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NASCAR Cup Nashville

NASCAR 2023 Nashville schedule, entry list, and how to watch

The NASCAR Cup Series returns from its final off-week of the season, now looking ahead to the final ten races of the regular season.

Following Martin Truex Jr.'s dominant victory at Sonoma Raceway, NASCAR Cup Series teams enjoyed their final off-week before 20 straight weeks of racing to end the season. 

Truex's win was his second of the 2023 season and the 33rd of his career. Perhaps most impressively, it was his fourth Cup win at Sonoma.

Truex now leads the regular season standings, 13 points clear of William Byron.

NASCAR now heads back to an oval with Nashville, where Chase Elliott is the defending race winner.

On Wednesday, it was announced that Josh Berry will replace Kevin Harvick as the full-time driver of the No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing entry in 2024. SHR also made some internal changes this week, which included a crew chief swap for Chase Briscoe.

In other news, Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment has become a new minority investor in Joe Gibbs Racing.


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Martin Truex Jr, Joe Gibbs Racing, Bass Pro Shops Toyota Camry in victory lane

Martin Truex Jr, Joe Gibbs Racing, Bass Pro Shops Toyota Camry in victory lane

Photo by: Lesley Ann Miller / Motorsport Images

What is the NASCAR at Nashville schedule?

(Schedule is tentative and subject to change)

Friday, June 23

4:00 p.m. ET – NASCAR Truck Series practice - FS1

4:30 p.m. ET – NASCAR Truck Series qualifying - FS1

5:30 p.m. ET – NASCAR Xfinity Series practice - USA NETWORK

6:30 p.m. ET – NASCAR Cup Series practice - USA NETWORK

8:00 p.m. ET – NASCAR Truck Series race (150 laps) - FS1

Saturday, June 24

12:00 p.m. ET - NASCAR Xfinity Series qualifying - USA NETWORK

1:00 p.m. ET - NASCAR Cup Series qualifying - USA NETWORK

3:30 p.m. ET - NASCAR Xfinity Series race (188 laps) - USA NETWORK

Sunday, June 25

7:00 p.m. ET – NASCAR Cup Ally 400 race (300 laps laps) – NBC

How can I watch?

  • Date: Sunday, June 25
  • TV show start time: 7:00 p.m. ET
  • Stages/Laps: (90/95/115) - 300 laps
  • TV channel: NBC | TSN 3/5 (Canada)
  • Live stream: Peacock (post-race show)
  • Radio: PRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio
Kyle Busch, Joe Gibbs Racing, Pedigree Toyota Camry and Martin Truex Jr, Joe Gibbs Racing, Bass Pro Shops Toyota Camry

Kyle Busch, Joe Gibbs Racing, Pedigree Toyota Camry and Martin Truex Jr, Joe Gibbs Racing, Bass Pro Shops Toyota Camry

Photo by: Nigel Kinrade / NKP / Motorsport Images

Who is racing at Nashville?

36 cars are on the entry list with no open entries. Noah Gragson returns to the No. 42 after missing a race with concussion-like symptoms. 

No.

Driver

Team

Manufacturer

1

Chevrolet

2

Ford

3

Chevrolet

4

Kevin Harvick

Stewart Haas Racing

Ford

5

Chevrolet

6

RFK Racing

Ford

7

Spire Motorsports

Chevrolet

8

Richard Childress Racing

Chevrolet

9

Chase Elliott

Hendrick Motorsports

Chevrolet

10

Stewart Haas Racing

Ford

11

Joe Gibbs Racing

Toyota

12

Team Penske

Ford

14

Chase Briscoe

Stewart Haas Racing

Ford

15

Brennan Poole

Rick Ware Racing

Ford

16

AJ Allmendinger

Chevrolet

17

RFK Racing

Ford

19

Martin Truex Jr.

Joe Gibbs Racing

Toyota

20

Joe Gibbs Racing

Toyota

21

Ford

22

Team Penske

Ford

23

Toyota

24

William Byron

Hendrick Motorsports

Chevrolet

31

Kaulig Racing

Chevrolet

34

Ford

38

Front Row Motorsports

Ford

41

Stewart Haas Racing

Ford

42

Noah Gragson

Petty GMS Motorsports

Chevrolet

43

Petty GMS Motorsports

Chevrolet

45

23XI Racing

Toyota

47

Chevrolet

48

Hendrick Motorsports

Chevrolet

51

Rick Ware Racing

Ford

54

Ty Gibbs

Joe Gibbs Racing

Toyota

77

Spire Motorsports

Chevrolet

78

Ford

99

Trackhouse Racing Team

Chevrolet

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