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TNT's 2014 NASCAR Summer Series Coverage Concludes with the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series from New Hampshire
Posted by: newsla on Jul 10, 2014 - 04:38 PM
TNT's 2014 NASCAR Summer Series Coverage Concludes with the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series from New Hampshire

Turner Sports concludes its exclusive coverage of the 2014 NASCAR Summer Series with the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series from New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Sunday, July 13, at 1 p.m. ET. TNT’s NASCAR Summer Series coverage will begin with the pre-race Countdown to Green served by Sonic at noon ET.


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Adam Alexander will call the race and host the studio show alongside analysts Kyle Petty, Wally Dallenbach and Larry McReynolds. In addition, veteran reporters Ralph Sheheen, Marty Snider, Matt Yocum and Chris Neville will patrol pit road.

Leading up to the start of the race, TNT’s Countdown to Green served by Sonic will feature McReynolds interviewing fellow crew chief Trent Owens, who helped guide Aric Almirola’s No. 43 Ford to a win at Daytona International Speedway last weekend. Additionally, Snider will catch up with last year’s New Hampshire winner, Brian Vickers. Additionally, the Toyota Camry Test Car — a new addition to this year’s race coverage — will continue to bring fans closer to the action with pre- and in-race segments.

TNT continues to celebrate Turner Sports’ top moments from 32 years of NASCAR coverage with a special thematic feature during Countdown to Green served by Sonic.

What to Look For: Chris Neville

For this week’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series coverage from New Hampshire, TNT’s NASCAR reporter Chris Neville offers his opinion on "What to Look For…" during the race:

- "Brian Vickers has a great record at that track. He seems to always finish at the front. He got the win last year under very unusual circumstances after being out of a race car for quite a while, going through a lot of things in his personal life and coming back into a part-time season where he is sharing a car with multiple drivers. He had to get to know a new crew chief, and was capable of going out and winning a race. I think it was something that was surprising for all of us, but just had to be an incredible win in his life."

- "The way I look at this weekend is you have a group of drivers who have wins this year and a group of drivers who desperately need wins to get into the Chase. I think Jamie McMurray really needs a win this weekend. He has been performing well this year, but seems to be going through peaks and valleys with his performance the last couple weekends. He’s had a car that has been very fast but has gotten caught up in two incidents, so the overall result hasn’t been good. I think McMurray can grab a win before we get into the Chase, and I think this weekend could be a good weekend for him to do it."

- "When you look at drivers who have already secured a position in the Chase, I try to look at how they are performing at tracks that might have corners similar to New Hampshire. I think Jeff Gordon’s team has been performing really well. They were incredibly strong at Sonoma and Jeff has a good record at New Hampshire. I think as a driver who has already secured a spot in the Chase, he can take some risks...go out and try and get another win. I wouldn’t be surprised to see the No. 24 right up at the front this weekend."

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