Stock Car Gazette e-zine for Friday, 4/24/09
Does “The Big One” await the Sprint Cup and/or Nationwide drivers this weekend when they race at Talladega, Alabama? We certainly hope not. And we will probably be wrong.
Check out today’s Stock Car Gazette, with all the latest happenings in NASCAR.
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Crew chief silly season begins this week with RCR and Yates/HOF changes
by: Doug Turnbull
Let the games begin. As rumors about the status of drivers like Joey Logano and Martin Truex Jr. made minor waves a couple of weeks ago, talk of crew chiefs’ jobs became more than that this week. Wednesday,
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NASCAR teams up with BET for new ‘Changing Lanes’ show
By RICHARD HUFF
Black Entertainment Television will air a show next season with NASCAR, a sport that has tried for years to improve diversity within its ranks. “Changing Lanes” will spotlight drivers in NASCAR’s “Drive for Diversity” program.
NASCAR driver will open two washes in Virginia
RICHMOND, VA – Denny Hamlin’s Speed Wash will feature a racing theme that includes unique Hamlin racing memorabilia such as driver suits, race car parts, photos and merchandise.
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Mark Martin Notches a Win in His Quest for the Sprint Cup Championship
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He stayed in the ASA series, winning the Championship 4 times and in 1987 decided to make the move to the NASCAR Busch Series. …
14 drivers to try double duty in Talladega | Speedweekly.net
By Associated Press
That includes previous Talladega winners Dale Earnhardt Jr., Michael Waltrip, Joe Nemechek, Brian Vickers and Kyle Busch. That group will be among those trying to qualify in both the Aaron’s 312 Nationwide Series race and Aaron’s 499 …
Tim Richmond, all but forgotten
By Cotton Rohrscheib
Earnhardt was the heart of Southern stock car racing in his too-tough Wrangler jeans, denim shirt and cowboy hat. Richmond had his own style-Armani suits, silk shirts, and Rolex watch. And, oh, how they raced-diving into into the …
Tom Higgins’ Scuffs: LeeRoy lords over 600 field
By Bob Henry
During a stock car racing career covering almost five decades, Junior Johnson competed against, and fielded cars against, thousands of drivers. So who was the bravest of them all? “No doubt about it,” says Johnson. …
Rivalry between Kyle Busch, Dale Earnhardt Jr. still simmering
Orlando Sentinel – Orlando,FL,USA
That month Hendrick Motorsports fired Kyle Busch, one of NASCAR’s most hated drivers, and replaced him with the sport’s most beloved, sought-after free …
Old school meets new school at Darlington
WPDE – Myrtle Beach,SC,USA
DARLINGTON, SC (April 22, 2009) – The learning curve in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series is steep and on Wednesday at Darlington Raceway class was in session …
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Official: NASCAR Banquet Moves To Las Vegas
The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) announced today that Las Vegas formally becomes the “Official Host City of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion’s Week.” NASCAR’s annual NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Awards Ceremony will be held at the Wynn Las Vegas on Friday, Dec. 4, 2009. The move to Las Vegas provides for greater flexibility for driver and fan events. NASCAR had held the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series event in New York City every year since 1981. After exploring several options, NASCAR formed a partnership with Las Vegas Events, making the change of venue a reality. Activities being planned for the days leading up to the Awards Ceremony include the return of the “Victory Lap,” a procession of the top 10 NSCS drivers in their race cars, the NASCAR NMPA Myers Brothers Media Luncheon, the Pit Stop Tour and the NASCAR Street Tour to include stock cars and mobile marketing units placed throughout the city.
Courtesy of Jayski
Current longest-tenured driver/crew chief pairings:
After the Aaron’s 499 at Talladega Saturday, Richard Childress Racing will swap crews and crew chiefs on the #07 & #29 teams, bringing and end to the second longest current driver/crew chief combination.
