26 Burst results for "Scott Dixon"
How Does William Byron Prep for the Coke 600?
"So how does william byron prepare for the longest race of the nascar season coming up this weekend. I just hydrate differently. You're more throughout the week. Honestly and i think you know the as far as it goes like effort in the car. I think the six hundred is maybe not the highest effort race because of the way the track is. And you know it's not there's not a ton of bump content or content. Maybe to kind of song wheel. Would i'd say atlanta darlington would be harder so no i don't think physically you do much. I think it you know. Eating and hydrating is a little bit different. Because i feel like throughout the race. You need more fluids and then you also need to kind of eat at some point during the race whether it's energy choose or stuff like that. So and what is william that other race going down this weekend. The indianapolis five hundred. I think as i grown appreciation for racing in general. And as i've as i've learned some of the folks over on our garside with You know the training guys us with pit fit. Jim leo they. They trained scott dixon. And some of those guys up there. And i try to get the end of the race as we get ready for the six hundred. Just kind of varies based on timing. But but yeah. I think it's cool. It's really cool. Data to have both of us
"scott dixon" Discussed on Raceline Radio
"Super. Well, he's He's a he's a busy boy that is definitely a crawling everywhere now pulling himself up I'm sure the next week. So He's GonNa be walking and. I think nine months and maybe a week three. So it's East priest It just gives us We'll fuel to to try and come back repeats and and You know the championship where he has your family has always been very very important to you and and continues to be so Scott Dixon, race line, Radio Twenty twenty champion six time title list in the INDYCAR series looking back at the clinching race. Again, in Saint Pete I Joseph have gone with three stops would you have been pulled into that as as well? You think Scott any on the side you know in front you know we were going to July lap sometimes we were talking about. Situations Feet. I should just follow up into the midst because it doesn't have enough time to call up. But what if there was any because we just didn't have enough front in the cow. Because it was basically like dragster unlimited rick. Consume it but yeah. We would have gone to that extent a couple of. Off as you said, the breaks were giving you fits you know heading into race day and it's one of the things that I have said a million times to people who say what separates the great drivers from the good drivers and the great teams from the good teams is the fact that the great ones are able to adapt and know how to adjust in make it right when things go wrong, it would have been on a circuit so tight and so tough as Saint Pete to have bad breaks would just throw other people completely out the window but you didn't do that I mean your brakes were giving you trouble all weekend long weren't they? We definitely had a major problem yesterday with the brakes. You'll maybe run fifty, five, fifty, seven percent and always having to run up to sixty, three, sixty, four percent on the brake bias and still walking is..
"scott dixon" Discussed on Raceline Radio
"Race on radio, DOT, CA facebook instagram race line radio network radio network, three words squished together no gaps and at twitter symbol at capital e. capital t capital are and then race line. Okay. Capital. Et. For, twitter and there you go for the addresses to get in here. Shall we go to the mail bag and get some entries and comments I think we should. All sharpie. Yes. Wow. This is great because David Sharp. Former a prize pack winner faith listener on. Co. flagship affiliate newsradio nine hundred HTML Hamilton back in longtime. No Right Powell. Nice. Lovely long entry and comment. I will slightly a bridge for the sake of time. Sharp goes on to say this high et pretty sure. The answer to the Trivia question is million horsepower for the new twenty, twenty, two Subaru and he is correct. He's got another entry in the into the the brake drum. Sorry for the delay. In sending an email to you had a test recently and happy to say I'm good to go. Yeah. Good. That's good. If you least feel ill at all get one, please sharpie did an and leads by example unlike some other people. I he goes on to say there are so many things I'd like to discuss with you in the motorsport world et tube never got a chance to chat at the Toronto Indie because of the cancellation true sharpie. So many feel good stories lately lazard winning and trucks Kyle Larson getting reinstated going to the Hendrick number five seeing a post. Robert. WICCANS in a special go developed by his brother Trevor and Parker Thomson getting a shot at L., N. P., three car for the petite Lama on the inside. However, some things continue to make me cringe. Always supported as you know up and coming Canadian drivers like you do but I really hate seeing them hit the ceiling far below the potential because of a lack of sponsorship backing, I know all ruffled feathers with this but the players racing development program was terrific. Look what it did and who had developed banning cigarette sponsorship was the first step that killed opportunities for so. Many drivers worldwide, not just in Canada. But never once did I ever pick up a cigarette because Rick mears drove a Marlboro car or Paul Tracy drove a cool car well, he's right. In actual fact, the banning of tobacco advertising is really had no effect on smoking really at all he goes on to conclude I hate watching drivers, like Parker, Thompson having to sell his talents. In the off season just barely make ends meet for a ride. I. Know Every car owner can see what a talented fella he is on and off track. So I think we'll see him at a higher level and twenty twenty one certainly hope. So sharpie anyway I hope I didn't much you're on social media you proven you can take it and more than proven you. Can also give it back. Love that will think so much stay safe Eric talk again soon there is a David sharp known sharpie good friend of ours a good motorsport fan big booster of Canadian racing into as I say, a former grand prize pack winter. Yup You know we haven't had that Baqi argument for a long time, but when the tobacco money went away. Especially, in this country, the development of Canadian drivers a really slowed down to a trickle and no other company's been able to pick that back up. The sad part of it is you know the argument is and my battle with lots of people over the years you can't licensed behavior. The banning of tobacco advertising on the site of race cars has had no effect on the reduction of smoking stopping people from smoking or young people from picking up the terrible habit. But that's just the way it is I mean that's that's that's what's happened. It's it's a worldwide ban on its affected, the sport and and sharpies. Right? You know you'd like to see more more companies jump in here and support Canadian talent because you don't want guys like. Jeff Kingsley and and and those guys on the Porsche. Gt Three Challenge, Cup Canada, and USA side. You know are they gonNA fall through the cracks darn it. I hope not just because of a lack of sponsorship because the talent is there Parker Thompson is a prime example. We've had this guy on the show plenty of times. You know what a great driver is and what an even better personality he is. So it's it's amazing that we still have that situation but man, we really do need somebody to pick up that slack left by the the exit of tobacco advertising whatever your argument happens to be. On the tobacco side. So finish a contest entries are comments, US Eric, race line radio DOT CA connect to netter facebook and instagram race line radio network and on twitter at race line still this qualifying question last week for it new twenty, twenty, two, Subaru ed getting added engine power with a turbo how many horsepower the next Gen, Beers ed projected to put out another pitstop here well, but I've had more of our INDYCAR season wrap up with Scott Dixon Mrs race lying presented by Subaru VR's sports coupe from our VR's at Info go to Subaru Dot ca.
