

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"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

01:33 min | 7 months ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR America

"The reigning champion looking for a little momentum before they get to the playoffs. It's been all the way since California the second race of the season when he found victory lane one left to go presented by credit one bank and now three carling separate the top two. AJ Altman finger trying to find anything in that car to catch the 5. He's going to have to have divine intervention to win this race because Kyle Larson is gone. Here he comes for the final time through turn two through turn three setting up for turn number four. It's all Kyle Larson trying to score the double dip. As he races his way for the final time at the back string away at the Glen. The best chase Elliott can do was work his way back up to fourth position after Kyle Larson ran him wide on turn one of the final restart and the grandson Lou but is putting him in position to win this race. Comfortably at hand of the 16th car of AJ auburn dinger. Only a few quarters remain for the 5 car and checkered flag, not the winds from Kyle Larson that we saw last year, but now getting momentum going into the playoffs. Larson become a more dangerous at the time of the year when it matters. Playoffs looming Kyle Larson set up for a win here. Burton, you mentioned it. He won here a year ago and he looks to go back to back at the Glen. Kyle Larson comes out on the front stretch. He'll see the checkered flag Larson wins again at the Glenn. Welcome to NASCAR America motorbikes and Nate Ryan here with Jeff Burton, Kyle Petty. We've got Parker Kligerman joining us in Stanford also

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"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

01:39 min | 7 months ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR America

"So great to beat an upstate New York. Well, I can always been super exciting. For the crowd on their feet here at the Glen. Watkins land love that road course. You have a lot of action and drama. When you get down to the nitty Gritty on the racetrack, it's a really fun race track to really challenge yourself and really get out there and run hard. This is pretty unique. It's pretty special and a lot of fun. This place is packed with race fans ready to go. Hi, welcome to NASCAR American motorbikes, Nate Ryan here with Kyle Petty, Dale Jarrett, taking your phone calls, one 8 four four NASCAR NBC. Also at hashtag motor mouse, you can tweet us, got a big show today. We've got the kerchief for the hottest driver on cub series road courses, Randall Burnett joining us in segment two also coming up Mike Bagley, who will be a part of the NASCAR and NBC radio style coverage from Watkins Glen or national this weekend. But first, guys, as we head to walk in Glenn, obviously we're focused very much on the playoffs and some news today for one of those drivers who's trying to get in the playoffs, Ryan Blaney currently occupying that 16th spot. Number two in the point standings, but in the final spot without a win this year for the 2022 playoffs, team Penske announces a extension with Ryan Blaney today. So going into the final two races of the regular season, does Ryan Blaney get a little bit of security here knowing that he doesn't really have to worry about anything, not that he was worried about staying with this team anyway. But now that he's got the contract extension at Penske,

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"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

