Welcome to the 2016 Weekly Racing Schedule. All times posted are Eastern Time. As they say on TV, consult your local listings for the time and channel in your area. This information was obtained from NASCAR.com, FOXSPORTS.com, WeatherTechRacing.com, Verizon Indycar Series.com, NBCSN.com, and Jayski's.com,


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02/19/2016- Race 01 of 23- NEXTERA ENERGY RESOURCES 250- @ 7:30 PM- on FS1- at Daytona International Speedway, Daytona Beach, FL.
WINNER- Johnny Sauter- #21 Smokey Mountain Herbal Snuff Chevy Silverado

02/28/2016- Race 02 of 23- GREAT CLIPS 200- @ 4:30 PM- on FS1- @ Atlanta Motor Speedway, Hampton, GA.
WINNER- John Hunter Nemechek- #8 unsponsored Chevy Silverado

04/02/2016- Race 3 of 23- ALFA ENERGY SOLUTIONS 250- @ 2:30 PM- on FS1- @ Martinsville Speedway, Martinsville, VA.
WINNER- Kyle Busch- #18 Toyota-Let's Go Places Toyota Tundra

04/08/2016- OFF WEEK

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04/16/2016- Race 07 of 33- FITZGERALD GLIDER KITS 300- @ 12:30 pm- on FS1- @ Bristol Motor Speedway, Bristol, TN.
WINNER- Erik Jones- #20 GameStop Toyota Camry

04/23/2016- Race 08 of 33- TOYOTACARE 250- @ 12:30 PM- on FS1- @ Richmond International Raceway, Richmond, VA.
WINNER- Dale Earnhardt, Jr.- #88 Hellman's Chevrolet Camaro

04/30/2016- Race 09 of 33- SPARKS ENERGY 300- @ 3:00 PM- on the FOX Network- @ Talladega Superspeedway, Talladega, AL.

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04/17/2016- Race 08 of 36- FOOD CITY 500- @ 1:00 PM- on the FOX Network- @ Bristol Motor Speedway, Bristol, TN.
WINNER- Carl Edwards- #19 Comcast Business Toyota Camry

04/24/2016- Race 09 of 36- TOYOTA OWNERS 400- @ 1:00 PM- on the FOX Network- @ Richmond International Raceway, Richmond, VA.
WINNER- Carl Edwards- #19 Xfinity Toyota Camry

05/01/2016- Race 10 of 36- GEICO 500- @ 1:00 PM- on the FOX Network- @ Talladega Superspeedway, Talladega, AL.

05/07/2016- Race 11 of 36- GOBOWLING 400- @ 7:30 PM- on FS1- @ Kansas Speedway, Kansas City, KS.

05/15/2016- Race 12 of 36- AAA 400 DRIVE FOR AUTISM- @ 1:00 PM- on FS1- @ Dover International Raceway, Dover, DE.

05/20/2016- EXHIBITION RACE- SPRINT SHOWDOWN- @ 7:00 PM- on FS1- @ Charlotte Motor Speedway, Concord, NC.

05/21/2016- EXHIBITION RACE- NASCAR SPRINT ALL-STAR RACE- @ 7:00 PM- on FS1- @ Charlotte Motor Speedway, Concord, NC.

05/29/2016- Race 13 of 36- COCA-COLA 600- @ 6:00 PM- on the FOX Network- @ Charlotte Motor Speedway, Concord, NC.




Bear in mind that starting times listed for NASCAR Sprint Cup races are actual starting times now.  Usually, FOX Sports begins pre-race coverage at least 30-60 minutes prior to each race.  The new standardized starting times are 1
:00 PM ET for day races taking place in the east and mid-west, 3:00 PM ET for day races taking place in the west, and 7:30 PM ET for night races.  So for a day race in the east that starts at 1:00 PM ET, the Invocation should start at about 1:02 PM ET.  So don't be late!

