What time and channel is the NASCAR playoffs at Las Vegas

The Round of 12 is set to kick off at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in a triple-header event this weekend.

What time is the NASCAR race?

The 2021 playoffs enter the second round with 12 drivers still in contention for the championship.

Las Vegas will host all three national divisions this weekend with the Truck Series going green at 9:13 p.m. EST. on Friday. On Saturday, the Xfinity Series begins its postseason on Saturday at 7:49 p.m. EST.

But what about the Cup Series? 

  • Race: South Point 400
  • Date: Saturday, September 26th, 2021
  • Start time: 7 p.m. EST.
  • Location: Las Vegas Motor Speedway

There will be a competition caution at Lap 25. Brad Keselowski has more wins than any other active driver LVMS, winning three times with the most recent victory coming in 2018. He finished second there earlier this year to Kyle Larson, who scored his first win as a Hendrick Motorsports driver there.

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What channel is the NASCAR race?

  • TV Channel: NBCSN (TSN in Canada)
  • Radio Station: Motor Racing Network (MRN)
  • Green flag: 7:19 pm EST.
  • Location: Las Vegas Motor Speedway
  • Stages: 80-80-107 (267)

NASCAR Las Vegas Starting Lineup

Start pos. Driver
1 Kyle Larson
2 Ryan Blaney
3 William Byron
4 Martin Truex Jr.
5 Kevin Harvick
6 Denny Hamlin
7 Alex Bowman
8 Brad Keselowski
9 Joey Logano
10 Kyle Busch
11 Chase Elliott
12 Christopher Bell
13 Tyler Reddick
14 Matt DiBenedetto
15 Austin Dillon
16 Erik Jones
17 Aric Almirola
18 Ross Chastain
19 Chase Briscoe
20 Kurt Busch
21 Bubba Wallace
22 Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
23 Michael McDowell
24 Ryan Preece
25 Chris Buescher
26 Daniel Suarez
27 Corey LaJoie
28 Cole Custer
29 Ryan Newman
30 Garrett Smithley
31 Josh Bilicki
32 Anthony Alfredo
33 Justin Haley
34 BJ McLeod
35 Cody Ware
36 Quin Houff
37 Joey Gase
38 JJ Yeley

 

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