06:36 min | 8 months ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Drivers push it to the limit, anything. Can. Happen. The race to the NASCAR playoff. On NBC, USA and peacock. All right, welcome to the Nash bar to D.C. podcast. I'm your host Nate Ryan. Back here in the NBC sports Charlotte studio after a brief absence and I am joined by man of the hour Kyle Petty. NASCAR and NBC analyst and we'll be talking about this a little bit later also a new author of his memoir swerve or die. So nothing on the pages, but it's a nice cover. We're going to talk about this. That's a nice cover. First, I want to talk to you about Michigan NASCAR Cup Series race. A lot happened, Kyle, like the doomsday scenario has arrived for some drivers. Wow. Ryan Blaney and Martin Truex Junior that we now have 15 regular season winners in the Cup Series with Kevin Harvick winning at Michigan. Before we get in the harvest, you know, DJ has been saying for a couple of months that he thought there'd be 60 SES winners. Where have you stood out? I said no way. And I said no way because I could have got you to 15. You know what I mean? I could realistically with Talladega with Daytona and with the races that we had coming up two or three races ago. You know, if you took those 5 or 6 races, I can say, okay, man, I can get you to 15. But nowhere in getting you to 15, did I have Kevin Harvick? Nowhere. Nowhere, okay? So for Kevin Harvick to win a race, and take a position, wow. That was, I mean, it shocked me. It honestly and not and I think Kevin said something yesterday and it struck me. That I have said it, but I've not been it the way it's probably come out and not men at the way I've said it. Kevin said everybody who doubted us doesn't know us. And I thought to myself, I don't believe I ever counted Kevin Harvick out or counted Rodney childress out. Accounted for it out. Accounted for it out because I have not seen any speed from SHR or Ford. I've not seen a lot of speed from Penske in Ford. So I think I was at a bias to the manufacturer, not to Kevin. I mean, I've been in Kevin fan forever. You know what I mean? They just get it done. They just grind it out. And then he made the comment. You know, we ran good at New Hampshire. We ran pretty good at Pocono, and gotten that wreck and I went, oh my God, he was right up at the front when he got in that wreck. And I'd forgotten all about that. Now Andy and road courses. Kevin can win on a road course, but I don't think about him being the top 5 or 6 guys on a road course. You know what I mean? But he's right. There's been two or three weeks. They've run pretty good. And then I get to thinking, now we have the most dangerous man in motor space in the playoffs because you don't know what he's got. We've seen chase Elliott all year. I can prepare for chase. We've seen Denny Hamlin. I can prepare for Denny. You know what I mean? We've seen these other guys track house, Ross, I can prepare. But Kevin, I hadn't looked at Kevin all year long. You know what I mean? So how do I, as a competitor, prepare against Kevin Harvick? And I think that's what weird deal. Yeah, and I think that's exactly the term dangerous that we heard Jeff Burton and Steve hutt. Yes. Brad Dougherty, Marty Snyder, all use on the post ratio from Michigan that this is a really dangerous playoff team. I'll read the quote. You mentioned a cowboy at Harvard said they obviously know that we thrive in these in these types of situations and, you know, a lot of things went our way today, which, you know, we haven't had all year long had things go our way and have things fall away. And then at the end, we pitted, didn't go lap down and, you know, the caution came out, got control of the race. That's the thing I struggled with the most today was traffic and restarts and just having to make up ground, but once I got clear check, that baby was hunting. So as you said, you're a Kevin Harvick guy. You've gone to Bakersfield. You spent time with you. You know him away from the track and what makes him so good, that grit and that metal that he has. You're right. Like the speed is sort of been there recently, but hasn't been there as much as we've seen certainly 2020 when he wins 9 races. But should we consider him dangerous him and Rodney Childers because there is that something extra, there is that experience. There is that mental edge that maybe Harvick, especially has. Okay, there's that middle edge. And I'll give you an example. I don't care if he's 80 years old, okay? He has that mental toughness that not a lot of guys have. Joey Logano has it. I think Joey has it, but Kevin has always had it. Rodney is just quietly brilliant. And that's all you can say about him. He thinks things through. He never gets ruffled. He just keeps hammering along. He said something else yesterday. This stuck out to me. The way the cautions fail, they finally fell our way, and we got control of the race. Kevin Harvick has not been in a position to control any race. This season. If we go back to the races he won when he went on that season. He controlled every one of those races. If we go back to watch Kevin's MO, he and Rodney control the race. It's like watching when I talk about control in sports. A lot of times, I always think back to you to Dean Smith and college basketball when he had four corners. He controlled the pace of the game. He just took control of the pace of the game, which threw the other teams off, when these guys get control of the race. And can control the pace and the pitting sequence and everything they want to control. They beat you already, because they know their game. And I think that's what he did. And I think he won the race, not with the best car. But with the best strategy, putting himself in position to control the race and then control it. Listen, Bubba Wallace was devastated. And he probably should have been, because inexperienced beat Bubba Wallace. So that's my example of how strong these guys are and how weak bubba's team is, just from lack of experience. It's not that bob is weak. I'm not saying that. But bubba was put in a position and he spent too much time racing with Kyle Larson. And then he didn't know how to get around Joey Logano. Yeah, he didn't know how to get around him. So he took himself out of the race. The 11 car with his 31st hit road penalty of the year. You know, a not Denny's fault. Not this time. No, not Denny's fault.

