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NASCAR Frequencies - Verified

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Since we DO NOT have a separate group for racing frequencies, I'll have to post these here.

NOTE: ALL FREQUENCIES LISTED ARE IN ANALOG!

All of the frequencies listed I did verify using my Pro-96 at the Atlanta Motor Speedway (moderators - please don't close/move this to Georgia because these frequencies are used nationwide) on March 7th during the (all 3) practice, (cup & truck) time trials and (truck) race. If there are any updates to the Cup series, I will post them here either Sunday or Monday (I'll be at the race on Sunday). If there is a driver information missing, that is because I was not able to capture their frequency (even with the Pro-96 and using an 800 MHz antenna, there is still a LOT of intermod!).

CT = CTCSS, DT = Digital Tone.

Note on NASCAR channels - Ch 1 is used to coordinate tower to pit officials. Ch 5 is used to coordinate tower to all service (EMS, FD, Sweepers, Wreckers, etc) vehicles.

The list may not line up perfectly, I just transferred the data from my Pro-96 into Win96 and then to Excel. Also, if there is more than one listing, the driver/team did use both frequencies.

Craftsman Truck
Driver Freq Tone
4 Compton 461.5625 CT 71.9
5 Skinner 469.4188 DT 271
6 Braun 462.2500 CT 179.9
07 Bliss 466.3125 DT 172
8 McCumbee 461.5250 DT 271
9 Marks 452.9875 DT 703
09 Clanton 460.6625 DT 026
10 Gaughan 464.2750 CT 88.5
11 Starr 460.7750 DT 612
13 Howard 468.6875 DT 311
14 Crawford 465.6625 DT 631
15 Mitchell 461.1125 DT 074
16 Scott 468.4000 CT 97.4
18 Setzer 468.7750 DT 546
23 Benson 461.2375 DT 165
30 Bodine 451.5625 DT 271
33 Hornaday 467.2000 DT 662
40 Chaffin 460.4875 DT 131
46 Speed 466.8000 DT 026
51 Busch 452.8275 CT 250.3
59 Musgrave 453.0375 CT 162.9
88 Crafton 467.2125 DT 226

Nationwide
Driver Freq Tone
00 Leik 468.5125 DT 654
5 Earnhardt 466.3375 CT 67.0
05 Rowe 464.8750 CT 136.5
9 Kahn 461.6250 DT 311
17 Kenseth 469.5125 DT 071
20 Busch 451.8500 DT 364
21 Labonte 469.6375 CT 136.5
22 Bliss 464.7000 DT 165
25 Hamilton 469.5750 DT 311
27 Coleman 467.4125 CT 136.5
28 Keselowksi 461.2750 DT 271
29 Burton 468.2500 DT 031
32 Vickers 463.4125 DT 465
33 Harvick 469.5750 DT 311
36 Wallace 463.3125 CT 136.5
37 Biffle 469.9375 DT 664
38 Leffler 466.9250 DT 065
38 Leffler 463.0125 DT 156
40 Sorenson 456.3250 DT 732
47 Bires 457.6500 DT 134
52 Cope 463.8125 CT 167.9
59 Ambrose 457.1125 CT 218.1
60 Edwards 451.1375 DT 306
66 Wallace 464.1375 CT 156.7
77 Gale 464.3625 DT 664
84 Harmon 459.0125 DT 155
89 Keselowski 456.5500 CT 192.8
99 Reutimann 464.6625 DT 261

DRIVER Freq Tone
00 REUTIMANN 457.5375 DT 532
01 SMITH 463.2875 DT 516
01 SMITH 461.2175 DT 043
07 BOWYER 469.2375 CT 136.5
09 MARLIN 469.2375 DT 631
1 TRUEX 466.6875 DT 226
2 BUSCH 451.8250 DT 306
5 MEARS 468.2125 CT 241.8
6 RAGAN 460.9500 CT 85.4
7 GORDON 469.4500 CT 69.3
8 MARTIN 464.9500 DT 134
9 KHANE 451.8500 DT 754
11 HAMLIN 467.4750 DT 632
12 NEWMAN 457.7875 CT 67.0
15 MENARD 452.0500 DT 654
16 BIFFLE 468.4500 DT 723
17 KENSETH 458.4750 DT 712
18 BUSCH 467.4500 CT 136.5
19 SADLER 456.8500 DT 411
20 STEWART 462.5250 DT 265
22 BLANEY 468.9375 DT 051
24 GORDON 467.0625 CT 225.7
26 McMURRAY 465.9750 CT 233.6
28 KVAPIL 466.9500 DT 351
29 HARVICK 469.0125 DT 131
31 BURTON 468.5750 DT 311
38 GILLILAND 468.5250 DT 606
40 FRANCHETI 461.3750 DT 624
41 SORENSON 466.1500 DT 306
42 MONTOYA 452.7000 DT 261
43 LABONTE 456.5250 DT 431
44 JARRETT 463.2125 DT 346
44 JARRETT 469.1125 DT 712
45 PETTY 461.2250 DT 043
48 JOHNSON 452.2375 CT 127.3
49 SCHRADER 461.4125 DT 371
55 WALTRIP 452.1125 DT 734
66 RIGGS 464.6375 DT 223
70 MAYFIELD 466.5000 DT 047
77 HORNISH 452.6750 CT 136.5
78 NEMECHEK 452.2625 CT 131.8
83 VICKERS 451.6125 DT 452
84 ALMENDIGR 452.0875 DT 455
88 EARNHARDT 462.0625 CT 74.4
96 YELEY 461.1625 CT 97.4
99 EDWARDS 466.2750 DT 043

