NASCAR America is back after its Olympic break with a 90-minute show today, beginning at 6 p.m. ET on NBCSN.
Host Dave Briggs is joined by Dale Jarrett in our Stamford, Connecticut, studio. Jeff Burton and Steve Letarte join them from Burton’s garage.
On today’s show, the crew will examine these topics and more:
- Following a rainy start on Saturday night, Kevin Harvick won at Bristol on Sunday night. Jarrett, Letarte and Burton will weigh in on the race and the rain that turned it into a marathon.
- After his win, Harvick convinced teammate and owner Tony Stewart to join in for celebratory burnouts. We’ll hear from Stewart about that special moment, as well as his own reflections on Bristol after what was likely his final Sprint Cup start there.
- Kyle Busch led a race-high 256 laps but his dominant day turned sour with a parts failure, followed by a spin and crash with Justin Allgaier. Busch had plenty to share with the media about the setback, and you’ll get to hear it all. We’ll also discuss the various on-track problems that have marred an otherwise strong season for the defending Sprint Cup champion.
- Even with Mother Nature ensuring it would take nearly 24 hours to decide a winner at Bristol, the track received positive reviews after putting a substance on the bottom groove to make the racing more competitive. Will this become a new NASCAR standard? Nate Ryan chimes in on the new expectations Bristol set this past weekend with track transformations.
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