Pack racing in the NASCAR Quaker State 400 at Kentucky Speedway.
(Photo: CIA Stock Photo, Inc. ©2015)­­

Frontstretch Podcast: Episode 2 – 2015 Quaker State 400

Welcome to the Fronstretch Podcast! Racing expert Matt Stallknecht and his rotating panel of guests have you covered from now until the end of the season with all of the main storylines from the NASCAR week that was.

On this week’s episode Stallknecht, along with guests Mike Neff and Aaron Bearden, evaluate the new low-downforce aero package used at Kentucky, dissect NASCAR chairman Brian France’s desire to bring drafting to intermediate tracks and discuss Kyle Busch’s Chase chances.

So sit back, relax, and enjoy a hard-hitting and in-depth take on NASCAR that can’t be found anywhere else!

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About Matt Stallknecht

Matt Stallknecht
Promoted to editor in 2014, Matt fights off rogue commas from our writing staff after rounding himself into a “young gun” racing expert. For the past two seasons, he’s penned the popular Four Burning Questions column (Weekends) highlighting the upcoming NASCAR race weekend. As an author for our open-wheel section, Matt also contributes to Open-Wheel Wednesdays and a substantial amount of race coverage and analysis. Matt, a native of Central New York also balances his duites with a full-time college course load. He’s a Senior at Le Moyne college this Fall.

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