EP 230505: Alex Bowman and Jimmie Johnson

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EP 230505: Alex Bowman and Jimmie Johnson
January 27, 2023
Filling in for Mark Garrow, Jerry Jordan finds out if Alex Bowman considers himself and Ross Chastain an inspiration to short track racers across the country. Plus reporters joke with Jimmy Johnson about the "champions provisional".
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03/29/23 EP 231403: Denny Hamlin, Noah Gragson, and Joey Logano After looking at replays Denny Hamlin not a big fan of what happened in Turn 1 during the final restarts at COTA with Joey Logano hoping NASCAR returns to Austin, TX. Plus Noah Gragson struggling in opening races of his rookie Cup Series campaign.
03/28/23 EP 231402: Jenson Button, Tyler Reddick, and Kyle Busch Calling it a baptism of fire, former F1 Champion Jenson Button was caught off guard at COTA by the road course tactics of NASCAR drivers. Plus, Tyler Reddick has no problem with multiple overtimes and Kyle Busch pretty satisfied after the first half dozen races with RCR.
03/27/23 EP 231401: Reddick, Byron, Jenson Button, and Ross Chastain Holding on through three overtimes, Tyler Reddick grabbed the win at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, TX. Turn one turned out to be crazy for William Byron and former F1 Champ Jenson Button. Plus bombs away for Ross Chastain.
03/24/23 EP 231305: Ross Chastain, A.J. Allmendinger, Alex Bowman, and Martin Truex, Jr. Here in Austin, TX at the Circuit of the Americas a lot of folks are hoping for the same last lap chaos we had a year ago when Ross Chastain outpunched A.J. Allmendinger and Alex Bowman for the win. Plus Martin Truex, Jr. on the first road race with no stopping at the end of the stages.
03/23/23 EP 231304: A.J. Allmendinger, Kyle Larson, and Austin Cindric A year ago the record book will say A.J. Allmendinger finished 33rd at COTA but he tells the rest of the story. Plus Kyle Larson thinks its cool two former Formula One Champions are in Sunday's race and Austin Cindric would love to see them run an oval one day.
03/22/23 EP 231303: Buescher, Reddick, Austin Dillon, and Ryan Blaney Drivers Chris Buescher, Tyler Reddick, and Austin Dillon had more fun than usual during the Goodyear tire test at revitalized North Wilkesboro Speedway for May's NASCAR All-Star race. Plus Ryan Blaney goes for more pit road speed and gets busted.
03/21/23 EP 231302: Justin Marks, Logano, and Truex, Jr. As team owners Justin Marks talks with Denny Hamlin but is not about to get involved in the feud between him and his driver Ross Chastain. Plus, why Joey Logano Atlanta win was so special and Martin Truex, Jr. on what turned out to be a friendly flight home.
03/20/23 EP 231301: Logano, Keselowski, Bell, and Lajoie In winning at Atlanta on the last lap Joey Logano fought his way past former teammate Brad Keselowski, who was proud of his eventual runner-up finish. Plus third place finisher Christopher Bell and fourth place Corey Lajoie who both thought they had a shot to win.
03/17/23 EP 231205: William Byron, Martin Truex, Jr., and Chase Briscoe Going for his third consecutive Cup Series victory, William Byron is the defending winner of Sunday's Ambetter Health 400 at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Plus Martin Truex, Jr. on nearly winning a year ago and Chase Briscoe describes the 1.5-mile track as a hybrid superspeedway.
03/16/23 EP 231204: Jeff Gordon, Brad Keselowski, and Kyle Larson With Hendrick Motorsports hit with the largest combined penalty in history, Jeff Gordon believes there was possible miscommunication with NASCAR. Plus Brad Keselowski ready to go after third win at Atlanta and for Kyle Larson was there beginners luck?
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03/13/23 EP 231201: Byron, Larson, Harvick, Berry, and Bowman In Phoenix for the second straight week William Byron beats teammate Kyle Larson in overtime. Plus a near miss for Kevin Harvick and Josh Berry gets a top-10 filling in for injured Chase Elliott while Alex Bowman opens season with four straight top-10s.
03/10/23 EP 231105: Ross Chastain, Joey Logano, Alex Bowman, and Denny Hamlin Back in Phoenix where he just missed taking the title last fall Ross Chastain explains how Trackhouse Racing owner Justin Marks reminds him how close they came. Plus Joey Logano and Alex Bowman on Sunday's race with Denny Hamlin getting "gel blasted"
03/09/23 EP 231104: Kyle Busch, Brad Keselowski, and baseball MVP Bryce Harper One driver who literally knows what Chase Elliott is going through is Kyle Busch, who broke his leg in 2015. Plus Brad Keselowski likes new short track package for Next Gen car because it will lead to more crashes and baseball superstar Bryce Harper curious about being a team owner one day.
03/08/23 EP 231103: Alan Gustafson, Daniel Suarez, and William Byron With Chase Elliott expected to out around six weeks, Josh Berry will take his place on the oval tracks with crew chief Alan Gustafson working to keep 9 team in Playoff form. Plus Daniel Suarez after a third straight top-10 and what William Byron thought of first after winning at Vegas.
03/07/23 EP 231102: William Byron, HMS President and GM Jeff Andrews, and Aric Almirola Winning early again William Byron hopes to have a more consistent season than he did in 2022. With Chase Elliott now on the mend Hendrick Motorsports President and GM Jeff Andrews says they will not change their policy what drivers do away from the track and Aric Almirola is feeling Ford is outgunned.
03/06/23 EP 231101: William Byron, Kyle Larson, and HMS President & GM Jeff Andrews He was the dominant driver but William Byron needed a little luck in Las Vegas to beat teammate Kyle Larson. Hendrick Motorsports swept the top-three without their injured teammate Chase Elliott who's health is the main concern of the boss and HMS Prez & GM Jeff Andrews.
03/03/23 EP 231005: Alex Bowman, Kyle Busch, and Noah Gragson In overtime a year ago Alex Bowman won the Penzoil 400 in Las Vegas beating teammate Kyle Larson with a new move in a new car. Plus, how Kyle Busch thought he had the race won and what made Vegas native Noah Gragson's first NASCAR experience so special.