22 Burst results for "Stockcar Racing"

Bubba Wallace to race for Michael Jordan and Denny Hamlin

BBC World Service

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Bubba Wallace to race for Michael Jordan and Denny Hamlin

"Jordan is setting up a new ness card team. We're talking about stock car racing in the states. Of course, the basketball Great has got together with driver Denny Hamlin is co owners, and they have appointed Bubba Wallace. The only black driver in NASCAR's top tier to drive for them next season, And it is explicitly once more about racial and social justice. Protests in the states

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"stock car racing" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"stock car racing" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Tall, six foot four to be able to fit in. Was that the early plan tto potentially get to IndyCar. For me. I've always approached duty with an open mind as far as what race cars I get to drive. You know, it's it's hard enough as it is to become a professional race car driver, So I've always looked at that. Beggars can't be choosy Eso whenever I've had an opportunity to get inside of a racecar, and as long as I fit, which I usually do it, Sze came on. So that's that blew my creation. Bacon, me and I've had opportunities in sports car racing in Rallycross and you know, I've really been with for performance since 2015 on DH. They've kind of elevated me and into stock car racing, and that path happened really fast. Then generation full season trucks really is my first full time job in in NASCAR and then being operation expenses for the last couple years. Boston Center joins us His dad is from Indianapolis played basketball Pike High School. He's in the Rose Home in Basketball Hall of Fame. Tim Cindric. Those in IndyCar Familiar with Tim is the president. Of Team Penske and has mentioned Austin Sports Cars. He's run the Rolex 20 for the biggest race in North American sports car racing is one of the continental tire Siri's before you were in the bathroom. 12 hour on. I'm sure I'm forgetting some things. What is there anything you haven't done? You'd like to drive at this point. I mean, there's funny things I'd love to drive. You know, I think as faras sports car racing, you gotta think of 24 hours. I'd love an opportunity to do that race I've had. I've had a couple offers to do it, and I've always had a schedule conflict since I've been a NASCAR, so I really love an opportunity to be able to do that One day and Hopefully all the story's gonna line for that on top of that, Like you said that many five hundred's Ah, race that's on both sides. My family a lot of family history s. Oh, that would be something I love to do. Later on in my career. I was among the NASCAR path really committed to that right now, But I think any great race car driver once once a shot to be lit room that race Austin's grandfather on his mother's side. Jim Truman won the Indy 500 is the car owner for Bobby Ray Hall back in 1986. So that's that both sides of the family perspective and on the sports car side. I was telling your dad My son is a 6364 junior formula Car driver. I'm working on Cooper McNeil His dad owns Weather Tech, who's also 64 I want a three car Rolex team for the three of you guys know, Seed in search..

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"stock car racing" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"stock car racing" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Hills this morning by firefighters say they're battling stubborn blaze in a building that's more than 100 years old. It's on Buena Vista Avenue. The building was vacant. There are no reports of any injuries started. The red season is now 17 days away, Manager David Bell Since the players are doing everything they can prepare for opening night against the Tigers July 24th at 6 10 smooth in the first few days. It's going to have to happen quick, but we're we're each day we're giving closer and closer to being ready is NASCAR comes in the tri state this week, the race of Kentucky Speedway President Trump says the stock car racing circuits driving fans away President Trump tweeted about NASCAR's Confederate flag ban and called on the sports only full time black driver bubble, Wallace. To apologize after Wallis believed he was the target of a hate crime. One of Trump's closest political allies is breaking with Trump Senator Lindsey Graham, telling Fox News Radio. Wallace has nothing to apologize for. You saw the best in NASCAR. There was a chance that it was a threat against bubble, Wallace. They all rallied to Bubba's side. Andrew Timber. ABC NEWS Washington Wallace has reacted as well statement for the drivers has always deal with the hate being thrown at you with love, even if it's hate From the president of the United States. Wallace will drive the 43 cars Chevy Camaro in Sunday's Quaker State 400 at Kentucky Speedway. There's a service of Zimmer Chrysler Jeep. And Anderson, automatic heating and air conditioning. Our next update is at 8 30 on Brian Combs News Radio seven w will double Your.

