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August 10, 2020
A packed weekend of racing at Michigan International Speedway and Road America left plenty for our spotter trio of Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft to cover. NASCAR implemented the choose rule for restarts across all series. The guys break down how it played out in both Cup Series races, the teams’ strategy behind it and how their drivers handled it. Freddie and T.J. provide insight on lobbying to move the location of the spotters stand after a treacherous Truck Series race. Contact with Alex Bowman forced an unscheduled pit stop for Clint Bowyer on Sunday. Brett discusses why a substitute spotter is to blame. Brad Keselowski took Ryan Blaney out while racing for the lead and the guys react. The Xfinity Series used a no live pit stops format at Road America. Despite being a cost-saving measure, the gang shares why it was an epic failure. Erik Jones said he was blindsided by losing his ride at Joe Gibbs Racing. The guys dive into JGR’s history of firing drivers. It’s off to the Daytona Road Course for the inaugural NASCAR tripleheader. Hear how spotters and drivers are preparing to race on a new course without any practice.
August 3, 2020
Our spotter gang is back in studio after race day at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Brett Griffin responds to Jimmie Johnson asking if Clint Bowyer has a spotter during Sunday’s Cup Series race, Freddie Kraft analyzes Matt Kenseth’s struggles and T.J. Majors just wants a foot rub. Along with co-host Casey Boat and producer Jason Schultz, the crew covers drivers placing blame on other people, Bowyer battling Ryan Blaney right to the finish and Bubba Wallace being offered ownership stake at Richard Petty Motorsports and where his future may be. Plus, an all-new Xfinity Fast Lane speed trivia game debuts as the guys battle it out to prove who’s the smartest. As silly season begins to sizzle, find out which team held a secret meeting about a vacant ride for 2021. Lastly, hear about the latest way two teams skirted NASCAR’s rules and the penalty they received.
July 27, 2020
T.J. Majors is recording live from Charleston, South Carolina and Brett Griffin comes to you wishing he was in South Carolina. Our spotter duo covers everything from the Thursday night Cup race and the rest of the weekend at Kansas Speedway. Along with co-host Casey Boat and producer Jason Schultz, they explain why Kansas produced the best 1.5-mile track competition in a long time, react to Denny Hamlin saying he is winning with his mind over his talent and call one driver out for being too aggressive. After scoring loops reverted back to a different leader late in Saturday’s Xfinity Series race, the guys plead for a new system. NASCAR announced the remainder of 2020 will be run without practice and qualifying. Our spotter duo weighs the pros and cons of that decision and talk through how it will impact the remaining schedule. After the latest mid-week race, should NASCAR implement more next year? The gang debates. Plus, if Kyle Busch and Lewis Hamilton swapped rides, who would perform better? We discuss that, T.J. vacationing with Dale Jr., unique spotter setups, and more.
July 27, 2020
T.J. Majors is recording live from Charleston, South Carolina and Brett Griffin comes to you wishing he was in South Carolina. Our spotter duo covers everything from the Thursday night Cup race and the rest of the weekend at Kansas Speedway. Along with co-host Casey Boat and producer Jason Schultz, they explain why Kansas produced the best 1.5-mile track competition in a long time, react to Denny Hamlin saying he is winning with his mind over his talent and call one driver out for being too aggressive. After scoring loops reverted back to a different leader late in Saturday’s Xfinity Series race, the guys plead for a new system. NASCAR announced the remainder of 2020 will be run without practice and qualifying. Our spotter duo weighs the pros and cons of that decision and talk through how it will impact the remaining schedule. After the latest mid-week race, should NASCAR implement more next year? The gang debates. Plus, if Kyle Busch and Lewis Hamilton swapped rides, who would perform better? We discuss that, T.J. vacationing with Dale Jr., unique spotter setups, and more.
July 20, 2020
An action-packed week of racing at the Bristol All-Star Race and Texas Motor Speedway left plenty for T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft and Brett Griffin to cover. The spotting trio responds to Michael McDowell turning Bubba Wallace in the All-Star Open and the ensuing crowd reaction, how the choose cone rule played out and where the race should head next. On Sunday at Texas, Austin Dillon pulled off the upset victory and the gang discusses the winning call coming from Richard Childress Racing’s command center and how no one could pass the No. 3 and 8 cars in the closing laps. Rookie Quin Houff made a gigantic mistake on Sunday by trying to pit from the middle of the track and triggered a violent crash. Freddie shares what he told Houff before the race and the guys reiterate the danger his lack of experience is posing on the track. Plus, thoughts on Denny Hamlin saying Speedway Motorsports Inc. has gone ‘rouge,’ Brad Keselowski’s graduation and demotion idea and another run-in for Noah Gragson in Saturday’s Xfinity Series race.
July 13, 2020
It’s a big episode as Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft return from Kentucky Speedway to break down the weekend of racing and talk to Super Bowl champion and new NASCAR fan Bernard Pollard. First, the spotting trio discusses Noah Gragson’s right hook on Harrison Burton, Brad Keselowski turning Jimmie Johnson on a late restart and how Cole Custer triumphed in a wild finish. Plus, they explain why Kentucky put on a terrible race, how the traction compound impacted the competition and NASCAR’s inconsistent caution calls. Then, Pollard joins the show and discusses how he became a NASCAR fan, what he has learned so far and how racing can compare to football. Plus, the crew asks him if he’s ready to try a pit stop and take a ride along in a stock car. We also get his reaction to the racing he has witnessed so far, hear stories from his college and professional football playing days and learn more about his life after the NFL. Lastly, the All-Star Race will take place on Wednesday night at Bristol and the guys preview it. They debate whether or not Chase Elliott’s move from June would be legal now with a million dollars on the line, the underglow lights and the new number placement on the cars.
July 6, 2020
After a unique weekend of racing at the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway, T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft cover everything that went down. Along with co-host Casey Boat and producer Jason Schultz, the gang talks Jimmie Johnson sitting out after testing positive for COVID-19, blown tires and sickening hits in Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race and the scary pit road pileup. Social distancing requirements relocated the spotters at Indy and the views were not ideal. The guys explain where they spotted from and the obstructed views they experienced. After an exciting Xfinity Series race on the IMS road course, the crew debates whether it’s time for the Cup cars to abandon the oval or if the Brickyard 400 is fixable for the premiere series. The Bristol All-Star Race will utilize the choose cone and the guys talk through how it will impact the event. After last week’s episode of the Dale Jr. Download with Australian Paul Morris, T.J. sets the record straight on his test in a V8 Supercar during a trip to Australia. Plus, Casey’s dog Susan steals the show and offers Casey a glimpse into the future.
June 29, 2020
T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft have returned to the studio after a packed weekend of racing at Pocono Raceway. Along with co-host Casey Boat and producer Jason Schultz, they cover Ryan Blaney wrecking Kyle Busch, Bubba Wallace’s near miss avoiding Ryan Preece’s spin and Clint Bowyer and Alex Bowman’s door-banging sprint to the finish. Sunday’s Xfinity Series race produced heated tempers and multiple intentional wrecks. The guys breakdown Justin Haley’s aggressive driving penalty and Myatt Snider turning Noah Gragson, triggering a wreck in front of the entire field. A crash-filled Truck Series race included a scary impact for one driver and the gang explains who it was and what happened. Rick Hendrick drove 115 mph in a boat with Denny Hamlin and Jeff Gordon, would our spotters go along for the ride too? They answer. NASCAR returns to Indianapolis this weekend and stock cars will use the road course for the very first time. The guys explain what to expect and if it’s in the Cup Series’ future too. Plus, Casey gets more parenting advice and find out which spotter painted his toenails for good luck.
