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    Xiro Xone F1: Qualifying at Abu Dhabi Yas Marina Circuit

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    Formula 1 Qualifying at the Abu Dhabi Yas Marina Circuit
    Saturday November 2, 2013
    Qualifying day was met with ups, downs, controversy and surprise.
    After the race in Abu Dhabi there are only two races left in the Formula 1 season. The USGP in Austin Texas and the Brazil race. 
    The 2013 season is the swan song for the very likeable Mark Webber, who just made pole position by beating the time of teammate and red bull champion, Sebastian Vettel.
    On the downside was fan favorite and 2008 champion Lewis Hamilton, who qualified fourth but was unable to finish Q3 because his car broke-down. The Mercedes driver is in a great position to take the number two or three spot on points, and help his team land in second place, in the constructors.
    Abu Dhabi was not without controversy when the "iceman," Kimi Raikkonen, with Lotus F1 held a press conference to clear up rumors of trouble between him and team heads.
    The usually shy Raikkonen said the issues were about money. He went on to say he had not been paid all year and he might not race on Sunday unless, something was worked out. This is Kimi’s last season with Lotus F1 because he made a deal with the Ferrari team and will drive for them next season.
    The big surprise during qualifying was Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso who did not make it into the top ten.  Alonso will be in 11th place on the starting grid, which has put his team chances of second place, in jeopardy.  
    Stay tuned to Xiro Xone News F1 updates.

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    Motorsports Apex with Glenn Locke

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    Reviewing the BIG 3, Plus the Controversy in Formula E and look ahead to this weeks races

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    Lugnuts and Horsepower

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    The best weekend of racing has passed, and what a celebration it was.  Dustin Parks and Patti Rodisch try to break down all that happened.  It started with the Indianapolis 500, as former NASCAR and F1 star Juan Pablo Montoya brought Penske back to victory lane at Indy, his second win in the grand race.


    To cap off the night, the long 600-mile marathon at Charlotte saw the victory come down to a critical stop, and who had enough fuel to make it to the finish.  It would be Carl Edwards seeing his first Charlotte win, his first with Joe Gibbs, and a sweep of Cup competition for JGR in the last two weeks at NASCAR's home track.


    In all of this, the newest list of inductees to the NASCAR Hall of Fame were announced, with a few surprises that both made the cut, while others were left to wait again.


    Finally, a look ahead to the Monster Mile, and the triple-header at Dover.  Tune in to hear it all.

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    The Magic and the Madness in Monaco at the Formula 1 Grand Prix 2015

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    Nico Rosberg won the Grand Prix in Monaco with the help of a strategic blunder.


    Starting on pole was pivotal for Lewis Hamilton, who was almost certain to win the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Monaco.  Hamilton maintained the lead throughout the race and had a 19 second lead over teammate Nico Rosberg.  No one could have overtaken him on that particular track, and no one could have taken the race from him until, lap 65, when the youngest driver in Formula 1 Max Verstappen ran head on into the barriers while trying to overtake, Romain Grojean.


    A virtual safety car (VSC) was in effect which would have maintained the status quo for the position of drivers, but suddenly, an actual safety car was deployed, and the Mercedes strategist called Hamilton in to pit for a tire change. The move was shocking to fans and the media since Hamilton’s tires were holding up just fine, and he had only 14 laps to go. Mercedes called Hamilton in while Vettel who was in third, and Rosberg in second, stayed out and advanced their positions. By the time Hamilton rejoined the group, he was in third, Vettel was  ahead of him in second and Rosberg ahead of Vettel in first. Although Hamilton is still leading the drivers, championship, this was a painful loss.  Every other word heard around the F1 universe has been “robbed, Hamilton was robbed.”  Fans believe Hamilton is rightfully upset that such a blunder by his strategist could cost him so much.  He has consistently praised and thanked his team, even when they mess up his pit stops but by all accounts, this was a bridge too far. Now, fans are asking, “Can Lewis trust the people he depends on?”  Coming in fourth and fifth were the Red Bulls, Daniil Kvyat and Daniel Ricciardo. Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen held onto sixth and an impressive drive by Force India’s Sergio Perez, and McLaren driver Jenson Button, put them in seventh and eighth, respectively.

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    HIT:NBBA: $5,000 Business Development Grant for Youth or Adults

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    Our incubator program is offering media production services for qualifying entrepreneur's. Listen for details.$500 - $5,000 grants awarded for in June 2015. 

