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"warner trophy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"In history happy ended up with other speedway 63 thousands of a second as Sam Hornish Jr as beating Marco Andretti. The voice of the 500 Paul Page says he was stunned by the finish in 2006. I was doing a drag race when Sam Hornish in Marco Went to the line and In doing the drag racing. You lay down for a few minutes once the action is, but then the action stops. So the TV people were kind enough to put a little monitor down on the floor so I could keep track of the live coverage of Indy. And I'm waiting for us to go live again and I'm waiting and waiting, and they get on the last lap in the last I saw before I had to start announcing for the drag racing Woz, the two of them side by side on the back stretch, but I thought Marco definitely had the position. And I can't tell you how shocked I was later. Theo. So, Marco. I forgot to raise no, so set him ready. Think it's kind of be there's something in the water out there. As we mentioned at the top of the show, 78 drivers have finished second in the Indianapolis 500. Some of them were thrilled with what ended up being there top finish in the greatest spectacle in racing, but young Marco Andretti summed up the other side of the coin on May 28th 2006. Huh? It goes, I guess the end Ready Luck because seconds nothing. Here next on the heroes of the 500 of popular driver has three shots of the Borg Warner trophy in five years.
"warner trophy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Have a facility there on B B. I'm honored to go back into another media tour. Takuma, Like you said. It was really phenomenal and just the reaction from people with amazing and we're so honored to be a part of that. Ward Ward has been around for a while, Of course, the official turbocharger of the car's Siri's, and every one of these machines is helped by the Fox aboard one. That's how big is that for the company. Oh, it's huge. Everybody you know, really has a sense of pride associated with that, not only the trophy but also with the terrible charges like you said, And it's something they are all of our associates all around the world. Just Really take great pride in that photo with the board want to rethink Borg Warner Trophy? All the employees get a big kick out of that, as I know you did today. Congratulations. You had fun. I did Thanks so much. Michelle Collins, director of marketing and public relations for board Water again. The celebration continues here. Takuma Sato wins again at Speedway is complete Hearing for the top five. Rob house is just a new garden. Yeah, I'll get Joseph Man. You look like you had a pretty song hot rod today. You did a lot of passing out there. End up P five. Give me your thoughts overall of the day. Eyes a disappointing day, for sure. You know, I think our Shelby power car was fast. I mean, it was really good. We're kind of taking our time. My boys in the pits were amazing. I mean, I made spots every stop. We're in position there at the end were absolutely in position came in with Sada. We probably should have gone a lot longer. I think we had a telemetry issue Go down, which you know, not the boy's fault. We should've gone one last longer. And then we're just handcuffed in the end. I mean, I think everyone was going flat out and we were sitting with Two hands tied behind her back on that final stand, just tryingto worked on handcuff ourselves really proud of everybody. I think team Chevy.
"warner trophy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"To Kristen Ery Kristen Eri. What is the word weatherwise where you are? It is raining now. Here in turn for it is starting to come down. People are putting their ponchos and guys it is starting to come down with some power. So I would say that will be it. And you're right, Frankie. It is raining hard now, I would say that will lock it up. Grant eating at a point. So I had don't understand on my radio and and I think you lived in bones broke. He had his buddy lived in Brownsburg, and they're having a barbecue or someone on DH. He came on the radio at one point and said to me, the race has been stopped once already, and he said to me, OK, mate, the reins and Brownsburg and, you know, we just gotta hold on here. And I'm thinking, Brownsburg. I had to go get my Joe Graffiti left on the Indianapolis That we had another couple of restarts managed to keep the lead. I think Dixon was second to those restart. So I haven't told him off, which is no easy thing and then and then another yellow and said something like you handsome Marchal flip from the backstretch, Ondas Look, the rain is literally four blocks away, and then it came and then we're going to get this thing right into the finish line because it was raining so hard and that the car did not even it peace cars, But I couldn't But with the pace car, so I just wanted to get the finish line and none of that. Dario Frankie was now and Indianapolis 500 winner, joining his hero Jim Clark on the Borg Warner Trophy. There's a remarkable photo of Frankie taking the day after his 2007 victory of the Scottish driver looking at his hero's likeness on the trophy. Ah, moment immortalized forever a days to tell me that was just the world with nature of one of the 500 some of us to do with the fact that my Scottish friends till seven o'clock that morning, and that was I think that picture was taken about 7 45, a man, but the Realization. I think that was the thing that I would look to the trophy before, but never never got too cool. So I was never one for looking trophies before you'd won them on. T actually sit and study their faces and see Kim's just just called Jim's likeness on the trophy. That was that was That was the moment they call. Um, you know, I spent a lot of time now studying the truth in spite of his force down enough that the Borg Warner guys and Steve Chunk brought Run to the house in You just had one. Then you where I live on DH. It stayed the night, which is pretty cool. So I got to spend the whole day. Playing with it on DH is incredible that that big trophy just that means the world to me after winning the Indianapolis 500 the rest of Frankie's 2007 season. Was literally up and down. He won the pole in Michigan on Ly to get caught up in an accident, not.
