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Kurt Busch channeled his inner Michael Jordan for a game 7 performance leading 116 laps, after winning stage two, and passing both his brother Kyle and Kyle Larson on the final restart to lock himself into the NASCAR Playoffs!This week on the Bump N' Run Podcast veteran radio host Michael D. White, Daytona Ron, and Matt "The Stat Man" Reilly talk about the latest news including Chase running for the SRX series, and the All Star race.Plus our Checkers and Wreckers, Race Grades, Pick A Lane topics and our All Star Race Preview!All that and more on this week's Bump N' Run Podcast!Bumpnrunpod.comTruck race: Zane SmithCup race: Kurt Busch led 5 times for 116 laps, won stage 2, and locked himself into the playoffs.Highlights: 3 hours 13 minutes, 3 seconds.8 cautions for 47 laps18 lead changes among 10 drivers1 Kurt Busch, 2 Larson, 3 Kyle Busch, 4 Denny Hamlin, 5 Christopher BellRace notes: 1st Kurt2nd Larson lead for 29 laps, battled a lot at the end, just overdrove a corner and gave up the lead.3rd Kyle Busch lead 18 laps his car was solid all day long4th Denny5th Bell won the pole, lead 37 laps, had a really good car all day, just struggled on some restarts6th Truex lead no laps but had a solid top 5 car all day long7th Ross Chastain lead 4 laps8th Ricky Stenhouse another top ten 3 weeks in a row, lead 3 laps9th Bowman10th Bubba16th Byron lead 25 laps but didn’t have the finish he was looking forBad luckReddick lead 24 laps in stage one until he had a piece of a vinyl sign on the grill that ended up affecting the handling of the car and put him in the wall. Finished 30thJones looked great until a lug nut got stuck on his car for much of the race. 32ndBubba Wallace got a top ten finish despite losing 61 spots on pit roadChase Elliott lead 10 laps Sunday but had a tire go down in stage 3 finishing 29thSuarez was having a nice run the tires got him, and then the tow truck did some damage to his car, he finished 11 laps down in 33rdLast place:  BJ McLeod’s day ended early after an incident on lap 34 that left his roof hatch open, something I’ve never seen in a race, and I wish I could say was the craziest thing that happened on Sunday.Pick a Lane:A trend on Twitter this weekend is how outdated Kansas’s facility is. What is something tracks can do to draw people/off track entertainmentDenny had a good day on Sunday, but during the race Chris Gabehart his crew chief said to pay attention to his race, not what 23XI is doing, is that all we need to confirm that ownership might be affecting his performance? We saw a lot of tire issues, Goodyear has recommended air pressure and if you go lower than that it creates weakness in the sidewall. Are teams flying too close to the sun, and is the risk worth it at this point?Next week preview: We’re heading to Texas for the All Star WeekendFriday night 8:30 on FS1 trucks have the SpeedyCash.com 220Saturday Xfinity has the SRS Distribution 250 1:30 on FS1Saturday night we have Cup Qualifying at 7pm on FS1, it will also reair 3pm on Suday5:30 we have the All Star Open on FS18pm we have the main event All Star Race on FS1
Joey Logano lead 107 laps including the last one, after he made a controversial dump and run move on William Byron who looked like he was going to run away with the win on Sunday.This week on the Bump N' Run Podcast veteran radio host Michael D. White, Daytona Ron, and Matt "The Stat Man" Reilly talk about the latest news including the latest nominees for the NASCAR Hall of Fame, and William Byron's contract news.Plus our Checkers and Wreckers, Race Grades, Pick A Lane topics and our Kansas Betting Preview!All that and more on this week's Bump N' Run Podcast!Bumpnrunpod.comTruck race: John Hunter NemechekXfinity race: Justin AllgaierCup race: Joey Logano your poll sitter, stage one winner and winner leading 107 laps.Highlights: 3 hours 21 minutes 32 second9 cautions for 47 laps24 lead changes among 13 drivers1 Logano, 2 Reddick, 3 Haley, 4 Harvick, 5 ElliottNext week preview: Heading to KansasTrucks on track Saturday night 8pm on FS1 Heart of America 200Cup Sunday 3pm on FS1 for the AdventHealth 400Practice and Qualifying Saturday night 5pm
