Nashville: NASCAR Weekend Schedule, Race Start Time, TV/Streaming Info

This weekend the NASCAR Cup, Xfinity, and Craftsman Truck Series will all be in action at Nashville.

Nashville Superspeedway is a 1.330-mile concreate oval located in Wilson County, Tennessee. The track returned to the schedule in 2021.

On track activity begins on Friday with a slue of truck activity culminating with the Rackley Roofing 200. Saturday sees Xfinity Series action highlighted by the Tennessee Lottery 250 along with Cup Series practice and Qualifying. The weekend concludes with the Cup Series running the Ally 400 on Sunday.

Below fans can see the entire NASCAR weekend schedule for Nashville along with the previous winners and weather.

Nashville Superspeedway Weekend Schedule

* All times Eastern

Friday June 28

4:30 pm Craftsman Truck Series Practice, TV/Streaming: FS2
5:00 pm Craftsman Truck Series Qualifying, TV/Streaming: FS2 Pole: Stewart Friesen, Starting Lineup
8:00 pm Craftsman Truck Series Rackley Roofing 200, TV/Streaming: FS2; Radio: MRN, SiriusXM Winner: Christian Eckes, Results

Saturday June 29

12:00 pm Xfinity Series Practice, TV/Streaming: USA, NBC Sports App
12:30 pm Xfinity Series Qualifying, TV/Streaming: USA, NBC Sports App Pole: Ty Gibbs, Starting Lineup
2:05 pm Cup Series Practice, TV/Streaming: USA, NBC Sports App; Radio: PRN, SiriusXM
2:50 pm Cup Series Qualifying, TV/Streaming: USA, NBC Sports App; Radio: PRN, SiriusXM Pole: Denny Hamlin, Starting Lineup
5:00 pm Xfinity Series Tennessee Lottery 250, TV/Streaming: USA, NBC Sports App; Radio: PRN, SiriusXM Winner: John Hunter Nemechek, Results

Sunday June 30 

3:30 pm Cup Series Ally 400, TV/Streaming: NBC, USA Sports App; Radio: PRN, SiriusXM Winner: Joey Logano, Results

Previous Winners

Cup Series: Ross Chastain (2023)
Xfinity Series: AJ Allmendinger (2023)
Craftsman Truck Series: Carson Hocevar (2023)

Weather

This weekend at Nashville Superspeedway fans will feel the heat. Humidity will be at 60% for the weekend with low-to-mid 90s on the temperature gauge. Sunday is the biggest concern for rain at 40% though Friday and Saturday could also see a wet track.

John Bman
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Founder and Owner of Tireball Sports.

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