The Morning DriveWeekdays 7 am - 11 am ETGet a fast start to your day with veteran race announcer Mike Bagley and racing insider Pete Pistone. The noted NASCAR experts delve into the latest news and rumors, interview prominent guests and take your calls. Email them at email@example.com or call 1-866-PIT-LANE (866-748-5263).
Tradin' PaintWeekdays 11 am - 3 pm ETTune in to Legendary gas man Danny "Chocolate" Myers and veteran broadcaster Jim Noble take on the toughest topics and rub fenders with all comers, taking as much contact as they deal out. Get involved at 1-866-PIT-LANE (866-748-5263) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
SiriusXM SpeedwayWeekdays 3 pm - 7 pm ETHear Dave "The Godfather" Moody and Angie Skinner keep listeners informed (and laughing) with an unpredictable mix of driver interviews, listener phone calls and insightful commentary. Get in on the action and call 1-866-PIT-LANE (866-748-5263) or email the crew at email@example.com.
Late ShiftMondays & Tuesdays 7 pm - 10 pm ET Tune in as Brad Gillie and racing legend Buddy Baker take nighthawk racing fans into the evening hours. You can be part of the show. Call 1-866-PIT-LANE (866-748-5263) or email the guys at LateShift@SiriusXM.com.
Dialed In w/ Claire B. LangWednesdays through Fridays 7 pm - 10 pm ETCatch the latest news and information from the track with veteran NASCAR host Claire B. Lang. Count on one of the most trusted voices in the garage for the latest inside scoop, exclusive interviews and to take your phone calls.
Manifold Destiny w/ Mojo NixonMondays 10 pm – 12 am ETJoin the irrepressible wildman Mojo Nixon as he gets back to the racing roots of his youth with a wheel gripping thrill-ride of redneck ruminations that celebrate the world of NASCAR.
NASCAR LiveTuesday 10 pm ETFor more than 25 years, NASCAR Live has been a weekly stop for fans who want to hear from the top drivers and personalities in the sport of NASCAR.
The Front StretchSaturdays & Sundays 7 am - 11 am ET Let Pat "The Racing Guy" Patterson, involved with motorsports for more than 25 years, jumpstart your racing weekend with plenty of news, talk and information. and information. Give him a call at 1-866-PIT-LANE (866-748-5263).
Press PassSaturdays 11 am ET (Time varies due to race schedules) Tune in as Brad Gillie covers NASCAR from a reporter's perspective, welcoming top personalities, the best beat writers and veteran broadcasters from around the country. Got something to say? Call 1-866-PIT-LANE (866-748-5263) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Loose Ends - The Best of SiriusXM NASCAR RadioSee Schedule for Show TimesHear a collection of interviews with top drivers, crew chiefs, owners and other influential NASCAR personnel.
Mike BagleyMike "The Bagman" Bagley started covering NASCAR racing in 1992. After starting out as a "runner" for MRN Radio while he was still in high school, Mike called his first race in June 1992. He is a seasoned booth, turn, and pit reporter. Bagley has been co-hosting The Morning Drive since January 2008.
Buddy BakerThe son of racing legend Buck Baker, Buddy was the first driver to win racing's "Big Four": Daytona, Talladega, Darlington and Charlotte. Buddy won 19 times on the NASCAR circuit and ranks ninth on NASCAR's all-time list for top-five finishes with 202 and top-10 finishes with 311.
Brad GillieAfter spending most of the 1990’s working in rock radio in Dallas/Fort Worth, Brad Gillie turned his lifelong passion for motorsports into a job at Texas Motor Speedway. After joining Texas Motor Speedway’s staff Brad joined the PRN broadcast team as a Pit Reporter.
Claire B. LangThe award-winning journalist and broadcast anchor has hosted Dialed In since 2001 when NASCAR launched on satellite radio. Lang is an omnipresent fixture in the NASCAR garage every weekend, providing her listeners with the most up-to-date news and interviews with the sport’s biggest personalities.
Dave MoodyDave "The Godfather" Moody has announced at nearly 100 speedways in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. A multi NMPA and AP award-winner, Dave debuted on MRN Radio in 1988 and serves as announcer and pre-race host for the broadcasts of the NASCAR Sprint Cup, Nationwide and Camping World Truck Series races.
Chocolate MyersDanny "Chocolate" Myers was the gas man for the #3 GM Goodwrench Chevy driven by the late Dale Earnhardt. Myers worked for Richard Childress Racing for 19 years before retiring in 2002. He also has been a color commentator on ESPN networks and appeared in the "Smokey and the Bandit" film series.
Mojo NixonBest known for his song “Elvis is Everywhere,” Mojo became a racing fan after his father took him to see NASCAR icon Richard Petty at the old Orange County Speedway outside Hillsborough, NC. Mojo describes his show, Manifold Destiny, as “the radio version of the infield at Talladega.”
Jim NobleFive-time AP award winner Jim Noble started with local TV in GA and NY before coming to Charlotte, NC in 1995 to cover the Carolina Panthers and Charlotte Hornets for WBTV (CBS). He began covering NASCAR full-time for Fox Sports Net and NASCAR Media Group in 2003, joining the PRN team in 2007.
Pat PattersonPat Patterson has been involved with motor sports for more than a quarter of a century. "The Racing Guy" has done everything from taking the driver's wheel to public address announcing at a small track in Colorado to hosting and producing major television shows, such as RaceDay and On Pit Road.
