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All race communications between car, spotter and driver are analog in the clear. In fact, since 2013 NASCAR has banned all digital radio usage by teams during races (source).
The practice of car to car communication was banned in 2012 to prevent tandem drafting at the superspeedways.
All reports indicate these MOTOTRBO channels are encrypted. Radioreference listeners have reported the following in use at multiple NASCAR events:
- 464.8875 (CC=13) (encrypted) [reported in 2018]
- 463.6250 had group 15735975 on slot 1 and 15642315 on slot 2 (CC=11) (encrypted) [reported in 2015 and 2016]
- 463.2625 had group 10888888 on slot 1 (CC=15) (encrypted) [reported in 2015]
Two of the MOTOTRBO frequencies are patched to the old analog channels for fans and NASCAR teams to monitor.
- 461.200 432 DPL - NASCAR Race Control*
- 464.600 631 DPL - NASCAR Race Control*
*Confirmed May 2019 (source)
For former analog NASCAR officials frequencies, see here.
https://forums.radioreference.com/threads/nascar-dmr-mototrbo-frequencies.355164/ https://forums.radioreference.com/threads/coming-down-to-the-nascar-race.333231/#post-2578833 https://tbacomm.com/downloads/motorola/case_studies/nascar_mototrbo.pdf https://www.rfvenue.com/blog/2014/12/13/nascar-is-one-of-the-biggest-wireless-events-in-the-world https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H1qQp_SaIrM https://forums.radioreference.com/threads/motorola-trbo-and-nascar.171289/ https://forums.radioreference.com/threads/coming-down-to-the-nascar-race.333231/#post-2578833 https://forums.radioreference.com/threads/coming-down-to-the-nascar-race.333231/#post-2578833
- NASCAR 1 & 11, Race Control 461.200
- NASCAR 2 & 12, Race Control B/U 464.600
- NASCAR 5 & 15, Safety 451.225
- NASCAR 10 Qualifying 451.575
- RACE CONTROL 461.200
- RACE CONTROL B/U 464.6000, 463.625(463.625-DMR, heard at Michigan June 2016)
- SAFTY/FIRE 451.2250
- NASCAR Weather 467.8500
- 451.575 and 451.175 were reported as being used for scoring on this same wiki page in 2006, but it's unknown at this time if those frequencies are now unmonitorable.