Joey Logano took the checkered flag for Sunday's Hollywood Casino 400 from Kansas Speedway. It's Logano's 2nd win of the season and the win locks him into the championship race. We'll discuss the ups and downs from the Cup event and talk about the NASCAR Xfinity event & Chase Briscoe's victory.
Plus, there have been three news stories for the NASCAR silly season. First it was Kyle Larson's announced reinstatement effective January 1. Larson has been suspended from NASCAR since May. Rumors point to him driving the No. 5 (88) car next season. We'll discuss if this was the right move.
Also, Chase Briscoe has a new ride for 2021. He will move to the Cup Series and run for Rookie of the Year. Briscoe will drive the Stewart-Haas Racing No. 14 Ford, replacing the retiring Clint Bowyer. We'll discuss the move and talk about his expectations for 2021.
Then there's the reports about Erik Jones' future. Reports are that Jones will drive Richard Petty's No. 43 Chevrolet next season. Jones' was a hotly contested free agent and is settles for a middle of the road ride. We'll talk about his expectations for 2021 and discuss what the future looks like for him.
Who do you think are the ten best drivers of the 2010s? There will be a lot of different opinions as far as who be on the list. Clayton Caldwell gives his take on the ten best drivers of that decade and why they line up where they do. Plus, he'll also give two honorable mentions for drivers who 'just missed the cut.'
What is your take on the list? Did Clayton Caldwell get it right? What ones do you disagree with?
Chase Elliott won his fourth road course race in a row on Sunday at Charlotte. It was a win that had some interesting moments including NASCAR racing in the rain! Elliott has the dominate car and went to victory lane. We'll break it all down and discuss the four drivers eliminated from championship contention heading to Kansas.
Plus, AJ Allmendinger won the rain filled NASCAR XFINITY Series race from the Charlotte Roval and discuss the whole race and give our thoughts on the event and whether or not NASCAR should have red flagged the race for good.
Plus, Matty D stays in the 21 for 21 & Clint Bowyer will retire! I'll get the guys thoughts on that!
Clint Bowyer announced on Thursday night that he will retire from full-time Cup Series competition after the 2020 season and move the Fox Sports broadcast booth. Clayton Caldwell discusses his career and who could potentially replace Bowyer in the No. 14 car next season.
Also Matt DiBenedetto resigned to stay with the Wood Brothers Racing No. 21 Ford for the 2021 season. It was a bit of a surprise to many since many rumors had Austin Cindric in the car next season. Cindric, meanwhile, will stay in the Xfinity Series and move to the No. 21 Ford in the Cup Series for the 2022 season.
Clayton Caldwell gives his thoughts on that and what it means for DiBendetto heading into the 2021 season.
Denny Hamlin's solid 2020 season continues as he took the checkered flag for the 7th time in 2020 in controversial fashion. Did Hamlin go below the yellow line and advance his position? Did NASCAR get the calls at the correct? We'll discuss.
Plus, Chris Buescher got his 8th place finish rescinded after NASCAR ruled he blocked Chase Elliott after ruling Elliott went below the yellow line. NASCAR has come out and said that the calls are easy to make, yet changed their minds on the Elliott call.
We'll talk about that and whether or not the yellow line rule needs to be changed or eliminated.
Plus, Justin Haley and Raphael Lassard took the checkered flags in those events. We'll discuss the playoff situations for each series and see who is in trouble for the next events.
The 2021 schedule has been released. There are several changes including, a dirt race at Bristol, 3 more road courses races, additional races at Atlanta and Darlington and Chicagoland and Kentucky falling off the schedule.
Clayton Caldwell will gives his thoughts on the schedule.
Kurt Busch won the Cup event on Sunday night at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. It was his 32nd career victory and it locks him into the third round of the playoffs.
We'll discuss that & who is in a tough spot heading to Talladega and the Roval.
Plus, it was a dominating victory for Chase Briscoe in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. It was his 8th win of the year and he advances to the next round.
