Tyler Reddick – finished 11th: “I think Richmond Raceway is one the most challenging tracks on the circuit, but my No. 8 Cat Rental Store team did a great job tonight helping me find my rhythm and build a strong run out there with our Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE. Not having any practice here for my first Cup start, it took me a little bit of time in the first stage to figure out the best way to get around here with the balance I had in our car. My whole team did a good job of analyzing the SMT data available to us in real-time and relaying to my spotter, Derek Kneeland, on what I needed to be doing differently on track to gain spots out there. That data really did help and made a ton of difference in our night. Between that feedback and the changes we made during our pit stops tonight, I was able to become more confident in the car and run harder with each run of the night.” … [Read more...] about What drivers said after Richmond playoff race
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Iceland’s job announcement follows similar moves from rivals, hoping to benefit from the accelerated move to online shopping. Before lockdown the grocer had a minor online operation, compared with some of its competitors. But since then orders have soared four-fold. … [Read more...] about Iceland creates 3,000 new jobs to cope with online grocery demand
Iceland's David Devany said: “We’ve been blown away by the demand for deliveries over the past six months with a four-fold increase in online orders since the beginning of lockdown. … [Read more...] about Iceland creates 3,000 new jobs as it launches delivery trial with Uber Eats
“The myth is that the long-haul truck driver is the cultural evolution of the free-range cowboy from the 19th century,” says Murphy. “In fact, trucking is one of the most regulated industries in the United States. Every move the trucker makes is tracked by a computer. We have logs we need to keep every time we stop, pull over, take a leak. The truck’s speed, braking, acceleration is all recorded. This is not a cowboy on the open range. This is more like 1984 than 1894.” … [Read more...] about End of the road: will automation put an end to the American trucker?
Michael Schumacher: A Formula One legend turns 50 No angel Schumacher occasionally stepped out of line on the track. In the last race of 1997, he turned into Jacques Villeneuve's car as the Canadian attempted to overtake him. Damage resulting from the crash forced Schumacher to retire but the four points Villeneuve earned for finishing third gave him the drivers' title. The FIA subsequently disqualified Schumacher for the entire 1997 season. … [Read more...] about Sports news feed: Kylian Mbappe tests positive for coronavirus
However, as van der Linde himself admitted, winning the race was “the last thing on my mind” when he lined up 14th on the grid for the second race on a damp Assen circuit. BMW had struggled to match Audi on one-lap pace at the Dutch venue, with the marque’s top qualifier Jonathan Aberdein lapping four tenths slower than polesitter Rene Rast in sixth. … [Read more...] about How last-to-first win put a spotlight on BMW’s rising star