Driver / Crew Chief: Start Date
#48-Jimmie Johnson / Chad Knaus: October 2001
#29-Kevin Harvick / Todd Berrier*: March 2003*
#24-Jeff Gordon / Steve Letarte: September 2005
#88-Dale Earnhardt, Jr. / Tony Eury, Jr.; September 2005
#11-Denny Hamlin / Mike Ford: October 2005
#31-Jeff Burton / Scott Miller; November 2005
* – Ending after Sunday’s race at Talladega
Race winners getting older: Just three years ago, the average age (at season’s end) of the 13 drivers who won races was 30.5. This race is only eight races old, but the average age of the winners so far is 35.7. At the moment, the profile of Sprint Cup winners looks a lot like the late 1980s or early ’90s. What was it like back in 1993? The youngest winner was 32 years old. The average was 38.2. Mark Martin, who won five races that year, was 34. Last week he won at age 50. He is the only winner common to both seasons, though then-rookie Jeff Gordon won an unofficial race, a 125-mile qualifier, at Daytona. In recent years, the great trend of the 1990s – younger and younger drivers gradually ousting the generation that preceded them – has reversed. Part of the reason is simply that a generation of great stars – Jeff Gordon, Tony Stewart, Jimmie Johnson, Matt Kenseth, et al. – has gotten older. But part of it is also that the effect of young drivers – the most notable exception being Kyle Busch – has waned. From 1999, when Stewart arrived to much fanfare, through 2007, when Juan Pablo Montoya was the top rookie, at least one rookie won a race six times in a span of eight years. Before 1999 and Stewart, 11 years had passed without the rookie of the year winning. It didn’t happen last year, and the odds appear long, based on results so far, that either of this year’s rookies, Joey Logano and Scott Speed, will score.(NASCAR This Week)(4-24-2009)
Goodyear Tire Notes – Talladega: Teams in both the NASCAR Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series will run the same tire codes at Talladega this week . . . for Sprint Cup teams, this is the same left-side tire code (D-4138) that they ran at Talladega last season . . . this right-side tire code (D-4224) is new, featuring a mold and construction change compared to last year . . . the change was implemented to align this tire set-up with the one teams ran at the circuit’s other restrictor plate track in Daytona in February . . . . . . for Nationwide teams, this is a completely different combination of left- and right-side tires that they ran at Talladega last season . . . this is the only track at which these tire codes are scheduled to be run in 2009 . . . as on all NASCAR ovals greater than one mile in length, teams are required to run inner liners in all four tire positions at Talladega . . . air pressure in those inner liners should be 12-25 psi greater than that of the outer tire.(Goodyear PR), see pressures and more notes on the Talladega Race Info page – Goodyear Section.(4-24-2009) www.jayski.com/next/2009/9tss2009.htm#goodyear
Michigan Speedway forms non-profit entity: Michigan International Speedway officials announced the establishment of MIS Cares, a 501 c (3) non-profit entity under the umbrella of the NASCAR Foundation. MIS Cares will serve as the liaison between the speedway and all of the charitable causes the speedway supports. The focus of MIS Cares is to raise money and distribute the charitable dollars through grants to non-profit groups in the region. MIS Cares will begin accepting grant applications in early 2010 and will award financial gifts twice annually. Through MIS Cares, race fans and the general public will have opportunities to become involved with the many community service projects MIS supports.(Michigan Speedway PR)(4-24-2009)
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Earnhardt Undergoing Some New Bodywork
By John Sturbin | Senior Writer
NASCAR superstar Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s quest to return to Victory Lane now officially extends beyond the care-and-feeding of his race car.
Dale Jr. has taken a grown-up look at his own …
Woody: Move To Vegas Is A Winner for NASCAR
Woody: Danica Would Look Good In Fenders
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‘Everything is in place,’ Montoya says
TALLADEGA, Ala. – There are plenty of reasons for Juan Pablo Montoya to be optimistic about Sunday’s Aaron’s 499 at Talladega Superspeedway.
Drag racing pioneer Chester ‘Chet’ Herbert – 1928-2009
David Poole: Chet Herbert grew up in Southern California in the age of the hot rod and developed some of auto racing’s most significant speed components.
