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"superspeedways" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

04:39 min | 2 months ago

"superspeedways" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Being there before, you know, every time you get there, you're better. Sam Mayer lost hands down lost 6 50 series race through the trial with a move he will do better next year. Like he lost it to AJ. He still might have lost it, but if you go back and watch the two different races, the 12 goes to the outside of the 9 and the cup rates and the 9 makes forces him to just keep chasing across lanes, which is making him point away from the start finish line. The one that doesn't force the 16 to do that. Is that the difference? If he forces the 16 and I mean hit him, but like just, hey, I'm going to open my wheel up sooner than you and make you point to the outside of the start finish line. Would that be the couple feet that Sam marinade? I don't know. I thought you did a great job for 19 year old kid. My point is, you know, you can't unlearn what he's learned. He has it. Can't take it away. Doesn't matter what cars it. You can't take it away. He has it. Erik Jones, he has what he learned in the spring. He looked better in the fall, you know. So I do believe it's clear. Some of it's also, they want to be there. Even if they say they don't, they act like they do. There were some drivers that was very clear did not want to be in Talladega. Some non playoff drivers, veterans who don't really have much to raise for you noticed were not racing as hard. And I'm not judging. It's a long season. And that's a professional. He can do whatever he wants. And I'm not upset about it. I'm not judging it, but those drivers weren't in the picture by their own accord. You know, it wasn't a bad car, wasn't bad choices. They just said, hey, I'm not doing this. Some guys just bailed out. I'm going to get to one of those guys a little bit later. But first, I want to talk about you mentioned the fact that it was a relatively tame Talladega race. And but at the end of the stages, as you described, I heard you described this earlier today. There's a sort of this weird phenomenon where each stage has become its own race. And the end of stage one, the end of stage two, the mad scramble between the playoff drivers, and you were interested by the fact that the non playoff drivers, it's almost like they don't want to get involved in the mix of the playoff drivers battling it out when the points are on the line where it's attract position race. I mean, they can get in there and kind of really upset the apple cart here, but they kind of almost choose not to, it seems. So it starts with how the races are called. So the first stage had cautions to throw that one away. But the second stage where gas and goes in the middle. Such a tight gas and go Tyler Reddick ran out of gas coming back to the checkered at one 20. So I was asking myself why? Why do the non playoff drivers just say too bad? I'm gonna take four tires because I want to flip the stage and I think it just comes down to the manufacturer help, right? There's still one of each manufacturer in there. So if you're a Toyota, we expect you to help you Toyota playoff drivers. Ford and Chevy. So when the Chevy's all came, they all take gas only because that's what suited the playoff drivers. So I think they are playing along as should, being good soldiers in this war between three manufacturers. And I mean, that's fascinating. These races are called only to get the lab 60, take a deep breath, four tires, fresh drink a ride. Around 60 laps more, another AMA. Come back in, fresh drink of water, four tires. All right, now another main, 68 lap a main. It is interesting. And the drivers, I think deep down, you don't want to be and I mean, I can use any name you want. Tyler Redick, Eric Jones, do you want to be does Eric Jones want to walk into the bus slot or the garage at the roval after catching the bumper of Tyler Reddick to win a stage in rec 6 playoff drivers? Man, I'd probably avoid. You don't want to do that. And I think that's what you see. It's not like they just pull out of the way, but they have the mittens on for sure. They have their mittens on. Interesting. And as we mentioned, only one multi car wreck, none in the last 150 laps. This comes after a week of discussions about concussions and unsafe cars and many have asked, were drivers racing more conservatively because that had been the narrative all week long. And I heard you and Jeff Burton both suggest earlier today that you guys felt this, this wasn't motivated by fear. And you in particular said, maybe it was mode made by almost being more physically responsible, that the drivers drove as if they had to pay for the cars they wrecked for the first time. And they finally kind of cared about their equipment. I think Burton kind of alluded to that as well, saying, this season has been so unpredictable. So much has happened that maybe like discretion was the better part of valor here. Is that kind of what you guys are getting at that there was a kind of judgment applied here. It was necessary. I don't ever want fear to be the driving factor to limit a driver's choices or ability. That's not healthy. Yeah. Shouldn't be fear. But I am totally fine if consequences in the results do. And I want to believe, after all the interviews, you know, Denny Hamlin told us after the race. Overall good day, just I was able to chase the push right there to get to the outside and I thought about, should I go with them and kind of force the 43 up and I'm like, you know, on the bottom, I always

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Elliott advances in NASCAR playoffs with Talladega victory

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Elliott advances in NASCAR playoffs with Talladega victory

"Chase Elliott proved why he was a favorite to win at Talladega Superspeedway racing in the lead pack for most of the day and then pouncing on the white flag lap to surge ahead and take the chicken flag When we took the green air for the restart I thought my opportunity to win was to get up in the top lane It was certainly a risky move The wind now propels him to the next round of the NASCAR playoffs Let's try to ride the wave had a bad week last week had a good week this week Ryan Blaney was second after leading 31 laps just 46 100th of a second behind Elliott Michael McDowell scored his second third place finish of the season I'm Jerry Jordan

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Chase Elliott needs nearly 7 hours to win at Nashville

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Chase Elliott needs nearly 7 hours to win at Nashville

"Following a two hour delay due to rain at Nashville superspeedway chase Elliott took a gamble on a late race caution staying out when several other drivers pitted for tires The bet paid off as Elliot was able to hold off Kurt Busch and Ryan Blaney for the win As bad as we were at the beginning of the race to be able to adjust on it take advantage of the opportunities we had to try to fix it and then to hit on it and to be able to execute after we hit on it to finish the event strong is not an easy thing to do Elliott led the final 34 laps to pick up a second NASCAR Cup Series victory of the season Bush admitted to making a mistake that likely cost him a shot at the win and finished second I just needed to start throwing fenders and starting to move people around and I didn't get after it Blaney was third I'm Jerry

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Ross Chastain steals victory at Talladega Superspeedway

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00:43 sec | 7 months ago

Ross Chastain steals victory at Talladega Superspeedway

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"superspeedways" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

