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How to Watch the NASCAR Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500 This Weekend

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The NASCAR playoffs roll into the Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas this weekend for the Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500 on Sunday, September 25, 2022. And we have all the details to watch it all: practice, qualifying, and the final race.

In a hurry? You can watch it all on USA with FuboTV.

Last week, non-playoff contender Chris Buescher won the Bass Pro Shops Night Race. But the big news is that Chase Elliott had his first good race in the playoffs coming in second. This has catapulted him from 7th back to 1st in the points total.

The Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500 is the last of the NASCAR playoffs to be featured on USA Network. The rest of the races through the NASCAR Cup Series Championship on November 6th will all be on NBC itself.

  • Dates: Saturday, September 24th and Sunday, September 25th
  • Events:
    • Sat Sep 24 (EDT): Practice
    • Sat Sep 24 (EDT): Qualifying
    • Sun Sep 25 (EDT): Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500
  • Channel: USA Network
  • Live Stream: USANetwork.com, USA App, Live TV Streaming Apps

Saturday coverage on USA Network runs from through . Sunday coverage of the actual NASCAR Cup Series race starts at on USA Network.

Watch Without Cable

USA Network is not available OTA but you can stream it using a number of live TV streaming services:

  • FuboTV: Offers 100+ channels including USA and NBC virtually everywhere for $74.99/mo.
  • Sling TV: Blue plan provides USA everywhere and NBC in many areas along with ~40 channels for just $40.00/mo. There’s more information in our NASCAR and Cup Series Schedule guides.
  • DIRECTV STREAM: Full cable replacement service starting at $74.99/mo.
  • Hulu + Live TV: All you need to watch NASCAR in addition to Disney+ and ESPN+ for $69.99/mo.
  • YouTube TV: Get USA and NBC for $72.99/mo.

Playoff Drivers Standings

Fortunes can change fast in the NASCAR Cup Series playoffs. The Bass Pro Shops Night Race mixed up the field greatly. In fact, Chase Elliott and Christopher Bell switched positions between 1st and 7th.

Here are the current standings:

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

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Other NASCAR Events This Weekend

NASCAR fans do not live by Cup Series races alone! There isn’t as much this weekend as usual since the ARCA Menards and Truck series are taking a break:

Note that this Saturday and Sunday, the NASCAR PEAK Mexico Series will feature the Gran Premio Aguascalientes at Óvalo Aguascalientes México. But at this time, we don’t know of any channels or streaming services that will be featuring it.

If you are interested in motorsports more generally, check out our viewer’s guides:

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Image cropped by Chase Elliot at 2019 Food City 500 by Zach Catanzareti Photo under CC BY 2.0.

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