NASCAR on XM Radio

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NASCAR on XM Radio has a long history of covering some of the most exciting events in the world of racing. If you’re looking for more than just the races, you can listen to MRN’s daily call-in shows. They also broadcast several of the major events of the season, including the Camping World Series All-Star Race.

Todd Gordon joins the roster of hosts

Todd Gordon is the latest addition to the list of hosts on the Motor Racing Network. In addition to his duties as a competition expert on MRN, Gordon will also provide race analysis for select NASCAR broadcasts on the network.

Todd has been a regular on SIRIUSXM NASCAR RADIO for several years as a contributor. He will also be featured on a variety of MRN’s signature shows, including the NASCAR TODAY show.

As for his role on the air, Todd will be co-hosting MRN’s “Late Shift” show on Monday nights. This is a fun and informative feature that is sure to draw the crowds to MRN’s live feeds on the SiriusXM app.

One of the first things to note about Todd’s MRN debut is that he will be joined by a former crew chief, Joey Logano. Logano was the first driver from Connecticut to win a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship.

MRN announcers host daily call-in shows

The Motor Racing Network broadcasts NASCAR and Truck Series races on a variety of radio platforms. It is wholly owned by NASCAR. In addition to the main radio broadcast, MRN produces a variety of daily radio programs.

The network was founded by Bill France, Sr. in 1970. Prior to MRN’s founding, there was a partnership between NASCAR and Capitol Broadcasting, which produced a number of radio programs. Some of these shows are available as podcasts on Apple iTunes.

There are three announcers who host a daily call-in show for NASCAR on XM Radio. These include Mike Bagley, Steve Post and Dave Moody.

Bagley has been a radio broadcaster for nearly two decades. He works in the broadcast booth for the majority of MRN’s coverage of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. A veteran of the sport, he says he enjoys his job.

Claire B. Lang’s perspective on 2022

For the past two decades, NASCAR reporter Claire B. Lang has been a fixture in the racetrack garage. She’s been a part of the team that covers the sport on Channel 90 every weekend and hosts a popular radio show. Whether it’s an exciting event or a key player, Lang’s interviews are sure to be worth the listen.

There are many fascinating aspects of the 2022 NASCAR season. Aside from the big winners, there were also plenty of memorable moments to be had. One driver was willing to do whatever it took to win a race. Another had the best car in the field at one point in the year.

This year’s schedule also includes a couple of specials. First, SiriusXM will begin broadcasting the Daytona 500 on race day at 7:00 aEUR” 7:30 aEUR” pEUR” mEUR”. After that, the network will begin airing the 53rd running of The Great American Race at 1:00 aEUR” 2:00 aEUR” pEUR” nEUR” mEUR”.

Second, the network is kicking off the Women’s History Month in style. Along with a host of special programming on all of its sports channels, SiriusXM will celebrate women’s contributions to the sport across all platforms.

MRN broadcasts NASCAR races

MRN is one of the primary NASCAR radio broadcasters. Their coverage includes the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, the NASCAR Xfinity Series, and the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. In addition, they also cover ARCA Menards Series races.

MRN has been broadcasting NASCAR races since 1970. It is now the largest independent sport radio network in America. Most of their events are aired on WNDB, their flagship station in Daytona Beach, Florida, but they also stream their programs on their website. They also broadcast on Sirius XM Satellite Radio, where you can listen to the best of MRN on channel 90.

For example, they have a four-minute daily show called Garage Pass that has heavy hitter interviews, crew chiefs, and driver interviews. The show is also very fast-paced, which helps explain the name.

MRN announcers host 225-lap Camping World Series All-Star Race

The Motor Racing Network is hosting the Camping World Series All-Star Race, a 225-lap competition between 22 drivers in this year’s season-opening event. MRN’s announcers will provide the voice of the race.

Alex Hayden is one of the network’s lead play-by-play announcers, as well as the co-anchor of NASCAR’s Morning Drive on SiriusXM NASCAR radio. Prior to joining MRN in 1997, Hayden served as a pit reporter for HDNet and SPEED TV. He is also a former member of the Thundering Herd football team.

Kurt Becker has been with the network since 1994, and was named to the list of “10 best announcers of all time” by Motor Racing News. While Becker has been a turn announcer and single-event anchor, he also worked in the Thoroughbred industry.

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