07:39 min | 9 months ago

"superspeedways" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"But yeah, not a lot of tracks where you're just going to start building that kind of no. Not where you can land and say, okay, here's my stake in the sand. I'm going to build from this point forward, you know? Or mistake in the ground, I'm going to build from this point forward. I want to wrap up with the driver who put a stake in the ground elsewhere, Texas Motor Speedway, which is where I was this weekend. Again, I appreciate you being here because I didn't watching the NASCAR race with one eye and your inside is greatly appreciated. I was watching Jimmy Johnson. Yes. Finish a career best 6th in IndyCar and his first time on oval. I am clapping. Yeah, I know you didn't see it, but how impressive is that? Okay, so here's what I'm gonna say. And this is why I told you when you said we were gonna talk about this, I said, you might not like what I've got to say. Okay, I am a huge Jimmy Johnson fan. And became even a greater Jimmy Johnson fan. When he put on that uniform, put on that helmet and jumped in an IndyCar because here's a guy that was at the top, the top, the top of his game. And a cup car, when in championships, when in races, and when he decides to step away from that, it's, oh, let's go play another sport. I love that. I love that Michael Jordan put it all on the line. I mean, I love guys that move around like that. Because that shows they're comfortable in who they are. Okay. Having said that, Jimmy Johnson, this is just cow's opinion. Was never a great road racer, right? So I'm going to change games, and I'm going to go and run a road courses. 83 victories and cup, 82 of them on ovals. I'm going to run all street and roads. All street. I wondered the same thing. And it was like, you scratch your head. You scratch your head and you say. Okay, I hear you, brother. I hear you. You got 7 championships and 9000 wins. You know more than I do. But I'm not sure. You're mister mile and a half. You're mister oval. And I think yesterday, a firm that he is mister oval, that he understands oval track racing, the he understands what it takes, whether it be in a stock car, whether it be in an IndyCar, put him in a go kart. I don't care. He understands. Oval track racing, and what it takes to be competitive on a round track. Our square track if we go to Indy, because I think you'll be competitive there. But as you look at it, that's his forte. That's his area of expertise. You know what I mean? He is a master at that. And understanding where he needs to be and how to get there. And I think yesterday is a glimpse in what he can do. I don't think it's a, you know, some people will look at things and say, you know, you know, everybody, everybody does that every now and then. Well, I'll tell you. I don't think so. No, that's not what they were saying. Yeah, Texas. That's not what that's not what the Indy car guys were saying. Right. And that's a huge that's a huge endorsement. Yeah, very huge. So he finishes 6th at Texas where we know he has 7 cup wins. And as you touched on, the next oval is the biggest race in the world. Apologies to Daytona NASCAR. Indy 500 in May, and you had Joseph Newgarden the winner of Texas say it. You had Scott McLaughlin who finished second at Texas say it. These guys believe that Jimmy Johnson is now a serious contender. I mean, he's one for brickyards. Oh, I know. I know. We saw what he can do at Texas. He knows how to get around there. And now he's won four brickyards and he's going to go to 500 with a Ganassi car that can probably win. Yeah, I love that pre Texas. If you listen to all the drivers, you know, Jimmy really works hard and studies. He's a good guy, he's a good teammate. I really like Jimmy and now it's like, oh my God, I got a racing. Yeah, you know what I mean? I mean, the pendulum swung from one side to the other. From the comments, you know what I mean? And I've always said, it's easy to be friends with the driver you know you can beat every week. That's the simplest thing in the world. Listen, if I'm gonna pound you in the ground every week, let's be bullet. Let's be bud. You know what I mean? But if you're gonna beat me every week, then there's a little bit different. So it'll be interesting to see as he starts to run more and more competitive and is a threat to win race his own novels and is a threat going into Indy when we see him there if he becomes that. It's gonna be interesting to see the comments and the body language from the other drivers and what they have to say because I believe he is a threat on ovals. And not only is he really nice guy and really likeable, but to your point, if he starts doing really well, then it's going to be the attention of Danica. Patrick thought the attention of Fernando Alonso got when he ran into me. There might be a little bit of jealousy that might creep in there. And there will be. There will be. You know, I think you get that no matter where. If you're the guy that's busted your butt and invested your whole life to get to Indy in that seat and you qualify first or second and Jimmie Johnson is on the outside of the front row and all the stories about Jimmy Johnson being on the outside of the front row or the inside of the front row or on the front row. You know what I mean? There becomes that jealousy of. Well, why are you talking about that guy, man? Wait, wait, what's all the talk? So if, again, hypothetically, the Indy 500, if he makes that race, he has a chance to become the third guy to win Daytona 585 hundred, that would be Mario Andretti, A.J. Foyt have done it. He would be the first to win, obviously, a brickyard of southern 500 cocoa, 600 to Cup championship and win this race. What's he going for there? That's all time Rushmore of racing. Listen. I'll say this. If he goes there and does that, okay? And that's a big if. Yes. And still got to make the race. Yeah, yeah, I should say. But if he goes there and does that and then you start looking at Mario and AJ and you start looking at all that, then we got the announcement. Was it this past week that Rick's taking a cup car to Lamont? Jimmy Johnson's my guy. I'll take a Jimmy Johnson to law. Because that's all this left. I mean, honestly, that's all this left or Monaco in a Formula One car. I mean, as you look at some of that stuff. But honestly, that's all that's about all this left. And I think if he does stuff like that and goes there and we know what he's done in sports car racing, then you have to talk about Jimmy Johnson, more so than any driver, I believe, and the Cup Series, who has come from cup and gone that direction. Not from a guy who, not from AJ who went IndyCar to hear. Mario, but Jimmy from going from here to there. And what he's done, you have to talk to talk about him in the same conversation with Mario and garney and Voight, and parnelli, and guys like that. That's a level above, and I'll say it. That's a level above Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt senior, and guys that stayed in their lane. And that's a level above and God forbid that Tony Stewart fans will hate me. Oh, that's exactly right. That's another place, man. He moved to a place that few people have ever had that vision and never seen. Sadly, smoke never one Daytona. That's right. So yeah, it would be heavy if Jimmy's able to pull that off. All right, so as I mentioned, this was the first episode of the season for the NASCAR VC podcast. First episode for NASCAR American motor mouse, I came in last week, KP from a long off season. And I just want to give this man a plug. If you're not watching this on YouTube, you can't see this. But advanced reader copies. Or die. Yes. It.

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"superspeedways" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

04:54 min | 9 months ago

"superspeedways" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Was impressed with every one of those teams, getting those cars close enough that they could go back out there and to see raw's Chastain after he had been all over the wall. And the next thing I know, I'm like, you're out of my fantasy. No, you're back in my fantasy league. Let's get you back. You know what I mean? Because he's like, where did that happen, man? Because if that had been last year, yeah, you'd write that off, man. He's not coming back from that. So to come back from that was pretty spectacular. And if it had been last year, I don't think we'd be talking about track house racing and Ross Chastain finishing second, Suarez finishing fourth, Chastain's tenth in points, whereas his 13th endpoints, chase Briscoe, who had the win this year. At Phoenix's third endpoints, meanwhile, you get Denny Hamlin 26, Kevin Harvick in 14th. Austin Cedric wins the decade 500, 17 points. I don't want to steal your thunder on motor mouse, but you had a great point on the call earlier when you were talking about why we might have this mix up front. I think there's been a lot of focus on, oh, it's next gen, it's parody. It's things are changing. But you had a really good point on the different mix and I love your analogies is always KP. You brought it up baseball that the guys like Hamlin and Harvick Keselowski, they've got scouting reports on the guys they race up front. And those scouting reports don't really apply as much when you get guys from track house and chase Briscoe that you're racing against. When you look at Denny Hamlin and Denny Hamlin has spent his entire career, racing Kyle Busch, racing, chase Elliott, racing all these Kevin Harvick, racing these guys at the sharp end of the stick. They have to worry about Coyle of joy. They have to worry about Daniel Suarez. You know, they don't worry about Ross Chastain, and unless they drop down and run the Xfinity series. And so they didn't, they weren't used to it. And it's that it's that same thing in a crazy way of when rookies I grew up and I came along at a time when the old old guys were here. You know, and you couldn't pay. David Pearson run with you if you had a yellow bumper. There's no way. He didn't want anything to do. 'cause he has no idea what you were gonna do. Had no idea whether you gonna go left, you're gonna go right, you're gonna go through the pack, you're gonna go to the back. What are you gonna do? So he just wouldn't run away. I mean, he just, I don't care. You know what I mean? So those guys, they were very selective on who they ran with. And if you go back and look at the races from the 70s and 60s, those were the same thing. All those guys raced in the same, that's why I went Daryl come along. It's skewed to everything and messed everything up because here's this kid right in the middle of it. So I want to earn heart came along. Skewed what kale thought about it. What piercing it? That's why when Jeff came along a little bit later, then you had rusty and Mark and Earnhardt senior in those guys and they were like, we're just kids come from. We're not supposed to be racing with this kid. We're supposed to be better than this. So that's the way it's always been. But now all of a sudden we put everybody in a bag this year, shook it up and said, hey, it's all for one and one for all. Get in here. Let's get it done. And I just don't believe that Denny Hamlin knows exactly what Daniel Suarez is going to do lap after lap. Or what Ross Chastain. And that's not a knock on their driving style. It's just you don't have that book built yet. It's a different, it's a different game. It's fascinating. Hamlin, don't mean to pick on, but 26th in points. He forgets that it's no longer an H shift transmission. It's an age pattern. And that costs some big time at Vegas, I believe, and then this time in Atlanta, he screws up and makes a mistake and takes himself out and crashes Larson as well. Both times, he had really fast cars. Is it panic button time at all yet for the 11 team? It's only 5 races, but it seems like this is a pretty good sample size for 20% of the way through the regular season almost. So if this was last year, okay? I would say no panic, no concern. You know, I just would. But I really expected after 5 or 6 races this year after these first 5 or 6 races to see some to see it kind of sort out where there's my man Kevin Harvick. There's my man Denny Hamlin. There's my man Kyle Busch, all my guys have moved back to the front. You know, the world is right again. I hadn't seen that. No. You know what I mean? After 5 races, I've not seen that and there's no indication going to code that we're going to see that. You know what I mean? There's no indication going to the next three or four races. Then we're going to see that. So if Denny's behind after 5, I would give you the next 20 for him to catch up. But I think the way it's so it's so mixed up. It's going to be tougher to catch up. So I don't think it's time to panic. But I think you got to be concerned. I wouldn't have been concerned last year if I was Denny Hamlin. This many races in the season were I'm not concerned. Then he's going to knock it out of the park somewhere. And he still is going to knock it out of the park somewhere. That's not what but just to find that consistency. I'm concerned about that because you're right. I mean, now we've got circa the Americas Bristol dirt. Martinsville is looming out there somewhere for him. That's good. But yeah, not a lot of tracks where you're just going to start building that kind of no. Not where you can land and say, okay, here's my stake in the sand. I'm going to build from this point forward, you know?.