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"stock car racing" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"stock car racing" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"A disturbing discovery, a noose found in the garage stall bubble wallace at the Talladega superspeedway in Lincoln Alabama on less than two weeks after Wallace, whose NASCAR's only fulltime driver successfully convinced the stock car racing series to ban the confederate flag at its tracks and Facilities Wallis, responding overnight, writing today's despicable act of racism and. And Hatred leaves me incredibly saddened and serves as a painful reminder of how much further we have to go as a society, and how persistent we must be in the fight against racism, NASCAR releasing a statement reading in part we've launched an immediate investigation and we'll do everything we can to identify the person responsible and eliminate them from the sport

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NASCAR Investigating Noose Found in Bubba Wallace's Garage

BBC World Service

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

NASCAR Investigating Noose Found in Bubba Wallace's Garage

"NASCAR officials say they're trying to find out who was responsible for hanging a noose in the garage stall of Bubba Wallace at the Talladega race track in Alabama well this is the only black driver in NASCAR's top stock car racing circuit he successfully lobbied NASCAR to ban the Confederate flag at its

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"stock car racing" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"stock car racing" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The heart mind soul and brains of our raids on radio coverage wow ha ha well I know and not necessarily in that order there's not a whole lot of theirs and what you're telling me no not at all so what's the deal here with the we're gonna baseball that's what I want to know fifty games honored fourteen games well the players union rejected the fifty game plan yesterday and they said that players will not take another pay reduction and that essentially would be one they wanted a hundred fourteen games at a pro rated salary players the owner said okay will play at the pro rated salary but we're only playing fifty games so will they meet in the middle something's better than nothing and then something's better than nothing the problem is if you want to get eighty one games and you better get something done in the next couple of days but we've been saying that for two weeks actually so but the fifty you'll be the magic number but there will be stock car racing at the Kentucky speedway this year there will be but there won't be fanned so no problems on seventy one now that whole issue it's got on it's right nothing yo kai hello what's his name bush mmhm he'll be here by the time that race is done he'll be on the highway going home ten minutes later the only home ten minutes you're right and you know that really no fans means less work for the girls that racers oh that's right I never thought about that mean you gotta think about all the people affected by this yeah they do bring in they bring an extra talent talent for for that weekend race weekend what does it mean for that little hotel is down there this sport exit that's like thirty nine dollars a night except race weekend what it's four hundred fourteen million dollars and eight well it's a problem for the economy and so far it's everybody's taking it on the chin so what they're going to do now they're running for races that weekend they have X. they added an Xfinity race when Xfinity race on Thursday one on Friday the truck race that was Thursday moved to Saturday the Quaker state four hundred moves from Saturday night to Sunday afternoon at two thirty you can have one of those dudes race in all four races all at guaranteed that what the hell I'm here I might as well yeah right okay it's always about the care is always about the body thank you Dave autograph it's great having him here it's coming up on seven twenty four and thirty five seconds.

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The Race and Race: People of Color in NASCAR

The Lead

02:27 min | 1 year ago

The Race and Race: People of Color in NASCAR

"Sir David. You're obviously best known for your decades covering the NBA. What made you want to write about? Nascar IT was basically a seminar that we had at the National Association of Black Journalists Convention in Miami last year and it was essentially about their increasing diversity efforts. I had raised my hand during the panel discussion and had basically said I have two young children who are children of color and I remain concerned that if I wanted to take them to a NASCAR race how would I explain it. If somebody unfrozen confederate flag in the in the stands. Would I be comfortable? What my kids be comfortable coming to erase and BUBBA. Wallace was on the panel and Bubba Wallace for Those who don't know is probably the most successful African American driver in the main series which is called the Monster Energy Nascar Cup series zero here bundle wall if accomplished beaten in banking down the front stretch a big shot by college. I don't care you're done. I've said you had to turn one. Listen might have become a fan favorite with that move. He took a different tack. He said they have to deal with me. I don't have to deal with them. Essentially and a panel ended and one of NASCAR'S PR people said you know you really should come to a race for yourself. And so that's why. I went down to Richmond last September to go to the federated auto parts. Four hundred. See what it was like. What expectations did you have going in zero? No no no? I had no expectations. I don't mean that in a pejorative way. I just had a blank. Slate had never been to stock car race before and I wanted to approach it with a completely open mind. I told them I don't WANNA be handled. I don't WANNA be spun. I just want to talk to some people and walk around the track and kind of have the data myself to kind of see what I think. Well Sir David. When you're walking around what stood out to you about the scene there the size of it. I think is something that that you have to kind of actually be there to understand. I mean it's a small city you have to think of it that way. It's an eleven hundred Acre facility and. I didn't think you'd see the drivers. I thought they were just getting their cars and go but they make a point to make the drivers accessible to fans and media before the race to really surprising extent.

