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The Performance Racing Network (PRN) is a radio network controlled by Speedway Motorsports. Since 1981, PRN has aired all NASCAR-sanctioned Sprint Cup and Xfinity Series events held at Speedway Motorsports-controlled tracks which include Atlanta, Bristol, Charlotte, Kentucky, Las Vegas, New Hampshire, Sonoma and Texas, along with the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, where they co-produce and syndicate (in non-conflicting markets with the IndyCar Radio Network) for the Brickyard 400, where their staffers work both races. This is in contrast to other NASCAR events (operated by ISC, Dover Motorsports and the Mattioli family), which are broadcast by ISC-controlled Motor Racing Network. PRN and MRN on most occasions share the same radio affiliates (IMS also, although PRN jointly produces the IMS ra

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  • The Performance Racing Network (PRN) is a radio network controlled by Speedway Motorsports. Since 1981, PRN has aired all NASCAR-sanctioned Sprint Cup and Xfinity Series events held at Speedway Motorsports-controlled tracks which include Atlanta, Bristol, Charlotte, Kentucky, Las Vegas, New Hampshire, Sonoma and Texas, along with the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, where they co-produce and syndicate (in non-conflicting markets with the IndyCar Radio Network) for the Brickyard 400, where their staffers work both races. This is in contrast to other NASCAR events (operated by ISC, Dover Motorsports and the Mattioli family), which are broadcast by ISC-controlled Motor Racing Network. PRN and MRN on most occasions share the same radio affiliates (IMS also, although PRN jointly produces the IMS ra
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  • The Performance Racing Network (PRN) is a radio network controlled by Speedway Motorsports. Since 1981, PRN has aired all NASCAR-sanctioned Sprint Cup and Xfinity Series events held at Speedway Motorsports-controlled tracks which include Atlanta, Bristol, Charlotte, Kentucky, Las Vegas, New Hampshire, Sonoma and Texas, along with the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, where they co-produce and syndicate (in non-conflicting markets with the IndyCar Radio Network) for the Brickyard 400, where their staffers work both races. This is in contrast to other NASCAR events (operated by ISC, Dover Motorsports and the Mattioli family), which are broadcast by ISC-controlled Motor Racing Network. PRN and MRN on most occasions share the same radio affiliates (IMS also, although PRN jointly produces the IMS race) in order to broadcast a complete NASCAR schedule. All PRN shows with the exception of the pre and post race shows originate from Performance Racing Network's studios at Charlotte Motor Speedway. All PRN race broadcasts are available via the NASCAR Radio channel on SiriusXM via both Sirius Satellite radio and XM Radio's "Best of Sirius" package. Fast Talk is also carried on Sirius XM NASCAR Radio on Wednesdays at 10:00 p.m. Eastern time. Fast Talk, The O'Reilly Pit Reporters and Garage Pass can all be heard online at goprn.com.
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