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On the show today we are talking last night's racing at Merced, including wins for Kyle Larson and Justin Grant, plus Chase Elliott's sprint car debut. We've also got schedule news from FloRacing and USAC, and then we've got a big question for you to ponder over the Thanksgiving weekend.
The Roth Motorsports World of Outlaws ride has a new driver for 2022, and we'll get into that, plus who else will be full time Outlaws. We'll also preview tonight's USAC and sprint car action at Merced featuring Chase Elliott and Kyle Larson, plus talk the FloRacing Night in America Late Model schedule for 2022 and last night's iRacing World of Outlaws results.
In this episode, The Fire Brigade started off with a review of the final NASCAR race of the season and recapping driver, Kyle Larson's impressive championship win! Next, the team transitioned over to baseball to announce the winners of the end-of-season awards (MVP, Cy Young, Rookie of the Year, Manager of the Year) in the MLB. Then, the guys talked about the recent moves of Cam Newton going back to the Carolina Panthers and Odell Beckham Jr. finding a new home in LA with the Rams. Afterward, the crew talked about our mid-season impressions of the NFL so far. The show wrapped up with the Fire Brigade's analysis of last week's biggest games in college football and then previewed the biggest games in Week 12. If you enjoyed the show, please give us a follow on our Podbean page in order to tune in live next week. Also, follow us on Facebook or on Instagram to stay up to date about upcoming shows, contests, and more!
In the season finale of the podcast, Davey chats with NASCAR Cup Series champion crew chief Cliff Daniels on the whirlwind that was Phoenix and the days following, the reality of being a Cup champion, working with Jimmie Johnson compared to Kyle Larson, why he felt compelled to learn dirt racing to work with Larson, ... Read more
The Hangtown 100 at Placerville Speedway starts tonight for the USAC National Midgets. We've got the championship battle to watch, plus Kyle Larson and Chase Elliott in the field. We preview the action, plus talk news from the United Rebel Sprint Series, POWRi, and talk Gio Scelzi as a potential future full time Outlaw regular.
And that's a wrap on the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series Season. For the first time on our podcast we introduce a new segment where we share our #RaceReactions as they happened during the last laps of the CHAMPIONSHIP Race at Phoenix Raceway (Nov 7). We then discuss the historic nature of Kyle Larson's Championship season - capped with 10 wins in the Cup Series and a redemption arc for the ages. In tribute to the newest MARVEL Cinematic Universe entry, Eternals - Sebastian will connect star Gemma Chan to NASCAR in less than 6 degrees of separation. Finally, we reminisce on what was one of our finest years yet with our favorite family sport. Thank you to everyone that has taken time to listen to our podcast throughout this season. We look forward to returning for Season 3 in February 2022! (00:15) *New Segment* #RaceReaction - we give our reactions to the last 10 laps of this year's championship race - as it happened. (11:00) #RaceRecap of Season Finale 500 at Phoenix Raceway (Nov 7) (25:00) We discuss our thoughts about the unique nature of NASCAR playoffs (33:15) Heading into the NASCAR offseason - what do racefans have to look forward to? (35:20) Johann recaps some of the bigger changes to teams, drivers and the broadcast of NASCAR (40:54) #6DegreesofNASCAR - Sebas connects MARVEL Eternals star Gemma Chan to NASCAR in less than 6 degrees of separation (43:52) What will the offseason look like for the Let's Go Racing Family? Don't forget to send us your questions or comments: Letsgoracingfamily@gmail.com Social Media: #LetsGoRacingFamilyPodcast #NASCARpodcast #FamilyPodcast #LetsGoRacingFamily #RacingPodcast #RacingThroughLife #RacePicks #6DegreesofNASCAR #IamNASCAR #NASCAR #NASCAROffseason Follow us on your favorite social media platforms: - Facebook: @LetsGoRacingFamily - Instagram: @LetsGoRacingFamily - Twitter: @LetsGoRacingFam - TikTok: @LetsGoRacingFamily
And *poof* the 2021 NASCAR season has come to a close. Davey is back from Phoenix and recaps the Championship 4 weekend festivities that saw Kyle Larson earn his 10th victory of the season and first career Cup Series title. He speaks on why second chances are a good thing, the Cliff Daniels/Larson marriage that may be lethal for years to come, the other drivers coming up short and more. Plus, Daniel Hemric and Ben Rhodes earned championships of their own in the Xfinity and Truck Series, respectively. Davey breaks down Hemric's pursuit of that elusive victory, the race-winning move on Austin Cindric and his backflip celebration. Rhodes' press conference may have been more memorable than his race, thanks to his new "Bud" and champagne. But both drivers, despite not being dominators over the course of the season, were deserving champions, as Davey explains. Papa Segal pays homage to a legend who may have the most nicknames in NASCAR history, Davey hits on Lug Nuts including silly season news, crew chief suspensions, the Busch Light Clash format and more.
