Vegas: How NASCAR should handle the Bubba Wallace-Kyle Larson crash; Joey Logano’s winning moves; why drivers struggle with the Next Gen limits
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A return to playoff normalcy (1:30); how Joey Logano put himself in position to win (3:00); the battle fort he lead with Ross Chastain (5:00); the strength of Chastain’s No. 1 pit crew (6:30); on the improvement of 1.5-mile tracks this season (8:30); Trackhouse Racing’s continued breakthrough (10:00); Ryan Blaney’s sudden ending to a solid day (11:30); how the cars are speaking to the drivers differently about where the limit is with the Next Gen (14:00); how that might have helped some drivers (17:00); and how it might have hurt others -- and their teams in particular (18:30); Christopher Bell’s Round of 8 outlook after a tough break (20:00); Burton’s take on Bubba Wallace’s contact with Kyle Larson (22:30); how should NASCAR address Bubba Wallace’s actions? (24:00); a case for restructuring how NASCAR issues driver and team penalties (26:30); the balance of holding a driver responsible but also allowing leeway for heat of the moment (28:00); the plight of Chase Elliott heading into Homestead (30:30); Denny Hamlin’s quietly solid Vegas (32:30); a Kurt Busch sendoff (34:30).