Plus, Austin Hill won the Truck event from Vegas. He advances to the next round and avoids the disaster of Talladega.
It was a busy Monday in the NASCAR world as two pieces of news shook the world.
Ross Chastain will drive Chip Ganassi's No. 42 car in 2021. We'll give our thoughts on that and whether or not that was the right move.
Also, there are reports circulating that NASCAR will move the all-star race to Texas Motor Speedway and move a points race to the Circuit of The America's in Texas. We'll discuss that potential change and whether or not that is a good move.
Plus, Kevin Harvick won the Cup race at Bristol, and four drivers were eliminated. Also a big weekend for Chase Briscoe and Sam Mayer, who won both the ARCA race & the Truck event. We'll break down the entire weekend and look ahead to Las Vegas.
A piece of the silly season puzzle has been solved as Ross Chastain will drive the No. 42 Chevrolet for Chip Ganassi Racing in 2021.
Host Clayton Caldwell gives his thoughts on the move and whether or not CGR made the right call.
Brad Keselowski took the checkered flag at Richmond to put himself into the next round of the playoffs. It was a dominating victory.
We'll discuss that & Justin Allgaier's impressive weekend, winning both Xfinity Series races. We'll talk about those races and preview the race at Bristol.
Plus, Grant Enfinger impressed in the truck race on Thursday. We'll preview the playoffs and discuss who we think will win the championship.
Finally, Daniel Suarez and Gaunt Brothers Racing has announced that they will part ways at the end of 2020. What does that mean for the two's future? We'll discuss.
Kevin Harvick held off Austin Dillon to win the 2020 Cook Out Southern 500 from Darlington Raceway. It was a finish that happened because Chase Elliott and Martin Truex Jr got together in the closing stages leaving both drivers with some damage and ending any shot at victory. We'll discuss that event and who has put themselves in a tough spot entering Richmond.
Plus, Brandon Jones went to victory lane in the NASCAR Xfinity Series race on Saturday after another late race battle took the leaders out of contention. This time it was Denny Hamlin & Ross Chastain. We'll discuss that finish and we look ahead to Richmond.
Plus a late race caution put Ben Rhodes at the front of the field and he was able to capitalize to win the truck race at Darlington.
We'll also talk about Auto Club Speedway being turned into a short track and Ty Majeski is out at Niece Motorsports. Trevor Bayne will drive the No. 45 this weekend. We'll give our thoughts.
Kevin Harvick and Denny Hamlin were the winners this past weekend at Dover on the Cup side of things with Chase Briscoe and Justin Allgaier winning the xfinity races & Zane Smith's second truck victory of the year on Friday. We'll break down all the action.
Plus controversy at Indy. Was it right to end the race under caution? We'll discuss that.
Also, Corey LaJoie our at Go Fas Racing. Where does he wind up? Plus we'll talk about who may drive the No. 32 Ford next year.
And Daytona is on the horizon again...this time it's the standard 2.5 mile track. We'll preview the final regular season race for the Cup guys and discuss what we expect to see!
Chase Elliott went to victory lane on Sunday to record his 8th career victory. He dominated the event but had to hold off Denny Hamlin on a late race restart.
Sheldon Creed won the truck race & Austin Cindric found victory lane again in the xfinity race. We'll break down those two events as well.
Plus rumor has it the Daytona road course may be here to stay. We'll get the guys thoughts on that.
Kevin Harvick won two races at Michgian this weekend both in pretty dominating fashion. We'll discuss everything you need to know from the weekend at Michigan.
Truck Series Dawson Cram joins the show to discuss his 14th place finish from Michigan & how he is helping the community off the track by the Helping Hands campaign.
Plus Erik Jones & Christopher Bell will have new rides for 2021. Bell will drive the No. 20 Toyota next season. Where will Jones go? We'll discuss what we think and if it was the right move for Joe Gibbs Racing.
