We arrived at Ascot in the late morning and were shown to our base for the day — a box in the King Edward VII enclosure with amazing views of the course. The whole of Ascot was already awash with people dressed up for the occasion, carrying picnics and buzzing with the excitement of the day. It was lovely to be a part of.
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The odds-on Didtheyleaveuoutto got up in the dying strides to defeat pacesetter Starjac. He is such a professional at home and on the track. Our Reward demolished his six rivals to coast home in the handicap hurdle by 26 lengths under Jack Quinlan for trainer Jamie Snowden.
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Jason and Andrew are now both officially college student and after a thrilling weekend at Bristol, they discuss Matt DiBenedetto racing for his life, the crowd reactions at Bristol, Ross Chastain racing aggressively, needing drivers to be animated and Jimmie Johnson's playoff hopes. Andrew returns from Michigan and joins Jason to talk sitting on Bubba Wallace's pit box, implementing team data into the TV broadcast, needing All-Star Race driver introductions at every track, improving pre-race entertainment, why playoff points kill excitement, affordable concession stand prices and preparing Andrew to start college at Arizona State University. Jason Schultz and Andrew Kurland cover Andrew's weekend at Pocono Raceway, Ross Chastain's truck series victory, drivers needing signature celebrations, organizing driver fan groups, Jason's Watkins Glen camping memories, whether traction compound should be a permanent fix, Aric Almirola saying bamboo and eating cheap in college.
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