NASCAR Races to Air on CW Network Ahead of Schedule

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In a surprising move, the CW Network is set to broadcast NASCAR Xfinity Series races starting in 2024, a year earlier than planned. Originally scheduled for 2025, the CW’s coverage will now kick off with the final eight races of the 2024 season, beginning on September 20th at Bristol Motor Speedway.

These races will be produced by NBC Sports, with Rick Allen leading the commentary alongside analysts Jeff Burton and Steve Letarte. The CW’s President, Dennis Miller, expressed excitement about the opportunity to showcase the thrilling action of NASCAR ahead of schedule.

The decision to accelerate the partnership was welcomed by NASCAR’s Senior Vice President of Media and Productions, Brian Herbst, who praised the collaborative efforts of all involved in bringing live NASCAR racing to viewers.

Rick Cordella, President of NBC Sports, also emphasized the strong partnership with NASCAR and extended a warm welcome to the CW as part of the NASCAR broadcast family.

The move is seen as a strategic step to transition fans to the CW as the exclusive home of the NASCAR Xfinity Series from 2025 through the 2031 season.

NASCAR Races to Air on CW Network Ahead of Schedule

This sneak peek of NASCAR Xfinity Series races on the CW will feature NBC Sports’ acclaimed NASCAR production, providing fans with an early taste of what’s to come.

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Here is the schedule for the NASCAR Xfinity Series races on the CW in 2024:

  • September 20: Bristol Motor Speedway
  • September 28: Kansas Speedway
  • October 5: Talladega Superspeedway
  • October 12: Charlotte Roval
  • October 19: Las Vegas Motor Speedway
  • October 26: Homestead-Miami Speedway
  • November 2: Martinsville Speedway
  • November 9: Championship at Phoenix Raceway

Each race will be preceded by pre-race coverage, giving fans ample opportunity to get ready for the excitement on the track. This unexpected move by the CW promises to bring even more thrills to NASCAR fans across the country.

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