From Daniel Hemric's fairy-tail Xfinity title, to Kyle Larson writing a final chapter in his redemption story, Matt talks it all here.
We are back in the saddle today looking in the rear view at World Finals, including some news items and observations. USAC is headed to the Western World at Arizona Speedway and will preview the event and talk championships. There is also big money late model racing on tap this weekend at Senoia and Las Vegas, and we talk about Kyle Larson's 2021 season.
Episode 220: Kenny and Rene talk about the 2021 finale of the NASCAR season. The talk about Kyle Larson's dominating 2021 season. They also talk about some of the moves heading into the Next Generation Car. Then Kenny and Rene will give their closing thoughts of the 2021 season. #AllTurnsNoBrakes
Kyle Larson completes an amazing season with a NASCAR Champsionship! Timmy saw an interesting conspiracy theory about it! We'll talk about the final race and look ahead to next season. Will we back for the 7th season of the Wicked Fast Podcast? Only time will tell... Be safe, @Lungboy & @TimmyG @WickedFastPdcst on Twitter, @WickedFastPodcast on Insta or Like the Wicked Fast Podcast on Facebook Please join our NASCAR Fantasy League! You know you want to Subscribe on iTunes! You can also subscribe on Google Play or Spotify. Click for more info about the Wicked Fast Podcast Check out Timmy G's Celtics Podcast - Banner Banter Podcast Find more great podcasts at bPodStudios…The Place To Be For Podcast Discovery
A Lifetime in NASCAR features NASCAR historians Ben White and Jerry Bonkowski taking a look at the current events of NASCAR through the lens of the past. What was Silly Season like in the golden age of NASCAR? How would NASCAR Reddit have reacted to NASCAR's greatest moments of the 90's? Join these historians as they tackle the NASCAR timeline from an all-new perspective.
It's a special "Championship Roundtable" edition of "Authenticated," the Die-cast Collector's Podcast from Lionel Racing. Our Lionel Racing team members recap all the excitement of NASCAR Championship Weekend at Phoenix Raceway and celebrate the three first-time NASCAR Champions crowned after three dramatic season-ending races. We also debut some new Lionel Racing “Fresh Paint” die-cast offerings, plus we're offering up LionelRacing.com gift cards with a social media giveaway using #AuthenticatedFan on Twitter and Instagram.
In which our heroes analyze the outcome of the 2021 NASCAR championship race before detailing the yearlong highlights, lowlights and potential fixes for the future on behalf of Kyle Larson, Chase Elliott, Denny Hamlin and Martin Truex. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Kyle Larson wins the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series Championship - what will his legacy be? We talk Championships, drunk press conferences, complex Coliseum rules - and more on the show! The Rundown:- Cup Series Championship - Kyle Larson wins- Championship 4 drivers - how they finished- Is anyone a better overall driver than Larson right now?- What does Kyle Larson do next? He can make a difference as a Champion - will he?- Xfinity has a crazy title race, the Trucks have a tipsy one- NASCAR News:- Dover Motorsports sold to SMI - why it is a big deal- Clash at the Coliseum Format - how many rules can you have?- Front Row Motorsports hanging in for another year- Most Popular Driver voting open...who do you think will win?Find all of the latest episodes at InTheDraftShow.com, follow on Twitter and Instagram @InTheDraftShow - and like the show on Facebook at facebook.com/InTheDraftShowThanks for listening!
