Jeff Burton and Dale Jarrett discuss who has the most work to do at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Via CSN Chicago
3 days ago
All five Joe Gibbs Racing-affiliated cars made the Chase for the Sprint Cup in their first year of collaboration.
Via CSN Chicago
7 days ago
By David Morgan, NASCAR Contributor We all know Dale Jarrett as a NASCAR Hall of Famer and the 1999 Winston Cup Champion, but his road to glory began way back in 1991 when he scored his first Winston Cup win in a photo finish with Davey Allison at Michigan. As the Sprint Cup Series heads to Michigan this weekend, this week’s edition of “Throwback Thursday Theater” will look...
Via Motorsports Tribune
29 days ago
On Tuesday, 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Champion Kyle Busch along with NASCAR Hall of Famer Dale Jarrett announced Busch’s No. 18 would carry the Interstate Batteries paint scheme for the Bojangles Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway. The throwback theme on the No. 18 Joe Gibbs Toyota will be an exact replica of the paint scheme Jarrett used in his 1993 Daytona 500, which was the first...
Credit 0 nascarmedia.com. (Photo by RacingOne/Getty Images) Posted by Brandon Whitton – follow on twitter @whittonbm As the Winston Cup Series came to Michigan International Speedway for the second time in 1991, a dark cloud came in tow. Longtime independent driver and fan favorite underdog J.D. McDuffie was killed in an accident during the previous weekends Budweiser at The...
NASCAR on television is approaching a new age as NBC Sports and Fox Sports will team up once again to provide coverage of America’s most popular racing series. While Fox is continuing their relationship with the sport, NBC is replacing ESPN as NASCAR’s other major rightsholder and making its return to the track after several years out of the sport. In that regard, NBC has...
— Three-Time Daytona 500 Champion to Join Krista Voda and Kyle Petty During Pre- and Post-race Coverage, and Contribute to NASCAR AMERICA on NBCSN NBC Sports Group has reached an agreement with 1999 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion and 2014 NASCAR Hall of Fame inductee Dale Jarrett, who will serve as a pre- and post-race analyst during live coverage of select NASCAR Sprint Cup...
With ESPN out of the NASCAR business, lead analyst Dale Jarrett has jumped ship to NBC. In other news, Fox Sports will use a rotation of active NASCAR drivers on XFinity Series races this year, and golf analyst Peter Oosterhuis has retired from broadcasting. ESPN’s Jarrett Joins NBC Sports ESPN NASCAR analyst Dale Jarrett has [...]
Chicagoland Speedway today announced Richard Childress, Dale Jarrett and Brett Bodine will be inducted in the Legends Club this September as part of a triple-header weekend to kick off the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup. Featuring some of the most storied figures, families and personalities in the sport, The Legends Club offers an intimate setting with an all-inclusive package of...
Since retiring in 2008, Dale Jarrett has been one of the greatest announcers in NASCAR. Jarrett, 57, hasn’t been in a racecar in quite some time, yet he has never faded away from the sport. Jarrett joined NASCAR on ESPN before he retired in 2007, and since then – his name has become well-known for fans that weren’t around to follow his racing career. Highlighted by winning...
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