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  • 01:01

    Talking in Circles: Food City 500 Review, Heat Races in XFINITY, Truck News

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    On this episode of Talking in Circles we break down the Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway. Carl Edwards locked himself into the Chase and showed people that JGR is on a rail in the 2016 season. Matt DiBenedetto, Clint Bowyer, Trevor Bayne all had great runs- we discuss that. 


    We discuss that and the NASCAR XFINITY Fitzgereld Glider Kits 300 at Bristol, including the inagural race featuring Heat races. We'll discuss what we thought about the racing and what can be done with that. Erik Jones won the race and the money. 


    Also Ben Kennedy is out a ride in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series as he and Red Horse Racing part ways. What does that mean for the rest of the 2016 for Kennedy and Red Horse Racing? 

    Plus we take your phone calls at 917-889-8280. 

  • 00:30

    Talking in Circles: Interview with Paul Andrews 23 years later

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    On this special edition of Talking in Circles we talk to 1992 NASCAR Winston Cup Championship winning crew chief Paul Andrews about the life and career of Alan Kulwicki on the 23rd anniversary of his death. Andrews, who is now employeed by Cunningham Motorsports reflects on the 1992 championship run and discuss his memories of Kulwicki as it was to be his crew chief when they reached the pinnacle of stock car racing in 1992.

    April 1, 1993 will be a day remembered by all race fans and Andrews will talk about the good times the team had and whether or not he thinks Kuwlicki could have made it as an owner/driver long term in the sport.
     


    It's a special edition of Talking in Circles.

  • 01:21

    Talking in Circles – 102 – 2016 March Badness: Part Two

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    This week’s theme: Being  the Biggest Badass! Yes we are keeping our three year tradition going as we crown the 2016 Talking in Circles Badass champion. Before we get to that Greg and Dan give their thoughts on the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers comic, and Chuck is watching a ton of Netflix including the highly underrated Young Justice series.

  • 01:09

    Talking in Circles – 104 – Daredevil Season 2 Review

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    This week’s show is jammed packed with goodness. So much to talk about and so little time. Chuck begins with his thoughts on the Supergirl – Flash crossover, Greg revisits a childhood film for the first time in years, and we all give our take on the Rogue One: A Star Wars story trailer. After that we get into the meat of the episode as we review Daredevil Season 2. Did it live up to the hype of the first season? Listen and hear our thoughts.

  • 01:13

    Talking in Circles: Atlanta Review, Kyle Petty Talks Caution Clock,

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    On this episode of Talking in Circles we discuss the entire weekend at Atlanta Motor Speedway, the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 and Jimmie Johnson's 76th career win, tying him with Dale Earnhardt. 


    We'll talk about what we thought about the new rule package at Atlanta and whether or not the race was interesting or boring. Also we'll talk about what we think we'll see at Las Vegas this weekend. 


    Matt Kenseth had a well documented penalty on Sunday, which in part cost him the race. Plus his team did not communicate to him what happened. We'll break that down as well and who is really at fault for the incident. 


    The NASCAR XFINITY Series had a good race on Saturday that saw Kyle Busch run away with the race with a hard charging Kyle Larson in tow. 


    The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series used the caution clock for the first time this weekend and we had a major incident because of it. Two drivers hit the wall at extremely high speeds. We'll discuss what we think of that clock. 


    Also ratings for the Cup race were down significantly for the second straight week and the attendence for the race at Atlanta was not strong. What has happened to Atlanta and should we be worried about the future of the facility. 


    And we take your phone calls at 917-889-8280. 

  • 01:01

    Talking in Circles: Texas Review, Bristol Preview and JGR's Lugnuts

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    We discuss the Duck Commander 500 at Texas Motor Speedway. Was it a good race for the 1st night race of the season or did it need some work. 


    Also preview the Food City 500 at Bristol. 


    Also we talk about JGR's pit crew using only 4 lug nuts. Is that safe and are they shooting themselves in the foot? 


    Plus Kyle Busch became the 1st driver to sweep a weekend in back to back weeks since Harry Gant in 1991. What feat was more impressive? 


    Plus we take your phone calls at 917-889-8280. 

  • 01:06

    Talking in Circles: Martinsville Review, Texas Preview, TV Ratings Problem

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    We break down the STP 500. What did we think of the racing at Martinsville, who surprised us, who didn't and what can get better. 


