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We can of racing LaMont 44 hours.
NASCAR of course Formula One Canada and the India -- 270 fives and the Texas we'll talk about that little bit the first -- You know unfortunately for non -- people the big news -- a -- was the big crash.
Fresh only do crashes were literally one and here's why we'll we'll take a look at this one is it just amazes the Audi.
Early in the race just getting.
Going into the crowd actually it didn't hurt anyone in the crowd the driver walked away from that well as well there was another crash of one of the other Audi.
You know what we hear about if a tree falls in the forest and does anybody -- -- -- nobody's around here and if a car crashes in the -- that I -- nobody sees it didn't happen the video on that wasn't quite his goods and this is the one everybody's been saying -- both drivers though walked away pretty much -- I technology carbon fiber chassis bit of aluminum there Audi really put in their engineering might behind this new up prototype art you've had an accident very similar to that where you win over -- -- and a formula cardiac arrest get that you walked away from now one.
Yes this is still hurt though.
How it hurt psychologically because the last.
Last evidence of my alleged racing career is only that crash on YouTube so it -- that way at the end of it.
I was lucky defense did its job it caught and and kind of lowest kind of easily.
And the worst part was that one moment where my helmet was heading toward the wall and you kind of thought this may not be good.
And then it kind of -- and hit the -- then I realized that was just burning frequent why do you remember the gradually Earl yeah unfortunately we -- -- another sort of going to forget if you don't don't -- about one moment I was being too arrogant in the race card I got myself in trouble again that was last.
In fact that you know that's kind of what happened camera there he went to that -- as you probably shouldn't have I'm not gonna second guess that this but if -- could inevitably take away from that there was those cars are extremely safe and -- -- -- sports -- high performance sports as well as lower power street cars in the coming -- going to be using that carbon fiber technology so racing really does improve the -- I.
He made it a big deal about the fact that that carbon -- cock was uniquely a one piece mold and both.
Crashes the aftermath even one in the dark you could see the Mark -- survived both those guys -- hit their knees and thank god for that.
Keeping them keep them racing.
And you know people they joke when -- -- Smart for Jews little small cars like that those of receivers only weigh about two dozen pounds which is about the Smart way.
So you can make something small and fast and safe it's going to be very expensive -- -- -- spend you know ten million dollars of that kind of program.
Well -- like everything I'm sure the expense of carbon will come down as as technology evolves with that I know that -- for example.
Part of the Volkswagen group is dedicated to developing.
Carbon -- road cars McLaren has their -- I even -- GM's and -- are working more and more with carbon so eventually become the big screen TV it'll all be affordable.
Exciting race -- It still amazes me after 24 hours the margin of victory was thirteen seconds they basically drove from New York.
To California overnight and there was thirteen seconds between the -- the remaining -- which did win.
And the Peugeot -- -- both diesel powered cars you know again you know months every scars a lot of advances enough power train technology is well -- -- just hoping going to be it's burning gas now for the diesels -- the most successful cars.
-- the obvious part is that how he made a big deal about using their racing to validate TI has good performance and sporting.
In 2006 diesels were maybe five seconds faster than the gas race cars.
The regulations and the and the gas racing teams wanted to.
Equate them a little more so -- made rules regulations through all -- time 20119.
Seconds faster for the diesels -- -- you can't stop technology.
Now he can't and no going to help me out of these have the open -- -- got that -- company which looks really mean that's the meanest -- race car.
Ever -- also more aerodynamic I'm sure.
Very -- -- -- and if you need something to focus on the seriousness of racing that Audi.
-- -- wanted to check this thing out again and that's not a real real car it's a for real -- for an -- -- the front very -- in the back.
This is going to be on the grid next year LaMont hopefully as part of a new program there called a garage 56.
Where they let you advanced technologies race outside of -- traditional classes.
Of the series with us now on the phone is the designer of the -- actually via Skype -- -- -- -- from Indianapolis Indiana thanks for joining us today man.
Instead it's the speaker so let's go Kentucky a couple of years ago in the Chicago Auto Show you guys had a single seat version of that card you're trying to sell to the Indy racing series they decided to go with something a little more traditional as their new respect -- start next year -- -- -- the -- Wendy -- Decide hey wanna we just may get a two seater in turn it into a sports car.
