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On tonight's episode we're reviewing the race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway this weekend where Kevin Harvick dominated the Kobalt 400 and currently is strangling the rest of the teams.
We talk about attaboys and the drivers who are really struggling. In particular, Tony Stewart. Here's a three-time series champion, who is really struggling right now. Stewart-Haas Racing is running pretty good, but Tony is just bad. Let's leave it at that. Brandon and Clayton will each discuss what they think is going on with Tony Stewart, and if it will turn around in the future.
Also, is it time to right off another former champion, already?
And is NASCAR treating Kurt Busch fairly? Why hasn't he been reinstated yet? We'll discuss this and much more.
Plus, TheRacingExperts.com's Dominic Aragon who was at Las Vegas Motor Speedway this weekend, will come on the show with us with a treat for all of us.
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Martin Truex Jr will have a new cc in 2015, as Todd Berrier will be reassigned within the organization and has been replaced by former driver Cole Pearn.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.
On tonight's episode of Talking in Circles we'll discuss the most surprising drivers of 2014 along with the most diappointed drivers of the 2014 season. We'll see who each one of the talents pick as they discuss who they think it is.
Plus crew chief changes at Chip Ganassi Racing w/ Felix Sabates and Hendrick Motorsports. Keith Rodden who was the crew chief for Jamie McMurray in 2014. Rodden will now move to Hendrick Motorsports, where he was the car chief for a lot of years, to take over for Kenny Francis.
Replacing Rodden at Chip Ganassi Racing w/ Felix Sabates is Matt McCall. McCall was an engineer at Richard Childress Racing this season, and now will be a crew chief at one of NASCAR's highest levels.
Also, rookies of the years were announced in each series. Kyle Larson, Chase Elliott, and Ben Kennedy. We'll discuss what we think of these as well.
Scott Zipadelli has been released from Turner Scott Motorsports. The future of this team is up in the air, and we will discuss where this team is headed.
And finally, Dominic Aragon from TheRacingExperts.com will join the show for the discussion.
Kevin Harvick wins the Ford EcoBoost 400 @ Homestead-Miami Speedway. 28th career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race, and the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship.
Harvick wins his first championship in his first season at SHR coming over from RCR. Harvick and Childers were impressive this year, and were really good early and later on in the season, which was enough to win in this format.
Ryan Newman finishes second in the race and in the championship race as he comes up just short. Newman took 2 tires on the secon to last pit stop, and that made the difference, when Harvick had 4 fresh tires on the restart, and had the advantage.
Joey Logano hit the wall, and then got some more damage as his championship dreams dwindled down and which costed him a shot at is as well.
Denny Hamlin was left out there with no tires, and originally did look like the right decision initially. It turned out to be a bad one, but that's part of the game.
All of that and much more, plus Dominic Aragon from TheRacingExperts.com will join the show as well.
It's been a slow news week in NASCAR this week, so we're going to change things up a bit.
First, we will talk about this week in NASCAR History, which brings us back to November 6th, 1988 and it was the first win for one of NASCAR's most legendary drivers.... Yup, you've gotta listen to know exactly who we're talking about. What a great day of racing that ended with that driver, going to wrong way on the racetrack.
Also, we'll discuss which driver, who hasn't made his or her NASCAR Sprint Cup Series debut, do we think is the best driver in the sport... Very interesting conversation.
And if we were commisioner of NASCAR for a day, what would be the first change we would make... Interesting topics, and we'll have Dominic Aragon from TheRacingExperts.com to join the conversation.
Also of course, our picks to win in Texas....
On tonight's show, we talk about the Geico 500 today at Talladega SuperSpeedway. Brad Keselowski wins, and moves on in the chase. Dale Earnhardt, Jr, Jimmie Johnson, Kyle Busch and Kasey Kahne all get eliminated after the race ended.
We'll discuss the race, our attaboys, and also break down the season and the days for the drivers who got eliminated from the chase, and also the ones who will move on in the chase as well, as we head to the Eliminator Round, with Martinsville, Texas and Phoenix.
Ryan Newman's number 31 car fails post race inspection after today's race. It's believed to be a 15 point penalty, which we won't know until Tuesday. We will see if this point penalty is signifcant enough to effect Newman's chase hopes.
Richard Petty Motorsports is moving their race shop. The team is currently housed across the street from Roush Fenway Racing, and now will be moving to a facility that is closer to Team Penske, not Roush Fenway Racing. Rumors have the team aligning with Penske. We'll talk about the significance of this move as well.
Dominic Aragon, from TheRacingExperts.com will join the show, and give his opinion as well on these topics.
Packed show tonight, and we hope that you enjoy it.
The Speedy Digest is hosted by Speedway Digest writers Brett Winningham and Joseph Wolkin along with Kyle Magda, who cover weekly NASCAR racing. Joining us tonight is the owner of theracingexperts.com Dominic Aragon to discuss what needs to be fixed at local tracks, the future for Marcos Ambrose and what AJ Allmendinger's win means for JTG Daugherty Racing and he.
On tonight's episode we talk about the death of a legendary and important car former car owner in NASCAR. Clayton and Brandon give their thoughts on the legacy of Junie Donleavy.
On Sunday at Pocono, it was noticable to us both, that Marcos Ambrose doesn't seem to be having too much fun in NASCAR. Is this his last season in NASCAR? Is he being replaced at Richard Petty Motorsports? We'll talk about it.
There was also some fraternizing going on between a car owner and a different manufacturer than he is with now. We'll see if this potential deal could have any legs.
This week in NASCAR history--- A good one, stay tuned! June 15, 1997.
Michigan preview--- Who to watch.
On tonight's episode on Talking in Circles, we talk to TheRacingExperts.com's Dominic Aragon about the NASCAR Hall of Fame inductees today, Bill Elliott, Wendell Scott, Fred Lorenzen, Joe Weatherly, and Rex White.
Misses- Terry Labonte, Robert Yates, Buddy Baker, Jerry Cook, and Benny Parsons
We will talk about any surprises we have or anyone who we feel may have gotten hosed.
We'll also talk about this week in NASCAR History, where we go back to May 29, 1994. A certain future Hall of Famer got his first win in his Cup career. We'll discuss the significance of this win and how it changed the face of NASCAR forever.
Also, we'll preview the Coca-Cola 600, NASCAR's longest race of the season. The track will change from early evening to night. We'll give our thoughts about the win, and Kurt Busch pulling the double on Memorial Day. We will see how we think Kurt will do, and what hurdles may be in his way.
Tonight's show we preview this weekend's race at Kansas Speedway, and talk with Dominic Aragon, from TheRacingExperts.com.
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