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Rank #1: E17 - "Let's go to the indoor kart track" with Mike Smith.
Mike Smith is an interesting guy. Started with indoor karting, Sport Karting and is now the general manager at CalSpeed Karting.Davin and Mike talk about the values of going to the indoor kart track, what it's like being a track director, and getting more insight into the VLR Spec series for LO206.
Rank #2: 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
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 29: Karting budget for LO206 racing.
In this episode of Karting Dads, we talk about Jorge (aka George with a J) Ruiz's SKUSA Winter Tour Championship in LO206, attempt to discuss the topic of having a karting budget as a karting dad, and close out with CIK LO206 racing events in Florida. Check out our events at https://kartingdads.com
Rank #2: Episode 28: Learning from failures and mistakes.
In this episode, we look at failures, mistakes, and minor oversight that resulted in lost track time. Some were just human error, others were items we didn't have on our karting checklists, but have since corrected. Hope you enjoy this episode of Karting Dads podcast. Visit kartingdads.com for more tips and resources.
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: How To Master The Art of Kart Driving (Terence Dove) & In The Zone (Clyde Brolin) TRDC Show Ep #18.
For the first time I am doing a Book Off! A little bit misleading because I do not put these books against each other but hey, I just like the title Book Off. Instead I am reviewing two of Motorsport's hottest book releases of 2017. They are for different areas of the sport but both are so so valuable for anyone who wants to win. First Up - How To Master The Art Of Kart Driving by Terence Dove The first book is from Terence Dove and is great for any kart driver, no matter what level you are at. Terence walks you through the stages of becoming a complete driver, here are the contents: Chapter 1 - To become a great driver you need exceptional levels of self esteem Chapter 2 - Really knowing you have the skills. High Self-Efficacy Chapter 3 - Flawless and powerful concentration. Win the brain game Chapter 4 - Fitness & nutrition Chapter 5 - Master your braking Chapter 6 - Steering styles and body posture Chapter 7 - Driving with flair vs on rails Chapter 8 - Lines Chapter 9 - Loading Chapter 10 - Wet driving Chapter 11 - Looking ahead Chapter 12 - Practice days Chapter 13 - Nailing race starts Chapter 14 - Overtaking Chapter 15 - Racing strategy and tactics And Then We Have - In The Zone by Clyde Brolin This is the second book I have read from Clyde and yes, I am even more of a fan. He shares the many quotes and stories given to us from elite performers and people who have accessed their own zone mental states in order to perform at their best. Not only that but he has structured the book in a way that teaches the reader on how they can do the same. It is a very clever way to inspire and teach you at the same time, well done Clyde. Conclusion Both of these books are brilliant and will not let you down. Enjoy this Book Off and let me know your thoughts. All the best Enzo Disclaimer: This is not an advert, I am getting no financial reward from these authors. This is just a good old fashioned book review to help my viewers/readers/listeners.
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. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/slipangle-show/support
Rank #1: Former Spec Miata National Director, John Mueller.
Episode 89 - Former NASA Spec Miata National Director was kind enough to invite Austin over a few months ago. Many stories were told, lots of laughs were had, and almost two hours of content was recorded. Sit down, buckle up, and get ready for another great SlipAngle show. John also runs an online store for racers and track day goers at www.weekend-racer.com. For more SlipAngle shows, visit www.tracktuned.com/slipangle.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/slipangle-show/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/slipangle-show/support
Rank #2: Ross Bentley & Speed Secrets - Part 1.
Episode 46 - Possibly one of the most influential driving coachs in the world, Ross Bentley has written many books on driving under the "Speed Secrets" name. A few weeks ago, Ross was gracious enough with his time to sit down with Austin in Seattle, WA and record a few driving tips for use in future SlipAngle shows. While there, Austin and Ross sat down and had nearly a two hour conversation on professional driving, driving techniques, and how Ross started writing books and coaching. From driving technique and training, to mental stamina and work ethics, many topics are covered during Parts 1 and 2 that are sure to be benefical to drivers of any skill level. For more on Ross and Speed Secrets, visit www.speedsecrets.com.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/slipangle-show/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/slipangle-show/support
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: 116 – Spencer Pumpelly: How to Brake, Pass & Not Use Fluff.
Spencer Pumpelly and I talk about what karting doesn’t teach, how to brake with ABS and release them to rotate the car, why an early apex is better than a late one, when a pass really begins, corner entry speed, and the importance of eliminating the fluff (that part throttle stuff that does more harm than good). Oh, and we also touch on the similarities between flying helicopter and performance driving (just in case you’ve always wanted to know!). Spencer currently races for Magnus Racing and TRG, and has won in almost every level of racing he’s competed in. In this podcast, he talks about Le Mans and racing in ARCA. He’s also a great coach, as illustrated by his comment that, “The line is not the cause, it’s the result.” Great stuff! Spencer’s Speed Secret: Eliminate the fluff! Follow Spencer at: Twitter: @spencerpumpelly Instagram: @spencer_pumpelly Web: www.spencerpumpelly.com
For fans of Formula 1, Formula E, Sportscars, Touring Cars and Rally. The Autosport Podcast is the official podcast of Autosport, the world’s leading authority on motorsport.Subscribe to Autosport Plus for more expert opinion, analysis and technical insight from the world's best motorsport journalists. Subscribe at www.autosport.com/plus
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: Is Kubica going to miss out on the Williams drive?.
Robert Kubica's Williams test in Abu Dhabi is discussed, as are his chances of landing the drive for 2018. There's also discussion of Alfa Romeo's F1 return with Sauber and Charles Leclerc's confirmation as a race driver, and Jenson Button's planned full Super GT season.
Formula 1 interviews, reaction and reports. 5 live presents a round-up of the race weekend.
Rank #1: P1: Lewis, Mercedes and the art of qualifying.
Jennie Gow presents a Formula One special looking at why Lewis Hamilton has recorded more pole positions than any other driver. Hear from Hamilton himself, his former team-mate Jenson Button, Mercedes boss Toto Wolff and Allan McNish on what sets Hamilton apart on a single lap shoot-out.
Rank #2: Belgian Grand Prix Preview.
Tom Clarkson presents a preview of the Belgian Grand Prix with the 5 live F1 team.
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...