"scott dixon" Discussed on Raceline Radio
"Torrents. Leading Doug by one top fuel points. Canada's Todd Peyton by the way ranking nineteenth in that order in Funny Car Hagan Leads Johnson Junior by forty two and on the pro stock side Anders leading conflict junior by fifty five points a wrap up on this as well. Next week Black Swirl Moto GP just a pair them to do back to backs, November eighth and Fifteenth Alexia Spain heading in Joon. Merely Fabio Rico by only fourteen points because it's tight on the bikes as well faces in the pits, Greg McPherson the men's sidetrack news checking some rather bad news the venue for their splendid Mohtaram accustomed car in motorsports. Expo. Informing them that the twenty twenty one edition will not be staged because of Covid nineteen still being far too hot. All pushed ahead to March eleven twelve and thirteen, twenty, twenty, two, this year's Mohtaram was cut short as the virus started to flare badly Mohtaram facebook and twitter account's still open for Info updates and. Forms they are, of course, very disappointed without a make Motorola twenty, twenty, two bigger and better than ever, and we're with you all the way boys. Well, here we go. Again on this debate, how young is too young the most crowd pleasing race of the eastern states weekend recently at Orange. County. Fair speedway Middletown New York saw twelve year old. That's not a misprint. That's right. Twelve year old tanner. Van Doren of Walnut Port Pennsylvania not only win the fifty lap sportsman modified feature but the preteen also won the two thousand Twenty Sportsman Track Championship full credit for the win and the title but it opens up the argument on minimum age for drivers. It's not the first time somebody's race while too young to drive publicly Allen. Junior and of course, Jeff Gordon are examples, but there would always be exceptional. Kids like ten van Doren. But in my mind, it is just too risky to put anyone in a race car who's under the age of sixteen at least staying cards just a little bit longer stay a little safer and that surfer this week on the race wrap your questions, opinions, comments on headlines and issues on the news are always welcome anytime. Let's hear from Biaggi continue to stay safe and. Sensible comparing racing opinions and ideas. Fellow race fans across the network could win you the Grand Prize in the Subaru Race Lonnie mailbag trivia contest coming up shortly. Okay. Well, let's do.
"scott dixon" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"In. And and do you have access to foods like I mean do you have park and you get to it? Right so that's something I'm asking I'm curious about to what is your? Do you live in a food desert rate? Your income level what's your? What cuisines are are you open to? What kind of taste flavor profiles do you? Like? That's something I'd Wanna ask but to so if you're just asking like what what are some really good awesome high quality foods I can eat. Salmon Avocado avocados truly are one of nature's most perfect foods. As our eggs I think that. Just wonderful. You know afraid of the cholesterol with a yolks or is that is that old science? That's old science yeah. I mean our bodies regulate cholesterol fairly tightly within their own internal feedback mechanisms. It's actually remarkable to me how much. How much we can gain the system like one of the things I used to love about nutrition was that we used to think that we can game the system and I do believe that we can. It's just that we can't often do it to the degree that we think we can. and so regulating body pages another example of that where people really yeah no, it's not a thing. Wait hold on. So acidic foods alkaline foods is a little bit of a about not a thing. Wait a minute. Eat a bunch of big bag of chips versus some asparagus. You're saying that that's not really interface on the alkaline system. Okay. So so there are things that I call. Right for the wrong reasons. And so I get I get that. So it's like why people think something works like it may work or not. It's just the explanation for it is not always. Correct. So it's like you know acupuncture probably doesn't work based on Lake. She? But like there's probably something, there's some neurotransmitter mechanism that we can. We can look at understand why it works. So yes. So the the the body pitch thing thing because the body regulates very, very tightly with its own internal feedback mechanisms and one of the biggest. Regulators is actually respiration which I think is kind of interesting. So. I did not know that. So are you taking us back to deep breathing's actually going to be? You know I wish that were true. Again, I wish that we could game the system so much more than we can but but it's Funny because in a sense, you mentioned like how the body works people are like. Okay so could I do it this way like if if respite respiration is a fundamental cellular process lift I breathe. It's like doesn't work like. But I like that your mind went there. We are seeing some some interesting research on. A breathing and thresholds for let's call it choking but it's really like dying. So long exiles in carbon dioxide exchange can trigger an trip over some trip wires for the brain that Oh. My God we're GonNa die. And playing in that almost dying brain wire trip wire stuff you actually we think we can shift the mechanism of anxiety a bit too which is really interesting. Right but it's not that far of a stretch that if you play in the difficult space you're going to get. Better at the difficult things. and. So carbon dioxide. Sensation where you WANNA breathe in. But you don't be that thing is what we're talking about. It's scary. Everyone's got tripwire there got a place. It's so true in an in it's kind of. A completely ten general point which is that. It, used to be the training. A mask was a thing right people people believed that it would somehow increase oxygen capacity whatever they believed about it. So they were like doing hardcore cross fit stuff in masks. To kind of limit their breeding capacity, and now I find it kind of saddened hilarious at the same time that the anti mask argument, which is incorrect as it increases your carbon dioxide, you're suffocating yourself but I'm like, but wait like these some of the same people that like two years ago where training hardcore. In Basques. So anyway, it's sort of context is everything I guess is The point of that story but but who knows in their resume NFL athletes on our team that would come out practice before or before a game with a mask on At the science nerds were like, what are you doing? You know? Doing. You know, maybe do it on a Wednesday I don't know I don't. Know so okay good. So I'm not clear on what a good meal is. A more clear on the right questions to ask like. Okay that's really good. It's actually the super helpful. Well and I and I think the discussion that we kind of wandered into is it demonstrates the value of understanding mechanisms and first principles and why things work or don't right and so kind of the questions that you have around what makes a great meal or you know what makes wearing a mask useful or whether something regulates body Ph to answer a lot of those questions we need to understand the fundamental processes by which things work, and so that's something I always insist on our curriculum. To explain how and why things work and you know rather than just telling people that I like to do it through stories and so you know were this curriculum I would explain the concept of a great meal. Through the story of Michael trying to figure out what a great meal is and so like the kinds of questions that he'd crackled with and the kinds of topics that we went over but but yeah. So. I give you a few foods that I liked. Other. How about Chin check this? Okay. For me. Okay. Four of the seven days a week I've got. I wish I could tell you that I've got this flamboyant range of foods that I eat, but the truth is. I'm. I'm not very good at know preparing food. So I'm better off when I have a mail service program, it's delivering food to the house but so eggs Avocado Toast saw Zeki. A. Throw some sometimes a little bit of a aggressive butter on there, and then as healthy amount avocado throw some an egg on top with some Chia seed about that a little spicy pepper and then You know and so that's kind of like a go to have a couple of those or some sort of oatmeal. With some. Like this probably better mixing some protein powders. Nuts in there and a little bit fruit. but so. How about that as a choice? What do you think? I think it's I. Think you make it very interesting assumption about what I would like or not like. For. Fair. Thank you. You know what I've got in the back of my head that you'll appreciate is sharing that with somebody recently about the OATMEAL. Oh, I wouldn't do OATMEAL. I'm like really like. So. Part of the reason. Can You? I mean I want to step back into this conversation note that we live in such a bizarre time in human history in a way when when. These are the kinds of conversations that we can be having an and the fundamental model that governs a lot of like this is a bad through. This is a good food is in a way based on kind of implicit model of human fragility like if you eat oatmeal Oh my God that is something terrible is going to. Do when in reality I mean humans rose being the dominant species on the planet because we were scavengers and omnivores and could eat anything anywhere anytime. Maybe not anything but you know. It is because of resilience in our ability to really adopt to whole variety of niche diets, and if you look at the incredible variety of dietary patterns around the world, there's huge diversity in the macro nutrient makeup. The choice of foods that people eat even the meal timing patterns there really is no standard way for humans to eat, and so the only way we can truly determine whether something is working or not is look at. The Lab of Michael Away, right. Are you warming in the way? You do you feel good. You mentally emotionally feel good when you eat is it meeting your ethical standards? Is it is a tasty in the way that you like and so like once we kind of achieves. This speaking with you. I'm going. You're right again. And this is actually how I work with athletes on the you know the psychological side and. You're so right like context is so important about all of this and I will tell you because I do measure some my HIV that Restricted feeding like a ten hour window. Or like an eight hour window somewhere in there, my hr, v..