Chase Elliott finally ended his oval drought after the 2020 season, in a rain delayed race at Dover. Chase had the dominant car late in the day Monday afternoon after a caution in the middle of green flag pit cycles threw a wrench in Kyle Busch's birthday winning record.This week on the Bump N' Run Podcast veteran radio host Michael D. White, Daytona Ron, and Matt "The Stat Man" Reilly talk about the latest news including no new NASCAR video games for 2022, Erik Jones and Petty GMS contracts, Kyle Busch and MTJ contracts, the King waving the green flag, and some crew chief vacations!Plus our Checkers and Wreckers, Race Grades, Pick A Lane topics and our Darlington Betting Preview!All that and more on this week's Bump N' Run Podcast!Bumpnrunpod.comXfinity race: Josh BettyCup race: Chase ElliottHighlights: 3 hours 49 minutes 39 seconds 13 cautions for 75 laps, a red flag for rain17 lead changes among 10 drivers 1 Chase, 2 Stenhouse, 3 Chastain, 4 Bell, 5 BowmanWeekend previewFriday night trucks on track 7:30 pm on FS1 for the Dead On Tools 200Saturday Xfinity on track 1:30 on FS1 for the Mahindra ROXOR 200Sunday Mother’s day 3:30 on FS1 for the Goodyear 400Practice and qualifying, Saturday morning 10:30
This week on the Bump N' Run Podcast veteran radio host Michael D. White, Daytona Ron, and Matt "The Stat Man" Reilly talk about the latest news including Chase Briscoe running dirt, and Kyle Busch losing his ride?Plus our Checkers and Wreckers, Race Grades, Pick A Lane topics and our Dover Betting Preview!All that and more on this week's Bump N' Run Podcast!Bumpnrunpod.comXfinity race: Noah GragsonCup race: Ross ChastainHighlights: 3 hrs 21 mins6 cautions for 28 laps1 Chastain, 2 A. Dillon, 3 Ky. Busch, 4 Larson, 5 Martin Truex Jr41 lead changes among 16 drivers Byron led 38, Larson 32, Suarez 28, Jones 25, Blaney 23, Bubba Wallace 15, Hamlin 9, Bell 7, Kyle Busch 3, Ross Chastain 1 but it was the most important. Weekend PreviewWe’re heading to the first state, Dover Delaware Xfinity Saturday 1:30 for FS1 for the A-Game 200Practice and qualifying Saturday 10:30Cup Sunday 3pm on FS1 for the DuraMAX Drydene 400 presented by RelaDyne
Kyle Busch backed into the win at Bristol after dramatic last turn contact from Chase Briscoe would take Tyler Reddick out from the lead!This week on the Bump N' Run Podcast veteran radio host Michael D. White, Daytona Ron, and Matt "The Stat Man" Reilly talk about the latest news including Clint Bowyer is going to drive Davey Allison’s Havoline 28 on the pace laps at Talladega, Grassroots racing returning to North Wilkesboro speedway, Larry McReynolds back on the war wagon for Jeffery Earnhardt at Talladega, and Dale Jr in the fox booth for Talladega.Plus our Checkers and Wreckers, Race Grades, Pick A Lane topics and our Talladega Betting Preview!All that and more on this week's Bump N' Run Podcast!Bumpnrunpod.comTruck race: Ben Rhodes Cup race: Kyle BuschCup Highlights: 3 hours 34 minutes14 cautions for 28 laps6 lead changes among 5 driversKyle Busch lead the last 10 yards of so, Tyler Reddick 99 laps lead, Larson 27, Suarez 64, Briscoe 591st Kyle Busch had a solid 5th place car all night, finishing 5th in both stages and running 3rd before the wreck leading him to the win.2nd Reddick ran solid in the top 15/10 for most of the day, not pitting after the stage break put him in 4th and position to capitalize on his speed and get out to the lead3rd Joey Logano had a solid top ten car all night, finishing top 34th Larson looked good all night, wining stage 1 but I felt he was sitting around 5th for most of the night5th Blaney finished both stages in 9th, ran around tenth all night long, but staying out helped keep him up front6th Alex Bowman had himself an up