"warner trophy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Grab the headlines for his dramatic spin and eventual win. Andretti went on to a second place finish that was only possible due to his split second maneuver to miss the spending Sullivan Drive with Danny's song of the Wind and spend thing I didn't wish anything bad on them. I just was hoping they would just nicked the wing a little bit on the wall. You know, then I probably would have won, and I think that Best thing about that is that he was out of sequence. So even though you when he went by me if you would have spawn, I still would have had some sort of an advantage because of pit stops, and in a suit is that he brought the yellow body brought everything and sequence to himself. So you he's funny, give himself a big benefit all the way around and So I want up losing them. For his part, Sullivan says beating and ready in 1985 was a tremendous achievement, although and ready didn't appreciate it very much at the time. He didn't take that particularly well, You know my 01 in the of course, the one time and you know there was a guy that wouldn't want multiple times, you know, and just never did, And he had a good car. He had a great car that day, and, you know, he was obviously quick and it looked like it was his race. And then when I spawned it should have been his race. Um and You know, came back and passing. So hey, hey, hey, was he wasn't really I don't think he was so much upset with me per se, just frustrated that he didn't win it when he had such a good chance. Um, you know for a second for a second. When s so He was pretty quiet about that. Two years later, it appeared and ready was finally going to get his long awaited second Borg Warner Trophy. And ready put his new low on the pole, winning the prize for the first time with the Brickyard since 1967 During the race, he was dominant, leading an astounding 170 of the 1st 177 laps. But just after crossing the start, finish line disaster struck Mario Andretti slowing down.
"warner trophy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Georgetown. What? Yeah, that that's the That's an interesting thing there because you say, if if you look at the records On on. I don't know exactly what the punchline would be here, but For nine straight races, and it wasn't nine straight years because the warrior's coming in But for nine straight races between 36 48 he was in the top four. And it's It's it's a 2nd 4/3 and 4/4 A consecutive, but but not necessarily in that order. But then when you when you, uh golly, how many times with the top 49 times how many times over the top three Five times because we did we did a thing actually did a block a little while ago and we were looking at drivers that the drivers with the bass records that had run in five races or more. And then I thought, Well, you got guys that have been the top 35 times and Ted Horn was the only guy that was in the top 35 times and never won. However, how many times the definition of the top two once another contemporary of Horn was the great Rex Mays, one of the superstars of the 19 forties. Maze was a picture on the front roll, but was one position away from landing on the Borg Warner Trophy. I was thinking, Ah, probably That if you would have say who were the the greatest, who were the most deserving winners that didn't win? I'm not too sure that I wouldn't put Rex Mays first. Ah, with all the respect of the other guys, and I think a lot of people would as well. And the fact that he He led so many I mean, he was He was young. Uh and handsome and very outgoing. So, I mean, he was a He was a An easy hero. Because he's 22 23 24 years old on DH running, you know, leading the thing. But he ended up Iran in 12 races. Any lead nine. Box. The latest, which he ever lead was slapped 99. He never lad a single lap in the second half, but that was because he I had a problem, You know, either blew up or or or, you know, lost time getting a problem fixed. He started from there It was on the poll four times. And I know that doesn't sound like much now. But back then that was a big deal on the front row seven times. And then in in In 40 he second behind Will Bashar and I don't know that there was any You know, we didn't have to make like a lengthy pit stop, I think sure you know clearly won the race. But with May 2nd and being so popular And then he comes back. The next year to finish second again to the Floyd Day was more heroes combination. And so when you you know, when you look at that, well, golly Harry Hearts were 2nd 3 times and didn't win. This guy would only twice but again, I think, even to this day if you give it to the historians Many of them would put Rex Mays right at the top Still to come. The Tinley Park expressed pioneers the ride share program on the way to his best finish at the Brickyard and the Clown Prince of Racing just misses the top spot in one of the great duels and speedway history. This is heroes of the 502nd 1 on 93. W IBC TILLY CATS A story is not whether or not you take Jackie Florrick Quinn. I don't care, baby as long as you don't force me to take a CZ long as you don't tell me I'm not allowed to take. We're cool, but.
"warner trophy" Discussed on Diabetes Health in The News Podcast
"The science has evolved of flooding meditation. Then my treatment has evolved as well. I worked very closely with by healthcare. I'm a huge proponent. That diabetes is a team. Sport breaks a full team to successfully manage diabetes when it comes down to medical professionals for sure by chronology Dr Peters Diabetes Educator Donna. Working with the nutritionist. My exercise physiologist integrated that. But it's also my team at home. It's it's my wife. My parents my sister. My friends that I'm having a hard day on burned out. They're the ones that support me healthy and encourage me Even people the diabetes community are the people that understand what I what I go through every day and sometimes reaching out to ban and just talking through challenges they faced or how things have gone really well for the last couple of weeks Is I think that's an important part of vantage get talked about Managing Diabetes exported working within that team to continue to ask questions about what infringer available. What injection method allergies are out there? how how things worked for me? It find having problems if I have an issue with by JAB activity. Is someone else they that overcome that. I think that that dialogue is really important to keep getting better lie. I think families are really important component. My former husband is a type. One of forty four years and doesn't have any diabetes complications. And we're really good friends and I was meeting recently. Were talking about blood. Sugars new said. Don't you remember you know? We got married in her late twenties. I don't remember every time my blood sugar was high said. Don't worry it's GonNa come down and it really made a difference and I said I really said that he's like yeah and it helped so I really. It's interesting because even for me I you know having these conversations you forget that how important your family is. Because it's easy are they're that first line of support and and sometime. I definitely kill badly. That has to get the deal with my Mood swing by blood. Sugar Swing sometime and the Beeping of my my desk com g six bedside table in the middle of the night those sorts of things. I feel badly that when she's trying to sleep and especially at the moment she's pregnant and where Trying to make sure she gets arrest. And sometimes