In this week's edition of the Hard Left Turn podcast, Brandon Reed and Katie B. discuss the two races and wins, the Hendrick Motorsports' teams continuing issues, and preview the upcoming races at Pocono.
In this week's edition of the Hard Left Turn podcast, Brandon Reed and Katie B. discuss Harvick's win, the fan vote, the special rules package in place at Charlotte, and preview the upcoming Indianapolis 500 and Coca-Cola 600.
For the fifth time in the season's 12 races, Kevin Harvick was the man standing in victory lane. Harvick's domination this year may be tiresome to a few, but it, along with Hendrick Motorsports seeming ineptitude, have been the big stories and are the big topics in this week's Hard Left Turn podcast.
In this week's edition of the Hard Left Turn podcast, Around the Track editor Brandon Reed and Katie B. discuss Kyle Busch's third straight win, the momentum gained for Chase Elliott in his team's best finish of the season and what's to come as NASCAR heads to Talladega.
In this week's edition of the Hard Left Turn podcast, Brandon Reed and Katie B. discuss Kyle Busch's big win, another "almost" for Kyle Larson at Bristol, the wacky weather and what's to come at Richmond this weekend.
WDUN's Katie B. Davis spoke with new Georgia men's basketball coach Tom Crean not only about what made the job so attractive to him, but also how he plans to employ the style he likes his teams to play, and the game of recruiting.
In this week's edition of the Hard Left Turn podcast, Around the Track editor Brandon Reed and Game On's Katie B. discuss Kyle Busch's win, Kevin Harvick's tough-luck day and whether Chase Elliott is where he should be in his career. Also, a look ahead to race weekend at Bristol Motor Speedway.
One of the first messages I received after Walt Snelling passed away Wednesday was from my middle sister Kristi, “I believe Gainesville may close down for a day,” she wrote. A notorious provider of tongue-in-cheek material, this particular message from my sister was void of that sentiment. There was no sarcasm in her words, why? Because if a city were to mourn in the aforementioned collective fashion, who better to make it happen than a man who represented it so well for so long?
In a snow-delayed race, Clint Bowyer won for the first time since 2012; fitting considering it was the first snow delay since 1993. Along with Bowyer's win, Chase Elliott had a good day and Stewart-Haas continued its dominance. All that and more (including SpyCon) are discussed in this week's Hard Left Turn podcast.