WATCH LIVE: NASCAR America at 5 p.m. ET — Truex winless streak, Coke 600 length, Newman without Lambert

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On Tuesday’s edition of NASCAR America, which runs from 5 to 5:30 pm ET, Dave Briggs hosts from our Stamford (Conn.) studio, while Steve Letarte and Jeff Burton are at Burton’s Garage.

Here’s today’s show rundown:

  • Martin Truex Jr. is the best Sprint Cup driver this season without a win. What does his team need to do to get that elusive victory?
  • One driver described Sunday’s Coca-Cola 600 as the most difficult 600 to pass other drivers that he’s ever been involved with. We discuss this and whether a relatively low amount of lead changes equates to boring racing … hint: one of our analysts says “no.”
  • Scan All 43 takes you inside the Coca-Cola 600 as we listen in on the strategy calls between drivers and crew chiefs that ultimately decided this year’s version of NASCAR’s longest race.
  • How has Ryan Newman adjusted to life without suspended crew chief Luke Lambert?

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