Sprint Cup

ESPN announcers, producers immersed in NASCAR

Ten ESPN commentators and producers spent this past weekend at the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Charlotte Motor Speedway in…

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NASCAR’s Brad Keselowski changes lanes easily before, behind ESPN cameras

Wherever Brad Keselowski is, ESPN seems to be in his general vicinity. The NASCAR star visited ESPN's Bristol campus Wednesday…

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Behind The Scenes

Landmark NASCAR week sees ESPN News & Information teams rise to the reporting challenge

One of the most eventful weeks in NASCAR history, set off by events near the end of the Sept. 8…

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NASCAR driver Kurt Busch negotiates Car Wash, shares This Is SportsCenter idea for Tony Stewart

Front Row caught up with Kurt Busch – something many NASCAR drivers find difficult to do – Wednesday during his…

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From ESPN’s Front Row team to NASCAR’s David Ragan’s Front Row team: Congrats!

Here at ESPN’s Front Row, we like to think we know a little something about the responsibility that comes in…

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Announcements

ESPN analyst Rusty Wallace gets NASCAR Hall of Fame nod tonight

Tonight will be one of the biggest nights of Rusty Wallace’s life as he is inducted into the NASCAR Hall…

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Forward/Rewind: NASCAR/Golf

[box color=gray size=small align=right] Golf Mike McQuade, Vice President, Production #Hashtag of the year for 2012: #RoryMcIlroy. His emergence as…

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Behind The Scenes

ESPN’s NASCAR production team to stand down after Miami race

After 10 months on the road covering the longest season in professional sports, ESPN’s NASCAR production team will stand down…

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Behind The Scenes

@NASCARESPN: Ashenfelter is ESPN’s social media link with race fans

Mark Ashenfelter is one of many behind-the-scenes people who helps make ESPN’s NASCAR coverage go. And like many, he doesn’t…

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Behind The Scenes

Johnson, Edwards, other NASCAR stars in ESPN’s ‘first place’ ads

Last season, ESPN Marketing launched a very successful “Nothing Beats First Place” campaign that chronicled all of the silly things…

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