17 Burst results for "Roberto Guerrero"

"roberto guerrero" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:02 min | 4 months ago

"roberto guerrero" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The fact that it is so cool here and the wind chill temperature was 36 degrees this morning with an air temperature of about 52 so that could very definitely play a factor in who wins this Indianapolis 500 mile race. Guerrero started from the pole. Oh, but the veterans race would be over before it would have a chance to begin. They had writer you, Larry Henry and turns read a car. Wait a minute. Ah, cars off the track. Paul Center pull. Carl Roberto Guerrero has spun off the track on the backstretch, making contact with the inside wall. You know, this is the thing that that that I'm troubled by is the fact that in an instant and he didn't take anybody with him But the very fact that he spun on the pace lab. Have for you. No problem. I don't know if you call that technical reasons, but it was it was so cold that the tires would adhere to the track surface. And he actually had gas that a little bit to try and spin the tires to get some heat in them. Which is something you would normally do, but the track was called It didn't Hatch, and he's fun, and the next thing he knows before he could do anything. He's into the wall, and he's out before the race even starts from the pole. And the sad thing is that the that's all he's remembered for. You know, you finished second twice. He was 2nd 3rd 4th of second. And and had a chance to win and 87. And then with all of that, any one of the races he had a very distinguished career, But when you save Roberto Guerrero, what's the first thing you think of, and that poor guy was so Sporting and gentlemanly about it, because people I mean, I've bean with him that talks. And people would say Now, you know good luck in the race this year report. Oh, don't don't Don't crash on the pace lap. And he would say, Oh, you know, and sort of laugh with them, But you could just tell it hurt Number three. Later on that same Cold Day may 24th 1992 the racing fates dealt another driver. A major disappointment. Michael Andretti led 160 laps and that Wendy 58 degree day. Actually another driver's seemingly at will on lap 1, 66 and ready cranked out of LAPD just over 229 MPH, the top speed recorded in the 1992 500. And the third fastest fastest lap ever run and the greatest spectacle in racing. But it had already been a rough day for the Andretti family. Here comes the green flag. Michael Andretti with a huge lead on a crash and turn for Bob. Yes, that involved Mario Andretti. It's of good driving by Buddy Lazier to get by. Same with Dominic.

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"roberto guerrero" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:46 min | 4 months ago

"roberto guerrero" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And with the smokehouse burger at 20, CSI can get you some Twin peaks eats drinks scenic views. Fox News. I'm saying algae and dress. So what a ride for folks on a Texas roller coaster in San Antonio 20. Riders on a roller coaster are happy to be back on the ground there. Ride on the Poltergeist didn't turn out quite the way they expected. It stopped about halfway, the Fire department raced to the scene and helped everybody get down. No injuries. Just a few white knuckles. That's Fox's Jones got travels, ramping up for Memorial Day Airlines expecting to see crowds comparable to pre pandemic levels about 2.5 million people traveling by plane and its despite some very wet, chilly weather in the Northeast and continues into your Sunday not really beginning to pull out until we get into probably Monday morning, So I do think there's a little bit better chance of sunshine for these people who are saying all this rain by the time you get going on actual Memorial Day box weather is Adam Clots America Is listening to Fox News. This is heroes of the 500. The top 10. Heart breaks on 90 Free wi be see, I'm Stan Lear Number four. In our last segment. You heard how Roberto Guerrero finished second in the 1987 Indianapolis 500 due to stalling on his final pit stop because of damage received in a tragic incident. In the second half of that year's race. Later that year, Guerrero was seriously injured in a testing accident, the Brickyard and was in a coma for 17 days, Guerrero battle back to race again It didn't have the same success he had prior to the test crash, although he did finish second in his first race back at Phoenix in 1988. 1992 Guerrero had moved on to a new team King Racing led by drag racing legend Kenny Bernstein. The team used the powerful Buick engine at the Brickyard. Don't hold A Guerrero put it to good use. Try record Speedway historian Donald Davidson. When he won the pole. He'd actually posted his time and that means some weather delays. So not everybody had had their chance on the Saturday and so we went home on Saturday, and he was the fastest qualifier so far. But his teammate Jim Crawford had a chance to be them. And so on Sunday morning, we would actually I had him on and I did an interview with them. Beautiful sunshine and practice that much started yet And I said, Well, how do you know how important is the pole to you? And it's always just very, very important and I said, Well, there's a couple of people in line. One of your own teammates that has an opportunity to maybe take the pole from you. How would you feel about that? And I thought he would say, Well, you know where we're Noah's long as we start up front, Unni said, Oh, I would be devastated. And I thought I was really surprised that it was that important to him. Race day 1992 was the coldest in the history of the 500. It didn't take long to realize it will be a long day due to the weather. Now the fact that it is so cool here and the wind chill temperature was 36 degrees this morning with an air temperature of about 52 so that could very definitely play a factor in who wins this Indianapolis 500 mile race. Guerrero started from the pole. Oh, but the veterans race would be over before it would have a chance.

