One of the animated components of the short-lived weekday series Wake, Rattle, & Roll was the Fender Bender 500, which for all intents & purposes was really a revival of Wacky Races with a new title and, save for Dick Dastardly (Paul Winchell) & Muttley (Don Messick), an entirely new field of racers, mostly Yogi Bear and his pals, which now includes Winsome Witch (Jean VanderPyl), who's not exactly Penelope Pitstop when it comes to racing, but, well........!
Shadoe Stevens (ex-Hollywood Squares), who was hosting American Top 40 at the time and had a short-lived action series of his own, Max Monroe: Loose Cannon, earlier in 1990, was tapped to be the announcer for this series. I guess the producers could picture him at the track doing the same thing as a guest for the Indy 500 or something. Anyway, Stevens would later return to toons as Dr. Leonard Samson on UPN's revival of The Incredible Hulk, but this was his cartoon debut.
Right now, let's trek down south for "The Hit'n Mississippi 500":
As far as Dastardly goes, some things never change. There has been talk of a full on revival of Wacky Races, which hits its 45th anniversary next year, but aside from video games, although there is a pilot out there, WB hasn't been able to green-light the project. Hmmm......