NASCAR Announces New Cup Series Media Rights Agreement
NASCAR has reached a seven-year media rights agreement for the NASCAR Cup Series with four distribution partners--FOX Sports, NBC Sports, Amazon Prime Video and TNT Sports--to deliver live coverage of all 38 NASCAR Cup Series races beginning in 2025 and extending through the 2031 season. Financial terms of these agreements were not disclosed.
FOX Sports and NBC Sports will each broadcast 14 NASCAR Cup Series events. The FOX Sports portion of the Cup Series schedule includes the Busch Light Clash and the Daytona 500. NBC Sports’ coverage of the Cup Series will encompass the final 14 events of the season, including the Playoffs and Championship race. Both partners will feature a mix of broadcast and cable events, NASCAR said.
The NASCAR Cup Series will also welcome two new broadcast partners in 2025 – Prime Video and TNT Sports – that will evenly split a series of 10 midseason races. Both have also obtained exclusive rights to practice and qualifying sessions for the entire Cup Series schedule through 2031, with the exceptions of the Busch Light Clash, DAYTONA 500 and NASCAR All-Star Race, which will remain with FOX Sports.