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Best Dale Earnhardt Jr podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Dale Earnhardt Jr podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Barstool Sports Presents Bussin' With The Boys. Get on the bus with NFL players Will Compton & Taylor Lewan! The Boys let you in on their hilarious, high-energy, and often heartfelt conversations. Topics range from exclusive NFL stories to candid chats with personalities from all industries to out-of-left-field hot takes on things you and your friends only discuss behind closed doors. Sometimes they chat with a guest, sometimes it's just the two of them, but it's always a good time when you' ...
 
On "Waltrip Unfiltered," 2-time Daytona 500 winner Michael Waltrip delivers a unique breakdown of the world of racing. "Uncle Mikey" will talk with the biggest stars in the sport each week, while taking the listener behind the curtain to provide unprecedented access, stories and reaction to the NASCAR world.
 
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On the 300th episode of The Dale Jr. Download, Bubba Wallace joins Dale Earnhardt Jr. to discuss the ongoing racial tensions playing out across the United States and his recent strong performances on the track. Wallace gets personal and tells stories about his experience with racial discrimination, a family tragedy and his interaction with law enfo…
 
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is joined by Speedway Motorsports CEO Marcus Smith, who opens up about NASCAR’s return to action from a track owner’s perspective. As Charlotte Motor Speedway hosts NASCAR’s second week back to racing, Smith details the screening process the track conducts before events, why he envisions fans returning sooner rather than later an…
 
Two more races are in the books and Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft, along with co-host Casey Boat and producer Jason Schultz, return to discuss everything that went down at Darlington and Charlotte. Darlington Xfinity Series winner Chase Briscoe joins the gang to discuss his emotional victory last week, beating Kyle Busch, his career …
 
Kurt Busch joins Dale Earnhardt Jr. for a wide-ranging conversation about the veteran’s racing career. The Chip Ganassi Racing driver dives deep into his successful yet tumultuous time in NASCAR with Earnhardt and co-host Mike Davis. Busch opens up about his rapid rise into the sport, doing it his way, losing a top-tier ride, and having to fight hi…
 
Racing returned on Sunday at Darlington Raceway and Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft, and special guest and standout Cup Series rookie Tyler Reddick are back to cover the first race in over two months. They discuss Reddick’s impressive run, his knack for running the high side, having a rookie Cup crew chief, and what T.J. taught him as his…
 
NASCAR on NBC analysts Jeff Burton, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Steve Letarte discuss the impressive work of Kevin Harvick and crew chief Rodney Childers, Matt Kenseth's impressive comeback, Jimmie Johnson's surprising mistake and why the absence of practice and qualifying at Darlington Raceway could be a harbinger of things to come.…
 
Krista Voda, Kyle Petty, Rutledge Wood discuss how NASCAR's layoff might feel like a regular offseason for drivers and teams, how Darlington could have long-term ramifications for NASCAR, whether iRacing "feuds" will carry over and the returns of Matt Kenseth and Ryan Newman.
 
NASCAR vice president Steve O'Donnell joins Rick Allen and Nate Ryan to discuss the May 17 return at Darlington Raceway, including how the race will be officiated from race control, other pro sports observing the event, how health screenings and ill team members would be handled and how NASCAR will discourage postrace confrontations.…
 
Richard Petty joins his son, Kyle, on NASCAR America at Home as The King recalls the first race he attended at Darlington in 1951, explains the track's game-changing significance for NASCAR, explains why this weekend's racing will be more like the "old days" due to the lack of practice and qualifying and tells us how he'll be enjoying the race at h…
 
It’s race week once again and Brett Griffin and Freddie Kraft will be back to work this Sunday. Ahead of NASCAR’s return at Darlington, they cover the advantage some spotters may have, the breakdown of a team’s roster, restrictions placed on win celebrations, and how spotters will communicate. Chicagoland Speedway’s future is in question and the gu…
 
Dale Earnhardt Jr hangs out with old friend Matt Kenseth, as he makes a comeback behind the wheel when NASCAR returns to racing. T he former Cup Champion enlightens Dale Jr. and co-host Mike Davis about his refined workout regiment and how he is approaching this comeback. Speaking of coming back, Matt tells us that he never did use the "R" word, so…
 
Leigh Diffey sits down with F1 McLaren driver Lando Norris to discuss his skill for sim racing, his victory and experience in the IndyCar iRacing Challenge, wanting to race in the real-world Indianapolis 500, expanding his versatility beyond F1 and the aftermath of the iRacing Challenge finale controversy at Indy and his attempts to mend fences wit…
 
As NASCAR returns from the pause of the pandemic, Dale Earnhardt Jr. sits down with NASCAR President Steve Phelps for a behind the curtain viewpoint of running one of America's biggest sports. Phelps talks about the initial shut down due to COVID-19, opens up about tough decisions, shares insight into the sports' return and the opportunity they hav…
 
NASCAR’s return to racing is set at Darlington Raceway and Door Bumper Clear covers what to expect. Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft discuss racing without practice and qualifying, the 16-person team limit, isolating spotters in the grandstands, if pre-race technical inspection is necessary, tracks losing races, and more. Plus, they exp…
 
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