Kevin Harvick vs Chase Elliott: Round 2 | Round of 8 breakdown and predictions | Texas Preview
Everybody Loves Racing
On this episode of the Everybody Loves Racing Podcast, the boys discuss the drama that occurred in Charlotte Sunday between Kevin Harvick and Chase Elliott. They discuss whether or not this rivalry is over and is it good for the sport. We have finally made it to the round of 8 and not with our controversy. We look at the round of 8 and discuss who will make it to Phoenix to compete for the title. All that being said, the round of 8 starts this week in Texas and we discuss our weekly segment of who will finish better. Check it out, on this weeks episode of the Everybody Loves Racing Podcast
From his newfound love of fly fishing to the reasons he enjoys piloting his airplane, the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series champion shares some fun insight into his life and interests in this week's 12 Questions interview. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week, you'll hear from NASCAR Cup trailblazer Bubba Wallace and his car's co-owner, Denny Hamlin of 23XI Racing, following their historic victory at Talladega on Monday. You'll also hear from defending NASCAR Cup Champion Chase Elliott as he looks for his third straight Charlotte Roval victory this Sunday, along with his Hendrick Motorsports teammate, William Byron, as he faces elimination from the NASCAR Cup Playoffs heading into this weekend.Host Michael Shelton also speaks with defending NASCAR Xfinity Champion Austin Cindric about the upcoming Round of 8. Shelton also provides an update on who was testing at Indianapolis this week and previews not only this weekend's NASCAR races from the Charlotte Roval, but also this weekend's events in Formula 1, World of Outlaws and NHRA.
BRISTOL DELIVERED AGAIN, Chase Elliott and Kevin Harvick Are Angry, Allmendinger Went All Labonte '95, IndyCar Talk
Bristol is the best track in NASCAR. Chase Elliott and Kevin Harvick were very angry. AJ Allmendinger and Austin Cindric gave everyone an unforgettable finish and Colton Herta stomped the field out at Laguna Seca.
NASCAR Race Recap: Jockey Made In America 250 | Chase Elliott Back On Road In America
Garage Guys NASCAR Podcast
Chase Elliott gets his road course king status back after taking over at Road America and laying down the law on America's Birthday. The Jockey Made In America 250 was a major success and will be on the circuit for many years to come. Chef Boi and Chase talk about the race and their bets, and the odds worked in Chef Bois favor this week landing Elliott at +450 on DK Sportsbook. You'll also hear the guys talk about their 4th of July action in the Heart of America.
In this episode we break down the inaugural NASCAR weekend at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, including Chase Elliott's win, the lack of visibility in the rain that led to Kevin Harvick and Martin Truex Jr. being launched, whether NASCAR should race in the rain at all and more. We also break down the Trucks and Xfinity races from COTA and preview the upcoming Coca-Cola 600 weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Show notes and more at www.thesuperspeedway.com.
Bill's Boi Conquers COTA: Chase Elliott Wins The Inaugural EchoPark Texas Grand Prix
Garage Guys NASCAR Podcast
On this week's NASCAR Race Recap, Garage Guy Chase hops on after driving back from Austin Texas to talk about the EchoPark Texas Grand Prix at Cota. Chase Elliott won the race after the officials called it when the rain got too heavy on the road course. Garage Guys best bets failed to deliver but not because of us, It was because of NASCAR. Chase recaps the weekend with Dale and their wild night out in the Dirty Six, and how their tailgate failed after a series of unfortunate events.
00:00 Should the Cowboys be open to drafting a QB or stay loyal to Dak Prescott?11:21 Good idea or bad idea for the Clippers to deal for Russell Westbrook?24:45 NASCAR’s Cup Series Champion Chase Elliott joins the show. 35:25 Nick’s Week 10 NFL Tiers.43:05 NFL owners pass resolution rewarding teams for developing minority coaches, execs.53:26 Final thoughts on the Cowboys’ QB situation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The NASCAR season is over and a new champion has been crowned. Dale Earnhardt Jr. brings on the 2020 Cup Series champion Chase Elliott to dive into what this accomplishment means for the 24-year-old and how he pulled it off. Plus, the DJD gang reflects on the unprecedented year for the sport.Dale Jr. and co-host Mike Davis first find out they are the reasons Elliott got out of bed this morning after living it up last night celebrating in his hometown of Dawsonville, Georgia. Chase spills the details on the party and how his dad, the legendary Bill Elliott, joined in on the fun.Elliott received a special welcome home parade on Monday. He talks about that experience and why it’s unique to him among his Cup Series competitors.Long-time Cup Series crew chief Alan Gustafson is now a champion. Elliott talks about what it means to be the one who delivered it to him.Dale inquiries about the No. 9 team’s ability to perform under pressure, especially in the playoffs where they won three of the last five races. Davis asks Elliott about his performance in Phoenix and whether it met Elliott’s tough standards.Lastly, Dale delivers a special message to Chase on an accomplishment he was never able to capitalize on.In the open segment, the crew reflects on championship weekend at Phoenix Raceway. Dale Jr. dives into Elliott’s day and how Hendrick Motorsports has mastered the art of shelving tricks to use later in the season. Plus, Dale shares a story of skirting the rules and trying to hide it from competitors in the Cup Series garage.Self-admittedly hard on NASCAR, Dale gives the sport and its leadership team props for pulling off a season many didn’t think would be possible. The gang reflects on the challenges the pandemic presented, the ways the sport overcame it, and the memorable moments it created.Sunday marked Jimmie Johnson’s final farewell. Dale discusses how underappreciated Jimmie has been throughout his career and why his feat of winning five consecutive titles needs better recognition.In #AskJr, bossman Dale addresses the finish to the Xfinity Series race as Justin Allgaier battled for the title on the final restart. Plus, find out why he got mad at Steve Letarte during the race.It wouldn’t be a new episode without beef jerky. Stay tuned until the end to find out what arrived in the Dirty Mo studio. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices