Thursday, May 23, 2013

Fox outlines Motor Sports TV plans for April 25-26

When was the last time 3 different networks carried Motor Sports on the same day? That will happen this Sunday when NBC airs Formula 1 Racing, ABC airs the Indianpolis 500, and FOX airs the Coca-Cola 600. NBC Sports Network and FUEL each have one leg of the 2013 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship this Saturday as well. Here is the press release from FOX outlining their MotoSports coverage plans this weekend. 

NASCAR ON FOX CAPS OFF MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND WITH THE COCA-COLA 600 – FSMG caps its second week at Charlotte Motor Speedway with primetime coverage of the Coca-Cola 600 on Sunday, May 26 (5:30 PM ET). Host Chris Myers welcomes viewers inside the friendly confines of the 
Hollywood Hotel to cover NASCAR’s most recent news and happenings with analysis from Michael 
Waltrip and Darrell Waltrip. The prerace show will include tributes from NASCAR drivers to troops 
stationed overseas. 

Once the green flag drops, race announcer Mike Joy is alongside analysts Darrell Waltrip and Larry 
McReynolds to call all the exciting action while Steve Byrnes, Krista Voda and Matt Yocum patrol the 
pits for reports on teams and pit stops. FOX Sports’ Jeff Hammond serves as the network’s roving 
analyst, taking fans from the garages to pit road and everywhere in between CMS. 

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The 2013 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship makes its second stop this weekend in Lakewood, CO 
for the Rockwell Watches Thunder Valley National. FUEL TV telecasts the second motos live Saturday, 
May 25 (5:00 PM ET), where 2011 champion Ryan Villopoto looks to further his points lead in the highly 
competitive 450 Class. After missing the entire 2012 season with injury, the 2011 champion looked 
dominant in his first race back winning both motos in stop one. FUEL TV analyst Jeff Emig says the 
competition better step up their game if they want to hang with the former champ. “At round one, 
Villopoto was just about as impressive as a rider can be. Not only that he was able to win over the likes 
of Ryan Dungey and James Stewart, but his 15 second win margin came mostly in the second half of 
the race. Going into round two, the competition had better plan on taking to the limit if they plan on 
winning in Colorado.”

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