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"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

02:17 min | 8 months ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Day in the history of our sport, NASCAR. And as Marty mentioned, next year will be celebrating our 75th year anniversary in 75 years our sport has never had a street course. And I am excited and proud to announce today that on July 2nd, 2023, the NASCAR Cup Series will be coming to downtown Chicago and racing here. So I'm really excited about it. Against the sky blue waters of Lake Michigan, a city rises at the center of the American experience. Amongst the canyons of skyscrapers and possible doesn't exist. This is a place where all who dare make the most of their dreams. After all, icons that power above the rest were made. So in this scene, of the greatest of chips, this city with its buildings and dagger the sky as if height is buttered there. This city, without limitations, welcomes its next IO, a race weekend like no other on a course like no other. Along these sores amongst these canyons, the sounds of NASCAR will echo in 2023. And with that, hello, everyone, welcome to NASCAR America motor mouse, along with the mayor Jeff Burton, the professor Nate Ryan, I'm Marty Snider. Glad to be with you guys. Today, plenty coming up on the show today, coming up in a few minutes, Adam Stevens, Stevens, the winning crew chief for New Hampshire. This past Sunday, of course, with Christopher Bell, he's coming up in about 5 minutes. Riley herbst from the NASCAR Xfinity series driving for Stewart Haas racing, he'll be here as well. Plus our friend Kelly stavis is back. She'll be joining us here on the show today. But leading it off, the Chicago street race, Jeff, big announcement yesterday up in Chicago, where it was quite a warm day. You like this move by NASCAR. They've made some pretty bold moves with a schedule lately. They have made some bold moves. I never would have thought, you know, as a race fan, you know, in my teens or even when in my 30s that we would ever consider going to a street course, it had been floated around for years and I'm like, nah, I can't. And then, you know, when now

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"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

02:43 min | 8 months ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Pounding. Show stopping. Edge of your seat. Race to the playoffs. And when the world's best drivers push it to the limit. Anything. Can. Happen. The race to the NASCAR playoff. On NBC, USA and peacock. Thank you. All of you. But I think we have Tyler I appreciate you joining our availability man, but I think you might be on the wrong. You might have entered the wrong media availability session. Yeah, I actually, I don't think that he did. I'd like to announce to the media that today I would like to formally announce Tyler Redick is part of a future member of the 23 11 and Twitter racing family starting in 2024. So, hi, buddy. Hey. What's up? Thanks. Surprise? Surprise. Welcome to NASCAR American motor mouse. You just saw that's how the big news landed in NASCAR yesterday, Nate Ryan here with Jeff Burton, Dustin, are you in the room? What am I doing here? I'm not supposed to be here. That's the line is supposed to be here. He is in the right place. We also have Parker Kligerman joining us from Stanford a little bit here, but let's start discussing the news. I mean, your take, did you know that Tyler Reddick was going to go drive for 23 11 racing in 2024 before yesterday? Well, I'm not going to answer that question, but my first, I want to let everybody know that when I found out I was coming on the show with two writers, I downloaded the dictionary in my phone, so I would understand all the words that are going to be used today. We're ganging up on YouTube laptops versus zero. So listen. No, I did not know. And what was great about that video was urging watching the members of the media. They're all still think it's a joke. They're all like, ah, it's funny. They're like, wait a minute, this is real. I think it's a brilliant move by Denny Hamlin and his team. I think if you look at what Denny Hamlin is building there, I think he's done a great job. They're bringing in a guy that I believe is a franchise player. And if you think about Michael Jordan and one player can do a one great quarterback, one great driver can do one great player on NBA team. He can have a major impact, not just in an individual race, but in winning championships. And they believe they got their guy. And I think they did too. And I appreciate the aggressiveness. I hate it for Richard Childress racing. You guys know, I'm a huge fan of Richard Childress. I do think Richard has an opportunity here,

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"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

