In addition, there will be a qualifying session for this race, which will begin at 1:00 PM ET on Saturday, June 25, 2022, and can be enjoyed on the USA Network.
Sunday’s race consists of 36 drivers competing in over 300 laps over a 1.33-mile track, leading to a 400-mile race.
Hendrik Motorsports’ Kyle Larson won the Ally 400 last year and is the favorite to win it again on Sunday.
So far, the NASCAR Cup Series has seen twelve different winners over the course of 16 races, and with the series back after a one-week break, all drivers will be hungrier for a win.
Where to watch the NASCAR Ally 400 at the Nashville Superspeedway
Here’s the TV broadcast schedule for Sunday’s race at the Nashville Superspeedway:
Friday 24 June 2022
6:30 p.m. ET: Trophy Series Training on USA Network
Saturday 25 June 2022
1:00 p.m. Eastern time: USA Network Cup Series Qualifiers
Sunday 26 June 2022
5:00 p.m. ET: Ally 400 on NBC
The 2022 Ally 400 will be broadcast at the Nashville Superspeedway on NBC Radio, MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR at 5:00 PM ET. Live streams of the race will be available on the NBC Sports app, available on both Android and iOS devices, as well as on nbcsports.com.
NBC and USA Network own the broadcast rights to the rest of the NASCAR Cup and Xfinity Series events. All events in Tennessee, including training and qualification, will be broadcast live on USA Network. While the main event will be broadcast live on NBC.
If you’re not in front of the TV and don’t want to miss this weekend’s entertainment race, you can enjoy these events with a live stream and check out the Bally Sports app available on both iOS and Android.
If you don’t have a cable login to FOX Live, you can get a free trial of YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, AT&T TV Now, FuboTV, or Sling TV to stream.