The 2022 Nascar Ally 400 will take place on Sunday, June 26 at the Nashville Superspeedway. Here, you will know when, where, and how to watch the event along with the entry list.
36 cars are racing head-to-head for 300 laps and 1.33 miles. On Saturday, there will be a qualifying race for the main event. This will set the starting grid for Sunday’s 17th Cup race of the season.
The race on Sunday will start with the person who had the fastest qualifying time in the front row. Each competitor’s qualifying time will be used to decide where they will go on the grid.
Kyle Larson, who drives for Hendrick Motorsports and won the Ally 400 last year and will drive the #5 Chevrolet Camaro for the team, will try to win for the second year in a row at Nashville Superspeedway.
When and Where is Nascar Ally 400 2022?
The Nascar Ally 400 will be held on June 26, 2022. The race will start at 5 pm ET
Nascar Ally 2022 will take place at the Nashville Superspeedway. The race will be played for 300 laps. The course is 1.33 miles, so the racers will have to race for 400 miles to win the trophy.
How to Watch on TV and Live Stream:
NBC will broadcast the Nascar Ally 400 on TV in the USA. NBC is the best place to watch the NASCAR events on television.
The live stream of the Nascar Ally 400 will be available at NBC’s official streaming platform Peacock. But this will be available for the paid subscribers of the platform. The subscription fee of Peacock will cost you $4.99 a month.
FuboTV has the right to stream the event on their OTT platform. The platform supports NBC, so you will be able to watch the event by subscribing to the channel. Sling will also show the event to NASCAR fans. The monthly subscription to Sling is only $35.
Nascar Ally 400 Entry List:
|10||Martin Truex Jr.||19||Toyota|
|14||A. J. Allmendinger||16||Chevrolet|
|25||Ricky Stenhouse Jr.||47||Chevrolet|
|32||J. J. Yeley||15||Ford|
|35||B. J. McLeod||78||Ford|
It’s time to catch the best racers in the world. Nascar will be back with them in the Nascar Ally 400 2022. So, if you want to watch all your favorite racers on the track, watch the full event live from the stadium or home.