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"ricky stenhouse" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

07:06 min | Last month

"ricky stenhouse" Discussed on The Final Lap

"Kind of throws a little bit of shade in his current team that he's leaving too, by the way. So stay tuned for that. It's kind of juicy. You got some juicy nuggets. I love juicy nuggets. Those are the best. I know, they're the best kind. NASCAR Cup Series race recap from Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Let's run things down ten to one. We've got Austin Dillon there at number ten. Yeah, and Austin Dillon. I mean, he's had a pretty good season. We've talked about him several times now in the top ten in these things. Obviously I bounced in the playoffs after round one. But they're kind of building for next year. Kyle Busch has come over to RCR, and I think that they're starting to kind of put things in the right direction. Yeah, also building for next year's AJ almond dinger, he's going Cup Series racing full-time and top tens don't hurt. No, it definitely doesn't. And when you look at his full body of work at this point this season, he is racking these things together for a guy who's running a part time schedule. It's pretty unreal. When you look at the Cup Series, this season, when you look at guys who have top ten finishes and things of that nature. It's actually pretty far up there for a guy with like, what? 16 starts this year. I mean, he's looking at he's got 15 starts. He has 7 top tens which ties him with Eric Almirola and he's ahead of Ricky Stenhouse junior Brad Keselowski, Justin Haley, who also drives a college car Cole Custer. He's ahead of all these guys. And he's running 15 races this year. I think him going full time is a good call. Yeah, no kidding. I think now is the right time considering at one point his career. He wasn't sure if it was going to continue. No, I mean, he was kind of not wanting to really do much anymore. He had kind of slipped into that retirement, ran a couple of one offs and the emphasis side of things and it looked like he was kind of moving towards being a broadcast analyst and then he was lured back into competition by colleague and the Xfinity series. And after a few years, they've told him, hey, what about cup? And so now he's kind of he feels that he is on board with their brand. Their message, their team. He likes where they're going and he pretty much do whatever they want him to do at this point. And that includes going full-time cup next year. Another name we keep hearing a lot in the top ten, which I think is building for next year. That's kind of those top part of this list. Eric Jones. Yeah, Eric Jones, and he's going to have a great teammate there next year and Noah Gregson as well. That's 13 top tens for him this year. He's 18th and points right now, which for the 43 team based on how they've done over the last decade. That's an impressive impressive season for them. Obviously got the win in the southern 500. Darlington. And it's been a very, very good year for Eric Jones. He's been sneaky good at lots of places. He's had some bad luck that has snuck up on him in these races where he's had good results that it looked like he was going to have. So it could even be better for Eric Jones at this point, but the fact that he's got to win is running really well. Cranking out top tens. That's a good thing. Martin Shrek's junior, not a name. We're used to seeing in the top ten this year. Oh, I know, man. It has been feast or famine because it looked early in the year that man win is for sure gonna happen for Martin Truex Junior. He's got the second most stage wins of anyone this year with 7. Early in the year with obviously Martin Truex Junior will be in the playoffs again. As the year started going, we started racking up all these winners and he didn't have one. Yeah, it didn't happen. And now we're sitting here going, well dang, what's going on with Martin Truex Junior has had some car failures, mechanical issues the last few weeks. We're finding it's back in the top ten this week at Las Vegas. Tyler Reddick at number 6 is he gets it done. He's getting top ten left and right. Now he does. I mean, that's 15 top tens got ten top 5s as well. I kind of give you an indication on how the year has gone. 9 of those top 5s, by the way, are podium finishes, which is the most podium finishes of anyone in the Cup Series this year. 9 top three finishes for Tyler Redick and gets another solid 6th place finish this week. And Denny Hamlin didn't really think he had the right stuff for this weekend, but still gets a top 5. Yeah, it felt like the Toyotas were off all weekend. It was kind of weird. People were expecting them to kind of rise the occasion and then kind of sneak up in there and once the race and qualify everything happened, they just weren't very good. Hamlin, like you said, found a way to get that top 5 finish towards the end, but he was kind of out to lunch on those first two stages and really worked on it all day long to get into that position. There he was when it mattered most, but still it was a rough weekend for him. Chase Briscoe notches a top 5 for how the hell he did this is beyond me. I don't know how he keeps doing it. But chase Briscoe, man. He is the guy that just will not die in these playoffs. I know he ends the weekend. In the same exact spot he was coming into the weekend 9 points below the cut line. But had you told me after stage two that chase Briscoe would end up kind of zeroing out from where he started the weekend? I would have laughed at you because he was very, you thought any Hamill was out to lunch? Chase Briscoe was a lap down in stage one. I had to get a free pass, got back, and that car did not look good. He thought he was down a cylinder, thought the day was done. And at the end of the day, somehow not only did he get a top 5 with a fourth place finish, he had a damn shot to win this thing, carry the guy was running the lead in these closing laps and had it not been for those extra cautions at the end of this thing. We could have been talking about chase Briscoe win and advance to the championship four. Now this next guy is not much better, Kyle Busch, his left front wheel fell off late in the race. You saw immediate shot of his crew chief checking out island vacations on Expedia. Turns out he did lose his crew chief for the rest of 2022 because of that wayward wheel, but how does he finish third with that? Well, so that's the thing not only did he have the wheel fly off, which in and of itself usually a day ender for most of these teams. That usually puts you several apps down and gets you out of contention. But he had that happen under caution. He had to spin early in the race and then coming off turn four trying to get second place. He gets ran to the wall as well. So a wild day for Kyle Busch. He's had a very, very rough playoffs and overall rough season by his standards, but now all of a sudden you kind of start to see this two straight third place finishes for him. I know neither one of them he looked like the dominant car and looked like he should have been finishing third. But he's still kind of made that Bush magic happen and got those third place finishes. So maybe this is building some momentum in his own mind as he prepares for that RCR swap over for next season. Ross Chastain, if he's not careful, he almost launched himself into the playoff final four there. Oh yeah, he almost launched himself in the playoff final four and he almost launched Kyle Busch through the wall in the last lap. So that'll be something as well. He hasn't made very many friends with those Joe Gibbs Racing drivers throughout the year, Denny Hamlin's mad at him, Kyle Busch has been mad at him throughout the year. And then Kyle Busch kind of showed his frustration after the race as well. By being nudged in the walnut last lap, but Ross Chastain at the end of the day does what Ross Chastain does. He gets good finishes. He puts himself in a position to potentially move on to the championship for. But it did look like, man, it was like, wow, he might win this thing. He tried all he could to block the eventual winner of this race. It could not quite get it done, but it's still a valiant effort for the trackhouse racing driver.

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"ricky stenhouse" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

02:08 min | 2 months ago

"ricky stenhouse" Discussed on The Final Lap

"If your team looks like mine, you have 5 uses left and 6 weeks to use them. And any one day can be another garage day for Elliot. So it's best to put him in there for this week at Talladega Superspeedway blah. All right, and further spreading out the picks, we're looking at the 47 car of Ricky Stenhouse. He's got 18 races run with an average finish of 15. He finishes in the top 5 33% of the time and get this in the top ten 50% of his races. He's got 9 out of those 18 races that he's finished in the top ten. He's also led a few laps at a 104 that's almost 6 laps per race there. And he also has one win at this track. His collected stage points in 9 out of those 22 tries and also one stage win. Now looking at those top tens is why I picked him, he top tens better than anybody else. Simply put this is another survival race. And it is another driver use to better spread out your picks to help with choices towards the last couple of races of the season. You don't want to run out and you want to have options as the season winds down. Okay, so there you have my three driver picks. Let's take a look at our current playoff picture here at the final half weekly. This week we have a new man on top. That is hello, man. And in second, and third, respectively, 24 chase 9 and freight train with those good scores this week. We'll them up into the top three in the playoff picture. Looking at our current points leader, Troy Clark. I'm mate from Dan under. He's followed up by sparks or flying in second place and dugong up in the third spot. Now looking at the top 12 in the fantasy league, there is less than 100 points separating. Everybody up there. It is still anybody's game. Especially considering all these issues with the tires and parts and whatnot. Well, it seems like this whole playoff season is going to be about survival. Especially this weekend at Talladega super speedway blah. All right, well, there you have it. That's this week's picks for the super speedway, and heads up, there is no practice, there is just qualifying for this race. The cars are impounded.