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"stock car racing" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"stock car racing" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Off in nineteen thirty one with the Chicago White Sox in the New York Giants play the first ever exhibition night game this week in nineteen forty eight the national association for stock car racing for the NASCAR as it will become widely known is officially incorporate NASCAR racing will go on to become one of America's most popular spectator sport as well as a multi billion dollar industry this week in nineteen seventy four Tom Seaver becomes the highest paid pitcher in baseball history when he signs a contract for a hundred and seventy two thousand dollars per season with the New York Mets this week in nineteen seventy nine Richard Petty come from behind to win the twenty first Daytona five hundred after leaders Donnie Allison Cale Yarborough crashed into the wall during the final lap of the race Allison and Yarborough then begin fighting on the infield an altercation broadcast live on television the race actually helped popularize NASCAR racing at a national level this week in nineteen eighty the underdog USA hockey team made up of college players defeat the four time defending gold medal winning Soviet team at the Olympic Winter Games in Lake Placid New York in a game that will be remembered as the miracle on ice and this week just last year and twenty nineteen for time MLB all star third baseman Manny Machado grease the biggest free agent contract in American sports history a ten year deal worth three hundred million dollars with the San Diego Padres stature I heart radio weekend sports time capsule if you discover please keep now we're all aware of the facts of life that every story has a beginning a middle and an end and most people have lost the borders similar training accepting what appears to be the fleeting nature of what we know as life even those who seem to live.

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Junior Johnson, "The Last American Hero," dies at 88

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Junior Johnson, "The Last American Hero," dies at 88

"Robert Glenn junior Johnson was just eight years old when he started driving in the mountains of North Carolina as a young man he built a reputation as a moonshiner who could out run the law in the nineteen fifties and sixties he another bootleggers became the backbone of stock car racing in the south Johnson won fifty races and in nineteen sixty five author Tom Wolfe in a piece for esquire magazine label Johnson the last American hero in nineteen sixty six he left the track to become a team owner Johnson was instrumental in transforming NASCAR into a multi billion dollar sport by convincing RJ Reynolds to sponsor the Winston Cup which she won six times as a team owner junior Johnson died Friday at eighty eight I'm Tim acquire

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"stock car racing" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"stock car racing" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"In twenty first century NASCAR. The stars of the Cup series of become proficient at road racing cinema Watkins Glen and last year's wroval are some of the season's most entertaining races. Because so many NASCAR drivers have mastered. The art of hitting the apex of a corner, but two decades ago the stars didn't have the same level of talent for turning right? That lack of expertise was worrisome today on our junior day. I didn't think dad was an expert road course, racer an infill like there were many many guys in stock car racing. That were you know, we had a couple of guys like rusty and Ricky Rudd that stood out. But for the most part, nobody in stock car racing around that time really aspired to be an expert at road courses. So we were going into a really different pond. You know, we were going into a whole different experience. And we weren't going to be the best the fastest. And we were going to be driving a car that. We didn't know how to fix if we tore it up. It was just a lot intimidating parts about it. I was intimidated by the talented drivers. I was timid aided by the technology of the car and how complex it was. And Pete Rhode speeds, how do you do that? There was so many things I was going to do that never done before that I would probably screw up. And so I was really nervous attest was scheduled at historic Seabourn international raceway. The goal was getting the earnhardt's acclimated..