"scott dixon" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"Yeah I think we often have this idea that change comes from this one singular event. Right people talk about like, oh I hit rock bottom and then I knew I woke up the next day and I vowed I was never going to drink again or whatever or had this epiphany this vision. Sure. Sometimes it happens. But a lot of the time change comes from like the thousand paper cuts of life. And there's one day when one thousand one happens and you're like God. Damn it I am so done with this. I'm but or or not just injury but like little gestures, we make micro gestures towards change that maybe operate even below the level of our conscious awareness. But over time these micro gestures accumulate. So if you record each one of them, you could look back and reconstructed narrative. Welcome back or welcome to the finding master podcasts a Michael Javale in by trade and Training Emma sporting performance psychologist, as well as the CO founder of compete to create. If you haven't picked up the audible original that just dropped I wanna courage to do that, and if you have a say, thank you and you can find the audible original. It's only available at audible at audible dot com forward slash compete to create not the whole idea. Behind these conversations is to learn from people who are on the path of mastery. We want to better understand what it is that they're searching for not so that we understand them better so much. So that, we can better identify what we're searching for life, and we want to dig to understand the psychological framework that they use how they see themselves. They make sense of the events around them. And we also want to understand the mental skills that they use to build and refine their craft. Now, this week's conversation is with Dr Krista Scott Dixon. She's a former university professor and researcher who now is focusing on helping people make meaningful change through the precision nutrition coaching and coaching certification programs. So, Krista was previously a guest on finding mastery number one, ninety two, and I enjoyed our conversation so much that I wanted how for back on around to. If, you're interested in learning more about Chris definitely check out the first podcast in. In this episode, we focus on the deep structure of change what actually shapes behavior. Just because someone has knowledge about an ideal way of doing something let's call it an upgraded or optimized way. That doesn't mean that they'll actually start doing the desired behavior. So why is that? Find this fascinating. It just because we know something, there's a space between that knowing and doing, and essentially what this podcast is about my hope is that this these conversations are not just. Clutter of great insightful information. But actually, it's information that you can do something with the upgrade to change to optimize the way that you. Think the way that you behave. And if you're interested in learning more about these mechanics, the behavioral change methodology defiantly check out the.
"scott dixon" Discussed on Pit Lane Parley
"Welcome to another episode of Pit Lane Parlay I am your host might joke. Them just joins me in joining us this morning. Is Genesis three hundred winner Scott Dixon first off Scott. How are you and congratulations? Yeah doing great at different, a fantastic weekend, and and go back to somewhat a little bit of normalcy and being back in the concert. You know I think that was the biggest thing to me was just. Getting back on track, and not having to to racing virtual worlds, things like that, so it was it was a little bit weird with with next ends, and that kind of separation, and all that we had to have over the weekend, but It's a great Mondays fish after we in the one. Yeah definitely you getting out of the car and they're being nobody. There was kind of shocking to see after so many years of watching racing and Big Celebration after the race, but with that being said this sixteenth straight year. You'VE WANNA race eighteen overall which ties Aj foy it so when you're mentioned alongside of somebody like Aj. For how much does that mean to you? Means the law you know I think this you know over the last few years with with AJ foyt and Um You know the android. And you know there you know to to even be mentioned. A nice list is It's it's amazing. You know I'm not a big person for looking at stats. I think that you know different things that you kind of reflect on once. You're out of racing, but definitely became a topic of discussion discussion for the last you know three or four years and It's amazing. You Know I. Think it just it it. You know kind of puts a lot of. You know it back onto the people that helped me get here. You know, and you know my parents or you know the investors that. You. Know put put it in their hard earned money you know when I was just a teenager and and kind of it does make you reflect a lot, so feels great to to be mentioned, and and you know we'll keep our head down here and trying to try him when a few Morris's differently in the. Next few years. Okay so kind of off racing. But how is life with the new baby in the house? It's been. Really, good I, think when you at timing with with how everything happened it was it was kind of perfect. You know we. We had kit. kind of INDIV- to Simba. And, actually my all season, being really busy 'cause kind of. Because of the Endurance races and things like that just because the GT program and come to a finish, so join. Wayne racing so that you know the additional tasting and then I did the rice in. Australia, this twelve. Oh, with Aston Mom so you know had to do a test in Spain, and if you so, it's kind of bouncing around a lot, and we had the Daytona twenty four hour and then down to you know Stroia so i. Didn't get a whole lot of time at home and then when all this happened. You know just It's been great. You know to be able to spend you know these these precious days I think at home. You know with coffee until as while they've been. kind of virtual learning with school, and all that kind of situation, so you know he's being He's being amazing of sleeping through tonight from three months. All you know from a APN to eight, which you know is for any parent that's that's a big breakthrough, so. That definitely helped I think it's some some piece through that period, but I think for a lot of people this is. It'd be nice to kind of. Get back to you know one of your loved ones, and reflect Wilson and you know for me. The timing was just perfect. Yeah, family time has definitely been important during the S. Yeah, so I'm going to piggyback off Justice Question here. Is it difficult to stay a a workout routine with a newborn and and two kids at home? Who are doing that e-learning? it, wasn't it? Wasn't you know I think With with the learning stuff you know they. They've school the International School here there and they're in French immersion, so know it's a little bit different with how their program works, but because the classes are quite small, any ten or eleven in each in poppy until class, so they they were. Sit Up, and so you know from eight thirty to lunchtime. You know we we didn't were in class. And then you know, continue on three PM, so that structure. She really helped us through that process and and you know still able to get you know my training in the morning and then also nasty noon. Lot of things change as far as equipment. We use a lot of reaction tools these days with synoptic and You know all of those pieces we couldn't utilize, but even sort of three weeks back. We started you know back on the Honda HP. United stimulator, which you know a pretty intense you know days. You're trying to get prepped and I think especially to Texas. That was a big. You know key for us because we were one of the few teams that hadn't tested they with. You know either a rookie or Or done the tightest so we. We spend a lot of time Trying to figure out how to help Brokaw's and you know all three cow super fast, and you know it was looking differently. for one to finish their with with Felix was real strong in the rights to, and and unfortunately go slipped up some traffic so Yeah, it was it was. It was pretty pretty consistent. If you know I think because we had more spare time, you know. 'cause we went traveling typically trouble on a on a plane. Know three to four times a week. to downtown training was like she stepped up a little bit, Arthur. Obviously Saturday night was the first race with the Arrow screen. Were there any visibility issues at night with it with the lights or anything like that? No, it was actually I thought it was a little bit. You know I think a lot of us were a little. Skip school, you know the the race time actually got moved up. know I think we were initially meant to run it like a thirty, and then because of NBC Primetime, we've got moved up to I, think just after seven o'clock and. that can be pretty bad for us just because turn streamflow. You kind of have a wide out, and then you go until blackout when? And four and there's a period of time. We don't actually see too much just because the sunlight. And I actually thought it was a little bit better with the screen a lot of us unsure of what buys us to where just because even the end? We weren't sure we're GONNA finish. you know nighttime know instance It's It was pretty good. You Know I. Think I had some some a lot of. As far as you know, robber, marks and things like that special molest saga were stuck in traffic. You know the second or third to last stint but the terrorists were perfectly. I think we took a tariff off every stuff. We heads you know so. It worked for Leslie you know, and even in the Hawk conditions it was extremely hot, really humid but the Helmet Cooling and all those situations. I think you know. A A great job getting tight, thank you. So kind of going off of your answer. There was was part of my next question, but did the tariffs seem to down? The pit stops at all and and part. Two of that is. Did the hotter temperatures in cockpit make too much different of a difference or was that helmet cooling really helpful. the held them choline. was you know I think without that could have been quite tricky. You know we have a ways of cooling to light through the the front wing and nose box which they didn't actually they didn't have those open for the weekend, which was Kinda strange indycar decided not.
