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Happy Hour: Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Throws a Punch & Davey Segal Takes a Fall

On this week’s Happy Hour, hosts Trey Lyle, Michael Massie and Davey Segal are joined by Performance Racing Network’s Mark Garrow to talk through the many layers of the fight at North Wilkesboro Speedway between Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and Kyle Busch.

Garrow and Segal were caught right in the middle of the melee, with Busch even landing on Segal. They recall how it went down from their points of view.

The newest members of the NASCAR Hall of Fame were announced on Tuesday (May 21), with Ricky Rudd, Carl Edwards and Ralph Moody being selected. The guys react to those three being voted in and give their thoughts on the Hall of Fame selection process as a whole.

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Finally, the gang addresses the elephant in the room: Kyle Larson is attempting the Double this weekend, as he will race 1,100 miles between the Indianapolis 500 and the Coca-Cola 600. The gang give their thoughts on Larson before picking what other drivers they would like to see do the Double.

Watch the whole show below or listen to the audio version wherever you get your podcasts.

About the author

Podcast Manager

A Graduate of Virginia Tech in Sports Media and Analytics, Trey Lyle has been covering NASCAR since 2021 as the producer of the Fast Lane with Ed Lane on VTRN Sports 93.3 FM in Lynchburg, Va.

Trey joined FS in 2023 to cohost Happy Hour and help out on the podcast front as the producer for Brining the Heat with Bryan Nolen. Now, he oversees the entire podcast operation for Frontstretch.


Podcast Manager

Michael Massie joined Frontstretch in 2017 and has served as the Content Director since 2020. Massie, a Richmond, Va., native, has covered NASCAR, IndyCar, SRX and the CARS Tour. Outside of motorsports, the Virginia Tech grad and Green Bay Packers minority owner can be seen cheering on his beloved Hokies and Packers.

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Simple how it went down. Ricky threw a right punch that landed on Kyles left cheek. That was it. The rest was just others trying to keep them apart. And there isn’t another Nascar driver, at this time, good enough to attempt the double.

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