05:19 min | 9 months ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Nate Ryan, Dustin long, Dale Jarrett. If you weren't excited for Nashville, super speedway coming up, NASCAR and NBC in a couple of weeks, that hopefully got you excited. I love hearing guitars. I love hearing music, Nashville style. So Dustin, are you pumped for NBC's debut? Hey, we don't need an off weekend. Let's just go racing. Let's do it to go to Nashville right now. You know, who needs this break? Let's just go, let's go, go, go, keep racing. I like this. DJ, are you excited for Nashville? Things have been so exciting that every week I get more excited about our opportunity this in front of us with the great racing, the new names that we've seen there, the new teams, just so much going on. And we know that Nashville is going to be the perfect spot to kick all of this off and what a better way to go to Nashville than having our winner from this past weekend going to be having sponsorship from there. And this is a team that would track house racing that is setting up to be a part or have their organization there and have a big presence in Nashville. So what could have been a better scenario for us to get started? Yeah, you mentioned it there DJ Daniel Suarez gets his first Cup Series victory as we see right here. The taco pinata celebration in Sonoma and track house racing has a huge presence in Nashville, of course that's where Justin marks the cone or the team is located, the team has a presence there as well as the tootsie sponsorship Dustin, so really the timing couldn't be better for NASCAR, Daniel Suarez, and NASCAR NBC kicking off at Nashville. Yeah, perfect time for that organization with what it's done and for Daniel Suarez is what he's done. I think one of the things that's been really interesting about Daniel is just the challenges that he's faced to get to this point, not winning a Cup race until his 195th career start. And I thought one of the interesting things he talked about was like they've had some struggles and been kind of knocked down here lately, but he said, look, I went and talked to the team and said, look, bad luck doesn't happen forever. It stops. But what happens is tough people keep working through things and we're tough people and we're going to get through this and look what happens. You know, ripping the pinata apart, getting his first career victory onto Nashville, where it'll be essentially kind of a home race for track house racing with so much there. A big weekend for them and a great way to kick off this portion of the NBC's portion of the schedule. Yeah, you're right, Dustin, perseverance has certainly been a big part of the Daniel Suarez story and even though a very busy week, you know, he's in Mexico this week back in his home country, getting a much needed rest during the off week here for NASCAR. But still doing some media because it's now a busy week with his first win and he talked yesterday with some of us Daniel Suarez did. And he had some interesting things to say about the future at track house racing. He's in a contract year. And here's what Daniel Suarez had to say when he talked to us yesterday. I would say that with try house, he just felt very good in the beginning. And I felt support and trust, honestly, like I have never felt before in the cop series. So it was pretty amazing to fill that when it comes to when it comes to a contrast staff actually, I started with Rahul with a couple years contract and a month ago, we started talking about contract again to just get a new contract for the next year or two or whatever that may be. And honestly, the first thing came to my mouth a month ago when we started this conversation was I don't want to even think I want to even talk about this right. I don't care. My focus was somewhere else. The use of it to win races. So, you know, this is my home. I'm not going anywhere. So I'm not worried about it. I have a contract today tomorrow or next month in a couple of months. I feel like we're in a very, very good place, probably the best place I ever been with a team. So I'm a 100% sure things are going to work up the thoughts of Daniel Suarez after getting his first win. And for track house racing, and now we welcome in ty Norris from track house racing Thai, obviously a big week, three wins now for this team this year. And it's first season with two cars and we just heard Daniel swear I was talking about no one better than you to know what the situation is there. He said that you guys have been talking contract about a month ago. What's the future hold for Daniel Suarez? Because I know he's been a big part of track house's foundation with him and Travis Mac, the crew chief there. What can you tell us about Daniel Suarez's future? And how things are going there at track house? Well, first of all, thanks for having me on and I also thank you for starting it out with a softball question. You know, we actually had a conversation with Gustavo arenas who was his manager. We had a conversation with him back in Martinsville. I was driving to Martinsville called him up and I said, hey, let's get away ahead of this thing. Adjusted and I had a lot of very healthy conversations about it. We loved Daniel. We love what he's doing. We love what's happening with the company. So I spent some time with Gustavo and Charlotte during the Coke 600. We actually came to a verbal handshake to where we were to be. There's just a few cleanup things that were sort of unknowns back in 2020 when we first started putting this together that are a little bit more known now..

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"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR America

