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Atlanta traffic and pit reporter Doug "Fireball" Turnbull, WSB Radio Host Eric Von Haessler, and championship-winning mechanic Dan Elliott go long form on five big stories in the racing world each week, along with tales from the garage and the grandstands from over the years.
 
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Doug, Dan, and guest co-host Devin Kupka file through driver comments on the new surface and banking at Atlanta Motor Speedway from Kurt Busch, Ross Chastain, and Chris Buescher. Devin and Doug give their thoughts on what they saw at the tire test. And the gang discusses the Brandon Brown-LGBcoin saga, along with more recent Silly Season news.…
 
Doug and Dan name their top 2021 drivers for each series, NASCAR's biggest dud, and the sport's biggest story this year. They also discuss the COVID surge's potential ramifications and the many unknowns with the Next-Gen car. Finally, they talk about the F1 finale and remember several recent losses in the racing community.…
 
Alberto Costa (Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH, USA) discusses his study on the use of memantine in adolescents and young adults with Down syndrome, which is published in the January issue of The Lancet Neurology. Read the full article: https://www.thelancet.com/journals/laneur/article/PIIS1474-4422(21)00369-0/fulltext…
 
Smilin' and Doug bring their final 2021 podcast with a look back at Braves playoff and parade traffic and some trends since the fall time change. They also talk about recent bad crashes on I-85, how to drive more defensively during the holidays, and what Smilin' has noticed and wondered about during the Cheshire Bridge closure.…
 
Olivier Rascol (Toulouse University, France) discusses the uses of amantadine in the treatment of patients with movement disorders, which are the focus of his Personal View in the December issue of The Lancet Neurology. Read the full article: https://www.thelancet.com/journals/laneur/article/PIIS1474-4422(21)00249-0/fulltext…
 
Doug and Dan join guest analysts "Bud's Garage" host Bud Hughes and F1 super-fan George Clark to cover a lot of ground. Clark explains his F1 fandom and the Hamilton-Verstappen showdown last weekend in Brazil. Bud and Doug discuss their time at Petit Le Mans at Road Atlanta. And the gang also talks the IMSA fan experience, the Next Gen car's effect…
 
Doug, Eric, and Dan are joined again by guest analyst Devin Kupka to discuss how Larson's championship is the cherry on top of an incredible season in several series. They opine on who the driver suffered the most Phoenix disappointment, on Kevin Harvick's strangely consistent year, and on the end of several eras (Keselowski-Penske, Newman full-tim…
 
Special guest Devin Kupka joins Doug and Dan to break down the crazy last segment of Martinsville and why the last four races point to a Hendrick championship. They give reasons to pick for and against each Cup Series Championship Four driver, quickly analyze the Xfinity and Truck Series Phoenix championship prospects, and Dan talks NHRA. Then Eric…
 
Smilin' and Doug dissect some awful occurrences on their shifts: I-285-Washington hours-long big rig crash, woman thrown from I-85 bridge, and the tragic PDK plane crash. They also break down the fall driving patterns and how traffic truly is back. Then at the 45 min. mark, GA Farm Bureau Insurance agent Coleman Fisher joins to talk with Doug about…
 
Doug and Dan break down the Texas races, Larson/Hendrick's dominance, and the teams on the ropes. They also discuss the 550HP package and fan expectations, the future of electric vehicles, Daniel Hemric's psyche, and Stewart's new NHRA teams. Then Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta president Rick Humphrey joins to talk Motul Petit Le Mans and why that r…
 
Doug breaks down what he, Smilin' Mark, and the WSB Traffic Team think of GDOT's decision to delay the double-lane-closures on I-285 on the north side and why the state had to. Then GFBI agent Coleman Fisher comes back for the second of three parts in his interview with Doug, this time discussing whether pandemic driving is actually more dangerous …
 
Doug and Dan convene to talk -Implications from Harvick-Elliott clash-Surprises that missed Playoff cut -If the dirt at Bristol made the pavement race better -The crazy NXS and NCWTS finishes -COVID affecting the Playoffs -The pressure off of two prospects-Justin Allgaier joins to talk about racing Sam Mayer hard…
 