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"roberto guerrero" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

01:35 min | 4 months ago

"roberto guerrero" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"It's Andy West, and I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week and sports history. We'll start off this week. Back in 1915, the pitching debut and first home run for the Boston Red Sox. Babe Ruth socks would lose to Babe's future team. The New York Yankees. 43 15 innings This'll week in 1936 Joe DiMaggio made his major league debut for the New York Yankees and had three hits in a 14 to 5 victory over the ST Louis Browns. This'll weekend 1968 the Pittsburgh Piper's beat the New Orleans Buccaneers won 22 21 13 in Game seven. To win the first A be a championship. This'll week in 1973 Ernie Banks fills in for Cubs manager Whitey Lockman, who was ejected during the game, technically becoming baseball's first African American manager. This'll Week in 1994 the Denver Nuggets become the embassy first number eight seed to beat a number one seed Seattle SuperSonics in the NBA playoffs. This'll Week in 1997. We lose one of the greatest logo's and sports Was the Hartford Whalers become Carolina Hurricanes in the NHL. And this week in 2013 Floyd Mayweather comes back from a year's absence to win a unanimous 12 round decision over Roberto Guerrero and their will to wait fight in Vegas. All three judges scored about 1, 17, 1, 11 and Mayweather remains unbeaten and 44 fights on. That's just some of what happened this weekend Sports history the weekend sports Time capsule on my heart radio. To.

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"roberto guerrero" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:55 min | 4 months ago

"roberto guerrero" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"It's Andy West, and I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week and sports history. We'll start off this week back in 1915, the pitching debut and first home run for the Boston Red Sox. Babe Ruth Socks would lose to Babe's future team. The New York Yankees, 4 to 3 and 15 innings This'll Week in 1936. Joe DiMaggio made his major league debut for the New York Yankees and had three hits in a 14 to 5 victory over the ST Louis Browns. This'll week in 1968, the Pittsburgh Piper's beat the New Orleans Buccaneers won 22 21 13 in Game seven. To win the first A be a championship. This'll week in 1973 Ernie Banks fills in for Cubs manager Whitey Lockman, who was ejected during the game, technically becoming baseball's first African American manager. This'll Week in 1994 the Denver Nuggets become the embassy first number eight seed to beat a number one seed Seattle SuperSonics in the NBA playoffs. This'll Week in 1997. We lose one of the greatest logo's and sports Was the Hartford Whalers become Carolina Hurricanes in the NHL. And this week in 2013 Floyd Mayweather comes back from a year's absence to win a unanimous 12 round decision over Roberto Guerrero and there welterweight fight in Vegas. All three judges scored about 1, 17, 1, 11 and Mayweather remains unbeaten and 44 fights on. That's just some of what happened this weekend Sports history the weekend sports Time capsule on my heart radio. Mules, Traffic and weather news radio 700. W L jealousy Cincinnati the words of a grieving father. With an update Now on an arrest with 1 30 reports. I'm Jack Crumley breaking now, then, Detective.