especially if I'm hovering around and alarm blood sugar and I've a glowing above the flow it It doesn't always wake me up because I I hear it. I understand by punchers. Okay right around that alarm number. I'm fine but it definitely wakes her up. I feel badly about. I think you know as you were saying. Family's really important but also diabetes is a family disease you know. Everyone learned to participate. I know for me when I got involved with my former husband. I was really impressed. The way he manages diabetes. He really was proactive. He wasn't embarrassed about it. And the way he modeled. It was the way I expected everyone to being than later when I start working in the industry I realized that not. Everyone's like that so modeling that in having the support and having your family support you know rather than publicly shaming you for example some people write me and say hey you know i. I dated someone and they tested their blood sugar at the table. Unite isn't that improper knows like I said No. It's not so so I think that's I think to me that's one of the great things about having worked with the race with influence program for the last twelve years is being able to green diabetes into the light a little bit too to kind of remove some of those stigmas that people talk about And I can't remember who it was. It was another notice patient lassiter and he was talking about. How is his grandmother had diabetes and and they didn't talk about it they said. Oh she she's got the sugar just kind of it was. It was just kind of a nord or almost minimized and now the conversation around diabetes has changed part of it is the growth of the the community wants. Take Two's And access all right access and communication. I think social media podcast boggs. Online interaction has really allowed the conversation within the diabetes community to to remove that stick by to to make it more of a interactive dialogue with all of the stakeholders within the the disease state from. You know medication. Companies to healthcare professionals to patients to advocates to passengers. There's there's there's this great continuing to grow as low energy of bow the conversation and and the future And then something that you know being involved with no one can being part grace within flip program. I think my rookie year in Indycar in twenty eleven in fact couple years before that has been a lot of fun to be part of and does the new team that you're racing with is something that they're learning about also taken it upon themselves. They know the difference between type one type two or do you feel a responsibility to them with that. Like oh it's funny. You say a responsibility to educate I think I see it as an opportunity to you educate The new team for me. It's really exciting on a professional level to raise for somebody like Aj four Aj for history with indycar racing thing within the Indianapolis Motor speedway general as a driver. He's one all over the world. Some of US psychotic races out there and touch was the first four time winner of the Indianapolis five hundred. That's pretty rarified. Air and he has his face on the Warner Trophy. Times fighting it out with five hundred in five different decades and you talk about that and how challenging it is to just make indy five hundred not only did he make it in five different decades. But then he went on to win it four times so his history as a driver. Is it Tommy? The whole team and a culture of the team the being able to to learn from him and and work with their team at at in the card every car race. This year is pretty exciting. I think it's it's early days within by awareness and education campaign within the the race team but there are a couple of team members mechanics team managers. But I've worked with at previous rates. So they're pretty aware and they're really excited to to continue to learn and and learn about the race with programming. Will THAT BE TRUMP? Let let me ask you with the decks COM G. Sex.
"warner trophy" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"NASA and can lead to scarring, and risk of liver cancer treatment includes weight loss, and diabetes control Charles, Snyder, new washing Michigan state police say that a trooper found eighty hydrated six month old baby at a motel in the western part of the state in the same room with her dead. Parents would TV reported that a cause of death wasn't immediately clear, and it may take weeks until toxicology results are in the trooper discovered the bodies Friday at the roadway near white ball after responding to a request for a well being check, authorities say the baby girl named Skyla could have been alone for three days. News and analysis at townhall dot com. Nasa has launched the final stage of a four year effort to develop a national traffic management system for drone the space agency is testing. Drones in cities beyond the operators line of sight, as businesses look to unleash the unmanned devices in droves above busy streets and buildings multiple drums took to the air at the same time above downtown Reno last week, a series of simulations testing emerging technology that will one day be used to manage hundreds of thousands of small unmanned, commercial aircraft rich Thomasson reporting Simon Padua arrived at Indianapolis Motor Speedway this month with his job on the line, and rumors, swirling around gasoline alley that Alexander Rossi could soon replace him at Team Penske, while the Frenchman is leaving with a pair of wins his face soon to be engraved on the board Warner trophy as the Indy five hundred champion. More on these stories at townhall dot com. I'm Gordon Griffin. Dr Sebastian Gorka, likes when the president stands up for himself is calling on all the people in his stuff who are in the room with Nancy just to prove how much of sin about what she said about the president. Get don't allow that lies to fast, the growth you crush America, first with Dr Sebastian Gorka, weekdays at one right before Larry elder at three on eight sixty AM theater..
"warner trophy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The closest is in history? Pammy. Sixty three thousands of a second as Sam Hornish jR has beaten Markowitz ready? The voice of the five hundred pole page has he was stunned. But the finish in two thousand six I was doing a drag race when Sam Hornish and Marco went to the line and in doing the drag racing you lay down for a few minutes. What's the action is? But then the action stops. So the TV people were kind enough, put a little monitor down on the floor. So I could keep track of the live coverage of energy, and I'm waiting for us to go live again. I'm waiting and waiting and they get on the last lap. And the last I saw before I had to start announcing for the drag racing was the two of them side by side on the backstretch. But I thought Marco definitely had the position and I can't tell you how shocked I was later too much. So Marco, right. No set Andretti thing it's gotta be something in the water out there as we mentioned at the. Top of the show. Seventy four drivers finished second. At the apple is five hundred. Some of them were thrilled with what ended up being their top finish in the greatest spectacle in racing. But young Marco Andretti summed up the other side of the coin on may twenty eighth two thousand six. It goes, I guess the Andretti luck because seconds, nothing next on the heroes of the five hundred popular driver has three shots at the board Warner trophy in five years. Checkered. Just a few a second. Finnish history..
