If you like your racing more on the side of Mad Max than the Indy 500, then you’re probably already watching the Truck Series. On August 11, the NASCAR Truck Series Playoffs start, upping the ante for all the drivers. Watch every death-defying race for under $50/mo with Sling TV!
In a hurry? Every NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Playoffs race is on FS1, so sign up for Sling Blue to watch them all on Sling TV!
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NASCAR fans have long considered the Truck Series to be the go-to series for more rough-and-tumble racing, as well as a chance to see up-and-coming racers before they make it big. The Playoffs provide the ultimate opportunity to see the best of the best of NASCAR racing.
NASCAR Truck Series Playoffs Channels
Like most of the Truck Series regular season, all seven playoff races will be televised live on Fox Sports 1 (FS1). None will be broadcast on local Fox networks this year. But watching if Ben Rhodes or Matt Crafton can take the Truck Series trophy again this year doesn’t have to break the bank — not with Sling TV.
Streaming the NASCAR Truck Series Playoffs
Sling TV is the cheapest way to watch FS1. Any cheaper TV provider won’t have any live sports channels, and Fox has yet to hop on the network-specific streaming service bandwagon like CBS (Paramount+), NBC (Peacock), or ABC (Hulu/Disney+).
For $40.00/mo, Sling’s Blue base plan gets you over 40 channels, including FS1 and other sports networks like NFL Network and USA. You’ll also be able to watch popular live pay channels like Discovery, Fox News, MSNBC, FX, Syfy, and TLC.
Sling Blue streams on up to 3 devices at one time, and includes 50 hours of cloud DVR storage. It supports most major streaming and mobile devices, as well as many smart TVs.
For more information on how to stream NASCAR, take a look at:
- 2023 NASCAR Season on Sling TV
- 2023 NASCAR Cup Series on Sling TV
- NASCAR Xfinity Series
- NASCAR Xfinity Series Playoffs on Sling TV
- NASCAR Mexico Series
- NASCAR Pinty’s Series
- NASCAR ARCA Menards Series
- NASCAR Whelan Euro Series
NASCAR Truck Series Standings
The playoff field is set (season points in parentheses):
- Corey Heim of Tricon Garage – Toyota (2030)
- Zane Smith of Front Row Motorsports – Ford (2022)
- Carson Hocevar of Niece Motorsports – Chevrolet (2021)
- Christian Eckes of McAnally-Hilgemann Racing – Chevrolet (2019)
- Grant Enfinger of GMS Racing – Chevrolet (2017)
- Ty Majeski of ThorSport Racing – Ford (2014)
- Ben Rhodes of ThorSport Racing – Ford (2013)
- Nick Sanchez of Rev Racing – Chevrolet (2005)
- Matt DiBenedetto of Rackley WAR – Chevrolet (2002)
- Matt Crafton of ThorSport Racing – Ford (2002)
These standings are following the Worldwide Express 250 at Richmond Raceway on July 29, the Truck Series regular season finale.
2022 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Results
Last year’s Truck Series featured many of the same drivers:
- Zane Smith
- Ben Rhodes
- Chandler Smith (Kyle Busch Motorsports)
- Ty Majeski
- John Hunter Nemechek (Tricon Garage)
- Stewart Friesen (Halmar Friesen Racing)
- Grant Entfinger
- Christian Eckes
- Matt Crafton
- Carson Hocevar
Schedule for NASCAR Truck Series Playoffs
The NASCAR Truck Series playoffs span across a total of seven races. The initial trio of races make up the Round of 10, followed by the subsequent trio composing the Round of 8, and culminating in the Championship race. While every race boasts a complete field of drivers, only a select 10, 8, or 4 competitors respectively retain eligibility for the playoffs at each progressive stage.
- Fri Aug 11 : TSport 200 — Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park (FS1)
- Sun Aug 27 : Clean Harbors 175 — Milwaukee Mile (FS1)
- Fri Sep 8 : Kansas Lottery 200 — Kansas Speedway (FS1)
- Thur Sep 14 : UNOH 200 presented by Ohio Logistics — Bristol Motor Speedway (FS1)
- Sat Sep 30 : Talladega 250 — Talladega Superspeedway (FS1)
- Sat Oct 21 : Baptist Health 200 — Homestead-Miami Speedway (FS1)
- Fri Nov 3 : Lucas Oil 150 — Phoenix Raceway (FS1)
We have schedules for Cup Series and Xfinity playoffs on Sling TV too!
So if you’re interested in combining your love of pickup trucks with your love of high-speed auto racing, sign up for Sling Blue and watch the NASCAR Truck Series Playoffs for less!
Featured photo: Johnny Sauter celebrates after winning the 2016 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series championship at Homestead–Miami Speedway / photo by Zach Catanzareti under CC BY-SA 2.0 via Wikimedia Commons.
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