For those of you NASCAR fans that like stats and love to hate commercials, here is the breakdown for Sunday’s race.

I began recording the times at the Invocation of the race at 3:02 PM, and stopped at the waving of the checkered flag at 6:41 PM (all times are EST). I did not keep records for the pre- and post-race coverage.

ESPN was the broadcast team for this event. Not only was this the last race of the 2014 season, but ESPN’s for the foreseeable future, as Fox and NBC will split broadcast duties starting in 2015.

Please note that in addition to the commercials and promos listed below there is always a sponsor’s logo that changes throughout the race near the race ticker.

Throughout the breakdown, you can find links to sponsors, or special items-of-interest such as links to contests and movie sites.

Race and Commercial Breakdown of the 2014 Ford Ecoboost 400

Total number of commercials: 128

Total number of companies or entities advertised: 64

Number of traditional commercials (not split-screen): 70
Total number of companies or entities advertised: 46
Number of ‘Side-by-Side’ commercials during race broadcast (split-screen): 58
Total number of companies or entities advertised: 35
Number of times ESPN utilized ‘Side-by-Side’ commercials during this broadcast: 9

Total number of brief promos of products/services during the race broadcast (including company logos ‘floating’ in corners of the screen; frequently for ‘Sports Center’ on ESPN): 262

Total number of companies or entities advertised in brief promos or crawlers: 23 (companies: Ford; Ford F150; Carl’s Jr. & Hardee’s; Smithfield; Coca-Cola; Diet Mountain Dew; 5 Hour Energy; GoodYear; Sunoco; Exxon Mobil; Nationwide Insurance; AutoZone; Sylvania Silver Star headlights; Cars.com; GoDaddy.com; Sprint.com/bestvalue; AT&T; One-A-Day Vitamins; ‘Sports Center’ on ESPN; NHRA Mello Yello Series; College Basketball on ESPN; Monday Night Football on ESPN; NASCAR.com; NASCAR.com/RaceBuddy)

Total amount of time these brief promos take during broadcast: app. 2 min. 50 sec.

Also, there are the following race statistics/graphics during the broadcast, sponsored by companies:

NASCAR on ESPN ‘In-Race Reporter’
Ford Ecoboost 400 ‘Starting Grid’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Last 5 Winners at HMS
Ford ‘Starting Grid’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘In-Race Reporter Part 2’
Outback Steak House ‘On-Board’
Toyota ‘On-Board’
Mobil 1 ‘On-Board’
5 Hour Energy ‘On-Board’
PennZoil ‘On-Board’
Quicken Loans ‘On-Board’
Smithfield ‘On-Board’
Sunoco ‘On-Board’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Radio Communications’
GoodYear ‘Aerial Coverage’
ESPN ‘Score Alert’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Lap’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Leader’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Running Order’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘In the Chase’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Last Lap’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Leader’s Last Lap’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Currently’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Race Off Pit Road’
NASCAR on ESPNNSCS Season’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Sprint Cup Champion’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Lead Change’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Started’
NASCAR on ESPN ’2-Tire Pit Stops at HMS
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Driver Telemetry’
ESPN ‘Breaking News’
Cars.com ‘All Drive. No Drama.’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘On-Board’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Caution’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Pit Crew Performance – 4-Tire Pit Stops’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Temperatures’
GoodYear ‘NASCAR Non-Stop brought to you by GoodYear’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Up-to-Speed’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Started/Highest/Lowest/Last Lap/Fast Lap’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Battle for’
Sprint ‘Fastest 4-Tire Pit Stop’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Current/Start/High/Low’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Kyle Larson – 2014 NSCS Season’
GoodYear ‘Superior Performer’
Nationwide ‘Danger Zone’
Quicken Loans ESPN ‘Pit Studio’
5 Hour Energy ‘Rapid Recap’
NASCAR on ESPNMPH at the Line’
Sprint ‘Most Laps Led’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Joey Logano – Pit Road Issues’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Lead Change’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Restart’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Final Lap’

Start time to record race/commercial periods: 3:02 PM
End time to record race/commercial periods: 6:41 PM

Total minutes of complete race broadcast: 219
Minutes of race broadcast: 189
Minutes of traditional commercials (not split-screen): 30
Minutes of ‘Side-by-Side’ commercials (split-screen): 23

Number of missed restarts: 0
Number of ‘mystery cautions’ (debris not shown): 0
Number of male enhancement commercials: 1 Many NASCAR fans report to CawsnJaws they find these ads very offensive

Click here for last year’s commercial breakdown of this race.

Read more Commercial breakdown and links related to the 2014 Ford Ecoboost 400 ...

For those of you NASCAR fans that like stats and love to hate commercials, here is the breakdown for Sunday’s race.

I began recording the times at the Invocation of the race at 3:02 PM, and stopped at the waving of the checkered flag at 6:31 PM (all times are EST). I did not keep records for the pre- and post-race coverage.

ESPN was the broadcast team for this event.

Please note that in addition to the commercials and promos listed below there is always a sponsor’s logo that changes throughout the race near the race ticker.

Throughout the breakdown, you can find links to sponsors, or special items-of-interest such as links to contests and movie sites.

