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How to Watch NASCAR This Weekend at Richmond/Road America (TV Schedule)

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The NASCAR circus concludes the month of July this weekend with racing at two different race tracks. The Cup Series and Truck Series moves on to Richmond Raceway in Virginia, and the Xfinity Series moves on to Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin.

Xfinity Series: Road America 180 @ Road America

When: Saturday, July 30, 3:00 PM ET

How to Watch: NBC OR Streaming on Peacock

How to Listen: Sirius XM NASCAR Radio Channel 90 OR on your local MRN affiliate.

What to Watch For: This is race one in a “Road course swing” for the NASCAR Xfinity Series, with three of the next four races being on road courses. A total of 38 cars are entered including Cup Series driver A.J. Allmendinger, but defending winner, Ty Gibbs, is not entered. Seven races remain before the Playoffs, and Riley Herbst (+26) still holds the final Playoff spot over Parker Kligerman (-26).

Craftsman Truck Series: Worldwide Express 250 @ Richmond Raceway

When: Saturday, July 29, 7:30 PM ET

How to Watch: FS1

How to Listen: Sirius XM NASCAR Radio Channel 90 OR on your local MRN affiliate.

What to Watch For: This is the regular season finale for the Craftsman Truck Series. All current winners (Corey Heim, Zane Smith, Christian Eckes, Grant Enfinger, Carson Hocevar, and Ben Rhodes) are locked in alongside Ty Majeski on points. The bubble battle has Matt Dibenedetto (+31), Nicholas Sanchez (+21), Matt Crafton (+9), Stewart Friesen (-9), Tanner Gray, (-47), Chase Purdy (-54). Everyone else needs to win in order to make the Playoffs.

Cup Series: Cook Out 400 @ Richmond Raceway

When: Sunday, July 30, 3:00 PM ET

How to Watch: USA OR Streaming on the NBC Sports App

How to Listen: Sirius XM NASCAR Radio Channel 90 OR on your local MRN affiliate.

What to Watch For: Five races remain in the Cup Series regular season heading into Richmond. Ryan Newman is the most notable entry as he will driver the 51 car for Rick Ware Racing. If there is no new winner this weekend, everyone with one race win (Ross Chastain, Cristopher Bell, Ryan Blaney, Joey Logano, Tyler Reddick, and Ricky Stenhouse Jr.) will all officially clinch Playoff berths.

Richmond Raceway highlights the postseason coming soon for all involved with NASCAR. This weekend is also a great place for some retaliation under certain circumstances.

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