Kenley Dean Squier is an American sportscaster and motorsports editor from Waterbury, Vermont. From 1979 to 1997, he served as the lap-by-lap commentator for NASCAR on CBS, and was also a lap-by-lap commentator for TBS from 1983-1999. Squier was the first announcer to give lap-by-lap commentary for the Daytona 500 in 1979. He coined the term "The Great American Race" for the Daytona 500 and helped introduce the Australian developed in-car camera for the 1982 running of the event. He lives in Stowe, Vermont.
|Born:||Kenley Dean Squier, April 10, 1935, Waterbury, Vermont, U.S.|
|Known for:||Commentator on MRN, CBS Sports and TBS for NASCAR races|
|IMDb:||Ken Squier's IMDb|
About Ken Squier
American sportscaster, most recognized for providing the lap-by-lap commentary for NASCAR on CBS in the 1990s.
Ken Squier Before Fame
He began working in broadcasting when he was just 12 years old.
Achievement of Ken Squier
He performed his role as a sportscaster in several movies, including The Cannonball Run and 1986's Rad.
Ken Squier Family Life
He was born in Waterbury, Vermont.
Associations of Ken Squier
He covered a number of races Richard Petty competed in, including the 1979 Daytona 500, which Petty won.
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