On Thursday, October 9th, 2014, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio’s The Morning Drive sidled up to the counter at Waffle House in Concord, NC, to take in some waffles, bacon, and good conversation.
Chris Heroy, meet “Jason.” Heroy, Kyle Larson’s crew chief, was on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio earlier this week when he received a peculiar question from a caller. Hey Chris. My name’s Jason, and I was wondering: A lot of great race … Continued
NASCAR driver Joey Logano took over the @SiriusXMNASCAR Twitter account on Monday, as fans used the #AskLogano hashtag to find out more about Joey. Actor Kal Penn couldn’t resist jumping in.
To honor those who are serving, have served and those who made the ultimate sacrifice, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio’s The Morning Drive asked you to tweet a message using the hashtag #TMDTroops to a military member past or present that is special to … Continued
Kurt Busch’s attempt of the “double” this weekend has garnered national attention. The driver of the #41 Chevrolet for Stewart-Haas Racing will try to win both the Indianapolis 500 and the Coca-Cola 600 on the same day, leading to crossover … Continued
We are 11 races into the 2014 campaign. The next time teams pack their trailers and send cars to a race track other than Charlotte Motor Speedway, a third of this season will be in the books. That is 33.3 … Continued
The Morning Drive on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio decided to have a little selfie fun and the TMD fan base responded!
The 56th running of the Daytona 500 was only 38 laps old when Mother Nature took center stage Sunday, hitting the breaks on the festivities with torrential rains. More than six hours later, the green flag waived once again, and the … Continued
Starting Friday and continuing throughout the weekend, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio will offer live coverage of the 2014 Daytona 500. Follow a curated NASCAR Twitter stream Friday and Saturday, then Sunday, join SiriusXM NASCAR Radio’s hosts for a live chat. To … Continued
The No. 3 car is back – and it’s back in a big way. Dormant since the death of Dale Earnhardt at the 2001 Daytona 500, it was big news when Richard Childress allowed the historic number back on the … Continued