"scott dixon" Discussed on Pit Lane Parley
"Welcome to another episode of Pit. Lane Parlay I am your host might joke. Them just joins me in joining us this morning. Is Genesis three hundred winner Scott Dixon first off Scott? How are you and congratulations? Yeah doing great at different, a fantastic weekend, and and go back to somewhat a little bit of normalcy and being back in the concert. You know I think that was the biggest thing to me was just. Getting back on track, and not having to to racing virtual worlds, things like that, so it was, it was a little bit weird with with next ends, and that kind of separation, and all that we had to have over the weekend, but It's a great Mondays fish after we in the one. Yeah definitely you getting out of the car and they're being nobody. There was kind of shocking to see after so many years of watching racing and. Big Celebration after the race, but with that being said this sixteenth straight year you've WANNA race eighteen overall which ties Aj foy it so when you're mentioned alongside of somebody like Aj. For how much does that mean to you? Means, the law you know I think this you know over the last few years with with AJ foyt and Um You know the android. And you know there you know to to even be mentioned. A nice list is It's it's amazing. You know I'm not a big person for looking at stats I think the different things that you kind of reflect on once. You're out of racing, but definitely became a topic of discussion discussion for the last you know three or four years and It's amazing. You know I think it, just it it. You know kind of puts a lot of. You know it back onto the people that helped me get here. You know, and you know my parents or you know the investors that. You know put put it in their hard earned money you know when I was just a teenager and and kind of it does make you reflect a lot. So feels great to to be mentioned, and and you know we'll keep our head down here and trying to try him when a few. Morris's differently in the. Next few, years. Okay so kind of off racing, but how is life with the new baby in the house? Gatsby. I think when you at timing with with how everything happened it was it was kind of perfect. You know we. We had kit. kind of INDIV- to Simba. and actually my all season being really busy 'cause kind of. Because of the. Endurance races and things like that just because the GT program and come to a finish, so join. Wayne racing so that you know the additional tasting and then I, did the rice in? Australia this twelve. Oh, with Aston Mom so you know had to do a test in Spain, and if you so, it's kind of bouncing around a lot, and we had the Daytona twenty four hour and then down to you know Stroia so i. Didn't get a whole lot of time at home and then when all this happened. You know just It's been great. You know to be able to spend you know these these precious days I think at home. You know with coffee until as while they've been. kind of virtual learning with school, and all that kind of situation, so you know he's being He's being amazing of sleeping through tonight from three months. All you know from eight eight to eight, which you know is for any parent that's that's a big breakthrough, so. That definitely helped. I think it's some some piece through that period, but I think for a lot of people this is. It'd be nice to kind of. Get back to you know one of your loved ones and reflect Wilson and you know for me. The timing was just perfect. Yeah, family time has definitely been important during the S. Yeah so I'm going to piggyback off Justice Question here. Is it difficult to stay a a workout routine with a newborn and two kids at home? Who are doing that e-learning? it, wasn't it? Wasn't you know I think With with the learning stuff you know they they've school. The International School here there and they're in French immersion so It's a little bit different with how the program works, but because the classes are quite small, any ten or eleven in each in poppy until class, so they they were. Sit Up, and so you know from eight thirty to lunchtime. You know we we didn't were in class. And then you know, continue on tree pm, so that structure. She really helped us through that process and and you. You know still able to get you know my training in the morning and then also nasty noon. Lot of things change as far as equipment. We use a lot of reaction tools these days with synoptic and You know all of those pieces we couldn't utilize, but even sort of three weeks back. We started you know back on the Honda HP. D. United stimulated which you know a pretty intense you know days you're trying to get prepped and I think especially to Texas. That was a big. You. Know Key for us because we were one of the few teams that hadn't tested they with. You know either a rookie or Or done the tightest so we. We spend a lot of time Trying to figure out how to help Brokaw's and you know all three cast super fast, and you know it was looking differently. for one to finish their with with Felix was real strong in the rights to and and unfortunately go slipped up some traffic so Yeah, it was it was. It was pretty pretty consistent. If you know I think because we had more spare time, you know. 'cause we went traveling typically trouble on a on a plane. You know three to four times a week. to downtown training was like she stepped up a little bit Arthur. Saturday night was the first race with the Arrow screen. Were there any visibility issues at night with it with the lights or anything like that? No, it was actually I thought it was a little bit. You know I think a lot of us were a little. Skip school, you know the the race time actually got moved up. know. I think we were initially meant to run it like eight thirty, and then because of NBC. Primetime we've got moved up to I. Think just after seven o'clock and. that can be pretty bad for us just because turn streamflow, you kind of have a wide out, and then you go until blackout when you get into ten four and this period of time. We don't actually see too much just because the sunlight. And I actually thought it was a little bit better with the screen a lot of us unsure of what buys to where just because even the end we weren't sure we're GONNA finish under you know nighttime know instance It's It was pretty good. You know I think I had some some a lot of debris as far as you know, robber, marks and things like that special molest saga were stuck in traffic. You know the second or third to last stint but the terrorists were perfectly. I think we took a tariff of every stop we had You know so alternately. It worked for Leslie. You know and even in the Hawk conditions. It was extremely hot, really humid but the Helmet Cooling and all those situations I think you know. A A great job getting tight, thank you. So kind of going off of your answer. There was was part of my next question, but did the tariffs seem to down? The pit stops at all and and part. Two of that is. Did the hotter temperatures in cockpit make too much different of a difference or was that helmet cooling really helpful. the held them choline..