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"ricky stenhouse" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

02:17 min | 3 months ago

"ricky stenhouse" Discussed on The Final Lap

"Contract extension boy available at all target in Walmart. Right. It's an action figure with karate chop action. He's got it in his hand and he's pointing to the signature. Ricky Stenhouse junior is always somebody to look at when you come to these plate races as well. One win, two top 5s, three top tens on a poll. Average finish of 20.1, which is tenth best. We got an Austin Dillon now at number well, there is no number. He drives the number three. One win, three top 5s, 8 top tens, a poll average finish of 15.5 third best. And how about Kevin Harvick two wins of this racetrack 11 top 5, 16 top tens in a poll? Average finish of 18.057. He's a guy who won two races in a row heading into Watkins Glen. That hot streak is still going for. Maybe he can get another win. And the driver with more wins than anyone in all the land. Three wins at Daytona 11 top 5 is 12 top tens. His name is Denny Hamlin. I think I forgot that. Average finish of 16.5. And that's fourth best. Yes, yes, yes, boom. And a couple of other drivers we probably should mention who have done well of recent Bubba Wallace and Michael McDowell at Daytona. Yeah, when you look at Bubba Wallace, that's an interesting thing. He finished second, Daytona 500 this year. He finished second, the Daytona 500. And that 43 car, several years back when he was with Richard Petty motor sports. And now you know you look at things, he's kind of put together a track record, four top 5s, four top tens average finish of his career, 12.5 at Daytona. I think that's a good call. And of course, Michael McDowell, we've talked about him at length before. One the Daytona 500 last season to kind of etch his way into the playoffs for the first time in his career. And he's always a formidable threat. These plate races. Definitely now, we've got all those numbers. They're dancing around in our heads. Let's get into some fantasy racing from the actual expert rowdy dragon. He's gonna sweep that all into a pile and have it make sense. Fantasy NASCAR with rowdy dragon. Cue that music. What is going on all you find listeners of the final app quickly podcast. I am rowdy dragon. I'm back again with this week's final weekly fantasy update. Well, that was probably the best road course, run of the season. We got

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"ricky stenhouse" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

03:45 min | 3 months ago

"ricky stenhouse" Discussed on The Final Lap

"Just go for the win and let everything else shake out as it is. If I'm going to miss out on the playoffs, I want to go down swinging. That's how I am. I'd rather own my own thing and say, you know what? At least I gave it a shot to try to win the race and that's why I'm out of the playoffs. Not that I sat around all day waiting for a big one that didn't come. Or sometimes you wait in the back and you still get caught up in the big ones. So there's just a lot of situations that can play out here. And I just think the best way to go is to go for the win. Well, if you're leading, your competition is behind you. So that's a little piece of mind. But if you're leading with a couple laps to go, you're also sitting duck. Yeah. Matt, but unless he's a sitting duck for a guy who's currently outside the playoff grid, I think he's in a good spot in those last couple of laps. Yeah. Yeah. Let's take a look at the stats for this weekend, race number 26 of 36 that looks legit with ten races in the playoffs. We're getting purse numbers all of a sudden, the purse for this, besides, you know, playoff implications is $8.3 million. The track is two and a half miles in length, banking up to 31°, front stretch, 3800 feet back stretched 3000 feet Cup race, one 60 laps, 400 miles, stages. First one ends on lap 35 second one ends on lap 95 and the third one is, of course, the checkered flag at one 60 last year's winner was Ryan Blaney and earlier this year was the Daytona 500 Austin Cedric took the trophy on that one. Yeah, and if you remember, Ryan Blaney was in contention to win that Daytona 500, got a little bit of a body shove from Austin cinder coming to the line. And they were a little at odds for about a week. Yeah, so we'll see all that super speedway action Saturday night, not Sunday. Under the light 7 p.m. eastern on NBC. Yes, yes, yes. I'm hoping that's correct. I think that sounds right. They usually throw the plate races on the big networks. No, I meant the Saturday part. Oh yes, it's Saturday night. Yes. The paper schedule that I still maintain on my desk. Yes, it always comes through in a pinch. It's just right there. It's handy. Yes. And drivers doing dandy at Daytona. Oh, handy and dandy. Yes, exactly. And first on this list, we've already mentioned a ton, Ryan Blaney's got a win, four top 5, 6 top ten. So definitely does well at this track, average finish. Well, I guess is 18.3. So sometimes he does well. Yeah, I mean, it sounds like. It's hit or miss for everybody at this track though. It's just crazy. Kyle Busch, he's gonna win here 8 top 5s, ten top tens in a poll. Average finish from 19.324 boy could he use a win to kind of bolster his possible contract hopes. Yeah. Austin Cedric has the win earlier this year, one top 5, one top ten, average finish of 8, which turns out to be the series best, but it's all wonky now with new drivers coming in and that kind of stuff. Exactly. Brad Kozlowski, he has a win here as well. Only one win, that's kind of weird. He's kind of one of those play bases. I'm very surprised by that three times. That's true. Average finish of 22.692 E man, he's been in position to win a lot of Daytona 500 and it just hasn't come to fruition, but maybe just maybe he can get it done this weekend and work his way in the playoffs. Could you imagine if like 20 something can points, Brad Keselowski works his way in the playoffs? That would be nuts. His old teammates and contract boy extension. Joey Logano, one win, 6 top 5s, 9 top tens, average finish of 18.2597 best. Contract extension boy available at all target in Walmart. Right. It's an action figure with karate chop action. He's got it in his hand and he's pointing to the signature. Ricky Stenhouse junior is always somebody to look at when you come to these plate races as well. One win, two top 5s, three top

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"ricky stenhouse" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

04:08 min | 4 months ago

"ricky stenhouse" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"I think bubba lets the Denny Hamlin, Michael Jordan, being the only black race car driver, NASCAR driver, he feels that weight on his shoulders. And at some point in time, he's got to put that on a shelf and just say, I am a race car driver. I don't give a ratchet in who I drive for. I don't care what I do. I am a race car driver. And I'm going to be the best race car driver that I can be. I think he's trying. He is trying so hard to be the best race car driver he can be. But he's got a backpack on right now. And there's a lot of weight in that backpack. And he's the only one that can drop that backpack. He's the only one, and that's why I said earlier, it's whether he's still hard on himself today, or whether he's still hard on it. He's got to pack that away somewhere. Only those in his inner circle, I guess know how he's digesting it today to be very interesting to know that. And clearly now, three races to go in the regular season at Richmond Watkins Glen Daytona. He's got to win and stunningly. Kyle now it seems either Ryan Blaney Martin Truex Junior maybe both are going to need a win here in the last three races. For the first time ever in the Cup Series, there have been 15 winners through 23 races. There are 16 spots in the playoffs. So right now, Martin Truex Junior is fourth in points 19 points behind. He's fourth in the standings, 19 points behind Ryan Blaney, who is second in the point standings. But right now, only Ryan Blaney is in the playoffs because neither Blaney or Truex has a win. What do you make of that? I guess I get something you never could have imagined. No, it's not. Listen, like I said earlier. I said it a couple weeks ago. Blaney and true X are in. I didn't see anybody winning. Daytona was your only wild card for me. And I didn't see anybody jumping up and went in at Michigan or doing something different. I'll say it again. I didn't see Kevin Harvick. Did not see Kevin Harvick. But I look at it now and I think it is must win. And they've talked it must win. But we don't even have to ask the question. If I hear any other reporters say, is this a must win? They need to be slapped in the side of the head. Plead guilty. Yeah, because it's a must win. Everybody. And now it's a must win. From Blaney to Eric Jones to Ricky Stenhouse to Austin, I mean, it's everybody. I look at Stenhouse, Austin Dillon, Bubba Wallace, and Eric Amarillo. Daytona's looking good for those guys. Yeah. There's four guys that could win Daytona right there. Four guys that are below Blaney and true leg, two X so that means that if I'm Blaney and I'm true X, I gotta be looking at Katie bar the door, pull all the stops. We gotta get something happen at Richmond or Watkins gland. And those are two tracks that are tough to make something happen. You know what I mean? I mean, it's just tough. So, you know, I think Truex has a shot at Richmond. Good place for him. Good place for Toyota. Toyota seemed to have found some speed. I think two X is a good road racer. So I look at him at Watkins Glen, so maybe he from a wind perspective, I see him probably a little bit ahead of Blaney, but Blaine's just had terrible luck to. He should have already won two or three races. You know, from that perspective. But again, then you throw in those guys that are behind him and it's like, I don't think the field got narrower for that 16th spot. I think the field expanded for that 16th spot, and a strange way, because I do throw Austin Dillon and Eric Almirola and Eric Jones and those guys. I throw them into that these last two or three races from that standpoint of when in a race, not by points. Not by points. But I think somebody's going to win. Yeah, and you're right. Either of these guys, both Blaney or Truex could win Richmond, Dustin long gathered some post race sound at Michigan for us. And he had Blaney talking very optimistically. Now if you're going to ask, so shame that another car was happy before we went in, just made the four car wins, so