It took me -- -- -- -- editor Boston.
At least let's -- -- -- -- -- -- Let me dragon lightweight.
Vision thing -- can be applied.
People movement to -- and further when we realized there was not community through.
And put the car in there is like liberal and run out of competition.
David it isn't obvious choice for us and suddenly we had I shouldn't -- that technology.
Now tell me about the concept here because people look at -- -- and -- think one of two things one wow that's the coolest looking rays starter ever seen or two.
Reminds me of a free Willy TV the kid on the block -- broke his neck come back in the 1980s and any idea of the one of the narrow front.
Why rear kind of goes against conventional thinking of us stability in a four wheel vehicles so if he can't explain how this works dynamic because it looks so much different than anything other than maybe a drag racer or Bonneville -- -- -- top speed car.
-- like -- like that Clinton.
I believe that they couldn't they didn't get conventional wisdom never let -- this huge opportunity here to load the drag.
If inflation is in fact -- -- from track and well it may feel like that benefit.
And Pratt certainly it would lacks ability electability if the sort of got.
Preferably -- and that's what we probably need the center of gravity back between the right newspapers driving we do that we we had that performance.
So this will be able to go you know not just quickly -- a straight line -- around the turns just as fast as other cars in the race.
Oh absolutely and that's -- regulation work and the senate that we really are extremely tough than that in fact there will probably have to tighten on the performance a little bit.
To meet the requirements of the HBO obviously that is a very specific Caspian requirement for -- pick out 56.
Entrance and -- we intend to -- exactly could best be.
-- the whole idea behind this besides being extremely aerodynamic also extremely light about half the weight.
Of the typical up prototype cars that are recent -- Jerusalem -- a much smaller a lower power of the more fuel efficient engine.
That's right and I think I put the technology is really not very extreme in any particular -- giving you good.
Conventional Portland that.
Internal combustion engine Turbo charged using -- and -- -- technology and direction injection.
To another very impressively can efficiently but essentially it's standard 16100.
That we won't -- run for many.
Intolerant extremist like and that's one of its advantages and it has very late dragon when you put all of these elements together.
And -- little constrained.
-- the typical.
And regulations of the export to say that very much in all the current indications that actual -- it's not -- for our.
And suddenly we have that incredible performance story and that.
This is our opportunity to shape and what can be done either side conventional regulations.
Very much relevancy -- nuclear industry in -- particularly if you open.
Now aside from -- yourself obviously from the accident this is pretty much an all American effort delta wing racing -- based in Indianapolis the car's going to be -- by Dan -- all American races at California and high -- racing here in Connecticut is going to be the ones.
Actually fielding the team are also on campaigners who runs the American Le Mans series involved in the effort as far as the engine is concerned I know you're looking at number different manufactures.
Do you want something unique to this car or do you wanna find out racing -- -- four cylinder racing engine that does thirty out there that'll work in your car and is an important and it's an American engine.
We wanted to be an American engine and it doesn't have been unique to the in fact.
I think is that the state of virtually everywhere they're manufactured in -- world.
As for the 16100 seats each other -- I don't in the showrooms old I'm about to hit the showrooms.
And you know.
We knew we re kept in choosing very appropriate -- trying to make sure that we Rhode truly relevant Syria and that -- -- -- industry.
So what's the ultimate goal for misdemeanor originally wanted to make it a spec -- sell the cars in week out car you know -- -- thirty cars in the race is 33 in Indianapolis that sort of thing.
I stores now are you looking for a recent series like the American -- -- it may be creative class for these cars.
Or maybe figure a way to work him into the current prototype class.
And then become manufacturer from the teens -- is this really just a one off effort to prove the technology.
The first step of course it is one -- to prove that we continually say.
And that they've eliminated Vancouver -- gearing up for this story for -- -- -- -- people don't believe the -- around the corner and we know that we haven't forgotten community college there's article -- I can't go to a little -- -- over the local -- literally right so enough.
-- -- Obviously they can't get to doesn't -- very strong and it and it -- with the Global Industries.
And direction towards that clip it totally restated some small -- dangerous -- liquid fueled.
Internal combustion engine.
And I think cruel and -- the -- that because.
Couldn't pass that.
