Nascar All-Star race viewership peaks at 2.9m on FS1

Event TV ratings up 31% year-over-year.

Nascar All-Star race viewership peaks at 2.9m on FS1

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  • All-Star race reached average audience of 2.73m
  • TV ratings up 12 per cent on 2019 race

Nascar's All-Star race at Texas Motor Speedway reached an average viewership of 2.73 million viewers on Fox Sports 1, it has been confirmed.

Peaking at 2.93 million, the race which saw Kyle Larson secure the victory, was the most watched All-Star event since 2017.

Viewership was up by 12 per cent in comparison to 2019 edition and 31 per cent compared to last year’s All-Star race.

Meanwhile, Nascar's Xfinity Series race on the concurrent weekend averaged 1.1 million viewers on Fox Sports, an improvement of 16 per cent in comparison to 2019. The third tier Nascar's Camping World Truck Series scored 625,000 viewers, a ten per cent increase from 2020 and a 74 per cent increase from 2019.

Additionally, the inaugural Superstar Racing Experience (SRX) race at Stafford Motor Speedway on 12th June reached 1.33 million on CBS, according to Racing News.