For those wondering, “What channel is today’s NASCAR race on?” the answer is familiar.
The television channel for Sunday’s NASCAR race is Fox. The network will broadcast the Pennzoil 400 presented by Las Vegas Motor Speedway’s Jiffy Lube. The Las Vegas race is the fourth race of the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season, and Fox has been the channel for all four races.
Sunday’s race will have the same start time as last weekend’s race at Homestead-Miami Speedway. The green flag is scheduled to fall at 3:49 pm ET.
Here’s how to watch the NASCAR Cup Series race on Sunday afternoon, including the TV channel and live streaming options:
What channel is NASCAR on today?
Fox will broadcast Sunday’s race, the fourth of the 2021 NASCAR Cup season. Fox and Fox Sports 1 are scheduled to broadcast NASCAR Cup Series races during the first four months of the Cup Series calendar, until the All-Star Race on June 13 in Texas. NBC and NBC Sports Network are scheduled to broadcast the remaining races in 2021, including the playoffs.
As is the case with all Cup Series races on Fox this season, Mike Joy will host the race with the help of analysts Jeff Gordon, Clint Bowyer and Larry McReynolds.
What time does the NASCAR race start today?
- Date: Sunday March 7
- Start time: 3:30 pm ET
The green flag for Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway is scheduled to fall at 3:49 p.m. ET. .
The weather is not expected to be a problem for drivers and teams; in fact, conditions should be ideal. the National Metereological Service forecast partly sunny skies and temperatures in the mid-70s for Sunday.
NASCAR Live Stream for Homestead Race
Anyone with a cable or satellite subscription can stream Sunday afternoon’s NASCAR race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway live via FoxSports.com or the Fox Sports Go app.
For those without a cable or satellite subscription, there are seven OTT (over-the-top) TV streaming options carried by Fox and FS1: Sling, Hulu, YouTubeTV, fuboTV, Vidgo, AT&T Now, and TVision. Of the seven, Hulu, YouTubeTV, and fuboTV offer free trial options.
Below are the links to each one.
NASCAR Cup Series 2021 Schedule
Below is the remaining schedule for the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series regular season and playoffs, beginning with Sunday’s race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
2021 NASCAR Cup Series Regular Season
|7 of March||Pennzoil 400 presented by Jiffy Lube||Las Vegas Expressway||3:30 pm||Fox||PRN|
|March 14||NASCAR Cup Series race in Phoenix||Phoenix race track||3:30 pm||Fox||MRN|
|March 21st||Folds of Honor Quiktrip 500||Atlanta Speedway||3 pm||Fox||PRN|
|28th March||Food City Ground Race||Bristol racetrack||3:30 pm||Fox||PRN|
|April 10th||Maximum pain relief Blue-Emu 500||Martinsville Speedway||7:30 pm||FS1||MRN|
|April 18th||Toyota 400 owners||Richmond race track||3 pm||Fox||MRN|
|April 25th||GEICO 500||Talladega Superspeedway||2 pm||Fox||MRN|
|May 2nd||NASCAR Cup Series race in Kansas||Kansas speedway||3 pm||FS1||MRN|
|May 9||NASCAR Cup Series race at Darlington||Darlington Race Track||3:30 pm||FS1||MRN|
|May 16||Drydene 400||Dover International Highway||2 pm||FS1||MRN|
|may 23||NASCAR Cup Series race at COTA||Circuit of the Americas||2:30 pm||FS1||PRN|
|May 30||Coca-Cola 600||Charlotte Motor Speedway||6 pm||Fox||PRN|
|June 6th||Toyota / Save Mart 350||Sonoma Raceway||4 pm||FS1||PRN|
|June 13th||NASCAR All-Star Open||Texas race track||6 pm||FS1||MRN|
|June 13th||NASCAR All-Star Race||Texas race track||8 p. M.||FS1||MRN|
|June 20th||Ally 400||Nashville Superspeedway||3:30 pm||NBCSN||MRN|
|June 26th||NASCAR Cup Series race at Pocono-1||Pocono Raceway||3 pm||NBCSN||MRN|
|June 27th||NASCAR Cup Series race at Pocono-2||Pocono Raceway||3:30 pm||NBCSN||MRN|
|July 4th||NASCAR Cup Series race at Road America||America road||2:30 pm||NBC||MRN|
|July 11||Quaker State 400 Presented by Walmart||Atlanta Speedway||3:30 pm||NBCSN||PRN|
|July 18||Foxwoods Resort Casino 301||New Hampshire Racing Circuit||3 pm||NBCSN||PRN|
|August 8||Go bowling at The Glen||Watkins Glen International||3 pm||NBCSN||MRN|
|August 15th||Big Machine Vodka 400 in Brickyard powered by Florida Georgia Line||Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Circuit||1 p. M.||NBC||I AM S|
|August 22nd||FireKeepers Casino 400||Michigan International Highway||3 pm||NBCSN||MRN|
|August 28||Coca Cola Zero Sugar 400||Daytona International Highway||7 pm||NBC||MRN|
Round of 16 of the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series playoffs
|September 5||Cooking Southern 500||Darlington Race Track||6 pm||NBCSN||MRN|
|11 of September||Federated Auto Parts 400||Richmond race track||7:30 pm||NBCSN||MRN|
|September 18||Bass Pro Shops Night Run||Bristol racetrack||7:30 pm||NBCSN||PRN|
Round of 12 of the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series playoffs
|September 26||South Point 400||Las Vegas Expressway||7 pm||NBCSN||PRN|
|October 3||YellaWood 500||Talladega Superspeedway||2 pm||NBC||MRN|
|October 10th||Bank of America ROVAL 400||Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Circuit||2 pm||NBC||PRN|
Round of 16 of the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series playoffs
|October the 17th||Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500||Texas race track||2 pm||NBC||PRN|
|October 24th||Hollywood Casino 400||Kansas speedway||3 pm||NBCSN||MRN|
|31 October||Xfinity 500||Martinsville Speedway||2 pm||NBC||MRN|
2021 NASCAR Cup Series Playoff Championship 4
|November 7||NASCAR Cup Series Championship||Phoenix race track||3 pm||NBC||MRN|
Eddie is an Australian news reporter with over 9 years in the industry and has published on Forbes and tech crunch.