Race and Commercial Breakdown of the 2014 Quicken Loans Race for Heroes 500(k)

Total number of commercials: 124

Total number of companies or entities advertised: 60

Number of traditional commercials (not split-screen): 67
Total number of companies or entities advertised: 37
Number of ‘Side-by-Side’ commercials during race broadcast (split-screen): 57
Total number of companies or entities advertised: 34
Number of times ESPN utilized ‘Side-by-Side’ commercials during this broadcast: 10

Total number of brief promos of products/services during the race broadcast (including company logos ‘floating’ in corners of the screen; many of which are for ‘Sports Center’ on ESPN): 254

Total number of companies or entities advertised in brief promos or crawlers: 19 (companies: Quicken Loans; Coca-Cola; 5 Hour Energy; WinYourChevy.com ; GoodYear; Sunoco; Nationwide Insurance; Cars.com ; Sprint.com/bestvalue; Sprint.com/datashare; AT&T; One-A-Day Vitamins; GoDaddy.com; ‘Rand University’ – 30 for 30 film ; ‘Sports Center’ on ESPN; Monday Night Football on ESPN; NASCAR.com; NASCAR.com/RaceBuddy; upcoming Nationwide race; upcoming NSCS race)

Total amount of time these brief promos take during broadcast: app. 3 min. 20 sec.

Also, there are the following race statistics/graphics during the broadcast, sponsored by companies:

NASCAR on ESPN ‘Kevin Harvick – Career at PIR
NASCAR on ESPN ‘In-Race Reporter’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Last Week at Texas’
ESPN.com ‘Mailbag Question’
Quicken Loans ‘Starting Grid’
5 Hour Energy ‘On-Board’
Ford Ecoboost ‘On-Board’
Sunoco ‘On-Board’
Coca-Cola ‘On-Board’
GoodYear ‘On-Board’
PennZoil ‘On-Board’
Chevy ‘On-Board’
Quicken Loans ‘On-Board’
Sprint ‘On-Board’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Denny Hamlin – This Season’
GoodYear ‘Aerial Coverage’
ESPN ‘Bottom Line’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Lap’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Leader’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Running Order’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘In the Chase’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘On-Board’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Clinch Scenarios at PIR
ESPN ‘Score Alert’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Currently’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Started’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Since Restart’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Intervals’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Last Lap’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Leader’s Last Lap’
Nationwide ‘Danger Zone – Advance Bubble’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Radio Communications’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Denny Hamlin – at PIR
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Race Off Pit Road’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Battle for’
Sprint ‘Most Laps Led’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Matt Kenseth – at PIR
Quicken Loans ‘NASCAR Non-Stop presented by Quicken Loans’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Current/Start/High/Low’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Chase for the Sprint Cup – Advance Bubble’
Cars.com ‘All Drive. No Drama.’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Caution’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Non-Stop’
5 Hour Energy ‘Rapid Recap’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Pit Time Comparison’
Sprint ‘Lead Changes’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Motorsports Schedule’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Red Flag’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Current Leader’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Restart’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Restarted’
Sprint ‘Fastest 4-Tire Pit Stop’
NASCAR on ESPNNASCAR at PIR – Final Green Flag Stretch’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Chase Cautions This Season’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Behind Leader’

Start time to record race/commercial periods: 3:02 PM
End time to record race/commercial periods: 6:31 PM

Total minutes of complete race broadcast: 209
Minutes of race broadcast: 182
Minutes of traditional commercials (not split-screen): 27
Minutes of ‘Side-by-Side’ commercials (split-screen): 23

Number of missed restarts: 0
Number of ‘mystery cautions’ (debris not shown): 1
Number of male enhancement commercials: 1 Many NASCAR fans report to CawsnJaws they find these ads very offensive

Click here for last year’s commercial breakdown of this race.

Read more Commercial breakdown and links related to the 2014 Quicken Loans Race for Heroes 500(k) ...

For those of you NASCAR fans that like stats and love to hate commercials, here is the breakdown for Sunday’s race.

I began recording the times at the Invocation of the race at 3:02 PM, and stopped at the waving of the checkered flag at 7:12 PM (all times are EST). I did not keep records for the pre- and post-race coverage.

ESPN was the broadcast team for this event.

Please note that in addition to the commercials and promos listed below there is always a sponsor’s logo that changes throughout the race near the race ticker.

Throughout the breakdown, you can find links to sponsors, or special items-of-interest such as links to contests and movie sites.

Race and Commercial Breakdown of the 2014 AAA Texas 500

Total number of commercials: 136

Total number of companies or entities advertised: 56

Number of traditional commercials (not split-screen): 80
Total number of companies or entities advertised: 39
Number of ‘Side-by-Side’ commercials during race broadcast (split-screen): 56
Total number of companies or entities advertised: 28
Number of times ESPN utilized ‘Side-by-Side’ commercials during this broadcast: 11

Total number of brief promos of products/services during the race broadcast (including company logos ‘floating’ in corners of the screen): 168

Total number of companies or entities advertised in brief promos or crawlers: 23 (companies: Federated Auto Parts; Diet Mountain Dew; 5 Hour Energy; Chevy; WinYourChevy.com ; Nationwide Insurance; AAA Insurance; Sylvania Silver Star Ultra headlights; GoodYear; Sunoco; AT&T; Sprint.com/bestvalue; Sprint.com/datashare; Bank of America; One-A-Day Vitamins; ‘Brothers in Exile’ – 30 for 30 films; ‘Lauren Hill’s Mission: One More Game’ ; ‘Monday Night Football on ESPN; ‘Sports Center’ on ESPN; NASCAR.com; NASCAR.com/RaceBuddy; NASCAR.com/tickets; upcoming Nationwide race; upcoming NSCS race)

Total amount of time these brief promos take during broadcast: app. 3 min. 55 sec.

