TV hours, participants, history & Co.

TV hours, participants, history & Co.


(Motorsport-Total.com) – The hotly contested regular season in the 2022 NASCAR Cup Series continues just seven days after a tumultuous race in Atlanta. Special road signs are of course completely different. From the “highest track” on the calendar, with its 28-degree curve, it goes to the flat oval where the points race will be held this year: New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon.

New Hampshire Motor Speedway at Loudon: The flattest oval on the 2022 NASCAR Cup calendar

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Located in the northeastern United States, the one-mile oval in Loudon has a bank angle of only two to seven degrees. The bank continues, meaning it increases from the inside to the outside of the corner. Because they are circular with a regular shape and two parallel slopes, both 1/2 turn and 3/4 turn are banked gradually from two to seven degrees.

Below is a summary of all the important information about NASCAR 2022 Loudon:

New Hampshire Motor Speedway data

Location: Loudon (New Hampshire, United States)
Type of method: circular
song length: 1.058 miles
Curve Bank (bank): 2 to 7 degrees
On the NASCAR calendar since: 1993
NASCAR track record: Brad Keselowski in 27.090 seconds (140.598 miles per hour) in the 2014 season

Logo: Ambetter 301 in Loudon

On the one-mile loop at Loudon, 301 instead of 300 laps have been run over the years. zoom

Schedule NASCAR 2022 Loudon (in local time; difference in Central Europe: 6 hours)

Saturday 16th July
11:35 am: Free practice (35 minutes)
12:20 pm: Qualifying (two parts; individual time trial)

Sunday 17 July
3:00pm: Race – Ambetter 301 (301 laps)

TV Times and Live Streaming NASCAR 2022 Loudon (in CEST)

Sunday 17 July
20:30 CEST: Race on Sport1+

In the DACH region (Germany, Austria, Switzerland), pay TV channels participate Sports1+ and Motor Vision TV broadcasts of all races for the 2022 NASCAR season. It will be broadcast live and in full length via cable and satellite.


NASCAR-2022: A new generation car breaks with tradition!

Standard chassis, carbon fiber, transmission, sequential gearbox, central wheel nut: these are just a few key words that create a shock-absorbing environment!

In the United States, the races for the first half of the 2022 NASCAR season will be broadcast live and in full by the Fox TV channel. NBC TV also shows the race in the second half of the season live and in its entirety. It is broadcast live on the respective major station or on a dedicated channel (Fox Sports 1 on Fox, USA Network on NBC).

As an alternative or in addition to TV broadcasts from Sport1+ and Motorvision TV or from Fox and NBC, the races of the 2022 NASCAR season can be streamed live. TrackPasspremium NASCAR streaming site.

A life expectancy for all sessions (practice, qualifying sessions, races) of the 2022 NASCAR season is available for free on the official NASCAR website.

NASCAR 2022 Loudon entry list (36 cars)

Loudon’s entry list is no wider than 36 cars. Three of these 36 full-time cars are occupied differently from last week (Atlanta). JJ Yeley runs the #15 Ware Ford. AJ Allmendinger drives the #16 Kaulig Chevrolet. and Josh Bilicki drives the #77 Spire Chevrolet. Although Bilicki was originally signed to Atlanta, he was replaced there by Landon Cassill at the deadline, which is why the cockpit is now a different cast.

#1 – Trackhouse Chevrolet – Ross Chastain – 2 wins of the season
#2 – Penske Ford – Austin Cindric * – 1 win of the season
#3 – Childress Chevrolet – Austin Dillon
#4 – Stewart/Haas Ford – Kevin Harvick
#5 – Hendrick Chevrolet – Kyle Larson – 1 win of the season
#6 – RFK Ford – Brad Keselowski
#7 – Spire Chevrolet – Corey LaJoie
#8 – Childress Chevrolet – Tyler Reddick – 1 win of the season
#9 – Hendrick Chevrolet – Chase Elliott – 3 wins of the season
#10 – Stewart/Haas Ford – Aric Almirola
#11 – Gibbs Toyota – Denny Hamlin – 2 wins of the season
#12 – Penske Ford – Ryan Blaney
#14 – Stewart/Haas Ford – Chase Briscoe – 1 win of the season
#15 – Ware Ford – JJ Yeley
#16 – Kaulig Chevrolet – AJ Allmendinger
#17 – RFK Ford – Chris Buescher
#18 – Gibbs Toyota – Kyle Busch – 1 win of the season
#19 – Gibbs Toyota – Martin Truex Jr.
#20 – Gibbs Toyota – Christopher Bell
#21 – Wood Ford – Harrison Burton *
#22 – Penske Ford – Joey Logano – 2 wins of the season
#23 – 23XI – Toyota – Bubba Wallace
#24 – Hendrick Chevrolet – William Byron – 2 wins of the season
#31 – Kaulig Chevrolet – Justin Haley
#34 – Front Row Ford – Michael McDowell
#38 – Front Row Ford – Todd Gilliland *
#41 – Stewart/Haas Ford – Cole Custer
#42 – Petty/GMS Chevrolet – Ty Dillon
#43 – Petty/GMS Chevrolet – Erik Jones
#45 – 23XI Toyota – Kurt Busch – 1 win of the season
#47 – JTG Chevrolet – Ricky Stenhouse
#48 – Hendrick Chevrolet – Alex Bowman – 1 win of the season
#51 – Ware-Ford – Cody Ware
#77 – Spire Chevrolet – Josh Bilicki
#78 – Live Fast Ford – BJ McLeod
#99 – Trackhouse Chevrolet – Daniel Suarez – 1 win of the season

* Rookie


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History: All NASCAR race winners at Loudon

2021: Aric Almirola
2020: Brad Keselowski
2019: Kevin Harvick
2018: Kevin Harvick
2017: Denny Hamlin / Kyle Busch
2016: Matt Kenseth / Kevin Harvick
2015: Kyle Busch / Matt Kenseth
2014: Brad Keselowski / Joey Logano
2013: Brian Vickers / Matt Kenseth
2012: Kasey Kahne / Denny Hamlin
2011: Ryan Newman / Tony Stewart
2010: Jimmie Johnson / Clint Bowyer
2009: Joey Logano / Mark Martin
2008: Kurt Busch / Greg Biffle
2007: Denny Hamlin / Clint Bowyer
2006: Kyle Busch / Kevin Harvick
2005: Tony Stewart / Ryan Newman
2004: Kurt Busch / Kurt Busch
2003: Jimmie Johnson / Jimmie Johnson
2002: Ward Burton / Ryan Newman
2001: Dale Jarrett / Robby Gordon
2000: Tony Stewart / Jeff Burton
1999: Jeff Burton / Joe Nemechek
1998: Jeff Burton / Jeff Gordon
1997: Jeff Burton / Jeff Gordon
1996: Ernie Irvan
1995: Jeff Gordon
1994: Ricky Rudd
1993: Rusty Wallace