Meanwhile, Quin Houff was at the center of attention late in the race, making a bonehead decision to pit from the middle lane, triggering a multi-car incident. Post-race, Brad Keselowski noted he’d like to see a graduation process to the NASCAR Cup Series as well as possible demotions for drivers that don’t perform. Albino and Neff give their hot takes on this topic.
Albino and Neff also reflect back on last week’s All-Star Race, discussing their feelings about the underglow and the numbers pushed back on the doors. Oh, and they can’t forget about Michael McDowell intentionally wrecking Bubba Wallace in the All-Star Open.
Finally, Dillon joins the show to discuss his victory at TMS, why it meant more than winning the Daytona 500 and Coca-Cola 600 and what it proved to himself, among other topics.
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