"warner trophy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Andretti was going to grab the Borg Warner trophy as a rookie and set a record as the events youngest winner. But that dream was going to be ripped away from the teenager just yards from the finish out of the world's race. Course. Ready to away from winning. Five hundred. Wind in his day. Way down the. The state. When you're ready. He was. Or here's a Finnish shake. Freddie. One hundred Sam. One hundred finish. Perhaps, what are the closest is in history? Pammy. Sixty three thousands of a second as Sam Hornish jR has beaten Markowitz ready? The voice of the five hundred pole page has he was stunned. But the finish in two thousand six I was doing a drag race when Sam Hornish and Marco went to the line.
"warner trophy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Pressed on. But just twenty three laps after setting the fastest lap of the day, the second generation star sought all in rattle, but it does appear that Michael is controlling the pace running just a fast as he needs to about two hundred twenty one hour and Larry down. Michael. Coming down. Heading. To help lead that distance and then have it all taken away from you. And then the other thing is that, that Michael, you know, you get who you see. And if he's disappointed. He's not he can't hide that people are critical for the way that people handle themselves into fate, but he was to Steph or stated, you could see that, that Rin racing. Reporter, Robin Miller. And he almost had a two left leading ninety two almost to lead. So just the Andretti curse. I think it goes back to Clint bronner's wife when they when they left, when, when Mario broader and went with McGee Clinton White put a curse home today. An Andretti will never win the Indy five hundred again. Michael andretti? Would eventually win the five hundred as a car owner, but there are many things you consider it, heartbreaking, that a man whose total apps lead, or more than fifty eight of the sixty nine driver. She's faces appear in the Borg Warner trophy isn't on the famous award himself. Coming up next another heartbreak for the Andretti family in the final few yards. Here's a finish..
"warner trophy" Discussed on NASCAR America
"Out of steering ahead to the coq six hundred which which David Parker talked-about, but drivers may be maximizing their moment? Well, I think you know you heard about Alex Bowman. He is on a hot streak right here, but I go back to last week's open. Right. We had Bubba Wallace William buyer, two guys that we haven't seen at the front of some of these feels the beauty of the all-star as the field get split and they both had a moment. Right. William barring winning the stage move forward bubbles. Have that not just a women emotional? When you could see the weight on his shoulders. So why don't say their favorites for the Coca Cola six hundred? We saw Jeff Gordon get his first ever win there. We saw Casey Mears win there. We've seen the three cargo back to victory lane with Austin Dillon that race much like Indianapolis and five hundred miles Indy-Car guys, is very hard to predict six hundred miles at Charlotte makes I don't know what it is about one hundred miles. It shouldn't be that much extra AJ, you know, for me in the car, one hundred miles can make all the difference. We have seen. So I won't say odd winters but maybe some people that weren't favorites heading into the race and the victory lane. It matters extra hundred miles right Dale? I mean it definitely seems like it in your right? It just it seems like whether that racism fuel strategy, race or just, you know, we talk about the five hundred odd things happen in that race to not as much now, a stage racing because it does break it up a little bit. But you look at who was quickest and practice Daniel Hamry. I know different package, but he was really fast last week in the open really probably had the car to be it'd been interesting to see if he got in to the all star race, if they would carry that speed over. So we've seen those are CR cars be fast by themselves. Can they carry that over into a racing elation and go out there for six hundred miles, and you talk about surprise winners of that Casey Mears Daniel hammer cost would be that type of guy. I'm also going to be looking for these guys and how they hold up for six hundred miles. We solved any handling get out of the car after Dover, and he wasn't feeling very well. And there's the hot corner speeds the g force it's gonna get faster as the race goes on. Because it falls into. Tonight and the track cools down. These guys are gonna have to be dealing with the intense heat. We're gonna have on that race day. This is really going to put the drivers to test longer wide open. Throttle run wide open that car is gonna be way warmer. And that's the thing really to at Charlotte. I mean that line at some point, whether it's early in the race or late in the race it's gonna move up to the wall. And and we've seen it you just with these race cars right now. It seems like you hit the wall just a little bit. It kills the arrow so six hundred miles, whether it's physical or mental fatigue really plays in especially the last couple of hundred miles really, if you're running the top as well, because it's, it's tough that wasn't. That wasn't my thing. More DALE'S thing, it wasn't my thing. So last week at Charlotte. It was tempers this weekend, it could be temperature that becomes the biggest storyline back here in Indianapolis Motor Speedway again, media day before the Indianapolis five hundred today Indies own Ed carpenter. He grew up in the shadow of this city looks to contend for the win on Sunday. He's not the only great local story. We'll explain. Welcome back to the motorsports. Our here at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Three days away from the greatest spectacle in racing over one hundred names and faces on the board Warner trophy. Would you like fun fact? Did you know one of those names is misspelled to continue? Our coverage all weekend to know. Go I wanna know. L. You have to stick with us all weekend to find out every driver wants to be on the trophy, no one more so than Ed carpenter. Ed spoke with Kelly, stab stabber, today's media day event, as a member of the home. George family that owns Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The Indy five hundred courses through his blood perhaps, no one feels as at home here, Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Then the hometown hero himself, Ed carpenter, Ed being such an integral.
