Motor Racing Network is the primary source for NASCAR stock car racing and related radio programming. Our award-winning play-by-play coverage of the NASCAR Cup Series, NASCAR Xfinity Series and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series is delivered via satellite to nearly 650 radio stations nationwide. This makes Motor Racing Network the largest independent sports radio network in America.

The Motor Racing Network was founded in 1970 by William H.G. “Big Bill” France, the founder of NASCAR and the world famous Daytona International Speedway. Since signing on the air with the 1970 Daytona 500, the Motor Racing Network has thrilled listeners with its unique and innovative broadcast style, earning numerous awards and developing legions of fans for the sport, as well as the broadcast. In its history, the Motor Racing Network has developed a track record as an outstanding advertising vehicle, capitalizing on the loyalty of the growing number of NASCAR fans..

Each week, millions of listeners hear MRN’s vivid descriptions of exciting, fast-paced racing action on radio stations from coast to coast. In-depth analysis and follow-up reporting through our ancillary daily and weekly programming keeps our listeners coming back for more information on their favorite sport.  MRN is also home to original podcasts and video-on-demand programs covering NASCAR and Dirt Sprint Cars and is enjoyed by over 8 million unique yearly users.


Performance Racing Network (PRN), a subsidiary of Speedway Motorsports, LLC, is one of two NASCAR licensed multi-broadcast radio networks which markets, produces and distributes motorsports programming 365 days a year.  PRN broadcasts 12 NASCAR Cup Series races and qualifying sessions, twelve NASCAR Xfinity Series events and co-produces the NASCAR races from the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway. In addition to live race coverage, the network also offers a full lineup of nationally syndicated studio programming including: "Fast Talk presented by Toyota", "O'Reilly Auto Parts Pit Reporters", "Garage Pass", "z-Max Racing Country", and "At the Track". Visit GoPRN.com for more information.



April 21
Talladega Superspeedway
3:30 PM

April 28
Wurth 400
Dover Motor Speedway
3:30 PM

May 5
AdventHealth 400
Kansas Speedway
3:00 PM

May 12
Goodyear 400
Darlington Raceway
3:00 PM

May 19
NASCAR All-Star Open & Race
North Wilkesboro Speedway
8:00 PM

May 26
Coca-Cola 600
Charlotte Motor Speedway
6:00 PM