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"ricky stenhouse" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

01:54 min | 4 months ago

"ricky stenhouse" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Ask you guys this question. Who are your projected two drivers that are going to be locked into the playoffs when we head through the first race and around 15 and who are your last two drivers out? So last two drivers out. Let's just talk about the out drivers, 'cause locked in. I mean, you know, I think it's pretty, yeah, it's open ended. Who's gonna miss it? I'm just gonna say this. Okay, it was 6 races. If we don't have more winners. Okay, so let's just project where we're at with no more winners. It doesn't change. It doesn't change. You got one long shot, one guy, one long shot that you really could see it happening in the last 6, or is it gonna have to be a little bit of a surprise? I have a guy that I think could upset all this. I think Chris Bush wrote a road course. Yeah. He's been top 5 the last year. Here's my difference. Here's my difference, right? If somebody wins from nowhere, but if Chris buscher wins it, he wins at a road course. It won't be a surprise. You'll feel good about it. You'll be like, hey, this is a surprise he's running with the last two. I guess that's what I'm saying. I got bush down here. Let's just assume we know Blaney and Truex at some point have race winning speed. Don't know if they can win. Let's get below it. Harvick, I think we all think he can win, even though he's on a long race winless streak. He's got to have, they can win on their best, best day. I got it. Almirola no offense, I don't see it. Erik Jones, I think, same thing. On the absolute best day, it would be a long shot, but I put him in front of Almirola. I put him in front of Dylan McDowell, Haley. I really think that, you know, Chris buscher is the one down there that keeps popping up on my list as a guy that has run well enough the road courses, and the only other name I see down there is Ricky Stenhouse junior on their best days, they hang around the top 5 at that time's outright. Maybe you can do it. Yeah. But I mean, this is the point about extra winners is it's not just here's the better part way to look at it. Why

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"ricky stenhouse" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

05:55 min | 5 months ago

"ricky stenhouse" Discussed on The Final Lap

"My God, I actually wish that would have happened now because that would have been just 100% classic TV. Would Rutledge go out the back door quickly. How much might not have made it out of there alive. Honestly, you did this. You jinxed it. Man. All right, so we had some other big wrecks throughout the day. William Byron looked like a strong car. He didn't finish the race very well because of that. Yeah, he was looking like he might have been following up his win in Atlanta earlier in the year. In the mix there and big, big wad up there took him out. Ricky Stenhouse, junior looks solid until the engine went. Yeah, that was a bummer, too. I felt so bad for him because man that JTG Doherty racing team has had some pretty good. That's a pretty good finishes. Here in this middle stage of the season, they were very, very hard pressed to find any good look. Early in the year, but now I'm hearing this little stretch they've had some pretty good runs, and it looked like they had a car that could have possibly won this thing, had it not been for mechanical failures. It's a bummer. Definitely, Alex Bowman had an issue with the wall. He was looking solid until then. Yeah, he cut a tire down. That was interesting. And then at that point he was like, oh no, here come the rash of tire issues, which luckily did not happen. Yeah, yeah. But man, yeah, that was a bummer for him too. Denny Hamlin hit everything on the racetrack because it's his fault. And so then Denny Hamlin had the Ross Chastain thing, which spawned him and sent him to the back of the field. And then I think the thing that really rallied him up at that point was that his teammate, Christopher Bell, then crashed him again. Right. So it's like, man, and he was fourth when the Chastain thing happened, we're in the closing laps here like 12 laps to go or whatever it was and instant your good run is doomed and that's kind of the story of Denny Hamlin's season. He's had a lot of good runs, but it had very few good finishes to show for it, and you wonder if that's part of the frustration as well. Yeah, he won't win the championship. There's no question. His focus is elsewhere. He just hasn't to this point anyway, so the longer he keeps going with this, the more you think, okay, it's just not going to happen. Yes. Definitely. Anything else going on in this race that's notable? No, I think that I think we nailed it. I think we got a lot of stuff there. There was a lot going on. A lot of lead changes pretty wild race again in Atlanta. I don't know. What do you think? Do you like new Atlanta or old Atlanta? Well, I love new Atlanta, but the problem like I mentioned at the top is I think it's going to go away as the surface wears off and it's going to kind of go back to the way it was. Unless, like you said, they tinker with their package. Right. Not tinkle, but they want to tinker. Yes. No tinkling. But the question is, is it too much? Because for years, we've had four plate races a year, and we're tearing up a lot of cars at those. Is it too much to have two more each year? But this is different. It's notably different, but kind of. But kind of similar. And we're still wadding up a lot of cars. I don't know. Is it too much? Will it become too much? No, because like I said, I think it's going to evolve into the way it was. Well, and the funny thing is what people complain and ask if it's too much. You look at the ratings from the race. Have you seen them? I haven't. Good. Okay. So do you remember the first couple race on a USA Network and how terrible the ratings were? I have not been following the ratings. So that's sad to hear. Okay, they've been very, very poor. It's been bad. We're talking really bad for NASCAR rings. But to kind of turn things around this week, at Atlanta, plate races usually draw high audiences on TV, earned a 1.51 rating 2.626 million viewers for Sunday's race in Atlanta, which was up from last year's race on NBCSN. And it's actually the rating on Sunday, beat every race. It was on NBCSN last year. Wow. So there's something to this plate racing drawing in more viewers. I know the drivers don't want more plate races. I know that the team owners probably don't want more play races. But it does result in a higher ratings. And part of the reason for that, everyone has a chance to win. Yeah, I mean, we saw that with the Toy Story was there, man. Yeah, he had a shot. A legit shot. Now, instead he takes away a learning experience, I think. Right. But I think the longer the ratings stay strong for new Atlanta, it'll stay. If ratings start to dip for a new Atlanta, it's gone. Because at this point, it's not attendance anymore. There was nobody there. There was nobody there at the Xfinity race. I texted you that they locked the gates or something. Yeah, they locked it away through the key. You can't get in there. Chase ain't racing today. Right. There was nobody there. Man. Yeah, I know the weather was threatening all weekend long. They were supposed to be weathered during the Cup race on Sunday, of course it held off, but that definitely leads into a big portion of people that go, I'm going to spend my Sunday doing something else. But you expect a little more than that. So I'm sure the attendance was disappointing. Especially with how packed that place was earlier in the year for the first race of new Atlanta. So that's a little concerning that the spectators didn't turn back out this time around. But the TV ratings definitely showed out. Yeah, for sure. Hey, insert delicious sipping sound here. That's more like slurping. Actually drank all my coffee, so I couldn't do it like last week. So I have nothing in front of me. I drink my water in a minute ago. I've got nothing. Yeah, I'm parched, actually. So yeah, let's go percolate some stuff. Yeah, do you got anything in mind? Maybe some haymaker, man. Got some good stuff. I got some of that. They've got rum roast, bourbon roast, it's good. I will go start brewing. Yes. That way I'll have some. Coffee that packs a punch, haymaker coffee. Oh, and check this out. You remember how we had the promo code before, race ten? I love promo codes. That was 10% off your order when you went and put it in a checkout. Website. Check it out.