Listen in as Kyle Larson takes win #10 of the season,and the 2021 Nascar Cup Series Championship Crown. Also,Hard Hits were shown throughout the race from various drivers,so the accidents were some hard impacts.
On the 2021 season finale, T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft and Brett Griffin are back from NASCAR Championship Weekend at Phoenix Raceway with plenty to say. Along with co-host Hannah Newhouse, they discuss how each title race played out and chat with two new champions – Xfinity Series winner Daniel Hemric and the Truck Series' Ben Rhodes. Freddie's season with Bubba Wallace faced an early end after a wreck on Lap 8 during Sunday's race. Hear from Freddie about how the No. 23 ended up being collateral damage. Then, the gang starts with the Truck Series championship race and John Hunter Nemechek's defeat. Hear about the No. 4 truck's early mistake, questionable decision making later in the race and what this loss may teach Nemechek. The Cup Series championship ultimately was decided by a late caution that brought all four title contenders down pit road. Should a caution have been called for the debris from David Starr's car? How would have the race played out if it stayed green? What do the guys think about a pit stop ultimately determining the champion? They share their thoughts on how everything unfolded and provide insight on an industry secret concerning lug nuts. Plus, they discuss how Kyle Larson ultimately pulled off the biggest victory of his career. Each series' champion is decided by the season finale each season. Is that the best way to determine who the sport awards the title of champion? The guys debate the idea of a single race championship and propose alternate ideas on how to determine the top team after an entire season. Tony Stewart called Kyle Larson the best race car driver he has ever seen after Larson's dominant season. The guys discuss the impressive list of accomplishments Larson achieved this year to earn that kudos and what it means coming from Stewart. Sunday marked the final race in the Gen 6 car era of the Cup Series. Find out what Denny Hamlin's crew chief Chris Gabehart had to say about the artistry of the sport dying with this car and why it has the guys sad to see it go. NASCAR President Steve Phelps said that fans who prefer a higher horsepower aero package are a “vocal minority” and that the data suggests “we have better racing right now than we've had arguably ever.” Does the crew agree with those bold statements? They dissect his comments and the direction NASCAR is headed in with its on-track product. Ryan Newman raised safety concerns about the Next Gen car at Phoenix and it surfaces a broader concern for the group regarding driver representation in the sport. Hear why they think if the new car is any less safe than the current car, it's unacceptable. Plus, they share why drivers need to have a seat at the table when NASCAR makes big decisions. Next, Daniel Hemric joins the show to talk all about winning his first career NASCAR race and championship all on the same night. Hear about his celebrations from the past few days, his mindset making a Dale Earnhardt-esque move on Austin Cindric at the line, and the bet he helped Bubba Wallace win with Michael Jordan. From one champion to the next, Truck Series' title winner Ben Rhodes joins next. He shares about how he made the right moves to secure the title, what he remembers about his legendary alcohol-influenced post-race press conference, and how getting rid of T.J. as his spotter elevated his performance. In Reaction Theatre, T.J. reveals his 2022 spotting plans, a Fireball challenge is proposed, Hamlin's haters weigh in, and the highlights from one intoxicated press conference are played. Lastly, a surprise to end the season as the inaugural DBC Year End Awards are presented by the boss, Mike Davis. Find out what critically acclaimed honors the gang earned in 2021 as they reflect back on some of the season's best moments.
An amazing season for Kyle Larson comes to a climax with a win in Phoenix and, oh yes, the Championship Trophy for 2021. Brett McMillan welcomes Jamie Little from Fox Sports and Tom Jensen of the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
In the wake of Kyle Larson's Cup title-clinching race at Phoenix, host Rick Houston re-introduces his revolutionary championship format. Trust us. It's something to behold. Our interview with former Bud Moore Engineering crew members Phil Thomas, Donnie Wingo and Harold Stott concludes this week, and they remember several different drivers who competed for the team and one in particular who butted heads with Bud. They also talk about the end of that incredible organization, and how difficult it was to leave. Rick and co-host Steve Waid then leaf through the May 20, 1993 issue of Winston Cup Scene, which featured coverage of Geoff Bodine's win at Sears Point for Bud Moore, which turned out to be the team's final win. Ricky Rudd finished second, and it was shades of 1991 when Ricky gave Geoff a shot on the last lap. This time, Geoff was able to keep going and win the race. There was also a last-lap skirmish between Kyle Petty, Davey Allison and Dale Jarrett that left Davey and Dale pretty hot under the collar. Finally, Rick Wilson finished eighth for Petty Enterprises, his best finish for that team.