June 29, 2020
T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft have returned to the studio after a packed weekend of racing at Pocono Raceway. Along with co-host Casey Boat and producer Jason Schultz, they cover Ryan Blaney wrecking Kyle Busch, Bubba Wallace’s near miss avoiding Ryan Preece’s spin and Clint Bowyer and Alex Bowman’s door-banging sprint to the finish. Sunday’s Xfinity Series race produced heated tempers and multiple intentional wrecks. The guys breakdown Justin Haley’s aggressive driving penalty and Myatt Snider turning Noah Gragson, triggering a wreck in front of the entire field. A crash-filled Truck Series race included a scary impact for one driver and the gang explains who it was and what happened. Rick Hendrick drove 115 mph in a boat with Denny Hamlin and Jeff Gordon, would our spotters go along for the ride too? They answer. NASCAR returns to Indianapolis this weekend and stock cars will use the road course for the very first time. The guys explain what to expect and if it’s in the Cup Series’ future too. Plus, Casey gets more parenting advice and find out which spotter painted his toenails for good luck.
June 24, 2020
Talladega is in the books and our spotters T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft are back to break down the wild racing on the track and the emotional moment off the track. Bubba Wallace’s spotter Freddie describes his emotions watching pre-race play out and details their strong performance. Along with substitute co-host Hannah Newhouse, the gang talks Ryan Blaney body slamming Erik Jones at the line to win, Joey Logano’s block on Chase Elliott that triggered a wreck and crazy saves that drivers made throughout Monday’s race. Plus, find out which spotter got hit by a flying trash can when the winds picked up on the spotters stand. The guys react to a Steve O’Donnell tweet about 3 p.m. race start times and question why races start so late. Plus, find out what they all think about changing the number location on the cars for the July All-Star Race. Kyle Larson has been dominating the dirt track racing scene and his future in NASCAR is debated during the #AskDBC segment. Plus, find out which food would coerce these guys into a trap.
June 24, 2020
Talladega is in the books and our spotters T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft are back to break down the wild racing on the track and the emotional moment off the track. Bubba Wallace’s spotter Freddie describes his emotions watching pre-race play out and details their strong performance. Along with substitute co-host Hannah Newhouse, the gang talks Ryan Blaney body slamming Erik Jones at the line to win, Joey Logano’s block on Chase Elliott that triggered a wreck and crazy saves that drivers made throughout Monday’s race. Plus, find out which spotter got hit by a flying trash can when the winds picked up on the spotters stand. The guys react to a Steve O’Donnell tweet about 3 p.m. race start times and question why races start so late. Plus, find out what they all think about changing the number location on the cars for the July All-Star Race. Kyle Larson has been dominating the dirt track racing scene and his future in NASCAR is debated during the #AskDBC segment. Plus, find out which food would coerce these guys into a trap.
June 16, 2020
A busy week of racing at Martinsville and Homestead-Miami is in the books and our spotting trio of T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft are here to relive it all. Plus, Martin Truex Jr.’s former crew chief and everyone’s favorite Twitter follow Cole Pearn joins the show to discuss his success with Truex Jr., his thoughts on the current competition and his hilarious tweets. As Chase Elliott and Denny Hamlin battled for the win Sunday night at Homestead, Joey Logano found himself in the mix as a lapped car. The gang discusses what role Logano may have played in deciding the outcome and if it was payback from Bristol. Bubba Wallace wasn’t happy with Clint Bowyer during a restart at Martinsville and their two spotters debate who was right and who was wrong. July’s All-Star Race is changing tracks and the guys have the inside scoop on where it’s headed. NASCAR President Steve Phelps said 80 percent of fans enjoy the current intermediate Cup Series aero package. The gang does not agree and explains why skewed fan surveys may have created that statistic. Is it time to loosen some COVID-19 restrictions at the race track? The guys discuss why it’s time to let the teams celebrate in Victory Lane again.
June 16, 2020
A busy week of racing at Martinsville and Homestead-Miami is in the books and our spotting trio of T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft are here to relive it all. Plus, Martin Truex Jr.’s former crew chief and everyone’s favorite Twitter follow Cole Pearn joins the show to discuss his success with Truex Jr., his thoughts on the current competition and his hilarious tweets. As Chase Elliott and Denny Hamlin battled for the win Sunday night at Homestead, Joey Logano found himself in the mix as a lapped car. The gang discusses what role Logano may have played in deciding the outcome and if it was payback from Bristol. Bubba Wallace wasn’t happy with Clint Bowyer during a restart at Martinsville and their two spotters debate who was right and who was wrong. July’s All-Star Race is changing tracks and the guys have the inside scoop on where it’s headed. NASCAR President Steve Phelps said 80 percent of fans enjoy the current intermediate Cup Series aero package. The gang does not agree and explains why skewed fan surveys may have created that statistic. Is it time to loosen some COVID-19 restrictions at the race track? The guys discuss why it’s time to let the teams celebrate in Victory Lane again.
June 8, 2020
After a trio of races at Atlanta Motor Speedway, T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin and Xfinity Series race winning spotter Freddie Kraft are back together to breakdown the weekend of racing. They cover whether a 500-mile race is necessary at Atlanta, the games being played at the end of pit road to manipulate restart lineups and the lackluster racing created by this aero package at intermediate tracks. Plus, Kyle Busch made harsh comments to NASCAR on the radio during Saturday’s Truck Series race and the guys wonder why he hasn’t been fined. A new race track attendance policy may be coming and the gang explains why tracks aren’t doing enough to promote the sport. On a 10-year anniversary of a famous angry driver quote, the guys share their all-time favorite lines from mad racers. Now it’s off to Martinsville Speedway and Homestead-Miami Speedway, and the spotters explain what to expect in both events.
June 8, 2020
After a trio of races at Atlanta Motor Speedway, T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin and Xfinity Series race winning spotter Freddie Kraft are back together to breakdown the weekend of racing. They cover whether a 500-mile race is necessary at Atlanta, the games being played at the end of pit road to manipulate restart lineups and the lackluster racing created by this aero package at intermediate tracks. Plus, Kyle Busch made harsh comments to NASCAR on the radio during Saturday’s Truck Series race and the guys wonder why he hasn’t been fined. A new race track attendance policy may be coming and the gang explains why tracks aren’t doing enough to promote the sport. On a 10-year anniversary of a famous angry driver quote, the guys share their all-time favorite lines from mad racers. Now it’s off to Martinsville Speedway and Homestead-Miami Speedway, and the spotters explain what to expect in both events.
