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The general manager of the three-car team on expanding to a third car and moving into a new shop in Mooresville (1:00); juggling building and preparing cars between two locations (3:00); the advantage of being more centrally located in Charlotte (6:00); the deeper talent pool in expanding by a few dozen employees (8:30); how many people have been at Front Row since the start (10:30); whether the team decided to make the six-figure investment of buying an Optical Scanning Station (12:30); the equipment available at a new shop that once housed winning cars for Chip Ganassi Racing (17:00); why Front Row has tried to acquire more charters (20:00); what the Gen 7 could mean for cost reduction and manufacturer involvement (23:00); limiting inventories of parts and cars and why it can help (26:00); how IndyCar could provide a blueprint for NASCAR in capping team budgets (30:00); the impact of the 2019 rules package on Front Row (33:00); using overlaying driver data to improve performance (36:00); the fiery side of Michael McDowell this season and how Ford brokered a peace after Daytona (40:00); do the controversial headlines help the team? (45:00); whether a fourth car is on the horizon (47:00).

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