• 00:31

    Talking in Circles: Year in Review; Most Improved/Surprising Drivers

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    On tonight's episode of Talking in Circles we'll discuss the most surprising drivers of 2014 along with the most diappointed drivers of the 2014 season. We'll see who each one of the talents pick as they discuss who they think it is. 


    Plus crew chief changes at Chip Ganassi Racing w/ Felix Sabates and Hendrick Motorsports. Keith Rodden who was the crew chief for Jamie McMurray in 2014. Rodden will now move to Hendrick Motorsports, where he was the car chief for a lot of years, to take over for Kenny Francis. 


    Replacing Rodden at Chip Ganassi Racing w/ Felix Sabates is Matt McCall. McCall was an engineer at Richard Childress Racing this season, and now will be a crew chief at one of NASCAR's highest levels. 


    Also, rookies of the years were announced in each series. Kyle Larson, Chase Elliott, and Ben Kennedy. We'll discuss what we think of these as well.


    Scott Zipadelli has been released from Turner Scott Motorsports. The future of this team is up in the air, and we will discuss where this team is headed. 


    And finally, Dominic Aragon from TheRacingExperts.com will join the show for the discussion. 

  • 00:11

    Talking In Circles: Special Edition: Jeff Gordon Retirement Announcement

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    Jeff Gordon announced this morning that the 2015 season will be his final as a fulltime Sprint Cup Series driver. Gordon is one of NASCAR's best driver with 92 career victories, 77 pole positions and four championships. The announcement is saying that Gordon will still continue to race on a limited basis beyond the 2015 season. The team Gordon will be driving for has yet to be announced. 


    No word on Alan Gustafson's future. 


    Chase Elliott is expected to drive the No.24 car in 2016. 

  • 00:48

    Race Fans Rock - Broadcast No.8

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    Tonight on Race Fans Rock, host Infield Jen and Ronnie Tsunami will be speaking with NASCAR Hall of Fame Inductee Mr. Rex White! Thats right Race Fans!!! Rex will be talking about his career, what it means to be inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame and he will be answering questions sent in by fans all week long!! 


    Rex is the most high profile guest we have had on this show so far so TUNE IN!!


    When the phone lines open, Jen and Ronnie will talk to race fans and get their opinions about Jeff Gordon's announcement to step away from full time racing after the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season. 


    Infield Jen will also make a HUGE announcement about what she has planned for 2015 and it includes everyone! Do NOT miss this show!!!


     

  • 00:44

    Motorsports Apex with Glenn Locke

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    Your home for all the latest news, highlights and insight from the Verizon Indycar series, Formula 1 and Formula E, if it has openwheels, we report it! Follow us on twitter @MotorsportsApex

  • 00:55

    Thursday Night Thunder

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    This week, Speedway Digest Thursday Night Thunder is proud to welcome Carter 2 Motorsports driver Cassie Gannis (@CassieGannis ) and soon to be NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver Jake Griffin Racing (@JakeGriffin08) to the program.


    We will also be discussing the 24 Hours of Daytona , as well as whatever other racing news jumps into the conversation.


    Be sure to tune in on Thursday, January 29th at 8 pm Eastern, 5 pm Pacific for your favorite online motorsports show!

  • 00:57

    Race Fans Rock - Broadcast No.6

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    On this high speed broadcast of Race Fans Rock, you will meet one of the BIGGEST Jeff Gordon "Super Fans" alive!!! Host, Infield Jen will talk to Jeff Gordon's No.1 fan and her name is Charlotte Simpson! If you think you have an extensive memorabilia collection of your favorite driver, then you have not heard about Charlotte Simpson's collection! Even Jeff Gordon himself was shocked!! You do NOT want to miss this show!!


    Then stay right here as Infield Jen opens up the phone lines so other Race Fans can share their most memorable experiences at the tracks and find out how they became such a huge fans of the sport!


    Call in and chat with Jen at 713-955-0744

  • 01:19

    Lugnuts and Horsepower

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    Talladega eliminated another four drivers, but Martinsville started the actual Eliminator Round.  The Chase is over halfway done, and only eight drivers remain in the hunt for a championship.  Patti Rodisch and Dustin Parks are ready to look back at the end of one round, and the beginning of another.