June 3, 2020
Another wild week of racing is in the books and T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft and Brett Griffin return from Bristol to cover it all. They discuss Chase Elliott and Joey Logano’s crash while battling for the lead, their masked argument afterwards, and the potential brewing of a new rivalry. A recent Kyle Busch tweet has the guys talking about the abundance of intentional spins. Chase Elliott took a bow after beating Kyle Busch in last week’s truck race and the guys are excited to see Elliott showing more personality. Denny Hamlin made some interesting comments about Chevy potentially having an advantage right now and our spotting trio responds. Plus, the gang reacts to the news of Nashville Superspeedway being given a NASCAR Cup Series race in 2021. Then, it’s to Hotlanta this weekend for a slick summertime race on the old surface and the guys look ahead.
June 3, 2020
Another wild week of racing is in the books and T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft and Brett Griffin return from Bristol to cover it all. They discuss Chase Elliott and Joey Logano’s crash while battling for the lead, their masked argument afterwards, and the potential brewing of a new rivalry. A recent Kyle Busch tweet has the guys talking about the abundance of intentional spins. Chase Elliott took a bow after beating Kyle Busch in last week’s truck race and the guys are excited to see Elliott showing more personality. Denny Hamlin made some interesting comments about Chevy potentially having an advantage right now and our spotting trio responds. Plus, the gang reacts to the news of Nashville Superspeedway being given a NASCAR Cup Series race in 2021. Then, it’s to Hotlanta this weekend for a slick summertime race on the old surface and the guys look ahead.
May 25, 2020
Two more races are in the books and Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft, along with co-host Casey Boat and producer Jason Schultz, return to discuss everything that went down at Darlington and Charlotte. Darlington Xfinity Series winner Chase Briscoe joins the gang to discuss his emotional victory last week, beating Kyle Busch, his career as a spotter agent and an actual spotter, and his expectations for the remainder of the season. Afterwards, the guys discuss Chase Elliott flipping off Kyle Busch at Darlington, Denny Hamlin saying he’ll send around anybody that wrecks him, and what the next best NASCAR rivalry could be. Next, they cover the late pit calls in the World 600, Denny Hamlin’s car losing ballast, drivers not all sweating after the longest race of the season, and the impact of lapped cars and why Joey Gase saved the race. Plus, why Brett wants to dynamite Charlotte Motor Speedway’s surface and wants an official NASCAR weather person.
May 25, 2020
Two more races are in the books and Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft, along with co-host Casey Boat and producer Jason Schultz, return to discuss everything that went down at Darlington and Charlotte. Darlington Xfinity Series winner Chase Briscoe joins the gang to discuss his emotional victory last week, beating Kyle Busch, his career as a spotter agent and an actual spotter, and his expectations for the remainder of the season. Afterwards, the guys discuss Chase Elliott flipping off Kyle Busch at Darlington, Denny Hamlin saying he’ll send around anybody that wrecks him, and what the next best NASCAR rivalry could be. Next, they cover the late pit calls in the World 600, Denny Hamlin’s car losing ballast, drivers not all sweating after the longest race of the season, and the impact of lapped cars and why Joey Gase saved the race. Plus, why Brett wants to dynamite Charlotte Motor Speedway’s surface and wants an official NASCAR weather person.
May 19, 2020
Racing returned on Sunday at Darlington Raceway and Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft, and special guest and standout Cup Series rookie Tyler Reddick are back to cover the first race in over two months. They discuss Reddick’s impressive run, his knack for running the high side, having a rookie Cup crew chief, and what T.J. taught him as his spotter in trucks. Plus, the spotter trio discusses misleading information about their social distancing practices, Jimmie Johnson wrecking while leading, the problematic Blue-Emu banner, Ryan Newman and Matt Kenseth’s returns, and more. The guys then divulge information about spotter pee breaks and the speed trap on the way to the race track.
May 19, 2020
Racing returned on Sunday at Darlington Raceway and Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft, and special guest and standout Cup Series rookie Tyler Reddick are back to cover the first race in over two months. They discuss Reddick’s impressive run, his knack for running the high side, having a rookie Cup crew chief, and what T.J. taught him as his spotter in trucks. Plus, the spotter trio discusses misleading information about their social distancing practices, Jimmie Johnson wrecking while leading, the problematic Blue-Emu banner, Ryan Newman and Matt Kenseth’s returns, and more. The guys then divulge information about spotter pee breaks and the speed trap on the way to the race track.
May 12, 2020
It’s race week once again and Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft will be back to work this Sunday. Ahead of NASCAR’s return at Darlington, they cover the advantage some spotters may have, the breakdown of a team’s roster, restrictions placed on win celebrations, and how spotters will communicate. Chicagoland Speedway’s future is in question and the guys share what they’ve heard including the track’s valuable land, potential for a downtown Chicago street course and sponsor fallout from leaving the Chicago market. Darlington has produced nine consecutive different winners, will that streak continue in the next two events? The guys debate. Brett discusses the massive opportunity NASCAR has this weekend and why young drivers need to deliver and put on a big show. Plus, the spotting duo share tales from their family beach trip and why they may have to dodge drones this weekend.
May 12, 2020
It’s race week once again and Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft will be back to work this Sunday. Ahead of NASCAR’s return at Darlington, they cover the advantage some spotters may have, the breakdown of a team’s roster, restrictions placed on win celebrations, and how spotters will communicate. Chicagoland Speedway’s future is in question and the guys share what they’ve heard including the track’s valuable land, potential for a downtown Chicago street course and sponsor fallout from leaving the Chicago market. Darlington has produced nine consecutive different winners, will that streak continue in the next two events? The guys debate. Brett discusses the massive opportunity NASCAR has this weekend and why young drivers need to deliver and put on a big show. Plus, the spotting duo share tales from their family beach trip and why they may have to dodge drones this weekend.
May 4, 2020
NASCAR’s return to racing is set at Darlington Raceway and Door Bumper Clear covers what to expect. Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft discuss racing without practice and qualifying, the 16-person team limit, isolating spotters in the grandstands, if pre-race technical inspection is necessary, tracks losing races, and more. Plus, they explain how this race-only format will showcase the best and most talented teams and hurt smaller teams like Richard Petty Motorsports. With no qualifying, the guys share ideas on how to set the starting lineups. NASCAR awarded Matt Kenseth and Ryan Newman playoff waivers and the gang debates whether that was the right move. Upcoming midweek prime time races will present a unique opportunity for NASCAR and Brett shares how the sport can attract new fans. Plus, an argument about who can run the fastest 40-yard dash breaks out on this all-new episode.
May 4, 2020
NASCAR’s return to racing is set at Darlington Raceway and Door Bumper Clear covers what to expect. Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft discuss racing without practice and qualifying, the 16-person team limit, isolating spotters in the grandstands, if pre-race technical inspection is necessary, tracks losing races, and more. Plus, they explain how this race-only format will showcase the best and most talented teams and hurt smaller teams like Richard Petty Motorsports. With no qualifying, the guys share ideas on how to set the starting lineups. NASCAR awarded Matt Kenseth and Ryan Newman playoff waivers and the gang debates whether that was the right move. Upcoming midweek prime time races will present a unique opportunity for NASCAR and Brett shares how the sport can attract new fans. Plus, an argument about who can run the fastest 40-yard dash breaks out on this all-new episode.
