NASCAR’s new cable home during NBC’s portion of the 2022 season has officially been announced.
With NBCSN going dark on December 31, 2021, NASCAR will move to USA Network in races that NBC covers that don’t land on NBC’s network broadcast.
“We are excited to transition the cable coverage of many of our premium sports events to USA Network, Peacock, and other widely-distributed NBCUniversal platforms, which will give us a significant boost in television homes and will put us in an even stronger position as we grow our business,” said Pete Bevacqua, Chairman, NBC Sports in a press release.
Additionally, the release from NBC Sports states that NASCAR Cup Series and NASCAR Xfinity Series races broadcast on USA Network will be available for streaming on Peacock in 2022, as well.
USA Network will begin their robust sports offering, which also includes IndyCar, the Olympics, Premier League Soccer, Golf, College Sports, Horse Racing, Cycling and more on January 1, 2022.
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