The coverage itself saw almost all of FOX’s hallmarks from NASCAR 2010 return. Some of these were good… and some were bad.
Saturday was the seventh victory in the marquee ARCA event for Bobby Gerhart and the fifth in the last seven years.
Ray Evernham, who worked part-time as an analyst in the broadcast booth and on NASCAR Now, has left the network to take a job with Hendrick Motorsports.
Now age 49, Bill Lester is competing full-time in the Grand Touring (GT) class of the Rolex Sports Car Series for Autohaus Motorsports.
During the all-important last few weeks of the season, Regan Smith and the No. 78 team started to click.
Looking at Paul Menard’s body of work for the 2010 season, it is a little hard to say what could have been the best part.
The championship was clearly all that mattered to ESPN on Sunday. Then again, you probably knew that was going to be the case going in.
Phil’s my name and race broadcast critiques are my game. This past weekend, NASCAR’s Big-Three series were all at Phoenix International Raceway.
Time to take another look at the race telecasts that we all watch. The Sprint Cup, Nationwide and Camping World Truck series were all at Texas Motor Speedway.
ESPN botched the end of the race at Talladega. The cameras were kept in tight on the six leaders in their two-car draft locks.
It’s time to take another look at the NASCAR telecasts that you are provided with on a weekly basis. This weekend, the Cup Series was at Martinsville Speedway.
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