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List of NASCAR All-Star Race broadcasters

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The following is a list of the American television and radio and announcers that have broadcast the NASCAR All-Star Race over the years.

Television

2020s

Year Network Lap-by-lap Color commentator(s) Pit reporter(s)
2021 FS1 Mike Joy Jeff Gordon and Clint Bowyer Jamie Little and Regan Smith
2020 FS1[1] Mike Joy Jeff Gordon Regan Smith and Matt Yocum

2010s

Year Network Lap-by-lap Color commentator(s) Pit reporter(s)
2019 FS1[2] Mike Joy Jeff Gordon and Darrell Waltrip Matt Yocum, Jamie Little, and Vince Welch
2018 FS1[3] Mike Joy Jeff Gordon and Darrell Waltrip Matt Yocum, Jamie Little, and Vince Welch
2017 FS1 Mike Joy Jeff Gordon and Darrell Waltrip Matt Yocum, Jamie Little, and Vince Welch
2016 FS1[4][5] Mike Joy Jeff Gordon and Darrell Waltrip Matt Yocum, Jamie Little, and Vince Welch
2015 FS1[6][7][8] Mike Joy Darrell Waltrip and Larry McReynolds Matt Yocum, Jamie Little, and Vince Welch
2014 FS1[9] Mike Joy Darrell Waltrip and Larry McReynolds Matt Yocum, Steve Byrnes, and Krista Voda
2013 Speed[10] Mike Joy Darrell Waltrip and Larry McReynolds Matt Yocum, Steve Byrnes, Krista Voda, and Jeff Hammond
2012 Speed[11] Mike Joy Darrell Waltrip and Michael Waltrip Matt Yocum, Dick Berggren, and Steve Byrnes
2011 Speed[12] Mike Joy Darrell Waltrip and Michael Waltrip Matt Yocum, Dick Berggren, and Steve Byrnes
2010 Speed[13] Mike Joy Darrell Waltrip and Larry McReynolds Matt Yocum, Dick Berggren, and Steve Byrnes

2000s

Year Network Lap-by-lap Color commentator(s) Pit reporter(s)
2009 Speed[14] Mike Joy Darrell Waltrip and Larry McReynolds Matt Yocum, Dick Berggren, Steve Byrnes, and Carl Edwards
2008 Speed[15] Mike Joy Darrell Waltrip and Larry McReynolds Matt Yocum, Dick Berggren, Steve Byrnes, and Carl Edwards
2007 Speed[16][17] Mike Joy Darrell Waltrip and Larry McReynolds Dick Berggren and Steve Byrnes
2006 FX[18] Mike Joy Darrell Waltrip and Larry McReynolds Matt Yocum, Dick Berggren, and Steve Byrnes
2005 FX[19] Mike Joy Darrell Waltrip and Larry McReynolds Matt Yocum and Dick Berggren
2004 FX[20] Mike Joy Darrell Waltrip and Larry McReynolds Matt Yocum, Dick Berggren, and Steve Byrnes
2003 FX[21][22] Mike Joy Darrell Waltrip and Larry McReynolds Matt Yocum, Dick Berggren, and Steve Byrnes
2002 FX[23] Mike Joy Darrell Waltrip and Larry McReynolds Matt Yocum, Dick Berggren, and Steve Byrnes
2001 FX[24][25] Mike Joy Darrell Waltrip and Larry McReynolds Matt Yocum and Dick Berggren
2000 TNN[26][27] Eli Gold Buddy Baker and Dick Berggren Glenn Jarrett and Ralph Sheheen

Notes

  • In 2001, television coverage moved to FX as part of the new NASCAR television contract, and qualifying was changed so the pit stop took place at the start of the qualifying, and the stop was a four-tire change instead of two. Also starting in 2001, crew members were introduced together with drivers during the driver introduction ceremonies, with Fox broadcasters Chris Myers and Jeff Hammond interviewing selected persons during the ceremony.