April 27, 2020
Discussions of returning to the race track are picking up and Door Bumper Clear is here to breakdown where and how that will happen. T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin, Freddie Kraft, Casey Boat, and Jason Schultz cover what changes will be visible during a race including pit stops, race lengths and where spotters are located. Where will the races take place? The gang discusses what tracks are in play and which races will be hosted. Chip Ganassi Racing announced Matt Kenseth will take over the No. 42 car and the guys react to that news. Clint Bowyer made it to the lead of the iRacing race at Talladega before he blew a virtual motor and we can’t believe it. Plus, Xfinity Fast Lane debates include if the yellow line rule is still necessary at plate tracks and which driver/crew chief combination would create the modern dream team. Brett learns what a babymoon is and Freddie recalls the time he cost his dad a lot of money. These stories and more on this all-new episode.
April 27, 2020
Discussions of returning to the race track are picking up and Door Bumper Clear is here to breakdown where and how that will happen. T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin, Freddie Kraft, Casey Boat, and Jason Schultz cover what changes will be visible during a race including pit stops, race lengths and where spotters are located. Where will the races take place? The gang discusses what tracks are in play and which races will be hosted. Chip Ganassi Racing announced Matt Kenseth will take over the No. 42 car and the guys react to that news. Clint Bowyer made it to the lead of the iRacing race at Talladega before he blew a virtual motor and we can’t believe it. Plus, Xfinity Fast Lane debates include if the yellow line rule is still necessary at plate tracks and which driver/crew chief combination would create the modern dream team. Brett learns what a babymoon is and Freddie recalls the time he cost his dad a lot of money. These stories and more on this all-new episode.
April 20, 2020
The gang returns after a hot week of NASCAR news involving Kyle Larson, rumors surrounding when racing will return and much more. Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft, Casey Boat, and Jason Schultz cover the fallout concerning Kyle Larson plus how iRacing driver audio is heard publicly, Chip Ganassi Racing’s next steps and Larson’s future. NASCAR is eager to return to the race track and the crew shares updates on what is being done to make that happen and what a race will now look like. It’s never too early to discuss silly season and the guys share their predictions on who will inherit Jimmie Johnson’s ride next season. Seeing drivers dish out payback never gets old and the gang talks the best examples of payback ever. It’s NFL Draft Week and to throw a racing spin on it, the guys draft their own driver lineup. Plus, they debate which NASCAR season would make for the best documentary.
April 20, 2020
The gang returns after a hot week of NASCAR news involving Kyle Larson, rumors surrounding when racing will return and much more. Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft, Casey Boat, and Jason Schultz cover the fallout concerning Kyle Larson plus how iRacing driver audio is heard publicly, Chip Ganassi Racing’s next steps and Larson’s future. NASCAR is eager to return to the race track and the crew shares updates on what is being done to make that happen and what a race will now look like. It’s never too early to discuss silly season and the guys share their predictions on who will inherit Jimmie Johnson’s ride next season. Seeing drivers dish out payback never gets old and the gang talks the best examples of payback ever. It’s NFL Draft Week and to throw a racing spin on it, the guys draft their own driver lineup. Plus, they debate which NASCAR season would make for the best documentary.
April 6, 2020
From underdogs on the race track to iRacing superstars, Timmy Hill and Garrett Smithley join Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft, Casey Boat and Jason Schultz to discuss their success in the virtual world. Timmy explains how he celebrated after winning at Texas last weekend, racing with a small unit and giving Clint Bowyer pointers. Garrett shares about his string of good runs, leaning out of his seat and how he scored a ride in the Brickyard 400 through an iRacing sponsor. Plus, the gang covers Jimmie Johnson calling out T.J., the Next Gen car’s delayed rollout in 2022, a tentative schedule for returning to racing, and Daniel Suarez v.s. Kyle Larson. Bubba Wallace’s rage quit made headlines on Twitter on Sunday and the DBC gang provides the lowdown on his upset sponsor. Plus, which two drivers would make for the most competitive one-on-one race? That question and more are answered in this week’s episode.
April 6, 2020
From underdogs on the race track to iRacing superstars, Timmy Hill and Garrett Smithley join Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft, Casey Boat and Jason Schultz to discuss their success in the virtual world. Timmy explains how he celebrated after winning at Texas last weekend, racing with a small unit and giving Clint Bowyer pointers. Garrett shares about his string of good runs, leaning out of his seat and how he scored a ride in the Brickyard 400 through an iRacing sponsor. Plus, the gang covers Jimmie Johnson calling out T.J., the Next Gen car’s delayed rollout in 2022, a tentative schedule for returning to racing, and Daniel Suarez v.s. Kyle Larson. Bubba Wallace’s rage quit made headlines on Twitter on Sunday and the DBC gang provides the lowdown on his upset sponsor. Plus, which two drivers would make for the most competitive one-on-one race? That question and more are answered in this week’s episode.
March 31, 2020
Former JR Motorsports teammates William Byron and Elliott Sadler join Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft, Casey Boat, and Jason Schultz to cover everything from iRacing to learning blackjack. Byron discusses his performance in Sunday’s Pro Invitational Series race, how long it took him to calm down after the loss and whether he will dish out payback next week. Sadler catches us up on retired life and his eagerness to learn from Byron and start iRacing. Plus the gang covers T.J. spotting for Dale Jr. and missing the first 15 laps, Timmy Hill’s big win and Daniel Suarez vs Ty Dillon. A Coronavirus schedule shakeup creates the first NASCAR/IndyCar doubleheader at Indianapolis in July and the guys react. Have the spotters ever told their drivers to shut up and drive? That questioned gets answered along with much more.
March 31, 2020
Former JR Motorsports teammates William Byron and Elliott Sadler join Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft, Casey Boat, and Jason Schultz to cover everything from iRacing to learning blackjack. Byron discusses his performance in Sunday’s Pro Invitational Series race, how long it took him to calm down after the loss and whether he will dish out payback next week. Sadler catches us up on retired life and his eagerness to learn from Byron and start iRacing. Plus the gang covers T.J. spotting for Dale Jr. and missing the first 15 laps, Timmy Hill’s big win and Daniel Suarez vs Ty Dillon. A Coronavirus schedule shakeup creates the first NASCAR/IndyCar doubleheader at Indianapolis in July and the guys react. Have the spotters ever told their drivers to shut up and drive? That questioned gets answered along with much more.
March 23, 2020
The first quarantine episode of Door Bumper Clear brings you Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft, Casey Boat, and Jason Schultz from their homes as they discuss the latest Coronavirus news impacting NASCAR and Sunday’s iRacing Pro Invitational. NASCAR announced the postponement of all events until May and the sport’s intention to make up all races before the playoffs, and the gang reacts. While T.J. spotted the iRacing event, Brett and Freddie participated in a live stream broadcast while enjoying some beverages and talk all about it. Plus, they cover the close finish between Denny Hamlin and Dale Jr. Brett tried his hand at iRacing and tells us how it went. In Xfinity Fast Lane, the guys debate which driver would make the best crew chief, the status of the Next Gen car’s 2021 debut, former racers they’d like to see on iRacing, which Cup driver could succeed in IndyCar, and NASCAR’s equivalent of Tom Brady’s move. Lastly, Freddie explains how he survived coming home to his wife after last week’s show and Casey’s dog Susan makes multiple appearances and has a lot to say.