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"superspeedways" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

05:55 min | 9 months ago

"superspeedways" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Bowman, Elliot Larson are all signed beyond 2022. So timely win, a good thing for William Byron. And where do you think he is right now? Listen, I think William Byron is home, but I think he was home when he got there. I don't think Rick has any I don't believe Rick Hendrick to have any intention of ever letting William Byron out of his grasp. You know, I know we've seen chase. I know we've seen Kyle Larson and we see Alex just continue to win. And it's amazing. I mean, he's just there. He's solid and he's there. But and I've said it and I've said it on our pre race, I've said it a million times on NBC. I think we and Barron is the anchor and the future of what Hendrick motor sports is. I don't think it's chasing. Sorry, I don't think they signed a 5 year deal. It's not him. Don't care. Don't care. I think when William Byron hits his stride, we're going to be sitting here and I honestly believe we're going to be sitting here with comparisons to Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson. I don't hear that about chase. I hear old chase won't road courses, okay? I don't see that. You know, last time chase won an oval was Phoenix when he won the championship. That's not Jimmy Johnson. That's not Jeff Gordon. Those guys can our competitive everywhere. Baron has been competitive. A lot of places. They've just got to get past that point. They got to break through that. I think Rudy has been really good for him. Really, really good for whatever reason. They've just kind of clicked. But I think he thinks about it. He studies it. And I think he's the guy that can drive the bus creatively to move the car forward and to help the car move forward. Because he focuses on things like that. So that's just my opinion. And Rudy fugle his crew chief was the guy in Byron said before last year before the 2021 season, that's my guy. I went with him in the truck series, Rick Hendrick, we're picking a new crew chief for me. That's the guy I want. So it's like he had this sense of autonomy. And it's easy to sort of lose side of the fact, I guess, Kyle. William Byron is in his 5th season in cup, but he's still younger than 25, I believe. He can't be what, 22, 23. I mean, he's still got to be somewhere in that 24 this year. Maybe. Extremely young. Man, he's listen. He's closer to the prom than he is to retirement. So let's look at that one. I think when you look at when you look at it, it is, and those are solid. If we go, if I go back and look at a 19 year old a 20 year old to 21 year old, those are solid years, man. Those are solid years. He had to learn how to run cup. I talked to Rick, you know, after he won the championship and Rick moved him to cup. I was like, great. Great, great call, man. And Rick took some heat for it. You know what I mean? And Rick called, and he said, why do you say that? You know, why do you think it's a good call? And I go back to and I told Rick, I said, I'm going to give you the Richard Petty theory. If you're going to be a cup driver, go race cup. That's where you're going to learn. Yeah, learn to race against Kevin Harvick. Learn to race against Kyle Busch. Learn to race those guys and what they race. Get those hard knocks out of the way. Get them out of the way. It's going to be painful. It's going to be painful. It's not but get them out of the way. Don't spend all your time in the Xfinity series or the truck series. When in championships are winning what you think is a lot of races, and then you have to move up and then you have to go through that period at 28 or 29, go ahead and do it now. And I think that's what his first year second year third year. He struggled a little bit. But he's kind of hit a rhythm. And I think if you could get some of the luck away from him because he runs up front and some stages score stage points does everything he needs to do. He just needs to get him victory lane a little bit more. This could be the year it clicks. And I looked it up by the way, lord Byron turned 24 last November 29th. There you go. Still very young. I want to talk to you about some of these other guys in the top 5 going back to what you were saying about those days in the early 90s when things changed and you need to have specific cars and much more race specific cars. I was struck by the fact yesterday that you had Ross Chastain, Kurt Busch, Corey Lajoie, finished in the top 5 with battered race cars that have been in like Rex and spins and through the grass and apparently the next gen is just a tank, which I think is what NASCAR wanted and I would think kind of to your point earlier should be allowed to be used everywhere. Yeah, I think we're getting to see it with the bodies on the Xfinity cars with a composite body. You know, because they were listen. If Tyler Reddick could drive a composite body and not tear it off a car, that's your body. That's because he did it in the Xfinity series. He could run all up next to the wall and just never checked up. He was a good test model or the good tester for that. So you look at the body. I think there are weak links. We see him getting the wall and the independent rear suspension. It cocks it and moves it enough that, you know, your day is over. There are some weak links that come with it. But these are tough cars. Body wise, these are incredibly tough cars. And I think the way the engine compartments design and the way a lot of the car is designed, it's designed to take a little bit of a blow and pop back and bounce back. And I think we saw that yesterday. Now, is it the fastest car in the world when it does that? No. We've got to go back to some of these cars that were torn up. And you have to put that little asterisk side of it and say, okay, 31 cars were involved in Rex. That's why some of these cars are still running up front because there were so many cars that were torn up yesterday. There were fewer cars in perfect condition than there were. And a lot of races are not that way. But impressive what these crews did, because with the limited amount of work they let you do to fix a body and fix a car now, and NASCAR, I was impressed with every one of those teams, getting those cars close enough that they could go back out there and to see raw's Chastain after he had been all over the wall. And the next thing I know, I'm.

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"superspeedways" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

07:03 min | 9 months ago

"superspeedways" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Isn't a totally great analogy, but in this time of inflation in America, there's apparently inflation now in NASCAR with the Cup Series with super speedway racing because now Atlanta essentially give you 6 superspeedway races in addition to the two annual Daytona Talladega. So how do you look at that? Do you agree with Joey that maybe that's the way for drivers to look at this is to just sort of accept that, hey, sometimes it's going to come out of my wallet literally and figuratively literally for the team owners that they're going to crash some cars and have to deal with some racing that's really frustrating. Yeah, they're going to have to deal with a style of racing that is frustrating. Okay and I think that's what you get into because the speedway is a different style of racing. I found it fascinating that we're going to be up in arms a little bit. That we're adding two super speedway races, but nobody said anything when we added 14 road courses. You know what I mean? It's like, oh, I love those road courses, man. That's the greatest thing. That's a new short track and nasty. You know what I'm trying to say. I mean, there's has to be a balance somewhere. You know what I mean? And Daytona and Talladega are your speedway races. This race track races like a speedway. But I'm not sure that was speedway racing. I'm not willing to call it speedway racing. I know they drove it that way, but we heard for Saturday and Sunday if you listen to some of the stuff and read some of the comments. You know, I've got low drag package. I got a high drag package. I got a handling package. I got, let's go to the front package. You know what? I mean, so they were all over the board. When you go to Daytona, basically it's giving speed. When you go to the Talladega, it's basically give it speed. July is the one outlier in that because July at Daytona seemed to get hot and slick used to. I don't know what this car. I think joy's comment is more by saying, and using the word tax, but it's more like, this is the price we have to pay. To be able to run the racetracks, we want to run. You know what I mean? And if this is the price we have to pay, so be it. I'm willing to do it. You know what I mean? Because I want to be able to run Martinsville. I want to be able to run Bristol. I want to be able to run Charlotte in Texas and all these racetracks. So, you know, I think a lot of people would have liked to have seen Atlanta stay Atlanta, but Atlanta is not going to be a land anymore. So get over it. You know what I mean? And I think that's what Joey's saying also. It's a different racetrack. It's moved into a different category. We just have to live with it. I think some of the fear and loathing might be, though, that, hey, this worked as Atlanta. There might be some other amount and a half tracks that we might want to try this with. Does there come a point where owners, we know that drivers perhaps their say should be limited, but owners, their foot in the Bill, and you've got this next gen car this year that has limited inventories, everybody scramble for parts and pieces and cars. Do you think at some point owners say they're paying for it? Maybe they push back and say, hey, 6 of these types of races is enough. You know, that's a great question. I could see them pushing. I really could. And they would have the numbers to back it up. You know what I mean? They would have the financial numbers to be able to buy it. I mean, it's a funny thing that this conversation we're having this conversation today because we had this same conversation. I had the same conversation with my dad, probably 30 years ago. Okay, early 90s to mid 90s. Seems to be the time when we started going to Daytona and Talladega. And tearing up more cars that Daytona and Talladega, than you did at Martinsville or Bristol. There was a crossover moment there. Teams took their worst crap to Bristol. Because they knew it was coming back in a basket. You took stuff to Martinsville, that you didn't mind tearing the sides off of or tearing the front ends up. That's what it was. Now this is when teams had three or four cars. Not when they had 39 cars. They got into a NASCAR. But there was that crossover with the plate and the way things begin to race and the way people begin to race. You know, you go back to Bill Elliott unlapped himself two times. Nobody got close to each other. Knowing I'm tearing anything, huh? Right. The way I get close to each other. And so through the 80s and stuff, you had those type races where people run close, but man. I mean, I can't tell you how many times working at pity enterprises, we brought a car back from Daytona, pushed it over in the corner, cleaned it up, and took it to Talladega and never repainted it. It was done, man. It was done. You know what I mean? And those days stopped. Somewhere in the 90s, those days stop. So think about if Rick Hendrick sat down and said, okay, 1998 to 2000 22. How many cars have I tore up at Daytona? Now let's go back and remember Jimmy Johnson those guys will tear up three or four years sometimes. How many cars have I torn up? I bet that numbers would shock a lot of people. I can't remember talking to Rick Hendrick after the 2012 what was then, I believe, sprint unlimited, maybe bud shoot out. And I talked to him the day after that race, and all four of his cars had been recognized the night before, and he said, I just lost a $1 million in race cars. Yeah, think about it. Think about it. And that's one weekend. So think about that spread over. Think about that spread over a 25 year period and think about how much. So I can see the owners stepping in and saying, okay, this is our limit. But I have to say, at the same time, if I look at Charlotte, if I look at Texas, if I look at Kansas, Atlanta was a unique one and a half mile race track. It's not Charlotte. It's not Texas. It's a little bit from the front stretch to the middle of the backstretch is wider. You never really even when we used to run there a thousand years ago when it was the old old Atlanta speedway, just two straightaways. You were only ever straight for almost like a nanosecond. You'd come off the corner, drift out to the wall and then start back into the next corner. Same thing on the back stretch. So it was like one big circle. And that's almost when they made the D shape in the front. It's just a continuum of that. And you see them come off, and they don't run that straight down the back stretch anymore. So I just think Charlotte other places, I'm not sure they could do that. So it's interesting KP described it as not quite Daytona Talladega, but it may be a different and obviously it's a mile and a half, so it's not a 2.66 mile race track like Talladega or two and a half mile race track like Daytona, obviously it's shorter, but sounded like speeds or insane in person. I wasn't there. I was in Texas Motor Speedway from IndyCar race, but it sounded like watching it was just a constant blur. And I didn't monitor social media like you had tried to avoid monitoring too much social media, but it seems like I haven't checked in on the Jeff luck dot com, but it seemed like fans liked it. It seemed like if you were a fan of Daytona or Talladega, this was close enough. This is a close enough approximation that you got your money's worth. That's what you're looking for. I would say so. I would say so. And a strange way and a strange way, it's like that style of racing, that type of racing. It was a miniature version of that. It's like going up to GoPro and watching cup guys run go karts. It's a miniature version of a road course. You know what I mean? So it looks cool. And you see the past and then you see the racing, but you know it's a little bit different. But I still, you know, it just wasn't the things happened fast. It was.

