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On this episode of Talking in Circles, we break down the weekend that was at Richmond International Raceway. Carl Edwards moved Kyle Busch out of the way on the final lap to win his 27th career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race.
Was that the correct move for Carl? Should Kyle invoke some revenge?
We'll give our Attaboys and surprises and talk about the points. Who is in danger of missing the Chase?
Also we'll discuss the news of the week: NASCAR has instituted a new lug nut rule starting this weekend at Talladega Superspeedway. We'll give our thoughts on that and talk about how NASCAR can police this.
Plus Tony Stewart was fined $35k for comments about lug nuts, then NASCAR instutites the rule. Should NASCAR revoke the fine and how bad does the sport look. What made Stewart made those comments and why did the Driver's Council pay the fine?
Several media members have complained about Tony Stewart being eligable for the win at Talladega, even though he's gonna have a subsitute driver. We'll discuss our feelings on that.
Plus, it's going to be a wild weekend at Talladega Superspeedway. We'll preview the double-header weekend and take your phone calls at 917-889-8280.
On this episode of Talking in Circles we break down the Tony Stewart situation and what it means for his retirement tour and we discuss who we think will take over the No. 14 Chevrolet for the begining of the season and why. We also talk about the impact it will have on NASCAR and the Daytona 500.
Also, Michael Waltrip will race for BK Racing in the No. 83 Toyota with Maxwell House as sponsor. We discuss that move and potentially a fourth BK Racing car at Daytona as well.
Also Premium Motorsports has hired Cole Whitt to drive the team's No. 98 entry for the entire 2016 season. Whitt will be on his fourth team in three years.
Kyle Larson just met his crew chief last week. We discuss whether or not that means anything for the 2016 season.
It was announced today that Matt Tifft will drive for JGR in 13 NASCAR XFINITY Series races in 2016. We'll talk about how we think he'll do.
BJ McLeod Motorsports will run a two car operation for the 2016 season with the owner driving the No. 78 Ford Mustang. The team will have a variety of drivers in the No. 99 Ford Mustang, running full-time. We'll discuss that plus Harrison Rhodes moving to Obaika Racing and that organization having a two car team.
On the truck series side of things Cameron Hayley joins a four truck effort at ThorSport Racing for 2016 and Parker Kligerman will run Daytona for RBR Enterprises and Jordan Anderson will run full-time.
Plus we still have no idea if the franchising deal will be in place for Daytona or not.
It's going to be a jammed packed 1 hour show and we take your calls at 917-889-8280.
On tonight's episode we talk about the biggest story of the 2015 season, and it has nothing to do with what's going on on the racetrack. Wednesday afternoon, 3 time Series Champion, Tony Stewart announced that the 2016 season will be his last in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season. We will bring on John Harlow from BeyondTheFlag.com to talk about Stewart's legacy, what lead to the decision, the future for Stewart-Haas Racing and also about Tony's future as he will continue racing in other formats.
We'll also discuss that Clint Bowyer will move into the number 14 in 2017, which will have him spend the 2016 season at HScott Motorsports.
We'll also talk about the race in New Hampshire and strategy for some teams, as it seemed to have bitten a couple of Championship contenders in the rear end. We'll talk about those contenders and give our predictions on who we think will move on to the next round and still be in it at Charlotte in 2 weeks.
We'll also discuss how NASCAR will have an increased restart zone and how that may affect the Championship race, after Brad Keselowski was penalized for jumping the start in New Hampshire. As we'll give our opinions on that, and preview the AAA 400 at Dover Downs.
Also, we'll take your phone calls at 917-889-8280
In this episode of the True Sports show we will discuss all of the teams we saw this weekend in NFL preseason and our views of how everyone is doing. Then we will discuss the tradgedy in racing that happened this week to Tony Stewart and Kevin Ward Jr. Finally we will wrap up our show with discussion of the NCAA decision to allow the power conferences make rules for themselves.
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.
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Tonight on the program, Steven Meador and myself will look over all the big games in College Football and give our thoughts on the outcomes on those games. We will also play Part 1 of the 4 part convo with Tony Stewart as he spoke, in depth, to the media, about the incident with Kevin Ward Jr. #Chiefs/#Pats update as well as top headlines as we are LIVE.