"So great drive or getting back in the car. I know he ended up an accent, but looking forward. I was just on Nate Ryan on his podcast and we discussed what the upcoming 6 8 weeks looked like leading into the speedway as a driver of the IndyCar Series with so much success. Where do you think he stacks up as far as his ability with an injured hand? Can he run barber should he be okay? Where does the physicality of Long Beach verse somewhere like the speedway or when he gets to somewhere like Indianapolis should the hand be okay? Well, I mean, if we're talking just the speedway, yeah, I think he could race there tomorrow with his hand the way it is. Honestly, the nature of that track, how smooth it is and the type of physicality is quite a bit different. So I don't think it'd be a problem. The problem is we have barber and the indie GP before that, two very fast, high-speed road courses, not as aggressive on the steering wheel. As you see at a street circuit, you know, the bumps that are Long Beach or Saint Peter or Detroit can be a big challenge when you're dealing with an injury like that. But I think he's going to be okay. I mean, we saw Charlie Kimball break his hand a few years ago. He got surgery and was back in a race car a week later. So the fact that Jimmy Eaton competed in Long Beach shows that, you know, he's strong enough. It's not bothering him too much in the car. And so I think he'll be good by the time we get to Barbara, we do have a little bit of a break now and certainly by the speedway, you know, where I know everyone's excited to see what Jimmy can do, especially after that run in Texas, he's going to be okay. You know what I've learned. This goes down the long list of things I've always said. You can take this as a compliment or not. Race car drivers far from normal. Brakes are hand to go race. So I love Jimmy, great friend of mine. He could easily tap down, but nope, nope, he won the stone race. You guys are, you guys are not normal. Well, there's no doubt. He's not updated anything today, by the way. But yeah, you're not normal, are you hinge? Crazy. Crazy. We're wired differently. I've always said that about racing drivers. We're a little off. But I thought it was awesome that Jimmy wanted to still compete and just let's see how bandage it up. Let's tie it up and let's go, man. We got work to do. Hey, hints. We have fantastic news. I think we fixed our phones. So we're gonna get a couple phone calls in with you if you're cool with that. We'll try this. So James, you're on with James. Go ahead, James and New York. What do you got for James Hinchcliffe? Hey, how you doing? And one James to another. I wanted to ask, have you ever thought about getting back into an IndyCar for a test at Daytona and the Charlotte Louisville to see if there's a possibility maybe that IndyCar compete at those two roval tracks someday? Hey, James, yeah. Thanks for the question. I mean, if the opportunity came up, absolutely. I think explored new venues is always a great thing for the sport. And I know when they first opened up the rover that Josef Newgarden actually was there for some demo laps in an IndyCar. So it's been done. And the Daytona road course, man, that would be a wild track for an indie car race. Don't you think? Yeah, I think that would be a little insane. The speeds on the banking would be a little fun to watch, but that'd be a little tight as well. So it would be fun to watch. Hey, we did 24 hours there in imsa. So I figured we could do one Indy car race there. Let's go to ray in Connecticut. You're on with James Hinchcliffe, right? What's going on? Guys, how you doing? Good, what's happening? Well, thanks, how are you? How you doing? So James, think about Long Beach in cold and hard of running well. Bad pitch upsets them back. Poor strategy or kind of flukey strategy at national set them back and then you look out Rossi at saint Pete and he was kind of struggling at Long Beach. At what point do you strategy issues become a worrying trend Andretti needs to make some changes to get the results? I mean, I think every team is going to be always looking at what they can do better and certainly after a weekend like Long Beach. You know, that team can look and find quite a few things they need to improve on. Certainly. But the strategy part of it is a tough one man because all it takes is a yellow flag falling at the wrong time and what should be the working or winning strategy kind of gets blown up like what happened to cold and Nashville, you know, Colton's issues and Long Beach. I don't think we're really a strategy call. It was a botched pit stop. It was a little slow. He had that similar sort of issue in saint Pete by not getting all the fuel in the car. So it's really just about going back to basics. I think it's really analyzing how you can go through protocols and steps throughout the race weekend to make sure you eliminate these small mistakes that put this team in a position that have to be digging themselves out of a hole when accidents like this can happen. So I don't think it's panic button time yet at Andretti Autosport, but it's definitely, you know, reflection time and taking a look inside it and what they can do better to execute on race days. Yeah, and I think two hands have got some quality control issues that need to address. I got to make sure those don't show up for the month of May. I got to ask about Kyle's favorite new favorite IndyCar driver, Romain Grosjean. Finish the second. I spent time with him at the next car Hall of Fame when they came when he worked with Hoss and stuff. So yeah, so he finished a second. So thoughts, give me some thoughts on him, man. He's my guy right now. You know, I was a great end of the race for him. He kind of had just a steady first half and what they did that ended up being a really, really great call was they had their set of sticker red saved for the end of the race. A lot of teams that used or use their stick reds in that first stint. Most drivers didn't want to start or even run the used reds at all. He committed to those early, which means he was going to have to run those sticker reds. It was going to be a long stint, but that yellow flag that we had near the end there. It shortened that stint up and it really allowed him to maximize those tires and push a little harder at the beginning of those stints who saw him get by below and we saw him get oh so close to Josef Newgarden there. So it was a really heads up drive. It was a really gutsy call from the 28 guys to start on the used red. So all in all, rewarded with the podium for taking a bit of a risk and executing a really good race on Sunday. So there you go. Some tire options. I've been saying it for years. No one listens to me. They try to be all star race. They said it won't work out. It was great. I thought. That's.

