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2019 NASCAR TV Ratings – Racing News

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2019 NASCAR tv viewers compared to 2018

November’s championship race at Homestead-Miami Speedway drew an average of 3.759 million viewers. That was a season high for NASCAR’s portion of NBC.

View full 2019 NASCAR tv ratings from every race below.

However, the 2018 race at Homestead-Miami Speedway drew 4.154 million viewers. The 2017 race saw 4.662 million viewers. To continue the downhill trend, 2016 viewership was 6.1 million and 2015 was 7.643 million.

The 2019 championship finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway was a 20-year low point. It’s the smallest audience since at least 2001.

About 400,000 less people elected to watch the championship finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway in 2019 over the same race in 2018.

The championship finale is set to change locations in 2020. ISM Raceway has seen several consecutive sellouts for their playoff race. In 2020, they are set to host the finale.

The NASCAR Cup Series averages 2.918 million viewers per race. Those numbers are totaled and averages across both NBC and FOX networks. All together, that number is flat from the 2018 numbers. So overall, the ratings have hit the bottom.

Related: ISM Raceway will host the NASCAR finale in 2020; They need to fix it first

2019 NASCAR TV Viewers

Track | Date | Viewers | Rating

Daytona 500 Qualifying
February 10, 2019: 1.702 million (1.11)
February 11, 2018: 2.032 million (1.34)

Clash at Daytona
February 10, 2019: 2.294 million (1.36)
February 11, 2018: 2.255 million (1.35)

Can-Am Duels
February 14, 2019: 1.725 million (1.04)
February 15, 2018: 1.98 million (1.1)

Regular season begins

Daytona 500
February 17, 2019: 9.170 million (5.31)
February 18, 2019: 9.297 million (5.33)

Atlanta Motor Speedway
February 24, 2019: 5.067 million (3.10)
February 25, 2018: 5.609 million (3.27)

Las Vegas Motor Speedway
March 3, 2019: 5.115 million (3.05)
March 4, 2019: 4.732 million (2.89)

ISM Raceway
March 10, 2019: 4.794 million (2.86)
March 11, 2018: 4.576 million (2.81)

Auto Club Speedway
March 17, 2019: 4.178 million (2.51)
March 18, 2018: 4.029 million (2.41)

Martinsville Speedway
March 24, 2019: 2.455 million (1.5)
March 26, 2018: 1.191 million (1.2)

Texas Motor Speedway
March 31, 2019: 3.652 million (2.25)
April 8, 2018: 2.823 million (1.70)

Bristol Motor Speedway
April 7, 2019: 2.806 million (1.71)
April 15, 2018: 3.868 million (2.41)

Richmond Raceway
April 13, 2019: 2.787 million (1.73)
April 21, 2018: 3.033 million (1.82)

Talladega Superspeedway
April 28, 2019: 4.521 million (2.79)
April 29, 2018: 4.746 million (2.85)

Dover International Speedway
May 5, 2019: 1.541 million (0.96)
May 6, 2018: 2.774 million (1.69)

Kansas Speedway
May 11, 2019: 2.177 million (1.20)
May 12, 2018: 2.038 (1.24)

Charlotte: Monster Energy Open
May 18, 2019: 1.206 million (0.77)
May 19, 2018: 1.147 million (0.73)

Charlotte: All-Star Race
May 18, 2019: 2.441 million (1.40)
May 19, 2018: 2.474 million (1.49)

Charlotte Motor Speedway
May 26, 2019: 4.258 million (2.58)
May 27, 2018: 4.090 million (2.33)

Pocono Raceway
June 2, 2019: 2.386 million (1.45)
June 3, 2018: 2.672 million (1.63)

Michigan International Speedway
June 9, 2019: 1.801 million (1.10)
June 10, 2018: 3.701 million (2.20)

Sonoma Raceway
June 23, 2019: 2.478 million (1.51)
June 24, 2018: 2.334 million (1.44)

Switch from FOX to NBC portion of the schedule

Chicagoland Speedway
June 30, 2019: 2.407 million (1.42)
July 1, 2018: 2.548 million (1.58)

Daytona International Speedway
July 7, 2019: 3.285 million (2.12)
July 7, 2018: 4.437 million (2.72)

Kentucky Speedway
July 13, 2019: 2.075 million (1.21)
July 14, 2018: 2.264 million (1.33)

New Hampshire Motor Speedway
July 21, 2019: 2.794 million (1.72)
July 22, 2018: 2.497 million (1.53)

Pocono Raceway
July 28, 2019: 2.705 million (1.71)
July 29, 2018: 2.749 million (1.72)

Watkins Glen International
August 4, 2019: 2.722 million (1.67)
August 5, 2018: 3.672 million (2.32)

Michigan International Speedway
August 11, 2019: 2.897 million (1.8)
August 12, 2018: 2.5 million (1.6)

Bristol Motor Speedway
August 17, 2019: 2.503 million (1.50)
August 18, 2018: 2.326 million (1.39)

Darlington Raceway
September 1, 2019: 2.139 million (1.29)
September 2, 2018: 2.664 million (1.54)

Indianapolis Motor Speedway
September 8, 2019: 2.969 million (1.89)
September 10, 2018: 1.240 million

NASCAR Playoffs Begin

Las Vegas Motor Speedway
September 15, 2019: 2.384 million (1.42)
September 16, 2018: 2.138 million (1.28)

Richmond Raceway
September 21, 2019: 1.779 million (1.05)
September 22, 2018: 1.774 million (1.03)

Charlotte Motor Speedway: ROVAL
September 29, 2019: 3.024 million (1.83)
September 30, 2018: 3.218 million (1.95)

Dover International Speedway
October 6, 2019: 1.826 million (1.13)
October 7, 2018: 2.009 million (1.20)

Talladega Superspeedway
October 14, 2019: 1.54 million (0.99)
October 14, 2018: 3.510 million (2.16)

Kansas Speedway
October 20, 2019: 3.304 million (2.03)
October 21, 2018: 2.748 million (1.74)

Martinsville Speedway
October 27, 2019: 2.252 million (1.37)
October 28, 2018: 2.154 million (1.29)

Texas Motor Speedway
November 3, 2019: 2.20 million (1.36)
November 4, 2018: 2.266 million (1.42)

ISM Raceway
November 10, 2019: 2.57 million (1.63)
November 11, 2018: 3.307 million (2.03)

Homestead-Miami Speedway
November 17, 2019: 3.74 million (2.2)
November 18, 2018: 4.15 million (2.5)

NASCAR Cup Series at Daytona International SpeedwayNASCAR Cup Series at Daytona International Speedway
DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA – JULY 07: Joey Logano, driver of the #22 Shell Pennzoil Ford, and Kyle Busch, driver of the #18 Interstate Batteries Toyota, lead the field to the green flag to start the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona International Speedway on July 07, 2019 in Daytona Beach, Florida. (Photo by Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images)

Total number of 2019 NASCAR tv viewership; 2019 NASCAR ratings

TV Viewers
2019: 119.669 million (2.918 average per race)
2018: 125.572 million (3.062 average per race)

TV Ratings
2019: 1.768 average per race
2018: 1.889 average per race

What is tv viewership? TV viewership is the average number of tv viewers during the duration of the program.

What is a tv rating? A rating is the percentage of all tv viewers that have elected to watch a certain program.

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Source: https://racingnews.co/2019/11/26/2019-nascar-tv-ratings/

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