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03/13/2016- Race 01 of 16- Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg- @ 12:52 PM- on ABC- @ St. Petersburg, FL.
WINNER- Juan Pablo Montoya- #2 Verizon Wireless Chevrolet

04/02/2016- Race 02 of 16- Phoenix Grand Prix- @ 8:35 PM- on NBCSN- @ Phoenix International Raceway, Avondale, AZ.
WINNER- Scott Dixon- #9 Target Chip Ganassi Chevrolet

04/17/2016- Race 03 0f 16- Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach- @ 4:37 PM- on NBCSN- @ The Streets of Long Beach, CA.

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05/01/2016- Race 04 of 11- Monterey Grand Prix- @ 2:00 PM- on FS1- @ Mazda Raceway, Laguna Secal, CA.

06/04/2015- Race 05 0f 11- Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix- 12:30 PM- on FS1- @ Belle Isle Park- Setroit, MI.
 
In 2016-


All 24 hours of the Rolex 24 at Daytona can be seen from the comfort of your man cave.  The 54th running of the Rolex 24 at Daytona will be broadcast on Saturday, January 30th, from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM on FOX Sports 1, from 4:00 PM to 10:00 PM on FOX Sports 2, from 10:00 PM to to 7 AM, you can view live streaming video from www.IMSA.com, with the audio from MRN Radio, on Sunday, January 31st, from 7:00 AM to 10:30 AM on FOX Sports 1, from 10:30 AM to 1:00 PM on FOX Sports 2, and from 1:00 PM to the conclusion of the race on FOX Sports 2.  Make sure that you have a fresh battery in your clicker!

All NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Races will be broadcast on either FS1 or FS2

NASCAR Xfinity Series Races 01 through 14 will be broadcast on either the FOX Network or FS1.

NASCAR Xfinity Series Races 15 through 33 will be broadcast on either the  NBC Network or NBCSN, including 1 race on CNBC, and at least 2 races on the USA Network during the Olympics.

The Sprint Unlimited will be broadcast on the FOX Network.

The CAN-AM Qualifying Duels @ Daytona will be broadcast in prime time on FS1


The 58th Running of the Daytona 500 will be broadcast on the FOX Network

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series All-Star Race will be broadcast on FS1

NASCAR
Sprint Cup Series points races 01 through 17 will be broadcast on either the FOX Network or FS1.

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series points races 18 through 36 will be broadcast on NBC or NBCSN, with at least 1 race to be broadcast on the USA Network during the Olympics.

The Verizon Wireless IndyCar Series- 9 Races will be broadcast on NBCSN, 2 races will be broadcast on CNBC, and 5 races will be broadcast on ABC.

The 100th Running of the Indianapolis 500 will be broadcast on ABC.

Although the first Indianapolis 500 was run in 1911, it was not run during WW1 & WW2.  So, barring WW3, the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 will be this year, in 2016.

The WeatherTech Racing Series Series, formerly known as the GrandAm Series, will be broadcast all season long on
FS1 or FS2


Just to keep all the
FOXs straight, when I make reference to the FOX Network, I am referring to the channel that they broadcast the Cup series on, which is the same channel that they broadcast "American Idol" and "The Simpsons" on.  The FOX Network is a broadcast television channel.  And then there is FOX Sports 1 (FS1) and FOX Sports 2 (FS2),  both of which are cable-only channels.  Got it?


And to keep the various NBC channels straight, when I make reference to the NBC Network, I am referring to the channel that you watch the "Today Show", "The Voice", and "Saturday Night Live" on.  Most NBC Network affiliated channels are broadcast television stations.  And when I make reference to NBCSN, that is the acronym for the NBC Sports Network, which is a cable channel.  It is conceivable that a race could show up on other NBC sister cable channels along the way, like MSNBC, CNBC, the USA Network, Bravo, etc., all NBC-owned cable channels.    This summer, NBC will broadcast the Summer Olympics in Rio.  So more than likely, they will move the races around as needed, especially to reschedule a race after a rain out.  So watch this page for updates.  Copy that?

I will post the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series qualifying order every week, as soon as it is available.

Respectfully Submitted,

thtdon



  

Edited 1205 times by thtdon 04/24/2016 3:29 PM.