NBC's "The Today Show," one of the longest-running programs in television history, will be live at the American Le Mans Series Cadillac Grand Prix of Washington, D.C., on Friday, July 19.
Willard Scott, popular weather forecaster for the morning news/talk program, will be at the RFK Stadium racing circuit that will be the site of Sunday's inaugural Cadillac Grand Prix of Washington, D.C. The show will do at least six live segments from the site on Friday's broadcast, with some personalities in the American Le Mans Series to be interviewed by Scott.
The appearance of "The Today Show" at the event coincides with NBC Sports' live telecast of the race on Sunday. The 1 p.m. (EDT) telecast will mark the first appearance of the American Le Mans Series on NBC Sports in 2002.