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Daytona 500: FOX’s TV Coverage a Mixed Bag

Somebody, for the love of god, needed to take Darrell Waltrip's microphone away on Monday night.Waltrip was by far the biggest problem in an up-and-down broadcast of the Daytona 500, once again produced by Fox. While the network's commitment to air the race come hell or high water, showed just how important the event is, a handful of issues (some of which weren't the network's fault) plagued the telecast, leaving room for improvement over the coming weeks.We'll start with the good, which included just about everything positive you've come to expect from the folks carrying the first half of the season. The production values were high, Mike Joy's commentary was top-notch, the cameras were dead on in catching the on-track action at the right t...

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