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Door Bumper Clear is in its seventh year of bringing unparalleled insight from the world of NASCAR to its rapidly expanding fan base. Hosted by veteran spotters Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft, as well as industry insider Casey Boat, this podcast is an influential voice with a comedic, bold and transparent bent. Whether it’s recapping the previous race, reacting to rumors or engaging in debate, Door Bumper Clear is the go-to podcast for the edgy race fan.

Episode Date
252 - Kansas and Hailie Deegan: Don't Hold Back

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver and social media star Hailie Deegan joins Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft to debrief the weekend racing at Kansas Speedway. Hailie opens up about her transition from off-road to asphalt racing, her rise through the NASCAR ranks, and the eye-opening reason for switching manufacturer development programs.

First up in Spot On, Spot Off, the group discusses Joey Logano’s comments further fueling the feud between William Byron and himself. They talk about whether he’s transitioning into the villain role in the garage area and how they expect him to react if Byron retaliates.

Kurt Busch earned 23XI Racing’s second career win on Sunday and the crew discusses his late-race battle with Kyle Larson. Then, they get into the effect Busch has had on the team and Bubba Wallace.

Multiple drivers faced tire failures at Kansas and the group explains why teams’ aggressive setups caused the issues. Hailie talks about teams having to weigh the risk versus reward when considering the number of backup parts available.

Six Toyotas finished inside the top-10 for the first time since Watkins Glen in 2017. Hear why Denny Hamlin’s crew chief Chris Gabehart says their team is the most dangerous 22nd-place points team in history. Plus, the guys discuss where manufacturer parity currently stands.

ARCA team owner Billy Venturini went after Drew Dollar for wrecking one of his cars in an interview. Hailie shares why she’s on her former car owner’s side based on racing around Drew.

Finally, Door Bumper Clear producer Jason Schultz tries to explain the confusing Texas Motor Speedway All-Star Race format to the group. They question who at NASCAR is making the decision on the format and what they would do instead. Plus, Hailie shares her thoughts on the need to get younger fans interested in NASCAR.

Thank you to our presenting sponsor Offerpad and partners Xfinity and for making this show possible.

May 16, 2022
251 – Darlington and Tommy Baldwin: Real Opinionated

Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft are joined by former NASCAR Cup Series team owner, crew chief and NASCAR Hall of Fame voting panelist Tommy Baldwin Jr. The four of them dive into all the happenings from throwback weekend at Darlington Raceway. First, Baldwin discusses his rise in NASCAR, what elite job he turned down, and helping others like Freddie get their starts in the sport. Plus, the gang shares an exciting announcement regarding DBC’s future.

To kick off Spot on, Spot Off, the guys talk about Joey Logano’s bump and run move on William Byron to win Sunday’s Cup Series race. Hear whether the guys believe Logano’s justification for the move and whether it was necessary in the first place.

Martin Truex Jr. and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. collided off Turn 2 and caused a backstretch pile up late in Sunday’s race. The guys talk about that tricky spot on the track, why restarts are so aggressive and what it says about the state of competition in the sport.

Kyle Busch left his parked car on pit road at the garage entrance and walked off after getting collected in Brad Keselowski’s wreck. The crew connects his behavior to a penalty he received last year and discusses the example he is setting for younger racers.

Chris Rice made comments over the radio to AJ Allmendinger during the Xfinity Series about the recent struggles of Kaulig Racing. Brett and Freddie give their insight into what it will take for them to get into championship-contending form.

Finally, the guys talk about the Miami Grand Prix facility wiring 5G for fans to stream F1 TV on their phones while everyone attending NASCAR races struggles to find cell service. They discuss what needs to change and the benefits of making phones more accessible at the track.

Reaction Theatre shares their thoughts on Logano’s move at Darlington, Cody Ware’s strong run and more. Then hear what to expect at Kanas Speedway and why one manufacturer could be pulling away this season.

Thank you to our presenting sponsor Offerpad and partners Xfinity and for making this show possible.

May 09, 2022
250 - Dover: Milestone Moment

Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft return from a rain-delayed Dover Motor Speedway weekend and recap all the action. Justin Allgaier’s highly anticipated No. 7 DBC car finally hit the track with a strong performance and runner-up finish. The guys share their thoughts on DBC car content and their positions as sponsors and competitors of the JR Motorsports machine. They also discuss the struggle between race start times and TV ratings after the Dover Cup race rained out.

To start Spot on, Spot Off, the gang discusses Allgaier's performance during Saturday's Xfinity Series race. Hear what was going through their heads and why Freddie might have caused them to lose the race at the end.

Next, NASCAR decided to not give teams an extra set of tires during the Cup Series race after cars were experiencing an excessive amount of wear. Was that the right or wrong call? Who was responsible for the excessive wear? Is added tire strategy good for the sport? The guys debate.

AJ Allmendinger’s loose tire caused a caution during green-flag pit stops late in the race. The spotters discuss why this was the most harrowing Next Gen tire situation yet and why it took long for NASCAR to display the yellow flag. Then, they talk about the severity of the loose tire penalty and how it should be changed.

Ross Chastain’s late block on Martin Truex Jr. on the final lap of the race sparked more conversation about Chastain's aggressive moves. Hear what the guys believe Chastain was thinking when he made the block and what it says about Truex for lifting.

After 11 races, the guys talk about the current playoff and points standings. They decide which drivers are in must-win situations and whether or not there will be 16 winners before the playoffs.

Finally, they talk about this upcoming weekend’s throwback race at Darlington Raceway and NASCAR’s decision to keep the car numbers slid forward.

Thank you to our presenting sponsor Offerpad and partners Xfinity and for making this show possible.

May 03, 2022
249 - Talladega: Game of Chance

Door Bumper Clear’s first trip of the year to Talladega Superspeedway is complete as Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft recap the wild weekend of racing. And with Dover Motor Speedway race weekend upon us, the guys get ready to see the DBC sponsored Justin Allgaier No. 7 car hit the track on Saturday in the Xfinity Series race.

To kick off Spot On, Spot Off, the crew discuss Erik Jones’ move to block Kyle Larson on the last lap of the Cup Series race on Sunday and how it cost him the win. Also, they talk about why Jones was a sitting duck for Ross Chastain to get by him for the win.

Next, Freddie provides insight into the contact Bubba Wallace made with Joey Logano that took the No. 22 out of the race on a freak restart wreck. Hear what Freddie relayed to Wallace during the restart and Logano's comments on the current state of superspeedway racing.

In an interview after crashing out, Chase Briscoe described how the cars reacted differently to pushes compared to the first Next Gen car superspeedway race at Daytona. The gang talks about why the cars were having difficulty building and completing runs on other cars.

The Ford teams went against their typical superspeedway pit strategy and choose to break the teams into two groups. Hear what each spotter thought about the new strategy and whether or not they should try it again. Hendrick Motorsports changed up their setup focus from qualifying to race pace. Is qualifying all that important at superspeedways? The guys discuss the change in philosophy.

Finally, Kyle Busch commented on his contract negotiations with Joe Gibbs Racing. The guys speculate about the possibility of him leaving JGR, which other team could court him, and why they ultimately think Busch brought his negotiations public.

Thank you to our presenting sponsor Offerpad and partners Xfinity and for making this show possible.

Apr 25, 2022
248 - Bristol Dirt: Right or Wrong?

After spending the weekend looking for eggs in the dirt of Bristol Motor Speedway, Brett Griffin, TJ Majors and Freddie Kraft are back with plenty to discuss after the second ever Bristol dirt race weekend.

To start Spot On, Spot Off, the gang addresses Kyle Larson’s comments about Cup cars using windshields when dirt racing and whether or not he thinks the series belongs on dirt. They discuss industry and fan responses after the race’s second attempt and offer solutions on how the weekend could be improved.

Then, hear their reaction to NASCAR throwing the caution due to cars overheating from the mudding track conditions. They talk about the track prep process and alternatives to avoiding the heat issues that developed in the Next Gen car’s first dirt attempt.

Kevin Harvick went a lap down during the competition caution attempting to deal with his overheating issues and shared his displeasure with racing on dirt after getting caught up in a wreck. Are his comments justified?

The guys discuss a tweet by Denny Hamlin after NASCAR’s confusing running order after stage 2 during a red flag for rain. Hear what the spotters and drivers were told and how NASCAR responded to the situation. Also, find out why it would have been disastrous to call the race for the rain.

Chase Briscoe’s move on the final lap cost Tyler Reddick his first Cup Series win. They break down what Chase could have done differently and react to Tyler’s response. Then they get into the differences between spotting a dirt race and a pavement race.

Lastly, hear Cody Ware’s comments over the radio about making contact with Chase Elliott. The crew responds to what Ware said about being disrespected and what he can do to fix that.

Thank you to our presenting sponsor Offerpad and partners Xfinity and for making this show possible.

Apr 19, 2022
247 - Dale Earnhardt Jr.: Keeping the Whole Sport Honest

A frigid weekend at Martinsville Speedway didn’t make Door Bumper Clear shy away from offering hot takes on this episode. Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft start by discussing T.J. reuniting with his former driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. to spot in the Xfinity Series race, only to be surprised by the man himself. Dale Jr. makes his first DBC appearance and shares what made him nervous heading into his only start of the year on Friday night. 

He and the guys then shift gears to their thoughts on the Cup Series race at Martinsville, where drivers were shifting every lap with the Next Gen car. They discuss why that, along with a multitude of other factors, has created lackluster short track racing so far this year. Dale Jr. then dives into his Xfinity Series driver Sam Mayer getting into a post-race scuffle with rival Ty Gibbs. Hear how Dale and the spotters reacted, and why it's making Dale want to get his drivers fighting lessons.

To start Spot On, Spot Off, the crew discusses Denny Hamlin’s struggles during the Saturday Cup Series race and his comments about the Next Gen car needing a complete redesign.

Next, they talk about why neither Austin Dillon nor Joey Logano roughed up William Byron during the overtime restart. Hear why the guys think the bump and run may not be as effective with the new car and if they had a shot to begin with.

Ty Gibbs is back in the news after Sam Mayer bumped him out of the way in the final corner of the Xfinity Series race as they battled for the 100k bonus. After questioning whether Gibbs could dish it and take it last week, the guys got their answer and breakdown the fight and its implications moving forward. Hear what Dale said to Sam afterwards.

Roush Fenway Keselowski lost its penalty appeal for modifying a single source part. The crew talks about NASCAR needing to set the precedent from this ruling and if they could have avoided the penalty altogether. Also, should all penalties be made public again? The crew debates.

Everyone shares their displeasure of having to race on Easter Sunday at Bristol Dirt. They talk about who ultimately has the power to make the decision and why the answer may surprise you.

They continue their discussion of Bristol Dirt talking about Kyle Busch’s comments about wanting to “cut the cord” on the race. They bring up Richard Petty’s thoughts about NASCAR continuing to race on dirt and if there are other alternatives to taking away a regular Bristol race.

Finally, hear their thoughts on TV not showing victory lane interviews after Mike Joy tweeted explaining the TVs reasoning. Dale shares insight into why networks made the change and provides a solution that he thinks would appease everyone.

Dale sticks around for the remainder of the show and hears what the fans have to say in Reaction Theatre. Hear a song about Dale, how many people are mad at Gibbs for leaving his helmet on, reactions to moments from the TV broadcast, and more.

Lastly, Xfinity returns as a sponsor on DBC with their new segment. Plus, Dale and guys give out their What an Idiot awards.

Thank you to our presenting sponsor Offerpad and partner for making this show possible.

Apr 11, 2022
246 - Richmond: Get Out of the Way

No empty chairs could be found in the Door Bumper Clear studio as the crew is back from this weekend’s racing from Richmond Raceway. Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft discuss the first short track race of the season and if the Next-Gen car was able to improve the track’s product.

To kick off Spot On, Spot Off, the trio discusses how Denny Hamlin’s comments about a certain animal lead to his first win of the season. Also, hear whether or not they think Toyota can continue to step up their game after a rough start to the season.

The crew then questions why NASCAR waited to hand out a penalty to Kyle Busch’s team for breaking the rules 200 laps prior. They talk about why NASCAR missed it earlier and how it may have been brought to their attention. JGR also debuted a new pit stop choreography on Sunday. Learn the pros and cons of this new style of changing tires.

After Kevin Harvick nearly caught race winner Hamlin in the final laps, Harvick expressed frustration with the spotter stand. Learn why having a difficult time maneuvering through lap traffic on Sunday around a teammate and another Ford may have cost him a win.

What’s the state of jobs in NASCAR right now? Stewart Haas Racing’s Brian Murphy joins the show after he tweeted about the evolution of the NASCAR workforce in recent years. Learn why there’s more opportunity than ever to work in the sport.

Ty Gibbs’ “bump and run” to win the Xfinity Series race on Saturday raises concerns about whether or not he will eventually be able to take what he dishes out. The gang then debates his career ark and how quickly he could rise to the Cup Series.

Finally, the crew reacts to Kevin Harvick saying Keelan and other young go-kart racers want to pursue Formula One rather than NASCAR. They explain how NASCAR’s failure to attract a younger audience plays a role.

Thank you to our presenting sponsor Offerpad and partner for making this show possible.

Apr 04, 2022
245 - COTA: Moved or Wrecked?

The first road course racing weekend of the year is in the books as Door Bumper Clear returns from Circuit of the Americas. Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft share concerns about spotting from Turn 1 at the Austin, Texas course. Freddie explains Bubba Wallace's loose wheel issue that ultimately ended his day. And the guys announce exciting news about the next Dirty Mo Media Ultimate Suite Experience at Charlotte Motor Speedway for the 600.

To begin Spot On, Spot Off, the table discuss NASCAR’s inconsistent enforcement of track limits in certain parts of the course. Hear NASCAR's response to the missed calls and the crew debates alternatives to fix the problem moving forward.

Next, the gang analyzes the last lap fireworks between Ross Chastain and A.J. Allmendinger. They discuss whether Chastain moved or wrecked Allmendinger as they battled on the final lap. Hear their thoughts on the proper “bump and run” etiquette and Allmendinger’s post-race comments.

When Ricky Stenhouse Jr. crawled to a stop on the track, NASCAR ultimately threw a caution after some drivers elected to pit. What is the right call for the officials and teams when they see an impending caution? The guys discuss the situation and whether the correct decisions were made.

“The Hack” Alex Bowman made contact with Kyle Busch and Stewart Friesen at the end of the Truck Series race costing them all the win. Find out what the guys have to say about Busch making a mistake and how he responds to losing post-race.

NASCAR handed out its first major penalty to Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing for modifying a single source supplied part last week. TJ shares his thoughts on how his driver, Keselowski, will have to overcome the penalty and what it will take to salvage their season.

Later, the guys respond to Twitter debate from last week about whether NASCAR is more entertainment or sport. Then, hear their thoughts heading into the first true short track race of the year at Richmond Raceway. Find out why there may be some cause for concern racing with the Next Gen car at the raceway.

Thank you to our presenting sponsor Offerpad and partner for making this show possible.

Mar 28, 2022
244 - Atlanta: Safe but Sore

The Door Bumper Clear crew is back from Atlanta Motor Speedway and has much to say about its new "superspeedway" configuration. Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft break down Atlanta’s new style of racing and how mile and a half tracks could be impacted moving forward.

In Spot On, Spot Off, the guys replay the final laps of Sunday's NASCAR Cup Series race and what led to William Byron’s first win of the season. Freddie shares insight into what went wrong for Bubba Wallace in the closing laps as he went from contending for victory to wrecking across the finish line.

Next, they talk about the tire failures that some race leaders experienced. Hear the gang explain potential causes and why failures aren't necessarily a bad thing.

Friend of the program, Kyle Busch, made comments on the balance between being a driver and entertainer after crashing out of Sunday's race. The guys discuss how this weekend's product flirts with that line and why NASCAR's initial attempt at creating this racing at intermediate tracks failed.

Hear what the crew has to say about Myatt Snider’s comments towards the driver that wrecked him late in the Xfinity Series race. Freddie expresses his frustration about why Snider needs to put action behind his words.

Did John Hunter Nemechek unfairly interfere with the outcome of the Truck Series race? The DBC guys debate the role of teammates in late race situations, when not all teammates are still competing for the victory.

Denny Hamlin tweeted comments regarding the effort of tracks to maintain their facilities and it sparked conversation about race tracks' responsibilities. The crew shares what's important for tracks to get right in order to create a positive fan experience.

Could NASCAR be playing favorites after announcing Hendrick Motorsports will field a modified Next Gen car in the 2023 24 Hours of Le Mans? Hear how one driver/owner from a different manufacturer reacted to the news.

In Reaction Theatre, we learn of more dead pets and Fred Griffin gets a touching tribute. Later, the crew previews what to expect as the Next Gen car makes its road course debut this weekend at Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas.

Thank you to our presenting sponsor Offerpad and partner for making this show possible.

Mar 21, 2022
243 - Phoenix: On the Hood

The entire Door Bumper Clear crew is back from the weekend at Phoenix Raceway. And they have a huge announcement to share and a special guest to welcome onto the show. But first, Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft explain why Phoenix falls among their least favorite track and what happened this weekend to solidify that.

In Spot On, Spot Off, hear what the guys have to say about Chase Briscoe holding off Ross Chastain and Tyler Reddick for his first career NASCAR Cup Series win. Then, they predict the outlook for the other two as they search for their first career victories.

Freddie reflects upon Bubba Wallace’s comments at the end of Stage 2 expressing his frustrations with their performance. Brett brings up Toyota’s recent struggles and reveals some startling stats as they look to turn their season around.

T.J. speaks about Brad Keselowski’s rough start to the year and compares his performance to his teammate Chris Buescher. He explains Brad’s approach to his new venture as co-team owner, the rest of the season and his desire to grow the organization.

Then, the crew discusses NASCAR’s slip-up during Xfinity Series qualifying that led to a driver being sent out too early and ruining another car’s lap. T.J. and Freddie explain what caused the mistake and Brett reveals another error by NASCAR that almost ended a driver’s race.

The newly reconfigured Atlanta Motor Speedway hosts this upcoming weekend's race. Hear what concerns the spotting trio has about the track’s new surface and why no one has any idea on what to expect with the superspeedway package being run.

Brett unpacks what Michael Jordan’s advisor said about how NASCAR teams should be less reliant on sponsor dollars and more reliant on media dollars. He explains the Race Team Alliance's role (RTA) in changing the ownership landscape and why a group of billionaires may be standing up to NASCAR during the next TV contract negotiation. 

Lastly, the crew shares an exciting announcement with a special guest. The guest explains why he's excited for the news, what happened during his race at Phoenix and expectations for Atlanta's new surface.

Thank you to our presenting sponsor Offerpad and partner for making this show possible.

Mar 14, 2022
242 - Las Vegas: We Need Consistency

Most of the Door Bumper Clear crew made it back from a crazy weekend in Las Vegas. They share all about the first ever Dirty Mo Media Ultimate Las Vegas Experience. Plus, find out what happened when Freddie Kraft took producers Jason Schultz and Alex Timms out during their first trip to Sin City. You won’t believe the shenanigans that took place. Even though T.J. Majors left the night early, they explain to fill-in co-host, Hannah Newhouse, how the night unfolded.

In Spot On, Spot Off, the trio talks about what friend of the program Kyle Busch had to say about race winner Alex Bowman. And they discuss his comments about where you can buy Next Gen car parts.

Bubba Wallace and Freddie's streak of losing front corner panels continued after the No. 23 made contact with the inside wall after narrowly missing a wrecked Erik Jones. Hear Freddie's explanation on what happened and how the timing of the caution played a role. The gang then discusses the larger issue of inconsistent cautions and how it left an injured driver out on track during the Truck Series race.

The Cup Series tied the all-time record for the most cautions in the first three races of the season on Sunday at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Find out how the guys feel about the abundance of yellows, a possible flat tire situation fix and why they are confused by something Dale Jr. said.

A potential rivalry emerged during the Xfinity Series race between Ty Gibbs and Ryan Sieg. Hear exactly what happened between the two and why it's in neither of their best interests to wage a feud so early in the season.

Another spotter is put on the hot seat this week after Christian Eckes threw a late block on his former boss, Kyle Busch. TJ explains why Eckes’ spotter shouldn’t have been eager to clear him and Freddie discusses how inexperience spotting up front contributed to the incident.

Thank you to our presenting sponsor Offerpad and partner for making this show possible.

Mar 07, 2022
241 - Fontana: Clearing the Way

Door Bumper Clear is back from an eventful weekend at Auto Club Speedway. Brett Griffin is caught in a feud between T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft due to their drivers, Bubba Wallace and Brad Keselowski, making contact during the race. Hear what the crew has to say about cars not being able to drive on flat tires and why it’s putting spotters in a difficult position. Co-host Casey Boat and producer Jason Schultz chime in to talk about the upcoming Dirty Mo Media Ultimate Las Vegas Experience.

In Spot On, Spot Off, the crew talks about Denny Hamlin deleting a tweet criticizing Saturday at Auto Club Speedway and the guys debate whether or not it was a black eye on the sport.

They continue their discussion about the Next Gen car’s flat tire issues. TJ explains how towing the cars back to the pits damages a team’s race in more ways than one. Brett adds that NASCAR knew about this issue for months since it was problematic during off-season testing, yet they still don't have a solution.

A flat tire and avoidable contact with William Byron ended Tyler Reddick’s dominant day. The crew discusses who deserves the blame and why they have to put it on one of their co-workers.

Freddie explains what led Bubba Wallace to make contact with Brad Keselowski, and TJ offers insight into the incident, surprisingly, without the use of data. Then, Brett explains how dirty air did not seem to be a problem on Sunday.

Teammate turmoil surfaces at the end of the race between Chase Elliott and Kyle Larson. Another spotter is put on the hot seat by Brett and he explains how his lack of experience played into that.

It didn’t take long for TJ to bring up data, as he explains why he believes Chase Elliott's late race spin was not intentional. Freddie begs to differ and explains what tells the real story.

Will Auto Club’s fan turnout and exciting racing be enough to hold off its short-track conversion plans? Brett reminds everyone what it's really about.

NASCAR handed out its first penalties under the Next Gen era to Kaulig Racing and the Money Team for wheels falling off at Daytona. Brett explains how Kaulig Racing is going to appeal the penalty and questions how other teams are not penalized for other modifications.

Finally, hear DBC’s newest song in Reaction Theatre before the gang gets ready to head to Las Vegas and hear what they have in store for Alex and Jason's first trips to Sin City.

Thank you to our presenting sponsor Offerpad and partner for making this show possible.

Mar 01, 2022
240 – Daytona 500: Push It Real Good

Door Bumper Clear returns from the 2022 Daytona 500 and reacts to a wild weekend of racing. T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft all had an eventful Sunday spotting from the roof. Hear T.J. 's thoughts on Brad Keselowski’s involvement in several incidents, Brett’s take on his car’s tire falling off and Freddie’s reaction to coming within feet of a career-defining victory.

Along with co-host Casey Boat and producer Jason Schultz, the crew welcomes you into their brand new studio. And you won’t believe what it resembles.

In Spot On, Spot Off, the crew discusses Keselowski’s aggressive antics that ruffled feathers. Brett and Freddie do not shy away from letting T.J. know that he wrecked a large portion of the field.

During Stage 1, rookie Harrison Burton flipped in a wreck down the backstretch. The crew raises concerns about how easily the car flipped and what NASCAR needs to do going forward.

Austin Cindric earned his first career Cup win in the Great American Race but put his teammate Ryan Blaney in the wall on the last lap to do so. They discuss the move while Brett mentions why he would put his mother in the wall to win the Daytona 500.

During the overtime restart, Blaney told Cindric to move down in front of him and said he was making decisions to ensure that a Team Penske car was going to win. Is that the right play in the closing laps? Hear the gang’s thoughts.

Keselowski and T.J won Duel 1 as Joey Logano wrecked while throwing a block on the final lap of Duel 2. T.J. explains why he was sipping tea as that happened.

