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(ARCA Racing)   For those lucky to have MAV TV, you're going to see stock cars take to the Daytona Road Course for the first time ever with bad brakes and no practice. Coverage of the General Tire 100 starts at 5 PM Eastern   (arcaracing.com) divider line
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2020-08-14 9:03:45 PM  
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poconojoe: so since I don't get MAVTV, I'm reduced to watching a YouTube livestream of a shaky cell phone pointed at a TV and being hosted by someone who can best be described as "special".

/my motorsports addiction is sometimes a problem...


Maybe searching the Googles for some motorsports creeks on reddit will help.
 
2020-08-14 5:41:19 PM  
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Also on TrackPass on NBC Sports Gold. If you don't already get it, it will be worth the $2.99 a month just for this race.
 
2020-08-14 5:34:17 PM  
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Oddly enough, apparently I have MAV TV, on Direct TV channel 214.

For a few days at least before I let it die, because Direct TV killing their SD transmissions (not that I blame them) and insist on their people coming into my home and doing any upgrade.  (no thanks.  I installed the last one fine)

/Plus I'm sick of fighting the yearly AT&T price ratchet.  Snip snip goes the cord.
//never heard of MAV before this headline
 
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