My brother, his wife and I have been going to a lot of Bowman Gray Races this year. Towards the end of the season, he started using his scanner to pick up on the chatter that the drivers and their spotters were having during the races. So I ordered myself a scanner too, a Uniden BC72XLT, which has an awesome close call capture feature that will pick up radio frequencies within about line of sight distance. That feature alone beats scanning a frequency range if you are close enough to the action.
We’ve started compiling a list of drivers and their frequencies in a Google document that you can find here: http://www.bowmangrayfrequencies.com which is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. That means you can use it, share it, do whatever you want with it so long as you attribute Scott Denny and don’t sell it.
You can also find my bank setup for my scanner here: http://bit.ly/BryansScanner which includes local radio frequencies for Stokes, Surry and Forsyth county, as well as the frequencies of the Bowman Gray drivers broken down by both banks and sorted by driver number. The spread sheet document is separated into three separate sheets called Local (banks for Stokes, Surry and Forsyth), Bowman Gray (banks for Officials, Stadium Stock, Street Stock, Sportsman, my favorites, and Modifieds) and Drivers (list of drivers and their frequencies sort by their car number for quick look-ups at the track). My spread sheet document is also licensed under the same Creative Commons license.