Eligible drivers for the Sprint Unlimited are those with a Sprint Cup pole in 2012 and past Sprint Unlimited winners. Keselowski has neither. So instead of sitting at home Saturday night, Brad Keselowski will watch the race from the famous Hollywood Hotel with FOX’s Chris Myers and Michael Waltrip.
Brad Keselowski will add in-depth race analysis periodically through out the night. Keselowski is know for his honesty and unique insight into the sport. People will get to hear more of Keselowski’s thoughts and insight during live race action Saturday night, a first for fans.
Joey Logano, Brad Keselowski’s new teammate in 2013, will race in the Sprint Unlimited after taking two poles last season.
Jeff Hammond will give fans unique looks during Saturday night, reporting from different locations within Daytona International Speedway. Locations include the spotter’s stand, pit road, the garage and more.
Larry McReynolds, Darrell Waltrip and Mike Joy will call the race from the booth once the green flag drops. Krista Voda, Matt Yocum and Steve Byrnes will serve as pit reporters and provide updates on team adjustments and pit stops through out the night.
The Sprint Unlimited starts at 8pm ET on FOX.