March 17, 2020
The Door Bumper Clear gang returns following an eventful week of the NASCAR industry dealing with the fallout from the Coronavirus. Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft, and Jason Schultz discuss the initial postponement of two races, traveling to Atlanta on Friday when NASCAR made the decision and the concept of racing without fans in the stands. Plus, they cover what NASCAR should do given the recent CDC recommendation and why it’s difficult for spotters to sit out when they are sick. T.J. organized the iRacing “Replacements 100” race on Sunday that featured numerous drivers and popular racing personalities, and he shares what went into making the race happen. Xfinity debuts its sponsorship of “Fast Lane” and the guys share the changes and answer your Ask DBC questions in rapid fire style. Plus, a question about awkward dates the guys have been on leads Freddie to deliver one of the funniest stories in DBC history.
March 17, 2020
The Door Bumper Clear gang returns following an eventful week of the NASCAR industry dealing with the fallout from the Coronavirus. Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft, and Jason Schultz discuss the initial postponement of two races, traveling to Atlanta on Friday when NASCAR made the decision and the concept of racing without fans in the stands. Plus, they cover what NASCAR should do given the recent CDC recommendation and why it’s difficult for spotters to sit out when they are sick. T.J. organized the iRacing “Replacements 100” race on Sunday that featured numerous drivers and popular racing personalities, and he shares what went into making the race happen. Xfinity debuts its sponsorship of “Fast Lane” and the guys share the changes and answer your Ask DBC questions in rapid fire style. Plus, a question about awkward dates the guys have been on leads Freddie to deliver one of the funniest stories in DBC history.
March 9, 2020
Four races into the 2020 NASCAR season and Door Bumper Clear picked up its second victory as Joey Logano and T.J. Majors brought home the win from Phoenix Raceway. T.J. joins Brett Griffin, Freddie Kraft, Casey Boat, and Jason Schultz to discuss everything from another winning weekend. Major changes were made to improve the quality of racing at Phoenix and they discuss the details and why it all worked. Wild restarts make spotting a challenge in the desert and the guys explain how they guide their drivers through the chaos. Ty Gibbs wore sunglasses during his post-ARCA race interview on Friday night and Brett called him out on Twitter, and he shares why he didn’t like it. NASCAR announced the 2021 Busch Clash will run on the Daytona road course and Brett discusses why he thinks the drivers won’t want to race it. Freddie’s driver Bubba Wallace got back on the lead lap by the end of Sunday’s race and Freddie shares Bubba’s hilarious reaction. Plus, Brett tells the story of the time he called the manager of a restaurant while sitting at a table, and much more.
March 2, 2020
NASCAR’s annual trip to Auto Club Speedway is complete and T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft, Casey Boat, and Jason Schultz come to you after the weekend of racing to break it all down. They discuss Alex Bowman’s win and what it could mean for his future, another strong run foiled late for Ryan Blaney and Harrison Burton silencing all the haters by winning the Xfinity Series race. Angry drivers were a hot topic on Sunday and our spotters discuss how they really react to being told to relay a message to another competitor. After winning Sunday’s pole, Clint Bowyer celebrated at Hooters where he was pranked by his spotter Brett Griffin, and Freddie shares that story. Plus, they look at a major change coming on the Next Gen car and how the altered aero package will perform in its debut this weekend at Phoenix.
March 2, 2020
NASCAR’s annual trip to Auto Club Speedway is complete and T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft, Casey Boat, and Jason Schultz come to you after the weekend of racing to break it all down. They discuss Alex Bowman’s win and what it could mean for his future, another strong run foiled late for Ryan Blaney and Harrison Burton silencing all the haters by winning the Xfinity Series race. Angry drivers were a hot topic on Sunday and our spotters discuss how they really react to being told to relay a message to another competitor. After winning Sunday’s pole, Clint Bowyer celebrated at Hooters where he was pranked by his spotter Brett Griffin, and Freddie shares that story. Plus, they look at a major change coming on the Next Gen car and how the altered aero package will perform in its debut this weekend at Phoenix.
February 24, 2020
T.J. Majors picked up Door Bumper Clear’s first victory of 2020 with Joey Logano at Las Vegas and steps right off the redeye flight to talk all about it with Brett Griffin, Casey Boat, and Jason Schultz. Majors describes the final restart and strategy call that led the No. 22 team to victory, Ryan Blaney giving the win away and the most lead changes at Las Vegas in over a decade. Plus, they cover Kevin Harvick placing a bounty on Kyle Busch, debate the need for qualifications to compete at NASCAR’s top levels and discuss what went wrong for Toyota on Sunday. Griffin details his tough day on the track but fun nights out on the town, including hanging out with Kid Rock. After announcing her pregnancy, Casey reveals her cravings and the boys help her with baby names. Now it’s off to California and they share what to expect on track this weekend.
February 24, 2020
T.J. Majors picked up Door Bumper Clear’s first victory of 2020 with Joey Logano at Las Vegas and steps right off the redeye flight to talk all about it with Brett Griffin, Casey Boat, and Jason Schultz. Majors describes the final restart and strategy call that led the No. 22 team to victory, Ryan Blaney giving the win away and the most lead changes at Las Vegas in over a decade. Plus, they cover Kevin Harvick placing a bounty on Kyle Busch, debate the need for qualifications to compete at NASCAR’s top levels and discuss what went wrong for Toyota on Sunday. Griffin details his tough day on the track but fun nights out on the town, including hanging out with Kid Rock. After announcing her pregnancy, Casey reveals her cravings and the boys help her with baby names. Now it’s off to California and they share what to expect on track this weekend.
February 19, 2020
A wild Speedweeks has concluded and Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft, Casey Boat and Jason Schultz are back from Daytona to cover it all. They react to Ryan Newman’s terrifying last lap crash and share their vantage point of the accident. President Trump’s presence at the race increased the hype and they highlight the significance of his appearance. Plus, they discuss the events from the entire week of racing including drivers throwing blocks and having bigger runs than ever before, Daniel Suarez blaming his spotter for a duel wreck and Kevin Harvick’s contract extension. As NASCAR now heads to Las Vegas, they preview Ross Chastain filling in for Newman, racing with no fear, expectations for the aero package this season and much more.
February 19, 2020
A wild Speedweeks has concluded and Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft, Casey Boat and Jason Schultz are back from Daytona to cover it all. They react to Ryan Newman’s terrifying last lap crash and share their vantage point of the accident. President Trump’s presence at the race increased the hype and they highlight the significance of his appearance. Plus, they discuss the events from the entire week of racing including drivers throwing blocks and having bigger runs than ever before, Daniel Suarez blaming his spotter for a duel wreck and Kevin Harvick’s contract extension. As NASCAR now heads to Las Vegas, they preview Ross Chastain filling in for Newman, racing with no fear, expectations for the aero package this season and much more.
February 3, 2020
Brett Griffin got a job, T.J. Majors shaved his neck, Freddie Kraft’s hungover, Casey Boat’s mad at TJ, and Jason Schultz now works full-time. Door Bumper Clear returns for season five and picks up right where they left off. Freddie joins the gang as they recap their off-seasons that included ski trips, drunk FaceTimes and more. Then, they react to major NASCAR news including Jimmie Johnson’s final full-time year, Cole Pearn’s departure, aero package changes, stage length adjustments, new crew chiefs, the Truck Series playoff expansion and more. It’s now onto Speedweeks at Daytona as they preview drafting strategies, relive their first Daytona 500s as spotters and prepare to start a new season.