and down day spinning and getting caught up in the back, he rallied back in the 3rd stage for a 6th place finish7th Bell had a better night than his finish, I feel like he was in the top 5 and a real contender for most of the night8th Chase Elliott had an interesting night, no stage points in 1, 4th in stage 2. Had a dust up with Cody Ware9th Michael McDowell floated around 10th to 15th all night, just a solid night for them even gaining stage points in the second stage10th Ty Dillon looked great in stage 1 until getting shuffled to the back, but he made up some hay for a Chase Briscoe I felt had the best car all night, until the last corner contact resulted in a 22nd place finishRicky Stenhouse looked good early onAustin Dillon had a great night until an accident on the last restartSuarez was really fast again for the second year on dirt, lead 64 laps, finished 12thDenny blew a motorHarvick had overheating issues and then got caught up in a wreckNext week preview: We’re heading to TalladegaSaturday Xfinity on track 4pm on Fox for the Ag-Pro 300Saturday morning for Cup no Practice just Qualifying at 11amSunday afternoon 3pm on Fox for the Geico 500
Ole Slick Willie Two Clocks William Byron led for 212 laps under the lights at Martinsville Saturday night, getting his second win of the weekend.This week on the Bump N' Run Podcast veteran radio host Michael D. White, Daytona Ron, and Matt "The Stat Man" Reilly talk about the latest news including Kevin Harvick looking to extend his contract, RFK's penalty update, and DW returning to the booth.Plus this week in NASCAR history we talk about the 2015 incident between Matt Kenseth and Joey Logano.Our race grades, Checkers and Wreckers, and our Pick a Lane including a debate on Ty Gibbs and the fight at Martinsville.Plus our sports betting tips for this weekend's Bristol Dirt race.All that and more! Bumpnrunpod.com
Denny Hamlin lead one time for 5 laps scoring his first win of the season, and ending the streak of 30 and under winners in his home state of Virginia!This week on the Bump N' Run Podcast veteran radio host Michael D. White, Daytona Ron, and Matt "The Stat Man" Reilly talk about the latest news including Brad Keselowski and RFK's penalty appeal, COTA is taking ticket renewals, and the future of JR Motorsports in the cup series.Saturday Xfinity race: Ty Gibbs pushed JHN right out of the way to win Saturday night.Cup race: Denny Hamlin lead one time for 5 laps scoring his first win of the season, and ending the streak of 30 and under winners. Highlights: 3 hours 4 minutes, 43 seconds13 lead changes among 7 drivers5 cautions for 35 laps1 Denny 2 Harvick 3 Byron 4 Truex 5 LarsonOn this week's Pick a Lane:Victory lane celebrations vs front stretch?Harder job during strategy race, driver or crew chief?This weekend we’re heading to Martinsville for some night racingThursday night Truck Racing 8pm on FS1 for the Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 200Friday night Xfinity 7:30 on FS1 the Call 811 before you dig 250 powered by Call811.comCup practice and qualifying Friday 4:30Saturday night Cup under the lights 7:30 on FS1 the Blue Emu Maximum pain relief 400Plus our picks to win.All that and more on this week's Bump N' Run Podcast!Bumpnrunpod.com
Sunday at the Circuit of the America's Ross Chastain scored his first cup series win leading 31 of 69 laps with an intense last lap battle with AJ Allmendinger and Alex Bowman.This week on the Bump N' Run Podcast veteran radio host Michael D. White, Daytona Ron, and Matt "The Stat Man" Reilly talk about the latest news including Brad Keselowski and RFK issued a massive penalty an L2 penalty and Joey Logano to run Bristol Dirt truck raceTruck race: Zane SmithXfinity race: AJ AllmendingerCup race: Ross Chastain scored his first cup series win leading 31 of 69 laps with an intense last lap battle with AJ Allmendinger and Alex Bowman.Highlights: 3 hrs 20 minutes and 57 seconds9 cautions for 13 laps13 lead changes