Forum on track -- very I think you're live in the middle of opportunity penetrated taking -- -- totally different areas of the -- he has never played.
And it's a natural fit.
For an -- and Nestle.
-- some other series and around the world and I think that.
There is a great opportunity in the future who have been -- -- more -- -- hit the cup.
And the next metal -- I efficiency.
Motorsports -- -- cost effective as well.
Is no longer be the do it debut for the car you're gonna try to put into -- race before that.
Well for them look -- I'm not completely run as a prelude to the mall the Sebring twelve hours.
That people and for the drivers that experience of passing of the club being and so on get the the team up to speed in the make sure we understand that the -- of the -- uses when those other.
Putting rubber on the track console and certainly be rooting for us and we will be ready -- that hasn't seemingly did not -- -- much.
And what went into that could create yeah arms and make sure that and that's acceptable to them and -- that should do and so.
When we receive complete prototype on -- track efforts first test.
Because the end of the year they're not that long to -- from -- put it -- -- -- -- seem.
A little less to do.
And then look at the -- and -- yet.
Well I'm not raising driver myself and have driven a formula car about 25 miles without spinning -- crashing it.
And I really am dying to see how this thing drives as far as the dynamics are concerned some hoping to get an invite to give this thing a try one of these days.
Well I -- -- unique that it again -- -- very excited and can't strike and they were you.
And I looked simulation improve improve improve in the cup in the stimulation obviously good for this seat back and have a track so we drove it round.
That car and driver on many different tracks and I think -- I think it is very exciting doesn't have a very wide operating impolite but it -- a great deal of intrinsic ability come -- -- how it looks.
And then -- -- there's -- massive opportunity to explore the limits and there would make the breaking news that perhaps to the conventional car would be actually quite.
Quite typical achieve their absentee because of Iraq and stability in the rear end of -- traditional rear engine racing car.
-- -- involving delta wing racing days for joining us today really appreciate it you look at it.
11 word for that need you know I don't know who works -- -- -- fortified and out of words but that's just -- wins the last time you saw a new racing car that was that -- That much different than what we have on the road today why in the -- this six -- Terrelle back in the economy.
I agree with you I'm old enough to remember things like the -- -- moment the -- moments the -- -- moments.
This is a game changer and and it's a challenge for racing people to get over it looks.
I mean the days of Ferrari styling a great race car and thinking it's faster god functional design is what it's all about.
This is a real test.
Of it doesn't matter what it looks like does -- -- the things he said at the end are really really intriguing to the TX driver and me I'm very curious what the dynamics are.
I'm really -- this -- through corners doesn't do something different than a normal race car.
In cornering and what's it -- corner and we started suggesting that there are places to pass.
That wouldn't be normal in a normal car.
Watson -- exact -- one of the big problems in racing these days is be just because of the aerodynamics it is difficult to get close enough to somebody to pass them.
And it -- you do make a move like -- mission.
-- up a little bit of trouble let's -- more problem of Formula One but definitely something to think about it you know and how exactly aired an independent.
Actually think this CD -- -- delinquent.
As for CD and it's typical wind racer is optimal ones that mean it's ridiculous -- that this city upside down for a while to see these low because there is no link.
He's making all the down force there which is gonna create less of -- wake behind the car which probably could make closer operating work and he's really kind of ranting on about the real stability.
This -- taken and sets out.
It could be good interest things -- not going to be the only new thing at -- -- next year of results are going to be a fuel cell hydrogen fuel cell powered electric car as well as another and battery powered -- -- going to be doing swaps better swap stories -- that's what do you do -- doing an all electric battery swap.
Green GT is the one that's got a heart.
Hydrogen platform a solar cells solar panel converts water -- power.
But what I understand is that there's only one grudge 56 entry 55 cars get invited to a minus the 56.
I think delta wing has that invitation in hand them it's theirs to lose I think the other two.
Are either kind of on a waiting list or there's 5758.
So -- again.
You know it may be difficult.
To have more than one experimental car on the track -- cause some problems with the other drivers but that said when I just get the three otherwise make him wait while the -- hybrid that I eleven -- it's been working I mean they -- qualifying -- -- -- to make sure the real race went on but they ran their laps invalidated that.
Cast of concepts so why not have it happen.
