278 - L.A. Clash: Pushed Around and Pulled Over
The Door Bumper Clear 2023 season is underway as the gang is back from the Clash at the LA Coliseum. Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft talk discussing getting home at 7 am, Austin Dillon wrecking Bubba Wallace and the future of the clash.
First up in Spot On, Spot Off, the table discusses NASCAR’s recent rule changes regarding stage breaks at road courses, the choose rule at Superspeedways, Ross Chastain’s Martinsville wall ride, and mufflers. Hear what rules they like and dislike and find out what other rules NASCAR should consider adding.
Then, the guys comment on NASCAR’s first podium celebration after the race. They debate if NASCAR should implement podiums for the whole season and discuss why driver introductions were messy.
Kyle Busch comments on the race’s 16 cautions and aggressive nature. The spotters explain how drivers should take safety into effect when making aggressive moves and talk about if NASCAR should have started penalizing drivers.
Next, the guys discuss Auto Club Speedway not hosting NASCAR races in 2024. Brett explains the importance of having a track in the Los Angeles market and tells the table what track NASCAR should consider going to in the area.
Finally, the spotters explain why teams are asking for more than double their league revenue from NASCAR in the next charter agreement. Hear how teams could benefit from the revenue increase and why NASCAR should consider taking charters away from certain teams.
In Reaction Theatre, hear about reaction to Fox’s TV coverage of the race and Austin Dillon’s move on Bubba Wallace.
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