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RICHARD PETTY MOTORSPORTS FAN APPRECIATION
AUTOGRAPH SESSION FRIDAY MAY 22
STATESVILLE, N.C. – Richard Petty Motorsports will hold a Fan Appreciation autograph session on Friday, May 22 at the team’s race shop in Statesville N.C.
Five hundred custom-made, collectible tickets will be distributed at 10 a.m. the day of the event. At 11 a.m. each ticket holder will receive an autograph from drivers Kasey Kahne, Elliott Sadler, AJ Allmendinger, Reed Sorenson as well as team co-owner Richard Petty.
“It’s very important to us as an organization to show all our fans what their support means to us,” said Petty. “Everyone at Richard Petty Motorsports realizes that the fans have greatly contributed to molding the sport into the spectacle it is today. It’s our turn to return the favor and invite them in for a little fun in Statesville.”
The event will also include a radio remote from Sirius NASCAR radio, team show cars, behind the scenes look at the team shops, driver fan club displays, as well as a take home gift for each person that receives one of the commemorative tickets. The team museum and gift shop will open at 8 a.m. the day of the event.
Richard Petty Motorsports is located at 320 Aviation Dr, Statesville, NC 28677, near the Statesville Regional Airport. If you are traveling from I-77, take I-40 West toward Hickory/Asheville to Exit 146, Stamey Farm Road. Turn left at the top of the ramp and cross over I-40. Go straight at the stop sign, and make the first left onto Aviation Drive.
Robby Gordon will be at the Montana Grille located at 55023 Hwy 77, Lincoln, AL 35096 on Friday, April 24th. He will sign autographs for the public from 6 p.m. to 6:45 p.m.
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Annett paced Happy Hour: #15-Michael Annett was fastest in Happy Hour at Talladega with a speed of 192.370mph. Most teams drafted during the sessiion. #81-D.J. Kennington was second fastest followed by: #60-Carl Edwards, #34-Tony Raines, #6-David Ragan, #27-Jason Keller, #5-Dale Earnhardt, Jr., #62-Brendan Gaughan, #29-Clint Bowyer, and #10-David Reutimann. Only 38 drivers practiced during the session. Complete speeds are posted on the Talladega Race Page.(4-23-2009)
Keselowski fastest in opening practice: #88-Brad Keselowski was fastest during the first practice session at Talladega with a top speed of 194.003mph. #11-Scott Lagassee, Jr. was second, #20-Joey Logano third. The rest of the top 10: #29-Clint Bowyer, #18-Kyle Busch, #47-Michael McDowell, #12-Justin Allgaier, #66-Steve Wallace, #38-Jason Leffler, and #10-David Reutimann. Complete speeds are posted on the Talladega Race Page.(4-23-2009)
NASCAR officially moves Cup banquet to Vegas; Nationwide and Truck Banquets combined: NASCAR announced that Las Vegas formally becomes the “Official Host City of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion’s Week.” NASCAR’s annual NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Awards Ceremony will be held at the Wynn Las Vegas on Friday, Dec. 4, 2009. The move to Las Vegas provides for greater flexibility for driver and fan events. The NASCAR Nationwide Series and the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series events will be combined and held at the Loews Miami Beach on Monday, Nov. 23. The Grand-Am Rolex Series banquet will be held at the Seminole Hard Rock in Hollywood, Fla. on Monday, Oct. 12. NASCAR had held the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series event in New York City every year since 1981. After exploring several options, NASCAR formed a partnership with Las Vegas Events, making the change of venue a reality. “I can’t say enough about the warm reception from Las Vegas,” said NASCAR Chairman and CEO Brian France. “Las Vegas really made it a priority to get the awards ceremony moved there. We were able to come to an agreement on reasonable room blocks, banquet facilities, and approvals to hold fan activities on the famous Las Vegas Strip.” Activities being planned for the days leading up to the Awards Ceremony include the return of the “Victory Lap,” a procession of the top 10 NSCS drivers in their race cars, the NASCAR NMPA Myers Brothers Media Luncheon, the Pit Stop Tour and the NASCAR Street Tour to include stock cars and mobile marketing units placed throughout the city. The awards ceremony for the NASCAR Nationwide Series and the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will be consolidated in south Florida. This is designed to provide another great venue for the ceremony as well as help save NNS teams from making an additional trip following the season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway. The top-five finishers from the NNS and NCWTS will be honored at the combined banquet celebration.(NASCAR PR)(4-23-2009)
