NASCAR returned to the track in May afterwardsin March as the Spread. After a summer of racing, the NASCAR playoffs are here. 16 drivers qualified for the playoffs based on the Cup Series rating, and 12 remain in the hunt for the championship. After three more races, the field is reduced to eight, and then three more races determine the final four. These four drivers will compete in the NASCAR Cup Series Championship race in Arizona on November 8th.
Here’s what else you need to know to see the race and the rub off this weekend.
Which drivers are still in the NASCAR playoffs?
Here are the 12 drivers who remain in the race for the Cup Series championship:
- Kevin Harvick
- Denny Hamlin
- Brad Keselowski
- Joey Logano
- Chase Elliott
- Martin Truex Jr.
- Alex Bowman
- Austin Dillon
- Aric Almirola
- Kyle Busch
- Clint Bowyer
- Kurt Busch
How to watch NASCAR without wires
NASCAR’s playoffs began on September 6th and a champion will be crowned after the final race on November 8th. The full NASCAR schedule can be found here.
If you don’t have a cable or satellite TV subscription, you can watch the race on one of the following live TV services. NASCAR’s playoffs will be shown on NBC and NBCSN. The good news for racing fans is that both channels are available to any streaming service. The catch is thatSo, be sure to check each one using the links below to make sure they have NBC in your area.
If you live in an area with good reception, you can over-the-air the races that air on NBC for free by simply attaching oneto almost every television.
Sling TV’s $ 30 a month Blue plan includes NBC and NBCSN. Enter your address here to see which local channels are available to you. Read our Sling TV review.
All of the above live TV streaming services offer free trials, can cancel at any time, and require a solid internet connection. Are you looking for more information?.