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Life's Issues with Host Lauren Jawno and her guest Adam Dicker and Jeff Bearden:
Adam Dicker - In 2014, Adam became Domainer of the year as well as Developer of the year at T.R.A.F.F.I.C. Still thinking about the future of domaining and combining that with development and long term revenue Adam opened DNF during that same time Adam founded a new venture, Webcorp defining the future of domaining. Webcorp builds businesses on good domain names. In 2012 and 2013, Was building out on DNF College while also creating the USACordbank.com and ReputationRepair.com as businesses. In these years it dawned upon Adam that creating business could be the way to go as far as the future of domaining was concerned. He also noticed that building and maintaining these businesses took up far more time than he had available.
Jeff Bearden, known as “The Get Back on Your Feet Guy”, inspires today’s youth to get back on their feet, stand up to bullying, battle depression, and live lives free of alcohol and drugs through his motivational speaking. As a professional wrestler for over 25 years—working under the names “Giant Warrior” and “Tiger Steele”—Bearden entertained audiences all over the world, including audiences of over 75,000. Through his wrestling career, he had experiences both positive and negative that he brings to his speeches. The topics that Bearden speaks on are those that have personally affected him and people he knew from his life on the road, providing his audience with a judgment-free and relatable message. His message is as powerful as his seven-foot stature: no matter where you are in your life and no matter what cards life has dealt you, you can get back on your feet and thrive.
In this edition of Talking Motorcycles with Barry Boone we preview the legendary Springfield Mile II! Our guest lineup for this episode is epic!
Charlie Roberts and Scott Parker join us to discuss the AMA Rookies Class of 79 and Friends' involvement in the Springfield Mile II event on Labor Day weekend. They have an amazing weekend of activities planned and we hear all about it.
Jeff Gordon, of Speedway Engine Development Inc, will be calling in to discuss their high-profile win at the Don Tilley Memorial AMA Pro Grand National at Charlotte and his thoughts on the team's approach to the Springfield Mile II. As engine builder, Jeff works closely with Rick Howerton on the Howerton Motorsports/Villa-Esparza/Crosley Radio Kawasaki ridden by National #42 Bryan Smith.
Jared Mees retains the point lead by a narrow six-point margin over Bryan Smith following his disappointing DNF at Charlotte. It was a near mirror image of the results from Harley-Davidson Flat Track at ESPN X-Games Austin. Chasing down Bryan Smith there was a shower of sparks from the tailpipe of the Las Vegas HD/Rogers Racing XR750 ending his race one lap short of completition. Now as the team approaches the Springfield Mile II and the balance of the season, what shall be his strategy? The reigning 2014 AMA Pro GNC1 champion joins us LIVE on the show!
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Everyone who plans on running a marathon has one underlying goal… to finish the race. Join us as our host Richard Diaz and renowned coach and author Matt Fitzgerald discuss how to avoid a DNF, new technology, training programs and what it takes to finish a marathon.
In the last few years with new advancements in smartphone technology and Bluetooth, there are countless “apps” that support training for just about any fitness or racing adventure. Our goal is to shed light on some of the new features available for runners, how they work and of course, how they can help you achieve your goals.
Sunday’s Formula One Grand Prix in Shanghai China was off to a great start, with champion race leader, Lewis Hamilton on pole. Fresh off the starting line behind Lewis was Rosberg and Vettel. By lap 12, the top seven on the track were Hamilton, Rosberg, Vettel, Raikkonen, Massa, Grosjean and Verstappen.
Toro Rosso’s Max Verstappen, the youngest driver in Formula One, out drove the big bad Red Bulls, until lap 54 when he suffered a DNF in what appeared to be, gearbox failure. Unfortunately, the safety car was deployed. The race was finished under the safety car with a Mercedes 1-2, lead by Lewis Hamilton who won comfortably crossed the finish line first, Rosberg second, Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen third and fourth respectively. Coming in fifth was Williams-Martini driver Felipe Massa, with teammate Valtteri Bottas close behind in sixth. A great surprise for the Lotus team when Romain Grosjean, came in seventh. The Sauber garage was quite jubilant when, both of their drivers finished in the top ten. In another star-studded podium interview, the great Olympian runner, Edwin Moses, conducted the interview with Hamilton, Vettel and Rosberg, just as Arnold Schwarzeneggar did at the Australian Grand Prix. The thorn in Mercedes side this season will be Ferrari, and the thorn in Ferrari’s side, will be Williams.
Keep it tuned to Xiro Xone F1 Sports News. Fun and Informative.
The Frat House Sports Garage is always open on a Sunday, and we’re back at our regular 11 a.m. ET hour doing all the pit work that needs to be done before race time at NASCAR’s Sprint Cup Series Race #4 at Phoenix International Raceway.
Uncle Mark, Sidekick and Brandon are joined by the editor of BehindPitRow.com, Brian Berg Jr. to chat about the Kurt Busch reinstatement; Kevin Harvick “punching-his-ticket” to The Chase with his win at Las Vegas; don’t look now but Jeff Gordon’s got two DNF’s in three races; Tony Stewart complained about the new “rules package” BUT HIS teammate won – anything to it?; and, NASCAR needs new Cup sponsorship.
Frat House Mike brings an NHRA report – Sidekick’s got his Fantasy picks sure to succeed; the Frat House Gang’s Eat-My-Dust Picks? Well, it’s getting competitive and the trash is flying, and a whole bunch of other shenanigans is planned so . . . as usual, they've got the coffee. You bring the donuts and bring enough for the guys parked right now over in the Frat House Sports Garage . . . oh, and be sure to give them a call at 347 - 826 - 9964!
