• 01:19

    Lugnuts and Horsepower

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    Talladega eliminated another four drivers, but Martinsville started the actual Eliminator Round.  The Chase is over halfway done, and only eight drivers remain in the hunt for a championship.  Patti Rodisch and Dustin Parks are ready to look back at the end of one round, and the beginning of another.


    The end of the Contender Round saw Hendrick Motorsports end up losing the most.  After getting all four drivers in the Chase, only one remains.  With Hendrick only having one driver able to go for the title, compared to Gibbs with two and Penske with two, are Gordon's chances slim, or is it motivation.  Plus, Brad Keselowski overcame adversity to make it into the Eliminator Eight, only to see unfortunate troubles this past Sunday.  Keselowski isn't out of the hunt, but battling back now is more difficult now that only two races remain before the title round.


    With all the Chase talk, Hendrick did have the bright spot on Sunday when Dale Earnhardt Jr. locked in his fourth win of the year, the most in one season since 2004.  It was a win possibly meaning more than his second Daytona 500, and made a weekend where heartache was replaced by rejoice and victory.


    This and so much more will be discussed beginning at 6:30 p.m. ET/5:30 p.m. CT.

  • 00:31

    Talking in Circles: Welcome to Miami- Season Finale; This Week in NASCAR History

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    On tonight's episode of Talking in Circles; we preview the Championship race as we break down all 4 drivers going for the title. 


    Kevin Harvick, Joey Logano, Denny Hamlin, Ryan Newman. We'll talk about how they got there, who the favorites are, and why each one could win this thing at Homestead. 


    Also, we'll go back in NASCAR to November 10, 1996, at Atlanta Motor Speedway where a pair of brothers shared the spotlight as one won the race, and the other won the championship. 


    And, we'll talk about possible crew chief changes taking place at Hendrick Motorsports. Will this guy be the only shoe to fall, or will there be more, at the end of the year.


    All of that with our opinions, plus we're hoping to have some insite from Dominic Aragon from TheRacingExperts.co

  • 00:48

    Race Fans Rock - Broadcast No. 4

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    Join "Race Fans Rock"  cohosts, Infield Jen and Ronnie Tsunami at 5:00pm PST/8:00pm EST as they chat with NASCAR Sprint Cup crew member, Cesario Olivas, currently with Team No.33 at Circle Sport Racing. Cesario is going to talk about how he from California to end up working in the NASCAR garages.


    Fans are encouraged to call in and share their NASCAR holiday traditions!  


    The call in number is: 713-955-0744 


    Also visit us at http://www.racefansrock.com 

  • 00:31

    Talking in Circles: Off of Break- Silly Season News Galore!

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    We're off our hiatus, and we're back to talk about everything in racing. 


    Also, a couple of weeks ago some changes were announced with the 5 team. The 5 team, has resigned driver, Kasey Kahne to a multi-year deal, and replaced crew chief, Kenny Francis with Keith Rodden who came over from Chip Ganassi Racing. Ganassi has hired Matt McCall to be the crew chief in 2015…. Clayton there’s a lot to dive into with all of this. First and foremost, everyone believed that Kahne would be replaced by Chase Elliott after the 2015 season. With this multi-year deal, and the current 4-car limit in NASCAR, how does Hendrick keep all of his drivers happy?


    Does one go to a different team?


    Does NASCAR lift the 4-car limit? 


    Josh Wise will also be back at Phil Parsons Racing originally reported by TheRacingExperts.com putting to bed any rumors of him driving for another race team in 2015.


     Martin Truex Jr will have a new cc in 2015, as Todd Berrier will be reassigned within the organization and has been replaced by former driver Cole Pearn. Pearn has been a race engineer with the team since 2012. We'll talk about this.


    Cole Whitt is on his way to Front Row Motorsports. BK Racing co-owner Anthony Marlowe, tweeted that Whitt would be in the number 34 car. We have no learned that that's not entirely the case, but Whitt is still going to Front Row Motorsports. We'll discuss this move, and what car number he may be driving. 


    Also, JR Motorsports have finally announced their crew chief lineup as Dave Elenz will be with the 88 car. Elenz will replace Ernie Cope who is at the 9 now. Jason Burdett will take over at the number 7 car with driver, Regan Smith. We'll talk about these changes as well. All tonight on Talking in Circles.


     

  • 01:01

    On Wheels Now/MERRY CHRISTMAS

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    Live every Tuesday at 6pm (PST), From Las Vegas, Nevada
    "Your Inside Look at Local Motorsports"
    "The Racers Roundtable" Racers and Race Fans talking about racing. Dirt and Asphalt oval short track racing, Drag racing, off road racing and more ...
     Interviews with racecar drivers, officials and fans.  "LIVE" Every Tuesday at 6:00pm (PST)
     

  • 01:21

    Talking Motorcycles with Mees, Matthew Miles, Vanderkooi, Texter and Carver!

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    Epic flat track show tonight on Talking Motorcycles featuring 5 special guests!


    Matthew Miles, Senior Motorsports Editor of Cycle World Magazine, joins us in this episode. Having attended the Superprestigio II in Barcelona, we look forward to hearing his thoughts about this years event from his unique perspective.


    Jarod Mees, the 2014 AMA Pro Grand National Champion, joins us to discuss his experience in Spain. You can't win the race in the first turn but you can definitely loose one right there. We talk about his time in Spain, the crowds and the race.