Welcome everyone to another week of colliding the worlds of sports and comics on The Comic Bookies Podcast! This week we have plenty of new books to discuss over the last couple of weeks. Spider-Man gets a new poster, Bond is now up for rental, and we discuss the tragedy at the festival in Texas. And in sports, Kyle Larson is the king of NASCAR, the Warriors are on fire, and we all suck at picking NFL spreads in 2021. This episode has been brought to you by Treasure Island Comics in Fremont, CA. Check out the shop every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Follow them on IG and Twitter @ticomics. Follow us on all social media platforms @thecomicbookies. Email us at email@example.com. Subscribe/follow our YouTube and Twitch channels for all the latest videos, shorts and live streams. We love you all 3000!!
In this episode, we talk about NASCAR's championship weekend from Phoenix Raceway and our three new NASCAR champions — Ben Rhodes in the truck series, Daniel Hemric in the Xfinity Series and Kyle Larson in the Cup Series. We talk about the news of the week and get everyone ready for the 2022 season. Thanks to everyone for listening! Show notes at www.thesuperspeedway.com.
This week on Trackside, 2016 Indianapolis 500 winner Alexander Rossi joins Kevin and Curt in-studio for the first part of the show. The guys preview the upcoming Petit Le Mans at Road Atlanta this weekend. Rossi gives his thoughts on the Andretti to Formula 1 rumors and what it could have meant for the Andretti Autosport IndyCar team. We also ask Alex about Colton Herta's potential move to F1 and the pros and cons of racing in F1. They discuss the changes to the Andretti IndyCar lineup, with Romain Grosjean and Devlin DeFrancesco joining the team. They relive the viral moment between Helio Castroneves and Rossi at the season finale at Long Beach and if he would welcome a “Drive to Survive” type documentary series about IndyCar. Rossi gives his thoughts on bumping in IndyCar races outside of the Indy 500 and if full-time entrants should have a protected qualifying spot in May. Later in the show, Kevin and Curt discuss the Racer.com report that Kyle Kirkwood will race for A.J. Foyt Racing in 2022 and the potential long-term future for the 2021 Indy Lights champion. They discuss the star-studded rookie class for next year's Indy 500, including Jimmie Johnson and the possibility of NASCAR Cup Series champion Kyle Larson giving the 500 a try. Dr. Nasser Hanna from the Indiana University Simon Cancer Center joins us in-studio for an exciting sponsorship announcement with Jackson Lee. To close out the show, Kevin and Curt take listener questions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Mike Davis sit down with NASCAR driver Austin Dillon and Dr. Eric Warren, Director of NASCAR Programs for Chevrolet, for a candid discussion about the NASCAR Next Gen car that is set to launch in 2022. This new racecar marks the beginning of a new era in NASCAR. With the new chassis comes a pile of questions, uncertainty, fear, and doubt. Earnhardt and Davis waste no time addressing the big topics of concern about the newly designed chassis. Warren, who spearheaded much of Chevrolet's involvement in the development of the Next Gen car, brings us inside the decisions and the intricate details from development to production of this state-of-the-art machine. Dillon, well, he's been behind the wheel of the Next Gen in test sessions. He brings a unique perspective from the driver's seat of the new-age stock car. Speaking of stock... this thing sure looks stock! Chevrolet and Richard Childress Racing brought one of the sleek Next Gen cars to the Studio so the gang could see it first hand. Warren and Earnhardt discuss the importance of the design and the street look of this Camaro racer. The testing of the Next Gen car hasn't been 100-percent smooth. A crash by William Byron early in testing helped the design team learn about the behavior of the new design. What happened during the wreck and how did the car react to the heavy impact? Is the racecar too rigid? Warren addresses the rumor mill surrounding the Talladega crash test and talks about the changes in development that are designed to lessen the impact on the driver. Dale Jr. tested the NASCAR Next Gen car at North Carolina's Bowman Gray Stadium. He shares his experience with Dillon and the two bring their thoughts from the cockpit to the table. Is the steering lock an issue? What is it like to drive with a sequential shifter? What about the limited split differential? And are their legitimate concerns