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.
Brad Daugherty, the co-owner of JTG Daugherty Racing, is a former All-American basketball player at The University of North Carolina and a five-time NBA All-Star that wore the #43 out of respect for his racing hero, Richard Petty. The seven-foot former center has worked for ABC and ESPN as an analyst and can currently be heard co-hosting “The Late Shift” with Brad Gillie on Monday nights.
A nearly 20-year veteran with 10 combined series wins in NASCAR, away from the track Gaughan can be found working in his family's casino or setting his Fantasy sports rosters. Combining his passions for motorsports and gaming, Gaughan co-hosts Fantasy Racing Preview with Pete Pistone each Cup Series race day and Gone Racin' with Jeff Motley every Thursday.
After 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 en route to fulltime employment with PRN as a Pit Reporter. For SiriusXM, Gillie hosts "Late Shift," "Press Pass," and "The SiriusXM NASCAR Radio Pre/Post-Race Shows."
Jeff Hammond began working in NASCAR at the age of 17 as a tire changer, a jack man and a crew chief for such luminaries as Cale Yarborough, Terry Labonte and Darrell Waltrip. Together, Hammond and Waltrip visited Victory Lane 43 times, including the 1989 “Daytona 500”, and collected two of Waltrip’s three Cup Series championships. For nearly 20 years, Hammond has also worked in radio and television, and can now be heard on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio’s “Late Shift” each Tuesday.
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 "The Godfather" Moody has announced at nearly 100 speedways in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. A multi-time NMPA and Associated Press award winner in both print and radio, Dave debuted on the Motor Racing Network in 1988 and serves as lead turn announcer for the network's broadcasts of NASCAR national series racing.
Danny "Chocolate" Myers was the fuel 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 has served as a color commentator for ESPN, and appeared in the "Smokey and the Bandit" film series. Chocolate co-hosts "Tradin' Paint" weekdays alongside John Roberts.
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.”
Pat Patterson has been involved with motor sports for more than a quarter of a century. "The Racing Guy" has done everything from driving to public address announcing at a small track in Colorado, to hosting and producing major television shows, such as RaceDay and On Pit Road. Since 2007, he has hosted "The Front Stretch" on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio on Saturday and Sunday mornings.
Pete Pistone co-hosts The Morning Drive weekdays with Mike Bagley and Fantasy Racing Preview with Brendan Gaughan on Cup Series race day. A frequent contributor to SiriusXM's conference channels, the nephew of NASCAR Legend "Tiger" Tom Pistone is also Senior Editor for MRN.com and a motorsports reporter for Chicago's WGN Radio.
John Roberts has been covering NASCAR as a broadcaster for nearly 20 years, with experience ranging from TV studio anchoring to at-track reporting. A native of Washington, D.C., Roberts co-authored The Great Book of NASCAR Lists in 2012. He now resides in North Carolina with his wife, Traci, and co-hosts SiriusXM’s “Tradin’ Paint” weekdays alongside Chocolate Myers.
Angie 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. She also co-hosts "Skinner Round-Up" with husband Mike throughout the year.
The 1995 Truck Series Champion was also the 1997 Cup Series Rookie of the Year - the same year he sat on the pole for the "Daytona 500"! Mike Skinner collected 29 wins in NASCAR's Top 3 divisions on his way to #3 on the Truck Series all-time winner list. He now co-hosts "Skinner Round-Up" with wife Angie throughout the year on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.
In nearly 15 years, Danielle Trotta has covered NASCAR, NFL, NBA, collegiate athletics, Supercross, and MotoGP for some of the biggest broadcasting companies in sports. Her work has taken her from the studio to the sidelines, and now she can be heard daily on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio hosting her own NASCAR talk shows. Trotta is married to Robby Benton - former NASCAR and IMSA team owner and manager - and splits her time between Charlotte and Boston.
Larry McReynolds served as a NASCAR Cup Series crew chief from 1985-2000, amassing 23 Cup wins, 21 poles, 122 top-five and 209 top-ten finishes. From 1991 through mid-1993, McReynolds teamed up with Hall of Famer, Davey Allison to win 11 races and three pole positions, including the 1992 Daytona 500, establishing himself as one of the sport’s elite crew chiefs. During the 1998 season, McReynolds called the shots as seven-time champion Dale Earnhardt captured his only Daytona 500 victory. McReynolds is key figure for NASCAR on FOX and can currently be heard co-hosting “SiriusXM’s On-Track” with Danielle Trotta weekdays from 11am-1pm ET.