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William Byron wins wild NASCAR race at remodeled Atlanta

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 9 months ago

William Byron wins wild NASCAR race at remodeled Atlanta

"The newly redesigned high banks of Atlanta motor speedway through NASCAR drivers a curve ball is the race turned into a fight for survival to trying to capture the checkered flag the winner William Baron who is out front as multiple car spun across the start finish line behind him it's just a crazy exhilarating feeling when you win a you know kind of a superspeedway style race because you're constantly working and you know it's never really guarantee there were twenty six race cars involved in at least one crash over the five hundred mile race but there was also a record number of leaders at twenty and more green flag passes in the field in the previous six Atlanta races combined following burned to the line was rostra stain who picked up his second straight runner up finish Kurt Busch was third jury Jordan Hampton Georgia

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 Milestone for Bubba Wallace as he earns 1st NASCAR victory

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Milestone for Bubba Wallace as he earns 1st NASCAR victory

"Alabama native Bubba Wallace goes to NASCAR victory lane earning his first Cup series win in the rain delayed race at Talladega superspeedway Wallace becomes only the second African American to win at the sport's highest level and he earned it well it's got to the front of the push for his future teammate Kurt Busch and once there he held off several challengers before the caution fell for a spin in the trial while under caution the rains fell again and officials were forced to call the race early because they couldn't drive the track before darkness would fall finishing second was Brad Keselowski followed by joy we're gonna win third jury Jordan Talladega Alabama

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NASCAR Reporter Kelli Stavast's Response To Anti-Joe Biden Chant Is Hilarious

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:52 min | 1 year ago

NASCAR Reporter Kelli Stavast's Response To Anti-Joe Biden Chant Is Hilarious

"Got angry people that literally chant blank joe biden at a nascar race number of nascar fans. Let it be known saturday. They're not really on board. With joe biden brandon brown one and xfinity series race at talladega and fran fans broke out into a chance. We've got the chat right guys because we had to do some editing. We had to bleep where we needed to bleep. The funniest part is the nbc reporters this the chat with the reporter because the reporter is trying desperately to pretend that thousands of people all around her aren't chanting blank. Joe bite and assoc- lies and she says listen to what they're saying brandon. There's i mean this is actually very funny. This is this is really really funny. Here's the here's what it sounded like at talladega superspeedway over the weekend over partners. Oh my god unbelievable moment brennan. You also told me from ground. Let's go brandon kind of hang back two stages and just watch and learn learn. That helps you. there in. Those closing laps was learning. How bind stayed away. Everything shifted top to bottom so much i mean the nbc reporter alicia. They're saying let's go brandon. You can hear them. Yeah we can hear the man. They say let's go brandon

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"superspeedways" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"superspeedways" Discussed on The Final Lap

"The final lap with kerry murphy is is on brandon brown legis eight laps of the race at talladega superspeedway for the xfinity series. But he did lead the one that counts. The final app is the one that pays the money and the trophy for his first career. Expedite series win is just something i've been working on one thousand nine years old really building to it and we knew that the superspeedway were our best chances smaller team where the gilles fairly even so we just had to work on bringing cars fast that xfinity internet and i feel like that was taken to get into victory lane. You know off the whole team. They just they put together such a great piece Thank you so much larry. Lemonade for allowing us. The opportunity but You know the pitstops were just on point tire brain vogler. Sports team was just phenomenal. All weekend so Thankful i guess would be the biggest one now. Darkness was brandon's friend in this one as the race was called early. They don't have lights at talladega brandon. Jones was second for an all brandon. Front row just was third. Daniel henrich fourth and jordan anderson rounds out the top five playoff standings look like this five to one justin haley in fifth. Then he got. Ag dinger daniel hamrick. Justin all is in second fifty five points. Back of austin syndrich odd next for the series is the charlotte wroval road course racing saturday three. Pm eastern on nbc. Here that.

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"superspeedways" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"superspeedways" Discussed on The Final Lap

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"superspeedways" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"superspeedways" Discussed on The Final Lap

"Anymore and drafting tapered spacer. Not as catchy. Oh i'm gonna go do some taper spacer racing. Yeah it's not the same can you taper my spacer. Please don't forget to look for the big one or two or three a wreck so huge. You can hardly believe you're is. You're going to do one of these. Well i guess we're not on youtube reminded that member. This was the tracker learn. the joy lagawe went airborne. And that's mashed pretty good on the top of his car and didn't like that very much. Yeah not a good year for guys named joey and flying cars. Yeah that's a good point. Actually i didn't even think about that. Never correllated the fact that joy gas and joey logano both are named joey. That's weird but okay sure and that they both went flying through the air. Do weird stuff like that. This track is huge. Two point six six miles in length banking massive bowling balls down at thirty three degrees the cup race while no we're not there yet. The stretch is forty three hundred feet. Backstretch four thousand feet now are at the cup race. One hundred eighty eight laps or five hundred miles. Oh by the way the start finish line. They moved into a different place. It's not were supposed to be There's a big story about that and it's kind of unique. Couldn't you roll a bowling ball down any nascar track. Turn no but this one would take out a tank. Yeah probably like when you roll a bowling ball at a bowling alley. They'll alleys flat. So i know. But i was trying to make visual and the radically any banking should take but that requires cumin force. If you just let it go banking you're gonna get like quite a projectile that's true but even five degrees of banking is significant compared to zero degrees of banking in a way to describe it. Now i don't okay go. Gosh getting hammered by the jobs during a bowling ball. I just. I just found that funny all right. This is funny this track. You could rolling ball town the border and everybody was with me until you call me out on it. That's true next time i'll just. They were like yeah. Let down the banking. It'd be so cool. There's nothing weird about that. I mean i won't do that but i'll just be quiet right. What if you rolled yourself down the banking. I know that would be probably painful right that. I think you'd probably rupture at least a spleen yet. Omland iowa that okay. Sure i don't know my depiction just playing. It'd be the thing that would go all right. Denny hamlin one. There in october of last year brad kozlowski one there in april of this year and ryan blaney won the two races before that. Check out all the edge of your seat nail biting crapping. Your pants talladega action easter. Sunday on nbc. What bring your extra pair of pants. I was just making sure you were paying attention and stuff. Not that one's good that's funny crapping your pants edge of your seat act you watch you watch their promos ranby see talladega superspeedway crapping your pants. Action doodoo real people's legs. Now you took it too far well drivers do and do at data and we begin with kevin. Harvick has a win. Eight top five. Seventeen top tens and his average finish is fifteen point eight by the way all of these guys are the the cream of the crop but check out their average finishes each of them. It's amazing yeah. I don't know why it says. Harvard is the worst of the winners. Because he's like the best of the winters that we have here well. But i was comparing him to the last on the list and i didn't really do all the other research. So oh you meant worst of winters like the least the average finish. Well no because look. You've got those other one. That's not even true either. All right disregard the bold. Just you know what. Forget anything something useful on the show. Who wants a copy of these show notes wrong. Another copy of show notes. People think that'd be fun. Never mind because they'd be able to see rettig the missing letter and they'd be able to get the c. Harvard being the fifteen point eight being the worst winters when it's not okay. Whatever the poor or non bowling right here. That was i was just funny. I found that funny funny to me. Okay i'm sorry. I'm had a weird mood today. This is like the second davey available next week. Maybe you check with them. Yeah i think so baby for more. Next week i've been i've been penalized by kerry tetra mental to the final lap. Weekly chase elliott. This track has one win. Four top fives five. Top tens of average finish of fifteen point. Seven so kevin harvick still currently the worst. Kyle busch one win six top. Fives eight top. Tens average. Finish twenty point eight. Ooh that's not good. He had bad things to say about talladega. this week. To something about If you finish twelve. I mean that's a good day and some points an yeah i mean. That's how you control at this trap for sure Didn't hang on to wins nine. Top five thirteen top tens and average finish of seventeen point to ryan blaney. A couple of wins three top fives five top. Ten seventeen point four is how he finishes averagely. That's a new word and joey logano. The guy who averagely spun and flipped and just all average just like everyone else's averages three wins eight. Five said upton the average of seventeen point five all right the best active driver at this track brad. Kazlauskas got six. Wins there eight top. Fives seventeen top. Tens.

