1994 Brickyard 400

The 1994 Brickyard 400 was carried live on television by ABC Sports. Paul Page, who was the announcer on ABC's Indianapolis 500 broadcasts, served as host, with ABC's regular NASCAR announcer Bob Jenkins handling the play-by-play duties.

His fellow commentator on ESPN NASCAR broadcasts, Benny Parsons, served as color commentator.

The pit reporters included Gary Gerould, Jerry Punch (who had worked with Jenkins and Parsons on ESPN) and Jack Arute. ESPN carried practice and qualifying.

See also:

Jack Arute

Arute worked as a pit reporter on CART, Indy Racing League (IRL), and NASCAR telecasts on ESPN and ABC from 1984 to 1998 and 2000 to 2009. In 1999, he covered the IRL for Fox Sports Net and Speedvision. In some instances, namely in 2004, Arute served as a booth announcer. During the same time period at ESPN and ABC, during the off-season of auto racing, Arute served as a sideline reporter for college football and during at least one NFL playoff game.

The race was carried live on the radio by the IMS Radio Network. Mike Joy was the play-by-play, with Ned Jarrett and Chris Economaki as analysts.

The turn reporters were Jerry Baker, Gary Lee, Larry Henry and Bob Lamey. The pit reporters were Glenn Jarrett, Dave Despain, John Kernan and Chris McClure.

Howdy Bell served as statistician. USAC historian Donald Davidson and author Greg Fielden were guests in the pre-race coverage, offering historical commentary.

During the race itself, Davidson worked as a spotter for Bob Lamey on the radio. Davidson reprised his popular program The Talk of Gasoline Alley on WIBC for the week leading up to the event.

See also:

2001 Indianapolis 500

Several minor changes were made to the crew. Bob Lamey, Ken Double, and Larry Rice all departed. Kevin Lee joined the crew, taking the turn two position, which was now atop the Southeast Vista grandstand (it was previously on the roof of the VIP Suites).

Chris Denari moved from the pits to turn four, where he remains as of 2013. Howdy Bell took the limited assignment of hospital reporter and interviews during the pre-race coverage. The job of on-air "statistician" was eliminated permanently. Newcomers Adam Alexander and Kim Morris served as pit reporters along with Mike Lewis, who had debuted just one year earlier.

The Speedway public address announcing team from the Indy 500 was retained for the Brickyard 400. The chief announcer Tom Carnegie was joined by Jim Philiippe, John Totten and David Calabro.

(Source: Wikipedia)