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The confidence of crew chief Paul Wolfe heading into Joey Logano’s championship performance (1:00); Logano’s belief and how he might have leveraged it at Phoenix (3:45); the importance of wining at Las Vegas and other factors (6:00); the critical pit crew change for the No. 22 (7:45); why having a head start on Phoenix still is an advantage with th…
 
How and why Ross Chastain’s wild ride worked at Martinsville (1:00); previous attempts with similar maneuvers and the impact of the new car (3:00); what the move shows about Chastain’s evolution as a race car driver this season (5:00); why hasn’t this been tried before at Martinsville? (7:00); where does NASCAR go from here with the Phoenix champio…
 
How mentally draining was it for Kyle Larson to run the wall for three hours, and what it says about him, his career and the 2022 season (1:30); one of the best races of Larson’s career? (4:00); why running the wall at Homestead is different than Darlington (6:00); the positive impact of the Next Gen on Homestead racing (8:00); KP’s relationship wi…
 
A return to playoff normalcy (1:30); how Joey Logano put himself in position to win (3:00); the battle fort he lead with Ross Chastain (5:00); the strength of Chastain’s No. 1 pit crew (6:30); on the improvement of 1.5-mile tracks this season (8:30); Trackhouse Racing’s continued breakthrough (10:00); Ryan Blaney’s sudden ending to a solid day (11:…
 
Christopher Bell and Adam Stevens seize the moment (2:00); Kyle Larson’s huge disappointment (4:30); did he shoulder too much of the blame? (6:30); or just having an off year for an all-world driver? (8:30); the upside of Larson taking it so hard (11:00); the tribulations of Daniel Suarez (12:30); what it felt like to drive without power steering (…
 
Ryan Blaney vs. Chase Elliott (1:00); the usual cast of superspeedway characters (3:00); with new players Erik Jones and Michael McDowell (5:00); exploring the phenomenon of the end of stages becoming mini-race finishes (7:30); what to make of a relatively tame Talladega race – was it safety related? (9:45); dissecting Denny Hamlin’s choice on the …
 
Why KP thinks NASCAR should have called the race after Kevin Harvick’s wreck (1:00); “I’m not good with popping a tire every 35 laps. I’m not good with this car going into the wall” (3:15); who was to blame for the tire problems at Texas? (5:30); would shortening a 500-mile playoff race for safety reasons compromise its integrity in any meaningful …
 
How DJ knew there would be so many winners this year (1:00); Ross Chastain and Joey Logano on how much difficult it is to “peak” in the playoffs (3:00); and what DJ thinks that means for the future (6:00); how do teams save setup-related tricks for the playoffs? (9:00); DJ’s recent run of winning predictions (11:00); how the Next Gen car was expose…
 
The inner calm of Bubba Wallace and the new No. 45 team ahead of Kansas (1:00); why a looser Bubba Wallace might have resulted from earlier disappointments at Nashville and Michigan (3:00); how Kurt Busch still is playing a role in the No. 45 team (5:00); the concept of a split championship becoming a reality in Cup (7:00); and why that could be im…
 
How Austin Dillon navigated the massive wreck into the lead in a split-second decision (1:30); is it better to take the bottom in wreck-avoidance? (3:30); accelerating through the wreck (4:30); how Austin Dillon took the lead on Austin Cindric (6:30); how Cindric took things (8:30) and the wait by Dillon and the Chevys to make the move (9:30); Tyle…
 
On the postrace scene with Chase Elliott and Kyle Larson (1:30); and what it means for these Hendrick Motorsports teammates (3:00); why Parker sees merit to Larson’s view of the incident (4:30); Larson’s explanation (7:00); should Chase have taken the inside lane? (8:30); the Chase Elliott side of the story (10:00); why did Chase think he was racin…
 
On Kevin Harvick’s surge into championship contender … and how deep the No. 4 might go in the playoffs (1:30); why Michigan was a surprise but Richmond wasn’t (3:00); how Harvick has seemed different (in a good way) this season (5:15); and what that says about his faith and trust in Stewart-Haas Racing (7:30); the lack of execution for Denny Hamlin…
 
Did 15 winners ever seem possible to KP? (1:00); “the most dangerous man in motorsports” (3:00); what it meant that Harvick “controlled” the race to snap a long winless streak (4:30); how KP saw the former high school wrestler from Bakersfield, California, seize the race (7:00); how experience might have hindered Rodney Childers’ adaptation to the …
 
