NASCAR TV Ratings: Las Vegas Motor Speedway (March 2023)

The Chase Elliott effect

Over the weekend, NASCAR unloaded in Las Vegas, Nevada. The 1.5-mile track of Las Vegas Motor Speedway hosted the NASCAR Cup Series, Xfinity Series and Truck Series.

View Las Vegas tv ratings below.

Friday’s NASCAR Truck Series race had 623,000 viewers on average. That tallied a rating at 0.36.

Saturday’s NASCAR Xfinity Series race brought 1,133,000 viewers on average. The event brought a household rating of 0.67.

Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race was seen by 3.991 million on average. It brought in a rating of 2.22

That’s down from the 4.544 million average for last year’s event. The over 12% drop can likely be attributed to NASCAR’s most popular driver being sidelined due to injury.

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The NASCAR Cup Series event was still the most-watched motorsports event of the weekend.

For comparison, the Bahrain Grand Prix brought 1,318,000 American viewers on average. In the same day, the 2023 Indycar season opener locked in 1,189,000 viewers on average.

Las Vegas Race Results: March 5, 2023 (NASCAR Cup Series)


March 5, 2023
Las Vegas Speedway
Viewers: 3,991,000
Ratings: 2.22

February 26, 2023
Auto Club Speedway
Viewers: 4,315,000
Ratings: 2.48

February 19, 2023
Daytona 500
Viewers: 8,181,000
Ratings: 4.37

February 5, 2023
LA Coliseum
Viewers: 3,647,000
Ratings: 2.01

Ratings via ShowBuzzDaily

NASCAR tv ratings (2022)

NASCAR TV Ratings (2021)

Auto Club Race Results: February 26, 2023 (NASCAR Cup Series)


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