Pete PistonePete Pistone is the Senior Editor for MotorRacingNetwork.com, motorsports reporter on CBS Sports.com, as well as Chicago's WGN Radio. Pete's NASCAR involvement follows in the footsteps of his uncle, NASCAR driver "Tiger" Tom Pistone. Pete is currently Mike Bagley's co-host on The Morning Drive.
Angie SkinnerAngie Skinner has done everything from negotiate contracts for NASCAR radio broadcasts to writing NASCAR-themed books and managing successful charity events all while playing a vital role in managing her husband’s career. She has more than 15 years of experience and in reporting and media relations.
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Fan's Choice lets you decide which driver will air on a Driver2Crew Chatter channel for every NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race. The poll opens on Monday of race week on the Driver2Crew Chatter page and closes on Friday at 3 pm ET. Round up friends to vote for your favorite. We'll air the in-car audio for the driver who has the most votes on race day.
Kevin Harvick in victory lane after winning at Darlington on April 12, 2014. (NASCAR via Getty Images)
Joey Logan celebrates after winning the Duck Commander 500. (Chris Graythen/Getty Images for Texas Motor Speedway)
Kurt Busch celebrates in Victory Lane after winning at Martinsville. (Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images)
Kyle Busch, driver of the #18 Interstate Batteries Toyota, celebrates after winning in Fontana. (Brian Lawdermilk/NASCAR via Getty Images)
Carl Edwards, driver of the #99 Kellogg's/Frosted Flakes Ford, celebrates with a backflip after winning the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway on March 16, 2014 in Bristol, Tennessee. (NASCAR Via Getty Images)
Brad Keselowski crosses the finish line to win the Kobalt 400. (NASCAR Via Getty Images)
Kevin Harvick leads the pack at Phoenix International Speedway. (Christian Petersen/Getty Images)
Dale Earnhardt Jr. in Victory Lane after winning the Daytona 500. (Tom Pennington/Getty Images)
Denny Hamlin celebrates his win in the Sprint Unlimited. (Jared C. Tilton/NASCAR via Getty Images)
Jimmie Johnson celebrates his 2013 Nascar Series Championship with a burnout in Homestead.( NASCAR via Getty Images)
Kevin Harvick celebrates with his wife and son after winning at Phoenix. (Rainier Ehrhardt/NASCAR via Getty Images)
Jimmie Johnson following his win at Texas Motor Speedway. (Jerry Markland/Getty Images for Texas Motor Speedway)
Jeff Gordon holds the checkered flag at Martinsville. (Geoff Burke/Getty Images)
Jamie McMurray following his win at Talladega. (NASCAR via Getty Images)
Brad Keselowski celebrates his win in Charlotte with a burnout. (Jennifer Stewart/Getty Images)
Kevin Harvick in victory lane after his win at Kansas Speedway. (Jerry Markland/Getty Images)
Jimmie Johnson performs a burnout after winning the AAA 400 at Dover. (Justin Heiman/Getty Images)
Matt Kenseth holds a lobster trophy after winning at New Hampshire. (Justin Edmonds/Getty Images)
Matt Kenseth celebrates after winning at Chicagoland Speedway. (John Harrelson/NASCAR via Getty Images)
Carl Edwards performs a flip after winning at Richmond. (Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
Kyle Busch after his win at Atlanta Motor Speedway. (Justin Edmonds/Getty Images for NASCAR)
Matt Kenseth celebrates with a burnout after winning at Bristol Motor Speedway. (Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
Joey Logano celebrates after winning at Michigan International Speedway. (Jared C. Tilton/NASCAR via Getty Images)
Kyle Busch makes his way over to the flag stand after winning at Watkins Glenn.(Todd Warshaw/Getty Images)
Kasey Kahne celebrates with a burnout after winning at Pocono. (Todd Warshaw/NASCAR via Getty Images)
Ryan Newman kisses the bricks after winning at the Brickyard. (Streeter Lecka/NASCAR via Getty Images)
Brian Vickers celebrates after winning at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. (Jerry Markland/Getty Images)
Jimmie Johnson celebrates winning at Daytona International Speedway. (Scott Halleran/Getty Images)
Matt Kenseth races at Kentucky Speedway in Sparta, Kentucky. (Photo by Sean Gardner/NASCAR via Getty Images)
Martin Truex Jr. races at Sonoma Raceway in Sonoma, California. (Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images)
Greg Biffle celebrates his win at the Michigan International Speedway. (Will Schneekloth/Getty Images)
Jimmie Johnson captures the checkered flag at Pocono Raceway. (Patrick Smith/Getty Images)
Tony Stewart celebrates after getting the win at Dover International Speedway. (Sean Gardner/NASCAR via Getty Images)
Kevin Harvick crosses the finish line for the win at Charlotte. (Photo by Chris Trotman/NASCAR via Getty Images)
Jimmie Johnson celebrates after winning the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series All-Star Race. (Geoff Burke/NASCAR via Getty Images)
Matt Kenseth performs a burnout in celebration of winning at Darlington. (Geoff Burke/Getty Images)
David Ragan celebrates in Victory Lane at Talladega Superspeedway. (Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
Kevin Harvick celebrates in Victory Lane after winning at Richmond International Raceway. (Jerry Markland/Getty Images)
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