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"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Welcome to the NASCAR NBC podcast. I'm your host Nate Ryan and so glad to be joined for the first time this season by our resident Hall of Famer on NASCAR NBC Dale Jarrett, DJ. Welcome back to the show. Welcome back to Charlotte. Live in Phoenix full time. So good to see you here. Yeah, thank you. Glad to be back and always interesting to come back and catch up on things. I look at things from a different perspective sometimes whenever I'm away from everybody and kind of away from the scene a little bit and so I'm interested to see and hear about comments that people have to say in this part of the country because believe it or not, even when the race isn't in the Phoenix and Scottsdale area, there's a lot of fans out there that come up to me and talk about that. So what led to be back. So before we delve into the scene here, what's the scene been like in the Phoenix area where I presume you're playing a lot of golf these days, enjoying the weather. Yeah, yeah. I wish I were playing better, but the golf game is not very good, but I do play the weather is fantastic. Just really enjoying the time there. But fans are excited out there. As I think they are and showing us all over the country with what is happening. I will say that before the season started as people ask me my opinion of the new car. I was very hesitant because I really wasn't sure what may come of this and how it may perform. But I've been more than pleasantly surprised with how the competition has been. So people are recognizing that even fans that I'll call more casual fans that they're excited about what they've seen to this point and what may come as the drivers and teams get more custom with these cars. Definitely want to get into the new car in the next gen discussion with you DJ and we were just talking about before we got started here. That enthusiasm and the good racing that they've had this year and certainly that was evident on Sunday at Richmond Raceway and definitely want to talk about that on the NASCAR NBC podcast with you here today and I want to start DJ with the way the race unfolded was interesting and that you had these long green flag runs. You had the caution breaks, but it came down to essentially divergent strategies where Denny Hamlin makes an extra pit stop in the final hundred laps William Byron tries to stretch it. And it works out that Hamlin's strategy is better. What did you make about just how the whole 100 final laps unfolded and how you think the drivers handled it. Because if you're in the position of William Byron or Mark trex junior and you're being asked to stretch, I'm sure it's much different than Denny Hamlin and Kevin Harvick, where you've got tires that were almost 50 laps fresher. Yeah. And so let's start there in the fact that as a driver with fresher tires, very seldom are where they put in a position where there were cars that were faster than them that was costing them time, whereas if you were William Byron and many others Martin Truex Junior who were the first two there, they were having to not only worry about racing each other, but pay attention to faster cars coming at them and a lot of times cars that hadn't been faster than at any point in time during the race, but because they had these new tires. And so that's costing you time on the racetrack. And so trying to figure what you're doing at that particular time and what you need to be doing is way more difficult than what Danny and Kevin Harvick were going through and the way the situation they were put in by their teams with this strategy because they're always moving forward. They're being the aggressors and making passes where the other drives are just kind of hanging on and trying to get the most out of it and trying to win the race at the same time. So fascinating to watch. Interesting that a couple of teams changed their strategy kind of midstream in the race. And I don't even know if it was midstream. It might have been three quarter stream into this race that they opted out of a similar strategy that Denny and Kevin employed later in the race that put them first and second. So I would have to think that some of them might look back and as we go to other races that may be similar and certainly as we go back to Richmond the next time that they'll be looking at things a lot differently. William Byron made his last pit stop with 89 laps to go and again, he had enough fuel. He had enough tire to a degree to get to the end, it was just going to be a matter, could he maintain the pace and ultimately he couldn't. So you've been in that situation DJ in terms of you've started hundreds of cup races. I'm sure you've been in this situation before that he's in. Did you know watching that at some point, okay, sorry about the 24 is dead in the water here. Strategy is not going to work. Yeah. I mean, you have that idea, but I'll have to say that there was a lot going on. And so I'm not just going to fault Fox in the commentators there for not picking up on Danny and Kevin a little bit sooner to get their progression through the field because I felt like that we were kind of led to believe in what we could see on TV that this was going to be a battle between could William Byron hold off Martin Truex Junior for the biggest part of that last run. And let's say the last 25 or 30 laps that we could see that Truex was gaining and they were mentioning that. But we weren't talking about and weren't being told about Denny Hamlin and Kevin Harvick slicing through the field at that point in time. Yeah, but there was so much other stuff going on. You had Larsen who was making an appearance up into the top 5 for Canada the first time yesterday and so you had to pay attention was he's going to be able to pull this off among others. So it's so hard when you're there own tires that are much older than many of the cars. And again, sometimes you're letting cars go or having to race around others that you aren't necessarily haven't been accustomed to during that particular race or even many other times during other races. And so you're not exactly sure what to expect from them because they're so much faster and how are they going to handle this situation? Where are they going to go and how much room do you need to give them? So your focus is lost on trying to make your best lap time sometime and exactly where you need to be. And that's the difficult part of employing that strategy. You just hope that you've built up enough to give yourself the opportunity at the end. And certainly sounds like all the things you got going on there, it would favor somebody with experience of veteran and we see the top two finishers are two guys. Over 40, Denny Hamlin, and Kevin Harvick, 47th victory, and his career for Denny Hamlin first and 12 races. It ends a streak of 12 consecutive winners under the age of 30. And it also was Denny Hamlin's first top ten of 2022. And I believe Kevin Harvick's first top 5. What do you make of all that? I mean, 6 races into the cup season. Did you think that Denny Hamlin and Kevin Harvick would be without a top 5 and then to see them finish one two at Richmond? Yeah, you wouldn't think that even with the new car and the adjustments as a driver. And even as veteran drivers because these guys are so talented, you just have to imagine that they're going to adapt pretty quickly to any changes, but we can see it has been a struggle. And I won't say that even though they finished first and second, that were they necessarily a top 5 car all day long.