Brett shares why the qualifying races need an overhaul because starting position in the 500 is insignificant. The crew brainstorms ideas to change the format to make the event less of a snooze-fest.

As a new drivers council led by Jeff Burton forms, Brett explains its importance and how they need to address driver salaries.

Brett and Freddie aren’t alone with giving T.J. a hard time as several fans express their displeasure with Keselowski’s aggressiveness in Reaction Theatre, and everyone makes picks for NASCAR’s return to Auto Club Speedway.

Thank you to our presenting sponsor Offerpad and partner for making this show possible.

Feb 22, 2022
239 – L.A. Clash: Uncharted Territory

On the Season 7 premiere of Door Bumper Clear, T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin, and Freddie Kraft are fresh out of Los Angeles after NASCAR went stadium racing with the Clash at the L.A. Coliseum. Along with co-host Casey Boat and producer Jason Schultz, the gang reacts to one of the boldest and most innovative event concepts that NASCAR has ever tried. They share what it was like at the stadium, the event’s atmosphere and why it made Brett compare it to a sold-out Talladega back in the day.

In Spot On, Spot Off, the crew begins by addressing Kurt Busch missing the main event. Hear what Freddie had to say about the contact that involved his driver Bubba Wallace, who is also Busch’s new teammate, and what the mentality in the last chance qualifying race was like.

Brad Keselowski’s debut race with the team he now co-owns didn’t go very well. His spotter T.J. fills us in on their weekend. Hear how Keselowski is approaching this new opportunity and the organization’s reaction to missing the main event.

The long-anticipated debut of the Next Gen car in a race took place on Sunday. The guys share their overall impressions to the style of racing, durability of the cars to withstand fender banging, and mechanical issues teams faced.

Contact between Kyle Larson and Justin Haley ended Haley’s promising performance. His spotter, Brett, fills us in on what exactly happened. Hear what choice words he uses to describe the move that Larson made.

Joey Logano won the race after facing pressure from Kyle Busch in the closing laps. Find out who was disappointed that Busch didn’t attempt to knock the No. 22 car out of the way for the win.

Will there now be a more forceful push for additional short track races? What’s the future of this stadium racing model? Could it work as a point paying event? The crew analyzes the decisions the sport must address moving forward.

Heading to Daytona International Speedway for the Daytona 500 on Feb. 20, learn why a parts shortage is concerning all race teams. The guys discuss whether it will impact the aggressiveness in the season opening race and what it means for heading out west afterwards.

Later in the show, Reaction Theatre returns, find out which spotter is having a fondue party for the Super Bowl, who wins the first What an Idiot awards of the season, and a new twist on DBC Picks in 2022.

Thank you to our presenting sponsor Offerpad and partner for making this show possible

Feb 08, 2022
238 – Tyler Reddick: Santa Brought Fireball

It’s the Door Bumper Clear Christmas Spectacular! T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft return to the Bojangles Studio to bring the listeners the best gift of all this holiday season – a special edition episode. Fresh off Next Gen Car testing, Tyler Reddick joins the show and participates in the Christmas fun and Fireball shots. Plus, hear what exciting opportunity Dirty Mo Media fans will have in 2022.

Reddick currently holds the record for most spins in the Next Gen Car after three last week at Charlotte Motor Speedway. He’s here to tell us exactly what it’s like driving the new car, his thoughts on the major horsepower change and his expectations for what the racing will look like next season.

The spotters ask him numerous questions about what they have heard about the new car and all the changes currently being implemented. Plus, they share their observations from what they have seen out of the tests over the last month.

What has the crew been up to so far this off-season? Find out why Freddie hasn’t stopped spotting, T.J.’s adventures at a windy Buffalo Bills game and why Amazon is ruining Brett’s Christmas surprises.

In Spot On/Spot Off, the table reacts to NASCAR’s decision to increase the horsepower in the NASCAR Cup Series cars at intermediate tracks from 550 to 670, after being adamant that change wouldn’t occur. Hear how it will impact speeds, why Reddick prefers 550 on some tracks and whether or not he’s been asked for input.

Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch raised concerns about the Next Gen Car supply chain last month and NASCAR’s Steve O’Donnell said all teams should have five cars ready by the start of the season. The gang shares what they have heard and why having five cars may not be possible. Plus, get their thoughts about the supply chain concerns and how speedy repairs may change the game.

Spotter silly season is well underway and a lot of changes have occurred since the conclusion of the season. Hear what’s happening for 2022 and T.J. reveals which Xfinity Series driver he will spot for.

Anticipation is building for the Clash at the L.A. Coliseum. The crew reacts to the report about the cost of building the track, Reddick shares details about the track surface that he helped design and what to expect come February.

A new practice and qualifying format was revealed last month. Hear the spotters’ take on the changes and the condensed system, and what Reddick believes teams will be capable of changing in shortened allotted on-track times.

Then, it’s time for Christmas fun as everyone plays DBC White Elephant and reveal why each host has ended up on the naughty list this Christmas.

A special edition of Reaction Theatre includes the best songs fans submitted throughout the year as the gang reflects on the very memorable 2021 NASCAR season.

Dec 21, 2021
237 – Phoenix II with Daniel Hemric & Ben Rhodes: Champions

On the 2021 season finale, T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft and Brett Griffin are back from NASCAR Championship Weekend at Phoenix Raceway with plenty to say. Along with co-host Hannah Newhouse, they discuss how each title race played out and chat with two new champions – Xfinity Series winner Daniel Hemric and the Truck Series’ Ben Rhodes.

Freddie’s season with Bubba Wallace faced an early end after a wreck on Lap 8 during Sunday’s race. Hear from Freddie about how the No. 23 ended up being collateral damage. Then, the gang starts with the Truck Series championship race and John Hunter Nemechek’s defeat. Hear about the No. 4 truck’s early mistake, questionable decision making later in the race and what this loss may teach Nemechek.

The Cup Series championship ultimately was decided by a late caution that brought all four title contenders down pit road. Should a caution have been called for the debris from David Starr’s car? How would have the race played out if it stayed green? What do the guys think about a pit stop ultimately determining the champion? They share their thoughts on how everything unfolded and provide insight on an industry secret concerning lug nuts. Plus, they discuss how Kyle Larson ultimately pulled off the biggest victory of his career.

Each series’ champion is decided by the season finale each season. Is that the best way to determine who the sport awards the title of champion? The guys debate the idea of a single race championship and propose alternate ideas on how to determine the top team after an entire season.

Tony Stewart called Kyle Larson the best race car driver he has ever seen after Larson’s dominant season. The guys discuss the impressive list of accomplishments Larson achieved this year to earn that kudos and what it means coming from Stewart.

Sunday marked the final race in the Gen 6 car era of the Cup Series. Find out what Denny Hamlin’s crew chief Chris Gabehart had to say about the artistry of the sport dying with this car and why it has the guys sad to see it go.

NASCAR President Steve Phelps said that fans who prefer a higher horsepower aero package are a “vocal minority” and that the data suggests “we have better racing right now than we’ve had arguably ever.” Does the crew agree with those bold statements? They dissect his comments and the direction NASCAR is headed in with its on-track product.

Ryan Newman raised safety concerns about the Next Gen car at Phoenix and it surfaces a broader concern for the group regarding driver representation in the sport. Hear why they think if the new car is any less safe than the current car, it’s unacceptable. Plus, they share why drivers need to have a seat at the table when NASCAR makes big decisions.

Next, Daniel Hemric joins the show to talk all about winning his first career NASCAR race and championship all on the same night. Hear about his celebrations from the past few days, his mindset making a Dale Earnhardt-esque move on Austin Cindric at the line, and the bet he helped Bubba Wallace win with Michael Jordan.

From one champion to the next, Truck Series’ title winner Ben Rhodes joins next. He shares about how he made the right moves to secure the title, what he remembers about his legendary alcohol-influenced post-race press conference, and how getting rid of T.J. as his spotter elevated his performance.

In Reaction Theatre, T.J. reveals his 2022 spotting plans, a Fireball challenge is proposed, Hamlin’s haters weigh in, and the highlights from one intoxicated press conference are played.

Lastly, a surprise to end the season as the inaugural DBC Year End Awards are presented by the boss, Mike Davis. Find out what critically acclaimed honors the gang earned in 2021 as they reflect back on some of the season’s best moments.

Nov 11, 2021
236 – Martinsville II with Jeff Gluck: Everyone Went Nuts

A tripleheader race weekend at Martinsville Speedway set the stage for NASCAR Championship Weekend. Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft, and special guest Jeff Gluck of The Athletic return from Virginia to react to a wild two days of action.

They begin by sharing their instant thoughts on how the NASCAR Cup Series race on Sunday unfolded, including debating what served as the spark to the dramatic final 50 laps. T.J. shares the intensity that Brad Keselowski faced throughout the race and especially in the closing laps when he could sniff the win that would earn him a Championship 4 spot.

Multiple instances of brake-checking occurred at Martinsville, including between Keselowski and Chase Elliott as they raced for third late in the day. Hear what events led up to the contact that sent the No. 9 car around as the event neared its finish.

Then with 5 laps remaining, Alex Bowman spun leader Denny Hamlin as they fought for the top spot. Hear what the gang thinks of Bowman’s move, whether it was warranted and what it says about racing with respect. Was it a cheap shot or just hard racing? Then the non-playoff vs playoff driver debate resurfaces and the guys share what they believe has changed in the driver’s minds.

After taking the checkered flag, Bowman returned to the frontstretch to celebrate where he was met by an angry No. 11 car. The crew reacts to Hamlin’s actions on the track, the double-birds he displayed to Bowman and the choice words he had for the winner afterwards. Were his comments justified? Hear what the table thinks and what it means moving forward.

Now the Cup Series title race will come down to a battle between Hendrick Motorsports and Joe Gibbs Racing. Is this best for the sport? Who has the upper hand? How will it play out? The gang engages in a lively debate about what to expect in the season finale. Plus, hear their thoughts about if Martinsville could ever host the title race.

The Xfinity Series race featured its share of action as its Championship 4 was determined. The always spicy Ty Gibbs had harsh comments for eventual winner Noah Gragson after contact sent the No. 54 car around. Find out what the guys think Gibbs lacks and why it has been impacting his performance throughout the season.

A decision to stay out during Saturday night’s race placed the slower car of Spencer Boyd right in the middle of the playoff mix. The group doesn’t hold back airing their feelings about a car that typically runs in the back being a moving chicane at the front of the field as drivers raced for their seasons.

Similar comments are shared when discussing the Truck Series race and how Austin Wayne Self nearly cost John Hunter Nemechek a shot at the championship. Find out whether the guys believe what he said afterwards and how the series has completely lost its respect. Plus, is it time for NASCAR to step in?

Before Reaction Theatre, the DBC crew and listeners gets a sneak peek of a brand-new podcast coming soon to Dirty Mo Media.

In Reaction Theatre, the fans are fired up after the ending of Sunday’s race. Hear what they have to say to Denny Hamlin and then what the gang thinks about Hamlin’s more unfiltered approach to life.

The crew then makes championship picks for each of the three title races this weekend at Phoenix Raceway. They dissect what to look for in each event and breakdown the opportunities that the drivers fighting for the title will battle for.

Then Gluck answers questions from the guys before leaving, including his thoughts on what transpired this season, the reaction to his column contrasting NASCAR and Formula 1, and what’s next for him.

Nov 02, 2021
235 – Kansas II: Feeling Entitled

The Bojangles Studio is full again as the trio of spotters is back together after race weekend at Kansas Speedway. Freddie Kraft, Brett Griffin and T.J. Majors didn’t blow away while in Kansas and are here to cover storylines from the weekend of racing, spanning NASCAR and Formula 1.

Windy conditions provided a challenge for NASCAR Cup Series drivers on Sunday. Hear from those who stood on the roof how windy it actually was and the impact it had on the cars throughout the race. As the championship approaches, aggressive driving is on the rise. The spotters describe what they noticed this weekend and why drivers are letting it all hang out.

Kyle Busch directed his seemingly weekly frustration on the radio towards Bubba Wallace this week. Wallace’s spotter Freddie fills us in on the battle the two Toyota teammates had for 10th and why he doesn’t agree with Busch calling out the No. 23 for how they raced each other.

Ryan Blaney blamed Austin Dillon for wiping him out late in Sunday’s race as Blaney maintained a comfortable playoff standings position. Find out whether the crew agrees with Blaney’s assessment of the accident and why playoff drivers feel entitled when racing around non-title contenders. Now heading to Martinsville Speedway for the Round of 8 elimination race, hear who the guys expect to earn the remaining three spots in the Championship 4 and just how close the battle will be.

The Cup race at Kansas and the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix in Austin went head-to-head on Sunday afternoon. After much comparison between the two forms of motorsports over the weekend, listen for the table's take on whether or not the events should have run at the same time. Plus, hear their reaction to the culture F1 has created at its events and why it attracted a record-setting crowd.

JR Motorsports’ Sam Mayer took out playoff contenders Harrison Burton and Mayer’s teammate Noah Gragson in Saturday’s Xfinity Series race. Mayer, who is not in title contention, expressed remorse afterwards but the guys discuss his actions that ultimately may cost both playoff drivers an opportunity to make the championship race.

Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch made comments regarding Cup Series race attendance ahead of Kansas, saying they would like track promoters to do a better job and that recent crowds have been unacceptable. The gang debates whether the drivers are right and what needs to happen to bring more people to the race track.

In Reaction Theatre, there’s an F1 invasion, a figure skating discussion, news of a spotter swap and why drivers can’t race nice anymore.

Then, Freddie shares insight after attending the Charlotte ROVAL Next Gen test. Plus, the guys talk if every team that currently owns a charter actually deserves it.

Oct 25, 2021
234 – Texas: Bad Blood

Only three races remain in the NASCAR season. Spotters T.J. Majors and Brett Griffin are in the Bojangles Studio to breakdown the weekend of action from Texas Motor Speedway. Hear the guys react to the (too?) long 500-mile afternoon in the Lone Star State, how absent Freddie Kraft’s driver Bubba Wallace contributed to the attrition of the race and where a strong day leads Brad Keselowski and TJ in the playoff standings.

The gang then dives into the continued Kevin Harvick vs Chase Elliott feud. NASCAR spoke to both parties involved last week, warning of serious consequences if their battle continued. Did both drivers abide by that? Should NASCAR be stepping in like this? The guys answer these questions and hear what Harvick said about Elliott post-race on Sunday.

Kyle Busch was not very happy with his performance at Texas, vocally complaining about the racing over the radio. He went as far as sharing NASCAR Executive Vice President Steve O’Donnell’s email over his radio. Find out what the crew thinks about Busch doing this and what repercussions it might have.

Denny Hamlin and Chase Briscoe exchanged heated comments during Sunday’s race, as contact between the two cut Briscoe’s tire down. Hamlin wasn’t very happy with how he was raced and delivered a fiery jab over the radio. Hear what he said and how their incident from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course race continues to linger.

Following the race, Kyle Busch was asked about the lack of respect on the race track. Busch didn’t hold back in his response, sharing how he believes the younger drivers have negatively impacted the respect shared among competitors. Do the spotters see the same thing in the NASCAR Cup Series? They explain.

During last week’s Next Gen test at the Charlotte Motor Speedway ROVAL, NASCAR confirmed the 2022 aero package. Does the gang agree with even lower horsepower next year? Their responses may surprise you.

NASCAR President Steve Phelps gave strong praise for the Next Gen car last week, saying it will cure-all that currently ails NASCAR. Hear what the guys have to say about that comment and whether or not they think it will happen.

The pre-race drivers meeting is likely an event of the past moving into 2022 and the table believes that is not a good decision. Listen to why the drivers meeting has served a very valuable purpose previously, even if it’s not competition-related.

Charter talk heated up again this week as 23XI Racing’s deal for a second charter fell through. Hear what that says about the current market and how this may impact teams next season. Plus, hear what the spotters would like to see happen to open up the field to more competitors.

In Reaction Theatre, Brett is accused of bias, the guys get into a faster car or fastest driver debate, TJ is warned ahead of Kansas and a sleep aid commercial makes its debut.

Oct 18, 2021
233 – Charlotte ROVAL: Karma 0, Paranoia 1

Another dramatic NASCAR Cup Series elimination playoff race has the spotters fired up after race weekend at the Charlotte Motor Speedway ROVAL. Brett Griffin and T.J. Majors are in the Bojangles Studio, while Freddie Kraft calls into the show from the Next Gen test at Charlotte Monday morning.

Now that the Round of 8 is set, T.J. talks advancing with Brad Keselowski further than most expected and how the No. 2 team overcame multiple spins on Sunday. Looking ahead to the next three races, Brett asks T.J. to honestly assess the team’s opportunity to advance. Hear who may be favorited moving into the final four races and why there’s no room for error.

Kevin Harvick dished payback to Chase Elliott mid-race at the ROVAL, sending Elliott into the Turn 7 wall. The spotters share their initial reactions to the incident, how the fans reacted and the No. 9 team’s ability to stay on the lead lap. Then as Elliott closed back in on Harvick, Harvick made a mistake that eliminated him from the playoffs. Hear the guys talk about how his plan completely backfired.

After the first incident, the No. 9 team suffered major rear end damage. The bumper cover then hung off the car for numerous laps before flying off to bring out a debris caution. Why didn’t Elliott get the black flag like NASCAR has done to drivers with loose bumper covers in the past? The crew dissects that call and the tweet that the main NASCAR account sent and later deleted after the yellow flag.

Rick Hendrick suggested post-race that NASCAR should now intervene between Elliott and Harvick. Do the spotters agree? They debate and tell us whether they think this rivalry is over, or just getting good. Plus, they predict what to expect between the two in the Round of 8.

As William Byron fought for his playoff life late in the race, Tyler Reddick may have had a hand in costing Byron a shot at the win. Hear what the gang says about how the two raced each other. Martin Truex Jr. hung onto his final playoff spot by a thread late in the going after being spun by Joey Hand, who was making his NASCAR debut. Should drivers be able to make their first start in the playoffs? Hear what the guys have to say.

Then the crew reacts to Graham Rahal’s tweet about the idea of playoffs in racing versus a season-long championship format. Which is better? Why does NASCAR do playoffs? The guys share some insight.

In Reaction Theatre, Kevin Harvick receives no love, someone dares to give Elliott a bold nickname and Christmas caroling starts early.

Then, the team makes Championship 4 predictions for both the NASCAR Cup and Xfinity Series heading into the first race of the Round of 8 at Texas Motor Speedway. Plus, hear what experiment Texas is trying in its playoff races this weekend. And is a fan favorite race track coming back to life? Brett has some details.

Oct 11, 2021
232 – Talladega II: A Dream Come True

The celebration is on as Bubba Wallace and Freddie Kraft won their first career NASCAR Cup Series race on Monday afternoon at Talladega Superspeedway! Freddie has survived the ongoing celebrations and is coherent enough to talk us through one of the biggest days in his career. Plus, Brett Griffin and T.J. Majors are back from Alabama too and share their takes on the tripleheader of racing.

After a special entrance into the Bojangles Studio, Freddie is surprised by his friends and family leaving heartfelt congratulations messages for him to celebrate the big win. After shedding a few tears, the guys breakdown how the No. 23 team won that race. With rain approaching in Monday’s postponed Cup Series race, every lap could have been the last one. T.J. explains what he was telling Brad Keselowski as he battled up front and Freddie shares the details behind the information he relayed to Wallace. Find out how each of them felt about the winning block that the No. 23 car made to seal the deal. Then, we hear about some of the shenanigans from the party that ensued afterwards.

History was made at Talladega all weekend long, including each race producing a first-time winner. Hear how the guys felt about the Truck Series finish. Plus, find out what Talladega track president Brian Circhton said to the fans about what a winning vehicle at Talladega should look like.

Saturday’s Xfinity Series race was called early due to darkness. How did that happen? Who was responsible for the deciding the start time? What can be done differently to avoid that in the future? And who was technically leading at the time of caution? Get these answers from the crew.

Despite a break in weather late Sunday afternoon at Talladega, no attempt was made to run the race due to NASCAR’s policy of only starting a race if the full distance can be run. Is it time to revisit that policy? Hear the guys explain their ideas on what can be done to get as much of the race in as possible on Sunday.

The Charlotte Motor Speedway ROVAL is next on the schedule and playoff eliminations loom. The gang dives into the points drama heading into the Round of 12 finale. Find out what drivers fighting for their championship hopes might have to do on Sunday to stay alive and why it could be chaos.

Jimmie Johnson is completing a rookie test as he eyes an Indianapolis 500 start next season. Should the seven-time NASCAR champion attempt to compete in such a dangerous race this late into his career? The guys weigh in.

A race winning edition of Reaction Theatre did not disappoint this week. Calls include one from Brett’s fan club, another Cup spotter giving Freddie’s babysitters advice, and a new song from our friend Jeb. Plus, the fans are pumped up after seeing Freddie and Bubba win. Lastly, a rap blows the gang away.

Stay tuned for later in the show when Brett makes a big announcement.

Oct 06, 2021
231 – Chris Lambert: Being Held Accountable

A tripleheader of NASCAR Playoffs racing is in the books from Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Freddie Kraft returns from out west along with special guest, Cup race winning spotter Chris Lambert to breakdown all that unfolded from the weekend.

First, learn about Lambert’s background, how he took T.J. Majors’ job back in the day and his path to working with Denny Hamlin for the last decade. Plus, hear his take on why Sunday’s race at Las Vegas was such an important one to win.

Drama from Las Vegas started early as the Truck Series put on a show. Hear the gang react to Sheldon Creed and Chandler Smith’s crash and Creed saying he throttled up when the caution was displayed. NASCAR penalized Carson Hocevar later in the race for intentionally spinning to bring out a caution. Does this set a new precedent for penalties? The gang weighs in.

Daniel Hemric announced he’s headed to Kaulig Racing next year, on the same weekend where he became the driver with the most top-five finishes to never win a race in NASCAR history. Lambert shares his opinion on Hemric’s career and what he may lack compared to his competition.

On Sunday, Hendrick Motorsports looked primed for another standout performance. However, they may have shot themselves in the foot with pit strategy. Hear how they cost themselves the race and why it didn’t faze the No. 11 team one bit.

Kyle Busch was among the many drivers vocal about lapped cars on the radio during the Cup Series race. Hear Freddie explain why the problem isn’t getting any better and there’s again one team at the center of it. Lambert weighs in and discusses how much of an issue the slow cars have become.

Hamlin’s victory earns him a spot in the Round of 8 where he will look to make the Championship 4 for the second consecutive year. Is Hamlin better prepared for a title fight this year compared to last? His spotter tells us about the position the No. 11 team’s in and what Hamlin does that could make the difference.

Kevin Harvick didn’t stop playing head games with Chase Elliott at Las Vegas. Hear what Harvick compared Elliott to and why it undoubtedly will have Elliott think twice while racing around the No. 4 car.

Reports of what practice and qualifying will look like in 2022 surfaced last week and it has the crew concerned about how it will translate to the on-track product. Hear what to expect and some insight from the Next Gen test at Daytona.

In Reaction Theatre, DBC goes international with callers from across the pond, fans are still mad at Kevin Harvick, and Casey Boat is welcomed back with a nice message and a new song.

Sep 27, 2021
230 – Bristol II: Let ‘Em Talk

Bristol Motor Speedway delivered a thrilling weekend of playoff racing and spotters TJ Majors, Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft are in the Bojangles Studio to react to everything that went down under the lights.

With tempers flaring and multiple heated arguments post-race, the crew has plenty to talk about after the first round of the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs concluded. Shades of old Bristol showed throughout the tripleheader of races at the iconic short track and the guys discuss why that was and what to expect moving forward.

Given the exciting racing on the concrete surface, many asked if it is still necessary to run the spring Bristol race weekend on dirt. Hear the spotters weigh in and what they wish to do instead of taking away a concrete surface Bristol race.

As the intensity picked up late in the event on Saturday night, many playoff contenders suffered cut tires that jeopardized their chance at the championship. Hear how they recovered and what is expected to happen in similar situations with the Next Gen car.