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    Clubhouse Sports Radio

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    On tonights show we talk about the biggest day in auto racing with Ford Formula F1600 Huddy Motorsports driver Jason Reichert. He gives us a recap on the F1 Gran Prix of Monaco and the 99th running of the Indianapolis 500. We will check on the Dodgers, Angels and Padres in the Southern California Baseball Report. The NHL and NBA conference finals are underway, we will let you know where they stand. That and alot more. "We'll see you in the clubhouse".

  • 00:19

    Inadmissibility Waivers

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    Sometimes non-immigrant may commit certain crimes, misrepresentation and/or other acts that make him/her inadmissible to the United States and are seeking an immigrant visa, adjustment of status, certain nonimmigrant statuses or certain other immigration benefits; you must seek a waiver of certain grounds of inadmissibility. Most requests for a waiver are made on Form I-601.


    Certain immediate relatives of U.S. Citizens may use this form to request a provisional unlawful presence waiver under Immigration and Nationality Act Section 212 (a)(9)(B) and 8 CFR 212.7(e), before departing the United States to appear at a U.S. Embassy or consulate for an immigrant visa interview. This request for a waiver is made on Form I-601A.


    Sometimes an immigration attorney may file a motion requesting that an immigration judge grant a waiver to a respondent. Forms are obtained at www.uscis.gov .


    Some waivers require that respondent to have a qualifying relative. A qualifying relative means a spouse, parent, or child who a lawful permanent is resident (LPR) or a United States citizen (USC).


    The respondent sometimes has to show that if (s)he had to leave the US permanently, it would work a hardship on the  LPR or the USC.


    Marcus Jarvis, Attorney at Law, 3621 85th Ave. N., Suite 201, Brooklyn Park, MN 55443. T. 763 425 5447. F. 763 425 5498. www.m-jlawltd.com . www.a-tbooks.com

  • 01:59

    Mantalk 5/23/15

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    Memorial Day Weekend Festivities


    Indy 500, Monaco F1 Grand Prix Preview


    Rolling Stones kickoff The Zip Code Tour


    Will it be Cleveland and Golden State in the NBA Finals?


    Dave Letterman takes a bow


    Live 7-9p ET with call-ins


     

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    Indy 500 Preview Show

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    Adam Tate, Josh Farmer and Joey Barnes of Tribute Racing preview the 99th Indianapolis 500 live from Indianapolis Motor Speedway. 


    Scott Dixon put the Target Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet on pole, can the 2008 Indy 500 winner take home his second Borg-Warner Trophy?


    The defending Verizon IndyCar Series champion, Will Power, starts alongside and takes aim at his first 500 win.


    Chevrolet had the upperhand over Honda in qualifying, will they in the race? Plus, Hinchcliffe's injury and Briscoe climbs in as SPM's super-sub.


    All this and more as we take you "In the Gravel Trap" live from Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

  • 02:28

    PGT Episode #249 –Autism as a MMMA Qualifying Condition

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    Tonight 8:00-10 EST Listen LIVE! at www.planetgreentrees.com or call in 347-326-9626


     


    Hosted by attorney Michael Komorn from Komorn Law and Chad from Birmingham Compassion


     


    Contributions from Rick Thompson from The Compassion Chronicles, Jamie Lowell from The 3rd Coast Compassion Center.


     


     


    After a protracted legal battle lasting nearly a year, the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) has been compelled to submit a new petition for autism to the Medical Marihuana Review Panel. This petition was submitted to the department with 75 peer-reviewed studies attached, outlining in detailed scientific and medical terms marijuana's efficacy in treating autism.


     


    Public testimony will be held Wednesday, May 27, 2015 at 1:00 PM in the 1st Floor Auditorium of the Williams Building, 525 W. Ottawa St., Lansing, MI 48933.


     


    Joining us tonight-


    Lisa Christine mother of Noah autistic child and cannabis patient, and whose is the named petitioner.


    Jim Powers Founder of Parents for Compassion, and parent of cannabis patient.


    Tim Knowlton Attorney and Co-Counsel along with Michael Komorn for Lisa Christine.


     


    Also Leap representative, retired detective and Gulf war veteran Steve Miller.


     


    Michael's rant, news, current events and more!