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Bringing the Heat: Ed Lane Talks William Byron, Daytona 500

On this week’s episode of Bringing the Heat with Bryan Nolen, Nolen chats with the host of The Fast Lane with Ed Lane on CBS Sports Radio Lynchburg, Ed Lane, to give his thoughts on William Byron winning the Daytona 500 and if he has reached superstar status in the sport.

Lane also gives a local perspective on Byron’s connections to Liberty University.

After the interview with Lane, Nolen is joined by Anthony Damcott for more reactions to the ending of the Great American Race, including if changes needed to be made to the large amount of fuel saving that was going on during the race.

See also
Happy Hour: Kevin Harvick Stole Our Idea

For the soundbite of the week, Nolen and Damcott react to comments made by Austin Cindric about his frustration with Corey LaJoie after the incident on the final lap of the race.

Listen here or wherever you get your podcasts.

About the author

Bryan Nolen is the Podcast Manager for Frontstretch.com. He also hosts the Frontstretch Podcast with Bryan Nolen and occasionally makes appearances on The Happy Hour Podcast. He has a Sportscasting degree from the Dan Patrick School of Sportscasting. He resides in Boise, Idaho, with his wife and two rabbits.

Follow him on Twitter @TheBryanNolen

Anthony Damcott joined Frontstretch in March 2022. Currently, he is an editor and co-authors Fire on Fridays (Fridays); he is also the primary Truck Series reporter/writer. A proud West Virginia Wesleyan College alum from Akron, Ohio, Anthony is now a grad student. He is a theatre actor and fight-choreographer-in-training in his free time. He is a loyal fan of the Cincinnati Reds and Carolina Panthers, still hopeful for a championship at some point in his lifetime.

You can keep up with Anthony by following @AnthonyDamcott on Twitter.

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