Chase Elliott was among those who suffered from a cut tire and he showed his frustration by taking a swipe at race leader Kevin Harvick later in the race. That then led to Elliott maintaining his line as a lapped car in front of Harvick for the remainder of the night as Elliott’s teammate Kyle Larson drove by to win. This then sparked their heated confrontation post-race.

The spotters break down the situation from both sides, provide insight from Harvick’s manger Josh Jones who was in the middle of it all and share what they think might happen moving forward. They are also joined by Associated Press motorsports journalist Jenna Fryer to discuss what happened when Kevin Harvick and others told a media member to stop filming the conversation.

Friday night’s Xfinity Series race delivered plenty of drama too, as leaders AJ Allmendinger and Austin Cindric crashed while crossing the finish line. The guys discuss the incident and how the regular season championship came to be decided in dramatic fashion.

In the Truck Series race, Chandler Smith’s pass on Sheldon Creed for the win fueled a fiery debate. Hear what the gang thinks about Smith’s move and how he passed his teammate John Hunter Nemechek a few laps later.

The 2022 Cup Series schedule was released last week and the spotters analyze the major changes coming next season. Hear their opinions on the Clash at the LA Coliseum, racing on Easter Sunday, one off-week the entire year, Pocono losing its doubleheader, Gateway’s Cup date, and Homestead returning to the playoffs.

Then in Reaction Theatre, fans are fired up discussing Kevin Harvick leaving his helmet on, other people getting in the way of the drivers post-race, Chase Elliott’s repeat offenses, plus two new songs.

Sep 20, 2021
229 – Richmond II: Fueled by Fireball

Richmond Raceway hosted Week 2 of the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs over the weekend and Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft return to cover all that went down on the short track.

The gang starts by discussing the special patriotic tributes performed by the track as Saturday’s races fell on the 20th anniversary of 9/11. Then they debate the quality of the race, as Brett challenges producer Jason Schultz’s tweet from Saturday night. Plus, hear what the spotters thought when Kurt Busch’s early race wreck resembled Jerry Nadeau’s from the early 2000s at Richmond.

Before spot on, spot off begins – the spotters open the liquid courage that presenting sponsor Offerpad delivered for the show. And the ensuing conversations do not disappoint.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. returned behind the wheel in the Xfinity Series race at Richmond and T.J. paired up with his former driver once again. Hear what T.J. thought when Dale yelled at him for providing lap times and how he responded to the advice T.J. shared leading into the race.

Martin Truex Jr.’s race started rough as he was penalized for beating pole sitter Denny Hamlin to the line. Post-race, Truex questioned what his response should have been to avoid the penalty. The spotters weigh in on what needs to happen in that situation for drivers to not have to give up position.

Joe Gibbs Racing has started the playoffs strong with two consecutive victories. The crew analyzes why they were so good on Saturday night and their outlook heading into the remaining post-season races. Will they present a challenge to Hendrick Motorsports moving forward? The crew debates.

After this weekend’s race at Bristol Motor Speedway, four drivers will be eliminated from championship contention. Who’s in trouble? What needs to happen for teams to advance through the first elimination race? Who will make it? The spotters share their opinions.

With the 2022 NASCAR schedule expected to be released this week, the guys share rumors they’re hearing. Plus, they discuss whether any track on the schedule deserves more than one date.

In Reaction Theatre, hear T.J. respond to getting called out by Dale Jr., what fans thought about the quality of Saturday night’s race, and more.

Sep 13, 2021
228 – Darlington II: What Could Go Wrong?

The first race of the 2021 NASCAR Playoffs is complete after an action-packed weekend of racing at Darlington Raceway. T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft and Brett Griffin are in studio to react to all that played out in the tripleheader at “The Lady in Black.”

It was a big weekend for Door Bumper Clear’s presenting sponsor Offerpad as Denny Hamlin wheeled his No. 11 Offerpad Toyota to Victory Lane. The gang discusses Hamlin’s first win of the season and where his Southern 500 triumph stacks him up in NASCAR Hall of Fame pecking order.

Kyle Busch had an eventful Sunday night as he wrecked early, drove too fast into the garage and gave a fiery interview after retiring from the event. The crew analyzes the fine he received and his comments about his car and team, and their preparation for each race.

A last corner Hail Mary nearly worked out in second-place finisher Kyle Larson’s favor in the Southern 500. How did the guys react to that move and Larson coming up short? They share their thoughts and who was probably angry after seeing it happen.

Derek Kraus isn’t making too many friends on the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series circuit this season. An incident with Lawless Alan led to some harsh comments from Alan and Niece Motorsports’ Twitter account. Kraus’ spotter Freddie is open and honest, explaining his feelings about Kraus’ unnecessary aggressiveness this year.

NASCAR is reportedly moving the season-opening exhibition race, the Clash, to the Los Angeles Coliseum. Where did this idea come from and is it something the spotters support? They analyze the move and what it means for the teams heading into next season.

Kyle Busch voiced his displeasure about the direction the Next Gen car is taking the sport in 2022. Hear what the gang has to say about the overall direction NASCAR is moving towards with the new car and the unknown’s teams are discovering as they begin testing multiple cars together.

In Reaction Theatre, Casey gets a call after her daughter’s first birthday party, T.J. gets his colonoscopy results and a drunk fan calls in from the grandstands at Darlington.

Then heading into Richmond Raceway, T.J. talks about getting back together with Dale Earnhardt Jr. in Saturday’s Xfinity Series race as Dale Jr. climbs back behind the wheel.

Sep 08, 2021
227 – Daytona II: Driving Like Maniacs

A wild conclusion to the NASCAR Cup Series regular season at Daytona International Speedway has the spotters fired up with much to say. Freddie Kraft, Brett Griffin and T.J. Majors relieve their nights at Daytona and react to all that played out through an intense race.

Bubba Wallace and Freddie came up one position shy of a victory that would have earned the No. 23 team a playoff spot. Learn what Freddie instructed Bubba to do when the last lap crash broke out and why this second-place finish is nothing to celebrate.

Brad Keselowski and T.J., and Kaz Grala and Brett fell victim to the same accident on Lap 158. Hear about the incoming missiles that took the No. 2 car out and why Grala came storming in there, landing a hard hit on Kyle Busch.

After the wreck, Busch had some strong words about what the racing product produces at superspeedway tracks. Hear the spotters take on his opinion, why drivers race like maniacs in these events and dislike it so much.

As the race neared the finish, manufacturer teamwork was setting up to determine the outcome. After the Ford cars pit early in Stage 3, the Chevrolets and Toyotas didn’t pit in time before an accident involving three of the four Rick Ware Racing cars brought out a caution. The crew reacts to the cause of the wreck and how it impacted the finish.

Prior to that yellow flag, Bubba Wallace grew frustrated over being passed by his corporate Toyota teammates after they drafted together to the lead. Freddie explains why it made him so mad that he yelled at Brett and why the Toyota camp can't seem to work together as well as the Fords.

The NASCAR Playoffs begin this weekend at Darlington Raceway. Tyler Reddick secured the final spot but the spotters thought he was doing everything to lose it on Saturday night. They discuss his aggressive driving style and how he handles mistakes.

Kevin Harvick is in the playoffs once again but now sits last on the playoff grid. How did he fall so far from being the championship favorite last season? The gang shares what has happened at Stewart-Haas Racing. Plus, they debate what to expect from the first round of the post-season and who may be eliminated early.

After 23XI Racing revealed Kurt Busch will join the team in 2022, the car unveiled featured a number pushed forward from its current position. NASCAR then confirmed the new number placement for 2022. Was this unconventional way of making a significant shift in the sport the right way to go about the news? The crew debates and shares their thoughts on the new Cup car number spot.

In Reaction Theatre, someone said hold my beer, T.J. looks for an invisible car, Chase Elliott receives zero love and Brett tells us who’s hot.

Later in What an Idiot, find out who may have cost themselves their best shot at a victory in their career.

Aug 30, 2021
226 – Michigan: Fired & Hired

Michigan International Speedway race weekend is in the books and T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft and Brett Griffin are back with lots to share after a newsy week. A spotter swap at Team Penske shifted TJ from the No. 22 team of Joey Logano to his longtime friend Brad Keselowski’s No. 2 team. T.J. tells all about why the decision was made and how it impacts his future.

The gang fills in the listeners about a meeting with NASCAR that took place at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Hear how the show made history and what impact it has moving forward. Before jumping into the Cup Series race, the guys talk the lights going out for the Truck Series race at Gateway and A.J. Allmendinger’s career progression and his reconciliation with Brett.

Corey LaJoie was forced to sit out Michigan after a close contact tested positive for COVID. Hear what made his situation unique and what it says about NASCAR’s health and safety protocols moving forward. How should teams and playoff drivers react? Should NASCAR follow other major sports leagues with weekly testing? The table weighs in.

Glimpses of the old Michigan delighted the spotters over the weekend as the resin traction compound allowed for multi-groove racing. Hear how the spotters felt about the track conditions and the quality of racing the surface produced.

Contact between Brad Keselowski and Austin Dillon crossing the finish line for Stage 2 sent the No. 3 car into the wall, ending his promising day. T.J. tells us what happened from Keselowski’s perspective.

With drafting in full effect on Sunday, Hendrick Motorsports teammates Kyle Larson and William Byron were in assist mode up front. However, did their instance on working together cost them the race? The crew debates on what the best strategy was for those trying to make passes for the lead and how Ryan Blaney ultimately outdid them all.

Heading into the regular season finale at Daytona International Speedway, its anyone’s game to win and secure a playoff berth from outside the top-16 in points. Hear what the spotters think is the best approach to take heading into Saturday night and which drivers to watch out for.

In Reaction Theatre, fans overwhelm T.J. with so many congratulations, inquire about his blocking teachings and ask Freddie how the No. 23 got upside down.

Aug 23, 2021
225 – Indianapolis: Curb Your Enthusiasm

Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft are back from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course and its inaugural NASCAR Cup Series race with plenty to discuss. Brett came home a winner as a chaotic finish allowed AJ Allmendinger to capitalize for his second career Cup victory. Hear Brett detail how the road course ace put himself in position to win and what the first Cup triumph means for Kaulig Racing.

While Allmendinger and Brett celebrated, the rest of the crew fell victim to the troublesome curb in Turn 6. T.J. shares what happened to Joey Logano as he smashed into the tire barriers while running near the front when the curb came up. Freddie explains his feelings towards the penalty Bubba Wallace received for avoiding the remaining “ramp” in the Turn 6 chicane during Overtime.

After multiple cars hit the orange turtle in Turn 6 during the first lap of Saturday’s Xfinity Series race, the track removed the turtle ahead of Sunday’s event. Was that the right call? Or did it invite drivers to push the limits of that corner even more? The guys debate.

Curbs became part of the story again in the Cup Series race as Turn 6 proved troublesome throughout the event. On a late restart, disaster struck as the curb shredded cars and caused a major pileup at the front of the field. Should NASCAR have thrown a yellow flag the lap prior? How can this situation be fixed? The crew weighs these questions after the costly mistake.

The final restart created more drama as Denny Hamlin and Chase Briscoe went head-to-head into the first corner. As Briscoe was forced wide, Hamlin secured the lead. However, Briscoe cut back across the grass onto the track and was penalized. He then spun leader Hamlin and both cars were then out of contention. The gang discusses whether Briscoe knew about the penalty or not and whether taking out Hamlin was a clean or dirty move.

Due to the event running long, the broadcast shifted from NBC to NBC Sports Network. Why did that need to happen? The guys explain the decision making behind the move.

The charter market remains hot and the latest rumors involve 23XI Racing and Front Row Motorsports. Could a deal be in the works for 23XI to secure more charters? Hear a few theories on the next silly season dominos to fall.

In Reaction Theatre, fans let it all out in response to the curb chaos, big wrecks, Briscoe spinning Hamlin and much more. Plus, was that Toby Keith who called in and played a song?

The guys also discuss other on track problems from Sunday including a car oiling down the entire surface and a safety truck on track during qualifying. As the playoffs approach, Richard Childress Racing’s two cars are battling for the final spot. The guys discuss how they expect the teammates to race each other in the coming weeks.

Aug 17, 2021
224 - Watkins Glen: Balls to the Wall

Summer vacation has concluded and Door Bumper Clear returns after race weekend at Watkins Glen International. Brett Griffin joined Freddie Kraft as co-spotters at the road course and they share their experience, including the story of Freddie’s new nickname. T.J. Majors and Joey Logano found themselves on the wrong end of teammate Brad Keselowski’s spin yesterday, hear what happened and how it impacted the No. 22 team’s day. After vacationing in the same place, Casey Boat and Brett ended up on a flight home together. You won’t want to miss their story on what went down.

The gang then gets into what happened in New York over the weekend, starting with their overall reaction to the quality of the racing and what type of track The Glen is turning into. While battling up front midway through the race, Kyle Larson spun Christopher Bell entering Turn 1. Find out how the guys reacted and what they thought should have happened.

On a quest for a Watkins Glen three-peat, Chase Elliott faced adversity from the start after failing pre-race inspection. Hear what concerning trend is developing in NASCAR regarding cheating and what the spotters think needs to happen to correct it.

With three races remaining in the regular season, Denny Hamlin and Larson are now tied for the points lead. Who has the upper hand? The crew debates this, plus whether Jimmie Johnson could have won seven titles with a different organization.

Ty Gibbs claimed another Xfinity Series road course victory on Saturday, giving the No. 54 team a fourth consecutive win. Is it the fast car or talented driver making the difference for this group? The guys weigh in with big differences of opinion.

Trackhouse Racing has tabbed Ross Chastain as its second driver for 2022. Was that the right play? Should they have targeted an A-level driver? Why is Justin Marks happy Chastain didn’t bring funding? These questions are posed by the panel as silly season continues to take shape.

After seeing a photo of Kyle Larson signing autographs post-race on Sunday, it spurred the question of what driver and fan interaction should look like heading into the playoffs. Hear what the spotters think about the risk competitors might be taking as they prepare for a championship run.

The Cup Series will compete on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course for the first time this weekend. Hear what problem the gang thinks this race highlights and whether they believe NASCAR still belongs at the famed track.

In Reaction Theatre, the fans bring the weird after the off-weekends and another song gets knocked out of the park. In What an Idiot, hear about the day of an intern turned driver in the Xfinity Series race.

Aug 09, 2021
223 – Allen Bestwick: Never Say Never

Freddie Kraft, T.J. Majors and Jason Schultz are in studio after a wild and wet Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and a hot week of silly season news. Plus, fresh off the Superstar Racing Experience season finale at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway – legendary racing broadcaster Allen Bestwick joins the show.

Freddie and T.J. made it through the rain and darkness in New England to share their reaction to the events that went down in the NASCAR Cup Series race. Hear what they were feeling on the roof and what their drivers were reporting in the cars when NASCAR decided to start the race under a heavy mist condition.

Then, when the track became too wet and Kyle Busch, Martin Truex Jr., Denny Hamlin, and others slid sideways into Turns 1 and 2, find out how they reacted and how they navigated their drivers through the treacherous conditions. What decision making broke down to allow the field to race into the wet corners? What could be done differently to prevent a similar situation in the future? The spotters weigh in.

After crashing, Kyle Busch gave the pace car a few bumps to show his displeasure at the officiating. Hear what T.J. and Freddie thought when they saw that happen and they share whether or not they believe Busch will be penalized.

A last-minute decision to not apply traction compound to New Hampshire’s surface impacted a lot of teams plans on Friday night. Hear why that was and how everyone felt about the racing without the added substance on the track.

Contact between Ryan Newman and Quin Houff sent the No. 00 spinning into Turn 3. Hear what harsh words Houff had for Newman afterwards and whether the crew thinks Newman did it intentionally.

NASCAR called the race approximately eight laps early due to darkness. The spotters share whether they thought the race could go the distance and how truly dark it was at the time. Plus, they address NASCAR making the call to decide when to display 10 laps to go anytime in the final stage.

Harrison Burton was named as Wood Brothers Racing’s next driver last week, as he replaces Matt DiBenedetto. Hear how DiBenedetto expressed his frustration with the situation in a video later that day and why the guys are confused that he was surprised to hear this decision.

Team Penske named Austin Cindric the driver of the iconic No. 2 car beginning next season, officially placing Brad Keselowski in the free agent market. Find out what Keselowski asked for in contract negations and what news is expected to drop regarding his future this week.

Next, Allen Bestwick joins the show after his return to motorsports broadcasting this summer on tour with SRX. Hear about his beginnings behind the microphone, how an early connection in racing ultimately led to the SRX gig and what approach the broadcast crew took in this new venture.

He shares about the all-access experience SRX showcased, unique broadcast elements they incorporated and what the future holds for the series.

Then, he talks big NASCAR moments he was a part of including the 2001 July Daytona race and memories working closely with Benny Parsons.

In Reaction Theatre, a Larry McReynolds impersonator calls in, fans are angry with the No. 22 team, and now callers are leaving song requests.

Then the gang shares their plans for NASCAR’s summer break.

Jul 19, 2021
222 – Atlanta II: Cry Me a River

A big week of news accompanied by outspoken driver comments brings the crew to the studio after races at Atlanta Motor Speedway and Knoxville Raceway. T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft react to what they saw on the race track and heard off the track, and explain the impact it had on NASCAR.

The weekend started off with drama on the dirt at Knoxville as the Truck Series’ inaugural event at the famed track didn’t go so smooth. Hear from Hailie Deegan’s spotter T.J. about what he saw at the event, both good and bad. He, Brett and Freddie share what changes they hope the event adopts to avoid similar conditions and results if the race returns in 2022.

Atlanta Motor Speedway announced a track repave and reconfiguration last week leading into its doubleheader weekend. The news was met with sharp criticism from drivers who said they were never asked for input. This proved to be a tipping point of frustration among the field as numerous drivers were outspoken about the track changes over the weekend. Hear what drivers including Denny Hamlin and Kevin Harvick had to say. Plus, the gang analyzes Speedway Motorsports Inc.’s decision-making and what the future Atlanta will look like.

Rumors regarding Next Gen car safety concerns surfaced on social media last week and were then discussed further in detail among drivers Sunday at Atlanta. Hear what Denny Hamlin is encouraging other drivers to do upon hearing initial safety feedback from crash tests and what one spotter believes will happen with the car upon its rollout next season.

Kurt Busch may have received a little assistance from his teammate Ross Chastain in making the winning pass by brother Kyle Busch in Sunday’s Cup race at Atlanta. While the elder Busch thanked his teammate post-race, the younger brother voiced frustration about the outcome. The crew reacts to what Kyle said about Chastain and the role of teammates in late-race situations.

After the Knoxville Truck Series race, concerns about the lack of respect among series competitors became a topic of conversation. Find out what drivers were saying post-race about the product, what’s causing such aggressive racing, and what the spotters think could aid the series.

Daniel Hemric again looked to be in a perfect position to win his first career NASCAR race on Saturday before contact with teammate Kyle Busch took him out of contention. Hear what the gang thinks happened and when Hemric’s time will come. Plus, get their reaction to Kyle Weatherman staying out and inheriting the lead on a late restart and crashing before getting to Turn 1.

As the Playoffs approach, most Ford teams in the Cup Series seem to be struggling. Brett asks T.J. what he thinks is going on and why Ford may be at a disadvantage. T.J. explains whether or not he thinks the camp can turn it around in time to compete for a title.

In Reaction Theatre, fans react to Knoxville, the Atlanta repave and blocking for a teammate late in the race. Plus, another song tells the story of an early wreck in the Cup race as well.

Stay tuned throughout the episode for more dominos that may be falling as the silly season picture heats up in the summer months.

Jul 12, 2021
221 – Road America: Shock the World

The NASCAR Cup Series raced at Road America in Elkhart Lake, WI, for the first time since 1956 this Fourth of July weekend and the spotters are back, full of cheese curds, and ready to react to the road course action. Hear first how Brett Griffin, Freddie Kraft and T.J. Majors celebrated the holiday upon arriving home last night and who may not be completely sober yet.

What was the culture like at the Wisconsin race track? The gang describes everything firsthand, from the people to the food, that makes Road America special. Then they talk about NASCAR’s Fourth of July traditions and whether or not the race should still be in Daytona Beach.

Sunday’s race started off with group qualifying controversy as not every driver posted a lap time due to Bubba Wallace stopping on course. The crew debates what the best qualifying format should be at road courses and the dangers of spotting at a place with blind spots.

The four-mile course often creates lengthy caution periods and it did so again on Sunday. Should every yellow flag last the length of a typical NFL halftime? The spotters weigh in and propose alternative ideas to prevent such long breaks in the action next time around.

Matt DiBenedetto and Austin Cindric raced hard for the lead in Stage 2, a notable battle given the fact that Cindric is set to replace DiBenedetto in the No. 21 seat next season. Hear the crew’s take on the battle and whether Cindric may be a candidate for another open ride in 2022.

A silly season bombshell dropped last week as Trackhouse Racing announced its purchase of the “not for sale” Chip Ganassi Racing NASCAR program. The table reacts to the major news and discusses Justin Marks’ business savvy, who may be losing their seat and which free agent is the most sought after for these new teams. Plus, thoughts on Dale Jr. saying that it may cost more to race in the Xfinity Series compared to the Cup Series next season.

In Reaction Theatre, Brett bonds with a fellow South Carolinian, the guys discuss the salute Natalie Decker received in the Xfinity Series race, an upcoming foot race is established and the spotters recall the time a fan made a notable gesture to them at Talladega.

Then, it’s off to Atlanta Motor Speedway. The gang talks expected hot temperatures, slick racing and what special opportunities Offerpad has planned for fans in attendance.

Jul 05, 2021
220 – Pocono: Winning Cures All

A packed doubleheader weekend at Pocono Raceway left plenty for spotters Freddie Kraft, T.J. Majors and Brett Griffin to unpack this week. Freddie, Bubba Wallace and 23XI Racing scored an organizational best fifth-place finish and Freddie tells us how they did it. T.J. describes an up and down couple days at the Tricky Triangle for Joey Logano. And Brett prepares for his trip to Road America for cheese curds and a return to the spotters stand.

Chevrolet has dominated through the first half of 2021. However, has their advantage run its course? Hear what had the industry talking after Nashville and how it may have impacted the manufacturers’ performance at Pocono.

Starting with Saturday’s Cup Series event, hear the crew’s take on Brad Keselowski’s contact with Cole Custer that turned the No. 41 into the wall. Who was at fault and what’s up with Custer’s sophomore slump after a playoff appearance last season?

Is a family feud brewing in the field? Hear what William Byron had to say about Ryan Blaney after the race and how Blaney responded on Twitter later that night. Kyle Larson was a corner away from his fourth consecutive Cup Series victory on Saturday before blowing a tire. The spotters react to the late turn of events that led to someone finally beating Larson.

Sunday’s Cup race turned into a fuel mileage dash to the finish. Hear how strategy helped Bubba Wallace score his top-five, what the crew believes went wrong for Denny Hamlin and Byron, and how in the world Kyle Busch pulled off the victory. Plus, the spotters talk the stress of managing the fuel mileage game.

With Wallace creeping back into the playoff picture, hear where the points shake out now with two months before the playoffs begin. Who should be worried? Who is coming on strong? The guys talk how Pocono changed things and why the race to the post-season is heating up.

John Hunter Nemechek took a bow after his Truck Series victory on Saturday, as he beat team owner Kyle Busch for the third time in five races. After taking a risk dropping back to trucks, the crew debates what Nemechek’s next career move might be.

Jeff Gordon is leaving FOX for a larger role with Hendrick Motorsports. Hear what the guys think this does to the FOX booth and how Gordon will impact HMS moving forward. Another major team move seems imminent as reports say Brad Keselowski to Roush Fenway Racing is a done deal. The gang reacts to that news and discusses who the next free agent might be.

In Reaction Theatre, all of Freddie and Bubba Wallace’s fans show up, the GOAT gets called out and a new song has everyone laughing. This week’s What an Idiot segment goes international and find out what happened after Alex Bowman ordered 48 tacos.

