Karting Interviews and News
Podcast by KartPulse
Rank #1: Ep. 04: Re-Starting Karting at 50 - TJ Hollingsworth Midlife Karting Crisis.
(Re)Starting Karting at 50, the story of a "Midlife Karting Crisis". Shownotes and discussion: https://goo.gl/4ZCj4T
Rank #2: Ep. 09: Davin Explains Karting to a Newcomer at a Starbucks.
Davin is the one getting interviewed this time for Episode 9, as one of the members of his gym wants to learn more about karting for a school project. Figured we'd turn it into a podcast!
Welcome to the KartingDads podcast. KartingDads is a podcast about two guys who are dads that love karting and anything with auto sports. Visit us at www.kartingdads.com
Rank #1: Episode 19: Karting is Broken - Part 1.
Here's the Kartpulse thread that forms the basis for this conversation - https://forums.kartpulse.com/t/random-slightly-unconventional-thoughts-on-growing-the-sport-of-karting/1158
Rank #2: Episode 3: Our skill level vs National and local competition.
Episode 3, NASA, dirt karts, our skills vs local comp!
Are you a driver who is determined to win? Join Motor Racing's top driver performance coach as he gives you the tips and strategies that will allow you to achieve what you are really capable of. Enzo covers all aspects of driver performance and success lessons that are applicable to drivers of all levels.
Rank #1: TRDC SHOW Episode 22 - How To Remain Mentally Focused When You're Off The Pace.
This episode was inspired by this question from Fiz - "I know my weakness, I become too influenced by the timesheet. My driving and mentality is harmed when I am off the pace. Any tips?" This is a very very common challenge that racers drivers, riders and pilots face, it is how to remain at their best even though their lap time is noncompetitive or they are off the pace of the other drivers. All too often racers can be distracted by their laptime or results, but if you are to get the most out of yourself then you cannot let this happen. Here I will give you a reminder for how to prevent this, it's all about you keeping things simple and focusing on what is in your control every single time out. Become solution based instead of allowing outside influences bully you around. Enzo
Rank #2: Your Life Depends On The Next 24 Hours - Enzo Mucci.
This episode is for everyone who is aiming for a BIG goal, for those who are attempting to create something remarkable. You can predict your future if you just look at how you spend your next 24 hours. Remember this because each day is a building block of your future. Most people ignore this and suffer as a result, don't do the same. Enzo You can now listen to this on: Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/7vvoC20rMB9KvPJSAiD0w7 (iTunes) - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-race-driver-coach-by-enzo-mucci/id1151173573?mt=2 Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/enzomucci Our website - http://www.theracedrivercoach.com/ Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/theracedrivercoach/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/coachenzomucci/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/enzomucci?lang=en
A weekly podcast hosted by Austin Cabot, Adam Jabaay, and Abrin Schmucker covering track days, club racing, autocrossing, and other various driving hobbies. By Drivers, For Drivers.
Rank #1: Lee Grimes and a bunch of SCCA STL idiots record a show at Mid Ohio.
Rockstar Superhero shock and strut guru Lee Grimes from Koni wandered into the garage, because we were recording next to his car, and helped us produce the most amazing podcast ever recorded in the history of podcastingness. Or at very least he helped us create the one you will likely download after reading this totally meaningless description. Rate and Review the show on Itunes or wherever you do those things, and if you like it the show, tell your friends. If you don't like the show, and are still reading this, tell your dog, or someone you hate, that'd be fine too.
Rank #2: maximum radomness with maximum driftcast.
Austin and Adam are back from Gridlife South, and called up Paco and Sam from Maximum Driftcast to have a bit of a recap from them about the weekend, but instead they talked about all Paco's weird cars, and a bunch of other dumb stuff. That'll happen.
The Speed Secrets Podcast is all about high performance and race driving. In it, Ross Bentley has conversations with guests, resulting in tips, advice and inspiration you can take to the track. Digging into topics such as trail braking, cornering lines, race track specific advice, data acquisition and video analysis, upshifting and downshifting, handling and car setup, steering techniques, and the skill of using the throttle - all while driving on track - the goal is to not just entertain you, but also help you learn. Along the way, these conversations will get into why we drive on race tracks, igniting your passion for the sport. Each episode is 30 to 45 minutes in length – just right for listening to while on your way to work, to the track, or while you're working out. Oh, and in each episode - posted weekly - Ross will share one of his quick and effective Speed Secret tips.
Rank #1: 053 – Peter Carroll: 14 Ways to Improve Your Performance Driving.
