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255 - Gateway: It's Not Over

255 - Gateway: It's Not Over

Door Bumper Clear returns from the inaugural NASCAR Cup Series race in St. Louis at Gateway. Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft give their impressions of Sunday’s sold-out event and experience, while sharing their displeasure with the spotter stand location. The next Dirty Mo Media Ultimate Suite Experience is coming to Bristol Motor Speedway this fall, hear all the details. In Spot On, Spot Off, the crew further discusses how Gateway performed in its first Cup race and praises the fan amenities. Then, they spark a discussion of why tracks need to do a better job reinvesting television revenue into improving track facilities. Next, they talk about Ross Chastain’s bump and run move that took Denny Hamlin out of contention and Hamlin's retaliation throughout the rest of the race. The guys explain why Chastain can’t afford to continue making enemies and react to Justin Marks' comments defending his driver. More drama continued into the next topic as they talk Ricky Stenhouse Jr. spinning Bubba Wallace while racing for what 23XI team owner Hamlin said was 30th. Freddie shares his displeasure with Stenhouse's aggression and applauds Hamlin's retaliation shortly after the incident. In the rain-soaked Xfinity Series race at Portland International Raceway, leader Ty Gibbs got spun out by Jesse Iwuji under caution. The guys explain why they aren’t surprised to see Iwuji cause the incident and continue to question why NASCAR allows him to compete. Carson Hocevar was injured in a last-lap wreck in the Truck Series race at Gateway. The guys discuss the safety crew’s response time and break down how long it took for the safety team to reach the accident. Plus, debate whether Hocevar should have left his window net up. Stewart-Haas Racing's Brian Murphy tweeted about being curtailed from tweeting his thoughts and opinions about the sport. The crew discusses which entity they believe pressured him to stop sharing details about the industry on social media. Plus, Brett asks T.J. about how his vocality has changed moving from Team Penske to Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing. Finally, the spotters share their thoughts on Sonoma Raceway reverting back to running the chute instead of the carousel for the upcoming weekend. The guys share their thoughts if the racing will improve with the switch and question if the Next Gen car’s road course racing will continue to improve. In Reaction Theatre, fans call in about Denny vs. Ross, call the DBC guys Denny simps, discuss Joey Logano's overtime restart move to win, and enjoy another song by a frequent caller. Thank you to our presenting sponsor Offerpad and partners Xfinity and RacingUSA.com for making this show possible. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Duration: 1 hr 41 min

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