5 Hour Energy on the #62 at Talladega: This weekend’s event marks the first of 13 races in which 5-Hour Energy Extra Strength will–appropriately enough–serve as primary sponsor of the ever-energetic Brendan Gaughan and the #62. Piggly Wiggly also joins RWI’s family of sponsor-partners for this weekend’s event at Talladega.(RWI PR)(4-23-2009)
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Happy Hour has concluded in Talladega. Whereas 45 cars were listed for the earlier practice, only 38 make it on track for final practice. Rookie, #15 Michael Annett posted the quickest speed during this last session at 192.370mph. Second fastest, #81 DJ Kennington, with a speed of 192.351. #60 Carl Edwards was third fastest at 191.908mph. Rounding out the top-five-#34 Tony Raines-191.172, and, #6 David Ragan-191.908. Closing out the top-ten-#27 Jason Keller-191.122, #5 Dale Earnhardt-191.081, #62 Brendan Gaughan-(R)191.035, #29 Clint Bowyer-190.981, and #10 David Reutimann-190.947mph. Though listed for final practice, #52 Donnie Neuenberger posted no speed. Those skipping Happy hour included #32 Vickers, #16 Kenseth, #28 K. Wallace, #61 Whitt, and #99 Waltrip. Top speeds overall today were posted during the earlier session, therefore, #88 Brad Keselowski was quickest overall today, posting a speed of 194.003mph, followed by rookie #11 Scott Lagasse Jr. at 193.995. (04-23-09)
Final Practice Speeds from Talladega
First Practice Speeds from Talladega
Qualifying Order for Aaron’s 312
Woody: Atwood Wonders and Hopes
Casey Atwood stands in the garage area, watching the swirl of activity around him, and thinks of what might have been.
The young Nashville driver burst onto the national scene in …
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Trail Motorsport is working on getting its organization on the race track but won’t do so until funding is in place, team managing director Patrick Shelton said Thursday in a statement. The organization, which had hoped to run 19-year-old African-American driver Chase Austin in all of the the Camping World Truck Series races as well as field a full-time Nationwide Series team, hasn’t been on the track since February. Austin drove in two Truck races in a vehicle built and serviced by MRD Motorsports. Johnny Borneman III drove two Nationwide races with his family-owned team under the Trail banner. The team had announced big plans at a January news conference, but after the first few weeks, the Trail organization has had to step back, Shelton said. “”We got behind with funding and encountered several unplanned situations. … We are putting the operation on hold until all of our funding is in place. The team plans to participate this year but has no intention of using other teams’ equipment or personnel to compete.” The team owes MRD Motorsports $66,000 for the race at Auto Club Speedway in California earlier this year, according to a lawsuit in North Carolina Superior Court in Cabarrus County. How many races the team does in the future will depend on funding, Shelton said. “I’d rather do a full, partial, or limited season the right way than one race the wrong way,” Shelton said.(SceneDaily.com)(4-23-2009)
Samsung steps up for Billy Ballew: Samsung has taken Billy Ballew Motorsports up on its offer. After Samsung officials read a story in Wednesday’s editions of The Kansas City Star in which Ballew was making $150,000 worth of sponsorships available on his two NASCAR Camping World Series trucks for just $25,000, they contacted the race team and agreed to a deal for this weekend at Kansas Speedway. Ballew’s series-leading #51 truck, driven by Brian Ickler, and the #15, driven by Shane Sieg, will be sponsored by the Samsung Instinct, which is the company’s touch-tone phone with Sprint. Samsung is the title sponsor of the Samsung 500 NASCAR Nextel Cup race at Texas Motor Speedway.(Kansas City Star)(4-23-2009)
Buescher makes first Kansas start; Altec showcased: James Buescher makes his first start at Kansas Speedway this weekend. Buescher, however, has experience at the 1.5-mile track, testing an ARCA car there in 2007. The 19-year-old resident of Sheridan, Texas, is scheduled to compete in his sixth career NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race. Circle Bar Racing is proud to display the Altec logo on the rear quarter panels of its two trucks this weekend at Kansas Speedway. Altec – a leading provider of products and services to the electric utility, telecommunications and contractor markets – is a customer of International, using its trucks as the platform for the add-on equipment.(Circle Bar Racing PR)(4-23-2009)
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Courtesy of TruckSeriesToday.Com
Three Former Champs Battle For Points Lead At Kansas
Due to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series schedule at Talladega Superspeedway, Kyle Busch will not be competing at Kansas this weekend, leaving the points lead up for the taking.
