|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of episodes||661|
|Running time||30 minutes|
|Original release||1983 -|
SpeedWeek was an American television program on ESPN. For fourteen years, the weekly show aired multiple times in a week. When SpeedWeek ended in 1997, it was the longest-running motorsports magazine show.SpeedWeek covered multiple genres of motorsports, including stock cars, modifieds, sprint cars, midgets, and off-road racing.
The show debuted in 1983 featuring Bob Jenkins and Larry Nuber. Nuber left the show in 1989. Jenkins remained as the show's sole host throughout the rest of its run. SpeedWeeks' hosts described American motorsports events from the previous week and previewed upcoming events. Jenkins received a 1990 nomination for an ACE (Award for Cable Excellence) Award in the "Sports Host" category.
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