Also, there are the following race statistics/graphics during the broadcast, sponsored by companies:

NASCAR on ESPN ‘In-Race Reporter’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Kevin Harvick – NSCS at TMS
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Denny Hamlin – 2 Career Wins at TMS
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Chase for the Sprint Cup – Start Positions’
ESPN.com ‘Mailbag Question’
Federated Auto Parts ‘Starting Grid’
Ford Ecoboost ‘On-Board’
Outback Steakhouse ‘On-Board’
Sunoco ‘On-Board’
5 Hour Energy ‘On-Board’
Toyota ‘On-Board’
AAA ‘On-Board’
Sprint ‘On-Board’
Quicken Loans ‘On-Board’
GoodYear ‘Aerial Coverage’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Lap’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Leader’
NASCAR on ESPN Running Order’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘In the Chase’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Currently’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Started’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Battle for’
ESPN ‘Bottom Line’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘On-Board’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Last Lap’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Leader’s Last Lap’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Driver Telemetry’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Kevin Harvick – Career at TMS
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Martin Truex Jr. – Average Finish this Season’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Motorsports Schedule’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Matt Kenseth – Laps Led at TMS
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Intervals’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Race Off Pit Road’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Advance Bubble’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Lead Change’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Ryan Newman – NSCS 2014 Season’
Cars.com ‘All Drive. No Drama.’
Cars.com ‘Biggest Movers’
Sprint ‘Fastest 4-Tire Pit Stops’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Up-to-Speed’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Started/Highest/Lowest/Last Lap/Fast Lap’
Quicken Loans ESPN ‘Pit Studio’
NASCAR on ESPNTMS – Temperatures’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Chase for the Sprint Cup’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Laps Led Today’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Career’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Current/Start/High/Low’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Score Alert’
Sprint ‘Most Laps Led’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Restart’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Caution’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Dropping Back Since Restart’
NASCAR on ESPNRCR – Currently’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Pit Time Comparison’
5 Hour Energy ‘Rapid Recap’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Pit In’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Lead Change’
GoodYear ‘Superior Performer’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Cautions at TMS
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Ticket to the Race’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Chase Driver Troubles at TMS
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Chase for the Sprint Cup – Advance Bubble’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Final Lap’

Start time to record race/commercial periods: 3:02 PM
End time to record race/commercial periods: 7:12 PM

Total minutes of complete race broadcast: 250
Minutes of race broadcast: 216
Minutes of traditional commercials (not split-screen): 34
Minutes of ‘Side-by-Side’ commercials (split-screen): 26

Number of missed restarts: 0
Number of ‘mystery cautions’ (debris not shown): 2
Number of male enhancement commercials: 2 Many NASCAR fans report to CawsnJaws they find these ads very offensive

Click here for last year’s commercial breakdown of this race.

Read more Commercial breakdown and links related to the 2014 AAA Texas 500 ...

For those of you NASCAR fans that like stats and love to hate commercials, here is the breakdown for Sunday’s race.

I began recording the times at the Invocation of the race at 1:30 PM, and stopped at the waving of the checkered flag at 5:51 PM (all times are EST). I did not keep records for the pre- and post-race coverage.

ESPN was the broadcast team for this event.

Please note that in addition to the commercials and promos listed below there is always a sponsor’s logo that changes throughout the race near the race ticker.

Throughout the breakdown, you can find links to sponsors, or special items-of-interest such as links to contests and movie sites.

Race and Commercial Breakdown of the 2014 Goody’s Headache Relief Shot 500

Total number of commercials: 138

Total number of companies or entities advertised: 53

Number of traditional commercials (not split-screen): 80
Total number of companies or entities advertised: 42
Number of ‘Side-by-Side’ commercials during race broadcast (split-screen): 58
Total number of companies or entities advertised: 26
Number of times ESPN utilized ‘Side-by-Side’ commercials during this broadcast: 11

Total number of brief promos of products/services during the race broadcast (including company logos ‘floating’ in corners of the screen): 147

Total number of companies or entities advertised in brief promos or crawlers: 23 (companies: Smithfield; Coca-Cola; 5 Hour Energy; One-A-Day Vitamins; Chevy; WinYourChevy.com ; GoodYear; Mobil 1; Sunoco; Nationwide; AutoZone; Cars.com; Sprint.com/datashare; AT&T; Bank of America; ‘Sports Center’ on ESPN; ‘College Football Playoff Top 25 Show presented by Allstate’ on ESPN; Monday Night Football on ESPN; NASCAR.com; NASCAR.com/RaceBuddy; upcoming Nationwide Series race; upcoming NSCS race)

Total amount of time these brief promos take during broadcast: app. 5 min. 35 sec.

