2015 NASCAR TV schedule on FOX, FOX Sports 1, NBC and NBCSN

2015 NASCAR TV schedule

2015 NASCAR TV schedule on FOX, FOX Sports 1, NBC and NBCSN for the Sprint Cup Series, XFINITY Series (formerly Nationwide Series) and Camping World Truck Series.

2015 NASCAR TV schedule

NASCAR embraces change as much as it does tradition, and 2015 is no exception as the sport implements ways to cut teams’ costs while improving competition and the fan experience. Here’s what’s new at the races:
New Schedule Atlanta is now the site of the Cup Series’ second race of the season, and Darlington moves back to its traditional Labor Day weekend date. There will be a new “West Coast swing” with consecutive March races in Las Vegas, Phoenix and Fontana, Calif. Bristol’s spring date moves from March to April 19. The spring night race at Texas moves back to a Saturday (April 11), but Daytona’s summer race moves to a Sunday night (July 5). Kansas and Charlotte swap October dates in the Chase.
New Rules The Cup Series rules package for 2015 introduces a ban on private testing, with stiff penalties for violations. Horsepower will be reduced from 850 to 725 at most tracks, and rear spoiler changes will reduce downforce.
New Teams Carl Edwards heads to Joe Gibbs Racing to drive the No. 19 Toyota with crew chief Darian Grubb. Trevor Bayne takes over the No. 6 full-time for Roush Fenway Racing. Keith Rodden returns to Hendrick Motorsports as Kasey Kahne’s crew chief, and Dale Earnhardt Jr. has a new crew chief in Greg Ives.
New Sponsors NASCAR’s junior circuit is now the XFINITY Series in a new 10-year agreement. Sprint will not renew its title sponsorship of the Cup Series after 2016, but Camping World will remain the Truck Series title sponsor through at least 2022.
New TV Deals FOX and NBC enter the first year of a 10-year, $8.2 billion broadcast deal with NASCAR. FOX airs most of the early Cup schedule, with FOX Sports 1 airing most late spring/early summer races. NBC takes over July 5 at Daytona, with NBCSN airing most of the summer schedule, and NBC and NBCSN splitting the Chase races. The XFINITY Series has a similar TV arrangement to the Cup Series, and the Truck Series airs almost entirely on FS1.

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series 2015 Key Dates
Feb. 14: Sprint Unlimited (Daytona), FOX
Feb. 15: Daytona 500 Qualifying (Daytona), FOX
Feb. 19: Budweiser Duels (Daytona), FS1
Feb. 22: Daytona 500 (Daytona), FOX
May 15-16: Sprint Showdown/All-Star Race (Charlotte), FS1
May 24: Coca-Cola 600 (Charlotte), FOX
July 5: Coke Zero 400 (Daytona), NBC
July 26: Brickyard 400 (Indianapolis), NBCSN
Sept. 20: Chase begins: MyAfibStory.com 400 (Chicagoland), NBCSN
Nov. 22: Season finale: Ford EcoBoost 400 (Homestead-Miami), NBC

Complete 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, XFINITY Series and Camping World Truck Series schedules below this, just because:


All times Eastern. Schedules subject to change.

Date/Race/Track/TV Network/Race Start Time (ET) 

Feb. 14 Sprint Unlimited/Daytona International Speedway FOX 8pm
Feb. 15 Daytona 500 Qualifying/Daytona International Speedway FOX 1pm
Feb. 19 Budweiser Duels/Daytona International Speedway FS1 7pm
Feb. 22 Daytona 500/Daytona International Speedway FOX 1pm
March 1 Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500/Atlanta Motor Speedway FOX 1pm
March 8 Kobalt 400/Las Vegas Motor Speedway FOX 3:30pm
March 15 CampingWorld.com 500/Phoenix International Raceway FOX 3:30pm
March 22 Auto Club 400/Auto Club Speedway FOX 3:30pm
March 29 STP 500/Martinsville Speedway FS1 1pm [Updated]
April 11 Duck Commander 500/Texas Motor Speedway FOX 7:30pm
April 19 Food City 500/Bristol Motor Speedway FOX 1pm
April 25 Toyota Owners 400/Richmond International Raceway FOX 7pm [Updated]
May 3 Talladega 500/Talladega Superspeedway FOX 1pm
May 9 SpongeBob SquarePants 400/Kansas Speedway FS1 7:30pm
May 15 Sprint Showdown/Charlotte Motor Speedway FS1 7pm
May 16 NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race/Charlotte Motor Speedway FS1 7pm
May 24 Coca-Cola 600/Charlotte Motor Speedway FOX 6pm
May 31 FedEx 400/Dover International Speedway FS1 1pm
June 7 Axala “We Paint Winners” 400/Pocono Raceway FS1 1pm
June 14 Quicken Loans 400/Michigan International Speedway FS1 1pm
June 28 Toyota-Save Mart 350/Sonoma Raceway FS1 3pm
July 5 Coke Zero 400/Daytona International Speedway NBC 7:45pm
July 11 Quaker State 400/Kentucky Speedway NBCSN 7:30
July 19 Camping World RV Sales 301/New Hampshire Motor Speedway NBCSN 1:30pm
July 26 Brickyard 400/Indianapolis Motor Speedway NBCSN 3:30pm
Aug. 2 Pennsylvania 400/Pocono Raceway NBCSN 1:30pm
Aug. 9 Cheez-It 355/Watkins Glen International NBCSN 2pm
Aug. 16 Pure Michigan 400/Michigan International Speedway NBCSN 2:30pm
Aug. 22 Irwin Tools Night Race/Bristol Motor Speedway NBCSN 7:30pm
Sept. 6 Bojangles’ Southern 500/Darlington Raceway NBC 7pm
Sept. 12 Federated Auto Parts 400/Richmond International Raceway NBCSN 7:30pm
Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup
Challenger Round

