FOX NASCAR’s Larry Mac takes on virtual challenge heading into FOX coverage of the Daytona 500

‘The only limit is the team’s imagination’

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Former NASCAR crew chief Larry McReynolds has been a mainstay on the FOX NASCAR broadcast team since the network’s first race, the 2001 Daytona 500, but never has he had an offseason quite like this one. As the official translator between automotive engineers, race teams and crewmembers and the FOX Sports graphic artists in Charlotte…

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21CF news recap for the week ending June 1, 2018

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‘Deadpool 2’ hits box office milestone, James Murdoch at Code Conference, Hotstar leads in India This week’s recap of news about 21st Century Fox and its businesses includes 21CF and Disney setting a special meeting of stockholders in July, “Deadpool 2” passing $500 million at the box office, 21CF CEO James Murdoch at the 2018…

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21CF Chats: FOX Sports host, pit reporter Jamie Little on Daytona 500, Danica Patrick, covering 3 racing series’ season openers

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Versatile FOX NASCAR pit reporter Jamie Little shifts into overdrive this weekend at Daytona International Speedway for the 60th running of the Daytona 500, live on FOX on Sunday, Feb. 18 (2:30 p.m. ET) – already her third motor sports season opener of the 2018 racing season. Jamie, covering her fourth “Great American Race” for…

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FOX NASCAR analyst Larry McReynolds and race announcer Mike Joy recount ‘One Hot Night’ 25 years ago at the NASCAR All-Star Race

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It wasn’t the race that put NASCAR on the map, but the 1992 Monster Energy All-Star Race (then-The Winston) was the one that truly put it under the lights and in the history books. With pressure mounting on Charlotte Motor Speedway President Humpy Wheeler to maintain the non-points race’s relevance, the innovative promoter pulled off…

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21CF Chats: Carlos Sanchez, EVP and GM of FOX Deportes, on the first U.S. Spanish-language sports network’s 20th anniversary

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On Friday, Nov. 1, 1996, FOX Deportes launched in the U.S., becoming the country’s first Spanish-language sports network. Today, FOX Deportes celebrates its 20th anniversary and endeavors to serve an ever-evolving audience with a changing appetite for sports. To learn about what the milestone means to the network and what the future may hold, I…

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