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"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Now l. front could more tricks junior pig on to win or will jimmy. Johnson snapped up fifty one race. Winless streak those senate by side and go through the final vague term charlotte global now. He goes to the to be true. Risk yeah i think when you look back at the history of nascar it is a sport of risk taking to have the original Daytona beach course and to go from there to This crazy idea of of charlotte motor speedway at the time in nineteen fifty nine daytona to to build daytona talladega Nascar has a history of risks. And that's that's just the tracks. The drivers themselves are taking risks. And kind of doing this unbelievable thing that risk life and limb for competition. And i think it's part of what we as nascar fans love about. Auto racing is That that they're putting it all on the line and part of that is the course that they race. I think it was a risk for sure taking Charlotte motor speedway one of our conic nascar. Weekends and changing it. Up with the royal is a risk. But it's something i think that's in keeping with the spirit of the history of our sport greetings. Welcome to the nascar on. Nbc podcast. i'm your host nate ryan today. I've got a narrative episode.

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"nate ryan" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

04:00 min | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR America

"My god. That's just wanted india. Welcome to nascar. Motormouth nate ryan here with kyle. Petty steve la carte and obviously a ton happened at indianapolis motor speedway on sunday on the road. Course you guys talked a lot about that on monday. Anything left to say. I know we got a telephone call. So would get a lot more callers. Coenen today to ask about. I mean what. What's left to say about india at this point. I don't know. I guess. I have one not had all week. I think on monday. I was still head-spinning about curbing and the finish on wednesday. I'm kind of past all that. And i remember the other ninety percent of the weekend and i'm excited to go back. There needs to be some improvements on some small tweaks here. They're worth discussing. But if i know. Roger penske and his group at i m s doug bowls. They're gonna make the improvements. And i think it's a trag worthy of a cup race. That was really the question. I wanted to see. And that's what i saw. The fans came out. I'm ready for another one. It's it's kind of like utah. We indycar race and national great fan participation grade of the great views from the bridge. Great this yeah. It was the race everything we thought it was going to be. Not probably not. But you go to indy. And you do the same checklist on the upside. And it pretty much checks off until you get to. The last six laps raced. Until you get to that point. So i think it was a it was a change in the right direction. I would rather see him. Run the roku stop here. I think indycar should've on. Sunday would cup and i think the thirty nine at the dirt race should be on saturday with xfinity. That'd be cool. That's my weekend saturday watching experience. Stay that night. Watch the dirt race. You have all the racers there come out the next day. I don't care who goes i. Flip a coin yet either indy-car or have a little break and see you could have the to premier series of motorsports in the us on the same track same day. That'd be cool. That is a true doubleheader. Yeah w. saying one race on. Saturday and one is not a double header. Yeah i'm sorry. It's not a double hats. Holy hannah i don't know why we want to present it that way. It's funny on nascar presents things that really might be but could be but really aren't but we're going to call it that anyhow passing the grass doubleheader i mean there's so many things and pass pass in the grass without riverside. I was somewhere else to your point. Stevie the extravaganza concept talking about the pockets. Fear of motors. And you've got the dirt track indianapolis speedway this week running this. Brian clause and thirty nine tributaries wednesday thirty. They got chase elliott got. Kyle larson i if you move that as a kind of a warm up to expand eighty and then cup indycar. Yeah i mean really was we can get one from from the idea of let's fight for everybody's entertainment money. Well let's go back to that right so let's get all the people that love sports but they love racing. Yeah to pick racing over other sports on a weekend in august job well done. That's what they