Here we have another interesting story -- -- this year this.
Second place finisher in the L among protect to class -- MP two class.
Was one of the winners of Nissan's GT academy back I think 2008 basically he won an online video game competition.
On the PlayStation 3 game -- -- -- five which is course the greatest racing it.
Force is good but it's the greatest and as a little disclosure here played three different days I'll be easier marketing with someone involved in the I guess licensing for some of those cars and -- -- game.
I always -- we help them with some marketing -- some collaboration with a couple brands and lo and behold some of our viewers on -- -- Let me know that our name was in the credits that the in the GT five who -- -- credit to going to powers I don't want to start and I'm.
-- and I'm not that into an eerie look anyway so yes we've kind of been involved with them they're they're great people and they got a -- Nissan in Europe first and now it's come to America.
Ordonez is the guy that said.
In the car because it -- has you also came in second at the -- twelve hours of Sebring earlier this yeah well I mean this is not only is this is first time -- -- top level opera type racing car.
-- also brand new car for Nissan this year they're just getting back in a prototype racing.
Here's a guy gets racing experience before and he goes on a -- never raced professionally before.
Goes online wins this series and that was it for -- or three years later he's winning.
But now we have a new winner and that's -- right there -- -- -- and over pronouncing that for a week from Fresno California has won the 2011.
GT academy he joins us now from Fresno radio Ryan.
I'm great thank you so you be -- 53000.
People I believe on the video game tournament.
Then went down to an elimination tournament of 32 people may actually got on the track in -- -- upper seventies these and -- -- and Silverstone England and -- the final sixteen -- got to ask you before you got -- this how much racing or performance driving had you been doing before you got into the video game competition.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I started back in 1999 I started with auto crossing.
I'm that that's basically all been doing ever since for the past twelve years so you know I've had some some car control.
Skills that have developed over -- past twelve years I've never done any kind of high speed or we'll we'll kind of racing before.
So we got -- to the competition.
And as far as getting in the car against some of these other guys from around the world really what was that like the first time doing it for real as opposed in.
There was -- in this -- cool you know something and I've always wanted to do and you know to get to go there to England and -- these awesome cars against.
These sixteen or fifteen other you know incredible drivers was.
It was fun -- also really intense because I wanted to win so bad just like everybody else.
And -- accounts of the kind of stay focused even knows -- an indication of a lifetime.
Interest thing also that I just got to point out -- thirty years old -- some couch potato kit that's doing this I'm 41 and I like to play GT five as well.
But coming into things a lot of these -- challenges they just limited to younger guys.
But they've actually opened up to anybody who can win and now you're going to be stepping onto Nissan's rethinking going through an intense training period and then getting into a race -- do you know exactly how little.
-- still -- up some of the details but you're right and a couple we've kind of moved to England and start training period both physical.
Training and I'm gonna do some amateur races in preparation for her.
My international racing debut probably we're looking at January of 2012.
What reasons there's not going to be -- kind of hard enough.
I believe it's going to be a GT for these countries have an easy like I said -- still.
You know -- nobody tells on that.
Big jump from video games into their race prep street cars even bigger jump into those prototypes and Lucas are -- is is raising.
Any nerves as far as that's concerned enough -- -- does that kind of speed against them because they're investors -- -- I'm looking forward to it you know I have a lot to learn that.
You know racing sort of I wanted to do and I'm I'm super proud of what Lucas accomplished last week in -- and that's.
I saw the smile on his face on a podium and and afterwards and you you could not wipe the smile on his face I'm sure those.
Incredible and I would love to follow his footsteps and and achieve you know something similar.
-- you do have -- real world experience how much do you think the experience of playing the game translates.
Over to real driving I mean other than learning the tracks and that sort of thing.
As far as the dynamics and all that is concerned.
Do you think you've developed skills play of the game before you that you're just able to take those skills.
Put him in the game and -- bring him back to the real world.
No I I think they complement each other these days -- the simulators are getting so much more realistic.
And actually one of the best things about -- five.
It the way it simulates corner entry if you overdo it just a little bit it really punished as you.
And it's it's the only send that I know of that does that.
You cannot overdrive the corner -- you're really gonna pay for and lap time so from that standpoint yeah granted a five is definitely a great training tool.
