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TV Listings for December 8-14, 2015

Here are your TV listings for the upcoming week.  With all the major series finished for the year, it’s slim pickings.  However, there are some broadcasts of note.  NASCAR America is showing some “Stories of NASCAR” on their daily shows.  Also, CBS Sports Network is airing tape-delayed coverage of the …

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NASCAR Names Scott Miller New Senior VP of Competition

On Tuesday, NASCAR announced the departure of Robin Pemberton from the post of Senior Vice President of Competition, a post that he had held since 2004.  In addition to overseeing multiple changes in the chassis raced in Sprint Cup, he was responsible for overseeing changes in officiating and inspection, not …

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TV Listings for December 1-7, 2015

Here are the TV Listings for the week of December 1-7, 2015, highlighted by the coverage of Champions’ Week in Las Vegas.  There is also the Snowball Derby in Pensacola this weekend, along with its support race, the Snowflake 100.  Those races will air on internet PPV via Speed51.com.  Pricing …

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Faceoff: What Kind of Champ Will Kyle Busch Be?

After the dust cleared at Homestead, Kyle Busch was the last man standing as Sprint Cup champ. What kind of champion will Busch be, and how will his championship be remembered down the road? Aaron Bearden, Assistant Editor: Busch’s injury and fatherhood has molded him into a mature, respectful man. …

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TV Listings for November 24-30, 2015

Hello, race fans.  There will not be an edition of Couch Potato Tuesday today.  I only just arrived home from Homestead at 12:45 p.m. Monday night/early Tuesday morning.  While yes, we do get race broadcast feeds in the Media Center, it’s hard to truly critique a telecast when you have …

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Pace Laps: Kyle Busch, Chris Buescher Best & a Fitting Farewell

Sprint Cup: Kyle Busch Claims the Sprint Cup – On Sunday evening, a sellout crowd watched the final race of the Chase For The Sprint Cup, the Ford EcoBoost 400.  The thought going in was that you probably would have to win the race to take the title.  For most of …

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