ESPN2ís NASCAR Now Expanding to One Hour on Mondays
NASCAR Now, ESPNís first daily news and information show totally dedicated to NASCAR, is expanding its Monday evening edition to one hour, beginning April 16. The expanded format will provide more time for recaps and analysis of the weekendís NASCAR races. The Monday program will air from 6-7 p.m. ET on ESPN2.
NASCAR Now will air on ESPN2 for 30 minutes at its regular 6:30 p.m. ET timeslot Tuesday through Thursday next week, with no Friday edition due to the live NASCAR Busch Series race at Phoenix International Raceway that evening on ESPN2. In addition, the weekend edition will air at 10 a.m. Saturday, rather than its usual day of Sunday, due to the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series running that night at Phoenix. Reports from Phoenix will be included in Saturdayís program. Sunday nightís edition of the program will air at midnight.
NASCAR Now is hosted by Erik Kuselias, Doug Banks and Ryan Burr and originates from ESPNís High Definition studios in Bristol, Conn., with contributions from reporters Mike Massaro and Shannon Spake. Analysts Tim Brewer, Brad Daugherty, Stacy Compton and Boris Said, along with NASCAR insiders Terry Blount, Angelique Chengelis, Tim Cowlishaw, David Newton and Marty Smith, as well as D.J. Copp, a member of the Dale Earnhardt, Jr., NASCAR team also contribute.
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