Motor Racing Network Announces Live Streaming

Friday, February 24, 2012 - by Kent Whitaker via MRN

Race fans, start your streaming! Now you can listen to live streaming of NASCAR race coverage of all three series courtesy of MRN – Motor Racing Network – “The Voice of NASCAR”. The streaming started with Saturday night’s Budweiser Shootout at Daytona International Speedway and will continue with the entire season of racing. Streaming will include Sprint Cup, Nationwide, Camping World Series races as well as network shows.

Now race fans will be able to hear MRN race broadcasts online as well as over the airwaves by visiting

motorracingnetwork.com">www.motorracingnetwork.com.  MRN has 350 affiliate radio stations across the country. MRN’s 2012 broadcast schedule features 86 live events from thirty three venues, including full coverage from Speedweeks in Daytona that will culminate with the 54th running of the Daytona 500 on Sunday. 

In addition to all races streaming live on MotorRacingNetwork.com, listeners in MRN markets will be able to access the broadcasts on the websites of individual stations which choose to stream the events. Motor Racing Network’s daily and weekly programming is also part of the agreement.  NASCAR Live on Tuesday nights recently launched its 29th year. 

NASCAR Today – hosted by Woody Cain and Kyle Rickey – is fed to affiliates three times daily featuring breaking news and updates from the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, NASCAR Nationwide Series and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.

“This has been a long time in the making and the patience our fans have shown has paid off,” said MRN President and Executive Producer David Hyatt.  “As we start our 43rd year as ‘The Voice of NASCAR,’ Motor Racing Network is excited about the opportunity to reach our fans in the digital media space.  This is a dynamic new platform for the network and our affiliate radio stations across the country to serve NASCAR’s growing fan base online.”



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