Thanking the co-host of the popular “Off-Track” podcast for moonlighting (0:30); general thoughts on IndyCar-NASCAR crossover both on track and in the booth (1:30); what it was like calling a NASCAR race vs. an IndyCar race from the same location and with many of the same staff (3:00): how Hinch prepared for calling the Xfinity race (4:30); on his …
 
General thoughts on Kurt Busch missing Pocono with concussion-like symptoms and acknowledging racing’s inherent dangers (1:30); the variables (and accompanying risks) that make racing different from other pro sports (3:30); why safety is a community issue (5:30); tracing the origins of the last safety revolution in NASCAR (7:15); reflecting on an e…
 
Setting up the Denny Hamlin-Kyle Busch disqualifications (1:00); DJ’s thoughts after the details came to light (3:30); providing some context on the new DQ era of the 21st century (6:30); should NASCAR be inspecting more cars with greater scrutiny after races? (8:00); NASCAR’s new message to the garage (12:00); the penalty of perception with a disq…
 
The backstory on Christopher Bell being the best of the Joe Gibbs Racing drivers (1:00); why CBell might get overlooked at Gibbs (3:00); is Bell the latest example of the strength of coming up through the dirt ranks? (5:00); on Bell asking for more silence from his team on the radio (7:30); how the driver-crew chief-spotter dynamic works (9:30); Bu…
 
The story of Chase Elliott’s mustache (1:00); Kyle’s recent sitdown with “The King” and Jeff Gordon about the 1992 season finale at Atlanta Motor Speedway (2:00); the “new” Atlanta Motor Speedway superspeedway racing (5:00); how it differs from Daytona and Talladega (7:30); hearing siren for Chase Elliott (10:00); and what the hometown win means fo…
 
How Chase Elliott won the race starting with the restart in which he took the lead from Kyle Busch (1:00); a new way of approaching restart choice with Next Gen (2:30); Chase seals the deal (4:00); the difference between the critical restarts for Kyle Busch and Chase Elliott (5:30); Chase’s video game maneuver to gain eight spots in a lap (7:30); w…
 
Trackhouse Racing, the story of the 2022 Cup Series season so far (1:30); is it the culture or the car that is helping Trackhouse? (3:45); the impact of the Next Gen on hiring as it relates to education vs. experience (6:15): how the Next Gen is similar to assembling IKEA furniture but also (literally) much different (7:30); revisiting the Suarez v…
 
Daniel Suarez’s memorable first Cup win for Trackhouse Racing: Did seeing teammate Ross Chastain’s two wins wear on Suarez and crew chief Travis Mack? (2:30); Suarez’s bumpy road and long journey to Trackhouse (5:00); the importance of a driver’s confidence and how hard it is to maintain after being fired (6:30); the sacrifices and perseverance of …
 
What KP has been up to lately! Audiobook memoir (1:00); Dinner Drive, Season 2 (2:00); Kyle Petty Charity Ride with new NASCAR Hall of Famer Hershel McGriff (3:30); Ross Chastain’s surprising apology and what to make of it (5:30); why KP thinks Chastain could have been even less contrite (7:45); Justin Marks’ unapologetic defense of Ross Chastain (…
 
The 20-year transformation of Kurt Busch from being one of the most disliked drivers to one of the most respected (1:30); “Kurt Busch has made every race team a better team” (3:30); why DJ believes the Kansas win is bigger than Kurt Busch’s 2017 Daytona 500 victory (5:30); is Kurt Busch the most adaptable and versatile driver in NASCAR history? (7:…
 
Dissecting both sides of the controversial final lap at Darlington (2:00); Parker’s take on whether Logano’s decision to move Byron was fair (4:00); how did this compare to other famous Darlington battles like Busch v. Craven in 2003? (6:15); the selling point for NASCAR and its fans (7:30); tracing when the racing mentality gets ingrained (8:45); …
 
On what happened during the final lap from the perspective of Kyle Larson and Ross Chastain (2:00); A.J. on whether Chastain faked out Larson (4:45); the development of Ross Chastain into a more patient driver at Talladega (6:30); on the edge that Chastain still has to his driving – and that A.J. witnessed at COTA (8:30); “I thought about it at COT…
 
