In the latest episode of the 2018 Frontstretch Podcast, we review a great weekend of racing at Bristol Motor Speedway with Dustin Albino, Mike Neff, Zach Catanzareti and Josh Williams, driver of the No. 90 DGM Racing Chevrolet in the NASCAR XFINITY Series.
Williams was on pace for a career-best finish at Bristol before breaking a pair of shock mounts toward the end of the race. He discusses why the PJ1 trackbite worked well at The Last Great Colosseum and why Bristol is one of his favorite racetracks on the NASCAR circuit.
We discuss Kurt Busch getting back to Victory Lane, and if he can be a championship contender. His younger brother, Kyle Busch, put on a great show, racing from nearly three laps down to be in contention for the victory late in the going. Ultimately, the No. 18 car finished 20th after a flat left-rear tire.
Finally, we discuss Silly Season and the retirement of Kasey Kahne. Who’s next to step away, and where do will drivers end up in 2019 and beyond?
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