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NASCAR going to streaming is a hot topic, but did you know that every NASCAR race is able to be streamed nowadays? It’s not through traditional streaming services, at least not yet, but there are avenues for you to stream NASCAR races on your phone. Here are all of those avenues.

FOX Sports/NBC Sports App

NASCAR fans can sign in via their TV provider and stream NASCAR wherever they want to live. If a race is on FOX or FS1, you can use the FOX Sports App, and if a race is on NBC and USA you can use the NBC Sports App for most races. Peacock holds the streaming rights for the Cup Series at Chicago, Daytona, and the Championship race at Phoenix, and they hold it in the Xfinity Series at Road America, Michigan, Kansas, and Homestead.

It’s an easy way to stream NASCAR on your phone wherever you are at. It may not be as easily accessible on the NBC side for some races, but the vast majority can be streamed at no charge to the customer.

Maybe this could be an avenue to NASCAR getting into streaming for good, but it is nice to have while it is here. It also follows the general pattern that most TV channels follow with sporting events. Generally, the events are available on the app.

Streaming TV Services.

For those who want to cut the cord, but are concerned with losing programming such as NASCAR races, there are plenty of TV services out there that do not require cable. This also means that NASCAR races are available on your phone via any of these apps for these TV services. Here is a list of a few of them that offer NBC, FOX, USA, FS1, and FS2 for all NASCAR related content.

Fubo TV

Fubo TV is a TV service that markets mainly on sports, so all sports channels are on the service. NBC, FOX, FS1, FS2, and USA are all available on the platform. The service costs $74.99, which is a bit more expensive than other services.

YouTube TV

YouTube TV is diving deeper into live sports with the recent acquisition of NFL Sunday Ticket. It features every channel that NASCAR is on, and it is slightly less money than Fubo TV. YouTube TV costs $64.99 per month.

Hulu + Live TV

Hulu + Live TV only is $69.99 per month, and it offers every channel that NASCAR is on. There is the option to get Disney+ and ESPN+ with Hulu + Live TV, but there is no real benefit to NASCAR fans because there is no NASCAR related programming on those services.


This is the only traditional streaming service that NASCAR is on right now. As was mentioned above, select NASCAR Cup Series and Xfinity Series races are streamed on Peacock while being simulcast on NBC or USA. Peacock is currently $4.99 per month.

Sometimes there even is extended pre-race or post-race coverage on Peacock as well. If you are interested in some of that extra coverage, Peacock offers some of that extra coverage that may not always be shown on TV.

There are options if you want to stream NASCAR on your phone, even if that is not via the traditional streaming services. This may become more common as time goes on, especially if NASCAR elects to move to streaming.

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