among 9 drivers1 Chastain, 2 Bowman, 3 Bell, 4 Elliott, 5 ReddickRace notes:Where was Kyle Larson?Chase salvaged a nice 4th place finish, after having some issues throughout the race including some lost positions on pit road and contact with Kyle BuschKyle Busch just got run over a few times throughout the day. It looked like he would have a good finish until last lap when he lost control and spun out.Aj Allmendinger finished 33rd after getting stuck in the gravel on the last lap.Christopher Bell salvaged a great top 5 after being a non factor and a rough day including a loss of power steering, being one lap down, and narrowly avoiding a spinning Austin CindricAustin Cindric with a top ten after a mid race spin would put him off the pace.Bowman had a great run at the end, solid top ten all day long, and made the best of the day.Erik Jones, another nice top ten finish after a rough day. Looked great for most of the day until he lost power putting him a lap down. Just a great effort.And the pick a lane: Is it too early to call that the youth movement is here to stay?And the betting preview for this week's Toyota Owners 400 Sunday 3:30 on Fox!All that and more on this week's BumpNrunPod.com 
Willie B burns it down in hotlanta!This week on the Bump N' Run Podcast veteran radio host Michael D. White, Daytona Ron, and Matt "The Stat Man" Reilly talk about the latest news including Hendrick Motorsports entering the 24 Hours of Le Mans in a cup car! Plus more Good Year tire knews, and Kurt Busch giving back to the vets!Byron wins the first superspeedway style race on a mile and a half track, at Atlanta's newly reconfigured track, but was it a good race? Polarizing was the word of the day!We have our Race grade, Checkers & Wreckers(Best and worst of the race weekend), and our Pick A Lane debate(The super speedway package in Atlanta? Sports entertainment? Who wins first Reddick or Chastain? And Ty Gibbs to cup next year, could it happen?)Plus our betting picks for this week's Echo Park Automotive Grand Prix at COTA!All that and more on this week's Bump N' Run Podcast!Bumpnrunpod.com
Chase Briscoe making a childhood dream come true, bringing the 14 car back to victory lane for his first Cup Series win! This week on the Bump N' Run Podcast veteran radio host Michael D. White, Daytona Ron, and Matt "The Stat Man" Reilly talk about the latest news including Steve O'donnell and Ben Kennedy's promotions.Chase Briscoe held off some hungry drivers also looking for their first cup wins after a late race restart!2nd Chastain – the second week in a row I thought Ross could win, just another solid performance, the winis coming. No laps lead like last week, but the speed was there to do it, just didn’t have the opportunityto take the lead on a restart.3rd Reddick – not the best qualifying, but he had solid lap averages in practice, had some issues on pitroad late, but came back to battle at the end. He floated around 5-8 th all day long gaining stage pointsalong the way.4th Blaney – Started on the pole, had a pretty solid day throughout leading 5 times for 143 laps, I thoughthe was the clear favorite to win early on in the day.5th Kurt Busch - I feel like he was floating around 17 th -18 th all day, honestly not sure where he came from.6th Harvick – Solid day, I had him in my fantasy lineup since Wednesday, practice and qualifying went well,I was confident in Harvick this week and he performed for sure, 6 th place but he had a top 3 car in myopinion. Gained stage points in both stages’ great day for Kevin.7th Kyle Busch – Started 11 th finished 7 th , just a solid finish from Kyle while some of his teammatesstruggled yet again. For a while I didn’t think he would crack the top 10, he gained no stage pointsyesterday.8th Logano – He only led once for 4 laps but he was in the higher half of the top ten for both stage ends,just a solid top ten car all day.9th Suarez - punted AD3 who was having a good day running just in the top ten