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Courtesy of ARCA
Tom Terrific at Talladega; Hessert Wins Career-First Pole for ARCA RE/MAX 250
TALLADEGA AL (4-23-09) – Tom Hessert, in the Jennifer Belmont-owned Buddy’s Home Furnishings Ford, earned his career-first Menards Pole Award presented by Ansell Thursday afternoon at Talladega Superspeedway.
“It’s awesome,” said Hessert. “It’s definitely the biggest thing I’ve done for my career as far as exposure. It’s huge. Anytime you go to a place like Talladega, it’s special when you can run up front.
“It was absolutely a perfect lap. We made some adjustments between practice and qualifying, and the thing really came to life. I knew it was going to be a good lap, but I didn’t know it was going to be that good.”
Hessert, who circled the 2.66-mile superspeedway in 51.321 seconds for an average speed 186.590 mph, will lead the field to green in Friday’s ARCA RE/MAX 250 LIVE on SPEED at 5:00 PM ET.
“It makes it a lot easier (starting up front). Hopefully we can get the jump on the start and be leading from the get-go.”
It was also the career first superspeedway pole award for Hessert’s team Andy Belmont Racing.
“It’s my first pole in a long time,” said Andy Belmont. “I’m just blown away by the whole thing. Being at Talladega, the enormity of it. I can’t see because the tears keep coming.
“I’m blown away for this kid. I’m telling you, this kid is the next Carl Edwards or whoever. We’re fortunate we got him, and we’re not going to be able to keep him long, I can promise you that. This kid has got it.”
Hessert, in the lone Ford among five Toyotas in the top six positions, nipped Eddie Sharp Racing’s Craig Goess by 14 one-hundredths of a second to earn the top spot.
Goess, in the Greenville Toyota Toyota, will start second in Friday’s race with a speed of 186.539 mph.
Kelly Bires, in the Wolfpack Rentals Toyota, qualified third at 186.463 mph.
Justin Lofton, also in an Eddie Sharp Racing Toyota, qualified fourth in the Lofton Cattle Toyota with a speed of 186.372 mph.
Veteran Mark Thompson, in the Phoenix Air-Venturini Motorsports Toyota, qualified fifth at 186.333.
Just eight one-hundredths of second separated the top five fastest qualifiers.
The 47th ARCA RE/MAX 250 is scheduled to roll off just after 4:00 PM local time Friday afternoon, April 24. The race is LIVE on SPEED at 5:00 PM Eastern. Live coverage also includes live timing & scoring at ARCAracing.com and live streaming audio over the ARCA Racing Network, also at ARCAracing.com.
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Mr. Thomson knows a little about winning
Hamilton Spectator – Hamilton,ON,Canada
And one of the winningest drivers in Canadian stock car history is getting prepared for the third season of the NASCAR-Canadian Tire Series, …
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Insider Racing News
NASCAR Teams, Tracks Take Time for Troops
by Rebecca Gladden
Is NASCAR Seeing What’s Happening?
by Kurt Smith
The Monster Jeff Gordon Created Is the One Guarding the Door
by Amy Henderson
Tearing Apart the Trucks: News Around the Series
by Beth Lunkenheimer
Driven to the Past: The Most Frightening Race On The Planet
by John Potts
The Nascar Insiders
The Future of NASCAR Media
I was prompted to write this post by a New York Times article sent to me by a colleague the other day. The article, J-Schools Play Catchup, was about the rush by journalism schools around the country to adapt to the changing media landscape. The moral of the story is, if you are a journalist or journalism student right now is a great time to be an entrepreneur because jobs in traditional media are disappearing. I couldn’t help but think how applicable this is to the NASCAR media.
