A packed weekend of racing at Dover International Speedway and Indianapolis Motor Speedway is in the books. Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft break it all down along with co-host Casey Boat and producer Jason Schultz. The gang covers a much improved racing quality at the Monster Mile, Joey Logano wrecking Ricky Stenhouse Jr. early in Sunday’s race and Jimmie Johnson’s team making a gutsy call to gain spots late. The Cup Series is off to Daytona International Speedway to conclude its regular season. With the playoff bubble tight, the guys discuss how drivers and teams should approach the race. Is the strategy to ride around in the back or race up front? They debate that and why drivers should carefully choose who they help in the draft. The Indianapolis 500 finished under caution on Sunday. Was that the right call? The crew weighs in. It’s rumored that a celebrity owner is considering investing into a Cup Series team. Find out who it is and which team he’s eyeing. Questions loom about the future of NASCAR at Eldora Speedway. Hear why the guys think the Truck Series may not return. As Kyle Larson continues to dominate the dirt racing circuit, questions on if he’ll return to NASCAR resurface. Hear about what his future may look like. Plus, how T.J. would fare as a jockey in the Kentucky Derby? That answer and many more in this episode.
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