Sunday, October 26, 2008

Pre-Race TV Shows On Sunday Morning


The build-up to the Sprint Cup Series race from Atlanta is underway. Here is your opportunity to comment on the pre-race shows leading-up to Allen Bestwick and NASCAR Countdown at 1PM on ABC.

Here is the line-up this morning:
Tradin' Paint on SPEED at 9:30AM.
NASCAR Now on ESPN2 at 10:00AM.
NASCAR Performance on SPEED at 10:00AM.
NASCAR in a Hurry on SPEED at 10:30AM.
NASCAR RaceDay on SPEED at 11:00AM.

On the two-hour RaceDay show, Wendy Venturini's Real Deal feature will be on the psycology of sports. Guests on the program will include Kyle Busch, Greg Biffle and Alan Gustafson. Video features include Jimmie Johnson's 2004 emotional win in Atlanta and Carl Edwards visiting an Atlanta area children's hospital.

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7 comments:

Daly Planet Editor said...

Boris Said is with Ryan Burr on NASCAR Now. No Ricky Craven.

Newracefan said...

I really have a hard time respecting Boris' opinion especially over Ricky's. I wonder if it's Boris because that is what ESPN wants or what Ricky wants? Hopefully it's the latter.

Anonymous said...

Boris has established hismelf as a whiner who really doesn't belong on these show unless or until he starts running in more races.

PammH said...

I'd rather watch Nascar in a Hurry, because I miss practice on account of working. I also hadn't noticed Kyle's hat on TP, until I read JD's article, so I wanted to see that too.

Daly Planet Editor said...

I hope that the NASCAR Now guys ask Boris about his plans for 2009.

Rumor is he will be involved again in sports car racing.

JD

bevo said...

I don't have any problem with Red Bull but come on and call cheating cheating Kenny. It wasn't "accidental".

Adam T. Martin said...

I won't miss Boris Said if he goes back into racing.

He adds nothing to NASCAR Now along with Brad and Tim.