"scott dixon" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"That maybe people pick up your book and so if you could talk about that but maybe in addition to that a couple of go dues or exploratory things that you could kind of nudge our our community toward yeah the go okay i'll give it a more abstract ones and not give you the more practical piece of it so the go do is going going encounter reality as it is and like reality is all around you so it's like you have to go somewhere especially you don't go into meditation retreat sit in your chair look around go out in the street look around go go experience something at a time or place you don't normally do that you know so it sort of jars your perspective a little bit go and experience reality directly the more practical implementation of that which we use in our nutrition coaching program is eat slowly holy the full presence and awareness as much as you can you know put down the phone turn off the TV whatever and just eat slowly and notice like what was it like to chew my food how does this stuff taste how does it smell how am i putting it in my mouth you know how am i experiencing it so that's a very very simple technique that we teach in our program program and when people first hear it they're done easy there were like okay call go ahead and try it i mean i it's funny that you you don't want to be boxed in by a mindfulness approach to life or meditation practices but you are like you're doing them like contemplative meditation or mindfulness is asking questions exploring and exploring the nature of reality like it's awesome to hear you put language to something that is very applied and has been for thousands of years in very organic and eating meditation is so hard and so challenging that it does get almost dismissed like this is silly but i'm sure you've done the meditation where you just put a raisin in your mouth or whatever and then in kind of advanced to actually noticing the sandwich you're putting the texture of go fill in the blank ingredients what that feels like have you have you started with arisen have you ever started yes yes yes and the reason the reason thing is actually in a lesson in in our program go yeah cool yeah yeah and i mean another another way we eat food like a wine tasting right here if you ever done a wine tasting or other whiskey tasting or beer-tasting whatever do do that with your day that's calvin do you drink alcohol it's funny you ask that actually because for a long time i didn't drink at all and then when i had some life change stuff happened the last few years i was like you know alcohol would make this feel better and i started i started drinking more and i mean i love scotch and anything that's sort of interesting flavor like gin and a good smokey moscow so i drink much more often relatively speaking that might be something you know something like three times a week or something like that if i have a really like someone makes me really good cocktail or something like that so yeah much more in vancouver there's a great like craft beer and craft booths seen so you know i can't participate is that some on average say the three times are we talking twelve beers the your forty six five feet tall mander is like a full cocktail tale context art so anything else on the news i honestly think there's yeah like go and get present isn't with reality and i don't wanna say stop the seeking don't wanna shut you down and be like okay that's all there is but i would say like really think about what's driving thing you to acquire an hord and seek and look for the answer because that may or may not be the correct project for the on there maybe maybe a wealth of things that are available like rate within you or immediately around you that you haven't yet mind if i think about you know for example athletic mastery right people like again what was the secret technique or was coaching technique and what you're actually looking for being good coach athlete is using the resources that you already have developing them to their fullest potential so if you're coach it's communication listening empathy you know planning analysis all that kind of stuff if you're an athlete it's what is located with my own body that i can develop as a capacity so i would say do a little bit less looking out there and more a little looking or cultivating within you or nearly around you love all of this and you're not going to say it's gonna say it is that nutrition is foundational it's an important part of us becoming if you wanna get better at it there's lots of ways to explore for that domain of humanness in one way to do it to get better at at the understand it is to punch over to precision nutrition and then your book the title of your book is brilliant say it for it's called why me want eat fixing your food fucked up a tude what are we getting from that well this it's funny because people always say like is there a kindle version no there is not because this is a print workbook and what does it takes all of the things that i have learned from working with clients and literature on disordered eating over the years to help people explore their issues with food and eating and to some degree like exercising and body stuff because almost all of us have it right almost all of us have some thing thing with food and eating and body stuff and so it takes all the scholarly academic literature all the props with clients and puts it into a workbook that is fool of curse words as meant to be scribbled on torn apart you know stuff googly eyes on whatever but it's it's meant to be a very hands on working through true of any issues that you might have with disordered eating well done all of it and that you don't need me to say that but i just i felt like i'm so stoked on this conversation what you're contributing to our community in your community at large and so again superstock super stoked and thank you this is this has been wonderful thank you awesome okay do you have social handles or anything that people can fall along with your musings yet you can find on instagram stumps s. t. u. n. p. t. o. u. s. sumptuous if you don't get on facebook search for krista scott dixon you'll finally i love it okay all the best thank you okay bye okay thank you so much for listening to this episode of finding mastery and i love this podcast i love the community that we're building and it's only able to continue to grow because of the support of our amazing partners and i would greatly appreciate you supporting them in return so you can find all the information on our partners that links and discount codes they're offering at.
"scott dixon" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"For me one of the games of coaching and curriculum is saying at mastery of coaching is asking myself what is the one question that i can and ask someone or the one tiny task that i can have them do that will stimulate growth and that's that's the game can i distill still ten pounds down to one ounce or one ground what does the essence of what i need here to make something happen okay welcome back welcome to the finding master master podcasts i'm michael jordan and trading training a sporting performance psychologists and the co founder of compete to create and the whole idea behind this podcast really really was to have conversations with extraordinary people and the most extraordinary thinkers endures across the globe and the thought guiding it it was like let's learn from them but not like turn them over by their ankles and shake out the tactics and the secrets there are no secrets there's no tricks there's no tips hips in hacks it's like this really learned the deep stuff what are they searching for how do they organize their inner life and what are the mental skills that they've used to build refine their craft along the path of mastery of craft mastery of self as you probably know by now we've partnered with the team at athletic greens uh-huh and i love the product it's if you knew the podcast that's a new statement if you're not you understand the value that i find in this company how they organized their company but at the same meantime like the product ends what it actually does it believe it has impact when you consume the nutrients first thing in the morning on an empty stomach with a glass of water and that's because the idea is that the empty stomach your body's prime to absorb what you put in and i mean that is how i use it as a practice i wake up in a glass of water throwing a tablespoon of the good stuff i shake it stir it fifteen thirty seconds in down on done it's that simple for me and for those you haven't tried it yet i.
"scott dixon" Discussed on CarCast
"Scott Dixon is waiting in the wings WanNa talk about all this stuff when a talked about <hes> Alamatti. I'm a little curious llamas. Well you think he class. I know what he drove on a nerd in his class at the twenty four hours a woman all right. I put a note there. Max Pad said what he drove if you go class because we don't know what he drove but we can bring him in here and ask him so. Why don't we bring in Scott Dixon five time indycar series champion Scott Dixon? I'm going to be <hes> this Sunday. Three PM EASTERN ON N. B. C. S. N. is or they're going to have the Toronto Grand Prix or Terai. The Indy Honda Indy Toronto Scott Scott is the defending winner. There is one there three three total times on that track. <hes> Scott is in good put the headphones on Mex- panel get him set up good to see Scott Dixon. Hey Hey turn the turn the MIC on there. We're a little short handed here a heated up. We gotta try that again working yeah. Thanks thanks so Scott I just because we're all up in Lama Mama Mode here. What did you drive at Lamar what Class G._T.? Pros G._T._M.. G._T. pro. I think they call it the because they are prone. 'em So but the the Ford G._T.. It was their resurrection of the UH fiftieth anniversary he or G._T.. And you drove when they brought it back in well sixteen when they brought it back sixteen as the fist year back and they brought three cars four four car who is on your team who was on in your car with you so there was the U._k...
"scott dixon" Discussed on CarCast
"Do it yourself or you can visit zych coat dot com click on coating services and psycho will coat your part sentiment. I think you're back in fifteen days of just or less sent him. The head are sent him the manifold zych coat dot com and <hes> do shelf or have them do it. Uh Get it on got to get it on judge getting on and welcome to <hes> Castro Car Castle Mackerel. That's the motivator met the Andrew what's going on. Oh just doing car stuff. What do you do all kinds of car stuff bought a truck? We talked about that on the show Goldberg this week drive a new ACURA T. dialects. I'm chuck I know Yeah I get it but but I figured out I was driving around the infinity. Yeah that's a big rig it it in its good hugh x eighty culex eighty big full size S._U._V.. It's good it's good. It's a little bigger than I need but it's good it's good to pile the girls in there my my daughter and her friends and take them out to Malibu and just sit up high and all that my only beef is the mileage indicator once it gets to thirty three left to go in the tank it just flat lines. That's it. I've seen this before like. I want to say you like a jeep. Grand Cherokee has driving I have that I have had that happen but I've had it in other cars. which is it flat? Lines with. Thirty miles left yeah and it's like I. I don't need when I look down and see one eighty seven left terms of range who cares I don't care it's only that lasts thirty miles that I say w e thirty six and three you and I both had one of those and and it would turn into this flashing dash and I'm like why I need to know those are the ones you need to know and by the way I've had ones go down to like zero and then I think about one's cut off at like ten or something don't cut off thirty eighty three. I think the B._M._W.. Like nine or something like that or it's just like I remember that flash on like I got to be four miles into this flashing. What do I do because I think it said nine seven Scott Dixon by the way indy driver serious indy driver is going to come in and a second? He's third all time in indy wins. Did you know that behind A._J.. Four and Mario Andretti Mario. We're going to see a car cast coming up in Portland yeah soon but third all time Scott Dixon and nominated by the way for his six nominations for espy for best driver yeah so lots going on with that guy we're going to bring him in in a couple of you and we'll talk to him all about the indy which I feel you tell me I feel like it is having a resurgence with their problem with indy and cart and competition with indy and cart or confusion with Indian car a few years ago years ago then then a merger. I guess all I know is as a fairly yeah well casual but consistent observer of Indie is I think if there was some sort of chart it would have been down five eight ten years ago and I feel like it's up now. Yeah I would say I like watching the indy five hundred and the race. We have here a long beach. You know we I I like that race. We both went out this year and watch some some racing and I feel like that event has gotten bigger over the years. The past few years right is bigger and bigger right. It's a long beach grand. Prix is a great party right right. What a great place to race? I guess yes I mean Scott's won. The indycar championship and O-3 uh-huh eight two thousand thirteen fifteen and last year eighteen finished third in his class at Loma race. They're sixteen nineteen inches yeah. Actually I want to get driving in the Lama. I think he's one is class. Lama finished finished third..
