Today’s episode of NASCAR America once again airs for 30 minutes beginning at 6 p.m. ET on NBCSN.
Krista Voda hosts with Dale Jarrett from Stamford, Connecticut. Kyle Petty and Ray Evernham join them from NBC Charlotte.
On today’s show:
· The latest on the No. 18 team’s penalties for violating the revised lug nut policy. Kyle Busch’s crew chief, Adam Stevens, and front tire changer Josh Leslie have been suspended for one race, and Stevens has also been fined $20,000. Our team of analysts – former Sprint Cup champ Dale Jarrett, driver Kyle Petty, crew chief Ray Evernham, and NASCAR on NBC insider Nate Ryan – will weigh in.
· It was a big day at Richard Childress Racing, which revealed its Darlington “throwback” paint schemes for drivers Austin Dillon and Ryan Newman. NASCAR on NBC’s Marty Snider has reaction from Childress, Dillon, and Newman – plus the former RCR driver they’ll be honoring on Labor Day weekend.
· Kyle Petty takes us through the memories of the 22nd Annual Kyle Petty Charity Ride, where nearly 200 riders covered over 2,000 miles to raise money for Victory Junction.
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