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Cars are an obsession that plagues many. These beautifully designed machines are a sight to behold and those with a smidge more muscle to them, are beasts that reverberate with power. Everyone dreams of owning a fantastical vehicle of their own, from a Lamborghini to a Batmobile, the options are endless. However, only a few can afford them and even fewer still can drive them to their full potential.

Going from zero to 60 in less than three seconds, zooming by at a speed of 220 mph, these cars draw crowds wherever they go. They are so hard to come by, you’d be considered lucky if you get even a glimpse of these machines. To see them racing then is a treat. Thanks to NASCAR however, it is all within reach.

Racing is a sport like any other, and NASCAR is one of the only places where it’s truly appreciated. Featuring the best of cars and racers alike its fan base is increasing by the day. All it takes is one race for you to get hooked. Watching cars speeding full throttle in the bid to reach the finish line first is an experience like no other. As adrenaline courses through your veins, you too will understand what it’s all about.

It’s not surprising then that each week, it manages to attract crowds of 100,000 fans to the racetrack. And, this is not counting all the people coming in to watch practice sessions, BUSCH races, and qualifying sessions. Many more still, tune in to the races over their TVs. Getting a close-up look over the track and speeding cars accompanied with some of the best commentaries makes for an entertaining show.

NASCAR thus is quite a popular sport. In fact, when signing up for a cable TV subscription, many viewers look for the channels that broadcast it on their lineup. Its presence is a motivating factor in getting any plan, and Spectrum realizes this. Which is why they make sure to offer these channel to their users.

If you’re subscribed to Spectrum TV, you’ll easily be able to watch NASCAR. The only trouble you might face is navigating the channel guide to find the channel number of the network that airs them. But, that’s why we’re here, right? Keep reading and you’ll be able to tune in to NASCAR in no time!

Why NASCAR is So Popular?

Cars and racing, it kind of sells itself. However, while that may be enough to reel you in, it alone cannot keep you hooked and this is precisely where NASCAR does its magic.

NASCAR has done a remarkable job in making it a family-friendly sport. By turning it into a bonding opportunity, it engages family members of all ages, helping to create memorable moments that they can cherish.

What’s more, NASCAR is known to have produced some of the biggest icons the sports world has ever seen. By giving a platform to skilled racers, it has encouraged the talent and given it a space to prosper. This in turn has helped fuel their popularity among the masses.

With so much to offer, Spectrum couldn’t possibly miss out on the sport now, can it? Especially given how it goes above and beyond to bring its viewers sporting leagues like NBA, MLB, NFL, and NFL RedZone, and more. Offering NASCAR then is a given. If you too would like to view some hardcore racing with your family, you’ll find that Spectrum cable TV is the way to go. Here are the all details to get you started.

Channels that Broadcast NASCAR

If you want to watch NASCAR, you must have access to Fox, FS1, NBC, NBC Sports Network, and MAVTV. With these, you’ll be able to watch all the races and everything else that motorsports have to offer.

FOX and NBC share the rights for NASCAR Cup Series and Xfinity Cup Series races.

FOX has exclusive rights over the first half of the season of the NASCAR Cup Series and it splits its coverage over FOX and FS1. The same is the case for Xfinity Cup Series.

NBC, on the other hand, holds exclusive rights for the second half of the seasons which they broadcast on NBC and NBC Sports Network. What’s more, it also airs the Regional & Touring Series events.

Thus, if you watch the two series in their entirety, you’ll need access to Fox, FS1, NBC, NBC Sports Network.

MAVTV Motorsports Networks, on the other hand, lets you watch ARCA Racing Series by NASCAR, AMA Pro Motocross, and the Chili Bowl Nationals. The network is known for its exclusive line-up on motorsports events, so if you have access to this channel you can also view Late Model Dirt Series, Drag Boats, American Sprint Car Series, SRL Modifieds, Drifting, and Supercross.

Which Spectrum Cable Packages Lets You Watch NASCAR?

If you wish to watch NASCAR, you’ll need a plan that offers access to any of the channels — Fox, FS1, NBC, NBC Sports Network, and MAVTV — that broadcast NASCAR.

The good news is that each of Spectrum cable packages — Spectrum TV Select, Spectrum Silver package, and Spectrum Gold package — offer all these channels in their channel lineups. For people on a budget, this is a godsend. You can easily watch NASCAR Cup Series and a ton of another programming with Fox, FS1, NBC, NBCSN, and others for just $44.99 a month with Spectrum TV Select.

If you want MAVTV as well, you’ll need to upgrade your plan to Spectrum Gold. At $94.99 a month, it is on the expensive side but for hardcore NASCAR fans and sports buffs, it’s a small price to pay.

It’s worth noting that you can also stream the channels included in your lineup via the Spectrum TV App. All you need is  Spectrum Internet and you’re good to go.

Channel

Spectrum TV Select

Spectrum Silver

Spectrum Gold

FOX

Y

Y

Y

FS1

Y

Y

Y

NBC

Y

Y

Y

NBC Sports Network

Y

Y

Y

MAVTV

   

Y

What Channel is NASCAR on Spectrum?

Signing up with Spectrum TV is the best decision you could’ve made and as you use the service more, you’ll see how it brings the world to the tip of your fingers. It offers all the entertainment you could’ve ever dreamed of. From shows and movies to news and sports, they have it all. Their wide variety of channels ensure that you get access to all the popular networks and that too at affordable rates.

With Fox, FS1, NBC, and NBCSN included in the Spectrum channel lineup of all Spectrum TV plans, watching NASCAR Cup Series and Regional & Touring Series events can all be had for a price as low as $44.99 a month. That’s a great deal.

And, if you’d like to see the ARCA Racing Series by NASCAR, AMA Pro Motocross, and the Chili Bowl Nationals, a subscription to Spectrum TV Gold will get you that.

Final Words

There you go, watching NASCAR should be a piece of cake. With the table above you’ll have FOX, FS1, NBC, NBCSN, and MAVTV blaring on your TVs in no time. But the fun doesn’t end there.

Spectrum TV also gets you access to a myriad of sports channels. From ESPN to FOX Sports they have it all. And, if you want more, you can add their Sports Pack! It doesn’t get better than this.

Spectrum TV service is a great option to consider, and if you haven’t signed up with them already you might want to do so now. If you’re subscribed already though, take a look into upgrading your plan. It’ll take your viewing experience to a whole new level. To learn more, call Spectrum customer service and they’ll be able to tell you all you need to know.

Frequently Asked Questions

Which channels broadcast NASCAR?

Fox, FS1, NBC, NBCSN, and MAVTV air NASCAR events. So you’ll need access to some or all of them to watch NASCAR, which you can do cheaply via Spectrum TV.

Does Spectrum TV Select lineup include NBC?

Yes, all Spectrum cable packages offer access to NBC.

Which Spectrum TV plan offers MAVTV?

Only Spectrum TV Gold lineup offers MAVTV so if you want to access its content, you must subscribe to Gold.