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Grip Strip Podcast Episode 136 – What a Cluster$%^&!

Phil and Josh return for E136 of the GSP to discuss all of the nonsense that took place at one of the worst racetracks on Planet Earth.  Tyler Reddick takes his third win of 2022 and first on an oval while Brad Keselowski earned his first pole since 2019 and first as an owner/driver.  Issues with tires, safety with the car, rain, #GripStrip, and a shitty track led to one of the longest races in recent memory for all the wrong reasons.  The guys go over the craziness and points leading into a wild card at Talladega. 

Gagson wins his 4th in a row to join legend Sam Ard with four consecutive wins in the series and lock into the Round of 8 while others have to look at the next two races as an opportunity and possibility to advance.  Jimmie Johnson announced his retirement from full-time driving so Phil and Josh give their thoughts about 7-Time and what he has meant to motorsports as a whole. 

The GSP Roundup covers MotoGP/Moto2 at Motegi and Thailand, NHRA at Charlotte, WSBK at Barcelona, Extreme E at Chile, IMSA Petit Le Mans, Rally New Zealand for WRC and W Series at Singapore before the guys cover their actual teams and fantasy teams in the NFL review. 

Phil and Josh preview the F1 Singapore Grand Prix and who will likely finish behind Verstappen before going over the triple header at Talladega along with Josh bringing out the Tate Fogleman Algorithm before Josh’s Sim Segment and Show Close.

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Passionate and knowledgeable Motorsports fan along with love of football, baseball and fantasy sports. Podcaster, bowler, reader and currently working full-time while still pursuing my passions.

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