of extreme cockpit temperatures, that at one test session reached a sweltering 170 degrees, an issue that is being resolved? Dillon also gives Dale Jr. first-hand accounts of how the Next Gen car will perform in the draft at the Superspeedways. No questions were left off the table, including a curious inquiry by Dale Jr about a possible Hybrid future in NASCAR competition. Before our guests arrived, the DJD gang breaks down the finale at Phoenix. Was Daniel Hemric's walk-off title-winning first career win possibly his last? How powerful was the emotion of Kyle Larson's victory lap? We also learn that Dale Jr has an affinity for things from the '80s. Well Duh? He details his stay in a popular Phoenix-area hotel and the rockin' sunset that made him feel so warm and fuzzy. In AskJr presented by Xfinity, Dale Jr. discusses Speedway Motorsports Incorporated's purchase of Dover Motorsports Inc and what it could mean for Dover and Nashville. We also talk about Carolina Panthers' player Jeremy Chinn's Dale Jr. tribute, Dale's role in the movie Cars, and what he really thinks about the NASCAR playoff format. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Reacting to the latest appearance by Aaron Rodgers on the Pat McAfee show, Doug points out that the tone Rodgers used was a bit more submissive and conciliatory, but he is sticking by his original message and he is not apologizing for it. NASCAR series champ Kyle Larson joins Doug to talk about winning the series for the first time and winning 10 races this past season. Plus, Dan Beyer takes Doug through the Tuesday edition of "The Press". Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Listen & subscribe to more FOX Sports podcasts: http://sprtspod.fox/applepodcasts 00:00 Bears/Steelers recap 10:34 In Or Out? 19:44 Fast Break 34:01 OBJ to the Seahawks? 43:09 Kyle Larson joins the show 48:36 Stories to Start Your Morning Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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 … and how Larson came around on NASCAR (13:00); is Kyle Larson the best race car driver in the world? (16:30); dreaming about a Kyle Larson-Lewis Hamilton matchup (18:30); the decision by Rick Hendrick to allow Kyle Larson so much dirt racing (21:30); will Larson's success spark a trend of Cup teams allowing their stars to moonlight more often? (24:00); putting a bow on the other contenders' seasons (28:00); how the Next Gen car affects the outlook of Hamlin and the entire Cup Series entering 2022 (32:00); how will teams redeploy their staffing into new departments? (34:30).
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Today on The Fast Lane with Ed Lane - Ed and Trey Lyle give their thoughts to Kyle Larson Racing winning the Championship - Michael Massie (Frontstretch) joins to gives his thoughts on #Championship4 - Kenny White Sports handicaps the opening night in CBB and upcoming week in CFB.
Kyle Larson 2021 NASCAR Cup Series Champion. Post Race Interviews with Championship 4 drivers Martin Truex Jr., Denny Hamlin, Chase Elliott, U.S. Vice President of Performance and Motorsports for Chevrolet, Jim Campbell, Championship Winning Crew Chief Cliff Daniels, Championship Winning team owner Rick Hendrick, and 2021 NASCAR Cup Series Champion Kyle Larson.
The NASCAR Cup Series championship on Sunday (Nov. 7) at Phoenix Raceway came down to a final round of pit stops, and Kyle Larson's crew turned in lightning-fast service to springboard him to the lead, as well as the eventual race win and championship. With 10 wins on the season and overall dominance from the ... Read more
We go out to the dessert in Phoenix where NASCAR sees a champion this week. Will it be the most anticipated Kyle Larson on a historic comeback season? BUT WAIT...THERE'S MORE!! Before we get into that, Tony Donahue from the TonyD Podcast and Adam Jividen, Super Browns fan and Super Buckeyes fan and CFB co-anchor and all around cool dude joins us for some football talk. The NBA is back and we will begin to talk about champtionship weekend for NASCAR. And we will get Adam's take on the Browns and ODB. And then, the namesake of our title, Steve Wilson, editor in chief of SpeedwayDigest.com and our official NASCAR contributor joins us to breakdown NASCAR championship weekend. Finally, Ed Kracz, beat writer for the Philadelphia Eagles and SI.com walks around the league with us from the big win on Thursday of the Indianapolis Colts to the Bolts coming into Philly and the Love in Green Bay. Be sure to call in at 917-889-8516. You don't want to miss this one...it's about to get good!