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"ricky stenhouse" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

05:49 min | 5 months ago

"ricky stenhouse" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Flying. At any rate, that was just a retaliation from being mad at somebody for racing. I think it's two different things. That's my opinion. Well, I think this is the moment that we talk about being a race car driver. You know, it's more than just driving. Why was Jimmy Johnson so good, Jeff Gordon and Dale senior, Jeff Burton, Bobby Labonte, the list is very long. Well, because they were more than just very talented drivers. They're a good communicator. They understood who the decision makers were within NASCAR, and they had relationships with them to understand how they perceived it. Because in the end, it's not even that a referee in the NBA. Sure, you knew one ref was really hard on this, one ref wasn't really hard on that. It's still human, right? So a race car, if I'm you, the team owner, I don't think you, me or Jeff can answer that question, but I would be telling Ricky Stenhouse, I expect you to go in the truck and talk to O'Donnell or whomever, the right person is because in the end, what I love about this, the only ones that really have to know are the ones that put the helmet on and pull the belts tight, right? Because they're the ones operating in this arena. So it's kind of like I said, when I came on here, you know, I would just, if I'm a crew chief here, I'm making sure my driver asks the same question you just asked Brad because if he asks me, I'm gonna say what Jeff said. Wrong guy. I don't make these calls. Go to NASCAR. And I say that half tongue cheek, but to your point. Just try to understand it. We understand it's not black and white and everything's going to be justified, but at least have as much information. Don't wreck somebody and they'll say, well, Brad, I'm sorry, I didn't even go talk to NASCAR out of a Noah thing. I'd be mad. I'd be like, like, what are you doing? So I'm curious, Brad. You've been, I mean, you've raised for a long time. You watch some of the best short decorations in the country race. Going at each other, I'm curious, like when do you think NASCAR should step in? Because I think that's really the question here, that we all have. When does NASCAR have to step in? I'm curious to get your take with all the experience you've had. Yeah, that is 100% the question here, Jeff. And I think NASCAR needs to make it just a little more definable. I think this situation is put an unfair amount of pressure on Kelly and Dale. Because NASCAR waited so long to really say something about this or make a decision. I think just like Dale junior said, I think that Noah should have been parked. And the lessons should have been learned and he did right there. Yeah, I grew up watching Jack Ingram and Sam art and bob Presley and all these bull ring guys. And there was a code amongst the drivers for sure, but as it got later into the race, you were going for a ride if you were in the way. And that's just the way it is. And that was definable amongst them. Today, a little more civilized race in a little bit more decorum. I think NASCAR needs to, and like I said, we don't want F one rules. No, we want guys leaning on each other really hard. But if it's retaliation and those types of things, I think there needs to be a clear path, which we kind of have now up to what the penalty could be or the avenue you're going to go down, but we really didn't know that until now. And I don't think that's, I don't think that's right. I think we should know that before now. Yeah, I mean, I agree with Brad and Dale junior. I think NASCAR should have been more proactive in reacting. I think they should have addressed it immediately. I think that the statement is problematic that they felt there's a potential for mechanical failure. So we had this conversation. So Nate and I, Brad, are totally split on this. And I agree, I don't agree with you, Dale, or ornate, as far as the in race incident. And I think because what I, first of all, don't love aficion where we don't need it. I do believe it needed to step in in the situation. So I think we can all say, hey, this crossed, wherever the line is, this crossed it. We hate to see this. But I appreciate them not stepping in because I like the fact they got all the evidence. And I know that upsets people, but there are like, how do you know what did or didn't happen? They don't have data. These are cup cars. They can't see what the driver is or isn't doing. There wasn't an in car camera. They talked to Noah. They had a conversation with him. I like from the guy who has gone through inspection more than enough times in his life. I like for the decision of a penalty to be decided I have all the evidence is heard and seen. So while I appreciate what you're saying and it did put Dale and Kelly in a tough spot, but unfortunately that's what happens when you're an owner. Those are your tough spots. I like the fact that they waited. I like that all there is because now we're not questioning what could have had. No, I know. He didn't? He got penalized. I have no other questions in my mind. So I'm the minority and I'm okay with it, but I like the fact it wasn't a race. Too late. I'm as sharp as a marble. Well, I 100% knew that door Gretchen, Rick sage, no doubt about it, no question retaliation. None. And so, but I think the larger point here is, okay, you're saying wait till all the evidence is collected and that's like the sport moves on too quickly. That should have been dealt with. There is ways to deal with things I do believe. Then they deal with no one else. Park him now. I mean, I hear what you're saying. It could have been mechanical, but we know it wasn't. NASCAR knows it wasn't. Take that pressure off of Dale and Kelly. I thought that was unfair. I just think it was unfair for them to have to deal with this. Answer to this and sit and go through and even be talking about this today when Nolan needs to be dealing with this. He needs to be talking about this. Immediately. So I can see your point, though, because it is irrefutable now, but listen, man, there's no way. I mean, you're sitting there looking at the guy wrecking 100%. Seeing a thousand times. Come on. All right, listen, I think Noah put the pressure on Kelly and Dale, not

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"ricky stenhouse" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

02:33 min | 6 months ago

"ricky stenhouse" Discussed on NASCAR America

"All on Ricky Stenhouse. You know, we got off to a pretty good start at Daytona. I thought we were going to win the Daytona 500 Brad Keselowski rectus ran us into fence, ruined our day. We go on the next week, we finished tent, got a good decent ride and then three weeks straight, we had motor problems. We were having significant motor problems and it just buried us. I mean, it buried us. We get our motor issues figured out. We come back at Atlanta, we're leading the race. We blow right rear tire. We started going through all that, my lady, so it's just been a struggle. You know, we get our engines from the good folks over at Hendricks motor sports. I talked to Rick. I mean, he feels horrible about the engine issues we've had. They've made it up for us in space. So we're excited about that. But it's a big hole. And then the last several weeks, I've just told Ricky, you know, over and over and over. We talked about this the last two years, got stopped wrecking race cars, gotta stop speeding all pit road, you know, just take a breath, every once in a while. You don't have to race. Everybody, everybody's rear fender so hard every lap. Just try to get to the end of the day. And I'll give him credit. I mean, this is a veteran race car driver. He's set in his ways in a lot of ways. Ricky charges hard. He pushes hard, but he's pulled back just a little bit, and giving himself an opportunity to be there at the end of the day. And we've run really well over the last several weeks. Had some good strong finishes and we're excited. We're gonna go to gateway and we hope we can get up front and have a chance to win this thing. So Brad, I was accused of being a glass half full guy. I'm in it to go, so unfortunately now you're gonna get the glass half empty version of me. You know, we look at owners and what they bring to their team. You're a professional athlete who rose to the absolute top of the sport that you played. I always had a fear as a crew chief when we have a good streak that we get a little overconfident that we forget blocks and tackles that we forget that what got us to those four top tens in a row. So you as an owner, what role do you take in this? Do you reach out to a guy like Ricky? You have so much experience and competition. It doesn't matter if you're driving a car, dribbling a ball. Competition is competition. Do you kind of try to coach him to not maybe get a little too confident with this great streak you're on? Oh, 100%. Just last week, I go on the race shop, and I talked to our whole team. I mean, I told everyone. You know, we're a small race team. We've got 50 people working on our race car. We build our own race cars. We're independent to that degree, and we're racers. But I tell them, every year, even when we were a two car scene, when it comes June and this sport, it is the dog days for teams like ours because usually.

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"ricky stenhouse" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

