We take a look back at the career highlights and stepping stones of what made the late Steve Byrnes a pioneer in his field.
The late Steve Byrnes was awarded the Squier-Hall Media Award during Saturday’s NASCAR Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. His son, Bryson, spoke about his father’s legacy.
Members of the NASCAR world gathered Tuesday to say goodbye to former NASCAR television reporter Steve Byrnes. Byrnes passed away on April 21 at the age of 56 after battling with cancer.
The funeral service was held at Calvery Church in Charlotte, N.C. and NASCAR family members took to social media to share their sentiments during and after the ceremony.
Ken Squier and NASCAR America pay tribute to the late Steve Byrnes, remembering the Fox Sports broadcaster as a man who’s sincerity and journalistic prowess made him someone the entire motor sports community have tried to measure up to.
Byrnes died Tuesday after a battle with cancer. He was 56 years old. He is survived by wife Karen and 12-year-old son Bryson.
We have a jam-packed Tuesday edition of NASCAR America, which airs from 5 to 5:30 pm ET.
Krista Voda and Kyle Petty will host from our Stamford (Conn.) studio.
Today, we, along with the rest of the NASCAR community, mourn the passing of veteran broadcaster Steve Byrnes.
We pay our respects with a tribute piece written and voiced by legendary NASCAR announcer Ken Squier.
Kyle and Krista also share their favorite memories of Steve as we remember him for the great man he was.
We’ll also report on Kevin Harvick’s visit to the White House this afternoon, where he and the 4 team were honored by President Barack Obama for their 2014 Sprint Cup championship.
Also on today’s show:
* Through the Field takes us through all the post-Bristol storylines.
* Scan All 43 from Bristol.
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