February 3, 2020
Brett Griffin got a job, T.J. Majors shaved his neck, Freddie Kraft’s hungover, Casey Boat’s mad at TJ, and Jason Schultz now works full-time. Door Bumper Clear returns for season five and picks up right where they left off. Freddie joins the gang as they recap their off-seasons that included ski trips, drunk FaceTimes and more. Then, they react to major NASCAR news including Jimmie Johnson’s final full-time year, Cole Pearn’s departure, aero package changes, stage length adjustments, new crew chiefs, the Truck Series playoff expansion and more. It’s now onto Speedweeks at Daytona as they preview drafting strategies, relive their first Daytona 500s as spotters and prepare to start a new season.
November 19, 2019
Three champions are crowned and the 2019 NASCAR season is in the books. T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft returned from Homestead-Miami to discuss the final race weekend of the year in this season four finale episode. Kyle Busch, Tyler Reddick and Matt Crafton hoisted the title trophies and the guys breakdown all three of their performances, seasons and futures. Plus, Denny Hamlin and Martin Truex Jr.’s pit road mistakes, an easy race strategy and a strong close to the season for Clint Bowyer are covered from Sunday. Toyota dominated all season long and the guys debate whether or not they may have an advantage right now. The age-old question of how a spotter uses the bathroom during the race is answered and find out which spotter had to relieve another spotter over the weekend. A dramatic and eventful 2019 season is now history and the guys reflect back on their years. Another silly season piece fell into place over the weekend and the 2020 Cup rookie of the year battle is previewed. Plus, hear the biggest accomplishments of the decade, way too early 2020 title picks and all the details from Sunday night’s season-ending party.
November 19, 2019
Three champions are crowned and the 2019 NASCAR season is in the books. T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft returned from Homestead-Miami to discuss the final race weekend of the year in this season four finale episode. Kyle Busch, Tyler Reddick and Matt Crafton hoisted the title trophies and the guys breakdown all three of their performances, seasons and futures. Plus, Denny Hamlin and Martin Truex Jr.’s pit road mistakes, an easy race strategy and a strong close to the season for Clint Bowyer are covered from Sunday. Toyota dominated all season long and the guys debate whether or not they may have an advantage right now. The age-old question of how a spotter uses the bathroom during the race is answered and find out which spotter had to relieve another spotter over the weekend. A dramatic and eventful 2019 season is now history and the guys reflect back on their years. Another silly season piece fell into place over the weekend and the 2020 Cup rookie of the year battle is previewed. Plus, hear the biggest accomplishments of the decade, way too early 2020 title picks and all the details from Sunday night’s season-ending party.
November 12, 2019
Championship week has arrived and to review Phoenix and preview Homestead-Miami, Brett Griffin and T.J. Majors are joined by Bubba Wallace’s spotter Freddie Kraft. Before discussing Sunday’s race, they cover the hefty penalty and fine Wallace received over the weekend. After entering Phoenix above the cutoff line, Joey Logano was eliminated after Denny Hamlin won the penultimate race of 2019. Majors discusses what went wrong and what could have been if the No. 22 team made the Championship 4. Drivers expressed their frustrations with the quality of racing on Sunday and concern mounted for next year’s championship race at Phoenix. The gang discusses why fire alarms should be going off at NASCAR to improve the on-track product. Three champions will be crowned this weekend and the guys share what to expect in each race, the impact the 2019 aero package will have in the Cup Series finale and who will win each title. Plus, Michael Waltrip’s documentary “In the Blink of an Eye” stirs up emotions and memories from 2001.
November 12, 2019
Championship week has arrived and to review Phoenix and preview Homestead-Miami, Brett Griffin and T.J. Majors are joined by Bubba Wallace’s spotter Freddie Kraft. Before discussing Sunday’s race, they cover the hefty penalty and fine Wallace received over the weekend. After entering Phoenix above the cutoff line, Joey Logano was eliminated after Denny Hamlin won the penultimate race of 2019. Majors discusses what went wrong and what could have been if the No. 22 team made the Championship 4. Drivers expressed their frustrations with the quality of racing on Sunday and concern mounted for next year’s championship race at Phoenix. The gang discusses why fire alarms should be going off at NASCAR to improve the on-track product. Three champions will be crowned this weekend and the guys share what to expect in each race, the impact the 2019 aero package will have in the Cup Series finale and who will win each title. Plus, Michael Waltrip’s documentary “In the Blink of an Eye” stirs up emotions and memories from 2001.
November 5, 2019
TJ Majors and Brett Griffin return from Texas Motor Speedway to cover the weekend in racing. Added traction compound to the racing surface caused numerous crashes on Sunday and the guys discuss the use of it and if more was applied unannounced. Bubba Wallace’s spin to bring out the 11th caution in the Cup race stirred some controversy, prompting a debate about drivers intentionally spinning to bring out the yellow flag. NASCAR and F1 both hosted races in Texas on Sunday and the optics of it are discussed. Tony Stewart said he wants to fight Denny Hamlin and Joey Logano together, his chances of winning and favorite Stewart fights are shared. This weekend’s race in Phoenix will decide the Championship 4, who will earn the final two spots and expectations for how the race will unfold sets the scene for the penultimate race of the season. Plus, TJ discusses test driving a Tesla, the gang shares which candy they can’t live without and much more.
November 5, 2019
TJ Majors and Brett Griffin return from Texas Motor Speedway to cover the weekend in racing. Added traction compound to the racing surface caused numerous crashes on Sunday and the guys discuss the use of it and if more was applied unannounced. Bubba Wallace’s spin to bring out the 11th caution in the Cup race stirred some controversy, prompting a debate about drivers intentionally spinning to bring out the yellow flag. NASCAR and F1 both hosted races in Texas on Sunday and the optics of it are discussed. Tony Stewart said he wants to fight Denny Hamlin and Joey Logano together, his chances of winning and favorite Stewart fights are shared. This weekend’s race in Phoenix will decide the Championship 4, who will earn the final two spots and expectations for how the race will unfold sets the scene for the penultimate race of the season. Plus, TJ discusses test driving a Tesla, the gang shares which candy they can’t live without and much more.
October 28, 2019
The playoff intensity level increased Sunday at Martinsville Speedway and TJ Majors, Brett Griffin, Casey Boat and Jason Schultz have a lot to say after it all went down. TJ explains the on-track incident that led to the post-race altercation between Denny Hamlin and Joey Logano, he and Brett discuss the involvement of the pit crew in the scuffle and how these incidents should be handled moving forward. They cover Todd Gilliland telling Kyle Busch to stay in his motorhome after Gilliland’s first career truck series victory on Saturday, Aric Almirola saying he’ll make it hell for Busch in the final three races and Clint Bowyer’s team changing the wrong tire after pitting with a flat. It’s Holla-ween week and the gang shares their costumes and plans before looking ahead to this weekend’s races in Texas.
October 28, 2019
The playoff intensity level increased Sunday at Martinsville Speedway and TJ Majors, Brett Griffin, Casey Boat and Jason Schultz have a lot to say after it all went down. TJ explains the on-track incident that led to the post-race altercation between Denny Hamlin and Joey Logano, he and Brett discuss the involvement of the pit crew in the scuffle and how these incidents should be handled moving forward. They cover Todd Gilliland telling Kyle Busch to stay in his motorhome after Gilliland’s first career truck series victory on Saturday, Aric Almirola saying he’ll make it hell for Busch in the final three races and Clint Bowyer’s team changing the wrong tire after pitting with a flat. It’s Holla-ween week and the gang shares their costumes and plans before looking ahead to this weekend’s races in Texas.
