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In Episode 3, we break down last week’s NASCAR action at Homestead-Miami Speedway. William Byron got the job done for Hendrick Motorsports in the Cup Series race while Myatt Snider earned his first career win in the Xfinity race. Of course, that was a win that really should’ve gone to Noah Gragson, and we’re coming in HOT with our thoughts and reactions on what was truly a mind-boggling bad break. We also discuss the incredible sponsorship opportunity presented to the Truck Series teams before wrapping up with a preview of this weekend’s Pennzoil 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway . DFS advice and betting leans are included!
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The NASCAR Cup Series race this past weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway was entertaining in more ways than one. However, it was the late-race drama that unfolded in Saturday’s Xfinity Series race that caught most of the headlines. Noah Gragson’s string of bad luck at Homestead continued. The 22-year-old looked to be on his way to earning a sure win with the #9 car holding a sizable lead with just three laps to go. That is until David Starr had a tire go down. This caused him to lose control and swerve up the track. Naturally, this took place right in front of Gragson as he went to make the pass.
For those who haven’t yet seen the incident, check out the short YouTube video below for full context. It’s pretty safe to say you don’t want to miss what the boys on Burnt Rubber Racing have to say about both the wreck and ensuing back-and-forth saga between drivers and teams!
Of course, there’s plenty more in Episode 3 than just dissecting Gragson’s latest bad break at Homestead. Discussion points include whether or not Roush Fenway Racing can build off their strong showing in Miami, the sponsorship opportunity that Camping World CEO Marcus Lemonis is offering NASCAR Truck Series teams and more. Be sure to stick around to the finish for a breakdown, preview and picks of this weekend’s Pennzoil 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.