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Door Bumper Clear is in its fifth year of bringing unparalleled insight from the world of NASCAR to its rapidly expanding fan base. Hosted by veteran spotters Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft, as well as industry insider Casey Boat, this podcast is an influential voice with a comedic, bold and transparent bent. Whether it’s recapping the previous race, reacting to rumors or engaging in debate, Door Bumper Clear is the go-to podcast for the edgy race fan.

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Door Bumper Clear is in its fifth year of bringing unparalleled insight from the world of NASCAR to its rapidly expanding fan base. Hosted by veteran spotters Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft, as well as industry insider Casey Boat, this podcast is an influential voice with a comedic, bold and transparent bent. Whether it’s recapping the previous race, reacting to rumors or engaging in debate, Door Bumper Clear is the go-to podcast for the edgy race fan.

    The Dog's Off the Leash

    The Dog's Off the Leash

    On the Season 5 finale, T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft return from NASCAR Championship Weekend at Phoenix Raceway to react to the title battles in the desert.
    T.J. and Joey Logano fell short of a second Bill France Cup, hear how T.J. describes their race and what they missed on. Plus, Brett shares details of how Clint Bowyer closed his Cup Series career in his final start on Sunday. Freddie has some breaking news that required a shirt unveil. Find out what his future holds.
    Chase Elliott overcame a last-place starting spot to win his first Cup Series championship. The guys, along with co-host Hannah Newhouse and producer Jason Schultz, discuss the crazy fast car he had and how he beat his competition. Slow pit stops cost Brad Keselowski a shot at challenging the No. 9 car, leaving the gang to emphasize the team aspect of racing.
    In the Xfinity Series race, a spin by Chase Briscoe to bring out a late caution has the guys raising their eyebrows. Plus, they react to Justin Allgaier losing the lead on the final restart and the role his teammate Noah Gragson played in the finish of the race. It leads to a debate about the role of teammates for the championship contenders.
    Similarly in the Truck Series event, a late yellow flag set up a wild restart to decide the title. Hear why the crew thinks the caution should lead NASCAR to reevaluate its driver approval process. Plus, find out what they though about Sheldon Creed’s crazy drive to the front.
    The haters are back in Reaction Twitter and in #AskDBC, find out why ‘9 damn acres’ is so funny.
    As the 2020 season draws to a close, the gang reflects back on how NASCAR handled the adversity in one of the most challenging years ever.
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    • 1h 47 min
    Game 7 Moments

    Game 7 Moments

    A shocking Sunday at Martinsville Speedway set the stage for NASCAR Championship Weekend at Phoenix Raceway. Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft react to all that happened at Martinsville. Plus, they prepare for a big weekend out west where Majors and Joey Logano will compete for a second championship, while Griffin and Clint Bowyer compete in the Cup Series together one final time.
    Chase Elliott won on Sunday to advance to his first Championship 4 but it didn’t come without some drama. The guys review the rescinded pit road penalty his team initially received and debate whether NASCAR made the right call.
    Kevin Harvick appeared as a lock for the championship race heading into the penultimate event of the season. However, a uncharacteristic poor performance shocked the sport and prevents the No. 4 team from racing for the title. The crew analyzes what went wrong and his last ditch effort on the final lap. Plus, why don’t fans seem to celebrate upsets like in other sports’ playoffs? They weigh in.
    The No. 9 team had some choice words for Joey Logano early in Sunday’s race. Logano’s spotter T.J. responds and discusses what it means heading into their title battle. Majors also shares insight into what he anticipates happening as Logano competes for his second championship.
    Clint Bowyer and Aric Almirola didn’t get along very well at the short track. Brett discusses the teammates trading blows and tells the story of how he led NASCAR to implement a ‘no touch policy’ on the spotters stand back in the day.
    Tony Stewart and Toyota’s David Wilson exchanged heated comments about their respective manufacturers’ driver development programs. The gang discusses the current state of developing young talent in NASCAR.
    Heading into Bowyer's final weekend as a Cup Series driver, he and Brett receive a special message from fans and a surprise guest to kick-off the show. Later, everyone shares their favorite Bowyer memories and stories.
    Lastly, championship picks are made as the spotters are onto the final NASCAR race weekend of 2020.
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    • 1h 49 min
    72 Hour Lead