"warner trophy" Discussed on NASCAR America
"It less than seventy two hours more than three hundred thousand fans will be here at Indianapolis Motor Speedway watching, and waiting to see who will win the one hundred and third running of the Indianapolis five hundred it's part of the biggest weekend in motor sports. And you are in luck because you're in motorsports our we'll get your set for every turn right now. So back in nineteen thirty five at cost ten thousand dollars to create the board Warner trophy. It's valued today three and a half million dollars. But getting your face on it as Indy five hundred champion will bat is simply priceless. Welcome to the Brickyard, Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Racing's most famous track are peacock pit box is here. And yeah, welcome of the Brickyard this group used to saying, those words, maybe in July. September course AJ alma Dinger has raised here in the month of may. But for Steve ATar Dale Earnhardt junior and me. This is a kind of a whole new experience. But I want to start with you, Dale jR. How many Indy cars have you been in today today? I think to. I know it's crazy. I'm getting this crash. Course in what this whole experience is like I've never been to any five hundred. I don't know if you have Steve, but this is just incredible. I mean it's not race day yet in the in the culture and so energy powers car. I know they said, hey man, you want to sit in there. I can't turn that back. Then they asked me if I wanted to go ride with Mario for a couple of apps. Hey, turn that down. It's just I mean, they asked me if I want to draw the pace car, I'm just going to hang out and get more opportunities. More people come up and asked me to do stuff, because it's been cool since I. Loser. That's awesome. We're going to have more of that. You're two seater with Mario throughout our coverage this weekend. Can't leave him for a minute. Dale said this track has always been special to come in the NASCAR crowd that Brickyard four hundred 's place. Everybody wants to win, but I've never been able to experience.
"warner trophy" Discussed on WJR 760
"Welcome back to Kobo sadder and North American International auto show industry days than I am joined by and I I love the way this rolls off the tongue IndyCar champion willpower. Does that every year old? No that doesn't but Indy. Five hundred champion is fairly new to me. Yeah. Well, it's also one of those things it's kind of like the best actor Oscar. They can never take it away from you right now tell you everything that goes with the five hundred has been a lot of fun for me all the activities after winning it will including last night. So tell me what they told me about your night last night because sitting across from me, and I don't know that I can even give this description Justice to my listeners, but is is is about a fourteen inch high many replica of the legendary Borg Warner trophy. I would say right up there with Stanley Cup in terms of the most. Jaw-dropping trophies in all of sport. And you get your own mini version of it. And this is it. It's gotta weigh at least six seven pounds. Yeah. It was a real honor to receive the trophy lawsuit with Roger Penske up on stage. And you know, like, I said. Everything that comes off to just feels like a bond to the you on the five hundred it's really cool to get the get the trophy. It has a baseball with my face. Face on it Saint face. It went on the actual Bogue wanna trophy huge. What is it six foot trophy and growing at yes, growing it's got every face on a since nineteen eleven for every winning face of the Indy. Five hundred on us. It's not eleven very aquatic trophy and a very historical chronic rice to win. So have you decided where you put your your miniature version of the trophy? Yeah. I I I have an idea. I have the cop as well. Is that is what you get when you win the championship right over a whole season. So it's got to sit next to that somewhere. Maybe I'll reorganized some of the trophies. I have downstairs in the basement lighting is important. You wanna put plenty of lighting on that. Yeah. It's definitely light bounces off this real. It is beautiful you, sterling silver, and it's very shiny. And it's got a I believe that's a lady on top with the checkered flag on lady. It's not bad is it. Yeah. Well, he's very very well. What can you do with such a small figure? Yeah. Well, we were tweeting pick it out there. So you can get a look at it. Yeah. Another big milestone coming up this spring here in Detroit the thirtieth. A bell. And and I know you're going to be part of that as well duel races again. Yes may thirty-first through June. Second always an exciting time a very exotic time, obviously, it's a very important race for us. It's Chevrolets hometown of backyard. That's Raja's high talents. Russia's right. So we we have a lot of emphasis on winning that rice. It's very tough loss. Couple years. We've got some serious competition. But. Always look forward to coming here. Loved the track and. You know, they put on a great show. I really do. I mean, why is promoted the very family friendly as lots of stuff kids to do there. Obviously racing as well will. And I understand that for the first time in in the racist history. They're going to open up the paddocks to all race fans. I mean, I know you're very limited. How much interaction you can you can do because it's your office. But it's still gives you a chance for fans to see you at work up close. Yeah. I remember when I was a kid, and you went to rice, the most the thing that you enjoy the most is walking around the paddock and looking up close at the cause. And watching the Canucks work on them at the speed that they have to get them prepared between each session. So I think it's real treat for fans. And I think was a great idea they opened the pag out for everyone to be able to walk around and jewelry. These exotic Cobb in the cause of the amount of technology and equipment that got on a it's really really interesting and cool to see. Well, when you get that close to you never know what is going to inspire a young, I guess, and that kind of up close experience experiences, the kind of thing that can can make a spark. Yes, it is. Yeah. Lock say what your child is. Yeah. It just takes a little spark of something that you just you fall in love with and. Yeah, that could start the whole trip the whole journey of becoming a price. Cut driving eventually ending up in series like dicara former want or any of these top tier series. Where was that spark for you? It was when I mean, honestly as early as I can remember my dad was working we causing racing them. So I was always around the down in the garage. And I was a rat race tracks say it was always f- me. Just absolutely love for open wheel racing. Is there still with us? Have you been able to share that with him? Yes. Yup. Dad was dad wasn't at the rice brother was he obviously watched. It was over the moon. He still races 'cause self. He's still racist for forties in his seventies. And he's racing and still cycling. That is so great. And then Roger Penske who I saw this week here at the auto show setting a pace through one of the concourses that a forty year old guy would have trouble keeping and he's amazing. And he's still on the headsets with you at these rates. He is yes, he calls Ma strategies still shop as ever. Great god. I have on the radio is what a driver wants to hear because he was a driver shelf and a very good one at it's just kind of it's cool to be able to say you got to work with Roger Penske know as far as working with him as to win races. Having him actually on your crew. So that's also. Yeah. That will be something cool to be able to say, it's like the way people talk about Lombardi and football or ballot. Check and foot. Yes, willpower. We look forward to welcoming you back to Belle isle in the spring. In the meantime, and enjoy the halo that comes with being any five hundred champion. Absolutely. Thanks for having me. All right. And when we come back, we'll take a look at some of the other big events that are happening down here at Cobo and some dealings. We've got coming up. It's all ahead of the guy Gordon show. I'm schneider. Host of the Remax real.
