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Fat Guy in Spandex is a middle-aged, over educated, under employed, overweight, white guy who loves hockey, NASCAR and dumb-ass, quirky comedy. On his podcast, he pontificates about all things associated with a lazy life, sex, sports and much, much more.
Today’s episode looks at: NASCAR's new Knock-Out Qualifying and the Daytona 500 and Clint Boyer. Get the Fat Guy's take on Clint Boyer's frustrations and being a fan of the fastest sport on Earth.
It was a fascinating day in Bahrain during Formula One Qualifying. Mercedes champion and current master of the universe in Formula One, Lewis Hamilton did not disappoint as he easily cruised into pole position. In four races, Hamilton has been on pole four times for a total of 42, which places him 4th on all times list of pole sitters.
Following Hamilton was Sebastian Vettel, Nico Rosberg, Kimi Raikkonen, and Valtteri Bottas. Two top drivers will dominate the front row on race day and fans will be in for a blockbuster. Bottas Williams-Martini teammate Felipe Massa qualified 6th and Red Bull Daniel Ricciardo 7th. Carlos Sainz Jr. with Toro Rosso and Romain Grosjean with Lotus were, 9th and 10th respectively.
As we last reported, the thorn in the side of the powerful Mercedes team will be, and is, the new and improved Ferrari team with former Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen.
Sahara Force India’s Nico Hulkenberg qualified 8th and Sergio Perez 11th. Unfortunately for the McLaren-Honda team, Fernando Alonso made a gallant effort but was held at 14th, and Jenson Button’s car appeared to have some electrical issues preventing him from making it into Q3. Red Bull Daniil Kvyat rolled into a sand trap at P3 and failed to make it past Q1.
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On tonight's show we talk about today's qualifying for the Geico 500; or the lack there of it. It was a MADHOUSE which lead to Ricky Stenhouse, Jr, Joe Nemechek, and Justin Allgaier missing the race. Terry Labonte in his final start will roll off 9th. And Brian Vickers is on the pole.
We'll break down qualifying and see if Clayton was right about qualifing on our Wednesday show. And what can NASCAR do to fix this?
Also, we'll break down the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race today in Talladega as well. Timothy Peters goes to victory lane in his Red Horse Racing Toyota Tundra, but that also was a crazy race, and is it a preview of what we will see tomorrow?
On this episode of Talking in Circles we talk about another disaster of a qualifying session, and we'll review it. We'll decide who is in, and who really needs to push it in their duel race.
The front row, takes the back seat to a disasterous qualifying format, is that really good for the sport?
Also, Brandon has a theory to possibly fix this current format. If this is the system NASCAR wants to keep, then so be it, but it absolutely needs tweaking. And maybe this idea will be the best one of all.
Also, last night was the Sprint Unlimited, where Matt Kenseth went to victory lane. It was a crazy race, with a lot of cautions, and we'll talk about what this may mean for Sunday's Daytona 500.
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In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will talk some NASCAR, NBA All-Star Game, Milwaukee Bucks, and some other intersting sports topics. Jeff Gordan has decided to turn off the ignition, after this season. In his last Daytona 500, he caputered the poll. This is nothing new, in his storied career. However, this year the Indy 500 had a different qualifying format. Prior to this year, it was a single car qualifying, in which the fatest times qualified. This year that had mini races, to set the field. Many drivers were not happy with the new format.
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In today's 5 Minute Business Strategy Howard talks about: For Success: Qualifying The Prospect Is Most Important... Or Is It?
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In this episode of Soccer Saavy, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, sponsored by Subway of Latrobe, Troy Otradovec and Mike Murphy are joined by Kevin Cunningham. The boys will be talking about the latest news in the Premier League, and then turn the second half, of the show, over to Women's World Cup Qualifying. Chelsea holds a four point lead over Southhampton (23-19), after nine games. Manchester City and West Ham, are third and fourth; respectively (17;16). Three teams from the CONCACAF have qualified; United States, Costa Rica, and Mexico. Fasten your seat belts and put your foot on the gas, we are talking soccer across the pond, and Women's World Cup. Listen in live; or give us a call on your thoughts about the Women's World Cup.
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On tonight's episode of Talking in Circles, we discuss the changes taking place in qualifying in the Xfinity/Nationwide Series for 2015 and the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series as well. The top-25/30 rule is now gone ,and qualifying will be similar to that of the Sprint Cup Series. We'll talk about whether or not this is a good move for these series, and the other things that will go into these changes as well.
Stewart-Haas Racing will make a crew chief swap between the number 10 and the number 41 teams. Tony Gibson, current crew chief of Danica Patrick will be moving to Kurt Busch following this weekend's race in Martinsville. Daniel Knost, Kurt Busch's current cc will move to the 10 of Danica as well. We'll discuss what this means for both drivers, and Stewart-Haas Racing as a whole.
Penalties we NOT handed down Tuesday as we all originally thought, with the number 31 team at Richard Childress Racing and driver Ryan Newman. It was sort of strange from the beginning as Newman's team didn't really have a reason to cheat, but still got caught with an infraction. We'll talk about why the team wasn't handed a penalty, and how much of a relief this is for RCR.
Cheez-It has resigned with Roush Fenway Racing and will sponsor the number 16 car with Greg Biffle in 2015. Roush has sold a lot of sponsorship so far, and we'll discuss how important that is for their team.
Also, as always on our Wednesday show, we have this week in NASCAR history as we once again go back 25 years, to October 22, 1989 as Mark Martin wins his first career race for Roush Racing, and it was the first win for Roush as a team owner as well. We'll discuss the siginifcane of this win, and how it propelled Roush.
Also, our picks to make it through this round of the chase, and into the Championship race at Homestead.
The field is set for the 97th running of the Indianapolis 500, and Matt Embury is here to review all the action of another pole day battle that will not be forgotten. Relive all the highlights from hometown hero Ed Carpenter's popular pole position win, Carlos Munoz and AJ Allmendinger impressive debuts, and Katherine Legge's amazing one hour surge to the final qualifying spot.
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