Kentucky– NBC has added Dale Earnhardt Jr. as one of the broadcasters during the Kentucky Derby. This is the first time that Earnhardt Jr. will be broadcasting during the Kentucky Derby and he is thrilled at the opportunity. If you are yet to decide where to watch the Kentucky Derby, this article here will keep you up to date on all the places showing the hotly-anticipated race. Don’t forget to place your bets with an online gambling site not dissimilar to a Judi Bola/ Gambling Ball.
“This is the Daytona 500 of horse racing. I’ve always loved the Kentucky Derby as a viewer, now I get to experience it in person,” said Earnhardt Jr. “It’s a privilege to be a part of the NBC Sports broadcast team, and without a doubt Rut and I will have a lot of fun sharing our experiences with the people at home.”
“We are excited to welcome Dale Jr. to the team. He is one of the most experienced names in all of racing, and his curiosity and eagerness to showcase his first time at the Kentucky Derby will offer a unique race day perspective to our coverage,” said Rob Hyland, Coordinating Producer for NBC Sports Group’s Triple Crown horse racing coverage.
For a total of two minutes, the Kentucky Derby is the most exciting and electrifying sporting event that many viewers are thrilled to watch. Last year the Kentucky Derby had 15 M viewers, which was the sixth consecutive year that the Kentucky Derby had an average of 15 M viewers.