IndyCar lands communications company NTT as title sponsor
"Reich smell big news on the IndyCar series. They've got a new sponsor title sponsor. We'll ask a couple of years. It's been the Verizon IndyCar series. Now. It's NTT data. They are sponsoring the entire Indy-Car series. Now, if you're not familiar with NTT data they've been some sponsors in years past of some individual rides in cars. They've sponsored Scott Dixon. Tony finan. And now they're going to be the entire title sponsor
"scott dixon" Discussed on Raceline Radio
"It was just so cooled for him and Liz to to see him -ccomplish. You know that. I know that was one thing that was hanging over him and and that he really wanted to to win and and being with Pinski too, you know, which is such a powerhouse at Indianapolis, you know, I think was suppose you know something that is going to complete his career in something that he's gonna feel extremely happy about. But yeah, you know, again, I think there's a lot of talent you know in, you know, starring Zealand, you know, it doesn't always get a shot. You know, I think in modern day racing, it's it's tough. You know, this is a lot of rich kids out there and sometimes the opportunities don't get around. But yeah, I think right now, this is a lot of talent from from and you still in that you do have a fish right now in complete competing on the on the go station. Any other questions upstairs. Questions, josh. Scott for south. Congratulations on the championship. Now you are now third, all-time winless, and now you've moved into second just behind AJ Foyt. So just talk about that of of how you know you. You clearly are one of the grades in the sport. Yeah, tonight I don't see myself that way to, you know, I feel again, I feel lucky. I feel, you know, I'm very, very blessed in many ways. You know, bracing crib to meet the love of my life with Emma, you know, it's, it's just, you know, have a, you know, a great family to beautiful girls. Often, I feel lucky I get to do what I love to do. I enjoy racing. I get to work with, you know, the best in the business. I just don't see it that way. You know, I hope that I continue for more years to come and enjoy the sport for what it is. Genuinely humble almost will fall. There's part two would newly crowned IndyCar champion for twenty eight teen Kiwi, Scott Dixon on race line radio from the media center at cinema raceway, like we mentioned, but something he'll never boast about. Now joins Legenday j. Foyt is IndyCars only five time champion. One of the greats to be sure even if he won't admit it. All right. Well, let's click off the final stop then will return the last laugher next week. Show plans more. This race line presented by Subaru powered by the
"scott dixon" Discussed on Raceline Radio
"Champion. Mr. Scott Dixon, this race line presented by Subaru, the element of appointments handling test drive a sports poop this week on the race, lying radio network is Catherine leg and you're listening to race line radio. Now, Jeff Leer, continue bedtime stories, subscribe to podcasts of Jeff Blair show ideals or with your favorite podcast. You're and listen. Anytime you want sweet dreams. Five, the fan on demand. Canada's national radio motorsport authority for more than a quarter century. Don't you know? We are the race line radio network. This segment brought to you by only technology series, multi v belts by continental contact, precision engineer, perfect fit form and function with a true e pedigree, oh, e technology series dot com. Page part one. In our first segments, let's finish her off show with now five time IndyCar champion, Scott Dixon from the cinema raceway media center fielding questions just after he clinched his latest title for Chip Ganassi racing, Patrick Stephan with trackside online leads enough on race, line, radio, Jim, think that, hey, I am the standard here..
"scott dixon" Discussed on Raceline Radio
"Yeah. I don't know. Like I I, you know, it's it's it is a sport of of evolution rights and and you know, we're in the mix of that, you know, on thirty eight on Alta, the young Bucko was when I came into the sport and and you know, I'm very thankful to have the opportunity that have had and in IndyCar racing alone, you know, it's, it's a sport that of of love too many is on joy. It's it's the best racing in the world. You know, some of the people throughout my life, you know, attracts and and and you know, some of my closest friends, but it is fierce competition is, is the best in the world. It's the toughest the cause of very close to each other, the teams over a good. There's no small teams anymore. All of them very well accomplished and have great drivers, you know? So it's, it's extremely tough to win. Yeah, this Evelyn's happening. You know the there is, you know these young people coming through and and I think we sold it in full force this weekend. You know, with a ward, you know to come off his Indy lights chairmanship and, and you know to to smack it right into the first six at a loss race of the season, we're all of us have been competing for the whole year in college. We know, well, you know, shows the the youth and the telling us coming through and and you know, it's important for the sport. Obviously it's, you know, it makes me work out to which is great, but it's it's really important for the sport for its how continues and you know, he's a great great kid and got a great personality, and he's going to have a bright futures along with Joseph and Rossi. And you know those guys being Americans I think is is important for the sport. There's part one of the media conference just after Scott Dixon claimed his fifth career IndyCar championship from the media center at cinema raceway. Only one other drivers ever won five Indy cards, idols. And that would be your right AJ Foyt part to addiction later in our second guest segment. Okay. Well, the pitstop please, but coming up with Subaru, trivia contest..
"scott dixon" Discussed on Raceline Radio
"In the championships claimed now by cool, calm and collected New Zealander, Scott Dixon secured with his second place, finish behind race winner, Ryan hunter, Ray in the season. Finale in California. All of this for Chip Ganassi racing. We're going to sneak you now into the snow raceway media center. You just sit here in the back and listen. You don't eat any food or anything to drink just as the media interview, Scott Dixon part one on race, line radio, coming into these races, you know you full of emotions and, and you know poorly, not just myself, but I think the whole field and you know, I think coming into the last race with the points lead, you just try to obviously not miss it up and and you know, have a good shot. I think for us, we kind of thought we had a lot weighed against us in the fact that you know, we hadn't really done to Ellen in qualifying fishy for for these row courses and throughout the season. So that was main focus and and. Not going to give a huge credit to the team. They kinda just win a wholesale change and everything worked out that the cow had some great speeds. So yeah, it's it's so weird. You kind of always doubt the situation that you're in early style have and maybe from the pastas where we've lost championships of sometimes silly things all sometimes where we've we, we just haven't executed well, so the whole race, you know, it's just thinking about things that rather out of our control cautions that we're going to put the field and none of a happened. So it was very smooth rice as you said. But but mentally it was it was toughened joining. But yeah, it's amazing to to be in the situation. Fifth championship account, think my family enough Emma support and what she's done, you know, every year, but, but this year, you know, with no exception to to everything, you know down to trying to get everything in the house to, you know, meals to whatever it was or just positive thinking. And you know today being the anniversary of her dad's passing, you know, it's extremely emotional, you know, here in family, but so cool to have poppy until he hit two, you know, stiffest chairmanship and being a couple of rice wins. But it was cool to really have him too. Nicely said, where were you approximately on the race track when you got the word that Rossi had a problem in the first corner, did you have have a relief moment? What kind of moment was that with IndyCar racing, though you think that somebody has a problem in the first corner, they tend to go to win the rice. So I'm like people like that. Yeah, yeah, exactly. I've been in that situation and I'm like, you know, please not let that be today, but I didn't. I didn't obviously see that part of the the stop. You know, the team came on as I exited the carousel, turn six and sit, hey, you know this going to be some caused coming back in in seven that have taken a shortcut that if damaged car on, I could see it was Rossi. But you know that that was the first thing that Clinton was like, and he's gonna get day. You know he's gonna to tune, they can, you know, fix the car and you know, have a strong strategy and come through and and you know, it's followed, you know, on the pylon I could see how he's moving up. You know, he's a fierce competitive. So as you know, Michael and everybody that team and you know, we, we saw that those cows had tremendous speed from from Hungary that was controlling the pace today. So, yeah, there was no point that I wasn't worried about that situation. Bruce with the emergence of Joseph new garden last year, one in the championship as younger iber and Alexander Rossi being a gentleman championship contender this year is a young driver. A lot of people thought this might be the year where the pendulum swings were. The young drivers take over and the older drivers kind of fade off into the sunset. Apparently you didn't get that memo and you're just really good news..
