What Time and Channel Is the Nascar Race on Today?

Author Bessie Fanetti

Posted Jan 11, 2023

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If you’re a NASCAR racing fan, one of the questions you’ve probably been asking yourself is “what time and channel is the NASCAR race on today?” Well, wether you are looking to enjoy a race from the comfort of your home or join the live crowd in person, the good news is that NASCAR has announced its 2021 schedule, which can be found on their website.

For those who would like to watch NASCAR races from home, all 41 races for 2021 will be broadcasted on Fox Sports or Fox Sports 1 (FS1). A majority of the NASCAR Cup Series races will air on FOX or FS1. Depending on whether it is an early season or late season race, it may be an over the air broadcast or a cable TV type broadcast. For example, Daytona 500 will be aired over-the-air in 2020 while other races during that year were aired by way cable TV provider. The times and channels of particular races will also depend if they are being aired on FS1, FOX or NBC as well as if they are eastern start times or pacific start times.

For example, this weekends' NASCAR Cup Series race at Darlington Raceway with take place on Sunday May 9th and it will air live on FS1. It has a scheduled green flag time for 3:00 pm ET (12:00 pm PT). If you check out their website there should be types of media content available such as television listings so you can know when exactly each race starts when it airs live.

In conclusion, if you are wanting to know what time and channel a particular NASCAR race is running this year you can use these tips to help narrow down your search. Check out the official website for listings so you can easily find out where and when a specific race airs for greater convenience!

What day and time is the next NASCAR race?

The next NASCAR race will take place on Sunday, February 16th at 2:30 PM EST. The actual race is both sanctioned and owned by the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing, or NASCAR. This is the first race of a 36-race season and takes place at the iconic Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida. The track is famous for its spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean and is known as the “World Center of Racing.” Throughout its history, it's seen over 60 years of motor sports history unfold through memorable photograph finishes, races that have been won or lost by mere inches, and record-breaking performances.

The Daytona 500 will be one of the largest spectacles in all of motor sports with an ever-growing crowd baseline of more than 100,000 attendees from all over the world. Each year since 1959, “The Great American Race” has been held within this historic venue to give attendees an experience unlike any other. The 2021 event will mark six decades as NASCAR’s most prestigious event that attracts race enthusiasts from every corner of the globe. From professional to amateur level racers who span across all ages, genders, cultural backgrounds and sports have attended this celebrated ceremony throughout its history which proudly features all types of motorsport competitors, coming together to witness this historic event on one final occasion each year to share their passion by watching what they love unfold before their eyes while they scream with applause or sadness as new records are broken through trusted results recorded through time trials and heats held within individual heats throughout every day leading up to that fateful Sunday where legendary levels are achieved each year within this remarkable venue.

What station/channel is the NASCAR race airing on?

With the NASCAR season in full swing, it is important to know when and where all the exciting races are being broadcasted. As an avid racing fan, you don’t want to miss a single race, so knowing which network your race is airing on can help make sure you never have to miss a race.

Finding the channel or station that the NASCAR race is airing on typically just requires a quick google search of the schedule. Unless you are attending a live race in person, then the television broadcast schedule is generally available online. Depending on where you live and which region’s broadcast rights your regional cable service provider has purchased, NASCAR races air on either FOX channels, NBC channels or FS1 (Fox Sports 1).

For example, this weekend's Championship Race at Phoenix Raceway airs at 2:00pm EST and is being aired on NBC in the United States. The qualifying, practice and qualifying-dual races will also be aired by NBC throughout earlier part of this week leading up to Sunday's championship showcase.

Choosing not to miss any of these exciting events has never been easier! With just a quick search through your local cable provider’s TV guide for NASCAR broadcasts or by doing an internet search for its official TV schedule, you can find what station/channel your favorite NASCAR race airs on! This can help ensure that you are always able to join fellow racing fans in watching all of the thrilling action as it unfolds at each and every event on the official NASCAR calendar!

What is the start time for the NASCAR race this weekend?

This weekend is a sure to be an exciting one for NASCAR fans all over the world. The schedule will be jam-packed and the anticipation is building for the start time of the race set to kick off this Sunday.

The green flag will wave at 3:30 pm Eastern Time (ET). While plenty of action will have happened before, with all the pre-race activities set to begin, this is when fans get to really experience what they come for. Each race usually runs anywhere between three to four hours; however NASCAR officials can call an official ending at any time after two-and-a half hours or 150 laps are completed.

For those interested in watching the race, group qualifying for Sunday’s event can be viewed starting Saturday at 12:35 pm ET on FS1, and pre-race coverage begins Sunday from 2:00 pm ET until 3:00 pm ET on both FOX and FS1. All times are subject to change depending on weather and other circumstances, so stay updated for any changes this weekend!

What track is hosting the NASCAR race this weekend?

This weekend, the NASCAR series is headed to Darlington Raceway in South Carolina for the Goodyear 400. This event will mark the return of traditional Labor Day weekend racing to ‘The Lady in Black’, located near Florence, SC.

The half-mile egg-shaped oval was opened in 1950, and hosted NASCAR’s first Southern 500 in 1951. Since that time it has become a true icon of the sport, with its challenging 12 degrees of banking through both turns and unique layout providing an exciting racing experience.

The event this weekend features two stages that are broken up into 100 laps each. The first stage will feature an intermission to allow for pit stop at lap 30, and then resuming for another 70 laps before coming back into the pits again at lap 100. Drivers must be aware of turn 4 as it leads drivers onto pit road after completing Stage 1. The second stage is set with drivers getting back onto the track before continuing on another 100 laps before finishing off with another trip to pit road after lap 200 during Stage 2-flag time delivery when leaving pit road.

From start-to-finish, this race promises to be full of excitement and twists and turns throughout its duration. Keep an eye on this weekend’s contenders as they compete around Darlington Raceway to make it across the finish line first in this historic venue!

Who is the broadcast network airing the NASCAR race this weekend?

This weekend, racing fans can cheer on their favorite drivers during the NASCAR race hosted by Fox Sports. This broadcast will be aired entirely on Fox and its family of networks, beginning on Sunday June 13th at 3pm ET.

For viewers in the United States, including Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, Fox is the place to go to catch all of the action live. However, international race fans won’t need to worry either: FX International will also be airing this event for every major international country or region that is not part of the U.S. or Canada. This makes it easy for race fans from all over the world to keep up with all the twists and turns of an exciting NASCAR event from wherever they may be located.

Fox Sports is upping excitement levels by offering exclusive perks for those tuning in beginning this Friday at 5:00 p.m., with a special one-hour pre-race show that is sure to whet the appetites of any racing enthusiast who may have been previously unaware of all that Fox Sports has to offer when it comes NASCAR coverage. As an added bonus, viewers can receive additional pre-race show insights as well as post-ence coverage direct from their television screens when they tune into this weekend’s live broadcast!

So there you have it fellow viewers- don’t miss out on all the action and be sure stay tuned into FOX this coming Sunday at 3pm Eastern Sunday June 13th and follow along with every turn in NASCAR excitement sure to come your way!

Bessie Fanetti

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Bessie Fanetti is an avid traveler and food enthusiast, with a passion for exploring new cultures and cuisines. She has visited over 25 countries and counting, always on the lookout for hidden gems and local favorites. In addition to her love of travel, Bessie is also a seasoned marketer with over 20 years of experience in branding and advertising.

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