Here is a full breakdown of all of the NASCAR television programming that will be available on Friday. Thanks to John Morris (@JMorrisTV on Twitter) for helping compile this list!

ALL TIMES ARE EASTERN STANDARD TIME! Continue reading “NASCAR Television Schedule: Friday, July 5, 2019”

UPDATE: After attempting to make repairs to their No. 24 machine after the final practice crash with Brad Keselowski, William Byron’s team will go to their backup car for Saturday’s Coke Zero 400.

Continue reading “Video: Keselowski Crashes Byron in Final Practice”

SHOW #524 – Guests: Aric Almirola and William Byron – We recap the Daytona Wreck-Fest, hear from first time winner Erik Jones, second place Martin Truex Jr., ROVAL testing from Charlotte, NBC ratings are up, plus a full preview of Kentucky this weekend. Hosted by Kerry Murphey and Toby Christie
(Roughly 48:00 mins)(this one is a bit longer)

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SHOW #523 – Guest: We chatted about motorsports betting with Geoff Johnson from mytopsportsbooks.com

Guest #2: Ryan Blaney, driver of the #12 for Penske Racing and fellow podcaster

We also discussed the crazy Chicagoland finish between Kyle Busch and Kyle Larson, Marcus Murphey makes an appearance, lug nut penalties (of course), SHR drivers coming back for 2019, Charlotte Roval testing looms, and monster TV ratings for NBC last week. Plus we preview the mid-season Daytona under the lights race. Hosted by Kerry Murphey and Toby Christie.
(Roughly 48:00 mins)

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By: Toby Christie, Editor — Follow on Twitter @toby_christie

Kyle Larson, Austin Dillon, Chris Buescher and Ryan Blaney. These are all drivers who have recorded their first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup victories since Chase Elliott began his Cup Series career in 2016. Yet Elliott, one of the best pure talents the sport has seen in a long time remains winless.

Continue reading “Is It Finally Time For Chase Elliott’s First Win?”

By: Toby Christie, Editor – Follow on Twitter @Toby_Christie

Speedweeks 2018 is in the books. For the last couple of weeks, we were treated to a stunning display of brightly colored race cars driving two to three, and sometimes four-wide.

We saw breathtaking crashes, that luckily every driver walked away from.

In all, 58 machines were wadded up past the point of being able to finish the race between the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, NASCAR Xfinity Series, NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, and ARCA Racing Series events in Daytona. Continue reading “There’s More Than Wrecked Cars to Talk About After Daytona”

By: Toby Christie – @Toby_Christie

It has been a rough curtain call season so far for Dale Earnhardt Jr. After 16 races, the 42-year-old driver is mired 22nd in points, but he is riding the momentum of two straight top-10 finishes heading into possibly his best track — Daytona International Speedway.

Earnhardt always seems to be a factor when it comes down to the win at restrictor plate races, and this time around — possibly his final race at Daytona — he has a really fast car.
Continue reading “Dale Earnhardt Jr. Has Great Car For What Could Be Last Daytona Race”

By: Toby Christie – @Toby_Christie

When Dale Earnhardt Jr. announced his retirement from full-time Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series racing earlier this season, he was emphatic that he would not be completely done driving.

The 14-time most popular driver will have at least two NASCAR Xfinity Series starts for his JR Motorsports team in 2018, but what about a one-off Cup Series start?
Continue reading “Could Dale Earnhardt Jr. Really Run the 2018 Daytona 500?”