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NASCAR: Fox Had It Covered Until a Race Got In The Way

CHARLOTTE, NC - MARCH 22:  Darrell Waltrip (L) sits with Winston Kelly (R) and his Championship-winning No. 11 Mountain Dew Buick during the kick off of the final 50 days before the opening of the NASCAR Hall of Fame at the NASCAR Hall of Fame on March 22, 2010 in Charlotte, North Carolina.  (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
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al asifyouknowSenior Analyst IApril 13, 2010

A million commercials after Saturdays night race at Phoenix!

That was the great coverage FOX sports gave their race fans.

Thank you!

I was waiting to see what the crew chiefs had to say , I was waiting to see what Kyle Busch had to say, heck I would have been okay with just an interview with the old digger or dugger or what ever his name.

Just give me something please.

In NASCAR the post race programs are as popular as the race itself, that’s why we all hurry to the Speed channel on Sunday.

Of course we all know Saturday night races do not have the Speed channel post race programs.

Fox and NASCAR should work it out so the good loyal NASCAR fans can get their post race interviews no matter how little time is left.

Agree?

Maybe FOX will get the hint.

Give us the post race interviews.

Now!

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