Manage episode 263980925 series 2340659
After a trio of races at Atlanta Motor Speedway, T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin and Xfinity Series race winning spotter Freddie Kraft are back together to breakdown the weekend of racing. They cover whether a 500-mile race is necessary at Atlanta, the games being played at the end of pit road to manipulate restart lineups and the lackluster racing created by this aero package at intermediate tracks. Plus, Kyle Busch made harsh comments to NASCAR on the radio during Saturday’s Truck Series race and the guys wonder why he hasn’t been fined. A new race track attendance policy may be coming and the gang explains why tracks aren’t doing enough to promote the sport. On a 10-year anniversary of a famous angry driver quote, the guys share their all-time favorite lines from mad racers. Now it’s off to Martinsville Speedway and Homestead-Miami Speedway, and the spotters explain what to expect in both events.