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Go Bowling at The Glen: Stream NASCAR Action From Watkins Glen International

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The NASCAR Cup Series comes to Watkins Glen International in western New York this weekend. We are almost to the end of the regular season. We have Go Bowling at The Glen now followed by Coke Zero Sugar 400 next weekend.

Kyle Larson is the returning champion. But Chase Elliott won the event the two years before that.

Elliot is also the current points leader with an outstanding season 4 wins for 24 starts. Both men are certain to compete in the 10-race playoffs. But there is a lot of room for changes during the next two races to see what other drivers make the top 16.

Go Bowling at The Glen TV Schedule

All this weekend’s NASCAR action will be broadcast live on USA Network, which is widely available from live TV streaming services — for as little as $35/mo (Sling TV). You can watch for free with one of several live TV streaming free trials.

Practice and Qualifying will air live on Saturday from 12:30 pm to 2:00 pm (EDT). You may want to stick around for the Xfinity Series race at 3:00 pm.

The Cup Series race itself is on Sunday. The pre-race show starts at 2:00 pm and the race starts at 3:00 pm. A post-race show will air afterward.

Weekend’s Other NASCAR Race TV Schedule

Other NASCAR Races this weekend:

  • Thu Aug 18 8:00 pm: Whelen Modified — Phoenix Communications 150 (FloRacing)
  • Fri Aug 19 6:00 pm: ARCA Menards — General Tire Delivers 100 (FS1)
  • Sat Aug 20 3.00 pm: Xfinity — Sunoco Go Rewards 200 (USA)
  • Sat Aug 20 9:30 pm: NAPA Auto Parts ARCA West 150 (FloRacing)
  • Sun Aug 21 2:00 pm: ARCA Menards — Atlas 100 (MAVTV, FloRacing)

Image cropped from Kyle Larson by Zach Catanzareti Photo under CC BY 2.0.

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