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"roberto guerrero" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"roberto guerrero" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"Wheels trendsetting designs and durability will set you apart from the competition and your friends checkout vision wheel, dot com, or at vision wheel on social media to learn more. Like what you hear, catch all the back episodes of the down and dirty radio show on apple podcast and be sure to rate review and subscribe. Welcome back to the general tired dirty radio show powered by Polaris. Razor like to welcome my very good friend and I can officially say teammate Marshfield veal into the show. What's happened to Marty. Are you sure you can say that this point you may I hope so Everything. Is going great. We are here in crandon getting ready for the fifty first Polaris. World Championships here and right after having spending a good of time with you in the Nevada desert. Desert Vegas to arena race I. Was GonNa say you have had if there's anybody in this industry has had a busy month of August seconds say it's probably you between racing with me. Everything you've gone at and plus you on the side you do a lot of writing and in content for Racer magazine and various other places Marta at one busy month man. You know we haven't. It's funny because it's like everything this year you know it's all kinda coming down to the wire not on. But just in terms of what's possible what's not possible everything from you know hosting fans here at crandon international raceway for four by day's coming up on Labor Day to corporate partners and what they can do and can't do It's been a completely different year. Let's. Say Fiftieth. When we were concerned about things like kid rock concerts and fifty diversity parades and those type of things. So different different year, I think every promoters is going to look back on twenty twenty with a a lot of dread. At a lot of anxiety looking forward to it and things are more normal. I completely agree with you there. Well, let's go back to. The beginning of the month. We're GonNa Talk Martin Racecar driver, I so let's talk about. Let's talk about a little bit about Vegas to Reno Mardi, and I know this is something you and I hatched I dunno man. This has been what a year and a half ago. We started kind of talking about having you come out and race with me and I know you have become a big part of well, just the offroad industry and our cultures a whole. Cran, being some of the biggest divisions. But I know you, you've got such a career you've raised in class one and all these other different divisions but I know the thought was get you out an experience a desert. UTV. Premier class and see what your thoughts are and you know obviously, we finally able to do it. I know you've driven everything from class ones and things like that. I mean, what? What's your takeaway from driving a ut for the first time in the desert? Really multi pronged question First of all, I was looking forward to to spend some time with you and really kind of exposing myself to the side by side world today I mean you know I was building Yamaha Rhinos. Pack today you know which essentially were basically farming implements with long travel on. For Race. For, Dirt Sports magazine that ran back then and But yeah, I have driven everything from class ten, twelve, one stock for your short course. Then a lot of racing and testing over the years and it's giving me kind of a broad spectrum of understanding. But I really didn't understand what was really involved in the TV market and you really can't get experience as you know Jim until you really immerse yourself and you know. We had a nice short window unfortunately done a lot more testing a lot more things but you know there was a lot of things that really struck me about the whole experience First of all, I gotta say you have a really great team, which is the heart and soul of every racing effort. You guys are awesome. spending time in new. Your Dad was Really Fun Dad Your Dad's a piece of work as shown. So it was great and then you know actually also hanging out with kind of a desert news really fun onto you know we were team with Steve Arpan where you put together and you can tell how much fun to see you know desert racing through the eyes of a first timer and the kind of brings you back to win it all started with you and I. Think it does and I. Know You've been you know I've been able to fortunate. We know with my star program to bring you know those type of people in and and things like that and work in conjunction with. And Steve You know obviously stark ours wrapped up bringing him but you don't want to go back I mean you've been instrumental in that over the past couple of decades I mean I remember back with? Mike and Robbie Groff, and it was a big program. You guys had where you were racing with them in class one and I I think back and I'm like man what I've been able to do is pretty much just a replica of what you kind of you know the the groundwork you laid with that program. They keep across with things around offer racing along time. When I was Nissan motorsports PR representative back in the mid nineties four, the sports got program, and then the indie program through the IRS. Exposed to people like Roberto Guerrero and my groff and Dani Sullivan all these people and you know we started wide open ball immediately kinda after that and you know right in there in two thousand when we got the wide open program together you know for the two thousand we've got a bunch of cars and stars together to really experience it and you know immersed and we eventually so that program to though the wide open by challenge at the. And we had everybody from Patrick Dempsey to Paul Newman to you know oil Servia. S- Passion for day all kinds of razors came to wide open program because you know there's a rise the drive be with cars that you know almost always finish every ball on thousand one year eighteen of eighteen cars finish the BOB thousand from tonight pause less and to trophy trucks, and we had a program really together back then, and we were able to expose sports a lot of people and the that's been in two thousand and two team with Robbie and Mike Ross and the g Toyota o'clock one car that the yellow. Cards in dusted worry the first on the yellow BMG car was our car of the gym Co two thousand that time with a camera V6 motor all at three hundred and fifty dollars power. But a green car, and then you know Jimmy Vasser drove that car to and it was kind of like the stark that we put journalists in the right seat a lot of car and driver motor trend, all kinds of magazines at that time take rides with us in a real race cars and I was kind of the whole program. You know I think that you know that kind of really that was the first time I. saw it. I was like, wow, this is really how. A program should working well, not necessarily a program to work I, mean the marketing and the media behind it but you know it was one of those what what you were doing in exposing these. Side mainstream not only you know racers but I mean just the media that you got involved I mean it was really putting our sport on the map and this is you know, I don't WanNA say pre Internet era but really it was pre social media era you know and it was really remarkable. You guys were able to accomplish. Well it's crazy to think about the fact that at that time, we have to put that together with substantial help from Jan Toyota you know in in a class. In less but you know it was it was a open wheel car.

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"roberto guerrero" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"roberto guerrero" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"That. Hey, we're just going to do the best We can today gizmo many points as we can and go on to the next event. And, ah! And you know it being so cold that caused quite a few racks. And so really, it was. Ah, it was a race of survival. It was setting up to be a long day for the second generation star. It was going to be a long day for the fans of broadcasters as well, because the 58 degree air temperature is the coolest in race history. But if you ask anyone who was there, they will tell you it never felt even that warm. The cold temperatures contributed to several crashes, which took out the pole sitter Even before the race started car cars off the track. Paul Center pull Carl Roberto Guerrero has off track on the backstretch, making contact with the inside wall and some of the biggest names in the sport, including Mario Andretti Thomsen, Eva Anderson Fittipaldi and Rick Mears ended up at Methodist Hospital. The most dominant car on that cool and windy day was piloted by Michael Andretti, who led 160 laps in a tour de force performance. On lap 1, 66 and ready cranked out a lap just over 229 MPH, the top speed recorded in the 1992 500, the third fastest fastest lap ever run in the greatest spectacle in racing. But a few laps later and ready was passed at speed for the first time all day, and it was a 52 year old looking for an unprecedented fifth Indianapolis 500 win doing the passing Henry and three past like really now Michelangelo Allen, sir, as he always did, was making a late charge of the top finish. But it appeared Michael Andretti was on his way to victory. But Andretti, who had already seen his father and brother, taking a Methodist hospital, after two separate accidents would have to adore one Mohr heartbreaking disappointment that afternoon. Pace is about 221 miles an hour and Larry's he slide down Michael Andretti, the leader is slowing down coming down the back straightaway. Oh, my goodness. Don't already going slowly. Heading down now is up to Allen's or Junior Scott, Goodyear and al senior to decide it with just seven laps to go. Not only did they rescue a race that Up to that point had been a bit of a dud. They put in a finish for the ages, headed right at Gillette. Henry Scott Goodyear truck right in behind Al Unser Jr..