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Larson Romps to yet Another Victory for Hendrick Motorsports

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Larson Romps to yet Another Victory for Hendrick Motorsports

"Once again come Larson H. is name in the history books as he put on a dominating performance to take the win in the first ever NASCAR Cup series race at Nashville superspeedway and the first time in thirty seven years the series had raced in the state of Tennessee in front of a sold out crowd Larson would leave the building is dusted the help point for two hundred and sixty four three hundred laps and picked up his fourth win of the season he had a couple of challenges throughout the race but they fell aside quickly Ross Chastain would finish second his best run of the season followed by William Byron and third jury Jordan Lebanon Tennessee

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"superspeedways" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"superspeedways" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"This is going to be something special. It really is. We're ready to go racing here at Nashville Superspeedway drivers already aboard their race cars. The window nets are already up. We're getting ever closer to the most famous words to get the party started in music City USA 93 degrees outside sunny little bit cloudy, but, man Oh, man, It's absolutely perfect for a party, so let's get it started. Track side now for the command, And now he's here to say the most famous words in motor sports. Please welcome multi platinum ACM, CMA, CMG and Billboard Music award winning country music superstar Luke Coleman's Nashville. You're ready, baby. Drivers start your engines. You don't think his place is ready. Think again. It's electric. The crowd on their feet. The engines come to life coming up. It's the ally 400, the NASCAR Cup series, The Nashville Superspeedway. It's next. It's live on the motor Racing network. Let's come down to the final lap of the Brads lunch. 500 right now, Pizza is coming in on toppings. Just a lot to go. Salad has a healthy lead at all. No stuff. The PDS has created a hot mess with that pile up good thing. Paper towels are in the mix. But wait, someone has emerged from the flames. It's steak burrito and grilled chickens. They're nothing now and there's the checkered flag. State burrito wins it by a bean. Good choice bread when you have the need for feed, find it on the door. Dash app door Dash, official partner of NASCAR. That once was a dad who set out on a great quest to find the perfect Coca Cola flavors at his family's request. So he went into a convenience store and grab the Coke, cherry, Vanilla.

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"superspeedways" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"superspeedways" Discussed on NASCAR America

"The stairs here. I kind of walked away from. Yeah yeah so. Sorry about that got. I got three year old and a ten month old. I'm used to this. So i'm going. Here's here's question. Are you disappointed. That a sponsor hat and stepped up and said. Let's continue this. Let's let's let's make something happen. Well not you know. I think going into this year. I felt like it was pretty set in stone. What i was going to be doing The for the second half of the season you know with the situation sam. We had twelve twelve week window to accomplish what we wanna do what we wanted to do. And you know so. I guess i'm not really that surprised you know. We're working hard to try to put together a program for me next year And we've got interest in that. I think that it's something that's definitely not possible. We're just we're just trying to work on that if figured out this listen. Don't worry about answering any more questions coping with your family. Just go go go man. Good luck and i'll feel man the nashville folk silent about the racist weekend. Yeah definitely Definitely they're definitely exciting. It's really cool. Like we got to spend some extra time with him. I haven't been able to make it up your whole lot in my interview. Got busted up a little bit and try to sneak away and do that but Yeah i'm really excited. Uh the truck race that's gonna be really fun to with the iraqi war deal directly roofing spots around the race friday night so right off. Tv as well let us way gme le- let us wave family. Yeah i think my my grandparents worked up here to get my little girl. Back now sears. She okay all right. We'll get south. We'll have a good luck joining us. His hiding spot was found by the you know about the. You're watching this weekend. Dj nashville who's going to be in the cup race. Oh gosh yeah yeah. I just want to say what kyle larson is going to bring us to know. He's the top but but when somebody gets this hot you just want to see what they have in store for the next one especially at a racetrack that they haven't been kp. Listen i'm gonna see if one of his teammates can beat him. I'll go with the added three answering step up. Real quick preview saturday's show the operating in seeing how many songs you gotta make something up between. I said some other guys sawyer. Brown josh turner. I don't know you and me and this is due on the door taking out right place. Bigger wait wait to get the national this week and we'll be back here on motormouth on monday. We'll break down everything for nashville and preview to pocono races. Next weekend's he then..

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"superspeedways" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"superspeedways" Discussed on NASCAR America

"A man who leads that organization and justin joining us now here on motormouth. Hey just your nashville resident. So how fired up is this town for this weekend man. It's it's it's pretty special. I mean they've been promoting for a couple of months. But eric and his staff how the speedway been sold out for a number of weeks now. So it's kind of like to just sort of building buzz around the town and what kind of what we're gonna do and what kind of party we're gonna throw in everything but nascar belongs in. Nashville belongs in middle tennessee. It's got a lot of history here and obviously with the banquet Few years ago and coming back and everything. It's i mean this. This is a party talents an event town and it's a great fit for nascar to be here so i'm excited towns excited and track houses ready to go. Hey listen i want to ask you about a bet. Your season so far because i have been i and upset at this at this desk. A thousand times says fan. So i i just liked that kid but how you guys approach this year with a different business model. You came into the sport a little bit different than we've seen other teams come into it. But i mean i i look at that one top five two top tens but that could easily be five or six top. Fives and seven or eight top tens. There's just been circumstances have changed things around. Did you expect this much. Success this quick. I was pretty careful in managing my expectations. Are i guess identifying my expectations around finishing positions. Because you know it's as you guys all know this is. This is the most competitive in difficult form of professional racing that there is a north america. And it's very difficult to be successful here and i think for me and for track house. We're just trying to take the long view on things and try to be successful for five. Ten fifteen twenty years and what that means this year is defining success. Bi weekly improvement about learning what daniel needs in a race car. You know about kind of build our company culture building our vision both on the competition side you know and in the marketing side and the result sort of just take care of themselves. So you know. I've been very happy with how we've navigated some of those things. I mean we have definitely had some of those outlier weekends. Like bristol was was unbelievable. I daniel never been on a dirt. Track until tuesday of that week in a in a stock or something and we have a very special driver daniels. Our focus has been on making sure that we understand him what he needs out of a race car how to keep him motivated and kinda of just build our culture in a build our cohesiveness around delivering that to him so he can go do his job and it's been a great start to the year. You're right i think we've been a position to probably have some more top tens but you know this is a difficult game and and you know you guys know so. Many of these races come down a lot of race drama and a lot of variables that are out of your control. But we're we're careful to make sure that we don't define success or failure in year one by this many top tens of this top five. It's just about being better every week and just building the foundation for this company justin. You've proved time and again over the years that you've been involved in nascar racing in particular. What a good businessman you are by myself and others might would question. Why would you start this this year with all the changes coming next year. Well i mean so. The plan was launched this year no matter what and then when the next gen car got laid took a step back when it okay does that does that delay track house. Does that sort of. What do we do here in the morning. Thought about the more. I thought you know if we if we operational partner like are cr where we ended up and we utilize their resources. Help share some overhead limit. Our capital outlay and limit the investments. We make to get started. Then i think the perfect scenario. I think any will tell you the same thing. The perfect scenario is to come in this year and be careful about obviously making investments in capital assets. That are going to be obsolete. So i don't buy a bunch of cars but focus on the company culture. And what i've been talking about the company process and make sure that we're working well together that we're learning daniel that we're building a great marketing platform. So when the next gen car comes. We as a cohesive group are focused entirely on that race car. So we're not trying to learn a new race car. We have new hires. We're trying to figure out how to go to the racetrack. We can get a lot of this stuff figured out up this year and then as a group jumped into that new car and have it be a process spread over year instead of just all these unknowns on day one that was the strategy i mean i think it makes this year difficult in some respects but i think in ten years from down the road fifteen years down the road. Five years down the road. We're going to look back on this and realized that this was a one hundred percent the right move for us to make as a company to just ask you about that you call it an operational partner in our cr and we talk about teams that are affiliated with bigger teams. You basically went to our crm. Today i want you to run it. I'm not gonna hire a lot of people unlike some other teams that start hiring. You know forty fifty people. You've got very few people and you basically letting are cr run. Everything is that. How was that concept. Came up with that concept. Well i would stop short of saying that are running everything i mean we. We still have a lot of. We still have a lot of autonomy over over the type of cars we bring to the race track. We do work as as as the ninety nine group ourselves. The my idea honestly was we've seen this play out time and time again where owners have come into the sport and thought from day one that they're going to capitalize themselves builder ray higher their staffs and they're smart enough and will bet on themselves from day one to make it happen. I don't have any ego. And i'm not and i'm not you know i.

