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Mike and Kevin Beckett discussing the 2 major tire wear problems and 3 major handling problems
On today's episode we talk about a sad anniversary in NASCAR.
After that we'll review the STP 500 @ Martinsville Speedway. Denny Hamlin gives Toyota their first win since Talladega last season. We need more short tracks. What a fun race. We'll give our attaboy/girls and our disappointments.
Also, the big story of the week is the P5 penalty for the #31 team for Richard Childress Racing. Crew chief, Luke Lambert has been suspended for six races, and placed on probation through December 31st. Interesting take that Clayton has on this as to what RCR's next move should be; also, is it time to change the way NASCAR penalizes teams in this sport?
And our team report cards. Usually, every break in the season, we give team report cards, and today we'll give ours after the first six weeks.
Qualifying at Talladega has changed, of course, only the 457th change in qualifying. Is this the best way? Is there a better way?
Also, John Harlow from BeyondtheFlag.com will join the show to discuss multiple topics with us; and that's always a treat.
Ooh booy the second half of 2015 Grudge game has kicked into high gear!! Now the levels or classes of racing is all over the place!! Which do you prefer and which one do see you see holding up the year!!!
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THURSDAY JULY 30th on Equestrian Legacy Radio's CAMPFIRE CAFE'
We visit with the multi talented and award winning LARRY WILDER. Larry has performed over 2,000 shows on national and international stages, bringing his heart and passion for Americana music directly to his audiences. He is also a prolific songwriter, with original songs that reach into the soul of his Americana roots and connect strongly with his enthusiastic fans.
We've all had it happen...we're on the way to a show or great trail riding destination and a tire blows or the truck breaks down. Who do you call...Trailguard may be your best answer. We talk with JEFF SIMS founder and President of Trailguard to learn of the many benefits Trailguard has to offer with their 24 hour Roadside Assistance Service.
Join GARY HOLT and BOBBI JEAN BELL every Thursday at Noon CST with lively conversation and music from your favorite entertainers as well as interesting stories and information from guest in the wonderful World of Horses!
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On today's episode we'll talk about the events last weekend at Sonoma Raceway, in which Kyle Busch goes to victory lane for his 30th career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series win at the age of 30. Kyle knocks off one of the two stipulations to make this chase in 2015, and we'll discuss what he has to do to make it.
Plus our attaboys and disappointments.
Also, we'll dive into the NASCAR trying to ban the Confederate Flag at tracks, and why NASCAR needs to be careful in that decision.
We'll talk about this wonderful tire that Goodyear gave the teams this week.
Also, could there be a new addition to the 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series schedule, and why a change in the schedule will be relieving, this one has Brandon iritated.
Should NASCAR Franchise teams, and give guaranteed starting positions in the race? We'll discuss that.
And of course, we'll preview the Coke Zero 400 from the World Center of Speed, Daytona International Speedway.
On the show, we will talk to NASCAR XFinify driver Chris Buescher,who is currently in the points lead, and Jake Griffin who just announced that he will be at Eldora with the CWTS truck and Bobby Pierce will be his teammate for the race, and Devon Armstrong, front tire carrier for the 22 XFInity car and 21 Sprint Cup car for Team Penske, who will chat about the NASCAR substance abuse policy and his season so far. We will have a round table to give our predictions for Sonoma this weekend with Cup and talk about the latest NASCAR news. See you 7-8pmEST for the fastest show on the radio!
Akbar Gbajabiamila is host of NBC’s heart-racing obstacle course competition series “American Ninja Warrior.” The Southern California native has parlayed a five-year stint in the National Football League into a career in television as a host and actor. American Ninja Warrior airs Monday nights 8pm on NBC
AMERICAN NINJA WARRIOR TRAVELS TO UNIVERSAL ORLANDO RESORT FOR THE NEXT CITY QUALIFYING ROUND (June 22, 2015) - Orlando, Florida is the next stop for competitors to give it their all on the “American Ninja Warrior” obstacle course, this time from the grounds of the Universal Orlando Resort. There they will face several new obstacles, including the Paddle Boards and Tire Swing. Veteran competitors, including pro-wakeboarder Sean Murray, William “Spartan” Brown and rivals Flip Rodriguez & Drew Dreschel, return. Competitors will vie for a chance to win a cash prize of $1,000,000 and the title "American Ninja Warrior." Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbajabiamila hosts as Kristine Leahy co-hosts.
Brad "The Bullet" Baker won the AMA Pro Flat Track Hagerstown 1/2 Mile National in 2013. The track is perfectly suited for the Harley-Davidson XR750 and Brad's riding style. We talk to the 2013 Grand National Champion about that plus the Harley-Davidson Flat Track at ESPN X-Games Austin!
Brandon Cretu has competed in the Isle of Man TT 7 times. In our quest to learn more about the highly technical and extremely dangerous event, we will discuss all aspects of the TT with Brandon plus the Macau GP and much more in this special edition of Talking Motorcycles powered by SOZO!
Special Thanks to: Crosley Radio, the Harley-Davidson Motor Company, Dunlop Tire, Bell Powersports, Motorcycle-Superstore and NextMotoChampion.com!
Have you ever been driving and it rained so hard you couldn't see your way? But you realized it was more deadly to stop than to continue on; so you focused on the white lines in the road and prayed more earnestly with every roll of the tire,hoping you'd make it through to clear skies... Today's message comes to encourage you to have faith in God to make it through the rainy days! Welcome to FMSM GOSPEL NETWORK, serving God’s people with Prayer, Praise and a Prophetic Word delivered by Prophet Mary Washington (Carrollton, TX). Her messages are spiritually illuminating and always go straight to the core of bible principles. Your life will change with every message! For International Sunday School go to Pure Word for Everyday Christians on Sunday mornings at 7 am. We invite you to visit us online at www.fmsmgospelnetwork.org to check us out! Evangelism and Partnership? Feed My Sheep Ministries is bible based ministry. Our funds come from the loving gifts of those who find this ministry to be a blessing to them. If this ministry is a blessing to you please consider supporting us in the Lord's work; we thank you for your loving support. God bless you.
Despite a bit of rain, it was a great day in Canada for two-time world champion Lewis Hamilton on Saturday during the Formula One Grand Prix Du Canada, qualifying session. It was Hamilton’s 44th career pole position, which is the number he wears on his helmet and displays on his car. Since the start of the 2015 season, Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton has been on pole for 6 out of seven races. He won four races, came in second for two, and came in third, for the heart breaking Monaco race where he was set to win until, his team strategist called him in to pit for what some say, was an un-needed tire change in the last few laps. The move allowed his Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg, to win the race. Hamilton was disappointed but later said, “He prefers to look forward.”
Qualifying second was Nico Rosberg, and third was Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen. The man, who put Williams-Martini back on the map, Valtteri Bottas, qualified fourth. Both Lotus drivers Romain Grosjean, and Pastor Maldonado, qualified fifth and sixth. Force India drivers, Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez 7th and 10th. Although Red Bull continues to struggle with the car, both drivers Daniel Ricciardo and Daniil Kvyat made the top ten.
For the first time since the start of the season, Ferrari’s other driver and four-time champion Sebastian Vettel failed to get past Q1. McLaren-Honda had celebrity actor Michael Douglas in their camp, but they did not have Jenson Button out on the track for qualifying due to, an ERS-related failure in the last practice session on Friday. Because he will be using his fifth engine for the year, the young rookie Dutchman, Max Verstappen, driver for Toro Rosso, will suffer a 10-place grid penalty, making him start 15th.
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