    Plus we preview the Duck Commander 500 at Texas Motor Speedway this weekend. A Saturday night race for Cup, Friday night for XFINITY. Practice 1 for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series is over and we'll discuss that as well. 


    Also, NASCAR has come out and said they are concerned about the tv ratings and believe it is star power as the reason why the ratings and interest are down on all levels. Is that a valid excuse and what can be done to correct that? 


    Also we talk about Kevin Harvick's tweet confirming he IS moving to Ford in 2017 with Stewart Haas Racing. STOP the MADNESS. 


    Plus we talk about Brian Vickers. He said he is unsure of his plans after Texas. What should the team do vs. What will the team do....


    Cautions are down across the board in the Cup Series. Why? 


    Gray Gaulding has announced he has signed a development deal at Roush Fenway Racing and a new NASCAR XFINITY Series team will debut at Richmond with Caleb Holman and Chad Finchum driving for a team co-owned by former driver Eric McClure. 


    Plus we take your phone calls at 917-889-8280

  • 01:15

    Talking in Circles – 100 – PG Awful

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    This week’s theme: Keeping it 100! We are celebrating turning 100 and in honor of our celebration we are going back and playing our first and favorite game: Fact or Fiction! We dive deep into hard nosed topics like: Is any food a breakfast food if you eat it early enough? What is the best way to organize comics? And who really is ahead in the Comic book world? Before we get to that we also go over some Toy Fair news and speculate over if the release of new toys will help spoil upcoming summer blockbusters.

  • 01:00

    Talking in Circles: Martinsville Preview, Alan Kulwicki Tribute, All-Star race

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    We will preview the weekend at Martinsville and give you our picks to win and who could surprise you. Also we discuss why Martinsville is a fan favorite racetrack.


    We also will talk about Alan Kulwicki, 23 years ago this weekend he passed away in a plane crash. We talk about his legacy and whether or not he belongs in the NASCAR Hall of Fame.


    Also we discuss the All-star race. DW said he wants to see it at Bristol. We'll give our thoughts about that and what other changes we'd like to see for that race.


    Plus Martinsville Speedway is using the Matt Kenseth/Joey Logano incident as an advertising campaign. Is that right? Should tracks do that even though Kenseth was suspended?


    And we take your phone calls at 917-889-8280.

  • 01:30

    Talking in Circles – 103 – Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Review

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    On this week’s show we are talking about one of the biggest movies of the year in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. We talk about we what liked, what we didn’t like, and what we think the future holds for DC Movie universe.


     


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    Greg Beppler Twitter: @TheCreateForge


    Chuck Davis Twitter: @HeroicAgeChuck 

  • 01:01

    Talking In Circles: NASCAR's Charter System & Tony Stewart's Replacement

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    Tonight on Talking in Circles we discuss all things NASCAR and break down the Charting system in NASCAR as the owners have now become franchises. Who gets a charter and who doesn't and who will have to race their way into the 58th Daytona 500. 


    Also Brian Vickers has been mentioned as a replacement for Tony Stewart during Speedweeks 2016. We will discuss how we feel about that. 


    David Gilliland & Reed Sorenson have rides for Speedweeks 2016 as both have found non-chartered rides to drive in and will have to race their way into the Great American Race this weekend. 


    Also former NASCAR driver Lennie Pond passed away at the age of 75, passing away due to cancer. Pond won one career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race in 1978 at Talladega Superspeedway. We remember him. 


    Also in the XFINITY Series side of things Bobby Labonte will drive the No. 18 Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing at Daytona. JGR announced Wednesday that NOS Energy will sponsor 16 races for the team including 15 with Kyle Busch. 


    Stanton Barrett will drive for Rick Ware Racing at Daytona along with Scott Lagasse who will compete in the truck series as well. Lagasse will drive the No. 93 Chevrolet in XFINITY and the truck race will be run for NTS Motorsports. No update on Ben Kennedy's future. 


    On the truck side of things, Reed Sorenson, Austin Theriault, Timmy Hilland Austin Hill will compete in the event at Daytona as loose ends continue to get tied. 


    Plus we will tell you what we think the Daytona 500 entry list will look like and speculate what the rules may look like for qualifying for the event. 


    Jam packed show, plus we take your phone calls at 917-889-8280.