Also, there are the following race statistics/graphics during the broadcast, sponsored by companies:

NASCAR on ESPN ‘Martinsville Cautions – Last 4 Races’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Dominant Drivers at Martinsville’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘In-Race Reporter’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Jeff Gordon – 16 Short Track Wins’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Carl Edwards – Short Track Finishes in 2014’
ESPN ‘Mailbag Question’
AutoZone ‘Starting Grid’
Ford Ecoboost ‘On-Board’
Outback Steakhouse ‘On-Board’
Toyota ‘On-Board’
Mobil 1 ‘On-Board’
Sunoco ‘On-Board’
Quicken Loans ‘On-Board’
Smithfield ‘On-Board’
Sprint ‘On-Board’
GoodYear ‘Aerial Coverage’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Radio Communications’
ESPN ‘Bottom Line’
ESPN ‘Score Alert’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Restart’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Running Order’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘In the Chase’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Lap’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Leader’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘On-Board’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Lead Change’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Currently/Started/High/Low’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Caution’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Driver Telemetry’
Sprint ‘Biggest Mover’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Last Lap’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Leader’s Last Lap’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Jamie McMurray – 5th Straight Cup race Lap Led’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Battle for’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Motorsports Schedule’
AutoZone ‘Race Off Pit Road’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Pit Time Comparison’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Since Restart’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Currently’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Intervals’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Most Laps Led at Martinsville’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Secs. Ahead of 2nd’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Started’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Biggest Movers’
Quicken Loans ESPN ‘Pit Studio’
Nationwide ‘Danger Zone’
AutoZone ‘NASCAR Non-Stop presented by AutoZone’
Sprint ‘Lead Changes’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Chase Driver Troubles’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Joey Logano – Career at Martinsville’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Denny Hamlin – Career – Next 4 Tracks’
Sprint ‘Most Laps Led’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Consecutive Seasons Without a Win’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Laps Led’
Cars.com ‘All Drive. No Drama.
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Red Flag’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Chase for the Sprint Cup’
NASCAR on ESPNMPH at the Line’
NASCAR on ESPNHMS at Martinsville’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Final Lap’

Start time to record race/commercial periods: 1:30 PM
End time to record race/commercial periods: 5:51 PM

Total minutes of complete race broadcast: 261
Minutes of race broadcast: 225
Minutes of traditional commercials (not split-screen): 36
Minutes of ‘Side-by-Side’ commercials (split-screen): 24

Number of missed restarts: 0
Number of ‘mystery cautions’ (debris not shown): 0
Number of male enhancement commercials: 1 Many NASCAR fans report to CawsnJaws they find these ads very offensive

Click here for last year’s commercial breakdown of this race.

Read more Commercial breakdown and links related to the 2014 Goody's Headache Relief Shot 500 ...

For those of you NASCAR fans that like stats and love to hate commercials, here is the breakdown for Sunday’s race.

I began recording the times at the Invocation of the race at 2:02 PM, and stopped at the waving of the checkered flag at 5:36 PM (all times are EST). I did not keep records for the pre- and post-race coverage.

ESPN was the broadcast team for this event.

Please note that in addition to the commercials and promos listed below there is always a sponsor’s logo that changes throughout the race near the race ticker.

Throughout the breakdown, you can find links to sponsors, or special items-of-interest such as links to contests and movie sites.

Race and Commercial Breakdown of the 2014 Geico 500

Total number of commercials: 134

Total number of companies or entities advertised: 51

Number of traditional commercials (not split-screen): 88
Total number of companies or entities advertised: 44
Number of ‘Side-by-Side’ commercials during race broadcast (split-screen): 46
Total number of companies or entities advertised: 21
Number of times ESPN utilized ‘Side-by-Side’ commercials during this broadcast: 9

Total number of brief promos of products/services during the race broadcast (including company logos ‘floating’ in corners of the screen): 70

Total number of companies or entities advertised in brief promos or crawlers: *21 (companies: Geico; Subway; Smithfield; Coca-Cola; Diet Mountain Dew; 5 Hour Energy; One-A-Day Vitamins; Chevy.com/Silverado ; Toyota; GoodYear; Sunoco; Sprint.com/datashare; AT&T; Bank of America; ‘Sports Center’ on ESPNews; ‘Monday Night Football’ on ESPN; ‘When the Garden Was Eden’ – 30 for 30 film;
NASCAR.com; NASCAR.com/RaceBuddy; upcoming NSCS race presented by AutoZone)*

Total amount of time these brief promos take during broadcast: app. 4 min. 25 sec.

Also, there are the following race statistics/graphics during the broadcast, sponsored by companies:

NASCAR on ESPN ‘Lead Changes – NSCS @ Talladega’
ESPN ‘Bottom Line’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘In-Race Reporter’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Denny Hamlin – Restrictor Plate Finishes’
ESPN ‘Mailbag Question’
Toyota ‘On-Board’
Mobil 1 ‘On-Board’
5 Hour Energy ‘On-Board’
Sprint ‘On-Board’
Energizer ‘On-Board’
Smithfield Farms ‘On-Board’
Sunoco ‘On-Board’
Diet Mountain Dew ‘On-Board’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Chase for the Sprint Cup’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Dale Earnhardt Jr. – Average Chase Race Finish This Season’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Running Order’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Lap’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Leader’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Advanced’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘In the Chase’
GoodYear ‘Aerial Coverage’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Driver Telemetry’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Radio Communications’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Currently’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Last Lap’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Leader’s Last Lap’
Sprint ‘Biggest Mover’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Motorsports Schedule’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Started’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Davids vs. Goliaths – FrontRow Motorsports’
GoodYear ‘NASCAR Non-Stop Coverage brought to you by GoodYear’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Terry Labonte – Talladega Career’
ESPN ‘Score Alert’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘On-Board’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Current/Start/High/Low’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Jimmie Johnson – Laps Led Today’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Restarted’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Currently’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Chase for the Sprint Cup – Advance Bubble’
Quicken Loans ESPN ‘Pit Studio’
5 Hour Energy ‘Rapid Recap’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Lap Leaders’
Sprint ‘Lead Changes’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Race Off Pit Road’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Restart’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Caution’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Lead Change’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Leader of Most Laps Failed to Win Last 9 Races’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘G-W-C Finishes at Talladega’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Final Lap’

Start time to record race/commercial periods: 2:02 PM
End time to record race/commercial periods: 5:36 PM

Total minutes of complete race broadcast: 214
Minutes of race broadcast: 182
Minutes of traditional commercials (not split-screen): 32
Minutes of ‘Side-by-Side’ commercials (split-screen): 20

Number of missed restarts: 0
Number of ‘mystery cautions’ (debris not shown): 0
Number of male enhancement commercials: 1 Many NASCAR fans report to CawsnJaws they find these ads very offensive

Click here for last year’s commercial breakdown of this race.