for both stage ends,Suarez did what he had to do for 9 th .10th Buscher – Snuck a top ten while his teammate and owner struggled all day long.Larson looked great all day until the third stage when he blew the engine, a rare Hendrick engine failuresent him to the garage early.We have our Race grade, Checkers & Wreckers(Best and worst of the race weekend), and our Pick A Lane debate(will we see a shift in speed after the west coast swing, should we worry about Joe Gibbs Racing, and should Phoenix continue to host the Championship race?)Plus our betting picks for this week's Fold of Honor QuikTrip 500 at the newly reconfigured Atlanta!All that and more on this week's Bump N' Run Podcast!Bumpnrunpod.com
It seemed like the home town guy Kyle Busch was going to run away with the win in Vegas this weekend, but a late race caution would show Lady Luck wasn't on KFB's side, remember kids "never count your money at the table"! This week on the Bump N' Run Podcast veteran radio host Michael D. White, Daytona Ron, and Matt "The Stat Man" Reilly talk about the latest news including the possibility of the Chicago street course, and some suspensions.In an exciting overtime, Alex Bowman would hold off his teammate Kyle Larson after a late race caution put them on two tires, while Kyle Busch who was leading the race would take four putting him behind on pit road. The rest of the top ten as follows!-3rd Ross Chastain who lead 83 laps on Sunday just came up short in the end.-4th Kyle Busch was leading when the late race caution came out, he took four tires and got beat on pit road.-5th William Byron only lead 8 laps, but he was consistently in the top ten all day long.-6th Aric Almirola with his third top ten of the season. No laps lead but consistent for most of the day.-7th Reddick qualified 7th, went to the back for an unapproved adjustment, made up some ground and then spun out, went back to the back of the pack again and then worked himself up to finish 7th.-8th Martin Truex Jr looked like he could catch Kyle Busch near the end, his second place finish fell apart after that late race restart.-9th Chase had an up and down day, but still an improvement of luck over last week, the late race restart helped their short run car salvage a top 10.-10th Bell lead some laps early on after winning his first Busch Pole Award, had a great day compared to last week.We have our Race grade, Checkers & Wreckers(Best and worst of the race weekend), and our Pick A Lane debate(Should we report on in car driver comments, and was Kyle Busch right does Bowman back into wins?)Plus our betting picks for this week's Ruoff Mortgage 500 at Phoenix!All that and more on this week's Bump N' Run Podcast!Bumpnrunpod.com
The 2022 NASCAR season is officially under way, and things were heating up in Southern California for the Wise Power 400 at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana! This week on the Bump N' Run Podcast veteran radio host Michael D. White, Daytona Ron, and Matt "The Stat Man" Reilly talk about the latest news including the postponement of the short track reconfiguration of Auto Club Speedway.It was an exciting day in Fontana for the Wise Power 400. Tyler Reddick and Erik Jones put on a show for the first two stages, swapping for the lead until tire issues and William Byron took out Tyler Reddick.In the end Young Money Kyle Larson would bring home the victory, trophy, and the check! It's a good think too because this week we're heading to Vegas!Austin Dillon had a rough start but pulled things together for a great run at the end for a 2 nd place finish.Erik Jones with a 3rd place finish, swapped the lead with Reddick several times, just a great battle all daylong.Daniel Suarez didn’t have the best car yesterday, but he put himself into position at the end for a 4thplace finish.Joey Logano coming from the back for a 5th place finishAric Almirloa had a solid day with a 6th place finishKevin Harvick had a rough weekend, first lap