1990s

Year Network Lap-by-lap Color commentator(s) Pit reporter(s)
1999 TNN[28] Eli Gold Buddy Baker and Dick Berggren Glenn Jarrett and Ralph Sheheen
1998 TNN[29][30] Eli Gold Buddy Baker and Dick Berggren Glenn Jarrett and Matt Yocum
1997 TNN[31][32] Eli Gold Buddy Baker and Dick Berggren Glenn Jarrett and Matt Yocum
1996 TNN[33] Eli Gold Buddy Baker and Dick Berggren Glenn Jarrett and Randy Pemberton
1995 TNN[34] Mike Joy Buddy Baker and Dick Berggren Glenn Jarrett, Randy Pemberton, and Rick Benjamin
1994 TNN[35] Mike Joy[36] Buddy Baker Glenn Jarrett and Randy Pemberton
1993 TNN[37] Mike Joy Neil Bonnett and Buddy Baker Randy Pemberton and Pat Patterson
1992 TNN[38] Mike Joy Neil Bonnett and Buddy Baker Glenn Jarrett,[39] Randy Pemberton, and Katie Haas
1991 CBS Ken Squier Ned Jarrett Neil Bonnett and Chris Economaki
1990 ABC[40] Paul Page Benny Parsons and Bobby Unser Jack Arute

Notes

  • ABC carried the race in 1990, with the Winston Open finish, and CBS carried both the Open and The Winston in 1991. The race was moved up one day to Saturday night, and it moved to live coverage on The Nashville Network (now Paramount Network) in 1992.

1980s

Year Network Lap-by-lap Color commentator(s) Pit reporter(s)
1989 ABC Paul Page Benny Parsons and Bobby Unser Jack Arute
1988 ABC Keith Jackson Jerry Punch Jerry Gappens
1987 ABC Keith Jackson[41] Donnie Allison Jerry Punch
1986 ESPN Bob Jenkins Larry Nuber and Benny Parsons Jack Arute
1985 Jefferson-Pilot[42] Mike Joy Neil Bonnett and Kyle Petty Johnny Hayes

Notes

  • The 1986 event featured the Atlanta Invitational, a 100-lap race for drivers who did not meet the eligibility of The Winston. The Atlanta Invitational was held before The Winston, but due to a tape delay, ESPN aired the race after The Winston.
  • From its first year, the unique moniker "The Winston" was adopted by sponsor R. J. Reynolds. Rather than referring to the event as a traditional "All star" race, no generic reference was included in the title. Due to limitations on television tobacco advertising, other races which involved tobacco title sponsorship utilized generic names on network television. For example, on ABC, the Winston 500 was called the "Talladega 500" and the Marlboro 500 was called the "Michigan 500." Without a generic alternative, television and other media were forced to acknowledge Winston as the title sponsor, effectively skirting, and pushing the limits of tobacco advertising regulation.

Radio

Motor Racing Network is one of the two main radio broadcasters of the NASCAR Cup Series and Xfinity Series, covering events held at tracks owned by ISC, along with Dover International Speedway and Pocono Raceway. It also broadcasts the NASCAR All-Star Race, and the entire Truck Series season (although clearance of Xfinity and Truck Series events may vary by station). Almost all of the remaining races are broadcast by the Speedway Motorsports-owned Performance Racing Network (PRN), besides the Brickyard 400 (which is broadcast by the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Radio Network in association with PRN); many stations have affiliations with both MRN and PRN in order to air a full NASCAR schedule. All races are also carried on Sirius XM NASCAR Radio.

The lead announcers for the 2017 race's broadcast on MRN were Joe Moore, Jeff Striegle and Rusty Wallace. The network also implemented two announcers on each side of the track: Dave Moody in turns 1 and 2 and Kyle Rickey in turns 3 and 4. Alex Hayden, Winston Kelly, Kim Coon, and Steve Post were the network's pit lane reporters. The lead announcers for MRN in the following year were Mike Bagley, Jeff Striegle and Rusty Wallace. The network continued to implement two announcers on each side of the track: Dave Moody in turns 1 and 2 and Kyle Rickey in turns 3 and 4. Alex Hayden, Winston Kelly, Kim Coon, and Steve Post were the network's pit lane reporters. Alex Hayden became one of the lead announcers come 2019.

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