Friday marked a big night for SPEED. It was their very first official broadcast of a NASCAR Nationwide Series race.
Hello and welcome back to Talking NASCAR TV, where I look into the race broadcasts that we all watch and sometimes enjoy.
Looking back at Saturday’s race at Talladega, ESPN did an OK job in televising it. However, there is something that they didn’t capitalize on.
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Hello, race fans, and welcome back to Talking NASCAR TV, where we look into the motorsports telecasts made available to the general public.
There isn’t much to say about FOX’s NASCAR broadcast from Sunday. A lot of the same issues I’ve already mentioned in earlier critiques popped up once again.
FOX needs to show more of the show, same as ESPN. Just not a good week in general, NASCAR TV-wise, at Bristol.
NASCAR racing still fired up this weekend over in the Camping World Truck Series, which returned to Darlington Raceway for the Too Tough To Tame 200.
Overnight ratings from Sunday’s Kobalt Tools 400 (March 6) have been released and NASCAR is likely all smiles.
This past weekend, NASCAR was in Avondale, Ariz. for the last major race at Phoenix International Raceway before the track is ripped up and reconfigured.
With NASCAR’s three national series back with the biggest race for each, there was plenty to cover as Daytona Speedweeks reached a thrilling conclusion.
Frontstretch caught up with Max Papis, driver of the GEICO Tundra during the Rolex 24 at Daytona’s Champions Photo-Op.