Hello and welcome back to Talking NASCAR TV, where I look into the race broadcasts that we all watch and dissect them with a fine-tooth comb.
On Sunday night, the Cup Series returned to Atlanta Motor Speedway for their second run of the year. NASCAR Countdown was heavily focused on pre-race analysis.
Last weekend, the NASCAR Nationwide Series was in Montreal for the fourth running of the NAPA Auto Parts 200 at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve.
I’m going through the past weekend’s Bristol NASCAR race broadcasts with a fine-tooth comb.
Marty Smith made a rare NASCAR Countdown appearance to talk about Jack Roush’s return to the track at Michigan after his plane crash.
After a floundering Formula 1 career stalled, Nelson Piquet Jr. took a chance on America and making a successful transition to its number one racing series.
This past weekend’s Sprint Cup and Nationwide series races at Watkins Glen International were both won by drivers who have struggled at times this season.
On Tuesday (Aug. 3), Baker-Curb Racing announced that Nelson Piquet Jr. will make his Nationwide Series debut in Saturday’s Zippo 200.
An old-school element came into play here. Due to ESPN’s live coverage of the Ricoh Women’s British Open, NASCAR Countdown was pushed to ESPN2.
ESPN did not mention the rain hurry-up until after the last commercial break of NASCAR Countdown, 24 minutes in Saturday at ORP.
NASCAR Countdown on ESPN was a full hour this week. You know I’m not a fan of that from past columns.
In a wide-ranging interview, Greg Sacks explains how Daytona’s 21st-place run with JR Motorsports could turn into bigger and better things down the road.