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"stock car racing" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"stock car racing" Discussed on The Final Lap

"If if it's us, I just with our track tracker with them and we've been willing to work with so many teams in the past when they've got something going on and we know something's going on. You know, we talked to him, okay, we won't touch. We'll leave it alone guys. Yeah, let's talk about Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The regular season for twenty eighteen is coming to a close at this race track and it's all about history and prestige. When you talk NASCAR heading to Indianapolis Motor Speedway, right. Yeah. I mean, this track opened in nineteen o nine, Kerry and the configuration has never changed since three point. Two million bricks were used in the original paving most of which are still under the asphalt. So if you take a pick ax and start breaking up the track, well, security is going to come after you, but you might find some breakfast. Yeah. And there were rumors for years that NASCAR was gonna be heading Indianapolis, but every year it would kind of get squash and squash. Let's quash until all of a sudden in nineteen Ninety-three there was a bunch of tire tests going on. And then all of a sudden ninety four ounce that they'd be going there in the very first Brickyard. Four hundred was won by none other than Jeff Gordon kid who dreamed of winning the Indianapolis, five hundred Sunday ended up going to stock car racing, ended up winning the. Very first stock car race at the Brickyard pretty cool one of his like ten home race tracks for Jeff Gordon. So yeah. Yeah, I think it was one of the flood five times he wanted this track. So very successful. The two and a half mile Indianapolis Motor Speedway for Jeff Gordon. Keep in mind folks. If you're new to the racing in general, this track was designed. We said in one thousand nine for cars that were going, you know, sub fifty miles an hour and now they're pushing like two hundred Brown this place. Yeah, NASCAR pushes two hundred Indies push to thirty to forty. I mean, the things are doing around this race track are nuts and imagine if there was still a brick surface all the way round. That's how it would be exactly it shaped like a rectangle. It's the turns and straights are symmetrical. So. What would equidistant alert kind of sort of equidistant alert. This one is about ezek witness as it gets and we're like thirty eight though. I don't understand that is weird, but the place is the largest as far as spectator capacity in the entire series. End of any stadium in the world. Two hundred thirty seven thousand three hundred twenty five people can cram into this place. Wow, hopefully we'll get a portion of that for this weekend. Four holes of the Brickyard crossing golf cars are in the infield. It's a national historical landmark. The only associated with.

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Kyle Busch dominates Coca-Cola 600 for first points-race win at Charlotte Motor Speedway

SportsCenter AllNight

01:01 min | 3 years ago

Kyle Busch dominates Coca-Cola 600 for first points-race win at Charlotte Motor Speedway

"Sportscenter allnight on espn radio and the espn app for protection for optimal engine performance with shelby power nitro plus premium gasoline sportscenter allnight continues of espn radio i'm jay reynolds sunday memorial day weekend auto racing's busiest day wrapped up under the lights charlotte with the coca cola six hundred longest stock car race of the year all said and done the checkered flag goes to kyle busch his first career win at charlotte he's now won at all twenty three tracks raised on the cup series in his career only active driver to do that gets his fourth one of the season forty seventh overall he started on the pole won all four stages dominating race at the coca cola six hundred for kyle busch things started sunday at the brickyard openfield openwheel folks racing at indy five hybrid will be the best one time out of turn.

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"stock car racing" Discussed on Raceline Radio

Raceline Radio

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"stock car racing" Discussed on Raceline Radio

