PRN's Lenny Batycki chats with David about the top 75 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series prospects of 2014. David analyzes Chase Elliott's rise to the No. 1 spot in the rankings.
What is the greatest secret in the history of the Indianapolis 500? New York Times best-selling author Jade Gurss talks about his new book, BEAST, which uncovers what Team Penske did to win the 1994 running of the race. David ponders the use of current Cup Series drivers in Goodyear tire tests.
David opens his third year of podcasting with first-year crew chief Keith Rodden in the guest's chair. Rodden discusses his transition from race engineer to Chip Ganassi Racing team leader. David is skeptical of the role of driver coaches in racing's grassroots divisions.
David dedicates an entire episode to the 1:64 scale die-cast cars of his youth with a kindred spirit, NASCAR.com's Alan Cavanna. Thunderbats for everybody!
Debunking the popular perceptions of technical alliances with JTG-Daugherty engineer Joey Cohen, the organization's new liaison to Richard Childress Racing. David rants about rule book distribution.
NASCAR Illustrated's Kris Johnson joins David to talk about Jimmie Johnson, his potential legacy and the many focuses of sponsor-savvy Carl Edwards. David rants about the reaction to Fox Sports One's debut year.
MRN's Dustin Long joins David to discuss the performance elevation that takes place in the Chase, Austin Dillon and the subject of nepotism, and Danica Patrick's future. David rants about the owner standings and likes that drivers have become more conscious about their health.
Fresh off of his NASCAR Sprint Cup Series debut, Parker Kligerman discusses the differences between the NASCAR Nationwide Series and the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, adjusting to Cup-level competition and making mental laps. David rants about zero tolerance policies and likes rolling the dice on young talent.
Jason Bowles, a test driver for Richard Childress Racing and former NASCAR K&N Pro Series West champion, discusses a driver's job hunt, development and practicing on behalf of another driver. David rants about hammer throwing and introduces a new segment.
USA Today's Nate Ryan joins David to discuss the fallout of Michael Waltrip Racing's Richmond chicanery, the Chase, transactions by Front Row Motorsports and BK Racing's handling of Travis Kvapil. David rants about ESPN's broadcasting gravitas.