of practice he cracked up the car, they got it fixed and hemassaged his way up to a well-deserved 7th place finish.Kurt Busch started the race in the rear and a lap down from a pass through penalty for failing inspection3 times and still put up an 8th place finish. He passed 133 cars yesterday.Tyler Reddick led 90 of 200 laps with a numb left leg, an eventual cut tire and contact with WilliamByron had him finish a lap down. That pit crew was on fire yesterday, I don’t think they lost a race off pitroad until the 8 cut a tire.Plus we give our Race Grade, Checkers&Wreckers, and out open debate Pick a Lane segments. What can NASCAR do about the tire problem? And should we make Fontana a short track?Plus our betting picks for this week's Pennzoil 400 at Las Vegas!All that and more on this week's Bump N' Run Podcast!Bumpnrunpod.com
The 2022 NASCAR season is officially under way, and the Daytona 500 is in the books! This week on the Bump N' Run Podcast veteran radio host Michael D. White, and Daytona Ron are back from Daytona to talk about their at track experience, while the Stat Man Matt Reilly gives us his perspective of the race from watching at home! It was an exciting 500 for all in attendance as Austin Cindric made history as the first Rookie of the Year contender to win the Daytona 500, and the first to do it in Team Penske famed number 2 car!Plus we discuss all the latest NASCAR news including Chase Elliott's new five year extension with Hendrick Motorsports, Myatt Snyder clear to race Auto Club, NASCAR Grassroots tv deal, and the new wheel modification rule.Plus are race grade for the Daytona 500, our Checkers and Wreckers for the weekend, and our Pick A Lane debate topics for the week.And of course we look to this weekend's Wise Power 400 cup race at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana California, our picks to win, some driver prop bets, and all the betting odds you need to win some money this weekend!All that and more on the Bump N' Run Podcast! Bumpnrunpod.com
It's officially Speed Week 2022 on the Bump N' Run Podcast! This week veteran radio host Michael D. White, Matt ‘The Stat Man’ Reilly, and Daytona Ron discuss the latest NASCAR news including the new drivers council headed by Jeff Burton, Busch Light Launching the "Accelerate Her" program, and the upcoming Daytona 500!We've got some bold predictions for the 2022 season that we debate, as well as the number of winners, rookie of the year, and who doesn't qualify for the 500.Plus we're trading stocks! See which driver's stock we're buying, selling, and holding for the 2022 season.Plus live reaction to Daytona 500 single car qualifying.All that and more on the Bump N' Run Daytona 500 preview spectacular! Bumpnrunpod.com and follow us on Twitter @bumpnrunpod
It's officially season two of the Bump N' Run Podcast! This week veteran radio host Michael D. White, Matt ‘The Stat Man’ Reilly, and Daytona Ron discuss the latest NASCAR news and our thoughts on the Busch Light Clash at the Coliseum.It was an action packed weekend of racing inside of LA's historic Coliseum, and tempers flared during the six qualifying heat races leading up to an exciting 150 lap shoot out in the main event!  Joey Logano would take home the trophy after passing Kyle Busch for the lead, early on Tyler Reddick lead one third of the race before mechanical issues took Denny Hamlin, Chase Brisco, and himself out of the race. Tempers flared between defending NASCAR Champion Kyle Larson, and rookie Justin Haley. Erik Jones and Ryan Blaney traded paint resulting in some hurt feelings, and that's just the on track action! Off track we saw Pitbull and Ice Cube perform at the star studded NASCAR event, and we break it all down!We give our Checkers and Wreckers for the weekend, plus are race grades, plus our pick a lane segment where we discuss parts failures, next gen expectations, as well as the future of the Clash! All that and more on this week's Bump N' Run Podcast!
