||Episode 119: Chase the champion, the new car, and surviving the 'rona
Doug, Eric, and Dan break down the season-ending Phoenix race weekend and Chase Elliott's run to victory. They also dive deep on the development of the new car and what it means for small teams and its likeness to V8 Supercars. The guys also talk about the sport navigating COVID-19 in 2020 and again in 2021.
||Episode 118: Texas-Martinsville digest, Harvick uproar, and the greatest of all time
Doug, Eric, and Dan cover the marathon in Texas and the madness in Martinsville after two weeks off. They also take differing views on the Playoffs system, discuss what they would say to the 4 team after Martinsville, tie up some Silly Season loose ends, and say who they each think is the greatest all-time driver.
||Episode 117: Aero outrage, Logano Playoff shuffling, and Silly Season dominoes
Doug, Dan and Eric discuss how Logano's Kansas win spikes the Playoff pressure, whether the tight but aero-dependent racing is good or not, the Larson-Briscoe-Jones Silly Season moves, how chassis evolve, Chase Elliott and radio safety, and some scary wrecks in NHRA and NASCAR.
||Episode 116: Right rain amounts, 18 team shakeup, and Supercars
Doug and Dan discuss the rain's influence on the racing last weekend in Charlotte in the future, Elliott's incredible road racing record, if Kyle Busch and Adam Stevens may break up, lame duck drivers, and how Penske's Supercars experience could help their NASCAR team.
||Episode 115: Yellow line, the driver of the yellow car, and 2021
Doug, Dan, and Eric dissect NASCAR officiating at the end of a crazy and controversial Denny Hamlin win in Talladega. They also parse through the major 2021 Cup schedule changes, discuss the curious case of DiBenedetto, and the end of the Chad Knaus crew chief era.
||Episode 114: Schedule swings and a sports car ride
Doug and Dan dig in on some 2021 NASCAR schedule rumors, ahead of its announcement and what those changes mean for the future of the sport. Doug also describes his ride-along in a Ford GT with David Ragan at Road Atlanta, how teams are spending money, what drivers wasted a Vegas chance, and the pressure Kurt's win exerts on others.
||Episode 113: Jordan, COTA, and clean racing - is this N1?
Doug, Eric, and Dan dive deep on the Jordan-Hamlin-Wallace, Chastain, and COTA news. Dan explains why he thinks this is a totally new NASCAR era. They also talk about past athletes in racing ownership, the charter system, how Petty Enterprises fell off, and why recent racing at good tracks has been quiet.
||Episode 112: What makes a good race? And is it the tire?
Doug and Dan discuss the Playoff drivers and teams trending up and turning heads and the ones hurting their chances. They also talk about what unfolded at Richmond and what makes a good race. And they breakdown the latest Silly Season rumors and if September is too late to start a good team.
||Episode 111: Going for wins, actual retirement, and a dose of F1
Doug and Eric detail the plight of the Cup Playoffs drivers from Darlington, Truex's risk level for the win and the points, some F1 stories, different types of personalities, the California half-mile, and what Jimmie Johnson shouldn't do in 2021.
||Five to Go - Episode 110: Playoffs - the strategy, bedlam, heartbreak, strategy, and prospects
Doug and Dan break down Daytona's exciting regular season finale and the small advantages teams can deploy in superspeedway races. They also forecast who they expect to falter in the opening round of the Playoffs, discuss sportsmanship and aggression, and ponder how we wrongly take things for granted.
||Five to Go - Ep 109: Daytona twice, Dover twice, Playoffs, and Indy
Doug and Dan give their thoughts on the Dover doubleheader, the Daytona Road Course, what could happen with the Playoffs lineup, some TV decision-making, Silly Season, and the Indy 500. They also remember Dan's father-in-law, James Threat.
||Episode 108: Formulas and charters
Doug, Eric, and Dan weigh on Harvick dominance, the action in Michigan, managing yellow flags, valuing Erik Jones and Bubba Wallace, qualifying formulas , and the broken charter system.
||Five to Go - Ep 107: Free agency and the economy
Eric and Doug discuss the great racing in New Hampshire, the undervaluing of Keselowski and the sale of LFR, where other drivers land, should Wallace take ownership in RPM, the economy of NASCAR, and Dale Jr.'s Hall of Fame selection.
||Five to Go - Ep. 106: Grading the Cup teams and drivers past the 2020 midpoint
Doug and Dan compare the Kansas race to those before at Texas and Kentucky and talk Playoff points. They also grade the best and worst Cup teams and drivers past the halfway point of 2020 and salute the late Maurice Petty and Bob Bahre.
||Five to Go
Doug and Dan unpack the story lines leaving Texas, including why the racing action wasn't good until the end, the idea of raising standards to race in Cup, and fans not treating COVID-19 seriously.
||Five to Go
Doug, Dan, and Eric discuss an underwhelming Bristol All-Star Race and the choose cone and aesthetics and what could make the event better. They also recap and rate the Kentucky race, talk about their favorite racing numbers, and imagine what they'd do with a million dollars.
||Five to Go
Doug and Dan discuss why the racing Sunday wasn't as good as it looked, why low horsepower cars shouldn't be on the big track at IMS, the good road course NXS race, TV remote broadcasters, pit road safety, and Jimmie Johnson's COVID-19 positive test.
||Five to Go
The entire gang is back to discuss shifting at Pocono, if stacking races works, the "choose cone" Bristol debut, and what should become of Keselowski and other Cup free agents.
||Five to Go
After rain has impacted five of nine of NASCAR's races since the shutdown, Doug and Dan breakdown Monday's Talladega Cup race, discuss how tire wear used to matter there, the ascension of Justin Haley, the plight of the ARCA Series, and the show of respect to Bubba Wallace.
||Five to Go
The whole gang returns to recap the racing at Atlanta, Martinsville, and Homestead-Miami. They also talk about NASCAR's stance on race, the addition of Nashville Superspeedway, the 2020 rookie class, TV coverage during COVID, and 30,000 fans at Bristol.