In which our heroes preview the NASCAR championship race, with deep analysis on Kyle Larson, Denny Hamlin, Chase Elliott and Martin Truex and an overview of Phoenix Raceway's track dynamics. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this episode of Life in the Fast Lane: Andy Lang and Rocky Atkinson offer their thoughts on Sunday afternoon's NASCAR Cup Series Championship from Phoenix Raceway. Kyle Larson, Chase Elliott, Martin Truex Jr and Denny Hamlin have advanced to NASCAR's final four. Who will lift the trophy on Sunday evening? Join the NASCAR betting experts from WagerTalk and Sportsmemo as they offer their thoughts on this weekend's NASCAR Cup Series Championship from Phoenix.
On this week's episode of "Authenticated," the Die-cast Collector's Podcast from Lionel Racing, we recap all the short track action from Martinsville and take a look at what is sure to be an exciting championship weekend ahead at Phoenix. Plus, NASCAR Authentics fans will be excited about two all-new product offerings. We officially unveil NASCAR Authentics Wave 8 for 2021, plus we introduce an all-new four-pack of NASCAR Authentics 1:64-scale die-cast, all in Liquid Color finish, that can only be ordered online through Walmart. We give a look at some "Fresh Paint" and share our “Last Lap Moments” of the week that was in NASCAR and die-cast collecting
Marty Snider and Dale Earnhardt Jr. discuss Alex Bowman's run-in with Denny Hamlin and victory at Martinsville as well as Noah Gragson's Xfinity Series win. Later, A.J. Allmendinger joins the show to talk about his Championship 4 appearance and Brad Daugherty comes on to double down on his pick of Kyle Larson for Cup Series championship. Finally, Mike Bagley jumps on to break down the fan outlook of the Bowman-Hamlin incident.
The Championship Finale is here as the NASCAR Cup Series heads to Phoenix Raceway on Sunday to determine who wins this year's title between Kyle Larson, Chase Elliott, Denny Hamlin, and Martin Truex, Jr. On this episode of Stacking Dennys, Jordan McAbee of FantasyRacingOnline.com and Nick Giffen (a.k.a. “RotoDoc”) of Fantasy Labs talk about:01:38 - Is Denny Hamlin NASCAR's biggest villain now?15:56 - Bad luck bets + Ryan Blaney is dead to Jordan28:23 - Denny Hamlin is a hack33:38 - How to bet the Phoenix Championship race with short odds & futures54:20 - We have practice and qualifying this weekend! How to analyze1:16:55 - Betting and Fantasy changes in 20221:26:40 - You need to get comfortable with losing1:34:15 - Phoenix Finale breakdown and preview
Details today about Chase Elliott and Kyle Larson racing on the dirt at Merced Speedway in California, plus we take a look at the 2022 World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series schedule and have news from Brent Marks.
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 knocking Hamlin from the lead earlier? (11:00); an appreciation for Hamlin's mastery of Martinsville (14:00); the trials of Martin Truex Jr. and the No. 19 (18:00); Team Penske's misses (20:00); the strength of the Championship 4 (24:00); is Kyle Larson the championship underdog somehow? (27:30); will the earlier Phoenix race results be an adequate predictor for the finale (30:00); sizing up Hamlin's chances to break through (32:00).
Alex Bowman wins the Xfinity 500 from Martinsville Speedway. Post Race Interviews with Championship 4 drivers Denny Hamlin, Kyle Larson, Chase Elliott, Martin Truex Jr., Race Winner Alex Bowman and Race Winning Crew Chief Greg Ives.