NASHVILLE, TENN- Stacy Compton, driver of the Royal Crown Ford in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, will be a guest color analyst for TNN Motorsports for the Chevrolet Twin 125& ...
NASHVILLE, TENN- Stacy Compton, driver of the Royal Crown Ford in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, will be a guest color analyst for TNN Motorsports for the Chevrolet Twin 125s NASCAR Late Model race at the Nashville Speedway, USA on Friday, August 14. The former Late Model champion is scheduled to join Eli Gold and Buddy Baker in the broadcast booth for the taping of the Chevrolet Twin 125s late model race that will air on TNN, Sunday, August 16 (2:30-4:00 PM, ET)
Compton, a sophomore in the NCTS, gained his experience in the late model series, where the Hurt, VA. native collected 36 wins, 39 poles and 150 top- five finishes in eight years of competition. He captured the track championship at South Boston (Va.) Speedway in 1994 was voted Most Popular Driver two years in a row.
We are looking forward to Stacy joining our talent roster for this event, said Mark Kuchan, TNN Director of Motorsports. His expertise in the NASCAR Late Model division will be enlightening for everyone who loves great stock car competition.
Compton views this debut as an opportunity. Im looking forward to working with such experience professionals as Eli and Buddy. This is where I began my racing career in NASCAR and I know there are some very talented drivers in the series today.
TNN Motorsports will televise the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Federated Auto Parts 250 live on Saturday, August 15 (5:00 -7:30 PM, EST). TNN Motorsports covers seven different racing series, more live racing action than any other network.
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