"No actual sale has been agreed upon any talks have been exploratory nascar founded by big bill france in february of forty eight three years after the end of world war two to amalgamate all the little pockets of stock car racing across north america big bill retired in seventy two handed the reins over to son bill junior retired in two thousand with health problems his grandson brian francis currency eeo sale price it's got to be in the billions with a b at least but was sagging attendance sagging tv numbers and sagging revenue perhaps even the french family knows perhaps it's time to let someone else run the show that's car trucks casey noah gregson wins this but candidate stuart freezing very strong lead for a bit then broke the knob off the gear shifter but he wound up third anyway very nice works do he indycar the grand prix of indianapolis this is on the road course penske's willpower the best of the fuel savers scoring rogers two hundred indycar win scott dixon second which ronalds rookie robert wiccans third that was the first race for kind of felt like a true rookie there in that final stint because i've i've never i've never had to say fuel before but the amount of fuel that we were having to save to to make that work was something that i didn't even think was was possible yeah well welcome to indy cars they say oakville james cliffs seventh montreal's claiming mellow twelfth his best indycar finish points into the indianapolis five hundred therefore joseph new garden levin that the indy gp leads rossi former five hundred winner he was fifth in the gp by just two hinchcliffe is currently fifth in the order wiccans eighth by the way we've got we've got zack xactly danilo coming up on our i make that second guessed segment promise to double header at the indy g p v the first race however read gyro bird is parker thompson recently celebrity guests stormed back to take race number two stretching parker's points lead to twenty two in promos to up on rina's vk the.

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"stock car racing" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"stock car racing" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Was formed auto racing had already been going on in the united states for decades basically for as long as there have been cars people have been racing them the american automobile association or aaa was a major player in these early pre nascar years of racing and people race lots of different types of cars before world war two and all the racing has long been associated mostly with the south a lot of these early races where really driven by and catered to the interests of northerners it was more about the fact that you could keep a race track drivable year round in the south a lot easier than you could in the north than anything that was specific to southern culture racing was far less popular during world war two since things like gasoline rubber and metal were all critical to the war effort but after the war was over stock car racing started to become the most popular variety of auto racing in the united states so star car is a racing car that has the same basic chassis as one that's in commercial production although there are a number of modifications that could be part of stock car racing as well the largest thank shinning body for stock car racing in the united states is the national association for stock car auto racing or nascar founded by bill france senior who was known as big bill nascar was founded in daytona beach florida on february twenty first nineteen forty eight and france also served as the organization's first president he put a particular focus in promoting the sport and building new racetracks in the south part of the lore about the beginning of nascar is that it started out with a bunch of bootleggers in and near the north carolina mountains racing each other and honing their skills evading the law and then big bill france all that all these homegrown races had their own rules and standards and thought the sport of racing could benefit from governing body to establish standards and sanctions specific races.

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"stock car racing" Discussed on Classic Races

Classic Races

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"stock car racing" Discussed on Classic Races

"This is a throwback thursday brought to you by hercules tires right on our strength and by sonoko and grunt style this is ken squire time now for m r n dot com throwback thursday classic nasr car races from the motoracing networks race archives from texas world's beat way in college station texas this is him in the motor racing network with coverage off the budweiser nascar four hundred winston cup grand national stuck car race co hosts for today's broadcaster by joy and marty hall good afternoon everyone from texas world speedway in college station texas it is a hot one here this afternoon it's thirty four the best winston cup drivers in the world get ready to run for four hundred miles here on a two track that is one tough piece of asphalt this is a sister racetrack in a sense to the one at michigan up in brooklyn michigan the beautiful speedway up there of the only difference in the two racetracks being there's two degrees difference in the banking in the corners that two degrees plays a big part and speeds here at this particular track it makes it some six to eight miles an hour faster in the lap speeds drivers turn around here the nascar budweiser four hundred is the fourteenth race of the winston cup season here at texas world speedway nascar stock car racing of course the most competitive motor racing in the world today in thirteen races this year they're already been seven different winners and there have been ten different busch pole winners for that bush polls sweepstakes the competition will continue here today as the thirty four drivers get ready to do their thing the cars have been pulled on.