Only GT five player would use a term like corner entry it just goes to show how realistic -- -- -- but it's.
Yeah our Brian listen good luck out there with a similar to I didn't quite hear there now not a decision corner entry -- -- -- technical term it's academy GT five players use as opposed to guys who play outlet and that sort of thing.
Yeah right on.
I have a listen good luck -- -- devoted to seeing other track next year and other realm within three years maybe be on the podium of the love.
Yeah that's the -- gonna take it one step at a time that I would absolutely love to be there and I -- say huge thank you to Nissan and Sony PlayStation.
For putting this program together like you said earlier.
You know it's a great opportunity for someone like me who hasn't had the money other connections to get into racing so.
Looking forward to it.
I'm kind of -- that didn't take part in that competition that was a mistake on my part I never logged on -- played the if -- only did that was really -- I don't want to admit that right now.
Our Brian got a little -- there between us but that was that we receive -- -- next year on the track good luck there and you know he's already got it down.
Making his sponsors -- -- -- in the interview that's.
Best racing you gotta learn you don't remember videogame what I -- about the sponsor I think a couple of things I think that that the training involves all aspects and physical training.
The business and marketing but but I Kennedy ask a question seriously am I the only guy in the room did an American just win the overall global competition for GT academy.
Yeah that's what you want a -- -- -- and look there's a lot of people plan that overseas is not just an American phenomenon -- -- know games but as far as the video games as a training ground.
For real racing you know it's funny even a couple years ago racecar drivers didn't want to admit.
That it worked.
Yeah I think I've played him and it's not real but now I hear more drivers saying yeah if I'm going to a new track they have never been to -- -- -- the GT 500 bring in other fours and -- -- that track now again you know you don't get the dynamic spirit you don't have -- -- -- -- living -- playing these games.
But to pick up those lines and to pick of the visual cues it really start to -- Well the obviously the simulators have got better and better and things like F one racing rules -- eliminated.
The money spent on testing so what the teams do but huge simulators like the Red -- videos -- you -- before races.
Aren't you can help you online.
If the dynamics of short of the cart it helps when set up so.
There -- reality of racing and you're actually write the next part is being able to translate that to the real world I'm curious.
Does he sit in the car and pretend -- video to -- the fear factor away because the first phenomenon -- -- why contrite in the game and just reset I can try it.
-- in a car back and -- today yep down on her.
It's in the real world unfortunately although with the safer cars -- you don't crash my impression million dollar -- That's kind of like a recent that's.
Whole -- -- of how drivers have -- crashes but go ahead you know real quick Formula One we mentioned before you know -- been trying to cut costs there.
Outlets in new rules as far as the technology is concerned -- to be switching to four cylinder engine one point six liter four cylinder engines maybe maybe not.
I'll we'll see what happens with that -- but the big thing there has been trying to cut cost.
I have that this little interesting story here the 22 year old daughter Bernie Ecclestone has -- guy who runs Formula One they still runs it today she's buying it 150.
Million dollar house that's occurred there were burning a little taller than her father I think she's playing 115 million dollar house from the state of Aaron Spelling out in California the most expensive home I think ever sold.
Formula trying to cut costs.
Do all right you think this shows daughters give a 150 million dollar house.
It is a problem with a business yeah it's too easy to pick on -- but I've never heard him talking about cutting fees and licensing rights.
Yeah every other expense but that one half half.
It's crazy stuff even crazier than that you know we -- the super cars.
Interesting new super car showed up here in the United States maybe next year regulator this year -- -- judge orders can be coming your Richmond and -- is going to be bringing this here.
You know an addiction because you think Italy giving Germany started in Japan right even -- American with a Corvette.
You don't think Denmark.
No you don't doubt that maybe you should serving -- this is the zen though ST one.
It is pretty quick car took a 63 seconds top -- limited to 233.
Miles an hour 11100 for horse power seven liter Turbo supercharged.
Danish super car that's a -- local garden.
At one point eight million dollars.
And that's a special edition the normal one is one point 12 so hearts -- We think about this could be a big hit in the United States that if you're gonna bring -- say fifteen or eighteen greens here.
Yeah I think they're building fifteen every year.
