Utilizing NASCAR on NBC personalities, NASCAR America Motormouths reviews races and looks ahead to on-track action. Current and past drivers will join weekly, covering NASCAR from all angles! Plus fans will get to contribute to the show too.
Kevin Harvick's Michigan win makes Pete Pistone eat crow
The Motormouths crew talks about Kevin Harvick breaking his winless streak at Michigan, including Pete Pistone admitting he was wrong about "The Closer."
Driver etiquette; Todd Gilliland fresh off top-10 finish
Motormouths chats about driver etiquette, discusses Kurt Busch's upcoming absence, catches up with Todd Gilliland and more.
Reddick’s memorable win; Chastain detour could force change
Harrison Burton reviews his "wild ride," Tyler Reddick explains the sensation of kissing the bricks in Indianapolis, and more on this edition of Motormouths.
Ty Gibbs set for second Cup start, what DQs mean for NASCAR
Nate Ryan, Kyle Petty and Dale Jarrett catch up with Ty Gibbs as he gets set to make his second career Cup Series start at the Indy road course and continue to sift through the fallout of Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch's disqualification at Pocono Raceway last weekend.
Denny Hamlin disqualified at Pocono, clashes with Chastain
Steve Letarte, Jeff Burton, and Dale Jarrett recap the M&M's Fan Appreciation 400 at Pocono Raceway, including Denny Hamlin's historic disqualification with Kyle Busch, and his ongoing battle with Ross Chastain.
NASCAR heads to Chicago; Stevens, Herbst join show
Marty Snider, Jeff Burton, and Nate Ryan react to NASCAR heading to the streets of Chicago in 2023, Christopher Bell's crew chief Adam Stevens joins the show to talk about this past week's win and Xfinity driver Riley Herbst talks about putting NHMS in the rearview mirror.
It is very unfortunate about the rough times we are going through with the coronavirus but good news we will be running all 36 races this year even though shone have been postponed
2 star soap box
Two stars- they know their stuff, obviously, but I find I disagree with nearly every opinion they have on things that happen in racing. We don’t live in a perfect society, and the manner in which they expect drivers to act sets an unreachable bar. Then anyone acting below that imaginary threshold gets roasted. I’d go one star, but they do have knowledge. The soap box they seem to be on, and going on and on about how the different drivers should have responded more professionally blah blah blah, you’re representing the sport, blah blah. After listening for weekly for many months, I’ve had enough of the same soap box preaching. There’s lots of other podcasts out there. I’m onto those now.
Love the unscripted casual yet informative conversation and respect for differing opinions