    72 Hour Lead

    Rain may have delayed the Texas Motor Speedway Cup Series race by three days but it didn’t stop this week’s episode. T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft made it out of the mist and cover all that went down in the Lone Star State, along with producer Jason Schultz.
    The guys tell their tales of survival waiting out the rain delay and what they had to go buy. Kyle Busch won his first Cup Series race of the season on Wednesday. After the race, he expressed remorse for topping his teammate who needed a win to make the Championship 4. The guys react.
    In the Xfinity Series race, Harrison Burton ran down Noah Gragson in the final two laps to win. How did he do that and what went wrong for Gragson? Our spotting trio discusses. Justin Allgaier had some choice words for Ross Chastain. Were the comments justified? Plus, why is Chastain being so hard on himself? Griffin explains why it gives the driver of the No. 10 a bad look.
    A drama-filled Truck Series race led to numerous fights, wrecks and choice words. Majors explains what went down while spotting for Ben Rhodes and what he thought when Rhodes turned Christian Eckes into the wall. Which driver popped another post-race? You’ll find that out along with so much more.
    Big silly season news dropped including Kyle Larson signing with Hendrick Motorsports, Chase Briscoe getting in the No. 14 car and Erik Jones going to Richard Petty Motorsports. The boys analyze the news and predict how each will perform in their new rides.
    There’s plenty of more hate in this week’s installment of Reaction Twitter and an Xfinity Fast Lane question helps the guys create a new nickname for a male witch.
    With one race to go before championship weekend, the guys make Martinsville predictions and gear up for a short track showdown. 
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    • 1h 20 min
    Block Like Crazy!

    Block Like Crazy!

    Joey Logano and T.J. Majors took the victory Sunday at Kansas Speedway to advance to the championship race at Phoenix. T.J. describes the No. 22 team’s day and how he helped guide Logano to block Kevin Harvick in the run to the finish. Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft, reluctantly, give T.J. props and talk about how difficult passing was in the Cup Series race and the frustration it created.
    Chase Elliott’s team faced communication issues throughout the race. What’s it like when the spotter can’t talk to the driver and should the No. 9 team have been penalized? The guys weigh in and T.J. shares a similar experience.
    A massive wreck in the Xfinity Series race landed Anthony Alfredo upside down. Prior to the crash, Brett sent a controversial tweet about Alfredo and he explains it all right here. Find out why Alfredo’s moves on the track had heightened stakes behind them and what it means for his future. Plus, the crew talks about decisions being made for the Xfinity Series in 2021 and how the business of the series is changing.
    In the second installment of Reaction Twitter, T.J. learns that even if his team wins, fans will be upset. Freddie finds out fans think Bubba Wallace would be a better football player than race car driver. And Brett suffers the consequences of calling a guy out right before he flips in the race.
    Lastly in Ask DBC, the gang talks about pleasing both diehard and casual fans, Clint Bowyer’s relationship with the choose rule and Jimmie Johnson’s send-off. 
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    • 1h 40 min
    Spotting in the Rain

    Spotting in the Rain

    A wet and wild weekend at the Charlotte Motor Speedway ROVAL left plenty for Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft to cover as the NASCAR Playoffs roll on. The Cup Series raced on a wet surface for the first time since the 1950s and they react to unique challenge drivers faced. A hard-fought battle ended in playoff elimination for Clint Bowyer. His spotter Brett walks us through the ups-and-downs of the day and Bowyer racing with no power steering. Kyle Busch also saw his championship hopes fade away on Sunday. The guys, along with co-host Hannah Newhouse and producer Jason Schultz, explain how his season went wrong.
    The Xfinity Series raced in torrential downpours on Saturday and race winning spotter Freddie shares his experience spotting in the rain. Hear what his driver A.J. Allmendinger said about the conditions. Noah Gragson was upset with Riley Herbst after an accident racing for the lead. The crew responds to the choice words Gragson used towards Herbst.
    Silly season news broke everywhere last week. Our trio of spotters discusses the news of Clint Bowyer retiring, Alex Bowman going to the No. 48 car, Matt DiBenedetto getting another year in the No. 21 and Daniel Suarez joining Justin Marks’ new team. Plus, Brett shares what his future looks like after Bowyer’s announcement,
    After Brett blocked Twitter accounts live on the show last week, hear the boys read more mean tweets after Sunday’s race.
    In Ask DBC, Parker Kligerman makes an appearance and Championship 4 picks are made heading to Kansas Speedway to begin the Round of 8.
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    • 1h 34 min
    Let 'Em Race!

    Let 'Em Race!

    Talladega Superspeedway produced a wild playoff race on Sunday and T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft are back from their spotter perch high above the track to talk all about it. After NASCAR made numerous yellow line rule related decisions in the Cup race, the guys analyze the penalized moves. Should Denny Hamlin have won the race? Was Matt DiBenedetto’s penalty fair? Why did Chase Elliott’s penalty get rescinded? The crew debates all these, plus more.
    Joey Logano raced aggressively all day long and received two penalties for forcing another car below the yellow line. T.J. walks us through what happened and how it impacted the No. 22 team’s day. Bubba Wallace found himself up front for much of the race before two late race accidents. Freddie breaks down the strong day and what ended it. Jimmie Johnson said Clint Bowyer’s move that caused a big one was “the stupidest thing I’ve seen in my career.” Brett responds and explains what took Bowyer out of the race and put him in playoff bubble trouble.
    The 2021 NASCAR schedule includes major changes including the addition of road courses and a Bristol dirt race. The gang weighs in on what NASCAR got right, wrong and which races they are most looking forward to.
    It’s Charlotte Motor Speedway ROVAL race week and with more playoff eliminations ahead, our spotters discuss who’s safe and in danger, plus what to expect this Sunday.
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    • 1h 42 min

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