On if it matters when drivers “back into” wins (1:30); is it fair to criticize Busch for embracing this win while grumbling about Alex Bowman at Las Vegas? (4:00); aside from being No. 60 and continuing an 18-year streak, why this win meant something more to Kyle Busch (5:50); dissecting Chase Briscoe’s move on Tyler Reddick and why he made it (8:0…
 
William Byron’s great start continues with solving Martinsville (2:30); how William Byron is doing Kyle Larson things (4:30); do we need to talk more about Byron’s versatile greatness? (7:15); how does the success impact Byron being in a contract year? (9:15); and how might it affect his leverage and what he seeks in negotiations? (10:30); what hap…
 
Welcome back, DJ! How’s the new place in Phoenix and what do you think of NASCAR in 2022? (1:00); unpacking Richmond’s tire strategies and how difficult it was for William Byron and Martin Truex Jr. (3:00); on Byron feeling like a sitting duck in the lead on old tires (4:30); a 1-2 finish for Hamlin and Kevin Harvick that earned their first top fiv…
 
Was Ross Chastain’s winning move over the line or totally in bounds? (2:00); dissecting how Jeff Burton saw the final lap and why “I’m OK with that” (4:00); why late-race restarts can be more “embarrassing” on road courses (6:00); did AJA have reason to be miffed? (7:30); has the “win at all costs to make the playoffs” mentality evolved recently in…
 
KP’s overall impressions on the “new” Atlanta (1:00); do drivers’ voices need to be heard or will they be heard? (3:00); where he thinks drivers’ focus should be with new tracks and layouts (safety) 5:00; what’s tricky about the new turns (6:00); the “shut up and drive” philosophy (8:00); the “tax” that drivers have to pay in superspeedway racing (…
 
Seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson on how he’s been getting up to speed on Road Atlanta (3:00); how running IMSA still is helping Jimmie stay sharp for IndyCar (5:15); playing video games with 80 cars on track to prepare for darkness (7:30); on increasing his pace and drive time at Petit Le Mans after a disappointing Watkins Glen …
 
NASCAR on NBC analyst Jeff Burton on a true team effort for Kyle Larson (1:00); did teams err in downplaying the importance of qualifying? (3:30); why the race didn’t necessarily fall Larson’s way (5:45); the overwhelming superiority of the No. 5 (8:00): ranking Larson among greats such as Mario Andretti (10:30); how Burton came around on Larson … …
 
NASCAR on NBC analyst Steve Letarte on why the racing seems even more intense this year as the Round of 8 finale (1:00); why Steve didn’t like Denny Hamlin interrupting Alex Bowman’s burnout (3:30); an interesting analogy to the keyboard warriors (6:00); did Denny have a point? (8:00); should Bowman have gotten more credit for pulling over after kn…
 
Xfinity Series championship contender AJ Allmendinger on assessing his dream 2021 season and whether it’s his best ever (2:00); reflecting back on the NASCAR transition 15 years later (4:00); the “blur” of his early seasons between Red Bull, RPM and Penske (6:00); his biggest regret from the early years of his NASCAR career (7:30); the impact of Ro…
 
NASCAR on NBC analyst Dale Jarrett on his initial impressions of Kevin Harvick’s intentional wreck of Chase Elliott (1:30); why DJ is OK with Harvick’s move and how it’s different from Matt Kenseth wrecking Joey Logano intentionally at Martinsville in 2015 (3:00); was the timing of Harvick’s payback surprising? (4:30); would Elliott have been surpr…
 
Exploring the brief but very memorable history of the Charlotte Motor Speedway Roval through the voices of those who helped create and raced on the dynamic road course. --Joe Gibbs Racing winner Christopher Bell and Adam Stevens tour the layout and detail its appeal and challenges (3:30) --Inaugural winner Ryan Blaney and Aric Almirola recall their…
 
NASCAR on NBC analyst Jeff Burton on analyzing the initial contact between Chase Elliott-Kevin Harvick (2:00); why Harvick has plausible deniability in what Jeff says was a racing incident (4:30); why the rash of cut tires at Bristol? (6:30); the most interesting and compelling part of Chase’s interview for Burton (8:30); does Chase really need to …
 
In a sitdown about Sept. 11's impact on NASCAR, vice chairman Mike Helton recalls a difficult 2001 season already for NASCAR (2:00); the scene in Daytona as Sept. 11 began (4:00); the impromptu command center in Bill France Jr.’s office (6:30); taking care of NASCAR industry members scattered around the country (8:30); processing the emotions while…
 