October 21, 2019
After a wild playoff weekend at Kansas, Brett Griffin, TJ Majors, Casey Boat, and Jason Schultz react to tempers flaring on Saturday, Cup Series eliminations and heading to Martinsville. After an eventful Xfinity Series race at Kansas, the guys discuss Garrett Smithley and the leaders crashing and Tyler Reddick vs Cole Custer. Both spotters had intense races on Sunday as Joey Logano crashed late and barely avoided elimination while Clint Bowyer failed to advance. They discuss their performances plus Chase Elliott edging out Brad Keselowski for the final Round of 8 spot, Denny Hamlin letting Jimmie Johnson get his lap back and the ARCA cars qualifying faster than the Cup cars. Plus, the gang shares the latest silly season moves and scary freak injuries.
October 21, 2019
After a wild playoff weekend at Kansas, Brett Griffin, TJ Majors, Casey Boat, and Jason Schultz react to tempers flaring on Saturday, Cup Series eliminations and heading to Martinsville. After an eventful Xfinity Series race at Kansas, the guys discuss Garrett Smithley and the leaders crashing and Tyler Reddick vs Cole Custer. Both spotters had intense races on Sunday as Joey Logano crashed late and barely avoided elimination while Clint Bowyer failed to advance. They discuss their performances plus Chase Elliott edging out Brad Keselowski for the final Round of 8 spot, Denny Hamlin letting Jimmie Johnson get his lap back and the ARCA cars qualifying faster than the Cup cars. Plus, the gang shares the latest silly season moves and scary freak injuries.
October 15, 2019
A wild Monday race at Talladega Superspeedway provided plenty for T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin, Casey Boat and Jason Schultz to cover. NASCAR’s controversial rulings on running below the yellow line on the final lap, the manufacturers drafting strategy and a return of tandem drafting are discussed. Also, TJ shares why Joey Logano and Alex Bowman’s contact triggered the first big crash of the race. Brett explains why Clint Bowyer lost two laps when his car became stuck on the banking. Ross Chastain announced his 2020 plans and the gang has the scoop. Plus, expectations heading to the second elimination race at Kansas, reaction to jumping into fire on Talladega Blvd and much more.
October 8, 2019
Kaulig Racing President Chris Rice joins the gang to discuss his racing career, Kaulig’s origins and the 2020 rule changes. Then after Dover, they breakdown Joey Logano racing multiple laps down, Denny Hamlin’s comments about Logano, the difficulty of passing on Sunday, and Kyle Larson breaking his winless streak. Now headed to Talladega, the two spotters on the outside of the playoff cutoff line discuss their nerves, the importance of teamwork and the need to execute on Sunday.
October 8, 2019
Kaulig Racing President Chris Rice joins the gang to discuss his racing career, Kaulig’s origins and the 2020 rule changes. Then after Dover, they breakdown Joey Logano racing multiple laps down, Denny Hamlin’s comments about Logano, the difficulty of passing on Sunday, and Kyle Larson breaking his winless streak. Now headed to Talladega, the two spotters on the outside of the playoff cutoff line discuss their nerves, the importance of teamwork and the need to execute on Sunday.
October 1, 2019
Jeff Gluck from TheAthletic.com joins the gang after a wild Charlotte ROVAL race. First, they discuss the changing NASCAR media landscape, Jeff spotting a race, being called to the NASCAR hauler, and the origins of the tweetup. Then, they cover everything from Sunday’s race including Alex Bowman vs Bubba Wallace, Chase Elliott’s signature performance, Clint Bowyer advancing to the Round of 12, Ryan Newman being eliminated, inconsistent caution calls, the Ricky Stenhouse Jr. news, and Brett as Alexa.
September 24, 2019
Assistant NASCAR Cup Series Director and pace car driver Kip Childress joins the show to explain his role, how he began working in racing, behind-the-scenes elements of race weekends and more. Then, Kip and the gang cover Erik Jones’ disqualification at Richmond, Martin Truex Jr. spinning and winning, Alex Bowman calling out Austin Dillon, Wrecky Spinhouse, Tyler Reddick’s future, ROVAL elimination race expectations and a peek at upcoming changes for the sport.
September 16, 2019
The DBC gang returns from Las Vegas to cover an action packed weekend in Sin City. They discuss Kyle Busch running into the Garrett Smithley, Daniel Suarez‘s contact with Joey Logano, Matt DiBenedetto’s new ride, drivers caring what their peers think and roughing up the competition at Richmond.  
September 10, 2019
Brett and Freddie are celebrating after Indy as Clint Bowyer made the playoffs and Bubba Wallace finished third. They talk their days, Jimmie Johnson missing the playoffs, Mike Harmon vs Michael Annett, Elliott Sadler’s last ride and $250 jorts.
September 4, 2019
A trio of spotters takes over the show after Darlington to discuss the playoff bubble, Daniel Suarez vs Ryan Newman, Dale Jr.’s Xfinity Series return, Denny Hamlin’s Saturday disqualification, racing wide open at Indy and spotting the wrong car.
August 20, 2019
Timmy Hill joins the gang after a standout Bristol performance. They cover Matt DiBenedetto passing Ryan Newman, Natalie Decker’s radio, back half of the field struggles, working harder than top drivers, best Bristol racing ever and swallowing bugs.
August 13, 2019
Joey Logano joins the gang to talk being flashed and flipped off, almost stealing TJ from Dale Jr., little Joey at JGR, and awkward pace truck rides. Plus, Brett and TJ cover Clint Bowyer playing defense, cars running out of gas at Michigan and more.
August 5, 2019
Freddie Kraft returns after Bubba Wallace turns Kyle Busch at Watkins Glen to discuss that with the gang and Jimmie Johnson vs Ryan Blaney, Justin Allgaier vs Ross Chastain, and AJ Allmendinger’s DQ while Brett takes on the Clemson football.
August 2, 2019
A live taping of Door Bumper Clear at Pocono Raceway ahead of the Gander RV 400. TJ and Brett cover spotting the wrong cars, Dale Jr.’s 2014 Pocono sweep, when TJ stopped spotting Dale Jr. for 30 laps and answer live fan questions.
July 30, 2019
Brett is back after Pocono and the gang discusses Ricky Stenhouse Jr. turning Kurt Busch, Daniel Suarez vs Bubba Wallace, Suarez’s restart penalty, Ross Chastain winning again, Jimmie Johnson’s crew chief change, visine sandwiches and more.
July 23, 2019
Race winning spotter Tim Fedewa returns after Kevin Harvick’s New Hampshire victory. He and TJ cover the battle for the win, brake checking the field on restarts, Denny Hamlin calling out spotters, Paul Menard vs Harrison Burton and speeding tickets.
July 16, 2019
Kevin Harvick’s spotter Tim Fedewa joins the gang after Kentucky to talk his racing career, the Busch brothers battling for the win, Joey Logano falling from 1st to 7th in overtime, Natalie Decker’s hat toss and tossing a sandwich off the roof.