Jun 28, 2021
219 – Nashville: Long, Hot & Slick

A tripleheader at the recently reopened Nashville Superspeedway is in the books. T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft and Brett Griffin are in studio to react to all that went down in the Cup Series’ return to Music City. Plus, former NFL player Bernard Pollard Jr. joins the show after his first NASCAR experience at Nashville.

The combination of slick track conditions and an engine package with increased horsepower created a race that resembled old school NASCAR. Find out why the spotters left Nashville pleased with the on-track product. Plus, hear their impressions of the facility that hadn’t hosted a race in a decade.

While the racing exceeded expectations, concerns about traffic leading into the facility and long lines at concession stands were cause for concern. The guys share their thoughts on problems Nashville will have to fix before NACAR returns. Plus, hear Brett explain why its so important for tracks to provide the best fan experience possible right now as momentum is built.

Then the crew turns to the topics of the weekend, leading off with Chase Elliott’s spotter Eddie D’Hondt being reinstated and returning to the spotters stand. Silly season kicked off on Friday afternoon as Kaulig Racing announced it purchased two charters to start its Cup program. Hear details about the big news and how it impacts the rest of the field eyeing charters for 2022.

Bubba Wallace was not happy over the radio on Sunday after running over brake rotor parts that caused his tire to go down and turned the car around. His spotter Freddie tells us what happened and who was at fault for not seeing debris on the track before the No. 23 car hit it.

Confusion surrounding the choose rule caused panic on the spotters stand ahead of the Stage 3 restart in Sunday’s race. T.J. and Freddie explain what happened when NASCAR decided to restart the next lap after the front runners passed the choose zone.

Hendrick Motorsports hasn’t lost a Cup race in 41 days as Kyle Larson dominated the field once again at Nashville. The gang discusses Larson’s impressive feat, how he is putting himself in championship contention and whether they think anyone can beat him.

While Larson celebrated, five loose lug nuts led to a disqualification for his teammate Chase Elliott. The spotters explain how it was possible to have so many loose lug nuts and how teams typically game the system mid-race. Then the guy’s debate whether they would prefer a crew chief suspension or disqualification given the No. 9 team’s penalty.

A new manufacturer could be joining NASCAR in the near future. Hear which it may be and what it could mean for the sport in the coming years.

Bernard Pollard Jr. joins the show next and tells all about his first experience at a NASCAR race. He was named honorary starter for the Cup race but his fear of heights may have gotten the best of him. The guys banter with him about what they saw him do before the race started. Then, he talks his impressions of being at the track on race day, speaking with Mr. Hendrick and word of his NFL comeback.

In Reaction Theatre, T.J. hears the dumbest call ever, the guys feel sympathy for Quin Houff and a Ward Burton impersonation leads to a hilarious story between him and Freddie over the weekend.

Jun 21, 2021
218 – Doug Coby: Beating the Superstars

All-Star Race weekend at Texas Motor Speedway is in the books. T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft and Brett Griffin are back to react to the storylines from the weekend of racing. Hear about Freddie’s rough weekend on the track and how T.J. and Joey Logano fared in the race for a million dollars. Plus, inaugural Superstar Racing Experience race winner Doug Coby joins the show to talk about his triumph over some legends of the sport.

The gang jumps right into discussing how Sunday night’s NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Race unfolded. Was an aero package with less horsepower the best decision for the non-points event? Hear what the spotters have to say. Given the complicated format, find out what the teams and drivers were thinking as the event unfolded.

A no-cooler policy was in effect at Texas this weekend, despite the hottest weather conditions of the season so far. The gang tries to figure out why that’s in place and how it impacts the fans who sat in the stands during both days of racing.

The Superstar Racing Experience debuted at Stafford Motor Speedway on Saturday night. The crew shares their thoughts on the quality of racing, rules and the legendary names that returned to the track to put on a show for the fans.

NASCAR announced superspeedway rules package changes for the remaining races at Daytona and Talladega this season. Find out what spurred the changes, how the guys feel about them, and why it’s a complicated problem trying to select an aero package for superspeedway races.

Nashville Superspeedway will host NASCAR for the first time in a decade this weekend. The table discusses expectations heading to the concrete track and their plans for the weekend in Nashville.

Next, Doug Coby joins the show. He details how he landed the SRX opportunity, how much preparation the drivers had, and what it was like mingling among the big motorsports names in the days leading up to the event. Then he shares how his race went, how he fell off the car during the celebration, and what his life now looks like. Plus, he and Freddie go way back and Doug shares an epic story about what Freddie did in the middle of the night once.

In Reaction Theatre, everyone is getting called out. Danica Patrick, FOX, T.J., Freddie, etc. Hear why one fan is concerned that Kyle Larson is winning so much. T.J. then tells us what happened between Hailie Deegan and Matt Crafton during Saturday’s Truck Series race at Texas during What an Idiot.

Jun 14, 2021
217 - Best in the World

Fresh off a west coast trip and a combined four hours of sleep, T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft and Brett Griffin are in the house to react to the weekend of NASCAR road course racing at Sonoma and Mid-Ohio.

Hear how the No. 22 team’s tire gamble paid off for Joey Logano and T.J. late in the race on Sunday. Find out how Bubba Wallace and Freddie made a remarkable comeback from a disappointing start to the day. And Brett walks us through an eventful day for Jeb Burton at Mid-Ohio.

Late cautions at Sonoma Raceway created some controversy and the spotters react to some questionable decisions and moves made. Hear their take on Ross Chastain’s shortcut through Turn 11 after triggering a multi-car wreck. They discuss what happened and NASCAR’s decision to not penalize him. Later, Ryan Preece re-entered the track right into traffic after a spin. Find out what their spotters were saying during that incident as they try to figure out what Preece was doing.

During Saturday’s Xfinity Series race at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, non-competitive pit stops threw a wrench into strategy. A.J. Allmendinger was assessed a penalty for a pit stop that was too fast. Hear how that is possible and the confusing rules in place for the standalone Xfinity Series race.

After charging back through the field, a late restart opened a window for Allmendinger to take the leaders three-wide to capture the lead. It worked for the No. 16 team as they went onto to win, while Ty Gibbs and Austin Cindric struck out. Hear what Gibbs said about the move afterwards and how the guys reacted to what Allmendinger did.

NASCAR heads to Texas Motor Speedway for the All-Star Race this weekend. With the superspeedway aero package in place, the guys talk about what they expect to see. Plus, they hint at what the potential horsepower number may be for the Next Gen car in 2022.

The Superstar Racing Experience (SRX) debuts this Saturday night at Stafford Speedway. Hear what the crew thinks about the lineup of drivers, expectations for the series and how they seemingly are missing a key ingredient to growth.

In Reaction Theatre, multiple people are called out from the Xfinity Series race, a creative song is sung and Freddie gets an update on his t-shirt order.

The guys then tell stories about being pushed down the hill in a child’s wagon, lighting off bottle rockets in their childhood bedroom and the time Dale Jr. essentially lit someone’s ass on fire.

Jun 07, 2021
216 – Billionaires for a Reason

Charlotte Motor Speedway’s tripleheader Memorial Day Weekend is in the books and Freddie Kraft, T.J. Majors and Brett Griffin are in studio to breakdown the weekend of action. First the gang receives a variety of gifts and reacts to them on the show while sharing stories from their week at home.

Starting with Friday’s Truck Series race at Charlotte, the crew covers the vicious wreck involving Johnny Sauter and an essentially stopped truck on the frontstretch. Hear the spotters’ immediate thoughts upon seeing that accident and what should have been done differently.

On Sunday, Denny Hamlin had some harsh words to describe Joey Logano’s driving. Find out what Hamlin said over the radio, what Logano’s spotter TJ’s response is and how Freddie feels about his bossman’s comments. Plus, hear how difficult passing was in the 600-mile event.

Lapped cars played a noticeable role in how the World 600 unfolded. The spotters share their struggles helping their drivers navigate slower vehicles and what Kyle Busch did while racing for second late in the race.

Hendrick Motorsports claimed 4 of the top-5 finishing positions for the second time in three weeks at Charlotte. The guys discuss the advantage the Chevrolet’s have found and how HMS decision making regarding its talent over the last half decade is paying off now.

Chase Elliott’s spotter Eddie D’Hondt was indefinitely suspended last week following a recent arrest. Hear his fellow spotters’ take on the situation and what has unfolded over the last week involving D’Hondt and the No. 9 team.

Plans for next season are beginning to take shape. Hear the gang react to the report Kurt Busch will run a second 23XI Racing car in 2022 and Freddie’s thoughts on potentially having a former champion as a teammate. Plus, the guys weigh in on NASCAR’s decision to run the championship race at Phoenix Raceway again in 2022.

In Reaction Theatre, TJ gets a compliment and a song, Freddie gets asked an important question and one caller leaves the gang laughing in tears.

Then the most impressive moments of the weekend are shared in Xfinity xFi More than Fast moment segment. The spotters are on their game when answering trivia question in Fast Lane. And there are too many “What an Idiot” candidates to count this week.

Jun 02, 2021
215 – When No One Can See

After a wet and wild inaugural NASCAR race weekend at Circuit of the Americas, Freddie Kraft, TJ Majors, and Brett Griffin are dried off and fired up to talk about this weekend’s action from Austin, Texas.

But first, hear about the spotters’ adventures in Austin and how some critters got the best of Brett and his rain pants. The combination of visiting a new facility and rainy conditions made spotting challenging. Hear where the spotters were placed around the course, what they could and couldn’t see, and what they hope to do differently next time.

After NASCAR’s decision to end the race 14 laps early due to weather conditions, find out what the competitors thought of the timing of the decision and whether the race could have continued.

Visibility was at an all-time low for drivers during the race and led to massive hits for Kevin Harvick and Martin Truex Jr. Both drivers expressed their frustration after the near rollover crashes ended their days early. Hear what the spotters thought after seeing those vicious impacts and what it says about safety in the sport today.

Silly Season rumors have ramped up, as reports have Brad Keselowski accepting an owner/driver role with Roush-Fenway Racing for next season. The guys react to the news and what it means for Keselowski, Team Penske, and the future ownership model of the Cup Series.

As car number placement continues to be a topic of discussion, the guys weigh in on the latest development and what they ultimately think should happen. Plus, find out why a decision is needed soon as teams hunt for sponsors.

Ever seen a racecar driving down the highway? Well, if you live in Denver, N.C., you might have last week. Find out which team was pulled over for driving their car down the road and where the crew thinks they were headed.

In Reaction Theatre, fans let Brett know he’s the greatest thing to walk the Earth, one fan gives NASCAR a tip, and someone gets creative with a sound effect.

Plus, some incredible moments are discussed in the Xfinity xFi More Than Fast Moment segment, this week’s What an Idiot winners are announced and the guys look ahead to racing at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

May 24, 2021
214 – Chris Rice: Change is Coming

Back from Dover International Speedway, Freddie Kraft, Brett Griffin and T.J. Majors are joined by Kaulig Racing Team President Chris Rice. Following NASCAR’s unveil of the Next Gen car and in anticipation of Kaulig starting a Cup Series program in 2022, Rice dives deep into the future for the sport.

He first joins the crew’s banter and reaction to the action from Dover. A dominant Sunday for Hendrick Motorsports produced a 1-4 finish for the organization. Hear how the guys reacted to Kyle Larson not moving Alex Bowman for the lead on a restart. Rice weighs in on how teammates should race each other from management’s perspective.

Talk regarding ownership of Cup Series charters is heating up as new teams look to enter the sport. The guys cover the current state of the charter business and how enforcing competition rules may help open up spots for new teams looking to enter the series.

Denny Hamlin was vocal on the radio on Sunday when racing his driver Bubba Wallace. Wallace’s spotter Freddie tells us what happened and provides insight to the unique relationship between car owner and driver on the race track.

NASCAR will race at Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas for the first time this weekend. Hear what the spotters expect to find when arriving at COTA and challenges they and the team anticipate facing.

Then the show gets technical as a conversation surrounding NASCAR’s Next Gen car unveil gets underway. Hear what changes are coming with the new car and how it will impact the entire series. In preparation for taking his team to full-time Cup competition, Rice breaks down the different elements he studied ahead of this move.

How will pit stops change? Could drivers be shifting at 1.5-mile tracks? What’s the future of practice? How much horsepower will the cars have? The guys all weigh in on these topics and much more.

In Reaction Theatre, we get an update from Brett’s hometown of Pageland, hear from a Joey Logano supporter, and Freddie gets serenaded with a new song.

For the Xfinity xFi More than Fast Moment segment, the guys discuss the fastest pit stop of the season and a money-making move.

A short track brawl consumes the “What an Idiot” segment as everyone discusses what went down at Tri County Speedway over the weekend.

May 17, 2021
213 – Old-Fashioned Ass Kicking

Darlington Raceway put on a show over the weekend. Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft are here to cover the action-packed racing and big NASCAR news week.

Before diving into the storylines of the week, the infamous drive to Darlington through Brett’s hometown of Pageland, S.C., is discussed. Hear some of the trouble he caused during his childhood.

With the Cup Series running the 750 horsepower and low downforce aero package at Darlington for the first time in years, the difference in competition was notable. Listen for what the spotters thought of the change and its impact on the quality of racing.

The gang covers the unveil of the specific manufacturers’ Next Gen cars that will take to the track beginning in 2022. Hear what the spotters like and don’t like about them, and what the major announcement means for the sport moving forward. Plus, what changes are expected in the car? Hear why a rearview camera may be among them.

Next, Camping World CEO Marcus Lemonis and defending Truck Series champion Sheldon Creed exchanged heated tweets over the weekend. Following Creed’s victory on Friday at Darlington, Lemonis replied to a fan who asked why Creed sometimes races sponsor-less. Lemonis said he offered to help, Creed fired back saying that the team is worth more than 15k. The series title sponsor then called Creed unprofessional. Hear the reaction from the crew and why Griffin – a motorsports marketing professional – believes making sponsorship values public is damaging for the sport.

Bubba Wallace struggled again at Darlington, once angering race leader Martin Truex Jr. while the No. 19 team tried to help out its Toyota teammate at the end of Stage 1. Hear Freddie’s reaction to what Truex said about Wallace. Plus, a discussion on what spotters think about the leader complaining about cars fighting to stay on the lead lap.

Later in the race, Wallace received the lucky dog only to have it taken away. Was that a fair decision by NASCAR? Kraft weighs in with a surprising answer and details surrounding the situation.

How come Kyle Larson closed in rapidly on Truex towards the finish but was unable to make the pass? The spotters tell you what Truex may have been doing to Larson as they battled for the victory.

The Truck Series race was a nightmare in many aspects on Friday night. Hear how the guys reacted to seeing the 17-truck restart pileup and why they struggled with sightlines.

In Reaction Theatre, fans voice their frustrations from events over the weekend, T.J. gets wished a Happy Mother’s Day and a talented fan sings us a new song.

Plus, an incredible move is discussed in the Xfinity xFi More Than Fast segment, the high school sports that the guys played are revealed in Fast Lane and an overflowing amount of What an Idiot candidates are discussed.

May 10, 2021
212 – Changing the Entire Game

After race weekend at Kansas Speedway, T.J Majors, Freddie Kraft and Brett Griffin are in studio to give their insider perspective on all that went down. T.J. shares why he believes Joey Logano struggled this go around at Kansas after his victory last fall. Freddie details what went wrong for Bubba Wallace and why he tells Turn 2 to “kiss my ass.” Brett updates us on what it’s like in his new retired life as a baseball dad and couch spotter.

NASCAR’s decision making behind throwing a caution 15 laps after a tire sat in the infield grass was called into question during Sunday’s race. The guys weigh in on the inconsistency they see when it comes to when cautions are called and what should have been done in this instance.

This yellow flag then produced wild restarts to decide the race, where clean air proved to be king once again. The guys analyze its impact on who prevails and what kind of racing is produced as a result of the current aero package.

Kyle Larson and Ryan Blaney saw their strong runs derailed when they got into each other with 2 laps to go. Hear what the spotters think Larson did wrong and how the situation could have been avoided.

NASCAR and Texas Motor Speedway unveiled the All-Star Race format last week. The guys try to understand what’s happening and break down the rule changes for the non-points event in June.

The Next Gen car will be unveiled to the public for the first time this week. Ahead of that announcement, the gang talks the ramifications of this new car and why it may not actually save teams money. Plus, hear how it could change everything in multiple ways for NASCAR.

In Reaction Theatre, some callers try to leave nice messages while others are not so nice. Hear which spotter takes the most hate this week and the answer may surprise you.

It’s now off to Darlington Raceway for throwback weekend. Hear the guys talk about what they expect to see during the first visit to “The Lady in Black” this season.

May 03, 2021
211 – Jeb & Harrison Burton: Our Talladega Moments

Talladega Superspeedway is in the books and we have race winners in the house. Xfinity Series winner Jeb Burton joins the show to explain his emotion behind the victory, along with his winning spotter Brett Griffin. Joey Logano’s spotter T.J. Majors shares details of how the wreck unfolded that left the No. 22 upside down and Logano upset with superspeedway racing. Freddie Kraft talks about the eventful day for Bubba Wallace and a disappointing result.

Fresh off his NASCAR Cup Series debut at Talladega, Harrison Burton joins the show as well. It’s a packed program after an action-packed weekend of racing.

After Logano’s fiery comments about the aero package that produced his scary accident, the gang debates the current superspeedway racing product. They share thoughts on why it takes less skill now to succeed and what is to blame for big crashes.

Both Matt DiBenedetto and Bubba Wallace, who continue to search for their first career Cup wins, showed promise racing up front on Sunday. However, neither got the job done and the crew analyzes their performances. They discuss what both drivers need to do continue to grow and what Wallace’s early season struggles mean.

Jennifer Jo Cobb was denied eligibility to make her first career Cup Series start on Sunday. The guys discuss her comments about not being approved and the larger mistake the team made. Chad Ochocinco was not happy watching so many commercials during the races at Talladega. What needs to be done about this abundance of ads? The gang weighs in.

When Harrison Burton joins the show, he shares about how he prepares to race and how the job of a driver has changed since his dad competed. He details the resources available to him as Toyota Racing driver and what Toyota provided him after his fight with Noah Gragson last year.

Then he tells all about his first start at the premiere level. Who surprisingly was the first person to reach out to him once the news broke, what he learned on Sunday and how the final restart unfolded. Plus, the hilarious story of why he considers bee stings good luck.

In Reaction Theatre, the fans are ruthless. T.J. still hears it even after his car landed upside down and Brett is told he takes all the credit for Jeb’s win. Plus, a young fan raps for us.

The events that stood out most from Talladega are shared in the “Xfinity xFi More Than Fast Moments” segment. State nicknames are debated in Fast Lane. And more “What an Idiot” awards are handed out.

Apr 27, 2021
210 – Jon Wood: Good Stories Start with Bad Decisions

Richmond Raceway is in the books and the spotters return to break down the weekend of racing. T.J. Majors shares insight into Joey Logano’s late lead and near win on Sunday. Freddie Kraft talks about a difficult day for Bubba Wallace. And Brett Griffin addresses Casey for the first time in-person since blocking her on Twitter. Plus, Wood Brothers Racing’s Jon Wood joins the show to share some epic tales.

Denny Hamlin said that he’d rather be in his current position than in race winner Alex Bowman’s after the race. What did he mean by that and does the spotting trio agree with his comments? They discuss.

Only two natural cautions have occurred in the last 885 laps at Richmond Raceway. Why is this short track not producing the action it was once known for? The gang weighs in and explains why the cars aren’t hard to drive. Plus, hear why they believe Kevin Harvick saved the day.

Chase Elliott remains the only Hendrick Motorsports car without a victory in 2021. After a dominant finish to last season and a tendency to come alive later in the year, is the No. 9 team holding back right now? The spotters debate.

T.J. shares about Hailie Deegan’s learning curve in the Truck Series after a rough Saturday at Richmond Raceway and explains comments he made on channel two after a crash that Deegan narrowly avoided.

Who are the worst drivers the guys have ever spotted for? They engage in a lively conversation reliving some of their most memorable moments spotting for slower cars.

Next, Wood Brothers Racing’s Jon Wood joins the show to clear things up after Brett shared some stories that lacked the entire truth. He tells on himself, sharing tales of catching a team van’s brakes on fire, flying an airplane out of the sunroof, and driving a van through the woods.

Plus, he provides insight into the unique perspective and style he brings to the Wood Brothers social media account during races. Hear why he says some of the things he says, even if NASCAR may not always be happy about it. 

In Reaction Theatre, fans are snoozing and choking. T.J. gets blasted, Brett gets compared to a foreign leader and Freddie is told to suck it.

Lastly, the gang prepares for the upcoming race weekend at Talladega Superspeedway.

Apr 19, 2021
209 - Racing with a Brain

After a wet and wild weekend at Martinsville Speedway, T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft and Brett Griffin are in studio to react to a busy Sunday of short track action.

Brett returned to the spotters stand for the Martinsville modified race and shares what stood out about spotting a mod. Freddie wanted to celebrate Josh Berry’s big Xfinity Series win at Martinsville only to find out what time Josh went to bed - but it didn’t stop Freddie. And T.J. is back fresh off his TV appearance during the Cup broadcast.

NASCAR tested rain tires at Martinsville last week but find out when the gang wishes they would have tested them. Hear their reactions to the weekend rain delays and why they question the decision to have started the race Saturday night.

A massive backstretch pileup bent fenders and flared tempers. Was it an intentional move by Chris Buescher? The crew debates and then reacts to Daniel Suarez throwing his water at William Byron after being shipped into Turn 1.

While racing up front, Joey Logano nearly spun Martin Truex Jr. but quickly relented the position. Hear why that move shocked some of the panel and T.J. tells us if that was really what happened.

Rick Ware Racing made headlines following multiple incidents with its cars in the Cup race. The gang shares their thoughts on fiery quotes from the drivers and team.

Controversy surrounding the choose rule sent Jeb Burton and Freddie to the rear of the field in the Xfinity Series race. Hear why Freddie feels the Kaulig Racing team was being made an example of and why drivers are slow to choose their lane.

With Adam Stern reporting that NASCAR is looking at reopening its infield to guests, the crew discusses what the at track experience will look like in a post-COVID world. Hear what needs to happen to bring fans back and how they hope NASCAR accomplishes that.

In Reaction Theatre, Freddie gets a call from the parking lot, T.J. finds a fan and a new song blows everyone away.

Later, hear about the guys’ mancaves during the Offerpad Question of the Week segment. In the Xfinity xFi More than Fast Moment segment, which moments during the race stood out most? Find out who impressed the spotters.

Then find about which fast food restaurant has the best french fries and why the race after the race nearly got Freddie in trouble returning from Martinsville.

Apr 12, 2021
208 – Marty Smith: Passion is Undefeated

Following the inaugural Bristol Motor Speedway NASCAR dirt track race weekend, winning Cup Series spotter T.J. Majors is joined by Freddie Kraft, who John Hunter Nemechek said needs glasses, and everyone’s favorite couch spotter, Brett Griffin.

After they breakdown the action from Monday afternoon, ESPN’s Marty Smith joins the show to share stories about his time in NASCAR, how he made it, building relationships, his Bristol dirt reactions, and much more.

The perspective of the spotters is in high-demand after seeing NASCAR run on the Bristol dirt for the first time. Hear from them on what they called the “Dust Bowl” and find out just how bad visibility really was.

As for the on-track action, they detail what they liked and disliked, plus why it was refreshing to see Cup drivers making mistakes. Dirt racing aces Kyle Larson and Christopher Bell were not immune to those mistakes. Hear what the crew thought of both drivers’ early trouble.

Should NASCAR have thrown a caution for Bubba Wallace’s spin late in the race? Freddie weighs in and pleads for consistency from the sport when displaying the yellow flag.

Corey LaJoie called Brett out for his “couch spotter” take after an early incident collected numerous cars in the Cup race. Brett responds and explains who he was really talking about in his tweet.

