From atop the spotter’s stand to behind the microphone, spotters TJ Majors and Brett Griffin bring a whole new perspective to Dirty Mo Radio. They will debate back and forth on a timer and discuss their views from the stand, hot topics in NASCAR and today’s society.
A live taping of Door Bumper Clear at Pocono Raceway ahead of the Gander RV 400. TJ and Brett cover spotting the wrong cars, Dale Jr.’s 2014 Pocono sweep, when TJ stopped spotting Dale Jr. for 30 laps and answer live fan questions.
Brett is back after Pocono and the gang discusses Ricky Stenhouse Jr. turning Kurt Busch, Daniel Suarez vs Bubba Wallace, Suarez’s restart penalty, Ross Chastain winning again, Jimmie Johnson’s crew chief change, visine sandwiches and more.
Race winning spotter Tim Fedewa returns after Kevin Harvick’s New Hampshire victory. He and TJ cover the battle for the win, brake checking the field on restarts, Denny Hamlin calling out spotters, Paul Menard vs Harrison Burton and speeding tickets.
Kevin Harvick’s spotter Tim Fedewa joins the gang after Kentucky to talk his racing career, the Busch brothers battling for the win, Joey Logano falling from 1st to 7th in overtime, Natalie Decker’s hat toss and tossing a sandwich off the roof.
The gang relives everything from Daytona including Brad Keselowski not lifting, blocking and Sunday’s big one, Justin Haley’s upset victory, NASCAR’s lightning policy, Ross Chastain’s win and being arrested without explanation.
Chicagoland provided plenty for the gang to discuss including Alex Bowman’s win, Kyle Busch blocking Joey Logano, Austin Hill vs Grant Enfinger, when to throw cautions, the final July Daytona race, a spotter in the TV booth and new sponsor Offerpad.
Ross Chastain joins the show after his Truck Series win at Gateway. He and the gang cover his Iowa disqualification, Sonoma’s carousel, no natural cautions on Sunday, Johnny Sauter’s suspension, how to prove yourself in racing and throwing birds.
Brett returns from Clint Bowyer’s birthday on a yacht and joins TJ, Casey, and Jason to discuss the lack of passing at Pocono, Kyle Larson vs Clint Bowyer, racing being a mind game now, hybrid race cars, best dad jokes, pickup lines and more.
A long World 600 provided the gang plenty to cover including JGR’s blown tires, Martin Truex Jr. asking David Ragan to move to the rear, no caution for debris on Saturday, potential for an IndyCar/NASCAR doubleheader, bets with a six-year-old and more.
Freddie Kraft is back with the gang after Bubba Wallace’s big All-Star night to discuss his performance, Clint Bowyer vs Ryan Newman, fighting with a helmet on, shortening the World 600, Kyle Larson’s next move and spotter bathroom breaks.
The gang welcomes Hannah Newhouse back to spill the dirt on her douchebag comment from Bristol. She and the guys then discuss Erik Jones blocking Clint Bowyer, the restart lineup debacle, Ross Chastain’s truck win and All-Star Race expectations.
The gang returns from rainy Dover to cover the Cup cars being too easy to drive, aero package criticism, the return of single car qualifying, Kevin Harvick’s millennial car, best post-race parties and be pranked by JRM360.
Karsyn Elledge joins the gang after a wild weekend at Talladega to talk more horsepower for the Cup cars, the timing of the last lap caution, manufacturer team meetings, NASCAR racing in Mexico, hottest drivers and partying in the Talladega infield.
Freddie Kraft, TJ Majors, Casey Boat and Jason Schultz breakdown Richmond, Joey Logano not moving Martin Truex Jr. to win, rumored qualifying changes, moving over for teammates, best NASCAR comebacks, more horsepower at Talladega, Freddie’s half marathon and more.
AP reporter Jenna Fryer joins the gang to discuss her Darrell Waltrip article and the state of the NASCAR media before talking Bristol, Joey Logano and Clint Bowyer’s run-in, Brad Keselowski’s penalty, outrageous hotel prices and heated toilet seats.
TJ returned from Disney, Brett brought tequila, Casey got married and Jason turned 21! The season debut episode with guest Freddie Kraft breaks down Daytona, previews group qualifying with the new aero package and includes birthday shots.
Brett, Freddie, Jason and Cup Series championship spotter TJ Majors reflect on the title race, after-party and blowing motors before covering Brad Keselowski’s role in the final caution, Elliott Sadler’s finale, needing to honor Kasey Kahne and more.
Tito’s Vodka and Freddie Kraft join the gang after Phoenix to discuss Kevin Harvick advancing to Homestead despite the penalty, Brett meeting Timmy Hill, favorite Elliott Sadler memories, Joey Logano and TJ’s championship chances and more.
Freddie Kraft joins TJ “T-pot,” Casey and Jason after Texas to cover Aric Almirola’s comments on Joey Logano, Kyle Busch trying to wreck Bubba Wallace, ride swaps with other racers, Championship 4 predictions and the best Brett Griffin stories.
The gang is joined by Brett’s daughter Jovi and dog Layla to celebrate Joey Logano and TJ’s Martinsville victory, react to the bump and run, debate potential schedule changes, share their Halloween costumes plus more.