Eric returns with his thoughts on the big races at Daytona and Darlington. Doug, Dan, and him also placate the knee-jerk Richmond criticism. The crew also debates the JGR hype and the Hendrick hiccups and covers the 2022 new schedule, including the Clash in L.A. They also discuss Silly Season in IndyCar, NASCAR, and F1 and the Lewis vs. Max crash i…
 
Priya Palta (Columbia University, New York) explains the importance of blood pressure control in the prevention of cognitive decline. Her Review, published in the October issue of The Lancet Neurology, provides an update of the mounting evidence that links hypertension with dementia risk. Read the full article: https://www.thelancet.com/journals/la…
 
Doug talks about some recent traffic trends after Labor Day and the delay in major I-285 lane closures. Doug then interviews Georgia Farm Bureau Insurance agent Coleman Fisher on what exactly his company insures, how it got its name, and why a local insurer is very beneficial to the customer.
 
Doug interviews SRTA Executive Director Chris Tomlinson about how the Peach Pass will make Airport parking easier and how that system is expanding. Doug also shares a terrible instance about people that blocked an emergency lane and toasts Mark Arum's last day in Triple Team Traffic after over two decades of service.…
 
Doug, Dan, and guest analyst Bud Hughes gather to discuss yet another controversial and crazy debut race at a course. They weigh the options with curbing and officiating and how NASCAR, Briscoe, and Hamlin should have handled the finish. They also weigh in on how charters shape the Cup Series Silly Season. And Truck Series Playoff driver Chandler S…
 
Doug, Eric, and Dan break down NASCAR's return to Watkins Glen and the sheer prowess of Elliott and his chase of Larson, along with the risks the 9 team is taking in inspection. They also look at Ty Gibbs and where he could drive and if anyone has set a pace like he has. They also give a nod to fallen crew member Mike Rich and the four other 2021 G…
 
Smilin' and Doug convene to break down the ramps closing and the big one opening and changing locations in Sandy Springs. GDOT's Natalie Dale joins to discuss the big benchmark in the GA-400/I-285 project. Then Doug and Smilin' discuss any pattern changes for the beginning of back to school season.
 
Irene Cortese (National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke) discusses the difficulties of designing clinical trials in progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy and talks about a pilot study of virus-specific T cells for treatment of this population, published in the August issue of The Lancet Neurology. Read the full article: https://…
 
With Eric on vacation, Doug and Dan recap Road America and preview this weekend's AMS races. Then they dig in to the big changes announced at Atlanta Motor Speedway and what Trackhouse's buying of Ganassi means. They also discuss drivers spilling news and then Alex Bowman joins to talk about what driving in place of big name drivers is like.…
 
Doug and Dan recap the Pocono twin bill, analyzing both Kyle Busch's gutsy win and whether Hendrick has a chink in its sheet metal. Dan talks about the difficulty of driving a transmission in only fourth gear and a reason behind the 9 team's lug nut penalty. Then Doug interviews the legendary Mario Andretti about, among other things, his karting ce…
 
The full crew convenes after a couple of weeks off to discuss Larson's recent dominance and to rate the return of Nashville Superspeedway. They also take a deep dive on Nashville's Trackhouse Racing and Doug interviews Cup Series rookie Anthony Alfredo about how he ended up in the No. 38 ride and his plans for 2022.…
 
Doug Turnbull (University of Newcastle) discusses mitochondrial diseases in adults, which are reviewed in the July issue of The Lancet Neurology, and explains how important these diseases are for neurologists. Read the full article: https://www.thelancet.com/journals/laneur/article/PIIS1474-4422(21)00098-3/fulltext…
 
The full crew returns to talk about Eric's new YouTube shows and the future of media. They also discuss the historical significance of racing and COTA and how to better officiate and equip for rain-racing. They also dissect the potential ownership role for Brad Keselowski at Roush-Fenway and the Indy 500 and F1 ups and downs last weekend.…
 
Geert Jan Biessels (University Medical Centre Utrecht) discusses his research, published in our June issue, on using strategic infarct locations to predict post-stroke cognitive impairment. Read the full article: https://www.thelancet.com/journals/laneur/article/PIIS1474-4422(21)00060-0/fulltextBy The Lancet Neurology
 
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