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"superspeedways" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"superspeedways" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Hendra motorsports car seem to have the most speed in the field but the counter that is driving that against three other premier drivers right so it's easy to say it's got the fastest stuff yet but you to chase elliott william byron and alex bone to do it and oh by the way he did he drove around chase elliott with one of the most masterful gutsy all star race tight moves driving to the outside quarter panel a third lane. We had yet to see in ninety laps. So the move for the all star race was outstanding. I think kyle. I think this is the kyle larson. We all thought was out there. You can only decided but he wins in everything. He's so much talent we didn't know if it was his preparation holding him back if it was asked if it was his youth if it was his lack of mentor sh we didn't know we'll never know because it kind of all the jumbled up reset but now he's an organization with a lot of leadership. Jeff gordon you mentioned it stein in the fox booth what he's still has a role andrew motorsports rick hendrix there. Chad can houses there. We asked outs blue being us out. Hey how're the post like you said you ever met chad kind of. There's a lot of leadership around him and a lot of confidence and a lot of talent and driving great equipment and i think that's what you're seeing right the combination of the three two minutes amount of confidence. And you know we said it on our preview show. You and i both cholera and watching. Because you take that much talent with that much motivation. The timing of hendrick motorsports and what they're doing communist chevrolet and where they are in the grand scheme of things. You got this recipe for success. Now he's doing it against the defending champion on. His team is the defending champion of our series. And he's taking the fight to him and make no mistake about it. That's what it is you want to be. It's a friendly fight. Well it's a friendlier fight than it is. When against you. Know the guys at a a penske or gibbs right but you want to be the guy. He's been fast. I mean we're hasn't he run. Well right where. Where in winter aren't they going to run. Well what's going to question. I've got is what's going to slow them down right. That's what you see in the years where they team will go through a streak within a year somewhere in there. I don't see the stopping. I just don't know how the other teams are going to match it. You know at this late in the year. It's going to be interesting to see. I know they're gonna trot but they got their work cut out for some of the counter. They say they're going to try if you're a team. Principal another organization with the next gen car coming year out and split those rights right starting to be delivered like parks freeze are biden point not to get into simply put. If you're give you some names travis geisler or the decision makers or whomever that is and you're sitting up at twenty thousand feet looking at your team like a chessboard. Where you willing to put the pieces right. At what point do you just say. We'd better try to leapfrog on next year's guard. Because i don't know if we can get. This is a unique season to try to play catch up. I mean it's a cyclical sport. But i don't know somebody end-date don't think we've ever seen the investment the investment that travis guys i would say hey i need this investment. He can no long ago to his team and say i can carry this into next year. Difficult decisions are going to have to be made and to. your point. departs freeze the limited amount of wind. Tunnel all the stuff. That's already in place makes it even that much more difficult no practice. Say what you won't. That still has a huge bearing on. What's going on the racetrack. We used to go to the racetrack and we'd have three practices on a weekend. Think about that. I mean you can try a lot of stuff if you take a four car team knowing you got to catch up with three different practice sessions. That's a lot of stuff you can try. And i know they got simulation they got all this and let me tell you something. They don't drive the car when matters is what the driver feels the end of the day. Talk about all the millions of dollars spent the innovators one matters. And that's what the driver feels. Because he feels it and he can drive it the way he wants to. It's going to go fast. Now do that easier than others. Yeah right but it's the drivers got a feeling. The computer doesn't understand that yet. They just don't look reminds seven right. The the new car came on board. It was a split season with both cars chad. And i were both gucci vendor motorsports at the time and we a year before had given that new car to a different group organization. They handed it to us. I love how smart we were. We had nothing to do with it. We put on the race. Track the way. Those guys told us right hook line and sinker and is what you want us to run no problem and it worked and the reason that matters is because we stuck our heels on the ground and continue to work on the old car and everybody was trying to catch me and they had to decide to switch cars. They were going to try to catch us on it was it was a big advantage for you. Guys covered both ways and that oh seven season. It was the twenty four of jeff gordon. The four hundred jimmy johnson. You guys dominated that whole year. Much like hendrick. Motorsports has been doing through sixteen races. This year mentioned nascar. Picks up the schedule here where ten races remaining regular season starting at nashville superspeedway. I'm going to get the nashville. But i just want to give you guys a chance. Give us a recap of sixteen races of the regular season. Were the big takeaways. 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"superspeedways" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"superspeedways" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Growing to investigate the origin of the Corona virus for over a year. Now you've had many members of Congress and medical experts speculating that this virus may have actually started in a lab in Wuhan. Not what we were told in the beginning that it was only bad to human that it couldn't have been trip started in the lab. Now there's even more science and scientists coming forward, saying that it might have started in a lab And yet Speaker Pelosi won't let any of the standing committees investigate this. House Minority Whip Steve Scalise on Fox News President Biden gave intelligence officials 90 days to report on the likely origins of Copan 19. The World Health Organization says it came from animal to human transmission. China's growing space program Announcing another major goal A three member crew of male astronauts will blast off next month for three month mission on China's new space station that, according to a Chinese space official, who was that nation's first astronaut in orbit. The announcement also coming after an automated spacecraft docked with the new space station, carrying few Roland supplies for the future crew that spacecraft reaching the station eight hours after blasting off from an island in the South China Sea on Saturday. Paul Stevens Fox News NASCAR drivers start their engines less than an hour from now in the Coca Cola 600. We got 11 different winners over the 1st 14 races. It talks about the variety and the competitive balance, and that's got a good job of scheduling different types of tracks, whether they be short track superspeedways this a mile and a half and in the Coca Cola 600, which you'll see later on. Auction. The most races are run on my own and a half tracks. If you do well here, you should be around for the championship. And this race is the ultimate test and speed and endurance and then changing from day to night where you started around six. The speeds get a little bit greater. That's when you're usually the drivers tend to be more tired. It makes it for an exciting.

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"superspeedways" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"superspeedways" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"With her perspective and action. Virginians can the cover from this pandemic. Now you can vote to make McClellan the first black woman governor in the U. S. McCloughan will continue to look out for us and up lift our voices vote early now or on June 8th. Let's put her in the governor's mansion. Paid for by Karen Action authorized by Jennifer McClellan for governor. Calls on both sides of the aisle growing to investigate the origin of the Corona virus for over a year. Now you've had many members of Congress and medical experts speculating that this virus may have actually started in a lab in Wuhan. Not what we were told in the beginning that it was only back to human that it couldn't have been trip started in the lab. Now there's even more science and scientists coming forward, saying that it might have started in a lab And yet Speaker Pelosi won't let any of the standing committees investigate this. House Minority Whip Steve Scalise on Fox News President Biden gave intelligence officials 90 days to report on the likely origins of Copan 19. The World Health Organization says it came from animal to human transmission. China's growing space program Announcing another major goal A three member crew of male astronauts will blast off next month for three month mission on China's new space station that, according to a Chinese space official, who was that nation's first astronaut in orbit. The announcement also coming after an automated spacecraft docked with the new space station. Bearing fuel and supplies for the future crew that spacecraft reaching the station eight hours after blasting off from an island in the South China Sea on Saturday. Paul Stevens Fox News NASCAR drivers start their engines less than an hour from now in the Coca Cola 600. We've got 11 different winners over the 1st 14 races. It talks about the variety and the competitive balance. And that's got a good job of scheduling different types of tracks, whether they be short track superspeedways this a mile and a half and in the Coca Cola 600, which you'll see later on socks and the most races are run on my own and a half track. So if you do well here, you should be around for the championship. And this race is the ultimate test and speed and endurance and then changing from day to night where you started around six. The speeds get a little bit greater. That's when you're usually the drivers tend to be more tired. It makes him for an exciting finish. Fox Sports is Chris Myers. I'm Steve Rappaport. And this is Fox News. This'll news brought to you by Edelman. Financial.

