B.J. McLeod made his NASCAR national series debut almost ten years ago, and now he’s fielding cars in multiple series and still has hopes of being a winner one day. In an in-depth interview this week, McLeod discusses his very successful road getting to NASCAR and how he approaches his career today.

– How McLeod came to own a Cup Series team, and reasons why it’s cheaper in today’s climate

– The dynamic of McLeod owning teams but driving for other team owners

– McLeod on being a lapped car and respecting the leaders, choosing his lane, and not putting the blame on anyone else

– A never before told story on not having any radio communication during an Xfinity Series race at Daytona (where he had to do his own fuel mileage and spotting)

– If other drivers have given McLeod feedback on being respectful on track

– Standing out for his unique personality and look

– Why it was important to McLeod to have a driver development program

– His long-term goal and plan in racing