NASCAR, the fastest growing sport in America, has long offered exclusive access to premium live and on-demand content via its Nextel TrackPass subscription service for PC. That service is now available to users on the Macintosh platform.

Nextel TrackPass costs $64.95 per year ($5.41 per month) and provides plenty of content that is sure to make any NASCAR fan happy. Features include PitCommand (raceday and qualifying) which allows you to view real-time race information, live in car audio, live leaderboards, video highlights, audio clips, radio broadcasts, and condensed races. Visit the About TrackPass page for more information. According to the information on the NASCAR website, this sevice works equally well for dial-up users as it does for broadband users.

With the Daytona 500 this Sunday, this would be a perfect time to test it out with their 14 day free trial.

System Requirements include: MacOS 10.3, Safari 1.2.3 (Firefox also works), Java 1.4.2 and RealPlayer. A credit card is required for the free trial and will be billed if you do not cancel the free trial within 14 days.

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