Read more Commercial breakdown and links related to the 2014 Geico 500 ...

For those of you NASCAR fans that like stats and love to hate commercials, here is the breakdown for Saturday’s race.

I began recording the times at 8:07 PM, despite the race commencing at 7:54 PM. (This was due to college football coverage on ABC.) I stopped at the waving of the checkered flag at 11:21 PM (all times are EST).

ESPN on ABC was the broadcast team for this event.

Please note that in addition to the commercials and promos listed below there is always a sponsor’s logo that changes throughout the race near the race ticker.

Throughout the breakdown, you can find links to sponsors, or special items-of-interest such as links to contests and movie sites.

Race and Commercial Breakdown of the 2014 Bank of America 500

Total number of commercials: 130

Total number of companies or entities advertised: 56

Number of traditional commercials (not split-screen): 91
Total number of companies or entities advertised: 45
Number of ‘Side-by-Side’ commercials during race broadcast (split-screen): 39
Total number of companies or entities advertised: 20
Number of times ESPN utilized ‘Side-by-Side’ commercials during this broadcast: 8

Total number of brief promos of products/services during the race broadcast (including company logos ‘floating’ in corners of the screen): 44

Total number of companies or entities advertised in brief promos or crawlers: 22 (companies: Bank of America; Bank of America ‘Stand and Salute’ #troopthanks – Wounded Warrior ProjectWelcome Back, Veterans ; Golden Corral; Smithfield Ham; Coca-Cola; 5 Hour Energy; Chevy.com/Silverado; Toyota @ToyotaRacing; Nationwide Insurance; GoodYear; Sunoco; Sprint.com/datashare; ‘Resurrection’ on ABC; Monday Night Football on ESPN; ‘Sunday Night NFL Countdown’ on ESPN; ESPN ‘Fantasy Football Now’ presented by Papa John’s; WatchESPN.com; upcoming NSCS race; ESPN/deportes; PA Lottery Winning Lottery Numbers)

Total amount of time these brief promos take during broadcast: app. 3 min. 55 sec.

Also, there are the following race statistics/graphics during the broadcast, sponsored by companies:

NASCAR on ESPN ‘Race Off Pit Road’
Mobil 1 ‘On-Board’
5 Hour Energy ‘On-Board’
Shell-PennZoil ‘On-Board’
State Water Heater ‘On-Board’
Energizer ‘On-Board’
Smithfield Ham’ Cam
Sunoco ‘On-Board’
Nationwide Insurance ‘On-Board’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Pit Studio’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Chase for the Sprint Cup’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Restart’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Lead Change’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Lap’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Leader’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘On-Board’
ABC ‘Bottom Line’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Currently’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Started’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Driver Telemetry’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Radio Communications’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Last Lap’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Leader’s Last Lap’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Motorsports Schedule’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Biggest Movers’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Advance Bubble’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Battle for’
GoodYear ‘Aerial Coverage’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Pit Time Comparison’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Pit In’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Running Order’
Sprint ‘Biggest Mover’
Nationwide Insurance ‘Danger Zone’
Bank of America ‘Non-Stop Coverage presented by Bank of America’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Advanced’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘In the Chase’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Up-to-Speed’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Started/Highest/Lowest/Last Lap/Fast Lap’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Current/Start/High/Low’
Sprint ‘Most Laps Led’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Kevin Harvick – This Season’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Intervals’
5 Hour Energy ‘Rapid Recap’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘In-Race Reporter’
Toyota ’2015 Toyota Camry Sprint Cup Car’
Cars.com ‘All Drive. No Drama.
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Jimmie Johnson – Chase Finishes’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Final Lap’

Start time to record race/commercial periods: 8:07 PM
End time to record race/commercial periods: 11:21 PM

Total minutes of complete race broadcast: 194
Minutes of race broadcast: 157
Minutes of traditional commercials (not split-screen): 37
Minutes of ‘Side-by-Side’ commercials (split-screen): 16

Number of missed restarts: 0
Number of ‘mystery cautions’ (debris not shown): 0
Number of times ‘NASCAR NON-STOP Coverage was STOPPED by commercials: 3
Number of male enhancement commercials: 1 Many NASCAR fans report to CawsnJaws they find these ads very offensive

Click here for last year’s commercial breakdown of this race.

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For those of you NASCAR fans that like stats and love to hate commercials, here is the breakdown for Sunday’s race.

I began recording the times at the Invocation of the race at 2:02 PM, and stopped at the waving of the checkered flag at 5:11 PM (all times are EST). I did not keep records for the pre- and post-race coverage.

ESPN was the broadcast team for this event.

Please note that in addition to the commercials and promos listed below there is always a sponsor’s logo that changes throughout the race near the race ticker.

