In round one of the playoffs, the winner's circle didn't seem to be open to any playoff drivers. Will round two be any different?? Brett McMillan welcomes Kelly Crandall of Racer.com, and Josh Simms of Fox Sports.
Rowdy moves into the Intimidator's house, and Happy heads to Thunder Valley with a big hole to climb out of. Brett McMillan welcomes Vince Welch from Fox, and Nate Ryan from NBC.
So, how are the non-playoff drivers supposed to get attention during the playoffs? Just win, baby! Brett McMillan welcomes Jeff Hammond of Sirius-XM NASCAR Radio, and Bob Pockrass of Fox Sports.
If you thought the regular season was crazy, wait till you see the playoffs! Brett McMillan welcomes Jamie Little from Fox Sports, and Chris Knight from CatchFence.com.
One race to go, one spot left. Who gets it? Brett McMillan welcomes Jim Utter of Motorsport.com, and Alan Cavanna from PRN and NASCAR.com.
If I'm Ryan Blaney or Martin Truex Jr, what do I want to do at Watkins Glen this week? Brett McMillan welcomes John Roberts of Sirius XM NASCAR Radio, and Lewis Franck of Reuters.
Will second place in points miss the playoffs? Or, could a winner miss the playoffs? Brett McMillan welcomes guests Reid Spencer of The NASCAR Wire Service and Lee Spencer of Racinboys.com.
Tyler Reddick is NASCAR's new King of the Road, while the playoff chances for some drivers are starting to dwindle. Brett McMillan welcomes Dustin Long of NBC Sports, and Kelly Crandall of Racer.com.
It turns out when the checkered flag flew in Pocono, it was not a wrap. Now, Gibbs heads to Indy a couple of bricks shy of a load. Brett McMillan welcomes Adam Alexander of Fox, and Jeff Gluck from The Athletic.
The Doobie Brothers sang about "takin' it to the streets", which is exactly what NASCAR plans to do next season in Chicago. Brett McMillan welcomes Kim Koon of NBC Sports, and Tom Jensen of the NASCAR Hall of Fame to the show this week.
Chase Elliott has a "peachy" time in Atlanta. The series now heads to New Hampshire. Brett McMillan welcomes Jerry Jordan of Kickinthetires.net and Chris Knight of CatchFence.com.
There are five first-time winners in the NASCAR Cup Series, thirteen different winners, and Atlanta is a wild card race. Brett McMillan welcomes Jamie Little from Fox Sports and Jordan Bianchi from The Athletic.
Sure it was a long day, but Nashville was an interesting race with many story lines. Brett McMillan welcomes Dustin Long of NBC Sports, and Rob Albright of PRN.