We're just a week and a half away from cars on track for the Busch Light Clash at the Coliseum! This week veteran radio host Michael D. White, Matt ‘The Stat Man’ Reilly, and Daytona Ron discuss the latest NASCAR news. What our favorite and least favorite tracks. Clash expectations, and is the Clash overshadowing the Daytona 500 this year?We recap the major NASCAR news since our last show starting with January 3rd to the 26th's latest news!Sonoma adds the Chute for 2022Wilkesboro looking for a truck dateMatty D running trucksAlmirola hanging up the racing shoesPreece in at SHRSponsor newsIce Cube at the ClashJr slinging VodkaThe Hall of FameSmoke in the boothAnd penalties increasingAll that and more plus our open topics!The boys discuss our favorite and least favorite tracks on the schedule, who we saw win in person first, and the upcoming Clash and whether or not it's overshadowing the Daytona 500All that and more on this week's Bump N' Run Podcast!Bumpnrunpod.com
It's a new year, and a new season is just weeks ahead of us! This week veteran radio host Michael D. White, Matt ‘The Stat Man’ Reilly, and Daytona Ron discuss the latest NASCAR news. Which of these legends would win? And how did we become fans?We recap the major NASCAR news since our last show starting with December 13ths to January 3rd's latest news!The Rock is getting a repave, Gateway doubles down, Atlanta is completed, Kaulig names their drivers, Johnson is running the 500, and M&Ms dropping out after 2022.NBC posed the question who would win? Dale Sr, The King Richard Petty, Jeff Gordon, or Jimmie Johnson, we discuss and throw some other names in the mix!Plus we talk about how we became fans of NASCAR, what drew us to the sport, and how we found our favorite drivers.All that and more on this week's Bump N' Run Podcast
With the 2021 NASCAR season in the books, this week veteran radio host Michael D. White, Matt ‘The Stat Man’ Reilly, and Daytona Ron discuss the latest NASCAR silly season news.We recap the major NASCAR news since our last show starting with November 23rd catching you all the way up to December 13ths latest news!Spire to trucks, Gilliland takes a seat at Front Row, tons of sponsorship news, some off season racing, Pitbull to the Clash, and of course the newly formed Petty GMS Racing.Plus we have some fun off season topics to discuss. This week we give you our top 5 sponsors of NASCAR. Plus we discuss whether NASCAR drivers could take a cue from Pro Wrestling!Coming up on the next show we'll talk about how we became fans, and finding the right driver for you!All that and more on this week's Bump N Run PodcastBumpnrunpod.com
With the 2021 NASCAR season in the books, this week veteran radio host Michael D. White, Matt ‘The Stat Man’ Reilly, and Daytona Ron discuss the latest NASCAR silly season news.Tons of news to discuss. Jimmie Johnson running the Indy 500, Erik Jones running the Snowball Derby, Roush Fenway Racing rebranding as Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing, plus the return of practice and qualifying, and next gen testing!We give our 2021 season grade, our season Checkers and Wreckers, and grade each Cup team's 2021 performance.Plus we have our Thanksgiving pick a lane segment, and what we're most thankful for in NASCAR this year.All that and more on this week's Bump N' Run Podcast!
This week veteran radio host Michael D. White, Matt ‘The Stat Man’ Reilly, and Daytona Ron discuss this last weekend's Championship races for all three series.We saw three very different races from all three major series of NASCAR this past weekend in Phoenix and we break it all down this week!For the trucks we saw Chandler Smith walk away with the win, but Ben Rhodes walked away with the title.For Xfinity Daniel Hemric finally got his first major series win, and walked away with the title in dramatic fashion as he executed the perfect bump n run on Austin Cindric.And Kyle Larson who dominated the season deservedly held the cup championship trophy high above his head after a hard fought battle, and a perfect pit stop.We give you our race grades, and checkers and wreckers, as well as our pick a lane segment. What is a real champion,  do NASCAR tracks have a fan experience problem, and should Phoenix stay as the champion decider?All that and more on this week's Bump N' Run Podcast!
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