Throughout the breakdown, you can find links to sponsors, or special items-of-interest such as links to contests and movie sites.

Race and Commercial Breakdown of the 2014 Hollywood Casino 400

Total number of commercials: 133

Total number of companies or entities advertised: 52

Number of traditional commercials (not split-screen): 78
Total number of companies or entities advertised: 37
Number of ‘Side-by-Side’ commercials during race broadcast (split-screen): 55
Total number of companies or entities advertised: 26
Number of times ESPN utilized ‘Side-by-Side’ commercials during this broadcast: 9

Total number of brief promos of products/services during the race broadcast (including company logos ‘floating’ in corners of the screen): 69

Total number of companies or entities advertised in brief promos or crawlers: 21 (companies: 5 Hour Energy; Dodge; Dodge Dart DontTouchMyDart.com ; Nationwide Insurance; GoodYear; Cars.com; AutoZone; Sunoco; Bank of America; Sprint.com/datashare; AT&T; Aleve PM; ‘Sports Center’ on ESPN; ESPNews; WatchESPN; Monday Night Football on ESPN; ‘World Series of Poker’ on ESPN; NHRA; NASCAR.com; NASCAR.com/RaceBuddy; upcoming Nationwide race; upcoming NSCS race)

Total amount of time these brief promos take during broadcast: app. 3 min. 30 sec.

Also, there are the following race statistics/graphics during the broadcast, sponsored by companies:

NASCAR on ESPN ‘Pole Speeds at KS – Last 2 Races’
GoodYear ‘Aerial Coverage’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘In-Race Reporter’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Battle for’
ESPN.com ‘Mailbag Question’
Dodge Don’t Touch My Dart ‘Starting Grid’
Ford Ecoboost ‘On-Board’
Sprint ‘On-Board’
Chevy ‘On-Board’
5 Hour Energy ‘On-Board’
Toyota ‘On-Board’
GoodYear ‘On-Board’
Sunoco ‘On-Board’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Radio Communications’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Lap’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Leader’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Running Order’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘On-Board’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Leader’s Last Lap’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Currently’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Motorsports Schedule’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Intervals’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘In the Chase’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘KS Temperatures’
ESPN ‘Bottom Line’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Chase for the Sprint Cup’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Race Off Pit Road’
Quicken Loans ESPN ‘Pit Studio’
Sunoco ‘NASCAR Non-Stop Coverage presented by Sunoco’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Current/Start/High/Low’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Race Reset’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Restarted’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Joey Logano – NSCS 2014 Chase’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Driver Telemetry’
Sprint ‘Biggest Mover’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Behind Leader’
5 Hour Energy ‘Rapid Recap’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Season’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Chase Driver Troubles’
Sprint ‘Most Laps Led’
Cars.com ‘All Drive. No Drama.’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Caution’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Restart’
NASCAR on ESPNMPH at the Line’

Start time to record race/commercial periods: 2:02 PM
End time to record race/commercial periods: 5:11 PM

Total minutes of complete race broadcast: 189
Minutes of race broadcast: 157
Minutes of traditional commercials (not split-screen): 32
Minutes of ‘Side-by-Side’ commercials (split-screen): 25

Number of missed restarts: 0
Number of ‘mystery cautions’ (debris not shown): 1
Number of male enhancement commercials: 1 Many NASCAR fans report to CawsnJaws they find these ads very offensive

Click here for last year’s commercial breakdown of this race.

Read more Commercial breakdown and links related to the 2014 Hollywood Casino 400 ...

For those of you NASCAR fans that like stats and love to hate commercials, here is the breakdown for Sunday’s race.

I began recording the times at the Invocation of the race at 2:02 PM, and stopped at the waving of the checkered flag at 5:23 PM (all times are EST). I did not keep records for the pre- and post-race coverage.

ESPN was the broadcast team for this event.

Please note that in addition to the commercials and promos listed below there is always a sponsor’s logo that changes throughout the race near the race ticker.

Throughout the breakdown, you can find links to sponsors, or special items-of-interest such as links to contests and movie sites.

Race and Commercial Breakdown of the 2014 AAA 400

Total number of commercials: 119

Total number of companies or entities advertised: 49

Number of traditional commercials (not split-screen): 65
Total number of companies or entities advertised: 39
Number of ‘Side-by-Side’ commercials during race broadcast (split-screen): 54
Total number of companies or entities advertised: 24
Number of times ESPN utilized ‘Side-by-Side’ commercials during this broadcast: 9

Total number of brief promos of products/services during the race broadcast: 28

Total number of companies or entities advertised in brief promos or crawlers: 16 (companies: 5 Hour Energy drink; EGO Power Plus blower; PennZoil; PennZoil Platinum Plus; GoodYear; Valero; Nationwide Insurance; Sprint.com/datashare; AT&T; Bank of America; NL Wild Card Game on ESPN; Monday Night Football on ESPN and WatchESPN.com; NASCAR.com; NASCAR.com/RaceBuddy; upcoming Nationwide race; upcoming Sprint Cup race)

Total amount of time these brief promos take during broadcast: app. 2 min. 5 sec.

