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NASCAR Television Schedule: Sunday, March 26, 2023

NASCAR TV schedule Sunday March 26 How to watch NASCAR on TV Sunday NASCAR COTA EchoPark Grand Prix TV
Here is the complete NASCAR TV schedule for Sunday, March 26, 2023. The NASCAR Cup Series will be in action for the EchoPark Grand Prix at COTA.

The moment we’ve all waited for all week long is here: NASCAR Cup Series race day. On Sunday, the NASCAR Cup Series will take to the 3.410-mile road course in Austin, Texas for the EchoPark Automotive Grand Prix.

The TV coverage on Sunday will begin with NASCAR RaceDay on FS1 before transitioning to FOX for the remainder of the pre-race show and the actual race.

William Byron, who has two victories so far in 2023, will start from the pole and Tyler Reddick will start alongside.

RELATED: NASCAR Cup Series EchoPark Automotive Grand Prix Starting Lineup

Several unique names are in the field including IMSA star Jordan Taylor (starts fourth), F1 World Champions Kimi Raikkonen (starts 22nd) and Jenson Button (starts 24th), and seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson (starts 31st).

Here is the full NASCAR Television Schedule for Sunday, March 26, 2023:


TimeSeriesEventTV / Streaming
2:00 PMNASCAR Cup SeriesRaceDay (pre-race show): EchoPark Automotive Grand Prix at COTAFS1
FOX Sports App
3:00 PMNASCAR Cup SeriesRaceDay (pre-race show): EchoPark Automotive Grand Prix at COTAFOX
FOX Sports App
3:30 PMNASCAR Cup SeriesRace: EchoPark Automotive Grand Prix at COTAFOX
FOX Sports App

We have listed the official streaming app from the channel that will be carrying the events. To utilize these specific streaming apps, you will need to have a valid cable login with a package that includes the channel requirement needed to watch the event.

Other streaming services such as YouTube TV, Sling, or others are also great ways to keep up with the racing action on the go.

Toby Christie
Toby Christie
Toby is the Founder, and Editor-in-Chief of Toby is also the co-host of The Final Lap Weekly Podcast. Additionally, he is a NMPA (National Motorsports Press Association) award-winning writer, and has followed the sport as a fan since 1993.

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