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Bussin' with the Boys: Will Compton and Taylor Lewan Get Candid with Dale Jr.

Bussin' with the Boys: Will Compton and Taylor Lewan Get Candid with Dale Jr.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. sat down with Will Compton and Taylor Lewan of Barstool’s Bussin’ With The Boys. They discussed Will and Taylor’s early days as college football players, giving Dale, who never went to college, a glimpse into the student-athlete experience. Taylor talked about the chaos of the NFL combine and shared his NFL draft night experience, while Will shared the origin story of the Bussin’ With The Boys podcast and finding the iconic bus. The group also talked about the injuries Will and Taylor encountered during their careers, including an injury that left Taylor heartbroken. Will shared why he turned down the New York Jets late in his career and discussed playing alongside Taylor at the Tennessee Titans. They also shared a hilarious story of the time they played against each other on the football field, now known as “The Bussin’ Bowl.” The conversation ended with Dale, Will, and Taylor sharing how they became friends. This episode is the longest DJD episode so far this year for a good reason. You won’t want to miss it. Follow Dirty Mo Media Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: TikTok: All About Dirty Mo Media: Chapters 00:00 : Intro 13:00 : High School and College Recruitment 30:21 : The Incognito Story 44:10 : The Emotional Rollercoaster of the NFL Draft 54:01 : Undrafted but Determined: Making the Most of Opportunities 01:02:45 : Perseverance and Preparation: Keys to Success in the NFL 01:08:45 : Concerns and Reluctance about Podcasting 01:20:09 : Challenges of Injuries and Recovery 01:29:00 : The Roller Coaster of Emotions and Comeback Attempts 01:34:46 : Dealing with Plantar Fasciitis 01:41:00 : The Importance of Consistency and Audience Connection 01:46:08 : Will's Successful Transition from NFL to Podcasting 02:07:47 : The Barstool Sports Partnership 02:16:50 : Gratitude for the Opportunity and Friendship with Dale Jr. 02:23:28 : The Bussin' with the Boys Podcast and Future Plans
Dale Jr. on the All-Star Race: North Wilkesboro Sets a New Standard for Short Tracks

Dale Jr. on the All-Star Race: North Wilkesboro Sets a New Standard for Short Tracks

Join Dale Earnhardt Jr. in the latest episode of Dirty Air as he dives into the action-packed race at North Wilkesboro Speedway. From his NYC adventures to the success of the track's repave, Dale covers it all. Plus, should NASCAR shake things up with multiple tire compounds? And don't miss Dale's take on the heated showdown between Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and Kyle Busch, along with Kyle Larson's double duty at Indy. Tune in for all the excitement and insights. Follow Dirty Mo Media Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: TikTok: All About Dirty Mo Media: Chapters 00:00 : Introduction 18:15 : North Wilkesboro Speedway and the All-Star Race 29:17 : The Importance of Practice Sessions 35:00 : The Future of the All-Star Race 37:37 : The Excitement of Racing at Charlotte 38:20 : The Importance of Practice Sessions on Television 41:15 : The Impact of Different Tire Compounds 56:31 : Analyzing the Altercation between Kyle Busch and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 59:02 : Kyle Larson's Double Duty at Indianapolis 01:13:34 : Uncertainty Surrounding Stewart-Haas Racing's Future 01:16:58 : Joey Logano on the Busy Schedule of the Coke 600 Weekend 01:19:42 : Logano's Impressions of the Repaved North Wilkesboro Racetrack 01:20:10 : Experience as a Broadcaster 01:22:10 : Discussion on the Upcoming In-Season Tournament in NASCAR 01:25:38 : Worst Weather Delay Experience 01:41:08 : Past Experiences with Boxing
The Business of NASCAR Charters with Spire’s Jeff Dickerson