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Keselowski Claims 6th Win at Talladega With Overtime Pass

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Keselowski Claims 6th Win at Talladega With Overtime Pass

"His last he took advantage of a late race caution at Talladega superspeedway to get his first NASCAR Cup series win of the season and move into second place on the all time wins list at the track with seven trips to victory lane before the caution it looks like Matt DiBenedetto would cruise to the win but he dropped back on the final restart trying to defend his position and ended up in fifth because Lossky will cross the stripe of several car spun behind him in the tribal just one tenth of a second ahead of second place finisher William Byron Michael McDowell finished the race in third followed by Kevin Harvick in fourth I'm Jerry Jordan

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"superspeedways" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"superspeedways" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Race Day. Kevin Harvick, Dale Earnhardt Jr all single file through Turn four. All behind Race leader Joey, Look on Our caution Flag is waving at the start Finish line in the Daytona 500 is over and across the line, taking the captain Roger Penske. Victory Lane is Joey Logano, now back to what he came. 2015 Daytona 500 victory for Joey Logano, and he has a good record as well at superspeedways top 10 and five of the last six Daytona 500, including that win, you just heard there and he'd be the first to tell you that a crew chief is always a big part of getting any victory, a big part of Denny Hamlin's success here at Daytona in recent years. Has been his crew chief Chris Capehart, Marines. Steve Post chatted with him. What's it like being two for two for the Daytona 500? It's to hear you say it. It is pretty surreal for sure, but I look forward trying to make it three for three day that let's just go kind of big picture. Broad picture. Are there differences? Are there changes in the cars? What types of new challenges will you have? Is you as you look to this weekend's race? Well, certainly. Speaking only the Daytona 500 their way less changes from 2022 2021. There was from 19 to 20. So I certainly feel you know, Mork confident about where we are and how our cars are coming Drive and perform a year removed this year head in 2021 on top of that Danny and I have in two years together to work together and kind of understand each other and what we're thinking and how aggressive to B and when you know we've we've got a lot of that under her belt. Now, So you know, I definitely have a lot more understanding what to expect. But that doesn't mean that you know you're gonna be able to execute down There is a lot of variables toe try to overcome even in the short two years. How is Denny evolved in as as he continues to fine tune his ability of his skill as a great race car driver? Yeah, that's a good question. So you know, it's it's crazy to say, but I think we have three win of the eight starts. We have three wins and, like six top fives and R and R. Speak racist together. So you know those air those air wildly overachieving numbers for anyone statistically, but, you know, I mean, it's been eight races running up doing it well, and I think that really goes to his understanding what he needs in the car and Chris Lamberts understanding what he needs in the car as a spotter father's important every week. But but certainly a plate races or superspeedways there their whole another level worth of importance, and Jenny and Chrisman worked together for a lot of years now, and they just really refined their craft, and the two of them understand what each other's thinking and that's a really big deal. Denny Hamlin's crew chief. Chris gave heart with our Steve Post. You'll hear Steve all day today on pit road and, you know, as we mentioned any handling, trying to pull off a three peat in the Daytona 500 is certainly a huge deal for him. But it would also make gave heart three for three in the Daytona 500. Denny Hamlin always done has finished Top four in the last five Super Speedway races. That's the longest streak ever as well Coming up, We'll head down on the starting grid and talk with more drivers competing in today's Daytona 500 Blue Green Vacations, the official vacation ownership provider of NASCAR invites.

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"superspeedways" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"superspeedways" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Slingshot past Petty. Turned three. They make contact to hit the outside wall spun in the infield grass. Both cars are damaged. The Who is going to finish first, who is going to cross that line. Petty was 100 yards away. He was unable to get his car started piercing crept across the line to register the victory. So Richard Petty Was David Pearson, Number two. What made it even more amazing? Is David Pearson. It was I don't know if it was locker just what he was. He was pushed. He kept up the clutch pushed in. And that's what kept the car ignited. And so he was able to get it going instead of trying to restart it, And that's when Petty's people into come out, run out there and trying to push him across the line and incredible finish of very great number two. Go ahead. All right, number one. Let's go back to 1998 20 years of trying 20 years of frustration, Dale Earnhardt will come to the caution flag. Win that Daytona 500. Finally, the most anticipated moment in racing. If John Elway can win the Super Bowl, Dale Earnhardt said he could win the Daytona 500. He did. Mike Joy Joy With the call on CBS stale, Earnhardt was able to get his elusive of victory. They're in the great American race on his way. The winner's circle, of course, every crew member lined up but the eggs of the pit road to congratulate her and hard on his victory. So the Intimidator Number one on my list. The 1998 Daytona 500. It's so good. We are one off, basically. We are one off on ours. Mine is my number five the same as your number 507. Harvick over Mark Martin in the plant and the very final part. Now I'm pulling for Mark Mark in a lot of ways, obviously. Because it's been 23 years. He's never really great at superspeedways. He's had winds of superspeedways, but he hates him. And he hated and then he hates him. Now even Um But that that movie the end. Maybe there should have been a caution. I'm going. And how did he just barrel through that quickly? Kevin Harvick did and then ended up finishing in a basically a photo finish. My number four was 76 with David Pearson, the wreck of the end. Get the clutch push did it was able to get it. Get it going. Get it across the finish line number three. You're gonna be surprised by this Since I'm such a big deal. Fan number three is 1998. That's my number three. There are two more that I think are even more significant. Number two Is 1959 Lee Petty. And the wind over Johnny Bo champ. The photo finish. It took three days, which You got to give it to big Bill France, man Because there might have been they might have been able to get that thing developed by the next day. But no, no, no, no, no, that was that was the first time that was the first time off the beach, right? Yeah. Yeah, That was the first time that was the first at the actual superspeedway that was deemed unsafe and too big for her open wheel cars, but just perfect. Big heavy American stock cars and Lee Petty across the finish line where it took three days that anticipation you never know what you're going to see the crown jewel race, the Daytona 500 right there and in sunny Florida. Was perfect. There's great showmanship by Big Bill France. The guy was ahead of his time He really was number one. Number one is 1979. It's gotta be for every reason you just said, and you hear the voice of Ken's with Ken Squire has to feel 30 ft. Tall during that call first off, he's got to tell everybody where the leaders are. So he's got you hear him in the end going. Our leaders are in Richard Petty is it turned for our leaders Aaron for me to get the camera on Richard Petty basically can Squire, the father of auto racing in America on television. Had to call the race and direct it because they were used to shooting motor sports. They're used to shooting football, baseball, basketball, golf and all this. They weren't used to shooting. Motor sports live on television flag the flag. CBS. They did incredible job. They put the camera right down there along the fence to see him, Lucien by the whole thing, and then to see that type of a finish where The Northeast is in a Snowden situation People are gonna while Let's just watch this and to see that unfold where there's a fight at the end, the bitter the emotion, all of it. All of it ushered in. I mean, really, the Golden Age of stock car racing in America that carried over for the next 20 years. I know they found out the part time to Daddy and I hope that changes but Boy that came around honestly, 25 years. If you think about it was the mid 2000 words started to take us take a slip, but my goodness, that.