Plus, we'll take your phone calls - 917-889-8280!
Brad Keselowski dominated the event at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Sunday. It was his third win of the second and the 33rd of his career. We'll discuss what this means for him and his changes on being the champion in 2020.
Plus, a few drivers had big days on Sunday and some struggled. We're getting to the point in the season where teams outside of the playoff bubble have to start making headway. We'll discuss the entire event & look at the playoff picture.
Also, we'll discuss what we expect to see in the truck race on Friday at Michigan & the double header weekend in the Cup Series at Michigan. Plus, we'll also talk about the first of back to back road course events for the xfinity series, this weekend at Road America.
Denny Hamlin puller off the victory in Thursday night's race at Kansas Speedway. We'll discuss the entire event, including Ryan's Preece's big wreck & who struggled and who performed the way they needed to.
Plus, the NASCAR Xfinity race took place Saturday evening with Brandon Jones scoring the win after starting 7th on a late race restart. Austin Cindric finished 2nd and had a big day. Is he now considered a championship favorite?
Plus Matt Crafton and Austin Hill won the truck races on Friday night and Saturday. It was Crafton's first win in over three years and Hill's first win in 2020. We'll break it down as well.
Plus we'll discuss the rest of the news and notes from NASCAR!
Kevin Harvick, Denny Hamlin, Ryan Blaney...all those names were the favorites heading into Texas. Austin Dillon was not. However, it was a day to remember for the 30-year-old North Carolina native pulling off an upset victory for his 3rd career win. His teammate Tyler Reddick finished 2nd in RCR's first 1-2 finish since 2011.
Ryan Blaney dominated the event, winning the first two stages. However, a late race caution caused by Quin Houff (we'll discuss that as well) put several leaders deep in the field, setting up the wild finish.
We'll discuss the entire event & talk about who needs a solid run in the next couple of weeks to lock themselves in the playoffs.
Austin Cindric won his third consecutive Xfinity race but he didn't cross the line first. Kyle Busch was disqualified for his car being too low, and Cindric was ruled the winner. We'll talk about that race as well.
Although Busch didn't win the Xfinity race, the truck race was dominated by Busch, although teammate Christian Eckes showed his strength as well with a very good run. The trucks have two races this weekend, so we'll look back at Texas & talk about what we expect to see at Kansas.
Plus - Iowa sold? & the random draw may be different in the playoffs? We'll talk about it all!
Chase Elliott took the checkered flag for the NASCAR Cup Series All-Star race. It's Elliott's first career win in the all-star race & Elliott took the last three stages.
The all-star open provided one of the most memorable moments of the night when Bubba Wallace and Michael McDowell got together causing Wallace to hit the wall. We'll discuss the open & what we thought of that moment.
Plus, we'd preview all three races from Texas.
On the morning of July 12, 1993 Davey Allison was on top of the world. By the end of the day, he would be clinging to life. He passed away the next morning and in doing so left a void that could never be filled.
Clayton Caldwell discusses the impact Davey Allison had on not only the NASCAR world but the world in general and what everyone missed out on.
It was a sad day 27 years ago and Clayton Caldwell reminisses about what might have been.
It was a trend of firsts at Kentucky Speedway this weekend.
Sheldon Creed took home the checkered flag in the Truck Series race at Kentucky Speedway after rain shortened the event on Saturday.
Thursday and Friday saw the NASCAR Xfinity Series at the facility with Austin Cindric taking home his first two oval victories in that series.
The weekend was capped off with rookie Cole Custer going to victory lane in the Cup Series after an amazing run to the checkered flag saw his first Cup Series victory.
The weekend also featured some less than exciting racing to put it mildly and leaves many wondering what can be done to help the racing at Kentucky Speedway in the future.
Wednesday marks the first time since 1986 that the All-Star race will not be at Charlotte Motor Speedway. We'll preview that event, with what we expect to see & discuss who will transfer & win one million dollars at Bristol Motor Speedway.