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How to Watch NASCAR at Nashville This Weekend

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NASCAR is back this weekend after its only off-weekend. All three series will descend upon Nashville Superspeedway for the third time in history, and NBC will begin its slate broadcasting Cup and Xfinity. Here is how to watch this weekend.

Craftsman Truck Series: Rackley Roofing 200

When: Friday, June 23, 8:00 PM ET

Where to Watch: FS1 OR on the FOX Sports App

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Where to Listen: Sirius XM NASCAR Radio Channel 90 OR on your local MRN affiliate (Find your local affiliate here)

What to Watch for: There are now only four races left in the Craftsman Truck Series regular season, and the race for the Playoffs is entering its final stages. No Cup Series drivers are on the entry list, so this weekend is wide open for someone to take home a coveted spot. Six drivers find themselves within a race of the final playoff spot (Matt Crafton, Stewart Friesen, Matt DiBenedetto, Tanner Gray, Nicholas Sanchez, and Chase Purdy).

Xfinity Series: Tennessee Lottery 250

When: Saturday, June 24, 3:30 PM ET

Where to Watch: USA OR on the NBC Sports App

Where to Listen: Sirius XM NASCAR Radio Channel 90 OR on your local PRN affiliate (Find your local affiliate here)

What to Watch for: The Xfinity Series is still 12 races away from the postseason, but the bubble is close with five drivers within one race of the postseason (Sam Mayer, Riley Herbst, Daniel Hemric, Parker Kligerman, and Brandon Jones). The entry list is a stacked one with Cup drivers Ty Dillon, AJ Allmendinger, and Ty Gibbs. Truck Series drivers Zane Smith and Carson Hocevar will be pulling double duty this weekend as well.

Cup Series: Ally 400

When: Sunday, July 25, 7:00 PM ET

Where to Watch: NBC OR on the NBC Sports App

Where to Listen: Sirius XM NASCAR Radio Channel 90 OR on your local PRN affiliate (Find your local affiliate here)

What to Watch For: The Cup Series is back after its’ only off-weekend. Chase Elliott is a driver to watch as the defending race winner, and being in a must-win situation to make the playoffs. 11 drivers are within one spot of the Playoffs, but, with competition being as close as it is, wins are everything for these race teams.

Tripleheader weekends are always fun, and Nashville is a race that fans have come to embrace. It should be a great weekend at the race track, and hopefully the races deliver.

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