Johnson Has The Hot Hand, But Expect That To Change After Talladega
While according to the official standings it is Jeff Gordon who leads the way, if you take into account only the past ten events, going back to last November’s race in Phoenix, it is Jimmie Johnson who rules supreme.
Mark Martin Destroys The NASCAR Corporate Sponsor ‘Limited Longevity’ Experiment
As I watched quite possibly the dullest race in the NASCAR schedule Saturday night, the snoozefest that occurred around Mark Martin’s domination of the event took nothing away from his victory, but it sure as heck wasn’t for trying.
On Pit Road: Jack’s Mum on Roush Fenway Downsizing
Back in November of 2005 NASCAR announced a new rule to limit the number of Cup teams that could be owned by a single organization. The new limit would be 4 teams maximum, which at the time only affected one owner, Jack Roush.
SPEED Rules Talladega TV On Friday
As usual during this time of the season, SPEED rules at Talladega on Friday with coverage of three different series.
NASCAR Reality TV Still In A Lurch
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FRIDAY, APRIL 24
11:30 A-1:30 P SPEED/TSN2 NASCAR Nationwide Series QUALIFYING, Aaron’s 312, Talladega Super speedway, AL, HD, L
2:00 P-3:00 SPEED NASCAR Sprint Cup PRACTICE, Aaron’s 499, Talladega Superspeedway, AL, HD, L
3:30 P-5:00 SPEED NASCAR Sprint Cup FINAL PRACTICE, Aaron’s 499, Talladega Superspeedway, AL, HD, L
5:00 P-5:30 ESPN 2 NASCAR Now, HD, L
5:00 P-7:30 SPEEDARCA RE/MAX Series Talladega ARCA 250, Talladega Superspeedway, AL, L
SATURDAY, APRIL 25
11:00 A-2:00 P SPEED/TSN NASCAR Sprint Cup QUALIFYING, Aaron’s 499, Talladega Superspeedway, AL, HD, L
2:30 P-3:00 ABC/TSN2 NASCAR Nationwide Series COUNTDOWN, Aaron’s 312, Talladega Super speedway, AL, HD, L
3:00 P-6:00 ABC/TSN2 NASCAR Nationwide Series Aaron’s 312, Talladega Superspeedway, AL, HD, L
5:30 P-6:00 SPEED NASCAR Camping World Truck Series SETUP, O’Reilly Auto Parts 250, Kansas Speedway, Kansas City, KS, HD, L
6:00 P-8:30 SPEED NASCAR Camping World Truck Series O’Reilly Auto Parts 250, Kansas Speedway, Kansas City, KS, HD, L
SUNDAY, APRIL 26
10:00 A-11:00 ESPN 2 NASCAR Now, HD, L
11:30 A-1:30 P SPEED NASCAR Race Day. Preview of today’s Aaron’s 499, Talladega Super speedway, HD, L
1:00 P-2:00 FOX/TSN2 NASCAR Sprint Cup PRE-RACE, Aaron’s 499, Talladega Super speedway, AL, HD, L
2:00 P-6:00 FOX/TSN2 NASCAR Sprint Cup Aaron’s 499, Talladega Super speedway, AL, HD, L
8:00 P-9:00 SPEED NASCAR Victory Lane at Aaron’s 499, Talladega Super speedway, HD, SDD, N
9:00 P-10:00 SPEED Wind Tunnel with Dave Despain, HD, L
We do not list all the programming offered by SPEED; for complete listings go to their website, www.speedtv.com/schedule/
Always CHECK YOUR LOCAL LISTINGS!
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