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FOX Sports reveals its 2015 NASCAR lineup

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FOX Sports reveals its 2015 NASCAR lineup
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Jan 26, 2015, 3:59 PM

Jeff Gordon added to booth sooner than expected, along with fellow champions Kevin Harvick and Brad Keselowski on Xfinity broadcasts.

Carl Edwards on the set of Fox Sports during the rain delay
NASCAR Spring Cup Series Champion Kevin Harvick arrives on the red carpet with his wife DeLana
Bob Dilner and the FOX Sports 1 team
Jeff Gordon
FOX Sports 1 live set
Brad Keselowski
Fox Sports Compound
2014 champion Kevin Harvick, Stewart-Haas Racing

 

FOX Sports will add fresh talent to its NASCAR lineup in 2015

Along with familiar faces such as Mike Joy, Darrell Waltrip and Larry McReynolds, Jamie Little and Chris Neville will join veteran reporter Matt Yocum on pit road.

But perhaps the most significant change will be the addition of reigning champion Kevin Harvick along with 2012 champion Brad Keselowski and four-time Cup title-holder Jeff Gordon for the Xfinitiy Series broadcast which FOX Sports adds to its schedule this season. The three champions will be in rotation along with hosts Adam Alexander and Michael Waltrip to offer current perspective from the cockpit to the booth.

NASCAR has been part of the fabric of FOX Sports since we first hit the air at Daytona in 2001, and with our new 10-year commitment, FOX NASCAR is poised to showcase what we expect to be the most riveting competition in years with what certainly is our deepest pool of on-air personalities ever.

Eric Shanks

“Broadcasting any sports property for 15 years is a labor of love and a tremendous privilege,” said Eric Shanks, President and COO, Executive Producer, FOX Sports in the release. “NASCAR has been part of the fabric of FOX Sports since we first hit the air at Daytona in 2001, and with our new 10-year commitment, FOX NASCAR is poised to showcase what we expect to be the most riveting competition in years with what certainly is our deepest pool of on-air personalities ever.”

With FOX and NBC sharing the TV broadcast duties, FOX is expanding its programming to cover 15 Cup races in 2015 – 10 of the events will be run of FOX and six on FOX Sports 1.

Camping World Truck Series

FOX Sports 1 will carry the Camping World Truck Series with Alexander, Joy and Brian Till providing play-by-play. Till is subbing for Steve Byrnes, who is on medical leave. With the exception of the Talladega race, all broadcasts will be on FOX Sports 1.

Auxiliary Programming

Chris Myers will continue to host FOX NASCAR Sunday from the Hollywood Hotel along the brothers Waltrip.

Danielle Trotta and John Roberts will co-host FOX’s popular daily news show Race Hub with a variety of analysts including Wally Dallenbach, Jeff Hammond and McReynolds along with fresh takes from present day competitors AJ Allmendinger, Greg Biffle, Drew Blickensderfer, Todd Bodine, Chad Knaus and Joey Lograno. Recent recruits Alan Cavanna and Andrew Doud will offer daily reports.

 

 

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