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Inside NASCAR on Showtime logo.jpg
Presented byShowtime series:
StarringShowtime series:
Country of originUnited States
No. of episodes169 (Showtime)
Running time40 minutes (TNN)
60 minutes (Showtime)
Original networkThe Nashville Network (1985-2000)
Showtime (2010-2012)
Original releaseTNN series:
1985 (1985) – 2000 (2000)
Showtime series:
2010 (2010)– 2012 (2012)
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Inside NASCAR was a television show broadcast on Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday[1] during the NASCAR season on Showtime. The show was hosted by Chris Myers while the analysts were Michael Waltrip, Brad Daugherty, Susannah Collins and Kyle Petty who replaced Randy Pemberton who was an analyst during the show's first season in 2010.[2] Petty joined in 2011 as an analyst. The show was a 30-minute show, that had new episodes weekly.[1] After the 2012 season, Showtime announced that they would remove the show from their television schedule for the 2013 season.[3] The show was noted for airing uncensored radio chatters, which is accompanied with analysis on such radio comments (radio chatter highlights are also aired on NASCAR Race Hub under the name of NASCAR Radioactive, although with censorship).

A previous show called Inside NASCAR was broadcast on TNN as part of NASCAR on TNN coverage, until CBS (TNN's parent company) lost the rights to NASCAR in late 2000. TNN's version of the show was also occasionally named Inside Winston Cup Racing until 1995.


  1. ^ a b "Weekly Schedule". Showtime. Retrieved 19 August 2010.
  2. ^ "Meet the Talent". Showtime. Retrieved 19 August 2010.
  3. ^ Hiestand, Michael (December 19, 2012). "Showtime drops 'Inside NASCAR' after three seasons". USA Today. Retrieved December 21, 2012.

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