On Wednesday, Fox Sports announced that crew chief Larry McReynolds will return to the broadcast booth for Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race at Dover. Consider Dale Earnhardt Jr. a big fan of the decision. Earnhardt tweeted his appreciation of the move after it was announced, saying that it was...
(WCYB) — All the hype going into last year's Food City Dirt Race was about Kyle Larson and Chase Elliott. Both had experience racing on dirt. However, neither driver cracked the Top 5. Last year's Top 5 was the following:. Joey Logano. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Denny Hamlin. Daniel Suarez.
ROANOKE, VA(WFXR) — In 2001, FOX Sports’ first as a NASCAR broadcast partner, two-time DAYTONA 500 champion crew chief Larry McReynolds traded his tools for a microphone and joined legendary driver Darrell Waltrip and veteran broadcaster Mike Joy to comprise the FOX NASCAR broadcast team, forming a combination that remained for 15 years. In 2016, McReynolds embarked on a new challenge as a third, in-race analyst for FOX’s coverage of the NASCAR CUP SERIES, stepping outside the booth to support the FOX NASCAR announce booth with his unique, comprehensive perspective on everything from rule infractions analysis to pit strategy during each race.
Will Kunkel talks with former NASCAR crew chief and FOX Racing Analyst Larry McReynolds about the new NASCAR Nex Gen car.