#587 Guests: Christopher Bell & Cole Custer – We also recap the short track action from Richmond. Discuss the surprising performance of winless Ryan Newman, shocking CBell to the 95, actually shocking Buescher to the 17, Stenhouse out, plus a full preview of the Charlotte Roval. We also hear from Daniel Hemric. Hosted by Kerry Murphey and Toby Christie. #587

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SHOW #563 – Guest: Christopher Bell, we also recap the Kyle Busch NASCAR Cup Series from Bristol, discuss how team members are ejected from a race (we think), DW is stepping away, Ryan Blaney has our shiny light on him, Atlanta is now cheaper, plus a full Richmond Preview. Hosted by Kerry “Sniffles” Murphey and Toby “Spineless” Christie.

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By Robert Schloemer, NASCAR Fan Contributer – Follow on Twitter @SchloemerZ

*Editor’s note: The Schloemer Zone is a place for NASCAR fans to hear the ranting and raving of a true NASCAR fan — Robert Schloemer. Schloemer is not a trained journalist, and has no skin in the game financially, he is just a huge NASCAR fan and has agreed to bring his thoughts and opinions in a periodic column on The Final Lap.

Hold onto your hat folks. The 2019 NASCAR Xfinity season is shaping up to be a real barn burner. With Friday’s news of Ross Chastain earning a full-time ride in the No. 42 Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet Camaro, and yesterday’s announcement of Austin Cindric in the No. 22 Penske Ford Mustang, we are seeing some big names being put into some top-notch cars! Continue reading “Schloemer Zone: The 2019 Xfinity Series, Where Big Names Will be Made”

By Toby Christie, Editor — Follow on Twitter @Toby_Christie

While most of the buzz in the NASCAR Xfinity Series this season has been about how Joe Gibbs Racing’s young phenom Christopher Bell looks like he’s ready to move to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, Justin Allgaier has continued to chalk up results like he has throughout his eight full-time seasons in the NXS ranks.

And this has me wondering: Why aren’t more people talking about Allgaier?
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