"warner trophy" Discussed on Dari and Mel
"Carrots. Geico expect great savings and a whole lot more this morning McGee who Matt Jones mardi gonna join us at the bottom of the hour from the Belmont. Here's a good Kentucky and Ryan Montgomery right out nickelsville. Dude, a sings really fast. We're always we're presented by progressive insurance all guests, including Marty coming up here via the shell Pennzoil performance line. You can call us eight, seven to nine, three, seven, seven, six. That's eight hundred eight say ESPN by way tune in tomorrow night crosstown robbery, subway series. Mets host, Aaron. Judge in the Yankees presented by Firestone complete auto care coverage of Sunday night. Baseball begins at seven pm eastern on ESPN radio, ESPN, radio dot com. And ESPN app at eight PM on ESPN TV in the watch ESPN. Now we're talking about the best worst trophies in sports because they gave away to the biggest ones over the last couple of nights. And my boy just and Hannah said, I cannot believe him imple-. Twitter. No-one has mentioned the bunk house, stampede trophy. And he sent a picture of the American dream dusty Rhodes covered in blood and know the fixer holding the boots, right? Yes. The bunk house. Stampede was a great old Indo event and. Very good call by whatever your friends Dame, what Justin Hannah, Justin. If Justin has an aren't Anderson that's his his avatar, Twitter and he's hard? No, he's not. Oh, yeah. No, he's hardcore. Like when you go aren't Anderson you're doing. That's a level of I'm from the south. I'm old enough to remember our Anderson. I'm still making that my I respect they got. Well, my because I asked this question this all started on tour the night. I posted a picture, and I said, Stanley Cup is the second best trophy in sports. And I posted a picture a couple years ago. They took the Stanley Cup to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway instead it next to the borgwarner trophy in the borgwarner trophy made the Stanley Cup of like, you know, like a brass poten- like you just is so massive versus, but anyhow, but somebody responded, it might have been him with a picture of the the Crockett Cup. Yes, that was the old tag team tournament. The greatest tag team rest. On tournament of all time. Yeah. No, this guy, he knows his old NWEA wrestling. Let me ask you a question on that Indianapolis, five hundred thing. So like they put the people's face on it. But presumably at some point they're going to run out of space, right? So they keep going up so so the trophy was not as big, not as almost six, like five foot eight now and you know, twenty years ago, it was like five feet tall, but they go up like the way it's designed. They can go up like a like a pedestal. Yep. And they continue to add faces on, you know, they basically add a post to it on the did they do them? Did they do those phases like contemporaneous Li like so in? I mean, presumably like the old ones are much are not as good, but also do they sort of look like or they same technology from eighty years ago? No, no. Now when did they start? They start that trophies sixty seventy years old. Okay. And so so they like went back and did the other end there's there are two sets to faces because you have riding mechanics guys wrote, you got a guy that wrote in the car. He was your pit crew. What if you enter dude who wrote in the car two guys in the car. So you have a problem. You just pull over and y'all get out working on the car and then jump like Barney on the Andy when he wrote on the side or on one hundred percent. Yep. And that was the picker they would just pull over in the two of you would work on? I think we need to get back to the. I kind of like that. I want to get rid of the put people back in cars don't like AJ Foyt don't think AJ would say the exact same. I think AJ four Tonto. Something that would make me feel a lot more connection. If there was a guy just riding inside who had over and take lug nuts. Like on a trip until the person Ryan shut down, guests it up. I'm driving. I think that's what we need to get back to. Yeah. The trophy to. The Christmas story said he felt like he was in a pit crew Indy five hundred Mark in Michigan zone ally. Mark, welcome in the morning. Makita. Yeah, I I knew you would you would pick the board Warner trophy because that is the best trophy in sports. Right. And you were talking about, you know, the riding mechanic there was a story about, I don't know in the thirties where somebody's had a car parked that that broke and they went in the infield and got a spectator car and took the part and put it back on the car. There you go. Do whatever you gotta do. Right. A lot better. And and and yeah, it's it will in the the riddle, southern five hundred at the Darlington raceway. They completely were not prepared and everybody kept blowing tires because they just weren't ready for those speeds in what's stock tired. And they did that. They guys went into the infield and just started taking tires off a street cars that were parked in Anfield and sticking them on race car because they were that desperate I've won. We, we haven't mentioned that somebody said to me that I'm sure you know about which is the the trophy. They give to the NHRA people the wild, the Wally, right? And it's just a dude with the tire, right? It's Wally Wally parks, right? He was the president HR, yeah. And so then John force who's one hundred almost one hundred sixty races. You go to his race shop and they're just lined up like they have their own a continuous shelf on the wall, and it's crazy like it's looks like it's like you're in the matrix, but it's like it's just an for. People who don't sit, you can Google it. It's just a picture of an old man standing next to attire. Right. And that is like v. trophy of the entire thing. Right? Right. The Wally. There you go. You know, what's you know? What's an ugly trophy and I hate it, but it's a fact World Series trophy. It is with All Blacks. It is super fragile. I'm a years ago tomorrow. He baseball game. They had it. You could. You could touch it and due to pick second with it and it was. It was like, it's it's not pretty. Like what you said because they usually have like the white gloves? Well, the guy did not. I don't think he was crazy about that. But I felt like for like five dollars to polaroid taken with you and the trophy, and