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"superspeedways" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"superspeedways" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Rapidly raise Pierson slingshots as Betty and turned three. They make contact to hit the outside wall spun in the infield grass. Both cars are damaged. The Who is going to finish first who's gonna cross that line, but he was 100 yards away. He was unable to get his car started. Piercing crept across the line to register the victory. So Richard Petty does David Pearson number two. What made it even more amazing? Is David Pearson. It was I don't know if it was locker just what he was. He was pushed. He kept the clutch pushed in. And that's what kept the car ignited. And so he was able to get it going instead of trying to restart it, And that's when Petty's people into come out, run up there and trying to push him across the line and incredible finish of very great number two. Go ahead. All right, Number one. Let's go back to 1998 20 years of trying 20 years of frustration, Dale Earnhardt will come to the caution flag to win the Daytona 500. Finally, the most anticipated moment and race. If John Elway can win the Super Bowl, Taylor Hart said he could win the Daytona 500. He did Mike Joy, a joy with the call on CBS, Dale Earnhardt was able to get his elusive of victory there in the Great American race on his way the winner's circle. Of course, every crew member lined up with the eggs of the pit road. To congratulate her and hard on his victory. So the Intimidator number one on my list? The 1998 Daytona 500. It's so good. We are one off, basically. We are one off on ours. Mine is my number five is the same as your number. 507. Harvick over Mark Martin in the plant and the very final part. Now I'm pulling for Mark mark in a lot of ways, obviously. Because it's been 23 years. He's never really great at superspeedways. He's had winds of superspeedways, but he hates him. And he hated him. Then he hates him. Now even Um, but that that movie the end. Maybe there should have been a caution. I'm going. And how did he just barrel through that quickly? Kevin Harvick did and then ended up finishing in a basically a photo finish. My number four was 76 with David Pearson, the wreck of the end. Get the clutch push did it was able to get it. Get it going and get it across the finish line Number three. You're gonna be surprised by this Since I'm such a big deal. Fan number three is 1998. That's my number three. There are two more that I think are even more significant. Number two. 1959 Lee Petty And the wind over Johnny Bo champ. The photo finish. It took three days. Which means you got to give it to big Bill France, man Because there might have been they might have been able to get that thing developed by the next day. But no, no, no, no, no, that was that was the first time that was the first time off the beach, right? Yeah, that was the first time that was the first at the actual superspeedway that was deemed unsafe and too big for for open wheel cars, but just perfect. Big heavy American stock cars and Lee Petty across the finish line where it took three days that anticipation you never know what you're going to see the crown jewel race, the Daytona 500 right there and in sunny Florida. Was perfect. There's great showmanship by Big Bill France. The guy was ahead of his time He really was number one. Number one is 1979. It's gotta be for every reason you just said, and you hear the voice of Ken's with 10 Squire has to feel 30 ft. Tall during that call first off, he's got to tell everybody where the leaders are. So he's got you hear him. In the end going our leaders are in frigid petty is interned for our leaders. Aaron for me to get the camera on Richard Petty basically can Squire, the father of auto racing in America on television. Had to call the race and directed because they were used to shooting motor sports. They're used to shooting football and baseball, basketball golf. And although they weren't used to shooting motor sports live on television flag, the flag CBS. They did incredible job. They put the camera right down there along the fence to see him, Lucien by the whole thing, and then to see that type of a finish where The Northeast is in a Snowden situation People are gonna while Let's just watch this and to see that unfold where there's a fight at the end, the bitter the emotion, all of it. All of it ushered in. I mean, really, the Golden Age of stock car racing in America that carried over for the next 20 years. I know they've fallen on some hard times, Daddy and I hope that changes but Boy that came around honestly, 25 years. If you think about it was the mid 2000 words started to take us take a slip, but my goodness, that was a great top five. By the way, Let's see her here. A real quick from Dale of Post 98 on CBS. All them race fans and all them. People have been saying, Dale, this is your year. They'll.

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FBI concludes that Bubba Wallace not victim of hate crime over noose incident

Forum

01:01 min | 2 years ago

FBI concludes that Bubba Wallace not victim of hate crime over noose incident

"Federal law enforcement officials say that the news founded the team garage used by NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace was not an attempt at racial intimidation Wallace the only black driver in NASCAR's top series a noose incident at delegate at at Talladega superspeedway in Alabama prompted a huge so overall show support around the country and peers Tom Goldman an FBI investigation found evidence the news had been there for months long before Bubba Wallace was assigned to that garage for the rate yes NASCAR president Steve Phelps says it's fantastic to hear Wallace wasn't a target of a hate crime this month Wallace led a successful push to ban the Confederate battle flag at NASCAR events Phelps says he'll always remember the overwhelming show of support for Wallace at Monday's race and that was a very powerful image in in not just the history of our sport but I think in all sports so since there still was a noose in a Talladega garage any says NASCAR will continue its investigation to determine

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Bagged grocery store salad sickens more than 100 in 7 states

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Bagged grocery store salad sickens more than 100 in 7 states

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FBI says no crime committed after noose found in NASCAR garage

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

FBI says no crime committed after noose found in NASCAR garage

"NASCAR's only black driver in the Cup series Bubba Wallace was not the target of a hate crime that comes from the FBI investigation of a rope fashioned into a noose found hanging in the garage stall where Wallace's car was parked at Talladega superspeedway investigators now say that rope had been there since last fall all the same emotional Bubba Wallace thank fellow drivers and fans for showing support I would really say burn either I'm proud to stand where a man Kerry a new face again this first grader from

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No charges in NASCAR noose incident involving Black driver

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

No charges in NASCAR noose incident involving Black driver

"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting no charges will be filed in the NASCAR noose incident involving the circuits only black driver federal authorities say the noose found in NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace's garage stall at Talladega superspeedway had been there for at least eight months at no charges will be filed U. S. attorney J. town and FBI special agent in charge Johnny sharp junior say the news had been in garage number four as early as October Wallace is the only black driver on NASCAR's top circuit less than two weeks ago he helped push the stock car series to ban the Confederate flag at its venues after a crew member for Richard Petty motor sports discovered the news Sunday NASCAR contacted the F. B. I. which said fifteen agents to the track to investigate hi Mike Rossi up

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No charges in NASCAR noose incident involving Black driver

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

No charges in NASCAR noose incident involving Black driver

"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting no charges will be filed in the NASCAR noose incident involving the circuits only black driver federal authorities say the noose found in NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace's garage stall at Talladega superspeedway had been there for at least eight months at no charges will be filed U. S. attorney J. town and FBI special agent in charge Johnny sharp junior say the news had been in garage number four as early as October Wallace is the only black driver on NASCAR's top circuit less than two weeks ago he helped push the stock car series to ban the Confederate flag at its venues after a crew member for Richard Petty motor sports discovered the news Sunday NASCAR contacted the F. B. I. which said fifteen agents to the track to investigate hi Mike Rossi up

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No charges in NASCAR noose incident involving Black driver

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

No charges in NASCAR noose incident involving Black driver

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California raceway president says noose found in tree

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

California raceway president says noose found in tree

"Another NASCAR racetrack and another makeshift news that officials are investigating this one in cinema California cinema Raceway president Steve page there's a piece of twine tied in what appeared to be a noose was found hanging from a tree behind a building Saturday at the track which was closed and he's asking anyone with any possible alternative explanation to come forward the cinema county sheriff is investigating the discovery came before a noose was found in the garage of NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace on Sunday at Talladega superspeedway in Alabama while this is the only full time black driver in NASCAR and was instrumental in getting the Confederate flag bandanna vents I'm Julie Walker

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NASCAR rallies around Wallace as FBI investigates noose

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:13 sec | 2 years ago

NASCAR rallies around Wallace as FBI investigates noose

"The FBI is investigating the discovery of a noose found in Alabama's Talladega superspeedway garage stall a Bubba Wallace the black drivers successfully pushed to get the Confederate flag ban from NASCAR events chucks Iverson ABC

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FBI investigating noose left in NASCAR stall of Black driver

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

FBI investigating noose left in NASCAR stall of Black driver

"Fewer than two weeks after NASCAR banned the Confederate flag from its venues federal authorities are investigating the discovery of a noose and a driver stall at Alabama's Talladega superspeedway it involves perhaps NASCAR's most legendary number remember from the forty three team discovered a news in the forty three garage the forty three cars driven by Bubba Wallace NASCAR's only black full time driver and owned by NASCAR legend Richard Petty who says he's enraged NASCAR president Steve Phelps says FBI agents were at Talladega before today's race disgruntled fans flying Confederate flags were outside the gates yesterday NASCAR has been trying to distance itself from the flag for years and Phelps says he wants whoever's responsible for the news to face justice read this type of behavior from our sport I'm sadr make ani

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FBI investigating noose left in NASCAR stall of Black driver

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

FBI investigating noose left in NASCAR stall of Black driver

"Federal authorities are investigating the discovery of a noose in the garage stall of NASCAR's only black full time driver NASCAR chief Steve Phelps says the noose was found yesterday at Talladega superspeedway in the stall of Bubba Wallace who successfully pushed NASCAR earlier this month to ban the Confederate flag from its venues obviously this is a very very serious act and we take it as such help says NASCAR called the FBI and agents were at Talladega hours before today's race it was scheduled for yesterday when fans with Confederate flags drove outside the tracks main entrance I am Sager made Donnie

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