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NASCAR TV Schedule: Sunday, July 3, 2022 (Cup Series Race Day at Road America)

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NASCAR TV Schedule Sunday, July 3, 2022 Road America NASCAR Cup Series Kwik Trip 250 TV
Here is the NASCAR TV Schedule for Road America on Sunday, July 3, 2022.

We have made it, Sunday is here! It’s NASCAR Cup Series Kwik Trip 250 race day at Road America.

Chase Elliott is on the pole for the race and he’ll have Chase Briscoe lined up on the outside of the front row (Full starting lineup here).

First up, FS1 will have their pre-race show NASCAR RaceDay, then the coverage will swap over to USA Network, who will have the pre-race, the race and the post-race show.

Here is the schedule, so you don’t miss any of the NASCAR Cup Series action on Sunday, July 3rd:


12:30 PMNASCAR Cup SeriesNASCAR RaceDayFS1Fox Sports App
2:00 PMNASCAR Cup SeriesCountdown to GreenUSA NetworkNBC Sports App
3:00 PMNASCAR Cup SeriesRace: Kwik Trip 250 at Road AmericaUSA NetworkNBC Sports App
6:30 PMNASCAR Cup SeriesPost-Race ShowUSA NetworkNBC Sports App

Sunday’s NASCAR action is available for stream on the NBC Sports App, so long as you have a cable package login that includes USA Network. NASCAR RaceDay on FS1 is available for stream on the Fox Sports App (Cable login required).

Folks with streaming services like YouTube TV, SlingTV, FuboTV or others can also watch the NASCAR and SRX action there, if their package includes USA Network and FS1.

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