The Final Lap Weekly NASCAR Racing Radio Podcast #496 Chris Buescher / Top 16 Drivers of 2017 Part 3

SHOW #496 – Guest: Chris Buescher, Chase Elliott (Encore) We wrap up our look at the Top 16 NASCAR Cup Series Drivers of the 2017 season, news of the week includes Kyle Larson wanting full time WoO schedule, Childress shoots guns, Petty expecting baby, and tons more off-season fun. Hosted by Kerry Murphey & Toby Christie

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The Final Lap Weekly NASCAR Racing Radio Podcast #466 Chris Buescher / Pocono Preview

SHOW #466 – Guest: Chris Buescher – We recap the Dover weekend, Kyle Busch has a 4 week staff change, new driver for the #43 making a Cup debate, Jimmie Johnson is not retiring, Dale Jr. and his adventurous dog Gus, we also preview the only triangular track in NASCAR Pocono, Clint Bowyer for some reason, and stick around for the ending, you won’t regret it. Hosted by Kerry Murphey and Toby Christie.

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The Final Lap Weekly NASCAR Radio Podcast – #428 Chris Buescher / The Chase Starts at Chicagoland

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Pennsylvania 400SHOW #428 – Guest: Chris Buescher – We also have a BIG announcement, AJ gets a cat, Dale Jr. live Tweets, NASCAR ups the rules ante, Johnson on Corden, the Top 16 are reviewed, Fantasy Racing, and a ton of fun (always included for free) Hosted by Kerry Murphey and Toby Christie  iHeartRadio_Logos( Roughly 48:00 mins)

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Chris Buescher confident he’ll make the Chase

Buescher_Gallery_6_112115WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. – Chris Buescher is still on the outside looking in, but probably not for long.

After last Sunday’s unexpected NASCAR Sprint Cup Series victory at Pocono Raceway, Buescher is still 31st in the standings, six points behind 30th-place David Ragan. In order to qualify for the Chase, Buescher must be in the top 30 after the 26th race of the season, scheduled for Sept. 10 at Richmond. Continue reading “Chris Buescher confident he’ll make the Chase”