260 - New Hampshire: Breaking Your Own News
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260 - New Hampshire: Breaking Your Own News

A weekend in New England left Brett Griffin, Freddie Kraft and TJ Majors with lots of stories to tell. After two eventful races at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and a busy week of silly season news, the crew reacts to everything that went down. First, find out how Brett learned some Boston slang and why payment was required to spot the modifieds.
Then the guys dive into Spot On, Spot Off. First, they discuss Martin Truex Jr.’s decision to take two tires during the last pit stop which cost him the win and placed the No. 19 team on the playoff cutoff line. Now given Christopher Bell as the 14th different winner this season, they talk about how many drivers they expect to see win before the playoffs begin.
Brad Keselowski and Austin Dillon swerved at each other and made contact under caution on Sunday. T.J. talks about what led Keselowski to retaliate against Dillon and what each of them said in their post-race interviews.
Tyler Reddick announced he signed with 23XI Racing for the 2024 season last week. The spotters applaud Reddick for his move but share their displeasure about Richard Childress Racing’s actions. While the timing of the announcement seemed strange, find out why 23XI needed to share the news first. Afterwards, they talk about who could race in the No. 8 car next.
Ty Dillon will not return to Petty-GMS Racing after this season and the crew doesn’t find this surprising. Hear about who is the leading candidate to drive the 42 car next year and why they would be the most interesting Cup driver in the field.
Next, NASCAR did not penalize Christopher Bell’s team for losing a wheel coming off pit road last week at Atlanta. The guys express their frustration towards NASCAR making a judgment call and why the penalty needs to have stricter guidelines for what is and isn’t a penalty.
Finally, producer Jason Schultz reads Joey Logano’s comments on Next Gen crashes. The spotters talk about NASCAR’s confusion between what the drivers say about hits and what their data shows compared to the previous car.
In Reaction Theatre, find out why Jesse Iwuji may now see the light, the guys learn about Austin Dillon’s TV show, and Jeb is back with a song. #AskDBC returns in the Offerpad question of the week segment and in What an Idiot, learn about the embarrassing incident at Bowman Gray.
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