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Old 03-24-2015, 9:53 PM
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Default 2015 NASCAR Frequencies - Please post all verified frequencies here.

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This thread is a few years old, a search on this site is more current one, http://forums.radioreference.com/spo...equencies.html
Including the wiki with what we have for officials.
Is there an updated list for NASCAR? I have a BCD536 and want to up load the driver frequencies to it before the race in Charlotte.
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Default 2015 NASCAR Frequencies

Rather than letting the 2014 thread become an unwieldy mess like most of the stickied threads on this site, I'm creating a new 2015 thread.

I'll move the 2015 posts from the 2014 thread and then unsticky the old thread.
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Old 03-25-2015, 9:43 AM
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Came across this a few days ago, 2015 Nascar Sprint Cup Frequencies | Jeff Gordon Scannerbytes

Has also the team only frequencies unless they changed the rules, nascar banned the use of the driver-driver team channels.

Also from a link in our nascar wiki http://www.speedwaydigest.com/index....er-frequencies

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I've taken my scanner to Talladega many times. Hint: Don't load up too many drivers frequencies. Pick the one/s you like to listen to and stick with that. There is too much crowd and engine noise and some time the channel freezes and never changes. You can't tell cause you're watching the race.

Also if you give your kids one of the earphones, be careful the drivers language is very colorful!
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Forgot something, you can use a small stubby antenna instead of the regular one.
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I was at RIR this weekend ... that web site (Ronaldski) is very marginally accurate. About 8 drivers were mixed-up on that list and several drivers I never heard at all (many of them top "Chase" caliber drivers). I'd burn that list - and unfortunately, that same list has been copied on multiple web sites.

In retrospect I should have renewed my $25 annual Frequency Fan Club.
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That reminds me…need to commandeer some space on a buddies RV at some point to scan the DMR stuff and get it figured out.
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Well finally 2015 frequencies released by racing electronics for nascar, xfinity and truck series
Jayski's® NASCAR Silly Season Site - Scanner Frequencies / Equipment Links
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That reminds me…need to commandeer some space on a buddies RV at some point to scan the DMR stuff and get it figured out.
I'd love to get a raw audio sample of some of the Nascar stuff from anyone within range of a track. No doubt it'll be encrypted but I'd be curious to see if it's trunked/conventional etc.

I might try to get to MIS in June (it's about 3'ish hours from me) but I'm not sure if I'll be able to or not... Going to Bristol in August though!
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I don't know of any NASCAR frequencies that are encrypted or trunked. You can rent radios at the track loaded with your favorite driver in you don't want to carry one in. It's a big business, most everyone has those yellow noise cancelling earphones. I bring a conventional scanner with several drivers plugged in, and have no problems listening.
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There are a couple of FreeScan and x36 HPE files here:
http://forums.radioreference.com/uni...ing-teams.html
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I don't know of any NASCAR frequencies that are encrypted or trunked. You can rent radios at the track loaded with your favorite driver in you don't want to carry one in. It's a big business, most everyone has those yellow noise cancelling earphones. I bring a conventional scanner with several drivers plugged in, and have no problems listening.
I was referring to the officals, not the driver - crew comms (yes, they are all analog as mandated by Nascar).
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I don't know of any NASCAR frequencies that are encrypted or trunked. You can rent radios at the track loaded with your favorite driver in you don't want to carry one in. It's a big business, most everyone has those yellow noise cancelling earphones. I bring a conventional scanner with several drivers plugged in, and have no problems listening.
What kind of radios do they rent? Those business types with the programmed channels set to listen only?
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Take a look at www.racingradios.com. That'll give you a general idea. They only rent scanners to the fans.
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Before you go to the track, google "Race Scanners". You will find different companies renting them. They are receive only. The radios come preloaded with the track officials, TV/RADIO, and all of the drivers. You select the one/s you want to listen to. If you decide to rent, make sure you reserve one before you go. You can sometimes get a "deal" by reserving. The scanner rental trucks are at every track. They also have the latest frequency list, but charge you for it.

If you bring your own, you can find freqs on most NASCAR and driver websites. Note, you can use a "stubby" antenna, it's easier to carry. If you give your children a headphone, the language can be very colorful.
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Before you go to the track, google "Race Scanners". You will find different companies renting them. They are receive only. The radios come preloaded with the track officials, TV/RADIO, and all of the drivers. You select the one/s you want to listen to. If you decide to rent, make sure you reserve one before you go. You can sometimes get a "deal" by reserving. The scanner rental trucks are at every track. They also have the latest frequency list, but charge you for it.

If you bring your own, you can find freqs on most NASCAR and driver websites. Note, you can use a "stubby" antenna, it's easier to carry. If you give your children a headphone, the language can be very colorful.
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