From one extreme to the other. Richmond To Talladega Steve and Mike look back on the happenings of our second straight short track race then look ahead to our second restrictor plate race of the season.
Tony Stewart and NASCAR's drama continues. Steve's Soapbox will be occupied as he says why NASCAR was right.
NASCAR news including a new name sitting at the big table at ISC, tire testing, Nickelodeon returns for another race and brings some familiar characters to Chicago.
All that and more as we get ourselves ready for the possibility of the big one this weekend at Talladega.
Concrete Carl is back and round one at Bristol goes to Toyota.
Steve and Mike breakdown Bristol and all the storylines that came out of Thunder Valley.
The Crowd, Kyle and a Pedestan and Matt Dibenedetto "shocks the world...Kind of
and Tony Stewart fires off at NASCAR.
Steve's Soapbox and fantasy. Plus your phone calls.
It's all tonight in the fastest hour of motorsports talk...Race Talk Live.
If last week was “The Smoke Show”, this is “The JGR Hour”. We’ve talked all season about the dominance of Joe Gibbs Racing and it continues today coming out of Richmond.
Carl Edwards did the unthinkable last week bumping his own teammate Kyle Busch in the last final half lap to win his second-in-a-row. Is that “just racing”, or is there an “unwritten rule” someplace? How much does this create a teammate rift, and are we seeing a new more aggressive Carl Edwards this season?
Tony Stewart returned last week exactly as Sidekick predicted – good enough for us to all complain that he sucks. BUT, his “lug nuts rant” got NASCAR attention as they addressed the rules. Is anyone really surprised by that?
But man oh man, to be a fly-on-the-wall at Friday night’s Driver’s Council meeting where Brian France showed up unexpectedly and apparently, left it lively.
Today we’re at Talladega – one of Frat House Mike’s favorites, a superspeedway – and we’ll be giving our thoughts on outcomes and “Big Ones” here; plus an NHRA update at #6 in Houston Texas; Sidekick’s got some Fantasy NASCAR recommendations; and, it’s getting VERY competitive on the Frat House Sports’ Eat-My-Dust Winners Pick leaderboard particularly after last week.
Tune-in to THE BEST pre-race sports talk show with Frat House Mike, Sidekick, Brandon, and YOUR calls at 347 – 826 – 9964. Check in to the Frat House Sports Garage - 11 a.m. ET!
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Tony Stewart's grand jury investigation. Jury deliberates within less than an hour that Stewart did no "wrong doing" in the death of fellow competitor Kevin Ward, Jr. According to Toxicology reports Ward was under the influence of marajuana at the time of the incident and it imparied his judgement.
Also NASCAR rule changes for the 2015 season.
NASCAR made 60 modifications to the rules for the 2015 season. Major points-
Reduction of horsepower to 725hp- Going to be very similar to the NNS series. Talk about the simularities and if or will this will hurt NNS. Tapered Spacers instead of smaller engines- Owners again have a say. We're seeing the RTA have a big force. Kauffman said their voice is louder than ever.
Less downforce on the cars- Mike Bliss and Matt Kenseth both said that this is the way to go. hopefully it means better racing.
Qualifying format changes at Daytona for 500- Big deal?
Testing ban on all tracks- Including non-sancitioned tracks. Hard to police? Cost effiecent. RTA reers head early. What happens to veterans/rookies who test for Sprint Cup Series teams? Good or bad for the sport?
BK Racing mess- Ryan Truex out again. Travis Kvapil replaces him on entry list. Where does Truex go from here? How was Truex's year going?
This week in NASCAR history- 1997 Hanes 500 at Martinsville Speedway- Jeff Burton wins. First short track win of his career. Big story- Rusty Wallace jumped restart at the end of the race and was fined $10k for comments- pays in pennies. Earnhardt whispered in Wallace's ear saying that 'it sucks and you got screwed' and Burton seemed to feel same way in VL. Burton seemed actually disappointed in VL cause he wanted to race Rusty the right way.
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