Victory by DesignNovember 23, 2003
Victory by Design is a series of documentary films produced in the 1990s and 2000s on the subject of famous racing automobile marques. The series began as a single film focused on Porsche, directed by award winning film-maker Tony Maylam, executive produced by Clive Pullan and hosted by former racing driver, Alain de Cadenet. They were commissioned by American cable channel Speedvision. The US channel commissioned a follow up documentary on Ferrari.
More specials, focused on Maserati, Jaguar, Alfa Romeo, Aston Martin, Lotus, Corvette, "Ford Muscle", and "Grand Prix Greats" were ordered by Speedvision's successor, the Fox owned cable channel, Speed Channel. The "Grand Prix Greats" episode is notable in that instead of a single manufacturer, it covers various notable Grand Prix cars from 1908 to 1960, including Renault, Lancia, and the Cooper Car Company. The series has been consistently popular on the channel and also in the DVD market. Victory By Design announced that they will do a special on American Motors Corporation soon featuring the Eagle SX/4, AMX, Rebel Machine, and many more.
American Muscle Car is a weekly television show on Speed, produced by Restoration Productions LLC., about muscle cars. Each episode provides a timeline of each vehicle's history beginning with its first year of production to its most recent year of production. The show was initially designed to showcase traditional muscle cars such as the Chevrolet Camaro, Ford Mustang, and Dodge Charger. It eventually added other performance vehicles such as the Shelby Cobra and the Chevrolet Corvette, and even began to focus on specific eras such as the Corvette Stingray. It even created a special dedicated to the last 1967 Corvette Stingray produced.
In 2006 season, the show's focus was expanded to include designers and engineers of muscle car era.
In 2007 season, the show's focus was expanded to include vintage races, powertrain components.
WreckedJuly 17, 2008
The Gratzianna family and their team of fearless tow truck drivers navigates a mix of out-of-control customers, stranded motorists and massive highway accidents and recoveries. They put their lives at risk day in and day out to keep the streets of Chicago and their passengers safe.
Dumbest Stuff on WheelsAugust 3, 2011
This comedy series focuses on crashes recorded via amateur video and involving anything that's on wheels, from cars and trucks, to even shopping carts and unicycles.
Car WarriorsFebruary 23, 2011
Car Warriors is an American automotive reality TV show produced by BASE Productions and aired for two seasons on Speed in the United States and Discovery Communications affiliates in international markets. For season 1, each episode pits an all-star car restoration team against a rival team from a different city to restore and modify their car in less than 72 hours. The challenging team has a chance to take home not only their car, but the All Stars' car should they win the contest; otherwise, they go home empty-handed if they lose. Season 2 replaces the All Stars with another local restoration team, as both teams have 48 hours to transform their cars for a chance to keep them in the end.
SuperCars ExposedFebruary 18, 2008
Tanner Foust takes you inside the extreme lifestyles of the guys and gals who live for their rides.
7 Days is a program that ran on the Speed Channel starting in February 2006 that shows the views of the NASCAR world. The program follows someone related to NASCAR for seven days. The program was broadcast weekly and was approximately 30 minutes in length. The subjects in 7 Days include crew chiefs, drivers, fans, track workers and shop workers. Among those shown in 7 Days were J. J. Yeley, Denny Hamlin, Doug Richard, Buffy Waltrip, Boris Said, Carl Edwards and Martin Truex Jr.
In 2007, the show was canceled by the Speed Channel, and replaced with Survival of the Fastest.
Super Bikes! is a television show that first aired on Speed Channel in 2006. It follows popular American stunt rider Jason Britton as he goes around the country to check out the sport bike scene. The show mostly showcases stunt riding and stunting competitions, but it also delves into other aspects of the sport bike culture and motor sports in general.
American TruckerFebruary 24, 2011
American Trucker is a television show on the Speed cable channel. Hosted by Robb Mariani, the pilot episode featured Robb helping another mechanic restore one of the classic 1980 Kenworth K-100 Aerodyne trucks used in the TV show B. J. and the Bear, along with a short piece about the world's largest truck stop, the Iowa 80. Running a total of 13 episodes for Season 1, American Trucker is currently filming a new 13 episode Season 2 content to run late summer thru fall of 2011.
The show is produced by Bud Brutsman and Steve Beebe of Overhaulin' fame. Show content is derived from Robb's knowledge and experience with trucks and trucking history. Robb is a past cast member of HGTV's Design Star series. Dan Bruno, the owner of such famous trucks as the Rubber Duck's Mack truck from Convoy and past owner of the Peterbilt tanker from Duel is credited on the show as a technical consultant.
NASCAR Race Hub is a daily NASCAR news program broadcast on Fox Sports 1 Monday through Thursday. Originally broadcast on Speed, the show replaced NASCAR Nation and This Week in NASCAR. NASCAR Race Hub premiered on October 12, 2009 as a 30 minute show, but was extended to 60 minutes in the following years. The show was again shortened to 30 minutes after moving to Fox Sports 1 from Speed in August 2013, only to be returned to 60 minutes starting on September 23.
Two Guys Garage is an American reality television series on automobile repair and customizing, hosted by Bryan Fuller and Sam Memmolo and airing on Speed Channel since 2001. The series is based in Tampa, Florida. The hosts changed in 2012, now hosting the show Kevin Byrd who hosted with Bryan Fuller for several years, along with Willie B. ""Willie B"" also hosts a radio show for ""KBPI"" in Denver, CO, and two seasons on ""PINKS"" on SPEED Channel.
SPEED Channel changed to FOX Sports One in August 2013 and no longer aired how-to automotive programming. The show moved to GAC owned by Scripps. Scripps also owns HGTV, Travel Channel, Food Network, Cook Channel, DIY Network. These how-to networks reach over one million homes across the US.
Pass Time was an American game show airing on Speed. In the show, two contestants competed against each other and "resident expert" Kenneth Herring, attempting to predict the pass times of a series of drag racers. Pass Time was hosted by Speed personality Brett Wagner, and Paige Simpson served as the show's "car wrangler". Simpson rarely speaks on-camera during the show, although she was the only one to speak on-camera in a 2011 promotional ad for the show, giving directions to Wagner and Herring. The show last aired on August 16, 2013, the last day of Speed programming before the change in the U.S. to Fox Sports 1.
NASCAR on Speed was the brand name of Speed's coverage of NASCAR Sprint Cup Series practice sessions, qualifying sessions and a limited number of races, as well as Camping World Truck Series races that began in 2002. It was produced by Fox Sports. Pre-race coverage was usually by NASCAR RaceDay while post-race coverage was on NASCAR Victory Lane. Other programs, such as Speed Center and Wind Tunnel with Dave Despain also provided limited coverage of NASCAR related events. Starting in August 2013, Speed's coverage of NASCAR including RaceDay, Victory Lane and NASCAR Live! moved to Fox Sports 1.
Formula 1 Debrief was a show on the American channel Speed. It started airing on April 4, 2009 and ended on December 1, 2012. The "roundtable" show included Speed's 3 former F1 broadcasters covered the previous Formula 1 race, showed highlights and commenting on them. The three personalities were Bob Varsha, Steve Matchett, and David Hobbs with clips of Will Buxton, Speed's only broadcaster presented at F1 races.