• 00:38

    Talking in Circles: Reviewing Qualifying and the Sprint Unlimited

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    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. 

  • 00:31

    Talking in Circles: SPECIAL EDITION: Talladega Qualifying; Truck Series Race

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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?


     


     

  • 01:03

    Jeff Gordon wins the pole, in new qualifying format at 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.


     

  • 00:30

    Making Offers Online in 5 Minutes with No Money Down and No Qualifying

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    "Making Money in Real Estate When You Have No Money" with Ken Sheppard (30+ years Financing/REI) and Dana Legih (20+ years Financing/REI) will explain to you how to make money in real estate when you do not have any money. We started out this way and so can you.


    Today, we'll share how to make offers online with no money down and no credit qualifying..


    Find our podcasts on the iTunes store under "Making Money in Real Estate When You Have No Money".


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  • 00:07

    Qualifying The Prospect Is Most Important... Or Is It?

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    Take 5 minutes from your busy business day and listen to expert business advice to grow and improve your business with Howard Lewinter.


    In today's 5 Minute Business Strategy Howard talks about: For Success: Qualifying The Prospect Is Most Important... Or Is It?


    CEOs, presidents, founders, business owners across America trust Howard Lewinter's business advice to solve business problems, increase business profits and live their entrepreneurial dreams of running a successful business with less stress.


    For more business tips, follow Howard on Twitter: @HowardLewinter - or connect with Howard on LinkedIn.



     

  • 00:42

    Premier League results and Women's World Cup Qualifying

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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.

  • 00:31

    Talking in Circles: Martinsville Preview; Qualifying Changes

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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.

  • 00:45

    Qualifying Your Prospects With Predicted Outcomes

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    Every week Karlyn shares ideas, concepts and success tips with you her listeners. Karlyn has over 35 years of business success and experience in the business communuity and has a lot to offer and give, so tune in every Tuesday at 3pm PST. right her on the biztipsradio.com network on BlogTalkRadio.


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  • 00:06

    Qualifying Day at The F1 Grand Prix in Brazil, Nico Rosberg On Pole

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    Lewis Hamilton is the Formula One championship leader, but his teammate Nico Rosberg, did not let that stop him, from fighting for the championship until the final race, in Abu Dhabi.


    Rosberg beat Hamilton by the slimmest of margins 0.033 seconds, and when they took the podium, Hamilton reached out his hand to his teammate, for a congratulatory handshake. This is the 10th pole for Rosberg and the best year of his career.  Although teams do not get points for pole positions, Rosberg will be rewarded for his efforts when he receives the inaugural pole position trophy.


    For race leader Lewis Hamilton, his use of intelligence and skill helped him win the Constructors Championship for Mercedes. It also helped him out-perform his teammate by winning 10-races this season. So for Hamilton, the fight for the championship continues until he crosses the finish line on November 23, 2014.


    Interlagos has been on the race calendar since 1974 and it is the second shortest race of the season. The track was refurbished and appears to be rough on tires. According to Paul Hembrey with F1 tire supplier Pirelli, the track asphalt is oily, and if it rain, you don’t have to be an expert to know that oil and water do not mix.


    Rounding out the top five in qualifying were, Williams-Martini Felipe Massa, who is Brazilian and looking for a win at home. Fourth was Massa’s teammate Valtteri Bottas, and fifth was McLaren driver Jensen Button, expected to depart Formula 1 at the end of the season.


    Several drivers did better on the track today, than they have done most of the season. Perhaps it was to raise their standings before the end of the season, or, they may be afraid of being replaced by a younger driver, with the hunger they once had. Whatever the reasons, qualifying at the Brazilian Grand Prix has set the stage for what may be a dream, or a nightmare, for fans and driver.

  • 00:45

    Bricklayer: Indy Qualifying Review

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    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.
    Join in the fun at 347-857-2732, all callers regulars and newcomers are welcome.

  • 00:15

    Xiro Xone News F1 Sports: Russian Grand Prix Qualifying

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    Pole sitter Lewis Hamilton was a commanding presence, on the track today in Sochi during qualifying, at the Formula One Russian Grand Prix.  He was two-tenths ahead of his teammate, Nico Rosberg who secured second.


    The 53-lap street circuit with challenging twists and turns, on a purposefully built track, is in the heart of the beautiful Black Sea Resort in Sochi. The long straight before turn one is where Hamilton will likely battle with Rosberg to hold onto, first position. The other drivers also view the location as a great place to improve, their position during the race.


    Williams-Martini driver, Valtteri Bottas was third. Bottas set the fastest first and second sectors on his final run, but started to struggled towards the end of the lap and lost the rear of the car in the last corner.  As a result Bottas had to settle for third on the grid, with Jenson Button taking his best dry qualifying of the year in fourth.


    Russian driver Daniil Kvyat for Toro Rosso, was excited to race at his home circuit. He made an impressive showing by securing 5th position, the best qualifying result of his career.   


    Disappointed, was Daniel Ricciardo in 7th who had a bit of a problem with the grip, of the new track stating, “It was hard to read the grip.”  His Red Bull teammate Sebastian Vettel in eleventh position was not satisfied with the rear of the car while taking corners. He said, “The car felt nervous”.


    Force India continues to work hard for points. Team Principal Vijay Mallya said “the penalty against Nico Hulkenberg was unfortunate and strategy options will be limited on a track where overtaking appears difficult.”  At the end of the day, the teams learned quite a bit from qualifying on the new track.


     


     

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