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11-27-18 NASCAR America
Hosts: Krista Voda, Jeff Burton & Nate Ryan from NBC Charlotte with special guest Xfinity driver Chase Briscoe.The 2018 season was full of exciting moments both on and off the track. This week NASCAR America will celebrate 6 moments per day and spin it forward to what they mean for next year. Todayâ€™s moments include the first career victories for both Chase Elliott and Erik Jones, Joey Loganoâ€™s final lap pass of Martin Truex Jr. at Martinsville and the reveal for the NASCAR Hall of Fame Class of 2019.Stewart-Haas Racingâ€™s Chase Briscoe has a big announcement for the 2019 XFINITY Series season. He joins us live in studio with all of the details.Plus, weâ€™ll tell you the big news involving Matt Tifft as he progresses up the NASCAR ladder. Also, Leavine Family Racing has found a new head wrench for Matt DiBenedetto and the #95 Toyota.
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Ep. 179: Ryan Hunter-Reay and Colton Herta
Ryan Hunter-Reay on what has caught his eye in IndyCar this season (2:00); the talent influx of younger drivers (3:15); where Andretti Autosport can make gains (4:15); on whether Team Penske has made it a tougher fight on street and road courses (5:30); the easy way to catch his title rivals ... and the realistic expectations for points goals (6:15); what impressed him early about winner Colton Herta and how far his team can take him (7:15); the outlook for Barber and Long Beach (8:15); his viewpoint on how IndyCar is officiated (9:15); why the toughest lap of the season happens at Indianapolis Motor Speedway (10:15); his outlook for the biggest race of the season (11:15) ... and then Colton Herta on if his 19th birthday plans changed after his first IndyCar victory (13:30); on the win sinking in for him (14:00); his "victory tacos" tradition and where he went to eat them in Austin (14:30); if it's surreal to become the center of attention in the paddock after growing up in that environment (16:00); how his dad, Bryan, is involved in his career (17:30); what it's like hearing some IndyCar luminaries speak so highly (19:00); the challenges of facing off with the IndyCar powerhouses (20:00); being more comfortable on street and road courses (21:00); if the victory changes the outlook for his very young team (22:00); the outlook for the Indianapolis 500 (23:00).
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Ep. 175: Kim Coon
The co-host of the Glass Case of Emotion podcast, MRN pit reporter and NASCAR.com personality on Kim vs. Kimmie (1:00); working across the podcast digital and radio mediums (2:00); the origins of Glass Case of Emotion and how she was paired with co-hosts Ryan Blaney and Chuck Bush (3:45); the framework for the show (6:00); how getting Jeff Gordon as a guest helped establish the show's credibility (8:00); testing the boundaries with an "explicitâ€ rating (11:00); the comfort of Blaney with pushing the envelope despite his ties to Penske and corporate sponsors (13:30); what Kim likes about working with Blaney (14:45); how the podcast is setting a template for helping showcase a young driverâ€™s personality while managing the new landscape of 21st century media (17:00); Kimâ€™s introduction to NASCAR through Miss Sprint Cup (21:00); sports and he varied sports background from broadcasting to playing sports to being a University of Miami football cheerleader (24:00); her time in the NFL with the Carolina Panthers (28:30); her best times working as Miss Sprint Cup, including a memorable Dale Earnhardt Jr. event (32:30); and her most memorable races of being in victory lane (35:00); being one of the only women in a male-dominated media field (39:00); her love of books (42:00); whatâ€™s next for Kim Coon (44:30).