Also, there are the following race statistics/graphics during the broadcast, sponsored by companies:

NASCAR on ESPN ‘Chase for the Sprint Cup – Points Ahead of 13th/Behind 12th’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘In-Race Reporter’
ESPN.com ‘Mailbag Question’
PennZoil ‘Starting Grid’
Ford Ecoboost ‘On-Board’
5 Hour Energy ‘On-Board’
Toyota ‘On-Board’
Sunoco ‘On-Board’
Quicken Loans ‘On-Board’
Nathan’s Famous Hot Dogs ‘On-Board’
Sprint ‘On-Board’
Chevy ‘On-Board’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Jimmie Johnson – 9 Dover Sprint Cup Wins’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Running Order’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Advanced’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘In the Chase’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Lap’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Leader’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Lead Change’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Battle for’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘On-Board’
GoodYear ‘Aerial Coverage’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Radio Communications’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Currently’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Last Lap’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Leader’s Last Lap’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Driver Telemetry’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Jimmie Johnson – NSCS at Dover – Career’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Motorsports Schedule’
PennZoil ‘Race Off Pit Road’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Pit Time Comparison’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Restart’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Current/Start/High/Low’
Quicken Loans ESPN ‘Pit Studio’
Sprint ‘Biggest Mover’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Secs. Ahead of 2nd’
Nationwide ‘Danger Zone’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Kevin Harvick – Dover Laps Led’
Nationwide ‘Up-to-Speed’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Started/Highest/Lowest/Last Lap/Fast Lap’
U.S. Army ‘Look of a Leader’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Kevin Harvick – 2014 NSCS Season – Last 5 Races’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Kasey Kahne – Off-Sequence Pit Stop’
5 Hour Energy ‘Rapid Recap’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Kevin Harvick – Blown Tire Lap 252’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Restarted’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Late Cautions – Last 2 Races’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Chase for the Sprint Cup – Advancer Bubble’
Sprint ‘Fastest 4-Tire Pit Stop’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Advance Bubble’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Intervals’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Jeff Gordon – 4 Dover Sprint Cup Wins’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Final Lap’

Start time to record race/commercial periods: 2:02 PM
End time to record race/commercial periods: 5:23 PM

Total minutes of complete race broadcast: 201
Minutes of race broadcast: 175
Minutes of traditional commercials (not split-screen): 26
Minutes of ‘Side-by-Side’ commercials (split-screen): 24

Number of missed restarts: 0
Number of ‘mystery cautions’ (debris not shown): 1
Number of male enhancement commercials: 2 Many NASCAR fans report to CawsnJaws they find these ads very offensive

Click here for last year’s commercial breakdown of this race.

Read more Commercial breakdown and links related to the 2014 AAA 400 ...

For those of you NASCAR fans that like stats and love to hate commercials, here is the breakdown for Sunday’s race.

I began recording the times at the Invocation of the race at 1:57 PM, and stopped at the waving of the checkered flag at 5:28 PM (all times are EST). I did not keep records for the pre- and post-race coverage.

ESPN was the broadcast team for this event.

Please note that in addition to the commercials and promos listed below there is always a sponsor’s logo that changes throughout the race near the race ticker.

Throughout the breakdown, you can find links to sponsors, or special items-of-interest such as links to contests and movie sites.

Race and Commercial Breakdown of the 2014 Sylvania 300

Total number of commercials: 117

Total number of companies or entities advertised: 59

Number of traditional commercials (not split-screen): 64
Total number of companies or entities advertised: 41
Number of ‘Side-by-Side’ commercials during race broadcast (split-screen): 53
Total number of companies or entities advertised: 26
Number of times ESPN utilized ‘Side-by-Side’ commercials during this broadcast: 10

Total number of brief promos of products/services during the race broadcast: 42

Total number of companies or entities advertised in brief promos or crawlers: 22 (companies: Sylvania Silverstar Ultra Headlights; Jimmy John’s; 5 Hour Energy; Nationwide Insurance; Farmer’s Insurance; GoodYear; Sunoco; PennZoil Platinum Plus; Victory Motorcycles; Sprint.com/datashare; AT&T; USPS; Bank of America; ‘Sports Center’ on ESPNews; Sunday Night Baseball on ESPN; Monday Night Football on ESPN; NHRA; NASCAR.com; NASCAR.com/Race Buddy; NASCAR.com/tickets; upcoming Nationwide race; upcoming NSCS race)

Total amount of time these brief promos take during broadcast: app. 4 min. 25 sec.

Also, there are the following race statistics/graphics during the broadcast, sponsored by companies:

Quicken Loans ESPN ‘Pit Studio’
NASCAR on ESPNNSCS Last Sunday’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Brad Keselowski – Winning Pit Strategy’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Chase for the Sprint Cup – Points Ahead 13th/Behind 12th’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘In-Race Reporter’
ESPN.com ‘Mailbag Question’
Sylvania 300 ‘Starting Grid’
Ford Ecoboost ‘On-Board’
5 Hour Energy ‘On-Board’
Shell-PennZoil ‘On-Board’
GoodYear ‘On-Board’
Quicken Loans ‘On-Board’
Smithfield ‘On-Board’
Chevy ‘On-Board’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Jamie McMurray – 2 Straight Top 10 Finishes’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Lap’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Leader’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘On-Board’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Started’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Battle for’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Currently’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Last Lap’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Leader’s Last Lap’
PennZoil ‘Driver Telemetry’
GoodYear ‘Aerial Coverage’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Radio Communications’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Caution’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Motorsports Schedule’
PennZoil ‘Race Off Pit Road’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Secs. Ahead of 2nd’
5 Hour Energy ‘Non-Stop Race Coverage presented by 5 Hour Energy’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Behind Leader’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Intervals’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Advanced’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘In the Chase’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Lead Change’
NASCAR on ESPNMPH at the Line’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Since Restart’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Advance Bubble’
Sprint ‘Biggest Mover’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Current/Start/High/Low’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Denny Hamlin – Last 5 Races at Dover’
5 Hour Energy ‘Rapid Recap’
Sprint ‘Most Laps Led’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Running Order’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Cautions after Lap 200 at NHIS
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Denny Hamlin – Chase Points Position’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Restart Reset’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Lucky Dog’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Cautions NSCS at NHIS
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Chase for the Sprint Cup – Advancer Bubble’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Brad Keselowski – Last 40 Laps’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Chase Driver Troubles’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Kevin Harvick – Today – Led Race High 141 Laps’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Most Cautions in a Single Race’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Ticket to the Race’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Final Lap’

