For its half of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season, Fox Sports finished up 3% in ratings and 2% in viewership across Fox and FS1, excluding rainouts. The network went from a 2.37 rating.
After a full season of NASCAR coverage in 2019, NASCAR has something to hang its hat on, as ratings for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series increased ever so slightly over 2018. The increase was.
NASCAR has languished under slipping attendance and dropping TV ratings throughout the start of the 2017 season, with the opening half of the year coming in low on FOX Sports.Now, NBC Sports has.
Ratings for the Coke 600 were down from last year. 2.4 and just under 4,000,000 viewers 2.4 and just under 4,000,000 viewers Center Grove Trojans.
NASCAR is in trouble. The sport’s attendance and TV viewership numbers have been in a free fall for almost a decade. The lengthy list of reasons includes the Great Recession, the rise of cord.
NASCAR ratings took another hit in 2009. According to Jayski’s analysis, the hits were across the board. FOX lost 1.5 million viewers from 2008 to 2009, a 15 percent hit. TNT, ESPN and ABC each lost about 400,000 viewers, about an 8 percent hit. The June Michigan, June New Hampshire and November Texas races were flat. Ratings went up in New Hampshire, the August Michigan race, the Bristol.
The television ratings for the 2019 Daytona 500 are the lowest since the recording of viewership numbers for the race began in 1979. The overnight television ratings for the 2019 NASCAR Cup Series.
That’s down from the 2019 viewership of 4.258 million as well as the 2018 race which was seen by 4.090 million. The early rain shower likely hurt the viewership as NASCAR is one of the few live sports on television currently and the event should have dominated as a result. Related: Coca-Cola 600 Results: May 24, 2020 (NASCAR Cup Series) 2020 NASCAR tv ratings. Below are the NASCAR TV.
North American stock car-racing series Nascar remains in a strong position despite a host of events suffering a fall in television ratings, according to chairman Brian France.
Before NASCAR cut the number of races down for the 1972 season, tracks under 1 mile made up more than 55% of the races. After the changes for the 1972 season, tracks under 1 mile made up only 29% of the races in 1972 and then had 10 races, around 33% of the races, until the mid 1980s. After losing 2 races at Nashville in 1985 and 2 races at North Wilkesboro after 1996 the NASCAR schedule had.
NASCAR HAMMER DOWN takes viewers to the racetrack for a close-up look at the sport and its stars. Hosted by Karsyn Elledge -- herself a dirt racer and the granddaughter of legend Dale Earnhardt -- this magazine-formatted series features practical jokes, interviews with big names such as Joey Logano, and lots of factoids about NASCAR and its stars.
NASCAR's top series had another record low for TV viewership this season. The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series averaged 3.3 million viewers across 33 races on NBC, Fox, NBCSN and FS1 this season.
TV ratings for the NASCAR Daytona 500 on FOX increased this weekend (5.5 overnight rating) compared to last season (5.1 rating), and while that seems promising for a dying sport, it isn’t.
NASCAR Hall of Famer Mark Martin recently weighed in on the sport's declining attendance and ratings and offered a very levelheaded analysis. Leave it to one of the coolest customers ever to sit.
Idea on why viewership is down Could a reason the TV ratings are going down is because NASCAR now has much better streaming options? I know that that big of a number didn't just jump ship to the streaming, but I feel the numbers look so bad because a good number of people went to watching the stream on top on losing a few fans from last year.NASCAR remains 0-for-2018 as every single race has declined double-digits from last season. ADVERTISEMENT Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series Pocono 400 earned a 1.6 rating and 2.7 million viewers on FS1, down 27% in ratings and 25% in viewership from last year (2.2, 3.6M) and down 30% and 26% respectively from 2015 (2.3, 3.6M).According to our own TV ratings page (which in turn owes a debt of gratitude to ShowBuzzDaily), Charlotte should be the sixth points-paying Cup Series race of 2019 to show an increase in both.