I'll put my hand on it and yeah, but, but I felt like I was going. Break. Do you like the idea if like people when people take pictures with with trophies? Oh, yeah. I've taken my picture with Stanley Cup. I've taken my picture with the Lombardi with the Subaru or the World Series trophy and borgwarner. So I got a problem clearly I have no problem with fair enough, but I guess I need gloves. Those were lags fall off like they'll go Trump's fall. Also ugly. Delta is here to help people in pursuit of their goals. And with the ease of booking travel on the fly delta app pursuing your goals has never been easier. You'll also get notifications as you go giving you peace of mind throughout your journey, Travis trip. That's his song. That's the best one. What are you doing? Ehlo any. It's morning McGee on ESPN radio and ESPN app. Mattie McGee Matt Jones. Sitting in for morning surprise a friend or loved one today. Matt with a boot k from one eight hundred flowers dot com. When you order a dozen multicolored roses phone at twenty nine ninety nine you get another dozen. Absolutely free. Go to one eight hundred flowers dot com. Slash ESPN. We're talking about best and worst trophies in sports. I got a tweet. Ross porter, his personal favorite. He sent a picture. I just re tweeted the toilet bowl, dirt modified race in Clarksville, Tennessee. And some of always standing here with a checkered flag and toboggan on in the trophy is literally a toilet that has like a graphic shrink design on it, like a purple fans. They shrink wrap the toilet shrink wrapped toilet, and congratulations. You just won the race, welcome to Clarksville to. We've forgotten the Heisman. How do we forget the Heisman, right? And then
"warner trophy" Discussed on Dari and Mel
"Geico expect great savings and whole lot more this morning McGee who Matt Jones mardi going to join us at the bottom of the hour from the Belmont. Here's a good Kentucky and Ryan Montgomery right out nickelsville. Dude, a sings really fast. Whereas always we're presented by progressive insurance all guests, including Marty coming up here via the shell Pennzoil performance line. You can call us eight eight eight, seven, two, nine, three, seven, seven, six. That's eight. Say ESPN by tune in tomorrow night cross town, robbery, subway series. Mets host, Aaron. Judge in the Yankees presented by Firestone complete auto care coverage of Sunday night. Baseball begins at seven pm eastern on ESPN radio ESPN, radio dot com. And the ESPN app in at eight PM on ESPN TV. In the watch ESPN out. We're talking about the best worst trophies in sports because they gave away two of the biggest ones over the last couple of nights. And my boy, Justin Hannah said I cannot believe him imple-. Twitter. No-one has mentioned the bunk house, stampede trophy. And he sent a picture of the American dream dusty Rhodes covered in blood and know the fixer holding the boots, right? Yes. The bunk house. Stampede was a great old in w. a. event and. Very good call by whatever your friends name, what they'll Justin, Hannah. Justin effect, Justin has an aren't Anderson. That's his his avatar, Twitter, he's hard. No, he's not. Oh, yeah. No, he's hardcore. Like when you go aren't Anderson you're doing. That's a level of I'm from the south. I'm old enough to remember our Anderson. I'm still making that my Evie. I respect that guy. Well, somebody because I asked this question this all started on tour the night. I posted a picture, and I said, Stanley Cup is the second best trophy in sports. And I posted a picture couple years ago. They took the Stanley Cup to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway instead it next to the borgwarner trophy in the Borg Warner trophy made the Stanley Cup, like, you know, like a brass poten- like it just is so massive versus, but anyhow, but somebody responded, it might have been him with a picture of the the Crockett Cup. Yes, that was the old tag team tournament. The greatest tag team wrestler. Tournament of all time. Yeah. No, this guy, he knows his old NWEA wrestling. Let me ask you a question on that Indianapolis, five hundred. So like they put the people's face on it, right? But presumably at some point they're going to run out of space, right? So they keep going up so so the trophy was not as big, not as it's almost six, five foot eight now and you know, twenty years ago, it was like five feet tall, but they go up like the way it's designed. They can go up like a like a pedestal. Yep. And they continue to add faces on, you know they buy basically at at a, you know, a post to it, did they do them? Did they do those phases like contemporaneous Li like? So. I mean, presumably like the old ones are much are not as good, but also do they sort of look like or they same technology from eighty years ago? No, no. Now when did they start? They start that trophies sixty seventy years old. Oh. Okay. And so so they like went back and did the other guy and there's there are two sets of two faces because you have riding mechanics, guys wrote, you got to gather wrote in the car. He was your pit crew. If you had it who wrote in the car two guys in the car, you have a problem. You just pull over and y'all get out working on the car and then jumping Barney on the Andy when he wrote in the side door on one hundred percent. Yep. And that was the picture they would just pull over and the two of you work on that? I think we need to get back to the. I kind of like that. I want to get rid of the put people back in cars don't like AJ Foyt AJ would say the exact same AJ forts onto something that would make me feel a lot more connection. If there was a guy just riding in the side who had over and take his love job. Job on a trip. I'm going to tell the person, Ryan shotgun, get out, guests it up. Like I'm driving like, I think that's what we need to get back to. The trophy to nice one of the Dafna Christmas story said he felt like he's in a pit crew, the Indy five hundred Mark in Michigan zone. Mark, welcome into mardi Makita. Yeah, I knew you would you would pick the board Warner trophy because that is the best trophy in sports. Right. And you were talking about, you know, the riding mechanic there was a story about, I don't know in the thirties where somebody's had a car parked that that broke and they went in the infield and got a a spectator car and took the part and put it