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NASCAR Playoffs: How to Watch Southern 500 This Weekend

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Update: Despite starting at #15, Erik Jones managed to win the 2022 Southern 500. Following him were Denny Hamlin, Tyler Reddick, Joey Logano, and Christopher Bell. Don’t miss the Hollywood Casino 400 next Sunday at 3:00 pm (EDT).

The NASCAR playoffs are here this weekend with the Southern 500. The whole thing airs live on USA Network:

  • Dates: Sat Sep 3 and Sun Sep 4
  • Events:
    • Sat Sep 3 12:00 pm (EDT): Practice
    • Sat Sep 3 12:30 pm (EDT): Qualifying
    • Sun Sep 4 6:00 pm (EDT): Cook Out Southern 500
  • Channel: USA Network
  • Live Stream: USANetwork.com, USA App, Live TV Streaming Apps

Drivers

Kurt Busch was the only winning driver this year (AdventHealth 400) who did not make the playoffs. So the field is made up of 15 drivers who won at least one race and one driver who made the playoff on points.

That driver is Ryan Blaney, who finished with the third highest point total after Chase Elliott and Kyle Larson. Of course, Blaney did win a race this season, the All-Star Race on May 22nd. In fact, he won it twice! But it is an exhibition race with no points. But it did come with a million dollar check!

  1. Chase Elliott
  2. Joey Logano
  3. Ross Chastain
  4. Kyle Larson
  5. William Byron
  6. Denny Hamlin
  1. Ryan Blaney
  2. Tyler Reddick
  3. Kevin Harvick
  4. Christopher Bell
  5. Kyle Busch
  1. Chase Briscoe
  2. Daniel Suarez
  3. Austin Cindric
  4. Alex Bowman
  5. Austin Dillon

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Starting Lineup

Joey Logano won the pole for the Southern 500 with a 168.5 mph lap at Saturday’s qualifying.

  1. Joey Logano
  2. Christopher Bell
  3. William Byron
  4. Tyler Reddick
  5. Kyle Busch
  6. Austin Cindric
  7. Kyle Larson
  8. Bubba Wallace
  1. Ryan Blaney
  2. Michael McDowell
  3. Denny Hamlin
  4. Ross Chastain
  5. Austin Dillon
  6. Justin Haley
  7. Erik Jones
  8. Alex Bowman

Other Races This Weekend

Of course, NASCAR is much more than the Cup Series. There are other races this weekend. The Xfinity race doesn’t even require you to change the channel:

Sat Sep 3 8:35 pm: ARCA Portland 112 at Portland International Raceway (FloRacing)
Sat Sep 3 7:30 pm: Whelen Modified Tour Bud Mod Classic 150 at Oswego Speedway (FloRacing)
Sat Sep 3 3:00 pm: Xfinity Sport Clips Haircuts VFW Help A Hero 200 at Darlington Raceway (USA)
Sun Sep 4 9:00 pm: ARCA Menards Southern Illinois 100 at DuQuoin State Fairgrounds (MAVTV, FloRacing)
Sun Sep 4 1:05 pm: WeatherTech 200 at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (FloRacing)

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