"scott dixon" Discussed on The FitCast
"There's my most recent book why me want eat, which you can find just by searching my name on Amazon, that sort of a handy kind of practical guide to fixing your. You're eating issues. Abby warned there's curse words in it as there always is with me. And of course you can find me on Instagram. I'm at stumps. You ass- on Twitter of, I'm rarely on Twitter really to be totally honest, Facebook, you know, you can find me Krista Scott Dixon. So I'm. Sort of all over the internet. Those are the easiest places to find me. You might wanna get the kindle version. If you have OCD and you don't like the book spine being upside down. There is no kindle version though. So fig with your OCD even more. Yeah, which is put some duct tape over it and then read it again. Did you know that? I did. You know, it's funny people have pointed out, although they had someone something photo when they had another book with a backwards spine like that, and and they put them together and they were like, I'm just clustering all the backwards spine books together. We get to go the other way actually make sense either. It would be cooler if it was in Japanese. Well, you know anyone who wishes to translate it. I would be really curious to see all the curse words in in Japanese. Kuessel. That's one. All right, guys. Thank you so much for for tuning in hope. You guys enjoyed this. The with critics got Dickson and Chris, thank you so much for hanging out for a little bit and chatting about what you do and how you got to where you are. Well, thanks. It's always a pleasure..
Scott Dixon adds 5th IndyCar championship to resume
"Scott Dixon concluded and outstanding season marked by uncanny consistency and a better wlac when he needed it capturing his fifth career Indy-Car series championships Sunday in the season, ending grand Prius, Anoma Dixon, wound up second in the race. But becomes only the second driver to capture five Indy-Car. Championships. And the first to do it in fifty one
Mark Dutton, Warren Luff and David Russell
"What's enjoy next for Jalen a-rod. So maybe you too. We'll have children. Plus the hero from the waffle house shooting Ellen today at three on NBC four, then news for breaking down every twist of the DC mentioned murderers. You give me DNA. You can take that to the back and uncovering evidence that could change everything. So you think there might be someone else a news force special event tonight. It's six thirty. Thing we're in the business again fast, and so the teams and the push it to the absolute limits and sometimes ever and that that's what happens. Just just merged into the into the family thing, the hold alone. I'll even Barrett for that, right to Greece dot intense mania. Some like that. That just is an acceptable from the rice treks across the strategy at he is inside super supercars. Welcome to this week. It's tiny. Talk on regularises spec. Get with Craig. Reveal an interesting weekend, Greg, quite we can with father day and also hype. Everyone enjoyed they Father's Day a weekend. If it were applicable to them modest sport wise because we had India in the states with Scott Dixon closing Nava title that we had Daniel Ricardo and forty game retiring morass. There was some domestic racing young on here, which happened Winton with production cars, good to see grant Denia and Tony del Buto, showing speed and winning. But we're getting ready county up to San in two weeks time and it certainly looks like it'll be interesting rice zig, be showing plenty of form and obviously not quite the rookie card. Anyone thought it was going to be, and it's. Going to be a fascinating weekend to see if those drag strips at the grandstand and the fireside do provide a noticeable assistance to any of the guys out there. And of course, it's also Pat of this. Farewell. The falcon tour that everyone's on. And in this case it'll be falcon Zine old. Falcon liveries baps a few Mustang deliveries, inevitably falcons in falcon liveries is I think, how they wanna play it. Indeed. Yeah, there's big things plan, I think for for Baptist, but more than likely, they'll be quite a few on it exhibition at Santana's. Well. With the b. Obviously, Thailand being was the longest trek, the new guys, they know load grand prix is probably about the same length as in oval, trickling Zid be certainly had full wall. The falcons did a bit of winning. And of course it was when walking shown with Scott by getting his face when the growing private speaking of the grand prix, the Deitz have come out for this year of rather twenty nine eight and they've moved it. So it's a week earlier than this year says the fourteenth seventeenth March, and it's as slightly as a week or so closer to the Adelaide five hundred which is only last weekend in February, going into the early days of March. So. Compression compressing Matama bits the quays teams. Again, we'll have raisins complain as I'm sure others around the country will as well. I think it's gone from mar rough meth seventeen days. Eleven days or something is the expected change in the in the calendar. Formula one have moved their dight. If as long as they, I feel Cape it too. I think it was a bar Randall. There was only one game plight or something like that. If that is the weekend, the grown praise on, then I think that would be great because she wanted on Ning round via fill season because you back know twenty pages in to the daily newspaper before you get your first photo story of particularly support races as the super Khazar on that stage space in the heroes on it's always a beta problem Melvin, no nineties. Thinking Suva Qasr other than sad news for Jamie, Jamie win Cup was going to be my his US racing debut at Laguna Seca Mercedes with Kenny Abon who, unfortunately, he's had to pull out because of some homeless that Kenny has. So Jamie, we'll have to postpone to another dight, but
Scott Dixon looks to increase points lead at Mid-Ohio, his most successful track – MotorSportsTalk
"Says it's not as problem if some people question is imminent tour de France when he will, clinch the, title later after the processional final stage into Paris former England captain Wayne Rooney's likely to be an action for his new team DC United tonight and could have special fan. In the crowd Britain's three time grand slam winning tennis player Andy Murray is in the American capital to continue his comeback from injury. At next week's Washington open Britain's reigning f one world champion Lewis Hamilton will start in pulp position at the Hungarian. Grand Prix daughter to defend his lead in the drivers standings he heads. Into, the race with a seventeen point advantage over Sebastian Vattel finally Dillion white beach heavyweight rival Joseph park last night on points.
