A nightly report brings viewers closer to the inner workings of NASCAR than ever before. Catch the 1-hour program from 5-6 p.m. ET Monday-Thursday, and tune in for the new weekend edition of NASCAR Race Hub on Fridays and Saturdays. Co-hosted by Danielle Trotta, Adam Alexander and John Roberts, NASCAR Race Hub, FOX Sports 1's daily NASCAR news and information program, brings viewers closer to the inner workings of NASCAR than ever before. Located in the heart of NASCAR country, "The Hub" takes advantage of its central location to offer viewers unique access to drivers and race teams. On a daily basis, drivers stop by for interviews and announcements, while a contingent of reporters relay inside stories and up-to-the-minute reports from race shops.
Type: Talk Show
Runtime: 60 minutes
NASCAR Race Hub - Jeff Hammond (NASCAR) - Netflix
Jeffrey “Jeff” Hammond (born September 9, 1956) is an American NASCAR personality. Currently, he is a commentator for NASCAR's coverage on Fox Sports, as well as a partial owner of Red Horse Racing, a Camping World Truck Series racing team based in Mooresville, North Carolina that is co-owned by him and business executive Tom DeLoach. He is also referred to as Hollywood Hammond by his Fox colleague Darrell Waltrip. He is an alumnus of East Carolina University.
NASCAR Race Hub - Broadcasting career - Netflix
In 2001, Hammond and Waltrip were reunited, this time as broadcasters for Fox Sports' coverage of NASCAR. Hammond works for Fox Sports 1 as an analyst for NASCAR Race Hub. Hammond served as an analyst for Fox NASCAR Sunday, the network's prerace show, alongside Chris Myers and Darrell Waltrip from 2001 to 2011. In 2012, he covered stories on pit road as they developed throughout the race for FOX NASCAR, becoming the first former crew chief to serve in that capacity for network television's NASCAR coverage. In addition, Hammond offered his expertise for years as an analyst for FOX Sports 1's NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and NASCAR Xfinity Series practice and qualifying coverage. He also co-hosted the Budweiser duel at Daytona and the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race several times for FOX Sports 1. When Fox unveiled a new mobile studio for NASCAR pre-race broadcasts, Darrell Waltrip remarked “There's Hollywood Hammond inside the Hollywood Hotel,” and the nickname stuck with the broadcast studio where he and Chris Myers broadcast the pre-race shows until 2012 when he was replaced by Michael Waltrip. In 2005, he became an owner of Red Horse Racing's Craftsman Truck program, where they have won fifteen races. Hammond has also broadcast wrestling events for TNA Wrestling, where during the organization's it was broadcast on Fox Sports Net. Hammond hosted an interview segment known as the “Six Points of Impact!” He has also wrestled in TNA.
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