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"stock car racing" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

Part-Time Genius

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"stock car racing" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

"I mean like alleging the ability like press the button in spray oil all over the road or stuff like that yes i i know you're joking but iin oil flared smokescreens you name it like the even rigged up that classic gag were like a bucket of taxes spilled out onto the road no way great allah supermario cars surged except like they were high telling away from the cops and also this is a little aside but i remember this for mental for that when like bootleggers would be on the run and have to flee their cars they actually had these shoes made that had who've prints on them so basically they leave these dear tracks in the mud and such a shoeprints is not like super crafty he is crafty but i think we've got a little offtrack you're like so what does this have with nascar before pro vision even ended some of the brewers had started having these informal races just for kicks that does make sense of a you got all these tricked out cars it does seem like it'd be pretty tempting to have some fun with them exactly an and then in the 1930s like bootleggers started taking their moonshine mobiles to local tracks and even county fairgrounds and that's where they really started to build an audience and eventually like tens of thousands of people would show up to some of these races are so this is kind of like the birth of stock car racing in america but the actual formalize nascar league does it also have its ties with bootleggers it does so racing had become an organi sport by the 1940s and most of the people involved in it had connections to bootlegging in one form in another there's actually a great book about this called real nascar and it talks about just how much the sport owes two muench honors so the authorites quote what most chroniclers of stock car racing in nascar failed to note is that a large percentage of the early mechanics carowners promoters and track owners had deep ties to the legal alcohol business it would not be an exaggeration to say that the sport was built on the proceeds of the manufacture transport and sales of hundreds of thousands if not millions of cases of liquor right i mean that's amazing so you if they weren't.

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"stock car racing" Discussed on Marty and McGee

Marty and McGee

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"stock car racing" Discussed on Marty and McGee

"Fake ward who made up woes george lucas so george lucas has a food man choose well he does and it looks like he has a arms to leave like a tattoo sleep he does speak in a tattoo i just like the thing the he's a taco stand in all of us is is taco's stance speaking of tattoos art our buddy austin dillon's congratulations saleh's atonal 500 as great extent running of the daytona five hundred he puts the number three chevrolet that he's paul paul owns richard childress his grandfather owns the car he drives richer childress own the number three is well when dale earnhardt the most famous race car driver in in stock car racing history pop pop oh pop up uh owned and was dale best friend and that whole thing now so super emotional super awesome story line for nascar we'll here's where social media this is one of the ways a social media has changed the world and there's no debating where the social media has changed the world it has dramatically changed the world and in most context not for the better austin dylan and his team and his wife i think i'll wrote that his wife get a tat uh i don't think she did she wears at be dazzled miss dillon injected thousands of that raise that's actually i had to be seen that jacket upclose its airdie and very lane i was like let's unbelievable so the boys uh you know they win the daytona five hundred which is.

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"stock car racing" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"stock car racing" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"I four and the daytona five hundred and nascar are very interesting because i'm old enough to to have seen all of the things that happened in the 1970s and into the 1980s there was a great push in urban america towards country music willie nelson and waylon jennings and country stars not not the kind of groups they have now solo country artist johnny cash people like that became very popular and day rigueur in in large cities and if you weren't familiar with their music you were somehow you were a snob and he didn't know what was going on in america and the easiest way to get people in cities to feel guilty about some these saying you're not part of america i mean you see this all now blues that residents don't you see that you see this now so in that period of time '70s and '80s country music an and the corollary ascendance of country music's favorite sport stock car racing i mean grew up with stock car racing on long island stock racing was a regional sport in the south also oddly enough in certain places in california because jimmy johnson and couzy other guy why like alive jeff gordon they're california guys they're california's by the 90s the the country music sweep may have begun to peter out but not stock cars stock cars were still on the ascendancy so in the late 90s early on espn spent on unbelievable pilot dole on getting stock car racing getting nascar did a good job with it is they could never got the daytona five hundred fox always kept the daytona five hundred that's the super bowl everybody says of stock car racing and for a while that was a big deal it has crashed with the very people that they needed to like it it is now once again a very regionali sport you'd have the same basic number as the nba allstar game and you would say well it conflicted with the nba wants no didn't nothing it started in the afternoon early afternoon the allstar game didn't started knight olympics a factor no the last time the olympics were played they had a much higher rate so why do you think i i think it's just all because people say what am i watch what am i watching here i don't understand how could for years.

