Tuesday, October 23, 2007

In-Progress At Atlanta: Truck Practice On SPEED


Friday afternoon at 2PM Eastern Time, SPEED will telecast live the practice session for the Craftsman Truck Series. This show will be preceded and followed by a NASCAR Live thirty minute program updating information from the track.

Calling the Truck Series practice will be Rick Allen with Phil Parsons alongside. Bob Dillner and Adam Alexander will handle the reporting duties from the garage area. SPEED has not updated The Daly Planet as to whether Michael Waltrip will join this team for practice.

UPDATE: SPEED has just told us Bob Dillner will not be reporting at the Truck race. They will update us when a replacement has been named.

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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Craftsman Truck Series qualifying is on at 6:30am Pacific on Saturday ... WHAT are they thinking?!?!?! At a track that has lights too ...

Th tv contract needs to be changed ... Yeah, those ratings will be really big for Truck qualifying ...

Anonymous said...

NASCAR holds qualifying and practice whenever it wants.

TV has nothing to do with the schedule.

Anonymous said...

Did no one watch?

Lisa Hogan said...

Yes, I watched.
SPEED did a good job, as usual. :)

PammH said...

sorry-I have a job & I barely have enough time to watch the Nascar Lives I tape on Fri to watch truck stuff..

Jo said...

Wow, did Carl punch out Dilner for putting the tape of last week's incident on the air? (LOL)

Seriously, has anybody heard why he's not there?

Rick said...

Dillner was there inthe pits during practice. He interviewed Todd Bodine, where Todd was standing on a tire to make their height equal.

It was pretty funny.