Denny Hamlin wished for a do over after the finish. The guys share what they wish he would have done on the overtime restart to contend with Joey Logano.

John Hunter Nemechek said Freddie and his Truck Series driver Derek Kraus need glasses after Kraus wrecked well after Nemechek spun. Freddie explains exactly what happened and how safety workers interfered with Kraus’ truck after the accident.

In Reaction Theatre, T.J wins yet can find no love. He reacts to fans both upset and pleased with the No. 22 team’s victory. Freddie hears it from the listeners as well, including the youngest reaction theatre caller yet.

Which drivers proved that it takes more than speed to perform well in NASCAR? The guys answer in the Xfinity xFi More than Fast Moment segment. That, plus the weekly “What an Idiot” awards and Martinsville picks.

Mar 31, 2021
207 - Mike Joy: Clearing the Air

After NASCAR’s tripleheader race weekend at Atlanta Motor Speedway, T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft and Brett Griffin convene in studio to react to everything that went down. Plus, NASCAR on FOX’s lead announcer Mike Joy joins the show to discuss his difference of opinion with the spotting trio.

First, Freddie and T.J. share about the challenges both Bubba Wallace and Joey Logano faced on the abrasive Atlanta surface. Along with co-host Casey Boat and producer Jason Schultz, Brett shares his perspective from watching as a fan and lists all that he accomplished during the 500-mile race. This leads to a conversation about whether the event was too long and what needs to be done about it.

In Spot on/Spot off, the spotters first address Larson saying he hates Joey Logano after Logano’s teammate Ryan Blaney won by passing the No. 5 car late in the race on Sunday. T.J. shares his perspective and what Logano was fighting for at that moment.

Then the conversation turns to the Xfinity Series drama. The crew weighs in on Noah Gragson backing into Daniel Hemric’s pit stall and making contact with No. 18 car, and whether they believed it was intentional or not. Then, they talk the post-race altercation between the drivers and crew members. Should anyone have been penalized? They state their cases.

After seeing how the racing in Atlanta played out – does the track need a repave and should the grass situation be fixed? See which side of the debates the spotters fall on.

The NASCAR Cup Series will race on dirt for the first time in 51 years this weekend at Bristol Motor Speedway. Hear the gang’s thoughts on the race format, how they expect the event to go, and who to watch for and not watch for this weekend.

Mike Joy then joins the show for a conversation ranging from working with the unfiltered Clint Bowyer in the booth to the attitudes of young racers. He shares his perspective regarding his recent tweets about paid drivers and hears out the spotters’ opinions. Learn where they net out on the topic after last week’s Twitter back-and-forth.

Hear Joy’s perspective on how the season has played out thus far and if he’s on board with the “Best Season Ever” tagline. Plus, find out what he expects to see at Bristol.

In Reaction Theatre, T.J. feels anything but love, Freddie hears complaints and a caller leaves the best song in Reaction Theatre history.

Lastly, hear about what moments from Atlanta were Xfinity xFi “More Than Fast,” if Fast Lane is rigged and this week’s “What an Idiot” awards.

Mar 23, 2021
206 - Thousands of Reasons

NASCAR’s West Coast Swing is complete as our spotters return from Phoenix Raceway to cover what went down in the desert. T.J. Majors shares about Joey Logano’s strong day that produced a solid finish. Freddie Kraft details why the promise and gains Bubba Wallace showed on Sunday keep the new team progressing nicely. Brett talks about his new role at the track over the weekend and why he was Denny Hamlin’s biggest fan.

As the home of the championship race, the gang analyzes Phoenix Raceway’s product. They dish their opinions about the traction compound used on the racing surface and whether it helps or hurts the competition. Plus, which rule did NASCAR not enforce on the wild and wide Phoenix restarts? The spotting trio discusses.

Drama from Saturday’s Xfinity Series race leads to conversations about drivers needing to use the bathroom during races and double bird salutes. Hear what Freddie told his Xfinity Series driver Jeb Burton when Burton asked how many laps were left in the race. Then, the crew breaks down why Josh Berry flipping off Santino Ferrucci may have been entertaining but ultimately costly for the JR Motorsports driver.

Given the quality of the races at Phoenix, should it continue hosting the title races beyond 2021? The gang weighs in, discussing what characteristics should make up the track that crowns the champion.

After DBC weighed in on Mike Joy’s hot take tweet about drivers with daddy’s money last week, Joy responded on Twitter. Hear what he said and what the guys are now saying back.

NASCAR is beginning to experience a Nashville problem with two tracks both wanting to host races. Hear what the crew believes will become of NASCAR in Nashville.

In Reaction Theatre, the fans bring it. Hear how T.J. responds to a fan calling him out for wanting to spot for Joey Logano. Someone compares Brett to beach balls. Plus, a very familiar voice chimes in.

Xfinity is back with a new segment for 2021. Hear the guys debate the moments that made the greatest difference in this weekend’s events at Phoenix.

Mar 16, 2021
205 - Trail of Money

After a thrilling race weekend at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft and Brett Griffin cover all the drama from Sin City.

Before diving into the events of all three races, Freddie details the struggles Bubba Wallace faced and why the team saw something that provided encouragement moving forward. While usually a lock for success at Las Vegas, Joey Logano struggled and T.J. discusses what happened. Brett is checking in from Myrtle Beach and has plenty of opinions after seeing everything go down on TV.

Kyle Busch’s questionable spin from Friday’s Truck Series raised some eyebrows. Hear what the gang has to say about Busch’s response, how NASCAR handles intentional spins and why it brought out a caution.

Mike Joy made headlines with a tweet essentially calling out Noah Gragson and all drivers who race with “daddy’s money.” The guys respond to Joy and explain why his comment targeting the JR Motorsports driver are unfair given the financial state of the sport.

Kyle Larson returned to Victory Lane on Sunday. T.J. reveals if this victory surprised him or not, and everyone chimes in about how Larson has progressed since climbing back behind the wheel of a Cup car. Plus, is Hendrick Motorsports back? Freddie and Brett share insight into what may have contributed to the recent uptick in performance out of the HMS stable.

The batteries dying on the radio is a spotter’s worse nightmare. Hear what the panel has to say in response to Ty Dillon’s Xfinity Series spotter saying his batteries died as the No. 54 car wrecked in Saturday’s Xfinity Series race.

In Reaction Theatre, all three spotters hear it from the fans as they react to the weekend’s events. Plus, the guys give it back to some fans who think they know better than those in the industry.

Find out what the crew did for their first jobs in Fast Lane and why Freddie’s surprised everyone. Later, Freddie gives his “What an Idiot” award to nearly every Cup team owner.

Mar 08, 2021
204 – Too Easy to Drive

Back from Homestead-Miami Speedway, spotters T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft share their perspectives from a fun weekend of racing at an entertaining track. They’re joined by Brett Griffin, who is fresh off his first weekend not at a race track since 1999.

Tyler Reddick’s impressive late race bid fell short on Sunday. The crew analyzes why Homestead-Miami fits his driving style and why Reddick needs to win soon. Kyle Larson’s strong showing caught the spotters’ attention and they share why he may not have been as aggressive as normal.

Many new players found themselves in contention on Sunday. Hear why names like William Byron and Michael McDowell fared well in a 1.5-mile track race that usually favors the heavy hitters.

Martin Truex Jr. had some choice words for Denny Hamlin during the race. Find out what those were and why they aren’t surprised to hear it from Truex. Plus, their teammate Kyle Busch’s frustration leads Brett into a rant about the industry’s use of SMT data.

Noah Gragson was laps away from victory in the Xfinity Series race before running into the back of David Starr. Hear how the spotters reacted, why they too are tired of dealing with slower cars and how Gragson is turning into a polarizing driver.

Kyle Petty shared interesting comments about the Joe Gibbs Racing stable of drivers last week and Denny Hamlin responded. It leads the gang to discuss how developing young talent should be assessed.

In Reaction Theatre, Noah Gragson hears what the fans thought of his ordeal on Saturday. Despite a quiet day on track, T.J. still hears from Joey Logano critics. One caller leaves the guys unable to respond in typical reaction theatre style.

Fast Lane goes off the rails and leads to stories about who the guys took to prom. Brett fills us in on the state of his backseat after a puking accident. Lastly, Freddie tells us a story about his truck once smelling like the “ass of a giraffe.”

Mar 01, 2021
203 – Ty Gibbs: Nothing Like the First Time

Our spotting trio of T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft returns from the Daytona International Speedway road course to breakdown the wild weekend of road racing.

The second race weekend of the year produced not one but two first-time winners. Saturday’s Xfinity Series victor Ty Gibbs joins the show after winning in his first start. He describes the intense run to the finish, what he did to hold onto the lead, and the meaning behind his emotional celebration. Plus, the 18-year-old addresses the reputation he’s building.

Christopher Bell chased down Joey Logano in the closing laps, evaded the No. 22’s block attempts and drove to Victory Lane for the first time in his NASCAR Cup Series career. Majors discusses another win slipping away late for the No. 22 team.

A.J Allmendinger impressed in his part-time Cup effort for Kaulig Racing on Sunday. His spotter Brett Griffin talks about their day and what proved insurmountable to overcome in the race. Plus, Griffin responds to what Clint Bowyer said about him on the broadcast.

The controversial late race caution for rain is addressed, including Kyle Busch’s comments about why the yellow flag was displayed. Hear whether the guys thought a caution was necessary and how it changed the race.

Chaos then ensued on the following restarts. They react to Chase Elliott’s epic saves and his tangle with Corey LaJoie, plus all the drama that the finish produced.

Saturday’s Xfinity Series race did not disappoint and the gang covers Allmendinger and Austin Cindric wrecking while battling for the Stage 1 victory.

Truck Series drama is brewing between former champion Brett Moffitt and his former team GMS Racing. Hear what went down in the race and whether Moffitt should be picking this fight.

In Reaction Theatre, everyone sucks and Brett gets cussed out – what’s new?

A new segment debuts that has everyone pointing fingers. Lastly, Brett reveals a special gift he’s receiving from a long-time friend and NASCAR Cup Series champion.

Feb 23, 2021
202 – Going for the Win

After a wild and wet DAYTONA 500, Bubba Wallace’s spotter Freddie Kraft and Joey Logano’s spotter T.J. Majors break down the chaotic day at the World Center of Racing.

Along with co-host Casey Boat and producer Jason Schultz, the gang covers the frightening last-lap wreck involving leaders Joey Logano and Brad Keselowski. Majors discusses what happened from his perspective and if it could have unfolded differently. How did Michael McDowell clear the carnage and win his first career NASCAR Cup Series race? They react to his shocking victory. Plus, find out which Cup Series championship spotter called the shots for the No. 34 team after being fired from his previous team last season.

Kraft shares about Bubba Wallace’s maiden voyage as the driver for newly formed 23XI Racing. He explains how their week went and what happened to put them a lap down as the finish approached.

A massive wreck on Lap 14 changed the course of Sunday’s race, what caused the early aggression? The spotters share what they think happened. Coordinating pit stops with alliance partners is another challenge spotters face at superspeedway races, find out what goes into aligning trips down pit road.

Drivers and fans alike were confused by the qualification rules for the 500 following Thursday’s Duel races. Are the rules fair? Should the final spots in the field be determined differently? The guys debate.

T.J. spotted his first Truck Series race for Hailie Deegan, find out how the race went and his outlook for the season as her spotter.

Reaction Theatre returns with fans heated after a crazy season opening weekend. Find out what they had to say about Logano’s last lap block, Freddie’s spotting and Brad Keselowski’s oil changes.

In Fast Lane, find out who doesn’t know which planet is closest to the sun and a surprising celebrity crush revelation.

Feb 15, 2021
201 – Some Things Never Change

Door Bumper Clear returns for its sixth season and has some big news. The gang catches you up on their off-seasons as T.J. Majors became a day trader, Freddie Kraft now has meetings, Brett Griffin’s rocking a part-time schedule, and new momma Casey Boat is back. Plus, hear about the return of one of the most popular segments in Dirty Mo Media history.

Ahead of the start of the NASCAR season, the crew discusses what’s new for the sport in 2021. Freddie lays out Bubba Wallace’s goals with newly formed 23XI Racing and debates goals vs. expectations.

Concerns are raised looking ahead to the Bristol Motor Speedway dirt race in March and the unknowns leading into the first Cup Series race on dirt since the 1970s. The spotters share their thoughts on the drama involving who will spot for Kyle Larson. Tony Stewart asked NASCAR to run the season opening Busch Clash but didn’t get a call back. The guys discuss how Stewart’s new Superstar Racing Experience is impacting his relationship with the sanctioning body.

Leading into the DAYTONA 500, Brad Keselowski is concerned about tearing up a bunch of race cars and the gang reacts to his comments. Find out how the spotters foresee the week of superspeedway racing playing out.

