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Andrew Kurland makes his long-awaited return to join newly self-proclaimed King of Content, Jason Schultz. The two discuss what Andrew has been up to including his trip this past weekend to Martinsville. Then, they talk about the championship battle at Phoenix and who actually deserves to win it regardless of the race results. --- Send in a voice m…
 
Jason Schultz is back with producer Ben Walton filling in for Andrew Kurland to discuss F1's big weekend in Austin. The two talk about Jason's word of the weekend: content. Jason explains his enamoredness with F1's shift in marketing towards the American audience and has storytime with Jeff Gluck's Athletic article. Then, hear about their Martinsvi…
 
Jason Schultz taps RHRR producer/personal PR rep, Ben Walton, to fill in for Andrew Kurland while he sits at home and does homework. The two talk about the drama from Las Vegas this past weekend but not the drama from the track. They give their thoughts on the Peyton/Eli broadcast from the Monday Night Football game and debate which two personaliti…
 
Jason Schultz and Andrew Kurland lavish over the first race of the playoffs at Darlington. Though the two discuss the lack of buildup to NASCAR's postseason, the race was not short on drama. Drivers making mistakes, Jason's favorite word, and the importance of passion from the drivers all gets talked about from the "Lady in Black." --- Send in a vo…
 
Jason Schultz and Andrew Kurland discuss new life motos, getting spotted in victory lane, and debating the best Daytona strategy. Also, Andrew recaps his race weekend at Michigan while Jason informs why the track has seen a decline in attendance. Then, the two rank their top five non-playoff drivers that could win their way into the playoffs. --- S…
 
A fired-up Jason Schultz and recently relocated Andrew Kurland discuss a petition to save the turtles. While not referring to the type of turtle Jason saw outside his house this morning, the two ponder the curb drama during the inaugural Cup Series race at the Indy Road Course. Of course, not without interruption from Andrew's Australian Siri which…
 
Jason Schultz and Andrew Kurland reunite after a two-week break. Andrew runs down his first solo content trip to Watkins Glen and rates Jason's recommendations for the area. He then talks about his meeting with NASCAR Chief Marketing Officer Pete Jung and their discussions about the state of the sport. Being the unsupportive co-host he is, Jason di…
 
On this episode of the "Glass Case of Emotion" podcast, Ryan Blaney is once again joined by Kim Coon and Chuck Bush to talk about the ongoing space race and the Olympics. Blaney's dog, Sturgill, also drops by the show. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesBy Official Site Of NASCAR
 
Jason Schultz welcomes his co-host, Andrew Kurland, back and puts him to the test, seeing if he's dedicated to the podcast. Then Jason reveals the most important thing that happened at New Hampshire Motor Speedway that no one is talking about. Andrew attended a concert and met his soulmate, you'll want to hear that story. Then Jason brings an F1 ho…
 
Want to know how Jason Schultz's podcasting career started? Well, it's a throwback episode to his first-ever podcast with his first-ever co-host and long-time friend Garrett Beisheim. Together in Charlotte, the former "The Road to Miami" co-hosts reminisce on starting a NASCAR podcast back in the early days. They react to news about NASCAR producin…
 
Andrew Kurland returns from Road America with stories to tell about his experience at the circuit's first Cup Series race since 1956. He tells Jason Schultz and the listeners about playing cornhole with drivers, tasting cheeses with Ross Chastain and exploring the woods around the road course during the race. The redheads then discuss the energy in…
 
Andrew Kurland returned to the NASCAR garage for the first time in 475 days and is back from Pocono Raceway to tell us about it. He spent a lot of time in the campground at the track as well and has stories to share. None of which top Jason Schultz's as he recounts his first camping experience at a NASCAR track. Then they debate which version of ca…
 
On this episode of the Glass Case of Emotion podcast, Ryan Blaney is once again joined by Kim Coon and Chuck Bush talk about NACAR's return to Nashville Superspeedway and the NASCAR Cup Series first time ever racing at the concrete oval. The crew also dives into rye whiskey, whale blubber, couches Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoi…
 
Jason Schultz and Andrew Kurland are back in Charlotte for their third in-person episode of the year. The two discuss whether or not "Fun Flags" should be incorporated into NASCAR and if Nashville Superspeedway will be a good race. Andrew gives a little sneak peak into his latest project with NBC.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/redhe…
 
On this episode of the Glass Case of Emotion podcast, Ryan Blaney is once again joined by Kim Coon and Chuck Bush with a special guest who's known as a road-course ace, Austin Cindric. The crew recaps COTA and looks ahead to the longest race of the year, the Coca-Cola 600. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
Jason Schultz and Andrew Kurland are back after a two-week break to discuss the latest in NASCAR. Jason shares his drunk thoughts of his past weekend at Darlington Raceway, while the two share their favorite race memories from Dover International Speedway, the next track on the schedule. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/redheadracingr…
 