05:48 min | 6 months ago

"ricky stenhouse" Discussed on The Final Lap

"Vegas came up because I said to my wife the next morning, I'm like, you know what? I'm not hungover at all. I feel great. That's awesome. And she's like, that's 'cause it was quality alcohol, unlike that wine you got in Vegas. So, yes, there's a difference. Now, there is a tangent. You won't hear on the radio. So Carrie, you were very hung over after that wine, several years ago, huh? Not only hung over, but on the ride home, my wife had to drive because I was hanging my head out the window. Yeah, I would not have been a fan of you driving after that because you were pretty toasted. No, no, I couldn't. No, I'm glad you didn't. We were stopping every few miles to let me out for a little bit. So yeah, I don't know. It sure, we had a few. I will say we had a few but man, you were you were pretty loaded that night. It was pretty funny. And we had quite a walk to over back to TI, so yes, we did. We did. I don't know how you made it back on the walk, honestly. Well, everybody else around us was drunk too. So you just got to bounce off of everybody else. Yeah, boom, boom, boom, boom, huh? Okay, we're here. Where were we? Christopher Bell? Number 5? Yeah. Christopher Bell, number 5, and you know, he had some issues in this race too. Had not been for the crazy issues he had the tire go down at one point, went a lap down, maybe a couple of laps down. I'm not sure. But he did rebound for a solid 5th place finish. He looked very frustrated on pit road afterwards. I think he knew this could have been a win, had they not had the adversity to have to come back from. And chase Briscoe number four. Then that's incredible based on what happened towards the end of this because he's the one that was battling with Kyle Larson and that battle with two to go. Spun out trying to make the pass on Kyle Larson coming through turns three and four. Coming down to the white flag and fell way outside the top ten. He was able to get fresh tires though because of that and that was what ultimately prevailed on him getting back to fourth. But man, he could have won this race. But then he also could have been completely out of this race. So the fact that he finished fourth, I think, has to feel pretty good. So the young somewhat new driver seemed to dominate most of the race and now the top three reflects what experience shows. They somehow managed to get through all the racks, 18 cautions. Kevin Harvick, at number three. Yeah, and Kevin Harvick, the fact that he made it through there. I think he had no power steering all night, too. From what they were kind of saying on the radio. It was very impressive. And the fact that he had the dust up with Ricky Stenhouse junior, he was in the mix of a few other things throughout the night. But kept his kept himself cool, calm collected, and got himself a solid third place finish. He also kind of looked a little frustrated on pit road afterwards. But I think a third place finished had to feel like a win. And then you got the Joe Gibbs, guys, battling it out for the checkered flag, Kyle Busch and Denny Hamlin. Yeah, Kyle Busch didn't quite get there, but you're close. Yeah, I think from leading early, spinning out, having all sorts of issues with his car, I thought the car was completely toasted at that point. To come back and finish second in this thing, it's pretty impressive. He wasn't very happy either on pit road. He was very frustrated with how their whole race went. He was happy to finish second, but he does not like the new NASCAR where everyone crashes left and right. He was very upset with how that played out. But was very happy to finish a second. But yeah, just didn't like the way the race went. And then you got Denny Hamlin. He was a poll sitter, but had to survive, like we said, to 18 caution flags to win the longest race in NASCAR history, the Coca-Cola 619.5 featuring two overtime finishes. Let's hear from Denny. I just knew that number one pit stall. We had an opportunity for everyone pitted that we could come out first and we didn't, but we were the first car on four tires and it worked out things worked out for us. They haven't worked out very well for the first 12 races and a lot of different ways, but certainly this one was one that would capitalize on the opportunity. We managed the race. We knew we didn't have the fastest car, the best car by any means. But we just stayed in the race. Didn't make any mistakes. And give ourselves an opportunity when the opportunity rise for us. I'm not near the end of my career, but by any means, but this certainly is one that will be on the resume. You know, when you're done and you're looking at all your accolades, the cook 600 is way up there. And I've had 17 tries at it and hadn't won it until today. So it's just, it means a lot. And we started on the poll and I thought that we were just going to stay up front most of the day, but we just weren't very good. And to be honest, we battled with the car, we were tight, we're loose overall, it just didn't have the grip that we needed. And yeah, it was a struggle. Most of the day, but we just stayed in it and never really got ourselves outside the top ten. Really outside the top 8, we just kind of stayed in that spot. And we capitalized and made our car better in the final stage. I was able to charge up the fourth and I thought that was about all the potential that we had in the car. But when the caution came out, it was like, here we go. We got an opportunity to win and finally something kind of went our way. Yeah, I mean, certainly had some good moments today in the end, as well. Anytime you have a green white checkered, you're going to have some pretty exciting moments and everyone's going to drive really hard because it's a marquee event. And so I knew that sparks were probably going to fly on the first green white checkered, especially with guys with a little bit older tires, and then you had guys the four tires like myself. And so yeah, it's good to have a race that was competitive. I thought that I don't know how many league changes or guys led laps, but it seemed like a pretty competitive race for the most part..

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"ricky stenhouse" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

03:35 min | 6 months ago

"ricky stenhouse" Discussed on The Final Lap

"All their early access forecasts as soon as the race is over. You've got next week's early forecast on Toby Chris dot com slash race weather and we keep updating their forecast throughout the week for NASCAR, IndyCar, Formula One, supposed to be doing some NHRA and msa stuff as well. Whatever kind of weather you need for what other racing event you're wanting to watch What a very cool niche, by the way, or is it niche? I don't know. Having meteorologists that love NASCAR and racing so much that that's what they choose to do. Yeah, that's really cool and they're really good at what they do. Literally they give you odds of what you think the chances are of racing and stuff like that when there's weather in the area and they're usually pretty spot on. And weather is a huge factor in racing for the most part. Certainly, certainly, even if it's not, whether it be rain or anything like that, temperatures are a huge impact on the performance of the cars and things like that. So there's a lot of impact with the weather. Yeah, nicely done with that partnership very cool. Yeah. So let's get into the 2022 NASCAR all star race from Texas Motor Speedway. We begin with the all star open and advancing from that thing are Ricky Stenhouse junior, Chris buscher, Daniel Suarez, and Eric Jones was the fan voted in driver. Those were all the stage winners. Yeah. Yeah, so that was interesting. I was shocked kind of to see the 43 car get voted and I know they've got a huge fan base. They're the panty fans and stuff like that, but sing Eric Jones get in by the way the fan vote was kind of shocking to me. Was it sympathy for the ridiculously long pit stop with the lug nut? You know, that might have played into it, honestly. That might have gotten him a few extra votes that they wouldn't have gotten. Right, all those poor guys, let's put them in the all star race. Right, come on, let's give them something to be happy about. Could be, it could be 24 race, 24 cars raced for the $1 million prize money. And as we called last week, this was probably the worst all star race in the history of mankind. We did kind of call it. Yeah, we did. We knew. Much like your race weather people. We called that this was not going to be good. Yeah. The next gen car's performed great at mile and a half this year, but not even the next gen car can save this just abysmal show at Texas Mars B way. Can Texas survive bad showing after bad showing like this? At some point, it gets to be too much. It wants people stop showing up, which it's getting closer to that happening there at that track. This was the all star race and it was dismal. It was. Yeah, I mean, it was bad. You know, I mean, they globed everybody to the center of the track and try to do tight camera shots. But you saw ends of it were empty. Nobody there is no longer used for seating. It's just what happened. What happened is just the racing? Well, the racing product has gotten bad, obviously. There's no real promotions happening in the local area anymore because I used to live in Texas. And I used to see how much it was promoted everywhere, every radio station would talk about it. There'd be billboards everywhere, and there's just so much less of that nowadays. So as much as we made in front of Eddie gossage, is that the reason? Well, I mean, it was still kind of dwindling towards the end of his tenure there, but you kind of have to wonder if maybe some of the things he did early on is the reason that that track was successful. All right, let's get into the stages. Stage one, Kyle Busch was the pollster for this event, and won the stage, leading every single app. Right. But that was it for Kyle, really. Because things would change shortly after that, wouldn't it? Yeah, in the next stage, he wrecked from a flat tire.

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"ricky stenhouse" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

