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Evaluating the 2019 rules package (1:15); why has there been less drafting? (2:45); will Texas Motor Speedway offer an opportunity for catchup to Team Penske and Joe Gibbs Racing? (4:15); how Texas’ dual-corner configuration will present an interesting approach with the new rules package (5:45); what the realistic expectations were for lower horsepower/high downforce and did NASCAR want more out of it so far (7:15); sometimes the better races just happen later in the season (8:00); do the playoffs just have an undue effect on the quality of racing? (9:45); whether Stewart-Haas Racing can ratchet up its performance this weekend (12:00); can capping out happen to Team Penske (14:00); the pecking order of Joe Gibbs Racing vs. Penske (15:30); exploring the dearth of cautions and crashes (16:45); the theory that the cars aren’t out of control because drivers aren’t (18:00); sometimes there’s no explanation for fewer yellow flags (19:45); will Bristol be as insanely fast as Brad Keselowski predicted and whither the traction compound (21:15); the impact of the grip level on a driver mentally and physically (22:30); the goal of the traction compound (23:30); why Jeff and I like watching drivers run the bottom at Bristol (24:30); what (if any) changes could be made to the 2019 rules package (26:45); factoring the owners and teams into any decision-making (28:30); tying Zion Williamson into the essence of competition and how it relates to NASCAR (30:30).

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