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Reviewing last night's Sprint Showdown from the Charlotte Motor Speedway. Clint Bowyer advances, with A.J. Allmendinger. Josh Wise wins the Sprint Fan Vote and will race tonight in the Sprint All-Star Race. This will also be a preview for tonight's Sprint All-Star Race.
Also, what some broadcasters had to say about Wise's sponsor, reddit.com stepping up and helping him win the Fan Vote.
Also, the NASCAR CAmping World Truck Series race. Kyle Busch goes to victory lane. Points... Owner's points
This morning on Wake Up Knoxville I will be reviewing the latest city council meeting. The council met last Monday evening at 615 and I will be play most of the meeting as well as review how the meeting went.
This is your chance to give me your input. Once you listen to the meeting, I will be looking for your feedback. Whether you email me during the show or after you listen in the archives, please email me: email@example.com
Tune in this morning at 7, for Wake Up Knoxville
Reviewing the two $2,500 to Win Events at Batesville Motor Speedway and Weekly Racing Series Action.
Reviewing Shrine Game practices from St Petersburg, Florida the past three days as well as previewing next weeks Senior Bowl. That and all the breaking news surrounding the 2014 NFL Draft.
On tonight's episode we'll discuss today's race, a day late, from the Daytona International Speedway; the Coke Zero 283, it became because of rain.
Aric Almirola, from Richard Petty Motorsports puts the number 43 car in victory lane for the first time since 1999 with a win today in Daytona. First time a Richard Petty owned car went to the winner's circle in Daytona since 1981.
It was rained shortened. Almirola wins his first career race, and puts himself in contention for the 2014 chase for the Sprint Cup. Is he worthy? Because the race is rain shortened, does it take something away from Almirola? Does he have a shot at this championship?
We'll discuss the race. Two major accidents, one early, and one later took out about 32 cars out of contention for the win. We'll talk about what we thought about the racing, and if we thought it was exciting.
Also, we'll talk about Barney Hall, stepping down from the broadcast booth at MRN radio, as the 84 year old broadcaster goes into semi-retirement. Barney's been the voice of MRN since before anyone can remember. The guys will talk about some of the times spent with Barney Hall bringing them the race.
Also, the State of Our Sport Speech, Brian France talked to the media before the original start time of the race on Saturday evening. We'll talk about whether or not we thought it was good.
Reviewing the Weekend of 3/22/2014
Previewing the Opening Weekend of Weekly Racing Points
Dingus Griffin - CPSLMS Winner at Talladega
Mitch McCarter - Owner/Promoter 411 Motor Speedway
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The New England Patriots kicked off organized team activities this week and the Patriots Beat team has you covered. We will be looking at the Patriots roster as a whole. Did they do enough in the offseason to win another Super Bowl?
The draft is over and the Patriots team is taking shape. Is there enough depth at linebacker and the tight end position. Do the Patriots need a healthy Rob Gronkowski to win it all?
We take a look at the running back position where returning players Stevan Ridley, Brandon Bolden, and Shane Vereen all entere thier final contract year. They are joined by rookie forth round pick James White and undrafted free agents Stephen Houston and Roy Finch.
We will also touch base on Ty Law and the Patriots Hall-of-Fame
As we look into the future of the New England Patriots has their past success set them up for a bright future or a fall.
Call into the Studio 347-215-7771.
In this episode Andy and I review two books. Andy reviews "The Closing of the Muslim Mind: How Intellectual Suicide Created the Modern Islamist Crisis" by Robert Reilly, and I review "Soft-Wired" by Michael Merzenich. Seemingly incompatible, there is a common denominator embedded in the premise of the core message the books provide.
Tune in to find out what is important about these books and why should one pay attention to them.
May you have a value-driven day!
In this episode of Talking in Circles, Brandon and Clayton discuss the NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Talladega in further detail. We hightlight our attaboys, and the racing we saw in the race. We'll also discuss the controversey that took place at the end of that race and whether or not they were tandem drafting.
Also on the show, we'll have WorldMotorsports101.com journalist, Mark Eddinger come on the show. He'll discuss with us Juan Pablo Montoya running races for Team Penske in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. Mark will talk with us and see if this is going to affect Montoya's season in IRL. Also, we'll discuss with him what he thinks this means for Montoya. Why did he say yes, and does he think there's a future in NASCAR still for Juan. Also, Kurt Busch will be pulling the Memorial Day Double as he runs the Indianpolis 500 and the Coca-Cola 600 in the same day. How will Kurt fair? And does he think more drivers to do this? Will this affect Kurt more than it would a Juan Pablo Montoya? Will Kurt do this next year? And we'll also get Mark's opinions on the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Talladega this weekend, and what he thought of the finish that didn't sit well with fans.
Also, Dale Earnhardt, Jr. is getting a new sponsor in 2015. It's a competing sponsor with a teammate. What will this mean for Farmer's Insurance and Kasey Kahne? And how does Nationwide's move change things at Roush Fenway Racing and in the Nationwide Series? What does this move say about those things? Also, Camping World has reupped in the Truck Series through 2022, a big deal for the truck series.
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