On this special episode of the Glass Case of Emotion podcast, Ryan Blaney is once again joined by Kim Coon and Chuck Bush with special guest Cole Swindell. The crew dives into all things Talladega Superspeedway, new dogs and rabid bobcats terrorizing the state of North Carolina. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
Andrew Kurland and Jason Schultz are back to give their thoughts after NASCAR's trip to Richmond and the season opener for Indy Car. The two create their own fantasy NASCAR season with specific races that are cut out and left in. Jason discusses his new obsession for grilling and his self-made nickname. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.f…
 
After claiming his first win in the Xfinity Series, JR Motorsports crew chief, Taylor Moyer joins the Redheads to breakdown his rain-filled, historic weekend. Andrew gives his latest take of Formula 1's Drive to Survive, while Jason takes issue with Richmond Raceway being called the "premiere" short track of NASCAR. --- Send in a voice message: htt…
 
Jason Schultz and Andrew Kurland are back to share their thoughts after the inaugural Bristol Dirt Race. The two also debate over NASCAR testing rain tires at Martinsville Raceway. Jason explains to Andrew how Formula 1 delivers a more quality package than NASCAR and is the pinnacle of motorsports. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/red…
 
Jason Schultz and Andrew Kurland are back to recap an exciting Xfinity Series race and a boring Cup Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway. The Redheads discuss the need for consistent fights to be back in NASCAR and how the Xfinity Series is more exciting on a regular basis. Jason reads of the funniest tweets of the week regarding the action on-tra…
 
Jason Schultz and Andrew Kurland are back after the Instacart 500 at Phoenix Raceway. Andrew talks about his time in the news suite and gives color commentary of the race. Jason voices his frustration over Martinsville removing the grass from the inner part of the track and the fastest car not always winning in the Cup Series. A former guest of Red…
 
Jason Schultz and Andrew Kurland discuss how it feels too early for NASCAR to be at Homestead Miami Speedway and why it needs to follow the Xfinity Series model for the Cup Series. Jason points out that Andrew's tweets are starting to sound too familiar and Kurland has a little fun when Jason's battery dies. --- Send in a voice message: https://anc…
 
Andrew Kurland and Jason Schultz are back to discuss the unusual outcome of the O'Reilly Auto Parts 253 at the Daytona Road Course as well as the thrill of having two first-time winners in the Cup Series along with Ty Gibbs' debut win in the Xfinity Series. Jason explains his appreciation of Denny Hamlin's twitter, while Andrew gives an update on h…
 
Glassholes! We just wanted to say thank you for four years of incredible fun on the GCOE. Keep your notifications on for future updates from the GCOE crew and in the meantime go check out Stacking Pennies with Corey LaJoie, a brand new Podcast from NASCAR. Check out NASCAR.com/Podcast for more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices…
 
Jason Schultz and Andrew Kurland are back to preview the 2021 NASCAR season, or as Andrew Kurland now calls it, ASCAR. From new teams, tracks and schedule, the dynamic duo discusses the exciting changes, why a longer off-season would create more demand for the sport and potential DAYTONA 500 storylines. Plus, frustration over the Clash not being pu…
 
Fresh back from Phoenix Raceway, Andrew Kurland joins Jason Schultz to react to championship race weekend and the end of an unprecedented 2020 NASCAR season. Andrew talks about his experience returning to a race track for the first time since March, why it was hard being there and how witnessing Phoenix's first time hosting the championship races f…
 
Season 4, Ep. 30: WARNING: This podcast contains strong language and mature content. On this episode of "The Glass Case of Emotion," Ryan Blaney and Kim Coon head to Chuck's house to recap the season, check out his big deck and talk about the party after Chase Elliott won the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series title. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit pod…
 
Season 4, Ep. 29: WARNING: This podcast contains strong language and mature content. On this episode of "The Glass Case of Emotion," Ryan Blaney is joined by Kim Coon and Chuck Bush to talk about childhood toys getting thrown out, favorite movies that still hold up and the crew make their championship picks for Phoenix. Learn more about your ad cho…
 
It's NASCAR Championship Week! Jason Schultz and Andrew Kurland are hyped after a dramatic Martinsville and pumped for what's to come leading into Sunday's season finale at Phoenix Raceway. Jimmie Johnson's long-time publicist and Hendrick Motorsports communications manager Amy Walsh Stock joins the show to share insight into her role with the seve…
 
Season 4, Ep. 28: WARNING: This podcast contains strong language and mature content. On this episode of "The Glass Case of Emotion," Ryan Blaney is joined by Kim Coon and Chuck Bush to talk about the rain and race so far in Texas. They also dive into the age old topic of "are fish aliens" and how is yogurt really made. Learn more about your ad choi…
 
Season 4, Ep. 27: WARNING: This podcast contains strong language and mature content. On this episode of "The Glass Case of Emotion," Ryan Blaney is joined by Kim Coon and Chuck Bush to talk about speed traps and radar guns. They also dive into the tasty world of taco Tuesday and the art of cameramen. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastc…
 
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