    The end of the Contender Round saw Hendrick Motorsports end up losing the most.  After getting all four drivers in the Chase, only one remains.  With Hendrick only having one driver able to go for the title, compared to Gibbs with two and Penske with two, are Gordon's chances slim, or is it motivation.  Plus, Brad Keselowski overcame adversity to make it into the Eliminator Eight, only to see unfortunate troubles this past Sunday.  Keselowski isn't out of the hunt, but battling back now is more difficult now that only two races remain before the title round.


    With all the Chase talk, Hendrick did have the bright spot on Sunday when Dale Earnhardt Jr. locked in his fourth win of the year, the most in one season since 2004.  It was a win possibly meaning more than his second Daytona 500, and made a weekend where heartache was replaced by rejoice and victory.


    This and so much more will be discussed beginning at 6:30 p.m. ET/5:30 p.m. CT.

  • 00:30

    Talking In Circles: Breaking Down the News from the NASCAR Media Tour

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    This week is the NASCAR Sprint Cup Media Tour and there has been a lot of news coming out this week. We start with the most interesting news of the day and that is the report from Catchfence.com that Alex Bowman is heading to Tommy Baldwin Racing for the 2015 season. Bowman spent the 2014 season at BK Racing and appears to be on the move. We'll give you our thoughts. 

    Also, it was Ford day on the NASCAR Sprint Cup Media Tour and the Wood Brothers Racing announced 6 additional races to their schedule. Sponsorship from SKF, Snap on and PGG. Kentucky, the first New Hampshire event, Bristol night race, Southern 500, Chicagoland and Charlotte in Oct.

    Also Thrievent Financial will be back at Levine Family Racing. 10 race deal, team will run a minimum of 20 races in 2015. 


    Tuesday saw an array of news that included Brett Moffitt driving the No.55 Toyota for MWR at Atlanta. Also, JJ Yeley will drive for BK Racing and Michael Annett will run for HScott Motorsports, which is as expected. 


    On the Xfinity Series side of things, Johanna Long will drive a partial NXS and NCWTS schedule for Mike Afferano Racing. Long will run Daytona Xfinity Series race in No.03 car in chassis purchased from Turner Scott Motorsports. Ross Chastain will drive for JD Motorsports, and also Darrelll Wallace Jr news. 

    Camping World Truck Series news: Jeb Burton announced he will not have a ride in NCWTS next season due to lack of sponsorship. Also Johnny Sauter has sponsorship for 10 races. 

    Also Fox announced their broadcast team and much more!

  • 00:31

    Talking in Circles: Welcome to Miami- Season Finale; This Week in NASCAR History

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    On tonight's episode of Talking in Circles; we preview the Championship race as we break down all 4 drivers going for the title. 


    Kevin Harvick, Joey Logano, Denny Hamlin, Ryan Newman. We'll talk about how they got there, who the favorites are, and why each one could win this thing at Homestead. 


    Also, we'll go back in NASCAR to November 10, 1996, at Atlanta Motor Speedway where a pair of brothers shared the spotlight as one won the race, and the other won the championship. 


    And, we'll talk about possible crew chief changes taking place at Hendrick Motorsports. Will this guy be the only shoe to fall, or will there be more, at the end of the year.


    All of that with our opinions, plus we're hoping to have some insite from Dominic Aragon from TheRacingExperts.co

  • 01:01

    On Wheels Now

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    Live every Tuesday at 6pm (PST), From Las Vegas, Nevada
    "Your Inside Look at Local Motorsports"
    "The Racers Roundtable" Racers and Race Fans talking about racing. Dirt and Asphalt oval short track racing, Drag racing, off road racing and more ...
     Interviews with racecar drivers, officials and fans.  "LIVE" Every Tuesday at 6:00pm (PST)
     

  • 01:34

    Low Down and Dirty 1/27/2015

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    Our guest Tuesday night is truly an icon in the world of racing. He has over 900 starts in NASCAR. A former Rookie of the Year in ASA. Over 425 Nationwide series starts. Three time most popular driver in the Nationwide series. This driver also has over 340 starts in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. In showing his versatility as a driver he has won the Super Late Model Charity Race “Prelude To The Dream” at the Eldora Speedway. Today you can find him behind the microphone working as analyst in all forms of racing or behind the wheel of his IMCA modified. It is our pleasure to have none other than the great Kenny Wallace join us. It is sure to be fun as we explore his 30 plus years in motorsports.

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