Start time to record race/commercial periods: 1:57 PM
End time to record race/commercial periods: 5:28 PM

Total minutes of complete race broadcast: 211
Minutes of race broadcast: 123
Minutes of traditional commercials (not split-screen): 28
Minutes of ‘Side-by-Side’ commercials (split-screen): 25

Number of missed restarts: 0
Number of ‘mystery cautions’ (debris not shown): 1
Number of male enhancement commercials: 4 Many NASCAR fans report to CawsnJaws they find these ads very offensive

Click here for last year’s commercial breakdown of this race.

Read more Commercial breakdown and links related to the 2014 Sylvania 300 ...

For those of you NASCAR fans that like stats and love to hate commercials, here is the breakdown for Sunday’s race.

I began recording the times at the Invocation of the race at 2:02 PM, and stopped at the waving of the checkered flag at 5:10 PM (all times are EST). I did not keep records for the pre- and post-race coverage.

ESPN was the broadcast team for this event.

Please note that in addition to the commercials and promos listed below there is always a sponsor’s logo that changes throughout the race near the race ticker.

Throughout the breakdown, you can find links to sponsors, or special items-of-interest such as links to contests and movie sites.

Race and Commercial Breakdown of the 2014 MyAFIBStory.com 400

Total number of commercials: 117

Total number of companies or entities advertised: 53

Number of traditional commercials (not split-screen): 62
Total number of companies or entities advertised: 38
Number of ‘Side-by-Side’ commercials during race broadcast (split-screen): 55
Total number of companies or entities advertised: 26
Number of times ESPN utilized ‘Side-by-Side’ commercials during this broadcast: 9

Total number of brief promos of products/services during the race broadcast: 33

Total number of companies or entities advertised in brief promos or crawlers: 19 (companies: MyAFIBStory.com ; Jimmy John’s; KFC; 5 Hour Energy; GoodYear; Sunoco; Geico; Nationwide Insurance; Sprint.com/datashare; Bank of America; Monday Night Football on ESPN; WatchESPN.com; SportsCenter on ESPNNews; NHRA; NASCAR.com; NASCAR.com/RaceBuddy; upcoming Nationwide Series race; upcoming NSCS race; ESPN/deportes)

Total amount of time these brief promos take during broadcast: app. 3 min. 35 sec.

Also, there are the following race statistics/graphics during the broadcast, sponsored by companies:

NASCAR on ESPN ‘Matt Kenseth – Winning Strategy’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘In-Race Reporter’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Driver & Crew Chief 1st Appearance Together’
ESPN.com ‘Mailbag Question’
Ford Ecoboost ‘On-Board’
Jimmy John’s ‘On-Board’
Toyota ‘On-Board’
Shell-PennZoil ‘On-Board’
Chevy ‘On-Board’
GoodYear ‘On-Board’
Sprint ‘On-Board’
Sunoco ‘On-Board’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Radio Communications’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Chase for the Sprint Cup Championship Points’
KFC ‘How Do You?’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Running Order’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Lap’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Leader’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Battle for:’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Currently’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Last Lap’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Leader’s Last Lap’
GoodYear ‘Aerial Coverage’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Last 5 Laps’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Behind Leader’
PennZoil ‘Driver Telemetry’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Lead Change’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Jamie McMurray – Average Finish’
Sprint ‘Fastest 4-Tire Pit Stop’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Pit In’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Caution’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Motorsports Schedule’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Pit Road’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Restart’
Sprint ‘NASCAR Non-Stop Coverage presented by Sprint’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Since Restart’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Restart Reset’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Current/Start/High/Low’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Up-to-Speed’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Started/Highs/Lows/Last Pit Stop/First Lap’
Quicken Loans – ESPN ‘Pit Studio’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Secs. Ahead of 2nd’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Second Place Today’
Sprint ‘Biggest Mover’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Issues Today’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Kyle Larson – 30 Career NSCS races’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Chase for the Sprint Cup’
DQ ‘Moment of the Race’
NASCAR on ESPN ‘Final Lap’

Start time to record race/commercial periods: 2:02 PM
End time to record race/commercial periods: 5:10 PM

Total minutes of complete race broadcast: 188
Minutes of race broadcast: 157
Minutes of traditional commercials (not split-screen): 31
Minutes of ‘Side-by-Side’ commercials (split-screen): 25

Number of missed restarts: 0
Number of ‘mystery cautions’ (debris not shown): 1 safety truck and driver shown; but not debris
Number of male enhancement commercials: 6 Many NASCAR fans report to CawsnJaws they find these ads very offensive

Click here for last year’s commercial breakdown of this race.

Read more Commercial breakdown and links related to the 2014 MyAFIBStory.com 400 ...

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