Ever wonder how race teams get great rental car rates? Now you can, too! Find out more.
Enterprise and National: Here to serve your company's needs

NASCAR Race Weekend Central

Frontstretch Podcast: Justice Served in NASCAR

Frontstretch Podcast: Justice Served in NASCAR
icon loader

In this week’s edition of the Frontstretch PodcastDustin Albino and Mike Neff go in depth on NASCAR’s monumental week: from pre-race ceremonies at Atlanta Motor Speedway supporting the Black Lives Matter movement to Wednesday’s announcement of the Confederate flag being banned from all racetracks.

The duo give their take on NASCAR’s leadership, commending Steve Phelps for making a long, overdue change. Bubba Wallace has also been at the focal point of the discussion, being an activist of sorts, educating people in the sport and fans on the topic.

Albino and Neff discuss the on-track product at Atlanta and Martinsville Speedway, as well as Kyle Busch‘s radio tirade in the Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series race and Johnny Sauter getting disqualified for a race tire violation.

Finally, Nashville Superspeedway is making a return. Is that good for the sport? Corey LaJoie and Denny Hamlin have more Twitter beef, while ACE Speedway was shutdown by the North Carolina state governemnt.

Make sure to leave us a rating, review and subscribe to the Frontstretch Podcast: iTunes

Support for the Frontstretch Podcast is brought to you by Manscaped, who is the best in men’s below the belt grooming. Get 20% Off  and Free Shipping, with the code Frontstretch 

Share this article

Thanks for choosing to comment on this article. A name and email address are required to post a comment. The email address is not publicly visible or shared. Please keep in mind that comments are moderated according to our comment policy.

1 thought on “Frontstretch Podcast: Justice Served in NASCAR”

Comments are closed.