    Shayna Texter left for Barcelona on short notice and came up short. What was her experience like? We find out in this edition of the show.


    Jarod Vanderkooi and Jeffrey Carver, Jr. are beginning to see their programs coming together for 2015. Both join us to disclose their plans.


    This show is powered by SOZO! 


    Facebook/Talking Motorcycles with Barry Boone


    Twitter: @twowheelb


    Email: twowheelb@msn.com

  • 01:00

    NASCAR: Sprint Leaves, Brian Vickers Health F1: Button Stays at McLaren

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    Join Michele Rahal, Bill Marlowe, Gene Boyer and special guest Tyler Sewell for a one hour race around the auto racing issues of the week. Unfiltered, unbiased and completely unafraid to tell it like we think it is. 


    Sprint has decided to end it's sponsorship of the NASCAR Cup series. Where do they go now and with whom? Also...Brian Vickers has heart surgery to repair a hole that was present. Can he continue as a Cup driver?


    In Formula One Jenson Button was finally named to be Fernando Alonso's teammate at McLaren. The story has overshadowed World Champion Lewsi Hamilton's 2014 title. Will Honda be able to produce a powerplant to compete with Mercedes? Mercedes throws out bait to the F1 teams...If they will keep the present engine formula, Mercedes says it will supply all the teams with their hybrid unit. Is this just a Red Herring?


    In IMSA more teams are putting in orders for LMP2 cars in preparartion for the standard formula in 2017. Are they getting in too early or are they being smart seeing the writing on the wall?


    All this and more at Motorsports Unplugged Radio!


     

  • 01:01

    On Wheels Now

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    Live every Tuesday at 6pm (PST), From Las Vegas, Nevada
    "Your Inside Look at Local Motorsports"
    "The Racers Roundtable" Racers and Race Fans talking about racing. Dirt and Asphalt oval short track racing, Drag racing, off road racing and more ...
     Interviews with racecar drivers, officials and fans.  "LIVE" Every Tuesday at 6:00pm (PST)
     

  • 00:31

    Talking in Circles: Sprint Leaving Cup; Sprint UNLIMITED; Brian Vickers out

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    Lots to talk about on tonight's episode. 


    First we start with Sprint, the Cup Series title sponsor since 2004 (was originally Nextel) has announced that they will not return after their contract expires after the 2016 season. We discuss why Sprint may be making this change, and who the possible replacements for them could be... 


    The season opening exhibition race, the Sprint Unlimited has also gone under a couple of changes. The pole sitters, as well as past Daytona pole sitters, and all of the Chasers from 2014 will be eligible for the 2015 race. These changes are known as the Danica clause. We'll discuss our thoughts on these changes for 2015. 


    Also, some more unfortunate for driver, Brian Vickers. Vickers, the current driver of the #55 Aaron's Dream Machine Toyota in the Sprint Cup Series will now miss at least the start of the 2015 season now due to an illness once again. This will be the 3rd time in his career that he will miss significant time due to illness.


    Frank Kerr has also been hired for Richard Petty Motorsports' NASCAR Xfinity Series team. 


    And on the truck side, Ray Black, Jr will run for rookie of the year at SS-Greenlight Racing in 2015, as he will run the full schedule.


    Also, if we have time, we will talk about the changes talking place on pit road now that the NASCAR officials will no longer be in every pit stall. 

  • 00:59

    Garage Talk Live - Monday Edition

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    Join Vince for all the latest news in Motorsports Mondays from 8-10 PM

  • 00:31

    Talking In Circles: NASCAR's new testing policy, Todd Parrott, Cale Conley,

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    Talking In Circles 12-13-14


    NASCAR’s New Testing policy


    Todd Parrott joins RCR as Xfinity Series Director-


    Good for him to battle back from a suspension for a banned substance. IMO- he’s one of the top 5 minds in the garage area and this move ALONE puts Ty Dillon as the favorite to win the NXS championship in the 2015 season. That’s how good Todd Parrott is. He worked with TBR last season and did a hell of a job. 


    Allgaier staying at HScott Motorsports/HScott Motorsports and Chip Ganassi form alliance in NXS.- Veteran Mike Shiplett will crew chief the No.42 Chevrolet in NXS with drivers Kyle Larson and Dylan Kwasniewski.


     


    Bobby Labonte will run plate races for Fas Lane Racing- Broke on this show a few weeks ago by Dominick Aragon but confirmed this weekend by Catchfence.com. Labonte will run 4 plate races with Frank Stoddard as cc. C&J Energy Resources will sponsor. Also sounds like Austin Theriault may be the leading candidate to drive the other races. Definantly sounds like it’s going to be a young kid with sponsorship. Boris Said will run both road races.


     


    Cale Conley to run full-time for Tri-Star Motorsports- Young 22 year old driver Cale Conley will drive the full season in the NASCAR Xfinity Series for Tri-Star Motorsports. Conley made 11 start for RCR last season and recorded 1 top ten finish in those 11 starts. Interesting move.


     


    Hornaday out of Trucks- Sounds like Ron Hornaday Jr will not run trucks in the 2015 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. He will return to his roots and build chassis for late stock cars. Thoughts? Hornaday has 360 starts in trucks with 51 wins and 4 championships. Gonna miss the guy. He is Mr. Truck Series. Hall of Fame?

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