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You can watch NASCAR live at Fox, FS1, USA Network, and NBC on Spectrum TV.

Fox and CBS currently own the broadcast right to NASCAR Cup Series and NASCAR Xfinity Series in the US. NASCAR Cup Series races will air on Fox and FS1 from February 4 to June 9, 2024 and on USA Network and NBC from June 16 to November 10.

Whether you’re watching the entire NASCAR Cup Series or just want to catch the playoffs, here you’ll find where to watch each NASCAR race.

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NASCAR TV Coverage

You can watch all national NASCAR competitions on Fox, FS1, USA Network, and NBC.

FOX and NBC share the rights for NASCAR Cup Series and Xfinity Series races. FOX has exclusive rights over the first halves of NASCAR Cup Series and Xfinity Series. It splits its coverage over Fox and FS1. On the other hand, NBC holds exclusive rights for the second halves of NASCAR Cup Series and Xfinity Cup Series. Races are broadcast on NBC and USA Network.

NASCAR CRAFTSMAN Truck Series races mostly air on FS1 with a few aired on Fox. ARCA Menards Series races air on FS1 and FS2.

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NASCAR Schedule on Spectrum

NASCAR Cup Series broadcasts are spread between Fox, FS1, USA Network, and NBC. Here’s where to watch each NASCAR race on Spectrum TV.

Regular Season (Feb. 4 - Sept. 1)

Race Date Time Channel
Busch Light Clash at The Coliseum February 4 8:00 PM ET Fox
Bluegreen Vacations Duel 1 at DAYTONA February 15 7:00 PM ET FS1
Bluegreen Vacations Duel 2 at DAYTONA February 15 7:00 PM ET FS1
DAYTONA 500 February 18 2:30 PM ET Fox
Ambetter Health 400 February 25 3:00 PM ET Fox
Pennzoil 400 presented by Jiffy Lube March 3 3:30 PM ET Fox
Shriners Children’s 500 March 10 3:30 PM ET Fox
Food City 500 March 17 3:30 PM ET Fox
EchoPark Automotive Grand Prix March 24 3:30 PM ET Fox
Toyota Owners 400 March 31 7:00 PM ET Fox
NASCAR Cup Series Spring Race at Martinsville April 7 3:00 PM ET FS1
AutoTrader EchoPark Automotive 400 April 14 3:30 PM ET FS1
GEICO 500 April 21 3:00 PM ET Fox
Würth 400 April 28 2:00 PM ET FS1
AdventHealth 400 May 5 3:00 PM ET FS1
Goodyear 400 May 12 3:00 PM ET FS1
NASCAR All-Star Open May 19 8:00 PM ET FS1
NASCAR All-Star Race May 19 8:00 PM ET FS1
Coca-Cola 600 May 26 6:00 PM ET Fox
Enjoy Illinois 300 presented by TicketSmarter June 2 3:30 PM ET FS1
Toyota / Save Mart 350 June 9 3:30 PM ET Fox
Iowa Corn 350, Powered by Ethanol June 16 7:00 PM ET USA Network
NASCAR Cup Series Race at New Hampshire June 23 2:30 PM ET USA Network
Ally 400 June 30 3:30 PM ET NBC
Grant Park 165 July 7 4:30 PM ET NBC
HighPoint.com 400 July 14 2:30 PM ET USA Network
Brickyard 400 July 21 2:30 PM ET NBC
Cook Out 400 August 11 6:00 PM ET USA Network
FireKeepers Casino 400 August 18 2:30 PM ET USA Network
Coke Zero Sugar 400 August 24 7:30 PM ET NBC
Cook Out Southern 500 September 1 6:00 PM ET USA Network

Playoffs: Round of 16

Race

Date

Time

Channel

Quaker State 400 available at Walmart

September 8

3:00 PM ET

USA Network

Go Bowling at The Glen

September 15

3:00 PM ET

USA Network

Bass Pro Shops Night Race

September 21

7:30 PM ET

USA Network

Playoffs: Round of 12

Race

Date

Time

Channel

Hollywood Casino 400

September 29

3:00 PM ET

USA Network

YellaWood 500

October 6

2:00 PM ET

NBC

Bank of America ROVAL 400

October 13

2:00 PM ET

NBC

Playoffs: Round of 8

Race

Date

Time

Channel

South Point 400

October  20

3:00 PM ET

USA Network

NASCAR Cup Series Race at Homestead-Miami

October 27

2:00 PM ET

NBC

NASCAR Cup Series Playoff Race at Martinsville

November 3

2:00 PM ET

NBC

Playoffs: Championship 4

Race

Date

Time

Channel

South Point 400

November 10

3:00 PM ET

USA Network

Which Spectrum Cable Packages Let You Watch NASCAR?

To watch NASCAR on TV in 2024, you’ll need Fox, FS1, USA Network, and NBC in your channel lineup.

Spectrum TV Select Signature ($64.99/mo. for 12 mos. Availability varies by location) and Spectrum TV Select Plus ($74.99/mo. for 12 mos. Availability varies by location) packages include Fox, FS1, USA Network, and NBC. Mi Plan Latino package includes Fox, USA Network, and NBC but doesn’t have FS1.

You can also stream NASCAR accessing Fox, FS1, USA Network, and NBC on Spectrum TV App. You’ll have to be connected to Spectrum Internet to stream Spectrum TV.

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The Takeaway

You can watch every NASCAR 2024 race on Spectrum TV at Fox, FS1, USA Network, and NBC. The first half of the NASCAR Cup Series and Xfinity Series will air on Fox and FS1 while the seconds half will air on USA Network, and NBC.

Spectrum TV plans include all NASCAR TV channels, except Mi Plan Latino, which doesn’t include FS1. Call Spectrum customer service at 855-423-0918 learn more.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I watch NASCAR on Spectrum?

Yes. Spectrum TV carries all the channels you need to catch national NASCAR races.

What channel is NASCAR on Spectrum today?

NASCAR 2024 races are scheduled to air on Fox, Fox Sports 1, USA Network, and NBC. See the NASCAR TV schedule above to find the channel airing NASCAR race today.

Which channels broadcast NASCAR?

Fox, Fox Sports 1, USA Network, and NBC air NASCAR events. However, 2024 if the last year of the current broadcast deal. From 2025 to 2031, Prime Video and TNT Sports will also carry NASCAR events.

Is NASCAR racing on ESPN?

No, ESPN doesn’t currently have broadcast rights to NASCAR. You can watch NASCAR 2024 races on Fox, Fox Sports 1, USA Network, and NBC.

Is NASCAR on free TV?

You can watch NASCAR races on on Fox, USA Network, and NBC with an over the air antenna. Most NASCAR CRAFTSMAN Truck Series races and some NASCAR Cup Series and NASCAR Xfinity Series races air on FS1, which is a pay TV channels. You need to cable TV to catch all NASCAR races.

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