Fans who tuned into FS1’s coverage of the Digital Ally 400 at Kansas Speedway on Saturday night were treated to one of the best 1.5-mile speedway races in quite some time. Brad Keselowski won in a dog-fight with Alex Bowman, Erik Jones, Clint Bowyer and Chase Elliott.
Although the race was a nail-biter, ratings actually decreased slightly for this event from a season ago.
The 2018 edition of the Kansas race scored a 1.23 rating, while the overnight rating for this year’s edition was a 1.17.
The top-five markets were: Richmond (4.6), Greenville (4.5), Greensboro (4.2), Charlotte (3.4) and Indianapolis (3.3).
➖ Top five markets:
1) Richmond: 4.6
2) Greenville: 4.5
3) Greensboro: 4.2
4) Charlotte: 3.4
5) Indianapolis: 3.3 pic.twitter.com/4lKNNehsi3
— Adam Stern (@A_S12) May 13, 2019
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