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NASCAR Television Schedule: Saturday, May 13, 2023

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Here is the complete NASCAR TV schedule for Saturday, May 13th including what channel the programming is on and the time that the events will go live.

Alright, after a fun Friday night of NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series racing at Darlington Raceway, it’s time for the NASCAR Xfinity Series to take center stage with the Shriners Children’s 200 on Saturday.

Saturday’s on-track activity will begin quite early in the morning with the NASCAR Cup Series practice and qualifying for the Goodyear 400 at Darlington.

After Cup practice and qualifying are completed, it will be time for the NASCAR Xfinity Series race.

John Hunter Nemechek will roll from the pole in the Xfinity Series race in the No. 20 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota Supra, and he will be joined by his teammate and winner of the last NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Dover Motor Speedway — Ryan Truex.

Click here for the full starting lineup for the NASCAR Xfinity Series Shriners Children’s 200 at Darlington.

Saturday’s NASCAR TV coverage will begin on FS1 at 10:30 AM ET. At 1:00 PM ET the day’s coverage will shift to main FOX, as the NASCAR Xfinity Series pre-race and race are on the big network.

Here is the full NASCAR Television Schedule for Saturday, May 13, 2023:


TimeSeriesEventTV / Streaming
4:30 AM ETNASCARRaceHub: Best of Radioactive at DarlingtonFS1
FOX Sports App
5:30 AM ETNASCAR Craftsman Truck SeriesRace (re-air): Buckle Up South Carolina 200 at DarlingtonFS1
FOX Sports App
10:30 AM ETNASCAR Cup SeriesPractice and Qualifying: Goodyear 400 at DarlingtonFS1
FOX Sports App
1:00 PM ETNASCAR Xfinity SeriesRaceDay (Pre-Race): Shriners Children's 200 at DarlingtonFOX
FOX Sports App
1:30 PM ETNASCAR Xfinity SeriesRace: Shriners Children's 200 at DarlingtonFOX
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 Christiehttp://tobychristie.com
Toby is the Founder, and Editor-in-Chief of TobyChristie.com. 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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