Sept. 20 MyAfibStory.com 400/Chicagoland Speedway NBCSN 3pm
Sept. 27 Sylvania 300/New Hampshire Motor Speedway NBCSN 2pm
Oct. 4 AAA 400/Dover International Speedway NBCSN 2:30pm
Contender Round
Oct. 10 Bank of America 500/Charlotte Motor Speedway NBC 7pm
Oct. 18 Hollywood Casino 400/Kansas Speedway NBC 2:15pm
Oct. 25 Geico 500/Talladega Superspeedway NBCSN 2:30pm
Eliminator Round
Nov. 1 Goody’s Fast Pain Relief 500/Martinsville Speedway NBCSN 1:15pm
Nov. 8 AAA Texas 500/Texas Motor Speedway NBC 2pm
Nov. 15 Quicken Loans Race for Heroes 500/Phoenix International Raceway NBC 2:30pm
Championship Round
Nov. 22 Ford EcoBoost 400/Homestead-Miami Speedway NBC 3pm

Date/Race/Track/TV Network/Race Start Time (ET)

Feb. 21 Alert Today Florida 300/Daytona International Speedway FS1 3:30pm
Feb. 28 Hisense 250/Atlanta Motor Speedway FS1 2pm
March 7 Boyd Gaming 300/Las Vegas Motor Speedway FS1 4pm
March 14 Phoenix 200/Phoenix International Raceway FOX 4pm
March 21 Auto Club 300/Auto Club Speedway FS1 4pm
April 10 O’Reilly Auto Parts 350/Texas Motor Speedway FS1 8:30pm
April 18 Bristol 300/Bristol Motor Speedway FS1 1:30pm
April 24 ToyotaCare 250/Richmond International Raceway FS1 7:30pm
May 2 Winn-Dixie 300/Talladega Superspeedway FOX 3pm
May 17 Iowa 250/Iowa Speedway FS1 2pm
May 23 History 300/Charlotte Motor Speedway FOX 2:30pm
May 30 Buckle Up 200/Dover International Speedway FOX 2:30pm
June 13 Michigan 250/Michigan International Speedway FS1 1:30pm
June 20 Chicagoland 300/Chicagoland Speedway FS1 9:30pm
July 4 Subway Firecracker 250/Daytona International Speedway NBCSN 7:30pm
July 10 Kentucky 300/Kentucky Speedway NBCSN 7:30pm
July 18 Sta-Green 200/New Hampshire Motor Speedway NBCSN 4pm
July 25 Lilly Diabetes 250/Indianapolis Motor Speedway NBC 3:30pm
Aug. 1 U.S. Cellular 250/Iowa Speedway NBCSN 8pm
Aug. 8 Zippo 200/Watkins Glen International NBCSN 3pm
Aug. 15 Mid-Ohio 200/Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course NBCSN 3:30pm
Aug. 21 Food City 300/Bristol Motor Speedway NBCSN 7:30pm
Aug. 29 Road America 200/Road America NBCSN 3pm
Sept. 5 VFW Sport Clips Help a Hero 200/Darlington Raceway NBC 3:30pm
Sept. 11 Virginia529 College Savings 250/Richmond International Raceway NBCSN 7:30pm
Sept. 19 Jimmy John’s Freaky Fast 300/Chicagoland Speedway NBCSN 6pm
Sept. 26 VisitMyrtleBeach.com 300/Kentucky Speedway NBCSN 8pm
Oct. 3 Dover 200/Dover International Speedway NBCSN 3:30pm
Oct. 9 Drive for the Cure 300/Charlotte Motor Speedway NBCSN 8pm
Oct. 17 Kansas Lottery 300/Kansas Speedway NBCSN 4pm
Nov. 7 O’Reilly Auto Parts Challenge/Texas Motor Speedway NBC 3:30pm
Nov. 14 Phoenix 200/Phoenix International Raceway NBCSN 4pm
Nov. 21 Ford EcoBoost 300/Homestead-Miami Speedway NBC 2:45pm

