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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.

    Ryan McGee: A Sports Swiss Army Knife

    Ryan McGee: A Sports Swiss Army Knife

    ESPN’s Ryan McGee joins Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft to talk his life as a sports journalist, plus cover everything from the weekend at Bristol Motor Speedway.
    The long-time racing reporter shares about his family’s deep sports pedigree, his early days covering NASCAR and his special connection with Benny Parsons. He tells the story about the biggest interview of his career with Usain Bolt. Plus, he discusses his column from June on NASCAR’s ban of the confederate flag.
    Then, he and the guys dive into the first elimination race at Bristol. Kyle Busch had some choice words for Joey Logano after the race. T.J. shares his perspective of the late race moment and the culture of relationships in the NASCAR garage. Lapped cars were out of hand on Saturday night and the spotters dish on why something needs to be done about these ‘moving chicanes’ on the track.
    Four drivers have been eliminated from the Cup Series playoffs, including a surprise in Ryan Blaney. The gang points out missed opportunities from his season.
    Silly season is heating up and Bubba Wallace’s next move seems imminent. The guys drop some hints about a pending announcement and why it may allow Wallace to write his own history. Ross Chastain announced his move to the Cup Series in 2021 and the roundtable reacts, explaining why this could be make it or break it for his career.
    In #AskDBC, the guys question the playoff points structure and debate if it needs changing. McGee answers a question about the current sports media landscape and explains why NASCAR draws parallels to other leagues.
    Lastly, the spotting trio rants about condescending communication over the race director’s radio Saturday night at Bristol. 
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    Bubba Wallace: Betting on Myself

    Bubba Wallace: Betting on Myself

    Bubba Wallace joins T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin and his spotter, Freddie Kraft for a wide-ranging conversation covering his past, present and future. After announcing he’ll leave Richard Petty Motorsports at season’s end, he shares what it was like telling The King and the rest of the team. Wallace then discusses the opportunities in front of him. He candidly reveals that this will be his best shot at success yet and says that he’ll hang it up if he can’t perform well.
    Reflecting on his path to the Cup Series, the 26-year-old dives into his Truck Series success, Xfinity Series shortcomings and the move that led to his first Cup ride. It has been a busy year for Bubba and he talks about some cool personal moments, including a Zoom call with Magic Johnson and gaming with Lewis Hamilton.
    Plus, Wallace dishes on his aggressive restarts, opinion on the choose rule and how he understands his spotter Kraft’s auctioneer-like calls.
    The gang, including co-host Hannah Newhouse and producer Jason Schultz, then reacts to the weekend’s races at Richmond Raceway. They debate Saturday night’s Cup race with no natural cautions and why the tire used continues to be a problem. T.J. made an interesting comment over the radio when Joey Logano and Brad Keselowski were battling for the lead. He tells us what really happened and why spotters sometimes trash talk their drivers over channel two during the races.
    The first round of the playoffs will conclude this Saturday night at Bristol Motor Speedway. The crew shares their expectations, which drivers on the bubble they think have the best chance to advance and which are in trouble. 
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    • 1 小時 51 分鐘
    Pick Your Battles

    Pick Your Battles

    Darlington Raceway provided plenty of late race drama for Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft to cover after the first weekend of the NASCAR Playoffs. Martin Truex Jr. cost both himself and Chase Elliott a shot at the Southern 500 victory. Was Truex’s move justified and can Elliott be mad about it? The gang weighs in.
    A similar move in Saturday’s Xfinity Series race at Darlington has the crew asking where Denny Hamlin was going and why was he so desperate forcing his way in front of Ross Chastain. Clint Bowyer will be without his crew chief at Richmond. His spotter details the decision between accepting a suspension and losing points. NASCAR released a video comparing the playoffs to bocce ball. The gang discusses the great publicity for bocce ball and the confusion for the sport.
    Former NFL safety and big racing fan, Bernard Pollard Jr. is back on the show to share his reaction to the recent racing. Plus, he tries to understand the playoff system and makes comparisons to the NFL. Plus, he asks the guys about drivers changing teams and the gang makes him predict the next NASCAR and Super Bowl champions.
    In Ask DBC, the spotting trio reacts to the news that Auto Club Speedway will be converted into a short-track and the rumors regarding the future of Germain Racing’s No. 13 Cup team. Also, hear why the penalty Ryan Blaney’s team received on Sunday may not have resulted from a mistake as the team claimed.
    Hannah Newhouse is back as Casey Boat finally had her baby. Newhouse talks racing with her new sponsors, Griffin and Kraft. DBC also received a special gift and opens it live on the show. 
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    • 1 小時 59 分鐘
    Blake Shelton: Clint Bowyer's Biggest Fan

    Blake Shelton: Clint Bowyer's Biggest Fan

    It’s the biggest episode in Door Bumper Clear history as superstar entertainer Blake Shelton joins the show. T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft and his long-time friend Brett Griffin cover everything, including his NASCAR interest, being a fan and friend of Clint Bowyer and what it’s like to be a performer right now. Blake shares stories from The Voice, how his dad’s interest in racing made him a fan and meeting Brett and Elliott Sadler. As someone who closely follows the sport, he dishes his opinion on today’s racing and the playoff format. Plus, he puts Brett on the spot, asking what’s next for Bowyer. And he leaves us with a new theme song.

    After a wild weekend of racing at Daytona, the gang covers Tyler Reddick’s big block and Ryan Newman’s comments, the dramatic final laps of the Cup race and Jimmie Johnson missing the playoffs. In Friday night’s Xfinity Series race, a last lap crash between leader A.J. Allmendinger and Ross Chastain created tension. The guys debate who was at fault. The Rookie of the Year battle in the Cup Series has been decided 10 weeks ahead of the finale. Should it be that way? The crew weighs in. Now it’s off to the Cup playoff opener at Darlington Raceway and the gang couldn’t ask for a better round of tracks to begin the post-season.
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    Play to Win the Game

    Play to Win the Game

    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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    Hand In the Man Cards

    Hand In the Man Cards

    Following the first-ever NASCAR race weekend on the Daytona International Speedway road course, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft are heated and ready to discuss the weekend’s action. Joey Logano and Bubba Wallace were involved in a last lap incident. Now their spotters debate exactly what happened. Four of the top Cup Series drivers agreed to take it easy into Turn 1 on Lap 1 and that didn’t sit well with our crew. Fans voiced their frustration with the weekend’s broadcasts and the guys react to the show ending early on Sunday. After Saturday’s Xfinity Series race, Justin Allgaier confronted A.J. Allmendinger. Find out who was in the right and who was in the wrong. Did NASCAR not approve sports car racing ace Jordan Taylor to compete in a stock car this weekend? Hear the rumor and the reaction. Chase Elliott is becoming a road racing ace. Does Hendrick Motorsports have a trick up their sleeve? Learn about the Hendrick Motorsprots Track Attack. Find out who did their homework over the weekend and takes the crown in Xfinity Fast Lane led by co-host Casey Boat. Lastly, hear what Freddie remembers from his birthday celebration last week and how someone ended up through a table.
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