In which our heroes discuss the data-driven decisions that went into Denny Hamlin's conquering of Daytona, respond to Kevin Harvick's skepticism of the NASCAR driver aging curve and offer a preview of the upcoming Cup Series race in Las Vegas.

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In which our heroes select their combatants – and drop Brian Pattie bombs – in their winner-take-all crew chief fantasy draft. Also, a dissection of Jimmie Johnson's precise passing and questionable Daytona awareness.

In which our heroes take a road trip to Joe Gibbs Racing to preview the complexities of Speedweeks and the Daytona 500 with defending race winners Denny Hamlin and Chris Gabehart.

In which our heroes return for Season 2, firing their engines on 2020 by revealing their 10 most interesting people in the NASCAR industry, paired with very specific predictions.

In which our heroes announce the results of their crew chief draft and answer a litany of listener questions on the subjects of long-run passing defense, driver development in the high-downforce era and how NASCAR drivers personify British politics.

November 21, 2019

Episode 44: Cool Trophy, Bro

In which our heroes locate areas for improvement in 2020 for each of this year's Championship 4 and look back on the wild predictions they made in advance of the 2019 NASCAR season.

In which our heroes put a statistical spin on Richard Petty's iconic career, offer fixes for the four drivers who didn't advance out of the Round of 8 and throw down a giant-size preview of the championship race at Homestead.

In which our heroes, inspired by the recent UFC card, fantasy-book the participants, venue and trophy presenter for a NASCAR "BMF" race, in between playoff talk and a Phoenix preview.

In which our heroes chat about Martinsville's on-track action and Todd Gilliland's breakthrough Truck Series victory before taking stock of the Toyota prospects funneling through Kyle Busch Motorsports and previewing this weekend's race in Texas.

In which our heroes discuss Brad Keselowski's exit from the playoffs and give their fixes for him and the other three eliminated drivers in advance of 2020. Then, they chat about the Ricky Stenhouse-Chris Buescher "trade" and this weekend's race in Martinsville.

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