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"roberto guerrero" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"roberto guerrero" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"All your storage solutions in one place The Home Depot. How doers get more done ballot through September 7th, while supplies last This is the heroes of the 502nd to 1 on 93 w I b. C. I'm staying Lear. We continue our salute to the second place finishers in the Indianapolis 500 With two time runner up Dan Gurney Journey was one of the greatest road racers in history on a winter, an IndyCar racing Formula one and NASCAR Speedway historian Donald Davidson. I just think of Bangor, and he was destined to win the Indianapolis 500. I mean, I would look at the names or be thinking about during the summer about We know what's gonna happen next year. I would have almost fat that Dan Gurney was goingto win. He had had 2nd 2nd and third in three consecutive years. And yet, and he stood on the gas. But he only led, I think to perhaps And that's really hard to believe, because in 67 for instance, The turban was leading And Dan was sort of like first in class. I mean, not that I want to bring up the therapy can but but I remember that for life after lap Parnelli would come by. With luck with silent Sam. And then that would be you know, you could take the seconds off. And then he came down Gurney and then you take off more seconds on here came everybody else. So he was sort of like in a Ah, class by himself or first in class. And it's probably the biggest surprise. More than the fact that he didn't win is a driver is that when you look down laps led he didn't he only let a couple another road razor who thrilled. Fans of the Brickyard was Roberto Guerrero. Colombian came toe. I am from Formula One, and he wasn't regarded as a potential winner. But Guerrero was quick from the first time he hit the Oval in 1984. Yeah, I remember that. I mean, obviously, hey, went to a great team. There's big, naughty Qatar, and it was big, naughty. So you figured, OK, well, he's probably going to do well, but Andi had a very eventful 1984. I can't remember all the things that happened. He has spun. Maybe twice. I mean, he did a 3 60 at some point. And then I think he stalled on pit stops at least twice, and he ended up second. Guerrero grab second and rookie of the year honors in 1984 and three years later. Look to be on his way to victory. The Colombian aides have been running second to Mario Andretti all afternoon. But when Andretti suddenly slowed with 23 laps to go, Guerrero took the lead. The only obstacle one final pit stop on lap 1 82 extra man on the side of the law on my side in order to hold the hose in order to be sure, you'll need to get in there cooking in that game now getting closer.

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"roberto guerrero" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"roberto guerrero" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Got oh. That's kansas city marijuana bouman you right so to me kansas city. I am yes sir. We got every right to to go. It should be the united states and joshua love berg. They should know whereas now i know saudi arabia in bed with us on it anyway. I hear the no side. I wanna see that no saudi arrate not bringing girls audie stripping ever looks man. Nobody wants to see that fight their anyone a nude in nigeria alone john do it in las vegas baby. Bring it back to the states where you took it out. I'm out city matt. Thanks for calling in. We got southside ducey. Talk to me your so subnational some. I l look i want to offer a different perspective real quick kind of betty back offer to send about big fights. You know what i mean and we all know. I'm not a a._j. Fair definitely not erin fan but i kinda love kind of looking at it like this right. If that fight happened over there is saudi arabia or dubai wherever they talking about we would've maybe he don't take kinda. Make it a super fight and it's like don't they put a._j. Exclusive market l. saad of just a public figure like the same way where they can cash rush out eight nine million dollars for exhibition in japan because he's such a big ran. Don't say kind of like that kind of shoe a._j. Up past like star like that make him a little bigger than just regular store. You know what i'm saying because somebody wants to pay for his fight now. I'm saying like like like what you're saying. We you can only get a couple of supervised. Pro-life vote the way that the way to brandon is almost like make him a super fight every fucking time. He touched the ring. You know aww late. You know do make sense but that's a._j. Involved and if you're andy now you've had two super fights nights and neither have gotten to the level of thriller manila or rumble in the jungle or cardiff or wembley. You know what i mean so like which me for andy forrest pay-wise or forest just atmosphere that was stadium because again we look at floyd and and he only had three opportunities right now obviously he could've tried with roberto guerrero and see could eat dallas with some cheap tickets and maybe if he would've blueprint and himself canal did ten dollar tickets did forty something fifty seven and goes you know who knows but the thing is you only get a certain certain amount of opportunities to do that and you ain't getting in there with this one. That's two back to back so now. You've got to hope and pray you beat a._j. So that you could get that next stadium admi opportunity with the right yes or what chris down in mexico. I'm telling you i'm telling you that's eighty fight fight. You know i was i was with you. Give him the tuneup areola but now you're talking about a stadium. I just keep in mind that we're talking stadium. The lowest numbers we got is like cannella somewhere forty something high forties right even earl just did twenty matter of fact aero did what era do forty forty forty nine forty eight so cannella did a little bit more than that you pretty four and then and then you've got a._j. Doing as you know so. It's like you accident a lot. You accident bro. If anybody comes through a._j. Dead he gonna get stadium fight down in mexico city areola areola. Somebody's house and people going to go. I don't know if eight thousand pay thirty forty thousand a year but that's what i'm saying economics anomalies don't.