back on the car. Yeah, there you go. Do whatever you gotta do. Right. A lot better. And and and yeah, it's the original southern five hundred at the Darlington raceway. They completely were not prepared and everybody kept blowing tires because they just weren't ready for those speeds in what's to stop tired. And they did that. They guys went into the infield and just started take in tires off a street cars that were parked in the NFL sticking them on a race car because there were that desperate. You know I've won. We. We haven't mentioned that somebody said to me that I'm sure you know about which is the the trophy. They give to the NHRA people, the Wallace, the Wally, right? And it's just a dude with a tire, right? It's Wally Wally parks, right? He was he was president HR. Yeah. And so then John force who's one hundred almost one hundred sixty races. You go to his race shop and they're just lined up like they have their own a continuous shell phone wall, and it's crazy like it's looks like looks like you're in the matrix, but it's like it's just an for. People who don't sit, you can Google it. It's just a picture of an old man standing next to a tire. Right? And that is like the trophy of the entire thing. Right, right. The Wally. There you go. You know what's an, you know, what's an ugly trophy and I hate it, but it's a fact World Series trophy. It is with All Blacks. It is super fragile. I'm a years ago tomorrow. Baseball. They had it and you could you touch it and do pick second with it and it was. It was like, it's it's not pretty. What you said because they usually have like the white gloves? Well, the guy did not. I don't think he was crazy about that. But you could you felt like for like five dollars to a polaroid taken with you and the trophy, and I'll put my hand on it and they, yeah. But I felt like it was going to testify break it. Do you like the idea if like people when people take pictures with with trophies? Oh, yeah. I, I've taken my picture with Stanley Cup. I've taken my picture with the Lombardi with the Subaru with the World Series trophy and borgwarner. So I got a problem clearly I have no problem with fair enough, but I guess I need gloves. Those were lags fall off like the Gulf Trump's fall. Also ugly, Travis trip. That's his. That's his best one TR. What are you doing? Ehlo any. It's morning McGee on ESPN radio and ESPN app. Mattie McGee Matt Jones. Sitting in for morning surprise a friend or loved one today. Matt with a bouquet from one eight hundred flowers dot com. When you order a dozen multicolored roses phone at twenty nine ninety nine you get another dozen. Absolutely free. Go to one eight hundred flowers
"warner trophy" Discussed on Marty and McGee
"Very good call by whatever your friends dame with justin hannah justin effect justin has an aren't anderson that's his his avatar twitter he's hard no he's not oh yeah no he's hardcore like when you go aren't anderson you're doing that's a level of i'm from the south i'm old enough to remember our anderson i'm still making that my heavy i respect that guy well so my because i asked this question this all started on tour tonight i posted a picture and i said stanley cup is the second best trophy in sports and i posted a picture a couple of years ago took the stanley cup to the indianapolis motor speedway instead it next to the borg warner trophy in the borg warner trophy made the stanley cup of like you know like a brass patine like you just is so massive versus but anyhow but somebody responded it might have been him with a picture of the the crockett cup yes that was the old tag team tournament the greatest tag team wrestling tournament of all time yeah no this guy he knows his old nwea wrestling let me ask you a question on that indianapolis five hundred thing so like they put the people's face on it but presumably some point they're going to run out of space right so they keep going up so so the trophy was not as big not as it's almost six like five foot eight now and you know twenty years ago it was like five feet tall but they go up like the way it's designed they can go up like like a pedestal yep and they continued to add faces on you know they buy basically at at know a post to it on did they do them did they do those phases like contemporaneous li like so.
"warner trophy" Discussed on Marty and McGee
"Today on everyone championship i i'll go i'll go one better yet and this is what i believe is the greatest trophy in sports is the borg warner trophy from the annapolis five hundred and because you don't you don't just get your name on the thing that's put your face on it that's kind of awesome you're right it is this meticulous creeps some people out like what creek i took my wife didn't five hundred last year i love getting there early in the morning and the whole processional they come and get that trophy is almost six feet tall is sterling silver in everyone is ever won the race since nineteen eleven they have their faces and it is a meticulous process now like you know willpower just won the race he already has had his face like laser scanned and they will do it now back in the day it was just by hand and it's kinda like his caricatures the mall a lot of the faces look the same it just has our name on it but that true but i love going to the museum in the morning and there's a whole processional the marching band and it's it's a ridiculous and we just heard from jeff brown on twitter by the way who said the rattler to fifty which is a short track race of the south alabama speedway there's a guy comes out there what they john rattlesnake like la rattlesnake while you get your picture taken with the trophy now that's bizarre that's what's taken it too far is what it is well let me ask you you all sort of skipped over but what about a wrestling belt like the wd i mean i know it's not really a sport i get it but that's kind of an awesome trophy to to the point that a few years back when the pistons were good rasheed wallace carried around a belt after they won the title for a year because you can carry it around and it's like hey come take this from me yeah when i think if you win the cup series race in las vegas like that's one of the things you get you get a trophy and you pose with dancing girls but then you also get a ballot it looks like a boxing yeah it looks like a championship you drink out of it.