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Highlights of classic NASCAR races from years past.

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aired 25 days ago
From Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, North Carolina.
aired 34 days ago
The 30th running of the event. From Feb. 14, 1988 at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Fla.
aired 39 days ago
Relive Dale Earnhardt's first and only victory in the Daytona 500 as NASCAR celebrated its 50th anniversary season. From Feb. 15, 1998.
aired 298 days ago
Condensed version of the 1997 Daytona 500 with facts and trivia about the race and pop culture of the time.
aired 298 days ago
Condensed version of the 1993 Daytona 500 with facts and trivia about the race and pop culture of the time.
aired 459 days ago
Condensed version of the 1987 Winston 500 with facts and trivia about the race and pop culture of the time.

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A lighthearted, weekday hour of NASCAR news and features gets fans ready for the weekend's track action. "The Hub" takes advantage of its Charlotte, N.C., home base -- the heart of NASCAR country -- to offer viewers unique access to drivers and race teams. Episodes feature the sport's top stars stopping by for interviews and announcements, while a contingent of reporters relay inside stories and up-to-the-minute reports from race shops.
When the weekend racing action hits the checkered flag, "NASCAR America" feeds the appetite of fans for up-to-the-minute coverage with a weekday news, analysis and all-access series. Host Carolyn Manno is joined by a revolving roster of guest analysts -- including former drivers and crew chiefs as well as NASCAR executives -- to deliver a mix of highlights, thought-provoking debates, and interviews with a variety of newsmakers in the world of motorsports. The series also features social media elements and simulator segments.
Weekends are a big time for NASCAR and its fans, with most races happening then, which is why NBCSN airs "NASCAR America Sunday" on the second half of the weekend. It continues feeding the appetite of fans for up-to-the-minute coverage after the workweek ends. The show features a host joined by a revolving roster of guest analysts -- including former and current drivers and crew chiefs as well as NASCAR executives -- who deliver a mix of highlights, fresh perspectives and insights. Breaking news and feature coverage on drivers and race teams are also part of the festivities.