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Pocono, Bristol and the Court of Public Opinion

Drafting The Circuits Podcast

The Indycar Series race at Pocono has brought out a ton of reaction, some of it sensible, some emotional, some misguided, with a healthy dose of knee-jerk hyperbole. Indycar insider Joey Barnes joins the panel as we navigate the minefield and attempt to separate facts from fiction. Additional topics include ...

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Drafting the Circuits April 11, 2019 – Bristol and Barber

Drafting The Circuits Podcast

The DTC gang break down the NASCAR weekend at Bristol, as well as Indycar’s annual visit to Barber Motorsports Park. Additional topics include Darrel Waltrip’s retirement from the broadcast booth, NASCAR’s sagging attendance numbers, and what’s on the horizon for Jacques Villeneuve. With Gray Warren, Richard Youden, Seth Eggert and ...

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Drafting the Circuits August 23, 2018 – Pocono and Bristol

Drafting The Circuits Podcast

Drafting the Circuits August 23, 2018: Pocono and Bristol – This week’s topics include Indycar’s weekend at Pocono, discussion about Robert Wickens’ accident, Rossi’s dominant performance and a look forward to Gateway. We also run down the NASCAR action from Bristol, and preview the upcoming Belgian Grand Prix in Spa. ...

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Drafting The Circuits April 19, 2018 – Long Beach, Shanghai and Bristol

Drafting The Circuits Podcast

Drafting The Circuits April 19, 2018: Long Beach, Shanghai and Bristol – The DTC gang discusses a full weekend of racing action starting with the Long Beach Grand Prix, Formula One in China and NASCAR’s rain-delayed Bristol race. With Joey Barnes, Gray Warren, Seth Eggert, Richard Youden and your host, ...

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Why I Love NASCAR: Bristol’s Brilliance By: Chief 187™

Let me just preface with the fact that you are always going to read a positive article from me. I don’t do negative stuff, it’s just not in me. It’s not that I don’t see problems where they exist or ignore that change could bring better things. Rather, I concentrate ...

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