July 8, 2019
The gang relives everything from Daytona including Brad Keselowski not lifting, blocking and Sunday’s big one, Justin Haley’s upset victory, NASCAR’s lightning policy, Ross Chastain’s win and being arrested without explanation.
July 2, 2019
Chicagoland provided plenty for the gang to discuss including Alex Bowman’s win, Kyle Busch blocking Joey Logano, Austin Hill vs Grant Enfinger, when to throw cautions, the final July Daytona race, a spotter in the TV booth and new sponsor Offerpad.
June 25, 2019
Ross Chastain joins the show after his Truck Series win at Gateway. He and the gang cover his Iowa disqualification, Sonoma’s carousel, no natural cautions on Sunday, Johnny Sauter’s suspension, how to prove yourself in racing and throwing birds.
June 12, 2019
Michigan winning spotter TJ Majors, Brett Griffin, Hannah Newhouse and Jason Schultz cover Joey Logano’s dominant win, 5 p.m. start time, jumping the final restart, Greg Biffle’s truck victory, Hailie Deegan’s move and new partner Pristine Auction.
June 3, 2019
Brett returns from Clint Bowyer’s birthday on a yacht and joins TJ, Casey, and Jason to discuss the lack of passing at Pocono, Kyle Larson vs Clint Bowyer, racing being a mind game now, hybrid race cars, best dad jokes, pickup lines and more.
May 28, 2019
A long World 600 provided the gang plenty to cover including JGR’s blown tires, Martin Truex Jr. asking David Ragan to move to the rear, no caution for debris on Saturday, potential for an IndyCar/NASCAR doubleheader, bets with a six-year-old and more.
May 21, 2019
Freddie Kraft is back with the gang after Bubba Wallace’s big All-Star night to discuss his performance, Clint Bowyer vs Ryan Newman, fighting with a helmet on, shortening the World 600, Kyle Larson’s next move and spotter bathroom breaks.
May 13, 2019
The gang welcomes Hannah Newhouse back to spill the dirt on her douchebag comment from Bristol. She and the guys then discuss Erik Jones blocking Clint Bowyer, the restart lineup debacle, Ross Chastain’s truck win and All-Star Race expectations.
May 8, 2019
The gang returns from rainy Dover to cover the Cup cars being too easy to drive, aero package criticism, the return of single car qualifying, Kevin Harvick’s millennial car, best post-race parties and be pranked by JRM360.
April 30, 2019
Karsyn Elledge joins the gang after a wild weekend at Talladega to talk more horsepower for the Cup cars, the timing of the last lap caution, manufacturer team meetings, NASCAR racing in Mexico, hottest drivers and partying in the Talladega infield.
April 15, 2019
Freddie Kraft, TJ Majors, Casey Boat and Jason Schultz breakdown Richmond, Joey Logano not moving Martin Truex Jr. to win, rumored qualifying changes, moving over for teammates, best NASCAR comebacks, more horsepower at Talladega, Freddie’s half marathon and more.
April 8, 2019
AP reporter Jenna Fryer joins the gang to discuss her Darrell Waltrip article and the state of the NASCAR media before talking Bristol, Joey Logano and Clint Bowyer’s run-in, Brad Keselowski’s penalty, outrageous hotel prices and heated toilet seats.
April 1, 2019
The 2020 schedule shakeup, another qualifying controversy, Denny Hamlin catching fire and much more from the gang.
March 25, 2019
Bob Pockrass joins the gang to dish on his job and discuss Martinsville, tires lasting 3,000 laps, schedule rumors, hickeys and plenty more.
March 18, 2019
The qualifying debacle, slower speeds for the Cup cars, racing down a cylinder and grading the aero package has the gang fired up after California.
March 11, 2019
Suarez vs. McDowell, five-wide Phoenix restarts, airport driver fights, Elliott Sadler’s lose car in Talladega, port-a-potty’s on the roof and more
March 5, 2019
Race winning spotter TJ details Joey Logano’s victory before the gang discusses the new aero package, group qualifying, Brett and Freddie’s date night with Gwen Stefani plus more.
February 26, 2019
How a new aero package is changing the game of spotting.
February 18, 2019
TJ returned from Disney, Brett brought tequila, Casey got married and Jason turned 21! The season debut episode with guest Freddie Kraft breaks down Daytona, previews group qualifying with the new aero package and includes birthday shots.
November 20, 2018
Brett, Freddie, Jason and Cup Series championship spotter TJ Majors reflect on the title race, after-party and blowing motors before covering Brad Keselowski’s role in the final caution, Elliott Sadler’s finale, needing to honor Kasey Kahne and more.
November 12, 2018
Tito’s Vodka and Freddie Kraft join the gang after Phoenix to discuss Kevin Harvick advancing to Homestead despite the penalty, Brett meeting Timmy Hill, favorite Elliott Sadler memories, Joey Logano and TJ’s championship chances and more.
November 5, 2018
Freddie Kraft joins TJ “T-pot,” Casey and Jason after Texas to cover Aric Almirola’s comments on Joey Logano, Kyle Busch trying to wreck Bubba Wallace, ride swaps with other racers, Championship 4 predictions and the best Brett Griffin stories.
October 29, 2018
The gang is joined by Brett’s daughter Jovi and dog Layla to celebrate Joey Logano and TJ’s Martinsville victory, react to the bump and run, debate potential schedule changes, share their Halloween costumes plus more.
October 22, 2018
Brett, TJ and Jason relive Kansas and cover making the Round of 8, an eventful Xfinity Series race, the unfair playoff points advantage, potential for NASCAR in Australia, World Series predictions and Martinsville’s Dutch Inn.
October 15, 2018
The whole gang is in studio after Talladega, including TJ, to discuss the Ford teamwork strategy, no final lap caution, Jimmie Johnson and Chad Knaus splitting up, best Kasey Kahne memories, the most punchable face in NASCAR, spending 30 hours in a coffin and more.
October 8, 2018
Brett, Casey, Jason and Freddie Kraft cover Clint Bowyer’s problems at Dover, the 2019 rules package, flipping race car drivers off, Chase Elliott’s chances to reach Homestead, singing for 36 hours, pressure at Talladega and more.
October 1, 2018
The gang is joined by Racer.com’s Kelly Crandall after the Charlotte ROVAL race to cover the wild finish, playoff eliminations, the 2019 rules package, Round of 12 predictions, Noah Gragson joining JRM, betting at Dover and more.
September 24, 2018
Brett, Casey and Jason are back along with Freddie Kraft, filling in for TJ, to cover Dale Jr.’s performance at Richmond, Ross Chastain’s rise, silly season rumors, Twitter emojis on racecars, Charlotte ROVAL expectations and strange fair food.
September 11, 2018
Freddie Kraft joins Brett, Casey and Matthew Dillner after Indy to hear about Casey’s bachelorette party and discuss the four-wide Xfinity Series stage finish, a possible return to Nashville and Rockingham, Round of 16 elimination predictions and more.
September 4, 2018
The gang is back together as Brett sets the record straight about Clint Bowyer’s Darlington crash before covering lapped traffic, Ross Chastain and Kevin Harvick, Elliott Sadler’s retirement, drivers as females, cussing in Myrtle Beach and more.
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