You know it's clearly one of those cars for someone who wants to make 80 my god I'm different than everyone else statement.
I I don't really know what to hide behind it I'm curious to see it I think they've run that they've got a video running around Abu -- so.
-- traders know that these people have to buy new one point eight million dollar cars that don't exist yet does this have to be part of a stable but one point eight at some point in time.
You start to.
The one thing I like about that there was you know you've got to do Gotti leveraging and all -- the -- being built by big major corporations now Volkswagen.
Porsche is now part of the Volkswagen.
And -- well and all too so.
I kind of miss that crazy 1980 super car which is -- -- by one increasing -- at a billion dollars and deciding wanna make some progress until -- out there right now that you get the United States and the speicher and the next crazy guy went what's up.
But -- I can only these sorts of things the -- -- the Pentagon is which is also got -- here next year the number of which is actually the most ridiculous of the law thank you.
But still you know I like that that still out there but these guys can still this little cottage industry of super cars you know one point eight million dollars for that as opposed to a -- -- which you know is bulletproof compared -- something about it from some company in Denmark.
-- nevertheless though you know I just miss the days when I got in the car and I just didn't know.
But it would explode if I don't feel that -- -- anymore you like crash it real feeling its just gonna disintegrate while you're driving down the road whatever the.
They do whether it's a project 56 cars electric power.
Never take away the visceral part.
Of the excitement of cars and I guess that's part of that you know I'm not gonna get in the head.
Of people that that.
Want to build cars like this and build a company around cars like that but if there's if there's something unique.
If it feels different.
Heck -- where Colin Chapman came from and and all that turned out to be good stuff so more power to them.
-- didn't buy these cars for the performance you know there's a new study -- of your business that was done by rice the university of Texas San Antonio in the university.
Of Minnesota that -- that the reason most guys buy porsches.
These portion in the study at -- specifically is surprise surprise to meet women and particularly to meet.
Because not about having a relationship also they found that women actually look -- guys with a Porsche.
They give them a sexual fashion as far as real quick he's concerned.
Maybe not for long term commitment.
This is why.
Men still by forces and the and the interesting thing about this is women don't buy them for that reason a woman by the portion to drive it a man buys a Porsche to attract women peacock what they call -- And and and how much money was spent on this revelation probably won't point eight million dollars and because of all of those cars -- Are you wanted to add to this value -- hit it to me it's unfortunately obviously.
And thank god that now that I'm married and I don't have a Porsche brochure I don't have to explain myself.
But I don't I got nothing.
You know what point eight million dollars -- to set I mean it got -- good PR for rice the university San Antonio and the university of Minnesota and nothing else is better than the Russian company that was doing whale penis for leather interior to get the PR.
That was a fantastic vehicle that was the ridiculous I humiliated and it came with a 200000 dollar bottle of occupy -- Don't -- -- dugout somewhere if you dig deep enough but you know it's about PR he had to do the crazy stuff which you can attract attention and don't make reasonable person who dealt with razor to get attention.
To sports car racing which we look so but they were here with -- more people need to -- watch sports car racing is good stuff I know it's an investment in time the races or four hours six hours twelve hours.
24 hours I'd like to see some two and a half hour sports car -- in just his you we have short attention -- that's what formula once a popular.
Hour and a -- at best on the track but somehow they turn -- into the biggest spectacle of the war the iMac and I'm not argue with you with that point about time there are shorter races for example when American -- was that Long Beach.
It was 75 minute something like that -- so you can find those moments in the season.
The bit more than just some people get the toe in -- and then explore the rest of it -- not like we're sitting in front of the TV for 24 hours a -- or spent fourteen hours in front of the TV and on Twitter the international Milan I will not tell you about the 25 our lives -- that we did thanks -- and a lot of that's a whole another story and got -- but the cars are cool and they are very good -- And the relevant and you might be driving some to let them.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I am looking forward to driving that car so please give me a call when it's on one of the tracks in the course where I counter -- lucky is video gamer.
There's skill involved but nevertheless.
Lucky guy and really looking forward to following his adventures.
In recent he's -- success was -- are -- -- the be doing all right a couple of years for Nissan is it's an exciting racing cars coming our way as well anyway next week fox -- report live if all goes well gonna come do you live from Monticello motor club.
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