Push to Pass [S3E18] – Packing It Up for Texas

Three-wide was a bad idea in Texas, so we decided to remain cautious and only go two-wide for our review of the Rainguard 600. Dusty & I discuss the race, the carnage, the six drivers that finished on the lead lap, and some other news from the past week around the world of IndyCar. http://dts.podtrac.com/redirect.mp3/www.slipstreamnetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/P2P-S3E18-Packing-it-up-for-Texas.mp3 […]

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Newgarden and Daly Will Not Compete in Firestone 600 Completion at Texas Motor Speedway this August

Man, what a weekend this was for Josef Newgarden. First, Ed Carpenter racing had J.R. Hildebrand ready as a substitute driver for the No. 21 Chevy, assuming Newgarden would need time to heal from a fractured clavicle and wrist. How silly of us to assume such a thing! Beyond most common understanding, Newgarden managed to earn medical […]

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NASCAR Relationship With Phil Robertson Speaks to Inconsistency on Acceptance

As with just about everything else, it seems that NASCAR just can’t come to a consistent stance on the issue of gay rights and acceptance. When the new “religious freedom” law in Indiana was announced, people were outraged that a state could pass a law that was so discriminatory against the gay and lesbian community. As […]

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