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"stock car racing" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"stock car racing" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"On the program hi i rely on five july i bet he's like in movies he's very funny luisa great he's very what are these one one with will farrell our their gpd on the going to get hard yard as i mean it's it's largely warning that's why i was so happy that they wouldn't let him on the podium at the super bowl hammer and in fact yet he was not only drove earth the the bodyguard was like eight feet tall and he was the lighter and head heart is tall by the way program height five four kevin heart there he's like bruno mars level i mean that's autonomoies israeli swoon so the other thing i woke up this morning i thatthat's alive i found this out later this week i found out last night hashtag fake that i did not i miss the daytona five hundred i knew i did wanna know because his isn't it because the olympics i was paying attention to the olympics or college basketball and i didn't now i've tried every year to watch a little of the daytona five hundred i utterly missed the daytona five hundred i tried very hard to like stock car racing and it's just it's not for me and it is once again espn spent about forty billion dollars to try to make this america's go to sport and it didn't work the ratings are constant they are what they've always been they don't really change it is a regional gay stock car racing i've sat in the cars i've had a wonderful time but going to the race itself bores me out of my mind it goes it goes on and on and on in the same path and you go what are we doing he and you don't get it in defence of the support you'll know now how do i am moment online judging it i'm just saying for me it doesn't work the guy who won it lost and dylan i never heard of them there were people in the top ten darrell wallace junior chris bruce sure poor menard ryan blaming michael mcdowell i've never heard it can into the streets i've never heard of them any relations len did you watch it no of course.

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"stock car racing" Discussed on Classic Races

Classic Races

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"stock car racing" Discussed on Classic Races

"I agree with you on my max i think the tires will probably play a very important large in today's winning or losing amid great uh we've boys went out and tested there two major retire manufacters that supplied tyres they went out and then ran some tires on an i frankly don't know which one is preferred fire more of try but it wouldn't be the name you hit away five but uh they are going to have difficulty with the entire have to run a few laps here at the start of the race hired with how that by aware who's going to go but you know sammy you're conceived visible and have an unfair as the years go by improvement and machinery and particularly i'm a tired for your own yes i agree with you fight i still maintain that stock car racing himself has improved the safety of the automobile with you and i drive on a highway far greater than any other single caused in the history of automotive uh the improvement timing possibly stock car racing can uh wave do have attributed to that while i think we can certainly say this afternoon that it contributing to a great deal of enjoyment in the morning no more and more of that are sitting here in charlotte watching the marginal more 100 and we kind of open contributing to some enjoyment uh several hundred thousand more of a living under on right i as meyer of all yesterday about the compares of of the race card and the guards and we drive out on the highway for example you drive the pontiac here i ask you uh what about the mind the act that he drives on the road would he would he which that up ceo on turnpike and things like that tried to get uh what we would consider real fast me out of it he said that the big difference between the car you drive notice when he thrives on the road to one on with rac is especially rebuild.

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"stock car racing" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"stock car racing" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"Took him to jail and the only way they were able to an atlas she hit several diamond rings she pawns rings to hit the bail money to get the nod and then they all caravan doughnuts two road to the next tracked it's a good thing she was with and some of the might still be there it was an amazing sacrifice for a woman without much to give but in those early days sharing wasn't just a kindness it was a necessity in that time you did well to neater expenses if you wanna race you may be one hundred fifty dollars new protocols that much to maintain your car louise like a number of the drivers that drew crowds got appearance money and that's really what kept the more or less in the black bill france senior was one of the people who got her into racing as a promotional thing because again a woman put stand he's in the seats and he actually helped her to book races up and down the east coast particularly in the northeast and to get her appearance money as she would go not only to race but to promote it she might do a radio interview for him she might nail up placards to post whatever it took so he was very cognizant of the fact that she was an attribute to the early racing scene and i think he helped her and she helped him louise played a big part in broadening the audience for stock car racing and you might recognize her from her latest role she and junior johnson both feature is characters in the new cars three movie.

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"stock car racing" Discussed on Locked Up Abroad

Locked Up Abroad

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"stock car racing" Discussed on Locked Up Abroad

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