07:24 min | 7 months ago

"ricky stenhouse" Discussed on NASCAR America

"The Dale junior download. You're both you're both grimacing over here. Make sure you want to catch it. Tomorrow, 5 p.m.. You're still grimacing Jeff. Come on. We told him, hey, man. When you go to that, do that. Download is like true serum. All that stuff is still flying out. And the final Supercross race of the season Saturday on CNBC, you can relax now. Thank you. Yeah, but you want to hear those stories thinking of a guy on motorcycles, Ricky Stenhouse junior started on motorcycles way back in the day. Currently though, he is in a truck because I tornado just went through the farm. Everybody okay? Stenhouse at the Stenhouse house? It did not go through. Our farm, but near the farm. Less than a mile, less than a mile down the road, I guess I said a tornado touched down. So we don't have any power at the ranch right now. So we came to the other side of mooresville to grab some food and then I remembered dang, I gotta do this show, but luckily we weren't at home because I didn't have Wi-Fi anyway, so better service over here. That's awesome, man. Hey, congratulations on the terrific finish on Sunday, second for you guys at Dover. How needed was that finish for you guys at JTG Doherty racing? It was very much needed. Obviously, anytime you get a good run like that, have an opportunity to chase a leader down, especially at a place like gover, always build a lot of confidence in the team. You know, us as a team, we felt like, you know, there's been a handful of races where we've had good speed, just nothing to really show for it, and then you put three short tracks where we've really struggled on top of it, and I feel like, you know, that really makes the taste and look like a bad start. So, you know, we felt like we've had some speed. We finally were able to put it all together on a track that has some speed. Which makes us look forward to, you know, what's coming with Darlington and Kansas coming up next. So we still got some work to do, but you know the short tracks or something that we got to get a handle on. So Ricky, you guys go the Daytona 500, running really well, shot to win the thing. Get wrecked really late. And then from there, it just seemed like you had not been able to keep your momentum back. You go this weekend and run really well. What is the key to keeping everybody pumped up? Keeping yourself pumped up so that you can go and just fight through a tough start of the year. Well, I think that's kind of the culture that we have at JTG Doherty racing is just everybody's buckled down. We're a lot of good racers, a lot of hard racers and, you know, they see the speed that we've had at certain racetracks and I think that bumps them up. They know that I really liked Dover and everybody's tuned in when, you know, we're working on new setups and have meetings and, you know, it keeps everybody pumped up, but, you know, obviously when you come off a second place finish, that was huge momentum for everybody in the shop to show up Monday. You know, they watched a race Monday from the shop and I'm sure they got a little more work done. Monday afternoon after that finish. So we got a lot of good racers and, you know, it's tough to beat, you know, good momentum, but it's hard to put all that together. So we got Darlington this weekend that we're really focused on, feel like we can carry that momentum that we had. So Ricky, we got a couple of folks who have called in to chat with you. So we'll start with James in New York. James you're on with Ricky Stenhouse junior, go ahead. How are you doing there, Ricky? Good, how are you? Feeling pretty good. I wanted to ask, after your second place finish at Dover, what have you learned going into Darlington this weekend, which is a track similar to Dover? Yeah, I mean, the high speeds and how banking is definitely, you know, lend yourself to, I guess, the same philosophy of a setup. We're definitely going to have some differences in setup, but you know, for us, it's just, you know, trying to get something close and, you know, I got to some simulator work, I got to do tomorrow and hopefully we can get that dialed in. We felt like we had a really good simulator test before we went to Dover and, you know, you got to start close and practice. You only got 15 minutes before you got to go qualify and that's kind of the key to a successful weekend is unloading where you need to be. So sim session I have tomorrow is going to be important, but it'll be, it'll be, we got some good notes from Dover. Hey, Ricky, you said finishing second at Dover, you guys were finally able to put a race together. And that's exactly what chase Elliott said as well. Like for the first time all season, they executed the whole way, put a whole race together in one. So for you, for your team, what was the key? I know it was a tire management race. Was it a caution following the right time? Was it managing strategy? Well, what did you guys do to be able to put a full race together for the first time this year? I feel like for us, it all started, like I said, the simulator test we had a good test there. Showed up, practice. It drove similar to the simulator. And so we started making a few adjustments and, you know, felt like we were happy with the speed. And then when we dropped the green flag on Sunday, I was like, wow, this thing's really good. So from then on, it was, you know, let's pit with the leaders. Let's not do anything crazy. We had really good pit stops all day. We didn't speed on pit road. Our tire management was really good. My car was good on the long run. We didn't have any tire issues. Which, you know, let us just do normal stops and do everything normal. We had a good race car, which makes up for a lot of issues as well. So, you know, for us, it was just, you know, staying within our limits and not pushing the car too hard. And having those good pit stops and Darlington's a long range, a lot of pit stops, a lot of car management, how to keep it out, keep it off the wall. Don't worry your tires out. So it'd be similar. So Ricky just real quick, Jeff rodd point earlier. It's going to be a bit of a learning curve for drivers this weekend, less grip with this race car. So how will this car fare at Darlington you think? Talking to a few other guys that did the test. You know, the one and two is fast as ever. Sketchy with the new car, you're not sure exactly when it might step out on you. Which has been kind of the theme, I feel like for this race car, especially on the faster race tracks we go to. But then three and four is where I feel like is going to be the biggest difference that, you know, the fans are going to see in us drivers with the downshifting that we're capable of doing with this new car, you know, three and four, Jeff knows you were always looking for a little bit better drive up out of the corner. And so now we can downshift when you run that bottom lane in three and four. And so that'll be something totally different for us that we haven't done at Darlington and I don't know if it'll take the high line away or not. All right bud, we all enjoy dinner and glad the tornado didn't actually hit the ranch. That's good stuff, man. We'll see you in Darlington, okay? Thank y'all.

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Chase Elliott wins at Dover to snap 26-race winless streak

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 7 months ago

Chase Elliott wins at Dover to snap 26-race winless streak

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"ricky stenhouse" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

04:00 min | 8 months ago

"ricky stenhouse" Discussed on The Final Lap

"Track gets just torched. So let's see what happens here, but it should be a better show than last year. Hey, Google, what's the weather like in Bristol, Tennessee on Sunday? Sunday in Bristol, Tennessee, United States, it'll be partly cloudy with a high of 62 and a low of 43. All right, so no rain. It's chilly. I like that. I moved my Google closer to the mic, so hopefully that will help. Well, good. Because we like asking her certain questions throughout the show sometimes. So certainly, certainly. What else we got here? We don't need to go through all that. Let's go live pit stops. Is that still carrying through? Okay, cool. Yeah. Yep. No, no live pit stops. Just during the breaks? Yeah, only during the breaks between the stages and obviously if there's like a caution or whatever you can go in and get service, but it won't be a live action pit stop. So it won't be like going for time or anything like that. Now there was no choose rule last year is that the same thing in effect? That's my guess because there's nowhere for them to put the choose V put the cone, which NASCAR seems to not want to do. So you have to keep painting the track or something. I don't know. Well, you put a comb with a string and you pull the string once the cars go by, but NASCAR chooses not to do it that way. All right, drivers, bad ass at Bristol. Wow. Is that better? I mean, last year was drivers doing dandy on dirt. This is much better than what you did last year. So that's perfect. All right, so when you compare the two, it makes the new one look sound better. Yeah, totally. I thought the first one that you said right now was pretty good to begin with. You didn't even need the explanation. It was good. So the obvious choices on the dirt, we've got Kyle Larson Christopher Bell. Now we got Justin Allgaier, I think we can add into the mix. Any other drivers? Well, I mean, Ricky Stenhouse junior, he's very well versed on dirt. I mean, a lot of these guys now have actually been dipping into some stuff at mill bridge. Here locally in North Carolina. Alex Bowman, too now, right? Yeah, Alex Bowman, chase Elliott's been doing some dirt stuff. We saw him flying through the air in the chili bowl. So there's a lot of these guys that have got dirt experience, but when you talk about the guys who are really, really good on the dirt, if funny enough, it's Cal arts and Chris Bell who crashed out this race together last year. And then of course, I think Ricky Stenhouse junior is possibly a threat to win this thing that nobody ever talks about going into it because people like to hate on Ricky Stenhouse junior, but he's really good at dirt racing. And finally, Cup Series drivers in the truck race. We've got chase Elliott, Austin Dillon, and this is a surprise. Joey Logano. Oh, and don't forget, yeah, chase Elliott he's gonna be in that 7 car or the 7 truck for spire motor sports that just won the extra Martinsville clock this past week. So and when Bowman was in that thing a couple of weeks ago, coda, he had a chance to win there too. So at a 7, truck's been pretty fast everywhere, so it'll be interesting. But yeah, Austin Dillon Joey Logano, there'll be some dirt ringers in there as well and this truck series race as well. So it's going to be interesting to see what happens. Up next, rowdy dragon breaks down your fantasy NASCAR picks for Bristol on the dirt on TfL W the final lap dot com. Carrie before rowdy dragon breaks it down. Let's give you some help so you don't break down with no brakes. Oh no, yeah, I like stopping. Yeah, so stop in power. The only thing that comes to mind when you think of stopping power would be PFC brakes because at PFC brakes, they've used their mission to build a culture. They've built their company carry based on a defiant philosophy. You want to know what that philosophy is. It's defiant. Well, I mean, pretty much it is a defiant philosophy yes. No compromises their philosophy. It's a mindset and attitude, a commitment, set standards, outperform outlast surpass, pursue challenges, exceed expectations. I think you and I know a thing or two about exceeding expectations, breaking records and PFC breaks isn't just a product carry. PFC brakes is a mentality. What's going on.

