เว็บแทงบอล Comcast emerged as a viable replacement after the company’s sports TV group, NBC, signed a 10-year, $4.4B rights deal with NASCAR. As part of the deal, Comcast agreed to spend $10M marketing and promoting the sport. Its marketing team saw title sponsorship of NASCAR’s secondary series as a way to fulfill that obligation and also promote its cable TV, broadband and phone business unit, Xfinity.
เว็บแทงบอล SBOBET The report says that Comcast initially wanted a shorter term deal than 10 years, however it decided to match the length of the deal signed by NBC.
Comcast will spend $9 million in rights fees, down from the $12-15 million NASCAR was reportedly asking. Nationwide paid $10 million per season. The insurance company is going to sponsor Dale Earnhardt Jr. for 12 races in 2015.
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สมัคร GClub 1. Joey Logano (LW: 4): A rash decision? Nah, this isn’t even close to the Power Rankings version of adding a 13th car to the 2013 Chase. Logano has been the most consistent driver of the last five weeks so this isn’t simply a one race bump. And as we said on Saturday night after the race, if you don’t think Logano is one of the top six favorites for the title right now, you’re not paying attention.
2. Jeff Gordon (LW: 1): Gordon had a fast car at the beginning but after he pitted and most of the field stayed out, he was back in traffic from then on and never was a factor again. He then went a lap down two separate times, near the finish. Did Gordon’s car suddenly get a lot slower? No. He just lost track position. Not every strategy call works out in your favor.