NASCAR Ch Freq Tone
NASCAR Ch 1 461.2000 DT 432
NASCAR Ch 5 451.2250 DT 346
 

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b7spectra said:
89 Keselowski 456.5500 CT 192.8
The 89 car is Morgan Shepherd, Brad Keselowski is in the 88 and Brian Keselowski is in the 28. I'm guessing that it should be the #88 car of Brad Keselowski that you posted the freq information for but its difficult to know for sure.

As far as the antenna goes, ditch the antenna you are using and slap a stubby on there.
 

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blinddog50 said:
YOU DA' MAN!!
Going to be in Martinsville in a few weeks and Darlington a few after that.
Might catch something to add to the list.

GO GATORS!!!
*hint* spend 5 bucks at the track and get an updated listing of all nascar frequencies :wink:
 

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>As far as the antenna goes, ditch the antenna you are using and slap a stubby on there.<

The 800 MHz antenna I'm using IS a stubby! :)

>*hint* spend 5 bucks at the track and get an updated listing of all nascar frequencies<

Someone who was sitting near me had one of those list, there were several incorrect frequencies on it! Bad for their business!

>GO GATORS!!!<

My tag says it all!
 

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NASCAR Cup updates:

10 Carpentinier (?) 462.7625 DT 465

The AMS race on Sunday was great! Toyota had it's first win and the WX couldn't have been better!
 

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b7spectra said:
>As far as the antenna goes, ditch the antenna you are using and slap a stubby on there.<

The 800 MHz antenna I'm using IS a stubby! :)

>*hint* spend 5 bucks at the track and get an updated listing of all nascar frequencies<

Someone who was sitting near me had one of those list, there were several incorrect frequencies on it! Bad for their business!

>GO GATORS!!!<

My tag says it all!

Aren't they trying to get your tag banned down there?
 

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UPMan said:
Why not update the NASCAR wiki page to include this?
Great idea -- the NASCAR page was been locked for quite a while (see this thread). With the information on there being two years old now, it would be of interest to the scanning community to get the most recent information from b7spectra on there.

Otherwise we can always create a new page, calling it "NASCAR driver frequencies" or something similar and posting the current freqs on there. I made a similar wiki page that included frequencies for the NASCAR tracks, public safety, etc. that are race related but not NASCAR teams or officials. We could merge the track and team frequency pages into one single page if that is more convenient.
 

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I've unlocked the article - I agree, with the data 2 years old, it could stand some updating.

The wiki is also flagging this article as being too long - some browsers don't like viewing articles bigger than 32k. I have no objection if someone wants to make this a multi page article.

73 Mike
 

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NASCAR wiki page has been updated for 2008

ka3jjz said:
I've unlocked the article - I agree, with the data 2 years old, it could stand some updating.
I updated the page with b7spectra's list from above. I see there are some corrections that others have suggested that I just didn't have time to look at tonight. One other question: 5 Skinner 469.4188 DT 271 looks like a typo as far as the freq--any ideas? Feel free to make edits to the NASCAR wiki page or the NASCAR Track Frequencies wiki page. Thanks.

ka3jjz said:
The wiki is also flagging this article as being too long - some browsers don't like viewing articles bigger than 32k.
Mike, how do I check to see if I made the file size smaller or not?
 

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Do you typically need the tones. I just got a scanner for the lowes race and I havne't used one at the race before. I've got all of the freqs plugged in but not many sites list the tones so haven't put those in yet.
 

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now for the $100,000 question.

Are the freqs posted on this site going to be right for the race in charlotte? Do they change freqs much during the year or do they stick with them? What is really the best place to get a good list.

I've found about 4 different sources or freqs on the internet and most seem to jive pretty well, but not many have the pl tones, and none really seem to indicate how often they are updated.

Thanks for all of the help guys.

happy scanning.
 

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I've found that the best thing to do is to program it from the most recent list you can find on the web. Then, when you get to the track, blow $5 on the freq list they sell there and make the modifications needed to your programming (every race will be slightly different depending on who qualifies and sometimes on interference sources).

Modifying the programming should take less than 10 minutes. I can't find where you've mentioned which scanner you have, but having all the alpha put in before you go (for alpha-capable scanners) takes care of 90% of the programming time.
 

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I have an SC230.

I've got it programmed based on the latest things i've been able to find on the web, and i'm pretty comfortable updating and adding new freqs (I think).

That makes sense.
 

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Unless a crew is getting interference from some other source, 99.9% of the time the frequencies are good for the entire season. Come later this year when I go to the final Atlanta race, I'll simply upload my saved program of NASCAR frequencies and will most likely hear everyone like I did before!
 
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