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"roberto guerrero" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

F1: Beyond The Grid

12:01 min | 2 years ago

"roberto guerrero" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

"Now, it's really interesting that you say you think Gordon Murray was the guy running the ship because I must ask you about the fan. Car the him fan car seventy eight. What was it like to drive how much testing did you do with it prior to going to Sweden? There was a certain amount of testing done in. I did some of the initial running of the car. I think maybe at brands hatch, a Nikki likewise, had some time in the car, the big advantage of the fan car had, let's say over the Luther seventy nine which is a pure era dynamic sliding skirts. Whatever was that the losers gained it's done falls by as the roads speed increased. Then the square of the speed increase the dawn force whereas with the brab fan car, we had a conventional front and rear wing on the car, but the fan because it was geared to engine speed. So in the fan was doing whatever RPM in first gear, for example, it was generating the same amount of suction as it was done at twelve thousand pm and six gear. So the benefit of the fan, cop was that it's lower speed up to middle speed. Aid levels of Don force would have been greater than the, the ground effect, Luder seventy nine the Luder Seventy-nine, then probably would have gained the advantage in the, the, the quicker, middle speed too high speed corners, because it was generating a lotta Don force compared to a conventional car. But in a circuit like under store in the nature of the corners that worked very well, for the fan car, and the probably the change that was required from a driver was instead of rushing into a corner, during what you'd normally do breaking your normal point in getting the car to the apex would have been maybe backing off slightly out here, but getting on the throttle earlier to get the fan to start to suck to get the dawn forced to get the grip to get the speed off the corner. So that was the principal difference in driving technique and style over a conventional non-drug effect car. Was it correct to ban it? What was your reaction after I think the, the reason it didn't get banned. First of all. Bernie voluntarily withdrew it. And the reason he did it is this going on there, because there was a meeting of a folk amazing, convened in under store, where Colin Chapman, was spitting, feathers, Ken Terrel was spitting, generally teddy Mayer was running around shaking, his wrist. What time is it? What time is it? Noli other manufacturers were up in arms because Bernie, and Gordon had stolen a March that done something which was the most liberal interpretation of air, dynamic regulations. The purpose of the fan was primarily to COO the radiator, that's what Gordon, designed to do the secondary benefit was, as I explained the way generated stunned force, but there was clearly going to be a split bigger than Brexit frankly, and Bernie took the view. And I mean, in fairness to burn he'd spent a lot of money on the BT forty six for the second time because when the BT forty six was introduced. Most people have forgotten. It was introduced with a revolutionary cooling system on the co it had surface panel cooling on the side panels on the triangulated, Monaco, and the idea was that you would have more efficient mechanism of cooling, but by doing away with a conventional core radiator, you affectively gain. Maybe sixty radio horsepower, because at the time conventional radiators are like putting a bond door up to airflow, and I did those tests. And I knew how much advantage the car had with surface cooling. The problem was the surface cooling was inadequate at the time. The technology was inadequate at the time and I couldn't do a lap of SilverStone grand prix circuit from cold to the end of a lot with other boating, like channel because of all had a couple of expressive was. So they the second innovation in the BT. Forty six was then with the fan car, Bernie saw the potential danger to this group called FOCA and Bernie was looking way way down the road. It wasn't so concerned about the individual interests of his team. He was looking at the bigger picture of Formula one and because television was very much in its infancy. He had this vision, I think it was a rolling road vision of an expansion of the brand or the product called grown, pre or Formula, one or whatever you want to call it, and this was going to create such a rift could could have potentially split FOCA at the time, which was not, what Bernie thought was going to be a good idea. Do you think this was the first time he'd put Formula One's interests, perhaps ahead of his own team's interests, as certainly is the most obvious time there may have been other instances. But so did this is the most. Blatant. And obvious. Time for the product, which was Formula, one and the potential that had on a global television platform, Bernie saw the big picture, and it wasn't a flat screen either in those days. But as his driver, we annoy that he was taking that stance because you potentially had car though, that was going to win every race for the rest of this, obviously, we have to follow his direction was so Bernie said, look, I can't do anything about it. Now, let me raise the car here, and I assure you that the car will turn up with the French grown Pri as a bog standard Beatty Forty-six, which is what it did. And to rub salt to Colin Chapman's wounds. I actually got pulled position at gave me enormous pleasure to stuff it up. You know, Colin Morio not so Ronnie was a friend but those two Mario one colon. I mean, what a piece of work, those two were when it came to. Hey man that car. Throwing rocks fans. Somebody's gonna get too. Yeah. Shit. But John, this was a great insight into what was coming up, actually, in the next few years, because it was a highly political period in Formula one. And there were just two instances I wanted to ask you about what are you recollections of the nine hundred eighty one South African grand prix when there were no manufacturer teams in the race at all. I think I was in a b twenty nine hundred actually not on the MP for one, because it hadn't actually been. I suppose you have just a song as I got my whatever sixteen grown breezy year. I didn't probably give it a an enormous amount of respect. You say those new manufacturers, so you're saying. And I don't remember and no Ferrari. There are no Reynaud. Yeah. Indeed are coming about. Yes. I mean, it was a part of a of a war that was going on. But remember this war began in nineteen seventy nine in earnest and surrounded and focused upon me. I think that's a straw. This is story you need to destroy I racial McLaren Argentina. Varna Saudis, also through one of my favorite circuits, one of my favorite countries in the world. The race started. I think it was in the second row of the grid and the m twenty eight which is the best ever performed an into the turn one, which is sort of a quick s fund Jody Scheckter alongside man, I squeezed him a bit thinking that he might back out of it, but Jodi didn't back out of it. Sweet collided be spun in the middle of the pack and mayhem was released so Jody's car was damaged wasn't repairable PK in the problem got a broken ankle. Micah was virtually on damaged. So we go to fixed again on the grid and finished third in the race. But the new president of the FAA, jaw Marie blessed and this is my interpretation. That's not maybe in, in, in print was that ballast used that issue to instruct the stewards of the meeting to effectively, we're going to ban Watson for the year for that incident for dangerous driving. Is that whatever? I don't know what he used that opportunity to assert himself as the independent. And, and because it was an F I a championship gonna put Moseley mayor, but principally a Bernie back into the box from where they've come is our championship is not theirs. They better learn to respect. So I became the catalyst of all series of negotiations that took place between Argentina and Brazil, and sort of ended up being I was on. Obation effectively for the rest of the year. But the had to pay significant amount of I think Swiss francs at the time fine, which was paid. I didn't. The. Nobody else paid it. But me and it was basically, I think the stewards were bamboozled by the president. Thank god. His dad's we can't sue me for for liable of standard. And that was the beginning. If you like of this, tussle between Balestra on the one hand and Bernie and max representing the teams on the other hand and South Africa was one of those events and there were others in eighty one as well where as you pointed manufacturers didn't it wasn't a points championship race. Was it was a non championship? I mean, I suppose I took the view. It's a race. It's race. It's race. It I wasn't gonna turn into my team and say we'll because it's a non championship race that doesn't count. So we went there as the FOCA teams and just out of interest. You go paid the same amount of money. No idea. Okay. Just ask me questions. What, what about something else? Let's first pull to South Africa. Eighty two and the drivers strike. Yeah. Very much led by NICKY. You say that Nikki was Elvis figureheads, and one of probably two people, but from my viewpoint, the person that was actually, the principal negotiator was Didier Perroni and DA. If you look for talks about maybe off camera talked about his rule in Ferrari, and how he was moving Diddy. Prunier was a smart. Intelligent guy. Very very I'm Beatrice. Articulate a good negotiator and I think a lot of the negotiations would have been handled by DDA pot, because he was French and his ability to communicate with the F, I and I suppose to a lesser degree Bernie and max who are going to try and introduce football type contracts into formula. One Nikki was involved. But I think Perroni was probably the, the principal, but less visual than the Nikki would have been. What was the atmosphere, like among the drivers? How difficult was it to get everybody to come on board with what you're doing? Most drivers came on board one or two. Roberto Guerrero, I think came under pressure. More from his girlfriend bursting into tears and. A couple of others. I think bailed out as well because there were probably younger drivers. It was, it was not a good moment for formula. One was a very public display of. Split between the drivers. And I think the sympathy would have been with the drivers because when you get management trying to impose a contract form, which was in the interests of the of the management of team more than that of a driver then. So it didn't happen.