Date/Race/Track/TV Network/Race Start Time (ET)

Feb. 20 NextEra Energy Resources 250/Daytona International Speedway FS1 7:30pm
Feb. 28 Atlanta 200/Atlanta Motor Speedway FS1 5:30pm
March 28 Kroger 250/Martinsville Speedway FS1 2:30pm
May 8 Kansas 250/Kansas Speedway FS1 8:30pm
May 15 North Carolina Education Lottery 200/Charlotte Motor Speedway FS1 8:30pm
May 29 Lucas Oil 200/Dover International Speedway FS1 5:30pm
June 5 WinStar World Casino 400/Texas Motor Speedway FS1 9pm
June 13 Drivin’ for Linemen 200/Gateway Motorsports Park FS1 8:30pm
June 19 American Ethanol 200/Iowa Speedway FS1 8:30pm
July 9 UNOH 225/Kentucky Speedway FS1 7:30pm
July 22 1-800-CarCash Mudsummer Classic/Eldora Speedway FS1 9pm
Aug. 1 Pocono Mountains 150/Pocono Raceway FS1 1pm
Aug. 15 Careers for Veterans 200/Michigan International Speedway FS1 1pm
Aug. 19 UNOH 200/Bristol Motor Speedway FS1 8:30pm
Aug. 30 Chevrolet Silverado 250/Canadian Tire Motorsport Park FS1 1:30pm
Sept. 18 Chicagoland 225/Chicagoland Speedway FS1 8:30pm
Sept. 26 UNOH 175/New Hampshire Motor Speedway FS1 1pm
Oct. 3 Rhino Linings 350/Las Vegas Motor Speedway FS1 10pm
Oct. 24 Fred’s 250/Talladega Superspeedway FOX 1pm
Oct. 31 Kroger 200/Martinsville Speedway FS1 1:30pm
Nov. 6 WinStar World Casino 350/Texas Motor Speedway FS1 8:30pm
Nov. 13 Lucas Oil 150/Phoenix International Raceway FS1 8:30pm
Nov. 20 Ford EcoBoost 200/Homestead-Miami Speedway FS1 8pm

Photo: Credit: Chris Trotman/NASCAR via Getty Images


  1. Why don’t you put the Race back on Fox and the local stations I can’t afford the extra cable. NASCAR will have fans not tune in and lose interest if they don’t get to see the races.

  2. NASCAR is trying to shakedown as much money as possible from its TV contracts and to hell with the fan base. Premium service TV to watch a 4 + hour 500 mile race packed with commercials? I don’t think so. I love circle track auto racing but I’m not gonna get run over. I’m hoping they go broke quickly so someone with half a brain can re-organize this mess.

  3. No racing on FOX or NBC! I don’t get nbcsn so I can’t enjoy any racing except a hit and miss on NBC. The FOX network is the best in the business why are they not on the schedule? A long time race fan and retired now and no racing!

  4. Please, please bring back the FOX Broadcasting Team! NBC’s team and coverage is terrible.

  5. My husband has been a longtime NASCAR fan. From watching races to purchasing thousands of dollars worth of NASCAR “stuff” including books, die-cast cars and videos. Now that he is retired, and recently became ill, he looks forward to the racing season each year. He was so surprised, saddened, and now angry to see that you have moved some races to NBCSports net.Over the years we have upgraded our cable to be able to see the races…NO More! ):

  6. All our great American passtimes like our beloved sports shows are being over commercialized. If I want to see football M, TH, F, Sn nights I must purchase a sports package, if I want to see my fav NASCAR I have to have a most expensive service package. It rely depresses me, deeply.

  7. Not happy at all with the scheduling of the Nascar racing on NBC. I don’t have NBCSN and feel like the cable network is forcing me to purchase a channel that I can’t afford to watch a sport that I like to watch on TV. I guess that the radio will become the way that I will get my racing fix. It is a shame that NBC didn’t let the race fans know that they would be showing the major racing events on their sports channel and if you don’t have it you are screwed.

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