NASCAR Victory Lane

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NASCAR Victory Lane
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Format Automobile racing
Starring John Roberts
Kyle Petty
Kenny Wallace
Wendy Venturini
Bob Dillner
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 13
Production
Running time 60 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel Fox Sports Net (2001)
Speed (2002–2012)
Fox Sports/Speed (2013)
Fox Sports 1 (2013-)
Original run February 18, 2001 (2001-02-18) – present
Chronology
Related shows NASCAR RaceDay
NASCAR Race Hub
NASCAR Trackside
External links
Official Website

NASCAR Victory Lane is a post-race show for NASCAR Sprint Cup Series events. The program is broadcast on Fox Sports 1 and is hosted by John Roberts. It also stars Kyle Petty, Kenny Wallace, Wendy Venturini and Bob Dillner,[1] and analyzes the day's event with highlights, post-race interviews and interaction with the winning driver and crew chief.

History[edit]

The Victory Lane set following a race at Auto Club Speedway in 2010

NASCAR Victory Lane debuted in 2001 with hosts John Roberts and Derrike Cope. In 2010, Kyle Petty replaced Jimmy Spencer, who was reassigned to other NASCAR programming. Jeff Hammond replaced Petty for the four of the six TNT races, with Jimmy Spencer doing the other two. Rick Allen, the play-by-play announcer for Speed's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races, replaced Roberts in 2012 while he is reassigned to the NASCAR on FOX studio as a result of Chris Myers' bereavement leave. The show moved to Fox Sports 1 on the August 18, 2013 edition, after the channel replaced Speed.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "NASCAR Victory Lane Personalities". Speed. Fox Sports. Retrieved 2013-04-21. 

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