Feb 08, 2021
200 - Happy Holladays!
Door Bumper Clear brings you holiday laughs and cheer with this off-season, Christmas, and 200th episode spectacular. T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin, Freddie Kraft, Hannah Newhouse, and Jason Schultz first react to making it to 200 shows. They share favorite memories and reflect back on the best moments in DBC history. What have the guys been up to since the NASCAR season ended? Brett tells the story of bear hunting with Clint Bowyer, Freddie fills us in on what went down at the Snowball Derby and T.J. reveals who put Christmas lights up at his house. The gang then dives into the big news that has dropped since their last show. They cover Auto Club Speedway race weekend moving to the Daytona road course in February and why the Clash will now give its participants an unfair advantage. The Snowflake 100 ended in controversy following a last-lap incident. Was the call to disqualify the winner fair or foul? Spotter silly season has heated up and the guys explain which drivers are changing spotters and how it will impact their performance in 2021. John Hunter Nemechek took a gamble to leave full-time Cup Series competition for the Truck Series next year. The crew analyzes that move and how the potential expansion of 23XI Racing may have factored in. The cost of racing remains a hot button issue in the sport and driver contracts are taking a hit, the spotting trio explains. Plus, will the new Cup car in 2022 really save teams money? They debate. To celebrate Christmas, DBC releases the first single off its Christmas album and debuts Jingle Bells to the world. In Xfinity Fast Lane, the guys' knowledge of holiday songs, trivia, and more are tested. Find out which spotter doesn’t know where Jesus was born. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from DBC! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Dec 14, 2020
199 - The Dog's Off the Leash
On the Season 5 finale, T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft return from NASCAR Championship Weekend at Phoenix Raceway to react to the title battles in the desert. T.J. and Joey Logano fell short of a second Bill France Cup, hear how T.J. describes their race and what they missed on. Plus, Brett shares details of how Clint Bowyer closed his Cup Series career in his final start on Sunday. Freddie has some breaking news that required a shirt unveil. Find out what his future holds. Chase Elliott overcame a last-place starting spot to win his first Cup Series championship. The guys, along with co-host Hannah Newhouse and producer Jason Schultz, discuss the crazy fast car he had and how he beat his competition. Slow pit stops cost Brad Keselowski a shot at challenging the No. 9 car, leaving the gang to emphasize the team aspect of racing. In the Xfinity Series race, a spin by Chase Briscoe to bring out a late caution has the guys raising their eyebrows. Plus, they react to Justin Allgaier losing the lead on the final restart and the role his teammate Noah Gragson played in the finish of the race. It leads to a debate about the role of teammates for the championship contenders. Similarly in the Truck Series event, a late yellow flag set up a wild restart to decide the title. Hear why the crew thinks the caution should lead NASCAR to reevaluate its driver approval process. Plus, find out what they though about Sheldon Creed’s crazy drive to the front. The haters are back in Reaction Twitter and in #AskDBC, find out why ‘9 damn acres’ is so funny. As the 2020 season draws to a close, the gang reflects back on how NASCAR handled the adversity in one of the most challenging years ever. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Nov 10, 2020
198 - Game 7 Moments
A shocking Sunday at Martinsville Speedway set the stage for NASCAR Championship Weekend at Phoenix Raceway. Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft react to all that happened at Martinsville. Plus, they prepare for a big weekend out west where Majors and Joey Logano will compete for a second championship, while Griffin and Clint Bowyer compete in the Cup Series together one final time. Chase Elliott won on Sunday to advance to his first Championship 4 but it didn’t come without some drama. The guys review the rescinded pit road penalty his team initially received and debate whether NASCAR made the right call. Kevin Harvick appeared as a lock for the championship race heading into the penultimate event of the season. However, a uncharacteristic poor performance shocked the sport and prevents the No. 4 team from racing for the title. The crew analyzes what went wrong and his last ditch effort on the final lap. Plus, why don’t fans seem to celebrate upsets like in other sports’ playoffs? They weigh in. The No. 9 team had some choice words for Joey Logano early in Sunday’s race. Logano’s spotter T.J. responds and discusses what it means heading into their title battle. Majors also shares insight into what he anticipates happening as Logano competes for his second championship. Clint Bowyer and Aric Almirola didn’t get along very well at the short track. Brett discusses the teammates trading blows and tells the story of how he led NASCAR to implement a ‘no touch policy’ on the spotters stand back in the day. Tony Stewart and Toyota’s David Wilson exchanged heated comments about their respective manufacturers’ driver development programs. The gang discusses the current state of developing young talent in NASCAR. Heading into Bowyer's final weekend as a Cup Series driver, he and Brett receive a special message from fans and a surprise guest to kick-off the show. Later, everyone shares their favorite Bowyer memories and stories. Lastly, championship picks are made as the spotters are onto the final NASCAR race weekend of 2020. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Nov 03, 2020
197 - 72 Hour Lead
Rain may have delayed the Texas Motor Speedway Cup Series race by three days but it didn’t stop this week’s episode. T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft made it out of the mist and cover all that went down in the Lone Star State, along with producer Jason Schultz. The guys tell their tales of survival waiting out the rain delay and what they had to go buy. Kyle Busch won his first Cup Series race of the season on Wednesday. After the race, he expressed remorse for topping his teammate who needed a win to make the Championship 4. The guys react. In the Xfinity Series race, Harrison Burton ran down Noah Gragson in the final two laps to win. How did he do that and what went wrong for Gragson? Our spotting trio discusses. Justin Allgaier had some choice words for Ross Chastain. Were the comments justified? Plus, why is Chastain being so hard on himself? Griffin explains why it gives the driver of the No. 10 a bad look. A drama-filled Truck Series race led to numerous fights, wrecks and choice words. Majors explains what went down while spotting for Ben Rhodes and what he thought when Rhodes turned Christian Eckes into the wall. Which driver popped another post-race? You’ll find that out along with so much more. Big silly season news dropped including Kyle Larson signing with Hendrick Motorsports, Chase Briscoe getting in the No. 14 car and Erik Jones going to Richard Petty Motorsports. The boys analyze the news and predict how each will perform in their new rides. There’s plenty of more hate in this week’s installment of Reaction Twitter and an Xfinity Fast Lane question helps the guys create a new nickname for a male witch. With one race to go before championship weekend, the guys make Martinsville predictions and gear up for a short track showdown.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Oct 29, 2020
196 - Block Like Crazy!
Joey Logano and T.J. Majors took the victory Sunday at Kansas Speedway to advance to the championship race at Phoenix. T.J. describes the No. 22 team’s day and how he helped guide Logano to block Kevin Harvick in the run to the finish. Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft, reluctantly, give T.J. props and talk about how difficult passing was in the Cup Series race and the frustration it created. Chase Elliott’s team faced communication issues throughout the race. What’s it like when the spotter can’t talk to the driver and should the No. 9 team have been penalized? The guys weigh in and T.J. shares a similar experience. A massive wreck in the Xfinity Series race landed Anthony Alfredo upside down. Prior to the crash, Brett sent a controversial tweet about Alfredo and he explains it all right here. Find out why Alfredo’s moves on the track had heightened stakes behind them and what it means for his future. Plus, the crew talks about decisions being made for the Xfinity Series in 2021 and how the business of the series is changing. In the second installment of Reaction Twitter, T.J. learns that even if his team wins, fans will be upset. Freddie finds out fans think Bubba Wallace would be a better football player than race car driver. And Brett suffers the consequences of calling a guy out right before he flips in the race. Lastly in Ask DBC, the gang talks about pleasing both diehard and casual fans, Clint Bowyer’s relationship with the choose rule and Jimmie Johnson’s send-off.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Oct 19, 2020
195 - Spotting in the Rain
A wet and wild weekend at the Charlotte Motor Speedway ROVAL left plenty for Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft to cover as the NASCAR Playoffs roll on. The Cup Series raced on a wet surface for the first time since the 1950s and they react to unique challenge drivers faced. A hard-fought battle ended in playoff elimination for Clint Bowyer. His spotter Brett walks us through the ups-and-downs of the day and Bowyer racing with no power steering. Kyle Busch also saw his championship hopes fade away on Sunday. The guys, along with co-host Hannah Newhouse and producer Jason Schultz, explain how his season went wrong. The Xfinity Series raced in torrential downpours on Saturday and race winning spotter Freddie shares his experience spotting in the rain. Hear what his driver A.J. Allmendinger said about the conditions. Noah Gragson was upset with Riley Herbst after an accident racing for the lead. The crew responds to the choice words Gragson used towards Herbst. Silly season news broke everywhere last week. Our trio of spotters discusses the news of Clint Bowyer retiring, Alex Bowman going to the No. 48 car, Matt DiBenedetto getting another year in the No. 21 and Daniel Suarez joining Justin Marks’ new team. Plus, Brett shares what his future looks like after Bowyer’s announcement, After Brett blocked Twitter accounts live on the show last week, hear the boys read more mean tweets after Sunday’s race. In Ask DBC, Parker Kligerman makes an appearance and Championship 4 picks are made heading to Kansas Speedway to begin the Round of 8. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Oct 13, 2020
194 - Let 'Em Race!
Talladega Superspeedway produced a wild playoff race on Sunday and T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft are back from their spotter perch high above the track to talk all about it. After NASCAR made numerous yellow line rule related decisions in the Cup race, the guys analyze the penalized moves. Should Denny Hamlin have won the race? Was Matt DiBenedetto’s penalty fair? Why did Chase Elliott’s penalty get rescinded? The crew debates all these, plus more. Joey Logano raced aggressively all day long and received two penalties for forcing another car below the yellow line. T.J. walks us through what happened and how it impacted the No. 22 team’s day. Bubba Wallace found himself up front for much of the race before two late race accidents. Freddie breaks down the strong day and what ended it. Jimmie Johnson said Clint Bowyer’s move that caused a big one was “the stupidest thing I’ve seen in my career.” Brett responds and explains what took Bowyer out of the race and put him in playoff bubble trouble. The 2021 NASCAR schedule includes major changes including the addition of road courses and a Bristol dirt race. The gang weighs in on what NASCAR got right, wrong and which races they are most looking forward to. It’s Charlotte Motor Speedway ROVAL race week and with more playoff eliminations ahead, our spotters discuss who’s safe and in danger, plus what to expect this Sunday. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Oct 05, 2020
193 - Tired of Being Blocked
Fresh off a flight back from Las Vegas and a few hours of sleep, T.J. Majors and Brett Griffin cover all that went down at the track and during a big week of NASCAR news. Along with co-host Hannah Newhouse and producer Jason Schultz, the gang discusses the noise Joey Logano made in Sunday’s race. T.J. explains the block the No. 22 made on Chase Elliott early in the event and responds to Alan Gustafson’s comments. Then T.J. walks us through how Logano cut a tire down after making contact with Kyle Busch when Denny Hamlin took them three-wide for the lead. A debris caution changed everything on Sunday and the spotters react to how it impacted their race and the winning opportunity it presented Kurt Busch. Denny Hamlin officially announced his new Cup Series team with Michael Jordan last week. The guys analyze the news and ponder challenges this new organization is up against. The 2021 NASCAR schedule is anticipated this week. Our industry insiders drop some hints about more road courses and current tracks losing races. Door Bumper Clear meets Chloe Boat for the first time and checks in on Casey Boat to see how new life as a mom is treating her. We learn about Chloe’s first few weeks and the breastfeeding advice Brett gave Casey. In #AskDBC, Brett tells a story about how a shredded tire injured Elliott Sadler in the car. Plus, find out how many times these guys have spotted the wrong car during a race. NASCAR is off to Talladega Superspeedway this weekend and the crew explains why nobody is safe in this critical playoff race.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Sep 28, 2020
192 - Ryan McGee: A Sports Swiss Army Knife
ESPN’s Ryan McGee joins Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft to talk his life as a sports journalist, plus cover everything from the weekend at Bristol Motor Speedway. The long-time racing reporter shares about his family’s deep sports pedigree, his early days covering NASCAR and his special connection with Benny Parsons. He tells the story about the biggest interview of his career with Usain Bolt. Plus, he discusses his column from June on NASCAR’s ban of the confederate flag. Then, he and the guys dive into the first elimination race at Bristol. Kyle Busch had some choice words for Joey Logano after the race. T.J. shares his perspective of the late race moment and the culture of relationships in the NASCAR garage. Lapped cars were out of hand on Saturday night and the spotters dish on why something needs to be done about these ‘moving chicanes’ on the track. Four drivers have been eliminated from the Cup Series playoffs, including a surprise in Ryan Blaney. The gang points out missed opportunities from his season. Silly season is heating up and Bubba Wallace’s next move seems imminent. The guys drop some hints about a pending announcement and why it may allow Wallace to write his own history. Ross Chastain announced his move to the Cup Series in 2021 and the roundtable reacts, explaining why this could be make it or break it for his career. In #AskDBC, the guys question the playoff points structure and debate if it needs changing. McGee answers a question about the current sports media landscape and explains why NASCAR draws parallels to other leagues. Lastly, the spotting trio rants about condescending communication over the race director’s radio Saturday night at Bristol.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Sep 21, 2020
191 - Bubba Wallace: Betting on Myself
Bubba Wallace joins T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin and his spotter, Freddie Kraft for a wide-ranging conversation covering his past, present and future. After announcing he’ll leave Richard Petty Motorsports at season’s end, he shares what it was like telling The King and the rest of the team. Wallace then discusses the opportunities in front of him. He candidly reveals that this will be his best shot at success yet and says that he’ll hang it up if he can’t perform well. Reflecting on his path to the Cup Series, the 26-year-old dives into his Truck Series success, Xfinity Series shortcomings and the move that led to his first Cup ride. It has been a busy year for Bubba and he talks about some cool personal moments, including a Zoom call with Magic Johnson and gaming with Lewis Hamilton. Plus, Wallace dishes on his aggressive restarts, opinion on the choose rule and how he understands his spotter Kraft’s auctioneer-like calls. The gang, including co-host Hannah Newhouse and producer Jason Schultz, then reacts to the weekend’s races at Richmond Raceway. They debate Saturday night’s Cup race with no natural cautions and why the tire used continues to be a problem. T.J. made an interesting comment over the radio when Joey Logano and Brad Keselowski were battling for the lead. He tells us what really happened and why spotters sometimes trash talk their drivers over channel two during the races. The first round of the playoffs will conclude this Saturday night at Bristol Motor Speedway. The crew shares their expectations, which drivers on the bubble they think have the best chance to advance and which are in trouble.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Sep 15, 2020
190 - Pick Your Battles
Darlington Raceway provided plenty of late race drama for Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft to cover after the first weekend of the NASCAR Playoffs. Martin Truex Jr. cost both himself and Chase Elliott a shot at the Southern 500 victory. Was Truex’s move justified and can Elliott be mad about it? The gang weighs in. A similar move in Saturday’s Xfinity Series race at Darlington has the crew asking where Denny Hamlin was going and why was he so desperate forcing his way in front of Ross Chastain. Clint Bowyer will be without his crew chief at Richmond. His spotter details the decision between accepting a suspension and losing points. NASCAR released a video comparing the playoffs to bocce ball. The gang discusses the great publicity for bocce ball and the confusion for the sport. Former NFL safety and big racing fan, Bernard Pollard Jr. is back on the show to share his reaction to the recent racing. Plus, he tries to understand the playoff system and makes comparisons to the NFL. Plus, he asks the guys about drivers changing teams and the gang makes him predict the next NASCAR and Super Bowl champions. In Ask DBC, the spotting trio reacts to the news that Auto Club Speedway will be converted into a short-track and the rumors regarding the future of Germain Racing’s No. 13 Cup team. Also, hear why the penalty Ryan Blaney’s team received on Sunday may not have resulted from a mistake as the team claimed. Hannah Newhouse is back as Casey Boat finally had her baby. Newhouse talks racing with her new sponsors, Griffin and Kraft. DBC also received a special gift and opens it live on the show.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Sep 09, 2020
189 - Blake Shelton: Clint Bowyer's Biggest Fan
It’s the biggest episode in Door Bumper Clear history as superstar entertainer Blake Shelton joins the show. T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft and his long-time friend Brett Griffin cover everything, including his NASCAR interest, being a fan and friend of Clint Bowyer and what it’s like to be a performer right now. Blake shares stories from The Voice, how his dad’s interest in racing made him a fan and meeting Brett and Elliott Sadler. As someone who closely follows the sport, he dishes his opinion on today’s racing and the playoff format. Plus, he puts Brett on the spot, asking what’s next for Bowyer. And he leaves us with a new theme song. After a wild weekend of racing at Daytona, the gang covers Tyler Reddick’s big block and Ryan Newman’s comments, the dramatic final laps of the Cup race and Jimmie Johnson missing the playoffs. In Friday night’s Xfinity Series race, a last lap crash between leader A.J. Allmendinger and Ross Chastain created tension. The guys debate who was at fault. The Rookie of the Year battle in the Cup Series has been decided 10 weeks ahead of the finale. Should it be that way? The crew weighs in. Now it’s off to the Cup playoff opener at Darlington Raceway and the gang couldn’t ask for a better round of tracks to begin the post-season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Sep 01, 2020
188 - Play to Win the Game
A packed weekend of racing at Dover International Speedway and Indianapolis Motor Speedway is in the books. Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft break it all down along with co-host Casey Boat and producer Jason Schultz. The gang covers a much improved racing quality at the Monster Mile, Joey Logano wrecking Ricky Stenhouse Jr. early in Sunday’s race and Jimmie Johnson’s team making a gutsy call to gain spots late. The Cup Series is off to Daytona International Speedway to conclude its regular season. With the playoff bubble tight, the guys discuss how drivers and teams should approach the race. Is the strategy to ride around in the back or race up front? They debate that and why drivers should carefully choose who they help in the draft. The Indianapolis 500 finished under caution on Sunday. Was that the right call? The crew weighs in. It’s rumored that a celebrity owner is considering investing into a Cup Series team. Find out who it is and which team he’s eyeing. Questions loom about the future of NASCAR at Eldora Speedway. Hear why the guys think the Truck Series may not return. As Kyle Larson continues to dominate the dirt racing circuit, questions on if he’ll return to NASCAR resurface. Hear about what his future may look like. Plus, how T.J. would fare as a jockey in the Kentucky Derby? That answer and many more in this episode.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Aug 24, 2020
187 - Hand In the Man Cards
Following the first-ever NASCAR race weekend on the Daytona International Speedway road course, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft are heated and ready to discuss the weekend’s action. Joey Logano and Bubba Wallace were involved in a last lap incident. Now their spotters debate exactly what happened. Four of the top Cup Series drivers agreed to take it easy into Turn 1 on Lap 1 and that didn’t sit well with our crew. Fans voiced their frustration with the weekend’s broadcasts and the guys react to the show ending early on Sunday. After Saturday’s Xfinity Series race, Justin Allgaier confronted A.J. Allmendinger. Find out who was in the right and who was in the wrong. Did NASCAR not approve sports car racing ace Jordan Taylor to compete in a stock car this weekend? Hear the rumor and the reaction. Chase Elliott is becoming a road racing ace. Does Hendrick Motorsports have a trick up their sleeve? Learn about the Hendrick Motorsprots Track Attack. Find out who did their homework over the weekend and takes the crown in Xfinity Fast Lane led by co-host Casey Boat. Lastly, hear what Freddie remembers from his birthday celebration last week and how someone ended up through a table. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Aug 17, 2020
186 - Choosing Your Own Destiny
A packed weekend of racing at Michigan International Speedway and Road America left plenty for our spotter trio of Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft to cover. NASCAR implemented the choose rule for restarts across all series. The guys break down how it played out in both Cup Series races, the teams’ strategy behind it and how their drivers handled it. Freddie and T.J. provide insight on lobbying to move the location of the spotters stand after a treacherous Truck Series race. Contact with Alex Bowman forced an unscheduled pit stop for Clint Bowyer on Sunday. Brett discusses why a substitute spotter is to blame. Brad Keselowski took Ryan Blaney out while racing for the lead and the guys react. The Xfinity Series used a no live pit stops format at Road America. Despite being a cost-saving measure, the gang shares why it was an epic failure. Erik Jones said he was blindsided by losing his ride at Joe Gibbs Racing. The guys dive into JGR’s history of firing drivers. It’s off to the Daytona Road Course for the inaugural NASCAR tripleheader. Hear how spotters and drivers are preparing to race on a new course without any practice.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Aug 10, 2020
185 - I Said Inside!
Our spotter gang is back in studio after race day at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Brett Griffin responds to Jimmie Johnson asking if Clint Bowyer has a spotter during Sunday’s Cup Series race, Freddie Kraft analyzes Matt Kenseth’s struggles and T.J. Majors just wants a foot rub. Along with co-host Casey Boat and producer Jason Schultz, the crew covers drivers placing blame on other people, Bowyer battling Ryan Blaney right to the finish and Bubba Wallace being offered ownership stake at Richard Petty Motorsports and where his future may be. Plus, an all-new Xfinity Fast Lane speed trivia game debuts as the guys battle it out to prove who’s the smartest. As silly season begins to sizzle, find out which team held a secret meeting about a vacant ride for 2021. Lastly, hear about the latest way two teams skirted NASCAR’s rules and the penalty they received.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Aug 03, 2020
184 - Suck It Up, Buttercup!
T.J. Majors is recording live from Charleston, South Carolina and Brett Griffin comes to you wishing he was in South Carolina. Our spotter duo covers everything from the Thursday night Cup race and the rest of the weekend at Kansas Speedway. Along with co-host Casey Boat and producer Jason Schultz, they explain why Kansas produced the best 1.5-mile track competition in a long time, react to Denny Hamlin saying he is winning with his mind over his talent and call one driver out for being too aggressive. After scoring loops reverted back to a different leader late in Saturday’s Xfinity Series race, the guys plead for a new system. NASCAR announced the remainder of 2020 will be run without practice and qualifying. Our spotter duo weighs the pros and cons of that decision and talk through how it will impact the remaining schedule. After the latest mid-week race, should NASCAR implement more next year? The gang debates. Plus, if Kyle Busch and Lewis Hamilton swapped rides, who would perform better? We discuss that, T.J. vacationing with Dale Jr., unique spotter setups, and more.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jul 27, 2020
183 - Full of Excuses
An action-packed week of racing at the Bristol All-Star Race and Texas Motor Speedway left plenty for T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft and Brett Griffin to cover. The spotting trio responds to Michael McDowell turning Bubba Wallace in the All-Star Open and the ensuing crowd reaction, how the choose cone rule played out and where the race should head next. On Sunday at Texas, Austin Dillon pulled off the upset victory and the gang discusses the winning call coming from Richard Childress Racing’s command center and how no one could pass the No. 3 and 8 cars in the closing laps. Rookie Quin Houff made a gigantic mistake on Sunday by trying to pit from the middle of the track and triggered a violent crash. Freddie shares what he told Houff before the race and the guys reiterate the danger his lack of experience is posing on the track. Plus, thoughts on Denny Hamlin saying Speedway Motorsports Inc. has gone ‘rouge,’ Brad Keselowski’s graduation and demotion idea and another run-in for Noah Gragson in Saturday’s Xfinity Series race. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jul 20, 2020
182 - Bernard Pollard: Becoming a NASCAR Fan
It’s a big episode as Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft return from Kentucky Speedway to break down the weekend of racing and talk to Super Bowl champion and new NASCAR fan Bernard Pollard. First, the spotting trio discusses Noah Gragson’s right hook on Harrison Burton, Brad Keselowski turning Jimmie Johnson on a late restart and how Cole Custer triumphed in a wild finish. Plus, they explain why Kentucky put on a terrible race, how the traction compound impacted the competition and NASCAR’s inconsistent caution calls. Then, Pollard joins the show and discusses how he became a NASCAR fan, what he has learned so far and how racing can compare to football. Plus, the crew asks him if he’s ready to try a pit stop and take a ride along in a stock car. We also get his reaction to the racing he has witnessed so far, hear stories from his college and professional football playing days and learn more about his life after the NFL. Lastly, the All-Star Race will take place on Wednesday night at Bristol and the guys preview it. They debate whether or not Chase Elliott’s move from June would be legal now with a million dollars on the line, the underglow lights and the new number placement on the cars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jul 13, 2020
181 - Worst Place to Spot a Race
After a unique weekend of racing at the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway, T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft cover everything that went down. Along with co-host Casey Boat and producer Jason Schultz, the gang talks Jimmie Johnson sitting out after testing positive for COVID-19, blown tires and sickening hits in Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race and the scary pit road pileup. Social distancing requirements relocated the spotters at Indy and the views were not ideal. The guys explain where they spotted from and the obstructed views they experienced. After an exciting Xfinity Series race on the IMS road course, the crew debates whether it’s time for the Cup cars to abandon the oval or if the Brickyard 400 is fixable for the premiere series. The Bristol All-Star Race will utilize the choose cone and the guys talk through how it will impact the event. After last week’s episode of the Dale Jr. Download with Australian Paul Morris, T.J. sets the record straight on his test in a V8 Supercar during a trip to Australia. Plus, Casey’s dog Susan steals the show and offers Casey a glimpse into the future.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jul 06, 2020
180 - I Shift My Pants!
T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft have returned to the studio after a packed weekend of racing at Pocono Raceway. Along with co-host Casey Boat and producer Jason Schultz, they cover Ryan Blaney wrecking Kyle Busch, Bubba Wallace’s near miss avoiding Ryan Preece’s spin and Clint Bowyer and Alex Bowman’s door-banging sprint to the finish. Sunday’s Xfinity Series race produced heated tempers and multiple intentional wrecks. The guys breakdown Justin Haley’s aggressive driving penalty and Myatt Snider turning Noah Gragson, triggering a wreck in front of the entire field. A crash-filled Truck Series race included a scary impact for one driver and the gang explains who it was and what happened. Rick Hendrick drove 115 mph in a boat with Denny Hamlin and Jeff Gordon, would our spotters go along for the ride too? They answer. NASCAR returns to Indianapolis this weekend and stock cars will use the road course for the very first time. The guys explain what to expect and if it’s in the Cup Series’ future too. Plus, Casey gets more parenting advice and find out which spotter painted his toenails for good luck.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jun 29, 2020
179 - We've Got Each Other's Backs
Talladega is in the books and our spotters T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft are back to break down the wild racing on the track and the emotional moment off the track. Bubba Wallace’s spotter Freddie describes his emotions watching pre-race play out and details their strong performance. Along with substitute co-host Hannah Newhouse, the gang talks Ryan Blaney body slamming Erik Jones at the line to win, Joey Logano’s block on Chase Elliott that triggered a wreck and crazy saves that drivers made throughout Monday’s race. Plus, find out which spotter got hit by a flying trash can when the winds picked up on the spotters stand. The guys react to a Steve O’Donnell tweet about 3 p.m. race start times and question why races start so late. Plus, find out what they all think about changing the number location on the cars for the July All-Star Race. Kyle Larson has been dominating the dirt track racing scene and his future in NASCAR is debated during the #AskDBC segment. Plus, find out which food would coerce these guys into a trap.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jun 24, 2020
