Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Media Notes:
Click here for the direct link to the Jeff Foxworthy TV pilot info. Rumors continue that this show is intended to replace King of the Hill.

5 thousand dollars per haymaker for David Starr. Click here for the NCTS fight penalties.

Rusty Wallace's other TV show NASCAR Angels heads for Kansas. Click here for the link.

ARCA coverage gets a boost. Ricky Carmichael, the 10 time AMA Motorcross champ has been running in the Camping World East series for Kenny Schrader Racing. Now, Kevin Harvick Inc. is putting Carmichael into an ARCA car and letting him try Talladega.
SPEED will have live race coverage on October 3rd at 5PM Eastern Time.

TSN2 continues to spread across Canada. Click here for the latest info.

Long-time Sporting News blogger takes a walk in a different direction. Click here.

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alex said...

Could you clarify: Is the new show going to take King of the Hill's time slot and have KOTH move somewhere else, or do they intend to cancel KOTH?


Daly Planet Editor said...


the rumor is KOTH is ending its run on Fox. more to follow as it comes up.


majorshouse said...

I was a little surprised that David Star was not suspended by NASCAR. I can remember some instances where the driver instigated things like what Kevin Harvick did back in 2003 and was sat down for a week. if you are going to suspend crew chiefs, then why not he driver because he was just as at fault as those that were involved in the fracas and he should have just stayed in the truck because he should have known that the Germane team was mad as hell and they weren't going to take it anymore.

Anonymous said... has an eight minute video of the top 6 Chase drivers on Regis and Kelly, and both and have a 2 and a half minute peek at Jimmie Johnson on Real Sports. Wish I had HBO, that one looks good.

Anonymous said...

Update from today's New York Post: Brian France and Jeff Gordon aren't going to be neighbors anymore.

Brian France, the chairman of NASCAR, has flipped his 34th floor condo at 15 Central Park West. He sold the apartment for $18.8 million, $8.2 million more than he paid for the three-bedroom apartment just three months ago.

alex said...

Maybe Brian France can come down to Georgia and tell everyone the housing market isn't in the tank. jeesh!