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NASCAR TV Schedule Sunday June 25, 2023

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It’s Sunday, June 25, which means it is NASCAR Cup Series Ally 400 race day at Nashville Superspeedway — here’s the full NASCAR TV Schedule for the day.

It has been a treacherous weekend at Nashville Superspeedway for NASCAR teams, and the NASCAR Cup Series drivers and teams will hope the 1.333-mile oval in Lebanon, Tennessee will be kind to them.

So far this weekend, four NASCAR Cup Series drivers have gone for spins in the on-track activity as Kyle Busch got things started with a spin in practice on Friday afternoon.

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Then on Saturday, three different drivers went for wild rides during NASCAR Cup Series qualifying. Corey LaJoie spun in Round 1, and slapped the outside wall, while Daniel Suarez and Bubba Wallace went for spins in Round 2.

Suarez suffered enough damage to warrant a backup car, so while he will be credited with the 10th starting spot, he’ll drop to the rear before the green flag.

Ross Chastain, Suarez’s Trackhouse Racing teammate, will roll from the pole in Sunday’s race, and Tyler Reddick — Wallace’s teammate — will start from the outside of row 1.

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Justin Haley, Joey Logano, and William Byron will start from the top five.

Sunday’s Television coverage will begin with NASCAR Cup Series RaceDay on FS1 at 2:00 PM ET.

Coverage will shift to NBC for the actual race broadcast at 7:00 PM ET.

NASCAR TV Schedule Sunday, June 25, 2023

TimeSeriesEventTV / Streaming
2:00 PM ETNASCAR Cup SeriesRaceDay (pre-race): Ally 400 at Nashville SuperspeedwayFS1
FOX Sports App
7:00 PM ETNASCAR Cup SeriesRace: Ally 400 at Nashville SuperspeedwayNBC
NBC Sports App
10:55 PM ETNASCAR Cup SeriesPost-Race Show: Ally 400 at Nashville SuperspeedwayPeacock
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 an award-winning writer, and has followed the sport as a fan since 1993.

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