The Business of NASCAR Charters with Spire’s Jeff Dickerson

In this episode, Kelley Earnhardt Miller sits down with Jeff Dickerson, co-owner of Spire Motorsports. Kelley and Jeff discuss his journey to NASCAR, and how Spire Motorsports was “accidentally” created. Jeff explains the current state of the NASCAR charter negotiations and offers his perspective on getting the deal done. They discuss the evolving landscape of the sport, and how the instability of the current charter system affects sponsorship. Jeff also gives his opinions on the possibility of NASCAR implementing a spending cap for the teams and shares his insight on how close the two parties are to reaching an agreement. Are all of the teams aligned in the charter negotiations with NASCAR? What needs to change to keep teams healthy within NASCAR’s charter system? Will the value of charters continue to rise? Follow Dirty Mo Media Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: TikTok: All About Dirty Mo Media: Chapters 00:00 - Introduction 03:19 - Involvement in Charter Deals 08:09 - The Formation of Spire Motorsports 13:17 - The Increasing Value of Charters 21:29 - The Challenges of the Business Model 27:01 - The Unified Stance of Teams 31:07 - The Complexities of Running a NASCAR Team 33:01 - The Importance of Collaboration in the NASCAR Industry 36:33 - Working Together to Grow the Sport 38:56 - Transparency 45:26 - The Impact of the New Car on Competition 47:50 - The Need to Fix Short Tracks 54:22 - Best Advice 01:01:08 - Emotion Doesn't Equate to Winning
Dale Jr. Impressed By Darlington’s Incredible Moments

Dale Jr. Impressed By Darlington’s Incredible Moments

Dale Earnhardt Jr. returns from vacationing in London and Scotland for another edition of Dirty Air. Although he was overseas spending time with Jimmie Johnson, Matt Kenseth, and Casey Mears, it didn’t keep him from tuning into all the action at Darlington for NASCAR's throwback weekend. Dale discusses the emotions and motivations behind Chris Buescher's confrontation with Tyler Reddick, as well as Buescher's desire to win in the NASCAR Cup Series. Plus, who is to blame for William Byron and Ryan Blaney's on-track run-in? They also delve into Brad Keselowski's influence on the Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing team and his decision to become a driver-owner. Dale also speculates potential changes in the NASCAR landscape, including Michael McDowell's move to Spire Motorsports and the possibility of charters being sold or transferred between teams. Follow Dirty Mo Media Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: TikTok: All About Dirty Mo Media: Chapters: 00:00 - Introduction 02:37 - Recap of the Darlington Race 04:23 - Dale Jr.'s Trip to Scotland and London 06:17 - Exciting Moments from the Darlington Race 10:54 - Travel Stories 21:30 - The Role of Aerodynamics and Racing Strategies 26:54 - Discussion on Chris Buescher and Tyler Reddick's Race 36:06 - Chris Buescher's Confrontation and Emotions 38:05 - Brad Keselowski's Influence on Roush Fenway Racing 49:49 - Michael McDowell's Move and Potential Changes in NASCAR 01:03:32 - Speculation about Charters and the Excitement of Silly Season 01:13:36 - The Importance of a Spotter in NASCAR 21+ and present in NC. First online real money wager only. $10 Deposit req. Bonus issued as non-withdrawable bonus bets that expire 7 days after receipt. Restrictions apply. See full terms at Gambling problem? Call 877-718-5543 or visit
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Two-time Daytona 500 champion and winner of 15 consecutive NASCAR Most Popular Driver awards… Winner of two NASCAR Xfinity Series championships as a driver and five as a team owner… Recognized still as one of America’s most beloved sports figures... New York Times best-selling author, most recently for his 2018 book Racing To The Finish… Currently an analyst for NBC Sports’ NASCAR coverage.

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Andrew Kurland

Andrew Kurland first started working in the NASCAR garages at 12 years old as a reporter for NASCAR’s kid programming. As an on-air correspondent, Kurland has interacted with a variety of drivers and personalities throughout the sport. Over the years he has appeared on NASCAR on NBC, Fox Sports 1, and as part of the Kids Drive NASCAR platform. He also served as a sports anchor for Arizona PBS’ nightly programming


Carla Metts Gebhart

Currently working at FOX Charlotte, WJZY-TV as the Sports Director and an Anchor. She previously worked for NASCAR and Midcos Sports Network as a producer and reporter in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.


Casey Boat

A marketing professional in the NASCAR industry. Married to Chad Boat, a professional stock car and sprint car racer who -owns Trucker Boat Motorsports. A native of Miami, Florida and alumnus of UNC Charlotte.

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