Jamie Little Joins Steve And Ed To Discuss NASCAR And Some Of The New Names In The Sport

Starting on ESPN in 1998 as a reporter for both the Winter and Summer X Games, Jamie Little is a former reporter for the Indy Racing League and is currently the pit reporter for NASCAR Nationwide Series and Sprint Cup Series.  She has won the 2008 Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race, beating NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Mike Skinner.

Jamie came on with Ed and Steve to discuss the start of the NASCAR season.

Steve asked Jamie how people are reacting to Tony Stewart’s comments about Danica Patrick. Jamie says people around NASCAR are backing up Danica and she handled the scrutiny very well but overall the comments made by Tony were unfair and unnecessary.

Ed asked if there is any chance Jimmy Johnson can win his seventh championship and if it’s good for the sport. Jamie goes on to explain that its overall good for the sport and when Jimmy didn’t win for two years and then won again it was good to see and it was good for the sport.

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