NASCAR on NBC analyst Jeff Burton on sizing up the Daytona regular-season finale (1:00); putting maybe an unprecedented premium on points mattering in this race (3:30); another wrinkle: A new rules package for Daytona since February (4:30); the importance of the already heightened impact of manufacturer and teammate alliances (6:30); unpacking the …
 
NASCAR on NBC analyst Steve Letarte on evaluating the “State Fair” of Motorsports at Indianapolis Motor Speedway with the NASCAR-IndyCar crossover on the road course (1:00); making a Rolex 24 comparison (3:00); how about having an IndyCar-Cup doubleheader (4:00) … or even both series on track concurrently? (5:30); how the atmosphere compared to the…
 
NASCAR and NFL Hall of Famer Joe Gibbs and team president Dave Alpern on why Joe Gibbs Racing went years without a sign out front (1:00); the impetus for Dave Alpern’s book (3:00); Joe Gibbs’ thoughts on authorship and having something to say (5:00); how Dave Alpern became tight with the Gibbs family (7:30); what Gibbs saw early in Dave Alpern (10:…
 
The renaissance of Kurt Busch (1:30); is Kurt a better driver now than ever in his 21st Cup season? (3:30); what Kyle Busch and Ross Chastain said about their battle (5:30); Burton’s read? “They’re both right,” and here’s why (7:15); Kurt’s hearty endorsement of Ross’ actions (9:30); And why things would be different in the playoffs (10:30); did be…
 
NASCAR on NBC analyst Parker Kligerman on the eSports/iRacing eRacer.gg venture with Landon Cassill (1:00); the demand for iRacing events such as these remaining strong as the pandemic ebbs (3:00); the “euphoric moment” around motorsports and why it’s happening (4:30); the sales pitch for getting a “Drive to Survive” fan to NASCAR (6:30); drawing p…
 
NASCAR on NBC analyst Jeff Burton on revisiting the doubleheader concept (1:00); what can be transferred to other tracks and how? (2:30); how to keep fans’ energy up throughout the weekend (4:30); Burton’s case for bringing back more practice and qualifying (6:30); dissecting Kyle Larson’s masterful pass for the lead in Race 1 (8:45); whether it ma…
 
Chad Knaus, the vice president of competition for Hendrick Motorsports, on how much fun he’s had racing sports cars (1:00); the appeal of the cars (2:00); always on his bucket list (3:00); working with international drivers (4:30); the differences in the “cult” of IMSA vs. NASCAR (5:30); communication with multiple languages involved (7:00); Knaus’…
 
NASCAR on NBC analyst Dale Jarrett on the NASCAR Cup Series being back in Nashville (1:00); how the surface responded to rubber and racing (2:30); the Kyle Larson in 2021 comparison to Jeff Gordon in 1998 (4:30); making the most of a second chance (6:30); how running sprint and stock cars is making Larson a better driver (8:30); applying the homewo…
 
NASCAR on NBC analysts Jeff Burton and Steve Letarte on Kyle Larson’s amazing roll of excellence (1:00); the tough decisions team face on 2021 vs. 2022 (3:30); a comparison to Hendrick in 2007 (5:00); regular season recap from Burton and Letarte through 16 races (6:00); on Kevin Harvick’s slower start (7:00); on Richard Childress Racing’s improveme…
 
NASCAR on NBC analyst and NASCAR driver Parker Kligerman on how fast Kyle Larson was at Sonoma (1:00); the impressive feet of gaining 6 seconds in six laps on a leader (3:30); is it harder to drive well with a car that is so superior (5:30); what is making the Hendrick cars so good on road courses? (7:30); will the parts freeze and development rest…
 
The NASCAR on NBC Podcast examines the CART-IRL Split and the 1996 Indy 500/U.S. 500 in a 25-year retrospective that examines one of the most momentous events in IndyCar history. This narrative episode includes several interviews, including former IndyCar team owner John Menard, 1996 Indy 500 winner Buddy Lazier, former CART champion Jimmy Vasser, …
 
NASCAR on NBC analyst Jeff Burton on Hendrick Motorsports’ historic day (1:00); what made the performance even more impressive (3:00); Hendrick on the cusp of even more history (4:00); the validation of Rick Hendrick’s business practices and focus on people (6:00); how it feels now inside the walls of Hendrick (8:30); is Rick Hendrick the best in N…
 
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