Thursday’s NASCAR Cup Series race from Kansas averaged a 0.9 rating at 1.47 million viewers on NBCSN, making it the least-watched Cup race on any network since at least 2000.
NASCAR, in collaboration with FOX Sports and NBC Sports, today announced 2021 race start times and networks for the NASCAR Cup Series, NASCAR Xfinity Series and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series seasons.
NASCAR today announced the final installment of events in the revised 2020 schedule, including the full Playoffs schedule for all three national series.
NBC Sports’ NASCAR analyst Dale Earnhardt Jr. and INDYCAR Series reigning champion Josef Newgarden joined NBC Sports commentator Leigh Diffey on yesterday’s episode of Countdown to Crossover, a week-long daily digital series featuring NASCAR, INDYCAR and IMSA drivers with NBC Sports commentators to preview the historic NASCAR/INDYCAR crossover weekend at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on July 4-5. The series runs through Friday, July 3.
NASCAR, ARCA, and NBC Sports announced broadcast coverage for select 2020 grassroots racing events across TrackPass on NBC Sports Gold and NBCSN, including events in the ARCA Menards Series East and West
NBC Sports announced today that long-time NASCAR analyst and team owner Brad Daugherty has joined its NASCAR commentary team. He is scheduled to make his debut with NBC Sports during the Michigan doubleheader weekend of August 8-9.
FOX NASCAR resumes its 20th consecutive season of coverage at historic Darlington Raceway on Sunday, May 17 (3:30 PM ET on FOX), with a live broadcast of the first NASCAR CUP SERIES race in 10 weeks. Sunday’s 400-mile event marks the first of seven races at two tracks across three series in the span of 10 days, all airing on the FOX family of networks and the FOX Sports app.
Monday morning United States President, Donald Trump took to twitter asking why NASCAR driver, Bubba Wallace has not apologized publicly about promoting the noose hoax in his garage stall three weeks ago at Talladega Superspeedway.
Although Kevin Harvick has said he loves his role as a broadcaster for Fox Sports in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, and hosting his own weekly Sirius XM NASCAR Radio Program, Happy Hours, he will be stepping away from both television and radio ahead of the 2020 season.
NASCAR and SPEED SPORT, America’s Motorsports authority since 1934, today announced a strategic digital partnership.