SHOW #251 – Guests: Kyle Petty, THE Jeff Burton – We recap Kansas, discuss the massive Matt Kenseth penalties, Denny Hamlin’s status report, Kurt Busch with V8 Supercars, plus a full Richmond preview. Hosted by Kerry Murphey and Toby Christie.

(47:54 mins)

CREDITS: 
Hosts: Kerry Murphey & Toby Christie
Executive Producer: Kerry Murphey
Music: Russell Nash Radium Sound
Voice Over: Thomas Moog

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kyle_petty_ride_thumbSHOW #247 – 
Guests: Kyle Petty, Kyle Larson – We breakdown the Auto Club Speedway weekend, did anything big happen? Denny Vs. Joey, Joey Vs. Smoke, and more. Hosted by Kerry Murphey and Toby Christie

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(47:52 mins)

CREDITS: 
Hosts: Kerry Murphey & Toby Christie
Executive Producer: Kerry Murphey
Music: Russell Nash Radium Sound
Voice Over: Thomas Moog

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Kangaroo Express and Coca-Cola Partner for Kids at Kyle Petty’s Victory Junction

Month-long fundraiser across three states; more than 700 stores to sponsor camper

CARY, N.C., March 1, 2012 – The Pantry, Inc. (Nasdaq:PTRY), the leading independently operated convenience store chain in the southeastern United States, is partnering with Coca-Cola for a fourth consecutive year to send children to Victory Junction, a year-round camping environment for children ages six to 16 with chronic medical conditions or serious illnesses. The five-week fundraiser launches March 1 in more than 700 Kangaroo Express convenience stores in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia.

UPDATE APPEARANCE LOCATIONS: Kyle Petty: Tuesday, March 20; 10 a.m. – noon at the Kangaroo Express at 395 Charlottetown Ave. in Charlotte, NC.

Richard Petty: Tuesday, March 27; 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. at the Kangaroo Express at 1115 Randolph Street in Thomasville, NC.

Victory Junction was founded in 2004 by Kyle and Pattie Petty in honor of their late son Adam.  The camp relies solely on donations from individuals and corporations like Kangaroo Express to give children a once in a lifetime camping experience. It costs $2,500 to send one child to camp for a week at no cost to his or her family.

“Victory Junction has captured the hearts of Kangaroo Express customers and employees and we are thrilled to be able to continue our support again this year,” said John Fisher, senior vice president of marketing, merchandising and restaurant operations, Kangaroo Express. “Last year we raised $634,000, enough to send more than 250 children to Victory Junction. We are anxious to see how many more children we can help support this year.”

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SHOW #174 – Kyle Petty joins us on this weeks show, as always he offers up some great insight. We also recap Richmond, rundown the Top 12 drivers, and preview the first Chase Race at Chicagoland. Hosted by Kerry Murphey and Paul Northrop
(About 46 mins)

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CHRIS MYERS OF SHOWTIME’S INSIDE NASCAR

Emmy Award-winner, Chris Myers, a 27-year broadcasting veteran with a diverse resume that ranges from NASCAR to the NFL, college football and MLB.  Myers is a co-host of Inside NASCAR on SHOWTIME that airs Wednesday’s at 9 p.m. ET/PT. Myers serves as host of Inside NASCAR alongside Michael Waltrip, Brad Daugherty and Kyle Petty.

A four-sport star, Myers also contributes to FOX’s NFL, BCS and MLB coverage, serving as reporter and occasional play-by-play announcer during regular and postseason contests.

In 1998, Myers began serving as an anchor for Fox Sports News on FSN. Prior to that, Myers worked for ESPN. During his 11 years at the network, Myers hosted Up Close and was a reporter and anchor for SportsCenter. He was awarded an Emmy in the Sports Features category in 1990 as an anchor/reporter.

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Myers attended Florida International University and Miami Dade Community College where he majored in radio and television. He started his own talk radio show at the age of 16 at WKAT-Radio in Miami, interviewing sports legends such as Muhammad Ali and Don Shula during his teenage years.