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"roberto guerrero" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"roberto guerrero" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Facebook link carpool, USA dot com. Dot org. This is the heroes of the five hundred second to one on ninety three w IDC. I'm staying Lear. We continue our salute to the second place finishers in the Indianapolis five hundred with two time runner up. Dan, gurney gurney was one of the greatest road racers in history and a winner in IndyCar racing Formula one and NASCAR speedway historian Donald Davidson, I just figured, Danker, any was destined to win the Indianapolis five hundred. I mean, I would look at the names or be thinking about during the summer about what's going to happen next year. I would've almost bet that Dan gurney was going to win. He had had second second and third three consecutive years, and yet and he stood on the gash, but he only lead, I think to apps, and that's really hard to believe, because in sixty seven for instance. The turban was leading, and Dan was sort of, like I in clash, I mean, not that I wanna bring up the again. But I remember that for lap after lap, Parnelli would come by with with silent Sam, and then the would be, you know, you could tick the seconds off. And then he came Danker any, and then you take off more seconds here, came everybody else. So he was sort of like in a class by himself. I in class and it, it probably the biggest surprise more than the fact that he didn't win the driver is when you look down laps led he didn't he only had a couple another road racer thrilled fans at the Brickyard was Roberto Guerrero, the Colombian came to I m s from Formula one and he wasn't regarded as a potential winner, but Guerrero was quick from the first time he hit the oval in nineteen Eighty-four. I remember that I mean obviously he went to a great. Team. It was big naughty, Qatar. And it was big Noddy, so you figured okay, well, he's probably going to do well, but and he had a very eventful nineteen Eighty-four remember the things that happened he spun, maybe twice. I mean, he did a three sixty at some point, and then I think he stalled on pitstops at least twice and ended up second Guerrero, grab second rookie of the year honors nineteen Eighty-four and three years, later looked to be on his way to victory. The Colombian as has been running second tomorrow and dreading all afternoon. But when Andretti suddenly slowed with twenty three laps to go. Guerrero took the lead. They only obstacle one final pitch. Stop on lap. One eighty two. Tom myers. Sure. Does get in.

