The O'Reilly Auto Parts 500 from Texas Motor Speedway was a race of attrition as only 26 cars finished, however, it was also a down-to-the wire race as Kyle Busch edged Kevin Harvick for his first win of the season.
In this week's edition of the Hard Left Turn podcast, Around the Track editor Brandon Reed and Game On's Katie B. discuss:
How did Busch manage to hold off the season's most dominant driver thus far in Harvick?
How Harvick and his team battled back from three bouts with adversity Sunday to secure a second-place finish
A multitude of the day's accidents seemed to be triggered by tire failures of some sort, so what was the deal with the tires Goodyear brought to Texas?
Martin Truex Jr. was one of the unfortunate masses to not finish, was his momentum hurt at all by the last-place outing?
Should Chase Elliott and team be happy with their day?
- Includes a discussion on whether or not Chase is where he needs to be a year and a few races into his career
Will Bristol be as wild and willy as ever?
Coming up this weekend on your home for NASCAR, WDUN, the races from Bristol starting wtih Saturday's Fitzgerald Glider Kits 300 at 1 p.m. on FM102.9. The Food City 500 will start at 2 p.m. Sunday and be simulcast on AM550 and FM102.9. All NASCAR content will also be streaming on AccessWDUN.com.