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How can you find radio stations that cover NASCAR races?

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To find radio stations that cover NASCAR races, use the Find a Radio Station tool on the official Motor Racing Network website. As the primary source for NASCAR radio programming, the website search tool allows users to find affiliates by program and by state. To find a local NASCAR radio station, choose a program option from the drop-down menu, from choices such as NASCAR Sprint Cup and NASCAR Xfinity Series, select a state, and then press the search button.

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In addition to the Find A Radio Station tool, the MRN website offers a Plan A Trip tool that maps specific routes with full coverage of NASCAR racing by affiliate radio stations. To use the tool, simply enter a start point, end point and select a NASCAR radio show from the drop-down menu. Click the Find An Affiliate button to map your route. To select a start point or end point from a drop-down menu, click the Use a Track link below the search field.

MRN is the source for coverage of events such as the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and TUDOR United SportsCar Championship Series. MRN delivers radio content to nationwide radio stations. A free MRN app is also available for iPhone and Android.

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