Brett, TJ and Jason relive Kansas and cover making the Round of 8, an eventful Xfinity Series race, the unfair playoff points advantage, potential for NASCAR in Australia, World Series predictions and Martinsville’s Dutch Inn.
The whole gang is in studio after Talladega, including TJ, to discuss the Ford teamwork strategy, no final lap caution, Jimmie Johnson and Chad Knaus splitting up, best Kasey Kahne memories, the most punchable face in NASCAR, spending 30 hours in a coffin and more.
Brett, Casey, Jason and Freddie Kraft cover Clint Bowyer’s problems at Dover, the 2019 rules package, flipping race car drivers off, Chase Elliott’s chances to reach Homestead, singing for 36 hours, pressure at Talladega and more.
The gang is joined by Racer.com’s Kelly Crandall after the Charlotte ROVAL race to cover the wild finish, playoff eliminations, the 2019 rules package, Round of 12 predictions, Noah Gragson joining JRM, betting at Dover and more.
Brett, Casey and Jason are back along with Freddie Kraft, filling in for TJ, to cover Dale Jr.’s performance at Richmond, Ross Chastain’s rise, silly season rumors, Twitter emojis on racecars, Charlotte ROVAL expectations and strange fair food.
Freddie Kraft joins Brett, Casey and Matthew Dillner after Indy to hear about Casey’s bachelorette party and discuss the four-wide Xfinity Series stage finish, a possible return to Nashville and Rockingham, Round of 16 elimination predictions and more.
The gang is back together as Brett sets the record straight about Clint Bowyer’s Darlington crash before covering lapped traffic, Ross Chastain and Kevin Harvick, Elliott Sadler’s retirement, drivers as females, cussing in Myrtle Beach and more.
After Elliott Sadler stops by, Freddie Kraft returns as guest co-host to discuss an intense Bristol, Kyle Busch wrecking Martin Truex Jr., Kasey Kahne retiring, the racing wives TV show, a spotters reality show, food cravings and more.
TJ returns and joins Brett, old lady Casey and Matthew Dillner to cover NASCAR’s order on victory celebrations, Kyle Larson’s dirt racing comments, silly season rumors, the Brian France news and breaking out of a nursing home to attend one final concert.
Bubba Wallace’s spotter Freddie Kraft joins Brett, Casey and Jason after a wild Watkins Glen to discuss Chase Elliott’s win, racing in the rain, Bill Elliott’s comeback, drunk antics at the Chili Bowl, bad dog names, Chinese freeze tag, plus more.
The gang reunites after Pocono to cover Bubba Wallace’s scary crash, 13 cars failing qualifying inspection, seeing the All-Star Race package more in 2019, road course spotting and the great chicken wing debate.
Matthew Dillner joins Brett and Jason to discuss Kevin Harvick’s bump and run, the financial gap between big and small teams, a chaotic ROVAL test, more dirt track races, being a millionaire for 10 minutes and more.
Matthew Dillner joins shady TJ, convict Brett and seatbelt-less Jason to talk Ricky Stenhouse Jr. v.s. Kyle Busch, Kentucky’s sprinkler folly, underrated drivers, anticipation for Eldora, NASCAR’s best trash talkers, singalong Ubers and more.
A wild Daytona left the gang plenty to cover including the carnage from Saturday night, Ricky Stenhouse Jr.’s performance, Erik Jones’ first career win, NASCAR’s yellow line call on Justin Haley, a lack of NASCAR star power, Brett’s prison resort and more.
Karsyn Elledge joins the gang as they discuss the final lap drama from Chicagoland, Clint Bowyer’s speeding penalties, Kyle Busch’s cry baby face, rehydrating with pickle juice, college advice for Karsyn, fake IDs and more.
Brett's dog keeps the gang company in studio as they cover Martin Truex Jr.'s fake pit call, the lack of winners in 2018, Kyle Larson's sprint car racing comments, a canceled restrictor plate package test at Indianapolis, Dale Jr. as a broadcaster, nerd shots, and more.
The gang is back together to celebrate Clint Bowyer’s Michigan win and discuss his performance, the Xfinity restrictor plate package, Kenseth’s struggles, the triple crown of NASCAR, getting tased, and being shot out of a cannon.
One-time spotter Matthew Dillner again joins Brett and Jason to talk about the Xfinity aero package at Pocono, IndyCar pace car crash, Johnson and Knaus, problematic lapped traffic, illegal race winners, and more.
The greatest day in racing is complete! Matthew Dillner joins TJ, Brett and Jason to talk Kyle Busch’s accomplishment, the Indy 500, Xfinity restrictor plate package, racing on a street course, heart-shaped bathtubs, fan day show highlights, and more.
A wild All-Star Race left the gang plenty to discuss on the 100th episode. They cover the new rules package, Logano turning Larson, Kyle Busch’s truck comments, Roush on the front row, indoor water parks and pig latin.
TJ is fresh off his Talladega victory and relives the race with the gang before covering everything that went down at Talladega, Matt Kenseth’s return, NASCAR buying ARCA, qualifying without restrictor plates, overused words and Frozen costumes.