Some Recent News (maybe a nugget or two a day for now):

  • Gaunt Brothers Racing still planning partial schedule: After speculation on a Reddit thread about #96 Gaunt Brothers' 2019 plans, Parker Kligerman posted, "I think we should just release our schedule. We plan to do 13 in total all year, [road courses], [superspeedways] and a couple others. ".(4-19-2019)

  • Richmond TV ratings UPDATE: NASCAR Cup Series racing from Richmond (Va.) delivered a 1.8 overnight rating on FOX, up a tick from last year (1.7), but down a third from 2017 (3.3). It was the sixth of nine races this season to post an increase in the metered markets. Despite the bump, the 1.8 is tied as the second-lowest for a Cup Series race on broadcast television since at least 2000.(Sports Media Watch)(4-14-2019)
    UPDATE: NASCAR Cup Series racing from Richmond earned a 1.7 rating and 2.79 million viewers on FOX, down a tick in ratings and 8% in viewership from last year (1.8, 3.03M) and down 41% and 39% respectively from 2017 (2.9, 4.58M). The 1.7 rating is tied as the lowest for a Cup Series race on broadcast television since at least 2000, matching last year’s fall Kansas race on NBC. This is the second straight year the race has tied a broadcast ratings low. NASCAR has had more increases than usual this season, and average viewership is up 2% for the seven races on the FOX broadcast network (from 5.14M to 5.23M).(Sports Media Watch)(4-19-2019)

  • Higher bid expected for International Speedway Corporation: NASCAR is about to make an increased offer to acquire [International Speedway Corporation], upping it from $42 a share to $47, per a new report from Street Insider, which calls the move 'imminent'(Sports Business Journal's Adam Stern)(4-18-2019)

  • All-Star Race format announceed: Race fans looking for a glimpse into the future need look no further than this year’s Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway. As demonstrated throughout its illustrious history, NASCAR’s annual all-star spectacular will again provide the platform for the world’s greatest stock car drivers to compete for $1 million dollars, while race teams will get a real-world experience with technical components that could be implemented in the next generation car. The next step in the all-star evolution was unveiled on Wednesday. NASCAR and Charlotte Motor Speedway announced the format and technical specifications for the 2019 edition, a race that will feature some tried and true measures, as well as a potential glimpse into the Gen-7 future.(More)(4-17-2019)

  • Click on the race headings below to go to individual race pages.

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Truck Series Off Week

Cup race countdown

Talladega Superspeedway
4/28/2019 ~2:20pm/et

Upcoming weekend at-track schedules

  • Talladega (added 3/29)
  • Dover (updated 4/10)
  • Kansas - Not available yet
  • All-Star Weekend - Not available yet
  • Charlotte (updated 4/10)
  • Pocono (added 4/9)
  • Michigan (added 4/9)
  • Iowa (added 4/9)
  • Sonoma (added 4/9)
  • Chicago - Not available yet
  • Daytona (added 4/9)
  • Kentucky - Not available yet
  • New Hampshire - Not available yet
  • Pocono - Not available yet
  • Watkins Glen (added 4/9)

Eariler 2019 season races

Results from races earlier in the year can be found here.