Peter Carroll joins me to talk about his recent article in Speed Secrets Weekly, “14 Ways to Improve Your Driving.” Specifically, we talk about braking too hard, not enough trail braking, getting on the throttle too early, coasting, not using all the track, downshifting too much, shortening the distance by altering your line, and how to experiment with new driving techniques. Peter Carroll is a BMW and Porsche club racer, track day driver, and instructor. Living in the Toronto area, his home track is Canadian Tire Motorsport Park at Mosport, but he’s driven and instructed at tracks all over North America. He gets a thrill out of helping other drivers learn and improve.
Rank #2: 045 – Michael Silver: Learn to Drive Fast in Less Than a Year.
Michael Silver and I talk about how he got to be so good a driver in a short period of time – less than a year. And it’s not just seat time, but how he applied the seat time that made the difference, as he shares here. Oh, and we also talk about astronauts and how Michael communicated with them in space, as well as his incredibly varied background. Michael started track driving less than a year ago, and to say he’s become addicted to it is an understatement - he’s had about 40 days on track since he began! With a background – education and experience – in computer science, human factors, linguistics, genetics, music, molecular biology, color science, photography, business, and teaching, he brings an interesting perspective to learning how to be an even better driver. Michael has worked for Apple (where he developed the technology for astronauts to email from space); wrote and directed music for Shakespeare Santa Cruz; was made an honorary Air Force Captain; hung out with Carlos Santana and Keith Richards (after helping set up their studios); been a disc jockey for a large classical music station; and he and his wife, Claire, founded Audio High to help raise money for a number of charities and eventually went on to found a separate non-profit organization (Silver Linings). Pretty boring stuff, right? Michael’s main business is Audio High (AudioHigh.com), and you can contact him by email at Michael@audiohigh.com. And you’re bound to run into him at a track, somewhere, sometime. And be sure to check out "Ask Ross" at SpeedSecrets.com/Ask-Ross/, and email your questions to me.
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Rank #1: Did Vettel lose the F1 championship in Singapore?.
The start disaster that wiped out both Ferraris and helped Lewis Hamilton win the Singapore Grand Prix is the big talking point, in particular the question of how responsible Sebastian Vettel was for causing it - and the resulting damage to his title hopes.
Rank #2: Belgian Grand Prix Review.
Formula 1 came back to life after the August break with a weekend of intrigue off track and very significant action on it. Scott Mitchell joins Edd Straw to discuss the big stories from the Spa paddock.
Formula 1 interviews, reaction and reports. 5 live presents a round-up of the race weekend.
Rank #1: Brazilian Grand Prix preview.
As the Formula One season reaches its penultimate destination, Jennie Gow, Jack Nicholls and Jolyon Palmer preview the weekend's action in Interlagos. The team look at Lewis Hamilton's new contract negotiations with Mercedes and examine the magic of the Interlagos circuit.
Rank #2: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Review.
Jennie Gow, Jack Nicholls and former Formula One driver Jolyon Palmer discuss a thrilling final race of the season in the desert as Lewis Hamilton wrapped a championship winning season in style with victory in Abu Dhabi.
Beyond The Grid, supported by Bose, delivers great stories, fresh insight and amazing anecdotes from the world of F1. Each week Tom Clarkson brings you in-depth, personal conversations with the biggest names in the sport, from current superstar drivers and leading team bosses to legendary figures from history.
Rank #1: 29: Kimi Raikkonen: “Racing and partying – for me it was normal“.
He‘s the most experienced driver on the current F1 grid, easily one of the most popular, and certainly the most enigmatic. Kimi Raikkonen exploded onto the F1 scene in 2001 as a 21-year-old super rookie – barely any experience, but tons of raw speed. In the years that followed he became an F1 icon, winning 21 races for McLaren and Ferrari and the 2007 world championship crown before taking a sabbatical where he raced almost everything else with four wheels. Now 39 but showing no signs of slowing down, Grand Prix racing’s resident Iceman remains the same unflinchingly no-nonsense character that fans have come to love. And whilst he’s famous as a man of few words, the Iceman was on great form as he chatted to host Tom Clarkson about everything from family life to partying to what it feels like to drive at 200mph...
Rank #2: 47: Kevin Magnussen: "Racing-wise, I don't care what people think of me. I'd feel weird if everyone was saying I'm a nice guy...".
His F1 career began with a bang, with a podium finish on debut with McLaren in Australia in 2014. Though he hasn't hit those heights since, in the intervening period Kevin Magnussen has established himself as a hard-edged, no-nonsense racer who, after losing his McLaren drive and then spending a year with Renault, is now really hitting his stride with the American team Haas. Tom Clarkson sat down with the Dane during a quiet period at the Austrian Grand Prix for a candid and honest talk about the highs and lows of his career to-date, including his racing origins, his growth as a driver, and - of course - that famous withering put-down of Nico Hulkenberg...