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Official NASCAR 2012 Schedule

February 25, 2012 by staff 

Official NASCAR 2012 Schedule, The 2012 NASCAR Nationwide season opener – Drive4COPD 300 – will be blasting off around noon today at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida. At least that’s when the TV coverage begins.

Your first stop on the satellite will be the NASCAR Countdown show on ESPN (Dish – 140). Expect heavy coverage of the former IndyCar driver Danica Patrick who is the only thing hotter than a red Solo Cup at the Speedway this week. She’ll also be starting on the Pole – making her the second woman to win a NASCAR Pole. Read that as even more Danica coverage.

If you’d rather skip the pre-race drama, and are just looking for the core of the racing, leave the TV turned to ESPN since the race broadcast will start at 1:15PM ET and coverage is scheduled to go through 4PM.

The official green flag to start the race will fly at 1:34 PM.

As for the rest of your options, you can check out web streaming, live-timing, and radio.

For LIVE timing and scoring nascar.com will be your home. For those of you with Sprint phones, follow the race on your NASCAR app like 3 million other people have done.

On the radio, Motor Racing Network – which has exclusive radio coverage and live internet streaming for all sprint cup events in 2012 – check out at MotorRacingNetwork.com. Barney Hall and Joe Moore will handle the coverage on the radio and on the Internet which starts today at 12:45 pm ET.

For the international audience, you can flip over to MotorsTV, the channel will be showing the opening round of the 2012 NASCAR Nationwide Series LIVE at 5pm (GMT).

As always, try twitter with the tag #nascar.

The weather today is looking a bit cool for the fans in the stands – low 60s – but rain won’t be a concern at all!

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