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"roberto guerrero" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"roberto guerrero" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Pole, but the veterans race would be over before it would have a chance to begin. Henry. Car. Wait a minute. A car is. Center. Guerrero has spun off the track on the backstretch picking contact with the end wall. Well, you know, this is the thing that, that, that, that I'm troubled by the fact that in an instant, and he didn't take anybody with him. But the very fact that he spun on the patient. You know, I don't know if you call it technical reasons, but it was, it was so cold, that the tired, wouldn't adhere to the trek service. And he, he actually had gashed a little bit to try and spin the tires to get something eat in them, which is something you would normally do, but the track was cold. It didn't catch and he spun. And the next thing he knows he can do anything he's into the to the wall. And he's out before the race even starts from the poll and the sad thing is that the actual he's remembered for we finished second twice. He was second third fourth and second. And, and had a chance to win in eighty seven. And, and then with all of that, and he one other races. He had a very distinguished career. But when you save Roberto Guerrero, what's the first thing you think of. And the poor guy was so sporting. Gentlemanly about it. Because people, I mean, I've been with him at talks, and people would say, you know, good luck in the racist. Roberto don't, don't don't crash on the pace lap, and he would say, oh, you know, I'm sort of laugh with that. But you could just tell it hurt. Number three. Later on that same day may twenty four nineteen Ninety-two the racing fates. Delta, another driver, a major disappointment. Michael Andretti, led one hundred sixty laps in that Wendy, fifty eight degree day passing other drivers seemingly at will on lap. One sixty six and ready cranked out a lab just over two hundred twenty nine miles per hour, the top speed recorded in the nineteen Ninety-two five hundred and the third fastest fastest lap ever run in the greatest spectacle in racing. But it had already been a rough day for the Andretti. Family here comes the green flag Michael Andretti. Huge lead. And a crash in turn for Bob. Yes, it involves Mario Andretti. It's a good bye. Again, spent.

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"roberto guerrero" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"roberto guerrero" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Fox News. This is heroes of the five hundred the top ten heartbreaks on ninety three WIBC staying Lear. Number four. In our last segment. You heard Hal? Roberto Guerrero finished second in the nineteen eighty seven Indianapolis five hundred due to stalling on his final pit stop because of damage received a tragic incident in the second half of that year's race later that year Guerrero was seriously injured in a testing accident at the Brickyard and was in a coma for seventeen days. Guerrero battled back to race again but didn't have the same success. He had prior to the crash, although he did finish second in his first race back at Phoenix. Nineteen hundred eight by nineteen Ninety-two Guerrero, had moved onto a new team king racing led by drag racing legend Kenny Bernstein, the teen used a powerful Buick engine at the Brickyard at on pole day Guerrero put it to good use. Dry record speedway historian Donald Davidson, when he won the pole, he'd actually posted his time, and that means some weather delays, so not everybody had had their chance on the Saturday. And so we went home on Saturday, and he was the fastest qualifier so far. But his teammate, Jim Crawford had a chance to beat him. And so on Sunday morning, we would actually I had him on did an interview with him. Beautiful sunshine and practice hadn't started yet. And how important is the poll to you? And he's just very important. And I said, well, there's a couple of people in line, one of your own teammates that has an opportunity to maybe take the poll from you. How would you feel about that? And I thought he would say, well, you know, we're, we're knows long as we start up front. And they said, oh, I would be devastated. And I thought I was really surprised that it was that important to him race day. Nineteen Ninety-two was the coldest in the history of the five hundred and it didn't take long realize it will be a long day due to the weather. Now, the fact that it is so cool here and the wind chill temperature was thirty six degrees this morning with an air temperature of about fifty two.

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"roberto guerrero" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"roberto guerrero" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Rather than risk of blow out and possible. Crash. Sacks played it safe. Calcutta. Thanks coming in. Let's pick him up here because John Peterson is not in this outfit he's gone victory lane. Great break fray. J point nippy pick. Now, Eddie Sachs will come in second. I as we said this five hundred mile race goes five hundred miles what an amazing winner, he would have made. I mean, then, of course, the question is did he really need to come in Kudayev slow down when Foyt e e could've slowed down, while he was chasing, but he didn't know that fortunate enough to make another stop. But when they stop if Sachs was Raj ward, ward would have slowed down. And I think being able to baby at home and win. Sacks defended his decision and said, quote, I'd sooner finished second than be dead and quote. But if Sachs had one I can't imagine. I mean, look at the that, that he would have got and the attention that he would have. Because his personality, he would have gone onto television shows that otherwise an Indianapolis, five hundred winner, you know, would not invited to us chromatic we incorrect, but just the, the amount of attention that he would have got. I think would have been phenomenal. Sacks, one set of the five hundred quote the moment that race starts is always the greatest moment of my life and the day. I win that race. It will be as if my life is ended. There is nothing more than one out of life, three years later that he sacks lost his life at the speedway in pursuit of his dream to win the five hundred. Number five. In Roberto Guerrero's. I three Indianapolis five hundred finished second third, and fourth in his fourth start in nineteen eighty-seven Guerrero rolled off fifth, and he like most of the field spent the day chasing pole-sitter Mario Andretti who led one hundred seventy laps on the day, but Andretti suddenly slowed on the front stretch while holding a huge lead with less than twenty five laps to go putting Guerrero in prime position to take the victory all the Columbia driver needed was a flawless final pitstop on lap, one eighty three but that's not what he got. Tom. In order to make sure he does get back. Now getting closer and closer. Let me. One..