Hey guys! Today I'm sharing a few of the books that I just could not get myself to finish (DNF=Did Not Finish).
What books have you had trouble finishing? I'd love to hear from you in the comments!
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Formula One champion race leader Lewis Hamilton drove a spectacular race Sunday at the USGP in Austin, Texas, at the Circuit of the Americas. He may not have started on pole but he crossed the finish line first, while his teammate and pole sitter Nico Rosberg sauntered in second, as if he were saving his best drive for the final race in Abu Dhabi, and the award of double points.
This is the 32nd career victory for Hamilton who a Journalist with Xiro Xone News referred to as being “focused like a Jedi Knight.”
The day started with a bevy of celebrities from stage and screen, and former racing champions from NASCAR, Indy Car and Formula One. As the day moved on and the cars lined up in formation, fans were holding onto their seats to see if pole sitter Nico Rosberg was going to make a mistake and give Hamilton an opening, and Red Bull Daniel Ricciardo a chance to finish higher than third, and keep his championship hopes alive.
Crossing the finish line after the two Mercedes drivers were, Daniel Ricciardo, Felipe Massa and his teammate, Valtteri Bottas.
In other action on the track, Vijay Mallya, team principal for Force India works hard and spends a lot of money to keep and develop a Formula One team that can be the pride of India. He was understandably upset, when both of his drivers suffered a DNF during the race. Sergio Perez made contact with Sauber driver, Adrian Sutil. Nico Hulkemberg cruised to a self-imposed stop, due to drive shaft problems. Perez was given a seven-place grid penalty for his actions that will be served in Brazil, and has apologized to Sutil.
Circuit of the Americas, the race promoters and staff did Texas proud and gave the more than 200K fans of Formula One a fun and exciting event.
It was a busy and fun weekend of racing on the dirt in the Northeast and Turn 5 Live has all of the news, results, discussion and driver interviews to keep you up to date. Turn 5 Live will air Live Tonight at 7 P.M. Eastern.
The Turn 5 Live crew anchored by Co-Hosts Steven Ovens and Clint Miller will guide race fans through the Inaugural Seneca Lake Shootout that took place at the Yates County Speedway on Friday night. Jimmy Phelps, who was the winner of the Shootout, was interviewed post-race and the Turn 5 Live fans will hear that interview along with others within the Top 5. Interviews with all of the other winners on Friday night will also be aired including 305 Sprint Car winner Darryl Ruggles, 4-Cylinder winner J.J. Kreidler and Street Stock winner Jeremy Potrzebowski.
There was also a Super DIRTcar Series race on Sunday at the Fonda Speedway and our Turn 5 Live correspondent Scott Mcvey was on location at ‘The Track of Champions.’ We will discuss the major points implications that took place with Brett Hearn picking up the victory and Matt Sheppard suffering a mechanical failure and scoring a DNF.
Jeff Hachmann from DIRTcar Northeast will join Turn 5 Live at 7:45pm to talk everything NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week and beyond.
We will close Turn 5 Live with an interview with Nick Stark from the GRIT Sportsman Modified Series that races all across the Northeast in GM Crate powered Sportsman Modifieds. Nick will preview the next few GRIT Series races including a big show coming up locally at the Woodhull Raceway in Woodhull, NY.
Fans wishing to call in to speak with hosts Steven Ovens, Clint Miller or the producer Brad Ovens can call into the studio and talk dirt with us at (646) 200-0582.
You can also chat with the hosts or leave questions for our guests on Twitter during the show @Turn5Podcast
Mercedes AMG driver Lewis Hamilton just won the Italian Grand Prix at the home of Ferrari. The 2008 World Champion was in pole position but got off to a bad start due to car trouble. His teammate Nico Rosberg took the lead pushing Hamilton back, and into fourth position. Pressure started to take its toll on Rosberg and he made two mistakes, the second of which proved to be an opportunity for the faster Hamilton to move back into first position. Once Hamilton regained the lead, he kept it throughout the race. Hamilton's teammate Nico Rosberg came in second and Williams-Martini driver and former Ferrari driver Felipe Massa, crossed the finish line third. The disappointment of Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso's DNF did not prevent the fans from showing their love of the Ferrari F1 team. The Ferrari organization was out in full force along with the Ferrari family. The Mercedes Team is currently in the lead for the constructors’ title, and with six more races before the end of the season, it looks as though Mercedes will maintain that position. The Italian fans were gracious, excited, and seemed to emjoy the event. The after race entertainment was, the still popular musical group, Duran Duran.
Rt Book Convention
- discuss Mistress L Review and overall our experience
- new releases this week and upcoming releases we are waiting on
Mistress Approved tag for books
- new DNF category
Getting an App!
- why we love the idea and what to expect
Tonight on MXTalkRadio:
Great chat tonight with Vince Friese about his new team, success on the lites bike, rumors of AX for 2014 and making money in professional racing.
We caught up with Justin Buckelew for our “where are they now” segment and talked about raising a family, his motocross training school, money, fun times and advice he has for up and coming racers.
Last, but not at all least, was our “Where’s Weston” call to Weston Peick. This week Weston was not naked, but he did talk about his emotion at Daytona as well as his clutch and engine trouble that ultimately resulted in a DNF.