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"ricky stenhouse" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

02:38 min | 11 months ago

"ricky stenhouse" Discussed on The Final Lap

"Started with 395 entries. By the time we got to the qualifying races, we've done three 81 because people would crash out and couldn't get their cars back out there. But 381 cars gets whittled down to 24. It's pretty hard to make the amen. Yeah, chase Briscoe. One spot short of making the race as well. Kyle Larson, who you kind of pencil in, or maybe of an ink in as the winner, but he finished 6th. He won other stuff throughout the week though. Yeah. But he did win things throughout the week. It just seemed like his car wasn't quite there. They were trying some stuff there with his car this time around. To see if maybe it'd be an advantage for later on. I know the chili bowl means a lot to him. And I'm sure he's probably going maybe we shouldn't try it in the chili bowl. But you've got to try it at some point to see if see if there's an advantage to it. I think they were trying some different stuff with this car this time around. It just didn't seem to have it. Ricky Stenhouse junior ended up 9th after a photo finish heat race win over Kasey Kane. Yeah, and that was an exciting moment. I think it was like three thousandths of a second or something like that. Wow. He won by me. It was close. Pretty, pretty impressive stuff, Stenhouse performed well all week long, made it to the a maim and had a really good week down there in Tulsa. Ryan Newman didn't advance from the sea feature on Saturday doesn't have a Cup Series plan for this coming season, but he mentioned he plans to race plenty like the wheel and modified tour and the usak silver crown. Said he doesn't consider himself retired though, but I don't know, the racing gods may differ on that. The asshole you might not officially retire, but if you can't find a ride, you're retired. So we'll see how that goes. That's what's sad about these particular situations with drivers that just come to the end and they run out of its musical chairs and they don't have one left. Well, in the case of Ryan Newman, it's really sad because he had made the Roush family racing move and people are like, well, this is the end of his career. And once he de goes out, makes the playoffs next year comes out, Daytona 500 looks like he's going to win the Daytona 500. It's launched into the atmosphere and crazy stuff nearly happened there was able to get out of the hospital and then things kind of suffered the rest of the way with this ten year rauch family racing. So it's a bummer because it looked like, wow, it was over for him, but then he rallied back, made playoffs, looked like a Daytona 500 win was coming, and then in an instant it all went right back down the shoot. So hopefully he can find something though. I think whether it be trucks, Xfinity, somebody's got to take Ryan Newman up on an offer here, right? You'd think. I mean, he's winless right? Oh wait, that's not the good slogan to use. Maybe go back to the rocket man. Go back to the rocket, man. I think we've seen this is a guy who's pretty fearless behind the wheel of a race car. Somebody could.

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"ricky stenhouse" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"ricky stenhouse" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"19, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Olive Branch, Mississippi Boston. Dylan, Lexington, North Carolina Row 18 over Wallace. Cause for North Carolina Chase Briscoe from Mitchell, Indiana, Rose 17. Chase Elliott Dawsonville. Georgia Quinn. How? Where Escape Virginia Row 16, Ryan priests Berlin Connecticut Row 15 Cody Ware, Greensboro, North Carolina Row 14 Brian Newman, South Bend, Indiana. Josh Maliki Richfield, Wisconsin Row. 13 James Davison, Melbourne, Australia. Kevin Harvick, Bakersfield, California Row 12 Anthony Alfredo Ridgefield, Connecticut, According the Joy from Kannapolis, North Carolina row 11. Justin Haley. When Mike, Indiana Erik Jones fire industry Row 10 Brad Keselowski, Rochester Hills, Michigan. Eric Al Merola, Tampa, Florida Row nine. Mike like Dal, Glenn Doubt Arizona Pride Lady parking Lot. Row. Eight. Crude. Bush Las Vegas, Nevada Cole Custer, Madeira Ranch, California Row seven. Joey Logano, Middletown, Connecticut. Christopher Bell, Norman, Oklahoma Row six. Chris Buscher cross protect, then you're far as from Monterey, Mexico, and now the top 10 starters. Starting 10th. Alex Bowman, Tucson, Arizona. Starting knife marks. Your ex junior may add a New jersey, starting eighth Cross. Chastain Alva, Florida, starting seven. Matt DiBenedetto, Grass Valley, California, starting sixth. Denny Hamlin, Chesterfield, Virginia, Starting fifth Austin Cindric. Mooresville, North Carolina, starting fourth Colorado Corning, California Starting third, AJ Allmendinger sounds a California Starting second. Kyle Larson, Elk Grove, California and starting on the pole. William Byron Charlotte, North Carolina. That's the starting lineup for the jockey made in America to 50 presented by putting trip 40 race teams ready to go. The great State of Wisconsin on the Fourth of July, wrote America, the NASCAR Cup series. The 20th race of 2021 racing at this level for the first time since 1956.

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"ricky stenhouse" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"ricky stenhouse" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Zone, and Greg Harris will put the green flag in the air and we're racing again in music City from the outside lane, the Valvoline Chevrolet of Kyle Larson. The Inside Lane is the pedigree Toyota Kyle Busch, and they are side by side nose to nose into the 14 degree banking turns one and two. Kyle Busch by just a hair, but here comes worsen. He'll get a big run off the top of two and go to the league. He'll fly around the outside, go to the point. Kyle Busch to second. Here comes Chase Elliott and third side by side for fourth Stenhouse to the inside of Logano. And here comes Kurt Busch to make that a good three car battle from fourth on back top three nose to tail off four. Let's follow curtain, Joey leaning on one another at the start, finish line hurt. Bush has got the low line trying to make his way into the number five position. Joey Logano, letting it ride on the outside. He does not hook up mid turn and get that run off the top. That will give Kurt Busch the fifth spot. He will take that spot. Logano falls to six there side by side for seventh. Here comes Eric Jones, driving for the King. The RPM card to the inside of Erica Merola. Erik Jones had to drop to the back of the field on the start after unapproved adjustments and By virtue of some fortunes on the pitch sequence that took place a little earlier and a very fast race car. He's now running inside the top 10 pain for the runner up position. Chase. Elliott Dove Well at the start finish line made his way underneath the Kyle Busch machine. More trouble for Kyle. Here comes Ricky Stenhouse. He is pouring on the coal standouts on the back bumper, a bullish off the end of the back straightaway. Stand out to look low, and Bush will throw the block trying to keep that spot. Well, it just goes to tell you one pit stop and some adjusting how much that can do for your car Chase. Elliot's cars came alive right now. And what about Ricky Stenhouse at number 47? They all made pit stops. They all made big adjustments. And boy, it is definitely helped those two cars right there. One driver in a complete free fall is William Byron. He is being passed inside and outside. Will follow up on that team. They were fast this in practice yesterday, but, man Oh, man, There's just something a miss on board that number 24 as they work off. Turn number four. Kyle Larson Chase Elliott now. Kyle Busch, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Kurt Busch, Top five, headed to one front, too, are beginning to pull away. Kyle Busch is the Log Jam Right now he's got 10 house and Big Brother Kurt behind him. I'll slipped up the banking. Here comes Stenhouse change for the number three position. Stenhouse will get third child of fourth. Not for long. Here's Kurt, his brother to the inside there side by side into three and with the greatest of ease. It's Kurt Busch going to position number four. Kyle Busch did not want to put up much of a fight there, although he'll give a yank to the left on the steering wheel. And try the crossover on his big brother, Kurt. We all the well for position number four in turn one Bush brothers going.

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"ricky stenhouse" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"ricky stenhouse" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"83 Kyle Larson, now seven seconds. And closing rapidly. Kyle last pitted on lap 1 22 Alex your calculator in your crystal ball, says Stenhouse to pit road win. I'm guessing another 4 to 5 laps or so, given the fact that the tires are wearing out he's gonna be out of the throttle longer in the middle of the corners. Which means when you're not pushing the gas pedal, you're saving fuel. He may be able to go Just a tick further than that, But he's not going to be able to go the next 23 laps in this state. Well, we'll keep an eye on Ricky will also keep an eye on Anthony Alfredo Daniel Suarez, Michael McDowell. Whole Custer. Those of the drivers have pitted back on left 83. Everybody else got service in and around lap 1 19 to 1 22. Looking him off in a hurry. Here Absolutely are. We're in the midst of our longest green flag run of the afternoon. 53 consecutive green flag laps. Knock on wood. We've only been slowed by two caution flags for a total of 10 laps. First caution was the competition caution that NASCAR had scheduled a lap 25 the second Was for the conclusion of stage number one, which was won by Kyle Busch 21 laps to go now in the stage as we wait for Ricky Stenhouse Jr to come off turn number four and he does, but he will bypass the opening of pit road and stay on the race track. Right behind him is Joey Logano. Steve Post real quickly. Joey Logano has been a non factory. I mean, it's hard to say, but Logano has not been in the top 15 this afternoon. What's the deal? The deal with Amanda has been fighting a loose condition all day long. He just didn't get back into the dance without the car.

