NASCAR America at 5:30 p.m. ET: Dover recap, Darrell Wallace Jr. in the No. 43
Today’s episode of NASCAR America airs for 30 minutes beginning at 5: 30 p.m ET and recaps the big storylines from Sunday’s Cup race at Dover, won by Jimmie Johnson.
Marty Snider hosts with Jeff Burton and Dale Jarrett in NBC Charlotte.
On today’s show:
· The NASCAR Cup Series race at Dover provided lots of interesting storylines from the weekend. We will talk about Jimmie Johnson’s milestone victory as he ties his boyhood hero Cale Yarborough. We’ll discuss whether or not overtime has a place in NASCAR. Plus, we’ll hear from Kyle Larson, who had a career high in laps led only to finish second on Sunday.
· Only 26 more days until Daytona! We start the countdown to NBC Sports’ coverage of the NASCAR Cup Series and take a look back at Jamie McMurray’s thrilling win over Kyle Busch at Daytona in 2007.
· We also discuss the breaking news that Darrell Wallace Jr. will make his Cup debut this weekend driving the No. 43 Ford in place of the injured Aric Almirola.
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