did right. Whether you're from indiana whether you want to travel in you know it's a great towns a great facility. It gives you reason to spend money on gas or a plane ticket to come in to watch racing because you get more than one show. I listen. I think in this day and time of instant gratification where everybody wants everything to be the greatest event ever there's only one indy-500. Sorry there's like five hundred. There's only one master's okay. I mean if we look at events so why not try to build an event where there's only one where we come in and you run the dirt race with causing you run the clawson you run xfinity. You run a true double header. Create an event create. Some excitement at fans would man. I'd kill for that. I mean i'm telling you man you just go and you would be there the whole time. I'd be corn dog in. I listen to me crazy talking about on monday. Show called that you had indycar fans exposed to nascar is exposed to indycar if you bring dirt fans in our company thirty nine brian close and tributaries and have them kind of get exposed and again. They're watching kyle larson. Ryan newman chasing great crossover. I'm gonna go one more. Maybe we kind of as an industry. Oh it to the drivers to because they do their part. They fly over to other racist so like. Why don't you be like. Hey guys we're gonna if you want to run the dirt race track here. You don't have to go anywhere. be right here. You don't have to run. come over. have a beer watch. We don't care but it's like my my point is it's not just the fan. Maybe the industry. Because for a long time i love my job in nascar what i disliked probably the most is the schedule made it where i could go absorb. I couldn't enjoy anything him. Watch the rolex because it was right against daytona. I can never go to lamar. I can never go to some of these other things so i know we can't change the schedules but the more we condense them i mean it seemed to be superior joy race car. Drive like people forget ryan hunter. Ray had his kids on the grid on sunday. Yeah and you take someone who has done so much in the indycar realm for him to have the ability to deliver to his kids. Who who think all these ask our my hero. And i love it right. We who knows what's he's supposed to come over and wednesday like you could see him. Walking down pit road him and denny stood together. When i saw the postal social media was the delivery guys because they both have that actually out there right now but then he hears denny and he's letting ryan hundred as little boy sit on the door top a check out. The leg that to me is as important as the fans because happy drivers make. Good racing racing makes happy. Fans all works together..

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"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Twenty one years older gambling problems the one eight hundred gamblers crisis counseling referral services will be six laps to go with a get the green flag. This has been an intense race. Guys trying to raise side-by-side through turns five and six back in the air. They're pumping thing in coming out of turnover six. All of that contact between the two leaders is allowed to twenty spanning twenty dollars. There's here got caught. More cars coming in really byron is reporting that the curb came up. He hit the curb in the twenty. Four th robos cars were destroyed to laugh to determine who will be the first ever to win on the road course at indianapolis back straightaway. Jump right there once again. Hard on the gas across the yard of bricks. Here's prisco to the outside. But he's coming up oprah's goes into brass crisco. We'll come back onto the grass. And now he will be side by side with denny hamlin leaves them in san frisco right on his tail down the get car racing for the wind that would take all the david lee briscoe will have to serve a pillory. Another chapter went into the anti history. Bigger cross the winter got and this is unbelievable. I in my wildest dreams did never imagine that just played out. I love you so much mom and dad all my friends and family. Oh my god. That's just wanted india. Welcome to nascar. Motormouth nate ryan here with kyle. Petty steve la carte and obviously a ton happened at indianapolis motor speedway on sunday.

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"nate ryan" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

02:02 min | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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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