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"roberto guerrero" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"roberto guerrero" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Well a b off on the best thereby a lot of people just stand in an juan de la maskhadov boise sao paulo google by they'll make no difference we so all yeah tom izzo the is god with regard zone in basilan though all of wisdom now let's go go go level cafe volkov we want to say we once again on st now you know something out of the way out to check out the way we have to see easily from the top of the key you know again empty the p the sea seasons ever tell from the heavens above the wahdat of america at the second on the market due to only two that i would do it are you saying other melody now now as gifts the eight telecom began the year before and what the wacky with the madison who won't bow and while we did we spread is known brad aluminum siachen dare you lack of style legit to start young is a big concern seven i've i've seen three and st lee the queen just kill them i can do he also applicable also present was an existing nomoreza now when you came down and we came in and mali won't shoot again those gave minutes and rutowicz on of what exactly hanamaki warning house scream salvo and on an agenda without a doubt zach they will we be of albums of south and make your dandruff who make pays pearl panther who began and ms van because it's in the game and that into some go because everybody knows is another but it is no raffle shot the shoe was sad to say that one way or has done in the real deal the main masonry of land like you guys thanks appealed the people in the face beal base can and second of the hanson has been raised that was in the house this is joe jn showed every by pursue damn dumbass in the net of added value to the ryan who've been body now bill you could dilute on that guingona devastating worth and to never hurt been on these aleve i got nods but also young lady from the him the ball out of rival roberto guerrero that aku's the bunker in half born this is done is you don't stop vulgar drought john alderdice leader of a good result.

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"roberto guerrero" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"roberto guerrero" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Well a b off on the best thereby a lot of people just stand in an juan de la maskhadov boise sao paulo google by they'll make no difference we so all yeah tom izzo the is god with regard zone in basilan though all of wisdom now let's go go go level cafe volkov we want to say we once again on st now you know something out of the way out to check out the way we have to see easily from the top of the key you know again empty the p the sea seasons ever tell from the heavens above the wahdat of america at the second on the market due to only two that i would do it are you saying other melody now now as gifts the eight telecom began the year before and what the wacky with the madison who won't bow and while we did we spread is known brad aluminum siachen dare you lack of style legit to start young is a big concern seven i've i've seen three and st lee the queen just kill them i can do he also applicable also present was an existing nomoreza now when you came down and we came in and mali won't shoot again those gave minutes and rutowicz on of what exactly hanamaki warning house scream salvo and on an agenda without a doubt zach they will we be of albums of south and make your dandruff who make pays pearl panther who began and ms van because it's in the game and that into some go because everybody knows is another but it is no raffle shot the shoe was sad to say that one way or has done in the real deal the main masonry of land like you guys thanks appealed the people in the face beal base can and second of the hanson has been raised that was in the house this is joe jn showed every by pursue damn dumbass in the net of added value to the ryan who've been body now bill you could dilute on that guingona devastating worth and to never hurt been on these aleve i got nods but also young lady from the him the ball out of rival roberto guerrero that aku's the bunker in half born this is done is you don't stop vulgar drought john alderdice leader of a good result.

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"roberto guerrero" Discussed on No Huddle

No Huddle

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"roberto guerrero" Discussed on No Huddle

"Roberto guerrero lomas micronutrients nato old wrestling team salient question yes your hair was purple last week you broke that story here on the nfl a twoday color is it today our still purple purple little bit faded we go to a touch up the girls are uh looking for a reapplication a little bit later today um but but yes we're we're we're going to stick with it for a while maybe through the holidays maybe we'll get it a little festive as we get closer to to christmas and everything towards the new year uh new new face new new attitude in a dominant performance in 2018 right color color because you know how canada oregon to them so we are wall all dr wait a minute load i'm away he can you'll know my small back and i'll carry on the minutes when we see you on radio the super bowl will you have purple hair yeah why did you vote for midland had carried their like i've no juice it's two thousand six should i be concern i understand it's about the kids but you're also grown adult go troika choices that are alive crime whether it's american informed or what they think of the fact that you know tung tung g chee football videos at someone says hey you still need to wear a suit as asinine to me well what i'd have a little bit of protest hair prime she's tear come on me down mike you wanna know hey.

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"roberto guerrero" Discussed on No Huddle

No Huddle

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"roberto guerrero" Discussed on No Huddle

"Mark hooper banged up in michael kraft she suspended is there any one in the raiders often she would start including deri car i think against the giants now that they've got that wonderful gino smith led off and so that's still got me shake my head south roberts steps up as a potential number three wide receiver fouryear can maybe get a big hit uh occurred darrell patterson but we never know what his workload going to be on a weektoweek basis so i think we're going to look at him perhaps as one of those deep sleepers but four derek car no better that a late number two option this week ju maybe the giants defense is inspired by certainly for dare car we haven't seen the level of consistency part of that is because of the bell stone a hands of his receivers i think that's why they felt so emboldened start throwing punches as i can launched the air and not catch a football locale hard my hands all let's punch elvis stone roberto guerrero lomas micronutrients little galard here in the old wrestling team salient question yes your hair was purple last week you broke that story here on the nfl a twoday color as it today our still purple purple little bit faded leah we go do a touch up the girls are uh looking for a reapplication a little bit later today um but but yes we're we're we're going to stick with it for a while baby through the holidays maybe we'll get it a little festive as we get closer to two christmas and everything towards the new year uh new new face new new attitude in a dominant performance a 2018.

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