178 – Cole Pearn: We Did Things Our Own Way
A busy week of racing at Martinsville and Homestead-Miami is in the books and our spotting trio of T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft are here to relive it all. Plus, Martin Truex Jr.’s former crew chief and everyone’s favorite Twitter follow Cole Pearn joins the show to discuss his success with Truex Jr., his thoughts on the current competition and his hilarious tweets. As Chase Elliott and Denny Hamlin battled for the win Sunday night at Homestead, Joey Logano found himself in the mix as a lapped car. The gang discusses what role Logano may have played in deciding the outcome and if it was payback from Bristol. Bubba Wallace wasn’t happy with Clint Bowyer during a restart at Martinsville and their two spotters debate who was right and who was wrong. July’s All-Star Race is changing tracks and the guys have the inside scoop on where it’s headed. NASCAR President Steve Phelps said 80 percent of fans enjoy the current intermediate Cup Series aero package. The gang does not agree and explains why skewed fan surveys may have created that statistic. Is it time to loosen some COVID-19 restrictions at the race track? The guys discuss why it’s time to let the teams celebrate in Victory Lane again.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jun 16, 2020
177 - I Don't Know!
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.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jun 08, 2020
176 - Getting Destroyed for the Lead
Another wild week of racing is in the books and T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft and Brett Griffin return from Bristol to cover it all. They discuss Chase Elliott and Joey Logano’s crash while battling for the lead, their masked argument afterwards, and the potential brewing of a new rivalry. A recent Kyle Busch tweet has the guys talking about the abundance of intentional spins. Chase Elliott took a bow after beating Kyle Busch in last week’s truck race and the guys are excited to see Elliott showing more personality. Denny Hamlin made some interesting comments about Chevy potentially having an advantage right now and our spotting trio responds. Plus, the gang reacts to the news of Nashville Superspeedway being given a NASCAR Cup Series race in 2021. Then, it’s to Hotlanta this weekend for a slick summertime race on the old surface and the guys look ahead.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jun 03, 2020
175 - Chase Briscoe: An Emotional Victory
Two more races are in the books and Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft, along with co-host Casey Boat and producer Jason Schultz, return to discuss everything that went down at Darlington and Charlotte. Darlington Xfinity Series winner Chase Briscoe joins the gang to discuss his emotional victory last week, beating Kyle Busch, his career as a spotter agent and an actual spotter, and his expectations for the remainder of the season. Afterwards, the guys discuss Chase Elliott flipping off Kyle Busch at Darlington, Denny Hamlin saying he’ll send around anybody that wrecks him, and what the next best NASCAR rivalry could be. Next, they cover the late pit calls in the World 600, Denny Hamlin’s car losing ballast, drivers not all sweating after the longest race of the season, and the impact of lapped cars and why Joey Gase saved the race. Plus, why Brett wants to dynamite Charlotte Motor Speedway’s surface and wants an official NASCAR weather person.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
May 25, 2020
174 - Tyler Reddick: Ripping the Top
Racing returned on Sunday at Darlington Raceway and Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft, and special guest and standout Cup Series rookie Tyler Reddick are back to cover the first race in over two months. They discuss Reddick’s impressive run, his knack for running the high side, having a rookie Cup crew chief, and what T.J. taught him as his spotter in trucks. Plus, the spotter trio discusses misleading information about their social distancing practices, Jimmie Johnson wrecking while leading, the problematic Blue-Emu banner, Ryan Newman and Matt Kenseth’s returns, and more. The guys then divulge information about spotter pee breaks and the speed trap on the way to the race track. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
May 19, 2020
173 - Be a Racer
It’s race week once again and Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft will be back to work this Sunday. Ahead of NASCAR’s return at Darlington, they cover the advantage some spotters may have, the breakdown of a team’s roster, restrictions placed on win celebrations, and how spotters will communicate. Chicagoland Speedway’s future is in question and the guys share what they’ve heard including the track’s valuable land, potential for a downtown Chicago street course and sponsor fallout from leaving the Chicago market. Darlington has produced nine consecutive different winners, will that streak continue in the next two events? The guys debate. Brett discusses the massive opportunity NASCAR has this weekend and why young drivers need to deliver and put on a big show. Plus, the spotting duo share tales from their family beach trip and why they may have to dodge drones this weekend. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
May 12, 2020
172 – Can’t Have Anything Go Bad
NASCAR’s return to racing is set at Darlington Raceway and Door Bumper Clear covers what to expect. Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft discuss racing without practice and qualifying, the 16-person team limit, isolating spotters in the grandstands, if pre-race technical inspection is necessary, tracks losing races, and more. Plus, they explain how this race-only format will showcase the best and most talented teams and hurt smaller teams like Richard Petty Motorsports. With no qualifying, the guys share ideas on how to set the starting lineups. NASCAR awarded Matt Kenseth and Ryan Newman playoff waivers and the gang debates whether that was the right move. Upcoming midweek prime time races will present a unique opportunity for NASCAR and Brett shares how the sport can attract new fans. Plus, an argument about who can run the fastest 40-yard dash breaks out on this all-new episode.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
May 04, 2020
171 – Didn’t See This One Coming
Discussions of returning to the race track are picking up and Door Bumper Clear is here to breakdown where and how that will happen. T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin, Freddie Kraft, Casey Boat, and Jason Schultz cover what changes will be visible during a race including pit stops, race lengths and where spotters are located. Where will the races take place? The gang discusses what tracks are in play and which races will be hosted. Chip Ganassi Racing announced Matt Kenseth will take over the No. 42 car and the guys react to that news. Clint Bowyer made it to the lead of the iRacing race at Talladega before he blew a virtual motor and we can’t believe it. Plus, Xfinity Fast Lane debates include if the yellow line rule is still necessary at plate tracks and which driver/crew chief combination would create the modern dream team. Brett learns what a babymoon is and Freddie recalls the time he cost his dad a lot of money. These stories and more on this all-new episode.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Apr 27, 2020
170 - The World's Listening
The gang returns after a hot week of NASCAR news involving Kyle Larson, rumors surrounding when racing will return and much more. Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft, Casey Boat, and Jason Schultz cover the fallout concerning Kyle Larson plus how iRacing driver audio is heard publicly, Chip Ganassi Racing’s next steps and Larson’s future. NASCAR is eager to return to the race track and the crew shares updates on what is being done to make that happen and what a race will now look like. It’s never too early to discuss silly season and the guys share their predictions on who will inherit Jimmie Johnson’s ride next season. Seeing drivers dish out payback never gets old and the gang talks the best examples of payback ever. It’s NFL Draft Week and to throw a racing spin on it, the guys draft their own driver lineup. Plus, they debate which NASCAR season would make for the best documentary.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Apr 20, 2020
169 – Timmy Hill & Garrett Smithley: Kicking Y’all’s Ass!
From underdogs on the race track to iRacing superstars, Timmy Hill and Garrett Smithley join Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft, Casey Boat and Jason Schultz to discuss their success in the virtual world. Timmy explains how he celebrated after winning at Texas last weekend, racing with a small unit and giving Clint Bowyer pointers. Garrett shares about his string of good runs, leaning out of his seat and how he scored a ride in the Brickyard 400 through an iRacing sponsor. Plus, the gang covers Jimmie Johnson calling out T.J., the Next Gen car’s delayed rollout in 2022, a tentative schedule for returning to racing, and Daniel Suarez v.s. Kyle Larson. Bubba Wallace’s rage quit made headlines on Twitter on Sunday and the DBC gang provides the lowdown on his upset sponsor. Plus, which two drivers would make for the most competitive one-on-one race? That question and more are answered in this week’s episode.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Apr 06, 2020
168 - William Byron & Elliott Sadler: The Student Becomes the Teacher
Former JR Motorsports teammates William Byron and Elliott Sadler join Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft, Casey Boat, and Jason Schultz to cover everything from iRacing to learning blackjack. Byron discusses his performance in Sunday’s Pro Invitational Series race, how long it took him to calm down after the loss and whether he will dish out payback next week. Sadler catches us up on retired life and his eagerness to learn from Byron and start iRacing. Plus the gang covers T.J. spotting for Dale Jr. and missing the first 15 laps, Timmy Hill’s big win and Daniel Suarez vs Ty Dillon. A Coronavirus schedule shakeup creates the first NASCAR/IndyCar doubleheader at Indianapolis in July and the guys react. Have the spotters ever told their drivers to shut up and drive? That questioned gets answered along with much more.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Mar 31, 2020
167 - I Would Have Fenced Him!
The first quarantine episode of Door Bumper Clear brings you Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft, Casey Boat, and Jason Schultz from their homes as they discuss the latest Coronavirus news impacting NASCAR and Sunday’s iRacing Pro Invitational. NASCAR announced the postponement of all events until May and the sport’s intention to make up all races before the playoffs, and the gang reacts. While T.J. spotted the iRacing event, Brett and Freddie participated in a live stream broadcast while enjoying some beverages and talk all about it. Plus, they cover the close finish between Denny Hamlin and Dale Jr. Brett tried his hand at iRacing and tells us how it went. In Xfinity Fast Lane, the guys debate which driver would make the best crew chief, the status of the Next Gen car’s 2021 debut, former racers they’d like to see on iRacing, which Cup driver could succeed in IndyCar, and NASCAR’s equivalent of Tom Brady’s move. Lastly, Freddie explains how he survived coming home to his wife after last week’s show and Casey’s dog Susan makes multiple appearances and has a lot to say.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Mar 23, 2020
166 - Are You Being Held Against Your Will?
The Door Bumper Clear gang returns following an eventful week of the NASCAR industry dealing with the fallout from the Coronavirus. Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft, and Jason Schultz discuss the initial postponement of two races, traveling to Atlanta on Friday when NASCAR made the decision and the concept of racing without fans in the stands. Plus, they cover what NASCAR should do given the recent CDC recommendation and why it’s difficult for spotters to sit out when they are sick. T.J. organized the iRacing “Replacements 100” race on Sunday that featured numerous drivers and popular racing personalities, and he shares what went into making the race happen. Xfinity debuts its sponsorship of “Fast Lane” and the guys share the changes and answer your Ask DBC questions in rapid fire style. Plus, a question about awkward dates the guys have been on leads Freddie to deliver one of the funniest stories in DBC history.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Mar 17, 2020
165 – Keep on Winning
Four races into the 2020 NASCAR season and Door Bumper Clear picked up its second victory as Joey Logano and T.J. Majors brought home the win from Phoenix Raceway. T.J. joins Brett Griffin, Freddie Kraft, Casey Boat, and Jason Schultz to discuss everything from another winning weekend. Major changes were made to improve the quality of racing at Phoenix and they discuss the details and why it all worked. Wild restarts make spotting a challenge in the desert and the guys explain how they guide their drivers through the chaos. Ty Gibbs wore sunglasses during his post-ARCA race interview on Friday night and Brett called him out on Twitter, and he shares why he didn’t like it. NASCAR announced the 2021 Busch Clash will run on the Daytona road course and Brett discusses why he thinks the drivers won’t want to race it. Freddie’s driver Bubba Wallace got back on the lead lap by the end of Sunday’s race and Freddie shares Bubba’s hilarious reaction. Plus, Brett tells the story of the time he called the manager of a restaurant while sitting at a table, and much more.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Mar 09, 2020
164 – Racing for Their Lives
NASCAR’s annual trip to Auto Club Speedway is complete and T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft, Casey Boat, and Jason Schultz come to you after the weekend of racing to break it all down. They discuss Alex Bowman’s win and what it could mean for his future, another strong run foiled late for Ryan Blaney and Harrison Burton silencing all the haters by winning the Xfinity Series race. Angry drivers were a hot topic on Sunday and our spotters discuss how they really react to being told to relay a message to another competitor. After winning Sunday’s pole, Clint Bowyer celebrated at Hooters where he was pranked by his spotter Brett Griffin, and Freddie shares that story. Plus, they look at a major change coming on the Next Gen car and how the altered aero package will perform in its debut this weekend at Phoenix.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Mar 02, 2020
163 – Spotter Problems and Vegas Stories
T.J. Majors picked up Door Bumper Clear’s first victory of 2020 with Joey Logano at Las Vegas and steps right off the redeye flight to talk all about it with Brett Griffin, Casey Boat, and Jason Schultz. Majors describes the final restart and strategy call that led the No. 22 team to victory, Ryan Blaney giving the win away and the most lead changes at Las Vegas in over a decade. Plus, they cover Kevin Harvick placing a bounty on Kyle Busch, debate the need for qualifications to compete at NASCAR’s top levels and discuss what went wrong for Toyota on Sunday. Griffin details his tough day on the track but fun nights out on the town, including hanging out with Kid Rock. After announcing her pregnancy, Casey reveals her cravings and the boys help her with baby names. Now it’s off to California and they share what to expect on track this weekend.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Feb 24, 2020
162 - Throwing Blocks and Swiping Right
A wild Speedweeks has concluded and Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft, Casey Boat and Jason Schultz are back from Daytona to cover it all. They react to Ryan Newman’s terrifying last lap crash and share their vantage point of the accident. President Trump’s presence at the race increased the hype and they highlight the significance of his appearance. Plus, they discuss the events from the entire week of racing including drivers throwing blocks and having bigger runs than ever before, Daniel Suarez blaming his spotter for a duel wreck and Kevin Harvick’s contract extension. As NASCAR now heads to Las Vegas, they preview Ross Chastain filling in for Newman, racing with no fear, expectations for the aero package this season and much more.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Feb 19, 2020
161 - Put On A Show
Brett Griffin got a job, T.J. Majors shaved his neck, Freddie Kraft’s hungover, Casey Boat’s mad at TJ, and Jason Schultz now works full-time. Door Bumper Clear returns for season five and picks up right where they left off. Freddie joins the gang as they recap their off-seasons that included ski trips, drunk FaceTimes and more. Then, they react to major NASCAR news including Jimmie Johnson’s final full-time year, Cole Pearn’s departure, aero package changes, stage length adjustments, new crew chiefs, the Truck Series playoff expansion and more. It’s now onto Speedweeks at Daytona as they preview drafting strategies, relive their first Daytona 500s as spotters and prepare to start a new season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Feb 03, 2020
160 - Homestead Hangover
Three champions are crowned and the 2019 NASCAR season is in the books. T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft returned from Homestead-Miami to discuss the final race weekend of the year in this season four finale episode. Kyle Busch, Tyler Reddick and Matt Crafton hoisted the title trophies and the guys breakdown all three of their performances, seasons and futures. Plus, Denny Hamlin and Martin Truex Jr.’s pit road mistakes, an easy race strategy and a strong close to the season for Clint Bowyer are covered from Sunday. Toyota dominated all season long and the guys debate whether or not they may have an advantage right now. The age-old question of how a spotter uses the bathroom during the race is answered and find out which spotter had to relieve another spotter over the weekend. A dramatic and eventful 2019 season is now history and the guys reflect back on their years. Another silly season piece fell into place over the weekend and the 2020 Cup rookie of the year battle is previewed. Plus, hear the biggest accomplishments of the decade, way too early 2020 title picks and all the details from Sunday night’s season-ending party.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Nov 19, 2019
159 - If We Could Have Gotten There
Championship week has arrived and to review Phoenix and preview Homestead-Miami, Brett Griffin and T.J. Majors are joined by Bubba Wallace’s spotter Freddie Kraft. Before discussing Sunday’s race, they cover the hefty penalty and fine Wallace received over the weekend. After entering Phoenix above the cutoff line, Joey Logano was eliminated after Denny Hamlin won the penultimate race of 2019. Majors discusses what went wrong and what could have been if the No. 22 team made the Championship 4. Drivers expressed their frustrations with the quality of racing on Sunday and concern mounted for next year’s championship race at Phoenix. The gang discusses why fire alarms should be going off at NASCAR to improve the on-track product. Three champions will be crowned this weekend and the guys share what to expect in each race, the impact the 2019 aero package will have in the Cup Series finale and who will win each title. Plus, Michael Waltrip’s documentary “In the Blink of an Eye” stirs up emotions and memories from 2001.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Nov 12, 2019
158 - It’s Not Over Until It’s Over
TJ Majors and Brett Griffin return from Texas Motor Speedway to cover the weekend in racing. Added traction compound to the racing surface caused numerous crashes on Sunday and the guys discuss the use of it and if more was applied unannounced. Bubba Wallace’s spin to bring out the 11th caution in the Cup race stirred some controversy, prompting a debate about drivers intentionally spinning to bring out the yellow flag. NASCAR and F1 both hosted races in Texas on Sunday and the optics of it are discussed. Tony Stewart said he wants to fight Denny Hamlin and Joey Logano together, his chances of winning and favorite Stewart fights are shared. This weekend’s race in Phoenix will decide the Championship 4, who will earn the final two spots and expectations for how the race will unfold sets the scene for the penultimate race of the season. Plus, TJ discusses test driving a Tesla, the gang shares which candy they can’t live without and much more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Nov 05, 2019
157 - Racing Hard vs. Racing Stupid
The playoff intensity level increased Sunday at Martinsville Speedway and TJ Majors, Brett Griffin, Casey Boat and Jason Schultz have a lot to say after it all went down. TJ explains the on-track incident that led to the post-race altercation between Denny Hamlin and Joey Logano, he and Brett discuss the involvement of the pit crew in the scuffle and how these incidents should be handled moving forward. They cover Todd Gilliland telling Kyle Busch to stay in his motorhome after Gilliland’s first career truck series victory on Saturday, Aric Almirola saying he’ll make it hell for Busch in the final three races and Clint Bowyer’s team changing the wrong tire after pitting with a flat. It’s Holla-ween week and the gang shares their costumes and plans before looking ahead to this weekend’s races in Texas.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Oct 28, 2019
156 - You're Five-Wide!
After a wild playoff weekend at Kansas, Brett Griffin, TJ Majors, Casey Boat, and Jason Schultz react to tempers flaring on Saturday, Cup Series eliminations and heading to Martinsville. After an eventful Xfinity Series race at Kansas, the guys discuss Garrett Smithley and the leaders crashing and Tyler Reddick vs Cole Custer. Both spotters had intense races on Sunday as Joey Logano crashed late and barely avoided elimination while Clint Bowyer failed to advance. They discuss their performances plus Chase Elliott edging out Brad Keselowski for the final Round of 8 spot, Denny Hamlin letting Jimmie Johnson get his lap back and the ARCA cars qualifying faster than the Cup cars. Plus, the gang shares the latest silly season moves and scary freak injuries. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Oct 21, 2019
155 - Talladega Aftermath
A wild Monday race at Talladega Superspeedway provided plenty for T.J. Majors, Brett Griffin, Casey Boat and Jason Schultz to cover. NASCAR’s controversial rulings on running below the yellow line on the final lap, the manufacturers drafting strategy and a return of tandem drafting are discussed. Also, TJ shares why Joey Logano and Alex Bowman’s contact triggered the first big crash of the race. Brett explains why Clint Bowyer lost two laps when his car became stuck on the banking. Ross Chastain announced his 2020 plans and the gang has the scoop. Plus, expectations heading to the second elimination race at Kansas, reaction to jumping into fire on Talladega Blvd and much more.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Oct 15, 2019
154 - Chris Rice: Too Smart for the Roof
Kaulig Racing President Chris Rice joins the gang to discuss his racing career, Kaulig’s origins and the 2020 rule changes. Then after Dover, they breakdown Joey Logano racing multiple laps down, Denny Hamlin’s comments about Logano, the difficulty of passing on Sunday, and Kyle Larson breaking his winless streak. Now headed to Talladega, the two spotters on the outside of the playoff cutoff line discuss their nerves, the importance of teamwork and the need to execute on Sunday.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Oct 08, 2019
153 - Jeff Gluck: One-Time Spotter, Journalist Extraordinaire
Jeff Gluck from joins the gang after a wild Charlotte ROVAL race. First, they discuss the changing NASCAR media landscape, Jeff spotting a race, being called to the NASCAR hauler, and the origins of the tweetup. Then, they cover everything from Sunday’s race including Alex Bowman vs Bubba Wallace, Chase Elliott’s signature performance, Clint Bowyer advancing to the Round of 12, Ryan Newman being eliminated, inconsistent caution calls, the Ricky Stenhouse Jr. news, and Brett as Alexa.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Oct 01, 2019
152 - Behind the Scenes with NASCAR’s Kip Childress
Assistant NASCAR Cup Series Director and pace car driver Kip Childress joins the show to explain his role, how he began working in racing, behind-the-scenes elements of race weekends and more. Then, Kip and the gang cover Erik Jones’ disqualification at Richmond, Martin Truex Jr. spinning and winning, Alex Bowman calling out Austin Dillon, Wrecky Spinhouse, Tyler Reddick’s future, ROVAL elimination race expectations and a peek at upcoming changes for the sport.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Sep 24, 2019
151 - Outhouse to the Penthouse
The DBC gang returns from Las Vegas to cover an action packed weekend in Sin City.  They discuss Kyle Busch running into the Garrett Smithley, Daniel Suarez‘s contact with Joey Logano, Matt DiBenedetto’s new ride, drivers caring what their peers think and roughing up the competition at Richmond.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Sep 16, 2019
150 - Philosophical and Hungover
Brett and Freddie are celebrating after Indy as Clint Bowyer made the playoffs and Bubba Wallace finished third. They talk their days, Jimmie Johnson missing the playoffs, Mike Harmon vs Michael Annett, Elliott Sadler’s last ride and $250 jorts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Sep 10, 2019
149 - Spotter Takeover!
A trio of spotters takes over the show after Darlington to discuss the playoff bubble, Daniel Suarez vs Ryan Newman, Dale Jr.’s Xfinity Series return, Denny Hamlin’s Saturday disqualification, racing wide open at Indy and spotting the wrong car.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Sep 04, 2019
148 - Timmy Hill: Brett's Best Friend
Timmy Hill joins the gang after a standout Bristol performance. They cover Matt DiBenedetto passing Ryan Newman, Natalie Decker’s radio, back half of the field struggles, working harder than top drivers, best Bristol racing ever and swallowing bugs.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Aug 20, 2019
147 - Joey Logano: Flashed and Flipped Off
Joey Logano joins the gang to talk being flashed and flipped off, almost stealing TJ from Dale Jr., little Joey at JGR, and awkward pace truck rides. Plus, Brett and TJ cover Clint Bowyer playing defense, cars running out of gas at Michigan and more.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Aug 13, 2019
146 - Payback and Love Letters
Freddie Kraft returns after Bubba Wallace turns Kyle Busch at Watkins Glen to discuss that with the gang and Jimmie Johnson vs Ryan Blaney, Justin Allgaier vs Ross Chastain, and AJ Allmendinger’s DQ while Brett takes on the Clemson football.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Aug 05, 2019
Bonus: DBC Live from Pocono
A live taping of Door Bumper Clear at Pocono Raceway ahead of the Gander RV 400. TJ and Brett cover spotting the wrong cars, Dale Jr.’s 2014 Pocono sweep, when TJ stopped spotting Dale Jr. for 30 laps and answer live fan questions.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Aug 02, 2019
145 - Tighty Whities & Visine Sandwiches
Brett is back after Pocono and the gang discusses Ricky Stenhouse Jr. turning Kurt Busch, Daniel Suarez vs Bubba Wallace, Suarez’s restart penalty, Ross Chastain winning again, Jimmie Johnson’s crew chief change, visine sandwiches and more.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jul 30, 2019
144 - Stand Your Ground
Race winning spotter Tim Fedewa returns after Kevin Harvick’s New Hampshire victory. He and TJ cover the battle for the win, brake checking the field on restarts, Denny Hamlin calling out spotters, Paul Menard vs Harrison Burton and speeding tickets. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jul 23, 2019
143 - Race Like an Idiot
Kevin Harvick’s spotter Tim Fedewa joins the gang after Kentucky to talk his racing career, the Busch brothers battling for the win, Joey Logano falling from 1st to 7th in overtime, Natalie Decker’s hat toss and tossing a sandwich off the roof.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jul 16, 2019
142 - One Block Only
The gang relives everything from Daytona including Brad Keselowski not lifting, blocking and Sunday’s big one, Justin Haley’s upset victory, NASCAR’s lightning policy, Ross Chastain’s win and being arrested without explanation.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jul 08, 2019
141 - Living Like Rockstars
Chicagoland provided plenty for the gang to discuss including Alex Bowman’s win, Kyle Busch blocking Joey Logano, Austin Hill vs Grant Enfinger, when to throw cautions, the final July Daytona race, a spotter in the TV booth and new sponsor Offerpad. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jul 02, 2019
140 - The Ross Chastain Way
Ross Chastain joins the show after his Truck Series win at Gateway. He and the gang cover his Iowa disqualification, Sonoma’s carousel, no natural cautions on Sunday, Johnny Sauter’s suspension, how to prove yourself in racing and throwing birds.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jun 25, 2019
139 - Win At All Costs
Michigan winning spotter TJ Majors, Brett Griffin, Hannah Newhouse and Jason Schultz cover Joey Logano’s dominant win, 5 p.m. start time, jumping the final restart, Greg Biffle’s truck victory, Hailie Deegan’s move and new partner Pristine Auction.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jun 12, 2019
138 - Jumping Off Boats and Chugging Champagne
Brett returns from Clint Bowyer’s birthday on a yacht and joins TJ, Casey, and Jason to discuss the lack of passing at Pocono, Kyle Larson vs Clint Bowyer, racing being a mind game now, hybrid race cars, best dad jokes, pickup lines and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jun 03, 2019
137 - Flippy Floppies & Purple Sunburn
A long World 600 provided the gang plenty to cover including JGR’s blown tires, Martin Truex Jr. asking David Ragan to move to the rear, no caution for debris on Saturday, potential for an IndyCar/NASCAR doubleheader, bets with a six-year-old and more.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
May 28, 2019
136 - Run Him Through the Grass!
Freddie Kraft is back with the gang after Bubba Wallace’s big All-Star night to discuss his performance, Clint Bowyer vs Ryan Newman, fighting with a helmet on, shortening the World 600, Kyle Larson’s next move and spotter bathroom breaks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
May 21, 2019
135 - Get Outta My Way!
The gang welcomes Hannah Newhouse back to spill the dirt on her douchebag comment from Bristol. She and the guys then discuss Erik Jones blocking Clint Bowyer, the restart lineup debacle, Ross Chastain’s truck win and All-Star Race expectations.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
May 13, 2019
134 - This Car Don’t Turnt!
The gang returns from rainy Dover to cover the Cup cars being too easy to drive, aero package criticism, the return of single car qualifying, Kevin Harvick’s millennial car, best post-race parties and be pranked by JRM360.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
May 08, 2019
133 - Partying on Talladega Boulevard
Karsyn Elledge joins the gang after a wild weekend at Talladega to talk more horsepower for the Cup cars, the timing of the last lap caution, manufacturer team meetings, NASCAR racing in Mexico, hottest drivers and partying in the Talladega infield.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Apr 30, 2019
132 - Stop Complaining About Attendance!
Freddie Kraft, TJ Majors, Casey Boat and Jason Schultz breakdown Richmond, Joey Logano not moving Martin Truex Jr. to win, rumored qualifying changes, moving over for teammates, best NASCAR comebacks, more horsepower at Talladega, Freddie’s half marathon and more.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Apr 15, 2019
131 - Heated Toilet Seats & Burning Couches
AP reporter Jenna Fryer joins the gang to discuss her Darrell Waltrip article and the state of the NASCAR media before talking Bristol, Joey Logano and Clint Bowyer’s run-in, Brad Keselowski’s penalty, outrageous hotel prices and heated toilet seats. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Apr 08, 2019
130 - A Schedule Genius
The 2020 schedule shakeup, another qualifying controversy, Denny Hamlin catching fire and much more from the gang. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Apr 01, 2019
