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What Channel is Nascar on Spectrum?

what channel is Nascar on Spectrum

There is a thing about NASCAR racing, once you start watching, it’s hard to not get obsessed. The adrenaline rush experienced may not be the same as experienced by the driver, but it’s there. Fans who have decided to honor social distancing are found watching NASCAR on Spectrum on the weekends. Ready to watch the 2021 NASCAR series at home? This guide reveals where the events are airing.

NASCAR’s History

The National American for Stock Car Auto Racing is an American auto racing company founded by Bill France Sr. and Jim France, his son. Headquartered in Daytona Beach, FL, the company sanctions over 1500 races at hundred tracks in the 48 states of America. NASCAR races are also sanctioned in Europe, Mexico, and Canada.

Bill France was a mechanic and auto repair shop owner who moved to Florida from Washington DC during the Great Depression. The Daytona area was a well-known spot for racing enthusiasts for a long time. Soon, France became involved in racing cars. He witnessed that racing rules varied from event to event and dishonest promotions dominated the races. He felt the need for establishing a governing body for sanctioning and promoting racing. Hence, he gathered key members from the racing community and pitched his idea. The result – NASCAR was born in 1948!

How and Where to Watch NASCAR on Spectrum?

NASCAR series is broadcasted on multiple networks including FOX, FOX Sports, NBC, NBC Sports Network, ESPN, and MAVTV. All these channels are available on Spectrum.

So, there is no one particular NASCAR channel on Spectrum cable. You may watch the cup series, regional events, and other shows on the networks mentioned above. However, for that, you must know the NASCAR schedule and at which network your favorite show or series are going to air. Also, you can check the other Spectrum cable lineup here.

Nascar Channel on Spectrum Cable

Almost all Spectrum cable packages cover networks broadcasting the NASCAR race. Even if you have the basic tier, i.e. the TV Select plan, you should be able to catch all NASCAR events and programming since it covers NBC, FOX, ESPN, and FOX Sports 1.

With the basic tier, you would be all set to watch NASCAR on Spectrum. The best part is, you can also watch the events live on the go via the Spectrum TV app.

Just make sure you have access to the sports streaming guide.

Other Popular NASCAR Series to Catch Up With

NASCAR events are addicting. A Laker Game fan can relate. Once the game is over, you end up being obsessed with the replays and winning players. So after the racing events are over if you are craving for more, these are the top shows and events to follow:

Xfinity Series

After the cup series, the Xfinity Series is the 2nd largest NASCAR competition. The series started in 1982 with the sponsorship of Budweiser. Now, the series is sponsored by Comcast through its brand Xfinity, hence the name.

This series usually has fewer races and prize money is lower as well. For most players, the Xfinity race is like a warm-up race to the cup event, which is why the cup drivers are often found participating in the Xfinity races. Effective 2019, cup drivers having more than 5 years of experience in the cup series could only participate in seven Xfinity races per season. Moreover, the drivers who qualified for the cup playoffs from the previous season aren’t allowed to compete in a few Xfinity races.

Camping World Truck Series

This series features modified pickup trucks. Veteran drivers with moderate success in the cups and other races found the Camping World Truck Series quite revitalizing for their careers.

ARCA Menards Series

It is a racing series featuring big touring and local racing series tracks. It is a Midwestern series. The series was privately owned for sixty years but in 2018, it was acquired by NASCAR.

International Series

There are some international series too which include PEAK Mexico, Whelen Euro, and Pinty’s.

Final Words

Prepare yourself to catch exclusive coverage of the cup series at the NASCAR channel on Spectrum cable. Invite your friends over the weekend, grab your favorite snacks and drinks from the grocery store and prepare to have a great time.

Not a Spectrum customer? Call customer support to learn more about the Spectrum cable plans available in your region.

From LMN, History Channel, ABC, Disney, MTV, to Paramount Network and other popular networks, Spectrum’s channel lineup has something for everyone!

 

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