Barney Hall is the co-anchor of MRN Radio's NASCAR Sprint Cup, Nationwide and Camping World Truck Series broadcasts. He is one of the Network's original announcers. Barney got into motorsports announcing by "dumb luck" in 1960 when the Bristol Motor Speedway needed a public address announcer. At the time Barney was working at a western North Carolina radio station. He considers David Pearson, Richard Petty and A.J. Foyt some of the best drivers of the sport. In 2007, Barney was inducted into the National Motorsports Hall of Fame and received the prestigious Bill France Award.
Joe Moore is the co-anchor for MRN Radio's NASCAR Sprint Cup, Nationwide and Camping World Truck Series broadcasts and is the host of MRN Radio's "NASCAR Today," the network's daily news program. Joe is also a contributor to MRN Radio's NASCAR USA program heard Sunday morning. He joined the Network in 1983 and for many years stood on scaffolding, high above the speedways between turns one and two, calling the action. Joe and his wife, Tiffany, reside in Norfolk , Virginia.
Winston Kelley is part of the MRN Radio team patrolling pit road at NASCAR Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series broadcasts. His first job in motorsports broadcasting was being a statistician for the old Universal Racing Network. Winston joined MRN Radio in the late 80's as a production assistant making his first on-air appearance during the 1988 Martinsville broadcast. One of his biggest thrills: The first Daytona 500 broadcast he worked in 1989. He was recently named the Executive Director of the NASCAR Hall of Fame which is currently under construction in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Dave Moody is lead turn announcer for MRN Radio's broadcasts of NASCAR Sprint Cup, Nationwide and Camping World Truck Series events. A protégé of legendary motorsports commentator Ken Squier, Dave made his MRN debut during Speedweeks 1993, and has been a regular part of the lineup since 1998.
Eli has been with MRN since 1976 as booth announcer, pit reporter and turn announcer. Since 1982, he has been the voice of “NASCAR Live” a weekly show heard on more than 475 stations. Eli has also done play-by-play for CBS, NBC, ESPN and TNN Motorsports. In addition to his racing work, Eli has covered professional football, hockey and baseball. He’s the four-time Alabama Sportscaster of the Year Award winner as the voice of University of Alabama Crimson Tide football. Eli is a two-time Alabama Sportscaster of the Year from the Associated Press and once from United Press International. He resides in Birmingham, AL with his wife Claudette and their daughter, Elise.