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What drivers said after Bristol Cup dirt race

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

What drivers said after Bristol Cup dirt race

"Nascar completed the dirt race at bristol. Monday with joy. Logano taking the checkered flag driver denny. Hamlin took third right behind. Ricky stenhouse junior danny tells nascar the marbles top. Were not his friend. I was kinda guessing. But i mean i thought i just couldn't on that last restart running. Run the top in heart. But you know they didn't prep it inbetween cautious before so it was just marbles up there but probably so fedex cambridge team thought. I had a shot. They're cut the twenty two too many breaks there when he was cutting us off. And i just you know data that a little better car look like out there in the long run but his team is our third best again. The bristol race was the first dirt race for nascar cup series since nineteen seventy

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NASCAR Bristol Dirt Cup Recap: Logano Wins

The Final Lap

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

NASCAR Bristol Dirt Cup Recap: Logano Wins

"Nascar cup series racing from bristol dirt it was dirty dusty and also thrilling. Let's run things down ten to one. These are the survivors. Let's be honest. Chase elliott eric jones ryan blaney with a mangled race. At number eight tyler. Rettig william byron. Ryan newman at number five daniels. Warez wa. What a car. He led fifty eight laps said after the race. He had no idea what he was doing. Out there for his best finish of the season denny hamlin his sixth top. Five the season and ricky stenhouse junior one of those so called dirt aces to victory lane. We've got seven different winners this season. Can you believe it joey. Logano is in the history books taking the win at the bristol. Dirt race of twenty twenty. One at team penske goes back to back. It's joey's twenty-seventh career cup series victory. And his first win of the season for the twenty two

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Logano takes the checkered flag in a haze of Bristol dirt

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Logano takes the checkered flag in a haze of Bristol dirt

"It was a race a half century in the making so of course a guy with almost no experience on dirt tracks when when NASCAR's first Cup series race and third in fifty years that was Joe Willock auto start the weekend here you don't know what's coming your way you have no idea and to be able to do you'll figure it out you know somewhat and and be able to you know figure out where to speedy throughout practice a ball of all the guys did a tremendous job figure that out for me the girl had a spirited battle with Denny Hamlin throughout the final fifty laps I got a fantastic restart with two laps to go to that his first win of the year Ricky Stenhouse junior closed fast to finish second we got it was the seventh dipper winner in seven races this season Brett McMillan Bristol Tennessee

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NASCAR Busch Clash at Daytona

The Final Lap

01:24 min | 1 year ago

NASCAR Busch Clash at Daytona

"Today. We have racing on the racetrack from daytona. The bush clash goes down at that race track. And it's an infield road course. Oh my gosh excited. I could not be more. Does that make sense so who is eligible to race in this thing. How about twenty. Twenty busch pole award winners. There's only a handful because of covid passed busch clash winners who competed full-time last year. Daytona five hundred champions. Who competed fulltime in two thousand twenty. Former daytona five hundred busch pole winners who competed fulltime last year. And finally. let's run down this list. Twenty twenty cup series playoff drivers race winners and stage winners based on this criteria. Twenty-one drivers will race. Oh see if your favourite is on this list. Eric merola ryan blaney. Alex bowman chris buscher kurt. Busch kyle busch william byron cole. Custer matt benedetto. Austin dillon ty dillon. Chase elliott denny. Hamlin kevin harvick. Eric jones brad. Kazlauskiene joy lugano ryan. Newman tyler rettig ricky. Stenhouse junior and martin tricks junior rounds out that list okay. Format is going to be thirty five laps with one scheduled. Pitstop coming at lap fifteen. The racetrack is going to be three point. Six one miles in length on a road course that features fourteen turns and you could check out all the action all man so excited as previously mentioned seven. Pm eastern on f s one

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Rains postpones Daytona 500, dampening event, Trump's visit

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

Rains postpones Daytona 500, dampening event, Trump's visit

"President Donald Trump accompanied by First Lady melania trump gave the command to start engines in the piece the feel of the Daytona five hundred in the presidential limo trouble schedule watch the start of the race from the infield but when rains came to delay the green flag his motorcade was forced to leave Ricky Stenhouse junior who is the polesitter led the first twenty laps before the race was again delayed this time for even heavier rains NASCAR made the call to postpone the event on Monday at four oh five PM eastern when Stenhouse ball about joyaly Donna and Eric I'm role respectively we'll bring the field back to action Jerry Jordan Daytona beach Florida

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Logano, Byron win Daytona 500 qualifying races

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

Logano, Byron win Daytona 500 qualifying races

"Ricky Stenhouse junior Alex Bowman were already locked into the Daytona five hundred first and second respectively based on their qualifying speeds so Thursdays dual races at Daytona set the rest of the field would join the gonna taking the checkered flag in the first event and William Baron in the second lagana will start the Daytona five hundred in third based on his win and barrel roll off in port for barn it was his first ever win at the Cup series level reed Sorenson cried tears of joy after making it into the big race on Sunday but NASCAR's first Mexican born driver dangle swear S. failed to qualify after getting wrecked out Jerry Jordan Daytona beach Florida

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Logano, Byron win Daytona 500 qualifying races

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 years ago

Logano, Byron win Daytona 500 qualifying races

"Ricky Stenhouse junior Alex Bowman were already locked into the Daytona five hundred first and second respectively based on their qualifying speeds so Thursdays dual races at Daytona set the rest of the field would join the gonna taking the checkered flag in the first event and William Baron in the second lagana will start the Daytona five hundred in third based on his win winning anything in Daytona is a really big deal to me weather is the doles whether it's a tricycle race I don't really care I want to win it Byron will roll off in port for barn it was his first ever win at the Cup series level we're gonna use this momentum as it should be you know it's I feel like we didn't look into this reed Sorenson cried tears of joy after making it into the big race on Sunday but NASCAR's first Mexican born driver dangle swear S. failed to qualify after getting wrecked out Jerry Jordan Daytona beach Florida

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Stenhouse wins Daytona 500 pole in debut with new team

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 years ago

Stenhouse wins Daytona 500 pole in debut with new team

"In his first outing as a new driver with JTG Daugherty racing Ricky Stenhouse Jr pulled off a blistering lap at Daytona international speedway to capture the pole for next Sunday's sixty second running of the Daytona five hundred I think that's what makes it special to me is knowing that you know those guys put in the effort they put in the work not only just the work but they know exactly what to do to to make our cars fast and to get a good way to start our new relationship Stenhouse was the eighteenth drop to make a qualifying run so we shot to the top of the board he had a long wait to a lot of top your drivers to see if his speed would hold up Alex Bowman was the closest to stand house at fifty to one hundredth of a second behind Jerry Jordan Daytona beach Florida

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From start to finish, Kyle Busch's victory in Charlotte was one to gush about

America's Truckin' Network

02:03 min | 4 years ago

From start to finish, Kyle Busch's victory in Charlotte was one to gush about

"Six hundred sunday night at charlotte motor speedway busch led three hundred seventy seven four hundred laps in the race picking up his forty seven th career victory he led five hundred sixty six of the six hundred miles run on sunday night bush becomes also the first driver to win a nascar cup series race at every track east competed at it's awesome i mean i've dreamt that not only winning here and winning the coq six hundred as a kid and being in victory lane here for this race but to just be a force that that people got to be reckoned with you now i go across the country and ray super late models because i want to win at every single racetrack i just want to show that there is no weakness you know and my guys have have given me that chance here tonight and being able to get to victory lane with this eminem toyota and bush making his comments on pr and radio in victory lane martin true xjunior wound up second followed by denny hamlin brad kozlowski and jimmy johnson of the top five jamie mcmurray kyle larson kurt busch alec bowman and ricky stenhouse junior rounded out the top ten sunday nascar action at charlotte willpower one that one hundred and second running of the indianapolis five hundred sunday giving the thirtysevenyearold australian his biggest victory on indycars grandest stage power took the lead with four laps to go when oriol servia jack harvey had a pit for fuel power then holds off polesitter ed carpenter over the final few laps for the victory power on taking the lead when servian harvey made that last fuel stop looney we knew those guys taking a big risk on strategy and tried to you know host for a lot of yellow but off we had a yellow we weren't sure how i wasn't sure i was thinking are they gonna make it and yeah see why short but yes when they told in it was like the gates open and i just i actually joined the wheels off it head carpenter gave it his all at the end but came up short for second wait a great day we ran out in front all day you know put ourselves in a great position if you know if anything probably in that kind of volley of restarts i was still saying buell and those guys were a.

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