129 - The Bob Pockrass Tell-All
Bob Pockrass joins the gang to dish on his job and discuss Martinsville, tires lasting 3,000 laps, schedule rumors, hickeys and plenty more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Mar 25, 2019
128 - Glee Club and the Kool-Aid Man
The qualifying debacle, slower speeds for the Cup cars, racing down a cylinder and grading the aero package has the gang fired up after California. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Mar 18, 2019
127 - Big Trees and Spanish Accents
Suarez vs. McDowell, five-wide Phoenix restarts, airport driver fights, Elliott Sadler’s lose car in Talladega, port-a-potty’s on the roof and more Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Mar 11, 2019
126 - The Truffle Shuffle
Race winning spotter TJ details Joey Logano’s victory before the gang discusses the new aero package, group qualifying, Brett and Freddie’s date night with Gwen Stefani plus more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Mar 05, 2019
125 - The Spotter Game Is Changing
How a new aero package is changing the game of spotting. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Feb 26, 2019
124 - Tequila Shots and Motorboats
TJ returned from Disney, Brett brought tequila, Casey got married and Jason turned 21! The season debut episode with guest Freddie Kraft breaks down Daytona, previews group qualifying with the new aero package and includes birthday shots.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Feb 18, 2019
123 - We Are the Champions!
Brett, Freddie, Jason and Cup Series championship spotter TJ Majors reflect on the title race, after-party and blowing motors before covering Brad Keselowski’s role in the final caution, Elliott Sadler’s finale, needing to honor Kasey Kahne and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Nov 20, 2018
122 - Grinning Like a Possum
Tito’s Vodka and Freddie Kraft join the gang after Phoenix to discuss Kevin Harvick advancing to Homestead despite the penalty, Brett meeting Timmy Hill, favorite Elliott Sadler memories, Joey Logano and TJ’s championship chances and more.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Nov 12, 2018
121 - I’m a Little T-Pot!
Freddie Kraft joins TJ “T-pot,” Casey and Jason after Texas to cover Aric Almirola’s comments on Joey Logano, Kyle Busch trying to wreck Bubba Wallace, ride swaps with other racers, Championship 4 predictions and the best Brett Griffin stories.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Nov 05, 2018
120 - Helicopter Dads
The gang is joined by Brett’s daughter Jovi and dog Layla to celebrate Joey Logano and TJ’s Martinsville victory, react to the bump and run, debate potential schedule changes, share their Halloween costumes plus more.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Oct 29, 2018
119 - G’day, Mate!
Brett, TJ and Jason relive Kansas and cover making the Round of 8, an eventful Xfinity Series race, the unfair playoff points advantage, potential for NASCAR in Australia, World Series predictions and Martinsville’s Dutch Inn. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Oct 22, 2018
118 - Most Punchable Face in NASCAR
The whole gang is in studio after Talladega, including TJ, to discuss the Ford teamwork strategy, no final lap caution, Jimmie Johnson and Chad Knaus splitting up, best Kasey Kahne memories, the most punchable face in NASCAR, spending 30 hours in a coffin and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Oct 15, 2018
117 - My Best Friend Tito
Brett, Casey, Jason and Freddie Kraft cover Clint Bowyer’s problems at Dover, the 2019 rules package, flipping race car drivers off, Chase Elliott’s chances to reach Homestead, singing for 36 hours, pressure at Talladega and more.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Oct 08, 2018
116 - Spelling Lessons and Phone Drops
The gang is joined by’s Kelly Crandall after the Charlotte ROVAL race to cover the wild finish, playoff eliminations, the 2019 rules package, Round of 12 predictions, Noah Gragson joining JRM, betting at Dover and more.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Oct 01, 2018
115 - Climax Corner
Brett, Casey and Jason are back along with Freddie Kraft, filling in for TJ, to cover Dale Jr.’s performance at Richmond, Ross Chastain’s rise, silly season rumors, Twitter emojis on racecars, Charlotte ROVAL expectations and strange fair food. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Sep 24, 2018
114 - Tales from the Bachelorette Party!
Freddie Kraft joins Brett, Casey and Matthew Dillner after Indy to hear about Casey’s bachelorette party and discuss the four-wide Xfinity Series stage finish, a possible return to Nashville and Rockingham, Round of 16 elimination predictions and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Sep 11, 2018
113 - Watch Out for This Guy
The gang is back together as Brett sets the record straight about Clint Bowyer’s Darlington crash before covering lapped traffic, Ross Chastain and Kevin Harvick, Elliott Sadler’s retirement, drivers as females, cussing in Myrtle Beach and more.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Sep 04, 2018
112 - Attack of the Praying Mantis
After Elliott Sadler stops by, Freddie Kraft returns as guest co-host to discuss an intense Bristol, Kyle Busch wrecking Martin Truex Jr., Kasey Kahne retiring, the racing wives TV show, a spotters reality show, food cravings and more.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Aug 20, 2018
111 - I'm Not Old!
TJ returns and joins Brett, old lady Casey and Matthew Dillner to cover NASCAR’s order on victory celebrations, Kyle Larson’s dirt racing comments, silly season rumors, the Brian France news and breaking out of a nursing home to attend one final concert. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Aug 13, 2018
110 - The Big Three
Bubba Wallace’s spotter Freddie Kraft joins Brett, Casey and Jason after a wild Watkins Glen to discuss Chase Elliott’s win, racing in the rain, Bill Elliott’s comeback, drunk antics at the Chili Bowl, bad dog names, Chinese freeze tag, plus more.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Aug 06, 2018
109 - Don’t Kick the Nuggets
The gang reunites after Pocono to cover Bubba Wallace’s scary crash, 13 cars failing qualifying inspection, seeing the All-Star Race package more in 2019, road course spotting and the great chicken wing debate. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jul 30, 2018
108 - Ticket to Bradland
Matthew Dillner joins Brett and Jason to discuss Kevin Harvick’s bump and run, the financial gap between big and small teams, a chaotic ROVAL test, more dirt track races, being a millionaire for 10 minutes and more.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jul 23, 2018
107 - Safety First!
Matthew Dillner joins shady TJ, convict Brett and seatbelt-less Jason to talk Ricky Stenhouse Jr. v.s. Kyle Busch, Kentucky’s sprinkler folly, underrated drivers, anticipation for Eldora, NASCAR’s best trash talkers, singalong Ubers and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jul 16, 2018
106 - Let's Go to Prison!
A wild Daytona left the gang plenty to cover including the carnage from Saturday night, Ricky Stenhouse Jr.’s performance, Erik Jones’ first career win, NASCAR’s yellow line call on Justin Haley, a lack of NASCAR star power, Brett’s prison resort and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jul 09, 2018
105 - Get In Your Feels
Karsyn Elledge joins the gang as they discuss the final lap drama from Chicagoland, Clint Bowyer’s speeding penalties, Kyle Busch’s cry baby face, rehydrating with pickle juice, college advice for Karsyn, fake IDs and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jul 03, 2018
104 - Three Dogs and a Podcast
Brett's dog keeps the gang company in studio as they cover Martin Truex Jr.'s fake pit call, the lack of winners in 2018, Kyle Larson's sprint car racing comments, a canceled restrictor plate package test at Indianapolis, Dale Jr. as a broadcaster, nerd shots, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jun 26, 2018
103 - Winning Shots
The gang is back together to celebrate Clint Bowyer’s Michigan win and discuss his performance, the Xfinity restrictor plate package, Kenseth’s struggles, the triple crown of NASCAR, getting tased, and being shot out of a cannon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jun 11, 2018
102 - Go Cut Some Firewood
One-time spotter Matthew Dillner again joins Brett and Jason to talk about the Xfinity aero package at Pocono, IndyCar pace car crash, Johnson and Knaus, problematic lapped traffic, illegal race winners, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jun 04, 2018
101 - Eye for an Eye
The greatest day in racing is complete! Matthew Dillner joins TJ, Brett and Jason to talk Kyle Busch’s accomplishment, the Indy 500, Xfinity restrictor plate package, racing on a street course, heart-shaped bathtubs, fan day show highlights, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
May 30, 2018
100 - Our 100th Show!
A wild All-Star Race left the gang plenty to discuss on the 100th episode. They cover the new rules package, Logano turning Larson, Kyle Busch’s truck comments, Roush on the front row, indoor water parks and pig latin. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
May 21, 2018
99 - Live From The Kiddie Pool
The gang is back together after Kansas to discuss Brett’s 5k, Larson and Blaney’s crash, rumors that NASCAR is for sale, All-Star Race expectations, stealing fajitas, and prom memories. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
May 14, 2018
98 - Pickleback Shots in Dover
Natalie fills in for Casey as she and the gang talk JRM’s 1-2 finish, drug testing, Danica’s comments on IndyCar versus NASCAR, pickle juice, speeding tickets, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
May 07, 2018
97 - Do You Want to Build a Snowman
TJ is fresh off his Talladega victory and relives the race with the gang before covering everything that went down at Talladega, Matt Kenseth’s return, NASCAR buying ARCA, qualifying without restrictor plates, overused words and Frozen costumes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Apr 30, 2018
96 - Place Your Bets
Natalie joins Brett, TJ and Jason to set the record straight on her boyfriends before discussing Richmond’s remodel, Kyle Busch and Dale Jr.’s podcast love fest, Sadler’s $100k, betting windows at race tracks, and the great dog debate. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Apr 23, 2018
95 - Sleet Pellets and Tarantulas
The gang covers TJ’s visit to the NASCAR hauler at Bristol, Brett dumping his girlfriend before prom, the arctic conditions at Bristol, no Cup drivers in the Xfinity race, Monster’s renewal, a OneMain Financial 200 ticket giveaway, eating tarantulas, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Apr 18, 2018
94 - Doing It at Bristol
TJ and Brett have unthawed from Texas to talk blown tires, Harvick’s missed penalty, restrictor plates at the All-Star Race, Bristol driver introduction songs, and phrases you can’t say at the Masters. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Apr 09, 2018
93 - I Ubered To Work
A Clint Bowyer victory at Martinsville left the gang plenty of reasons to celebrate! The winner and Elliott Sadler both call in, Brett recaps what he remembers from the party while he and TJ discuss prime time racing, a lack of success among younger drivers, blown motors and nice packages. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Mar 28, 2018
92 - This Is For Eazy
Brett hasn’t taken down his Christmas lights yet, TJ ordered a Coke at Hooters and that’s just the start. Matthew Dillner fills in after TJ leaves to cover the weekend rule change, JRM’s points dominance, Lowe’s leaving, beet juice, hot dogs and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Mar 19, 2018
91 - The Guy Who Really Won the Southern 500
A sleepless Brett joins T.J., Casey and Jason to discuss Harvick’s penalty and three-peat, Gordon’s Hall of Fame nomination, an executive on the spotters stand, dinosaurs on the dance floor plus more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Mar 12, 2018
90 - We Need a Hickey Meter
A busy weekend at Las Vegas provided the gang plenty to cover including Harvick’s dominance, lapped traffic, young prospects, babysitting, pigs and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Mar 05, 2018
89 - Catching Grasshoppers and Secondhand Smoke
A remote T.J. joins Brett, Casey and Jason after Atlanta to discuss Harvicking, garbage pit guns, throttle data, embarrassing injuries, heading to Las Vegas, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Feb 26, 2018
88 - See You on the Gram
Brett and TJ welcome new co-host Casey Haimes, call a fan, and talk a wild DAYTONA 500, JRM’s photo finish, American girl dolls, Bubba Wallace, pudding shots and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Feb 19, 2018
87 - Here We Go Again!
TJ and Brett return for season three as they initiate new producer Jason and recap their off-seasons before discussing Danica, roster changes, Kyle Busch’s comments, the Clash, peacocks, and make their Daytona 500 picks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Feb 05, 2018
86 - We Out!
TJ, Brett, and Josh are Kristen-less as they bring you the final episode of the season and talk JRM’s championship, Truex, Dale’s last ride, racing title contenders, Danica, and strange food. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Nov 20, 2017
85 - Fired Up for Homestead
With Phoenix in the rearview mirror, the gang gears up for championship weekend at Homestead and discusses payback, Kenseth’s win, ConSeaAir, topless beaches, and favorite Dale Jr. moments before sharing their title picks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Nov 13, 2017
84 - Coming to You Spotter
Texas, the Ross Chastain and Brendan Gaughan fight, spinning lapped cars, Frosty the Snowman and KB shares a story that leads to a crew guy named Giggles joining them in studio to discuss hickeys. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Nov 06, 2017
83 - That’s Short Track Racing
A wild Martinsville left the gang plenty to talk about including cycling, Denny and Chase, aggressive fans, jabs between Harvick and Blaney, Halloween costumes, chasing dreams, and drinking sweat. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Oct 30, 2017
82 - Magic Guns and Kissing Donkeys
No topic is off limits after Kansas as the gang discusses eating dog treats, heated radio chatter, rules, eliminations, flasks, and Championship 4 predictions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Oct 23, 2017
81 - The Big Reveal
The gang is out of control early in this episode. They cover the Talladega infield, Dale Jr.’s last plate race, Clint’s frustration, food poisoning, timeouts and superstitions before TJ announces his 2018 plans. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Oct 16, 2017
80 - Cheating in History Class
Krista Voda joins DBC to discuss rain at Charlotte, the grippy stuff, finding sponsors, broadcasting, Brett’s GPA and redneck engineering before sharing a poem with the gang. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Oct 09, 2017
79 - Stories From the Bar in Dover
After an interesting weekend at Dover, the gang talks what went down at the bar on Friday night, Gordon and Newman, eliminations, breaking news, losing current, and their worst plane experiences. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Oct 02, 2017
78 - Sliding into Your DM’s
It’s a full house and they talk Toyota’s domination, Logano on pit road, Kahne to the 95, peeing in the pool, Elliott Sadler impressions, seeing Misty in Dover and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Sep 25, 2017
77 - Nail in the Knee Cap
Brett, TJ, Natalie, and Josh discuss tires, speeding, fish sandwiches, screen names, and complaining on social media after an eventful weekend at Chicagoland. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Sep 18, 2017
76 - Cucumbered Wins and Chick Flicks
With two dogs, four humans, and three staples in the studio, the gang covers the ambulance on pit road, cheating, cell phone service, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Sep 11, 2017
75 - Running From the Cops
After Brett arrives late, he, TJ, and Kristen talk Cindric's move, Chase to the 9 and debate the commitment cone rule before interrupting bible study. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Sep 05, 2017
74 - Speaking Different Languages
It's a full house this week and the gang does their best to entertain after a Cup off-week. They discuss emails, roundabouts, stopped cars, pronunciation lessons, stolen dirt bikes, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Aug 29, 2017
73 - Drone Crashes and Twitter Creeping
Brett, TJ, and Natalie have a lot to say after Bristol. They talk Kyle Busch's sweep, betting at tracks, and bugs on the roof. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Aug 21, 2017
72 - The Shi Show
Brett, TJ, and KB are back together and they cover everything from Kevin Harvick's comments and Toyota sandbagging to stunts, cheese curds, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Aug 16, 2017
71 - A Crazy Few Days In NASCAR
Brett and TJ discuss NASCAR news over the last few days, funny names, and their picks for Michigan. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Aug 07, 2017
70 - Get Out Of The Fast Lane!
TJ, Brett and KB welcome XFINITY's latest winner, Ryan Preece. They talk about a little of everything; Ryan's career, driver changes, penalties, rumors, more fights, and slow drivers! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jul 31, 2017
69 - The Flying Sandwich
We all survived Indy and have some great stories to share. What really happened with the flying sandwich. KB hears she is a gamer. Josh has a burner phone. Brett and TJ talk about being humble in this sport. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jul 24, 2017
68 - Health Bars & Beet Juice
KB is finally back! TJ and Brett are exctied to have KB back on the show and catch her up on what she's missed. New Hampshire, Indy, penalties, driver changes, bike riding, health bars and some beet juice. The gang was all over the place on this episode! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jul 17, 2017
67 - Spotters Gone Wild
Brett and TJ are solo again this week, with KB missing, Josh takes over for her. The guys talk upgrades to Kentucky, soccer video games, and Lobsta. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jul 10, 2017
66 - TJ & Brett Takeover
TJ and Brett takeover DBC for the day and record from a mobile podcast unit at TJ’s house. They talk Daytona, this weekend’s race in Kentucky, and their upcoming video commercial debut that they forgot to dress up for and try passing the blame! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jul 05, 2017
65 - Half Way Done
Brett, TJ, and producer Josh talk wine country, Daytona, and rant about California motorcycle drivers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jun 26, 2017
64 - Blast From The Past
TJ, Brett and KB talk Michigan, wine country, and excessive burnouts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jun 19, 2017
63 - Heart-Shaped Bathtub
Back from Pocono, the DBC gang discusses the Tricky Triangle, Skid Row, and surprising winners. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jun 12, 2017
62 - Another One Climbs The Fence
Highlights from Dover, Ellipticals, the restart zone, and the latest rumor. TJ, Brett and KB give their thoughts and recap the entire weekend. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jun 05, 2017
61 - Orange Like Snooki
The greatest day in Motorsports has passed and the DBC gang reviews it all. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
May 30, 2017
60 - DBC is live from JRM Fan Day
The DBC gang talks Charlotte, Memorial Day, and some live #askDBC questions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
May 26, 2017
59 - DBC Goes LIVE at Whisky River!
DBC went live from Whisky River in Charlotte with special guest Clint Bowyer. Men in Spandex, All-Star memories and drinking, all on this epic episode! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
May 19, 2017
58 - Aftermath of Kansas
DBC gang discusses Bad Wrecks, Danica's Interview, and Fortune Cookies! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
May 15, 2017
57 - Shoe Game Strong
TJ, Brett, and KB talk Dega, comments from pit road, and answer some #AskDBC questions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
May 08, 2017
56 - DBC Goes Live...Sort of
Racing at Richmond, Questionable Calls, and details on the upcoming live podcast that will be held at Whisky River in Charlotte. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
May 01, 2017
55 - Battle to Stay on Topic
TJ, Brett, and KB discuss DEJ News, Bristol weekend, and Bull Riding! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Apr 26, 2017
54 - Last Off Weekend for Awhile
TJ, Brett, and KB answer a ton of #askDBC questions and preview Bristol Weekend. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Apr 18, 2017
53 - A Tire Scientist and his Leather Chaps
DBC Welcomes Rob Lopes, tire specialist on Dale Jr.'s 88, to the Axalta Studio to talk tires, repaves, and too much BBQ. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Apr 10, 2017
52 - No Such Thing As Heat Lightning
Coming off a win at Martinsville, TJ and KB welcome Brad Keselowski's spotter, Joey Meier. He talks about his take on the truck race, educates us on heat lightning, and makes sure Brett isn't forgotten. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Apr 03, 2017
51 - When You Win A Bet
The West Coast swing is wrapped up and now we're on to Martinsville. Brett, TJ and KB recap the last three races and look ahead to the upcoming events and answer some #AskDBC questions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Mar 27, 2017
50 - Leaning Tower of Paris
With Brett gone, TJ and KB welcome Spotter Josh Williams to the show to talk Phoenix and answer #AskDBC questions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Mar 20, 2017
49 - This Is A Grown Ass Person Sport
Brett, TJ, and KB survived Vegas and talk about everything from the fight to Koala Bears. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Mar 13, 2017
48 - Tales from Hotlanta
TJ, Brett, and KB go over their disappointing finishes from the weekend, the repaving at Atlanta debate, and heading to viva Las Vegas. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Mar 06, 2017
47 - Day After Daytona Day
Brett, TJ and KB discuss the pros and cons of this weekends events at Dayton. Crashing, new rules, and more crashing. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Feb 27, 2017
46 - Ding-A-Ling-A-Ling
Race season is officially under way! With the first weekend at Daytona in the books, KB, Brett, and TJ recap what happened and are ready to get back into the rhythm of things again for 2017. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Feb 20, 2017
45 - We’re Back, Holla!
KB, Brett, and TJ are back! Season 2 of DBC is here and just about anything goes this year! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jan 31, 2017
44 - A Christmas Special
TJ, Brett and KB decided they wanted to give the DBC fans a Christmas gift this year with a special show. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Dec 20, 2016
43 - Until Next Year...
Homestead, recapping the year, and laughing a lot as we close out DBC for 2016. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Nov 22, 2016
42 - White Flag, One To Go
TJ, Brett, and Producer Josh discuss Phoenix, Championship Week, and a good #askDBC session. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Nov 15, 2016
41 - Sensitive Sinuses and Chasing Championships
Brett, TJ, and KB talk Texas, Championship scenarios, and #askDBC. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Nov 08, 2016
40 - I Don’t Like Licorice
Brett, TJ, and KB recap Martinsville, new NASCAR rules, and Halloween costumes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Nov 01, 2016
39 - Sub Spotters and Bologna Burgers
Brett and KB are joined by Kevin Hamlin to discuss elimination weekend at DEGA, Martinsville, and favorite track meals. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Oct 25, 2016
38 - The Do's and Don'ts of DEGA
TJ, Brett, and KB are joined by spotter Jason Jarrett today to discuss Quickie Yellows, #AskDBC, and what to do in Talladega. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Oct 18, 2016
37 - Karaoke Bars and Clowns
Double header weekend, Chase implications, Clowns, and Karaoke are just a few topics that Brett, TJ, and KB discuss today on DBC. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Oct 11, 2016
36 - The Double Header and Bananas
Brett, TJ, and KB discuss the double header weekend at Dover, CMS, and TJ’s love for a banana. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Oct 04, 2016
35 - The Chase so far, Beers with Vince Vaughn, and who to follow on Twitter.
KB, TJ, and Brett discuss the first part of the Chase, who they would like to have a beer with, and some great accounts to follow on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Sep 27, 2016
34 - Words We Can't Say
The DBC gang welcomes Kasey Kahne’s spotter Kevin Hamlin. They discuss new names for the Sprint Cup Series, who they would never spot for and a lot of other nonsense. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Sep 20, 2016
33 - Insight from an Official NASCAR Official
TJ, Brett, and KB get a unique perspective on today’s topics from NASCAR Official Jason Brownlow. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Sep 13, 2016
32 - Sadler Wins Darlington, Truck Race Battle, #AskDBC
TJ, Brett, and KB discuss the Darlington victory for Sadler, thrilling racing over the weekend, and Chase predictions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Sep 06, 2016
31 - Amish Josh, #AskDBC, and Throwback Schemes
KB, TJ, and Brett talk about Michigan, Darlington, and some good #AskDBC questions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Aug 30, 2016
30 - DBC makes it to show 30!
TJ, Brett, and KB discuss Bristol, accommodations over the years, and the grossest things seen at track. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Aug 23, 2016
29 - Justin Marks joins DBC for the day.
Brett, TJ, and KB sit down with last week’s XFINITY race winner Justin Marks. The DBC gang and Justin discuss Mid-Ohio and Justin participates in Spot On / Spot Off and #AskDBC Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Aug 16, 2016
28 - The “BEEP” Show
KB, Brett, and TJ discuss The Glen, Allergies, and Steele Johnson. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Aug 09, 2016
27 - The Fog Has Lifted And Now We Go Road Racing
TJ and Brett along with KB discuss Pocono, The Glen, and grilled raccoon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Aug 02, 2016
26 - Short Tracks and Mustache’s
DBC Gang discusses Indy, Baseball Stars, Brett’s Gap, and an Epic Prank Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jul 26, 2016
25 - Eldora, Indy, and the Oriental Garden
Description: TJ, Brett, and Producer Josh talk good cars, old tracks, and of course #AskDBC Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jul 19, 2016
24 - The DBC Gang Reunited, Kentucky, and eligible drivers.
Brett, TJ, KB, and Producer Josh return for another funny episode of DBC. Discussions include: Kentucky, truck fires, DDT’s, and dating. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jul 12, 2016
23 - Brett in Myrtle Beach, America’s Birthday and #askDBC
KB, TJ, and Brett review the weekend in Daytona, preview Kentucky and tell you the NASCAR fight they’d most like to see in another round of #askDBC. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jul 05, 2016
22 - The Return of KB, Plane Rides Home from Sonoma, and the Jack Rabbit
KB, TJ, and Brett discuss Sonoma weekend, Daytona, and answer some good #askDBC questions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jun 28, 2016
21 - Inaugural #askDBC Call In Show
Brett and TJ spend time answering #askDBC questions from fans, Iowa recap, and a solid ranting session. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jun 21, 2016
20 - Michigan Rules Package, Lake of the Ozarks, and #AskDBC
The boys and KB discuss this past weekend in Michigan, Brett’s volleyball injury, and victory memories from the past. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jun 14, 2016
19 - Surprises at Pocono, Garage Fights, and Mr. Michigan
Brett, TJ, and KB discuss the weekend in Pocono, giving drivers nicknames, and Michigan predictions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jun 07, 2016
18 - Moring After Memorial Day, Bruising Cows, and Mike Davis Interrupts DBC
KB and the guys talk about Memorial Day Weekend, Jobs as kids, Pocono, and Predictions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
May 31, 2016
17 - #askDBC Live from JRM Fan Day
Our second #askDBC episode of the year featuring Elliott Sadler and the DBC Crew. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
May 27, 2016
16 - All Star Race, The Young Guns, and Tractor Pulls
Welcome Krista Voda to DBC! KB and the guys talk to Krista and get her thoughts and insights on the topics. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
May 24, 2016
15 - Monster Mile Attacks, Crazy Calls DBC, and All Star Week
Brett, TJ, and KB discuss the weekend at the Monster Mile, a special interview with Chris ''Crazy'' Osborne (Spotter for Matt K), and All Star Week in Charlotte. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
May 17, 2016
14 - Hot and Ready, The Sadler Interview, and Aggressive Racing
The boys and KB discuss aggressive racing in 2016, a special interview from Elliott Sadler, and their favorite doughnuts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
May 10, 2016
13 - The Sweet Taste of Victory
The Final Lap at Talladega, Plate Racing, and Romper / Jumpsuits. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
May 03, 2016
12 - RIR, Talladega Blvd., and Prediction Game Changer
Brett, TJ, and KB discuss Richmond in the day, Talladega as a whole, and the Ghostbusters. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Apr 26, 2016
11 - WHERE IS KB? The Show Must Go On.
DBC Meeting at Hooters, Racing then vs. now, and Predictions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Apr 19, 2016
10 - You can’t go wrong with bacon, wannabe cowboys, and turning 30.
Brett and TJ along with Kristen discuss Texas weekend, old vs. new Bristol, Heat Races, and cycling (yes, cycling). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Apr 12, 2016
9 - Gut Grenades, Cemeteries, and Fence Climbing Race Fans
The guys and Kristen go from Martinsville and hot dogs to wrestling and Texas. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Apr 05, 2016
8 - High Dollar Spottin'
Hosts TJ Majors and Brett Griffin took to Twitter for their first #askDBC Q&A session with you, the fans. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Mar 29, 2016
7 - Twitter Entertainment, The Flinstones and the Dutch Flu
The boys and Kristen discuss wrapping up the West Coast swing, childhood TV and movies, and racing on the East Coast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Mar 22, 2016
6 - The SoCal Life: Banana Hammocks and Grilled Octopus
Brett and TJ discuss topics from Phoenix to Auto Club and we get some insight on Brett’s downtime in southern California (or something along those lines). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Mar 15, 2016
5 - The Dust Settles
Rookies, Veterans, and TJ’s disappointment with In-N-Out Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Mar 08, 2016
4 - From Rags to Riches
Brett Griffin and TJ Majors talk friendly competition, difficult calls, Leonardo DiCaprio, the Titanic and is TJ really the best spotter in NASCAR?! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Mar 01, 2016
3 - No Holding Back
NASCAR Spotters TJ Majors and Brett Griffin discuss how TJ Majors became a spotter, the whole week of Daytona, Country Music and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Feb 23, 2016
2 - The Happiest Place on Earth
NASCAR Spotters TJ Majors and Brett Griffin talk about the important things in life… Disney Princesses, Man Tanks, The Sprint Unlimited Race and who they think will and will not win the Daytona 500. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Feb 16, 2016
1 - The Start of Something Beautiful
NASCAR spotters T.J. Majors and Brett Griffin – also good friends, sometimes – debut their new Dirty Mo Radio podcast by previewing Daytona, evaluating Justin Beiber and offering relationship advice, to name a few. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Feb 12, 2016