By Jason Schultz/@NASCARJason – The 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season was full of captivating moments.
From the early morning scene at Daytona International Speedway when Austin Dillon’s car flew into the catch fence to Kyle Busch’s championship celebration at Homestead-Miami Speedway after completing a miraculous comeback, it was a year of powerful images.
These moments among others tell the story of the 2015 season. While there were many moments and images to choose from, I’ll highlight five of the most powerful from a wild year in NASCAR. Continue reading “Top Five Images of 2015”→
It will be a historical Fourth of July weekend for NASCAR and NBC. The network will make its highly anticipated return to the sport for the first time since 2006.
The coverage will be led by an all-star lineup of experienced broadcasters and well-known personalities. This includes long-time NASCAR Camping World Truck Series lead announcer Rick Allen, former Hendrick Motorsports crew chief Steve Letarte, and former NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Jeff Burton in the booth. Continue reading “NBC Takes New, Exciting Approach to Coverage”→
Beginning at Daytona International Speedway this weekend, NBC makes its much anticipated return to the NASCAR broadcast booth. The Fourth of July weekend events will be first races the network has broadcasted since exiting the sport in 2006. It will be the start of a ten-year partnership between NBC and NASCAR that is sure to bring outstanding coverage to the fans.
Leading up to the on-track action, NBC has scheduled a full week of programming on NBC Sports Network. In addition to the nightly NASCAR America program, the network will show two classic races each night. Fans can catch the throwback events beginning at 7 PM ET Monday through Thursday. Don’t miss your favorite by following the complete schedule.
A new feature to Turn 4 Racing News in 2015, “Storyline Notebook” will be the place to catch up on all the NASCAR news from the past week. This weekly infograph will be short and concise, while still updating fans on all the major happenings. Find it easily on twitter using the hashtag #StorylineNotebook.
Another busy week of news included penalties, Kurt Busch’s return, and safety updates at Daytona International Speedway. Catch up now and be well informed prior toSunday’s CampingWorld.com 500 at Phoenix International Raceway.
Its hard to believe that the 2015 NASCAR season is already two weeks in the books. The amount of drama Speedweeks produced could have lasted an entire season. It was then followed up by another action-packed weekend at Atlanta Motor Speedway. This has led to a buzzing sport early in season, and with bigger things ahead – its only going to get better.
With so much to discuss and not enough characters on twitter to do so, comes the first edition of “The NASCAR Conversation.” This weekly feature will dive into the sport’s hottest topics, current happenings, news, rumors, tweets, and more.
With so many ways to follow the NASCAR action each and every weekend, its always difficult to find the best information. During the 2015 season, I’ll help sort the clutter by providing a list of the best twitter accounts and hashtags to use during race weekend.
For Speedweeks 2015, I put together a diverse list of NASCAR personalities with hopes of helping fans find all kinds of interesting tweets, pictures, and more. In addition, with the growing popularity of radio shows and podcasts, I added four of the best to take a listen to over the next few weeks.
The most exciting two weeks in NASCAR have arrived. Budweiser Speedweeks commences on Friday afternoon when the stars of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series take to the track for Sprint Unlimited Practice. The action won’t slow down until the 57th Annual DAYTONA 500 on Sunday, February 22nd on FOX at 1 PM ET
With so much racing on tap, it will be difficult to keep track of when the cars hit the track. Keep track of it all through the week with this season’s first edition of the Weekly Racing Schedule.