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Sirius XM NASCAR Radio

Sirius XM NASCAR Radio
Broadcast area United States
Slogan 24/7 Nascar Talk
Frequency Sirius XM Radio 90
First air date January 1, 2007
Format sports radio
Owner Sirius XM Radio
Website Sirius XM NASCAR Radio

Sirius XM NASCAR Radio is a channel on Sirius XM Radio dedicated to NASCAR. The station launched on 2007-01-01 and broadcasts every Sprint Cup, Xfinity, and Camping World Truck Series race live. It is an affiliate of both the Motor Racing Network (MRN) and the Performance Racing Network (PRN), as well as the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Radio Network (IMS) for coverage of the Brickyard 400. It carries live races, full race replays, as well as behind-the-scenes and daily talk shows. Following the Sirius / XM merger, Sirius NASCAR Radio was made available to XM on 2008-09-30 as part of its "Best of Sirius" package and broadcasts on channel 90.


As part of the agreement NASCAR will pay rights fees totaling $107.5 million over the term of the agreement.[1]

Mel Karmazin says "We’re thrilled that NASCAR has chosen to move to SIRIUS." [2]


Dialed In host Claire B. Lang interviews Kyle Busch after he won the 2015 Toyota/Save Mart 350
Title Time Days
The Morning Drive 7 am - 11 am Mon-Fri
Tradin' Paint 11 am - 3 pm Mon-Fri
SIRIUS Speedway 3 pm - 7 pm Mon-Fri
Dialed In 7 pm - 10 pm Wed. - Sat.
Late Shift 7 pm - 10 pm Mon. & Tues.
The Front Stretch 7 am - 11 am Weekends
The Back Stretch End of race - midnight Sundays
Press Pass 11 am - 2 pm Saturdays
Manifold Destiny 10 pm - midnight Monday


  1. ^ SIRIUS Satellite Radio Grabs NASCAR Broadcast Rights From XM
  2. ^

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