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    NASCAR.COM, ESPN to Offer Facebook Stream

    NASCAR.COM, ESPN to Offer Facebook Stream - 2011-11-18 20:16:22 | Broadcasting & Cable

    From the article:

    "NASCAR.COM and ESPN will stream Tony Stewart's live in-car camera to Facebook for NASCAR's season finale -- the Ford 400 race on Sunday, Nov. 20 that airs on ESPN." ...

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    Nice for Facebook folks. However, NASCAR has been doing in-car and race coverage stuff online for all but 1 of the chase races. nascar.com/racebuddy takes you there. They usually have 6 different in-cars, including Tony and Carl Edwards. No audio though (they did do audio one week as a teaser I believe for their paid service that they do all year). It's really neat to watch off the website, even if the TV is on. They have 8 different angles to choose from.

 

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