Martin Truex Jr. brings the horsepower at Kentucky
"Line on the radio network with the latest news and opinion and here we go on the race line race rap thirtysecond honda indy toronto in a scorcher it was when everything came unglued though in lap thirty four when the leader joseph new garden got bogged down it off grew tire marbles new zealand's scott dixon shot up into the lead knee held it there for its third one of the season third in toronto simon panel second and podium third in his hometown race for robert wiggins how fine is this his oakville team may jeans hinge james hinchcliffe other fourth charlie kimball fifth montreal zach claim into mental good story here to started dead last twentythird scored fourteenth healthy weekend throng for the thirty second running of the streets of toronto for the indycar series just might be the best one we've seen in maybe twenty years i don't know what you think i've thought it was pretty good indycar points into middle high auto the toronto in just about doubles dixon's points lead he leads new by sixty two coming up in our guest segments detail rundown of the finishing order then toronto star wheels norris mcdonald will join us for some expert analysis of the chase by the lake and thanks to all who stop by our broadcast location on thunder rally with our toronto affiliate to say hello and benches with us darn hot but darn good indycar notes if you don't mind i wanna go back a page to hinchcliffe win on the iowa oval the race ending under caution something nascar considers burning at the stake worthy heresy hinch has no trouble with races ending under caution but you gotta be careful this is rooted in fuel if the track is clean with two laps to go then yam forum i don't i'm not a big fan of like doctoring the length of a race just to make sure it ends under green for me there's too many races that are fuelled races for us we run out of fuel crossing the line and if all of a sudden a yellow fly comes out with to go and ends up becoming a green white checkered erases erases done and i don't i don't think that's fair we go into it knowing how long it's going to be and that's what we planned for so that's what i want to run the exactly fuel aside you are manipulating the finish of a race when you add laps to try and ended under green and i don't like that at all and i think you all know that all the indy lights tidy up toronto began to indy lights award in arusha one those candidates kelly was fifth and sixth master hadas peres well arenas vk one both of those candidates parker thompson finished eighth in both of those endeavors nascar cup under the lights again this time in kentucky and martin to x junior and canadian crew chief copan dominating proceedings leading all but ninety three of the two hundred and sixty seven laps win number four on the season for true junior the defending champion ryan blaney second brad keselowski third kozlowski still winless the season that's a surprise cup points in new hampshire kyle busch who was fourth at kentucky leads harvard who was fifth by fifty nine cup clippings or plans come together it seems at charlotte pretty nicely for the september thirtieth wroval four hundred i playoff road course in nascar history longest road course in the sanction as well two point two eight miles seventeen turn road thing thirtyfive feet of elevation change that uses a portion of the charlotte oval kind of like what they do daytona it will be the first cutoff race of ten race cup playoff nascar xfinity at kentucky the christopher bell canada's alex labbe thirtysecond with some contact trucks ben rhodes took that candidate stuart friesen second that i win is coming and coming soon nascar canada avocado indie that went to andrew ranger from one week up for germany twentysecond lewis hamilton accepting the apology from kimi raikkonen for their first lap crash off the start of the british grand prix and wants to move on oh we're so happy to hear this lewis was clobbered by the ferrari driver turned three at silverstone which dropped to eighteenth but wasn't a treat ever watch him charge back through to.
Tampa Bay, Scott Dixon and Dustin Johnson discussed on WDRC
"The belmont makes history is only the twelfth or the thirteen tours to win the triple crown bob baffert becomes only the second trainer to win the triple crown twice after winning in two thousand fifteen with american farrow and fifty two year old mike smith becomes the oldest jockey ever to win the triple crown top ranked to simona halep won the french open defeating sloan stevens three six six four six one it's alex first grand slam title sunday raphael and the dow faces dominic theme in the men's final maria bueno of brazilian tennis great who won three wimbledon singles titles and four at the us open in the fifties and sixties and helped usher in modern women's tennis has died after battling mouth cancer she was seventy eight austin dillon wins the rainshortened nascar xfinity race in michigan for only ninety one laps of the plan one hundred twenty five this is sr in sport it's baseball yankees beat the mets four three aaron judge is home run the difference toronto beats baltimore four three intended ings the angels beat the twins two to one case the city shuts out oakland to zip boston beat the white sox forty two tampa bay beat seattle detroit over cleveland in twelve innings fortitude houston texas washington down to san francisco the milwaukee brewers trounced philadelphia twelve to three chicago cubs shutout pittsburgh to zip saint louis pete cincinnati san diego beat miami arizona beat colorado in atlanta is beating the dodgers late meanwhile scott dixon wednesday tse technology six hundred texas motor speedway andrew putnam shot six under sixty four ties with dustin johnson atop.
Will Power wins Indianapolis 500
"We are here you invite folks like us on your show because we're the fact witnesses not because we have opinions clapper and president trump have sparred over the claims that this campaign was spied on by the fbi attention turns to ireland's parliament now that the country's citizens have voted in landslide numbers remove the abortion banned from its constitution it will be up to parliament to make new laws to govern them now that the public's turned thumbs down to the eighth amendment's a sunday newspapers hailed the vote as bringing a new day to ireland the nearly two to one vote ended an antiabortion regime and acted in nineteen eighty three it required doctors to regard the rights of a fetus from the moment of conception as equal to the rights of the mother in practice it meant irish women had to travel abroad for terminations and what a name and what timing will powers timing impeccable saturday he gave a roger penske too two hundred series win at penske's place the indianapolis five hundred power overcame a late caution period that shrunk is lead barely won the race off pit lane off the final stop and even drove through some light rain to pull away from scott dixon for his second straight indycar grand prix victory he came into the weekend with only one top five finish all season second at long beach the only other top tanny had this season was in the season opener at saint petersburg seven drivers led the indy five hundred tying a record set in two thousand fourteen there were two hundred and fourteen total passes a chevy nalecz honda three to two and victories and the engine manufacturers race and the kick off to summer is officially here with this memorial day weekend the indianapolis five hundred and near triple digit temps approaching some areas along the west coast take us with you wherever you go download the talk stream live free mobile app reach out to me.
Kevin Harvick passes Martin Truex Jr. with one lap to go for NASCAR Cup Series win at Kansas
"Trucking network kevin harvick has martin to ex junior coming to the white flag saturday night to win the kc masterpiece four hundred at kansas speedway and nascar monster energy cup series action he started sixth on the last restart and then went right to the front for harvick it was his fifth win in twelve races this year forty second career victory and second in a row and he also wins from the poll martin through xjunior wound up second joey logano third kyle larson fourth and he was fifth rounding out the top ten in kansas and ask our action saturday night where paul menard eric jones kurt busch eric merola and kyle busch willpower etched his name further into the indycar grand prix record books while extending the legacy of team owner roger penske in indycar history on saturday power weather verizon indycar series race on the indianapolis motor speedway road course for the second straight year the third time overall each victory coming from the pole position powers triumph by two point two seconds over scott dixon also marked the indycar win number two hundred for team penske power lead fifty six of the eighty five laps on the day for his thirty third career victory rookie robert wickens wound up third sebastian board a fourth of alexander rossi fifth other notables on saturday included james hinchcliffe seventh grade ray whole ninth and joseph new garden eleven lewis hamilton is the pole position for sunday's formula one spanish drawn pre val terry boathouse will start second and f one action this is.
"scott dixon" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Day you have to be a beautiful day circle city grader central indiana area thanks for being with us on the heels of a phenomenal one hundred first running of the indianapolis five hundred a race but really appeal to the masses kubo sato started fourth ultimately becomes the winner followed by guilio castro neves eddie jones max chilton antoni can non rounding out the top five and as i said it was a race that had so many story lines no matter what sort of ban you are there were many reasons to watch in stay watching where's the big reason for many people was how would fernando alonzo do did very well is that a twenty four th not too great but lead twenty seven laps and had he not lost the cost of fuel tom could very easily been the five hundred winner lap one seventy nine did him in this is said many people watching for many reasons one asks backed with a we wanted to ourselves or not of the five hundred is the need for speed and the danger that comes with it an yesterday scott dixon was involved any very terrifying accident those who goes racing cars have been struggling one good scott dixon scott witless seventy seven john howard who got up and out of the globe dixon came down obama the racetrack to try to avoid our to make contact that car went airborne the entire weird dixon's cars move what thanked the good morning scott dixon is moving around in that cockpit there is nothing left of that automobile when you're listening to the call of that on wabc we heard the race yesterday all you have to go by is the visual painted for you buy the announcer in and once again it great job perfect it's scary scene but it was it was such a good job when you go back and you have the the ability doubt hindsight and go back and watch this thing and reverse and you listen to that call that call is almost a perfect play by play as we talked about in the last hour broadcasting auto racing to me is the hardest job in this business to paint the picture they paint i am s all the stuff going on in real time but would you go watch that accident and what happened afterwards that playbyplay call is spot on but then you see it and you say how is that guy still alive kurt.