Motorsports TV Schedule – September 8 to 11

The motorsports TV schedule is quieter this weekend as NASCAR locks down the final spots in the Chase for the Sprint Cup.

Heading into the second weekend of September, the motorsports TV schedule quiets down a bit. But there will still be plenty of eyes on the racing world as the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series decides who make the final cut for the Chase.

Both the Sprint Cup Series and Xfinity Series will be on track at Richmond International Raceway. The Xfinity race on Friday night will be the penultimate race before their first-ever Chase for the championship. Meanwhile there are just a handful of drivers who can clinch the final spots for the Sprint Cup Series playoff. You can see the Chase-clinching scenarios for all the currently eligible NSCS teams here.

There will be a slim selection from other racing series as motorsports compete against both the NFL and NCAA football. Australian V8 Supercars, British Touring Cars and Lucas Oil Off-Road Racing will all be televised on CBS Sports while the two-wheeled machines will take a bigger share of the spotlight when MotoAmerica races in New Jersey and MotoGP is in Italy.

Here is the full motorsports TV schedule for September 8 to 11, 2016 (all times ET):

NASCAR at Richmond on TV

All Events Live Unless Noted

Friday

  • Xfinity Series Final Practice, Friday at 8:00 am on NBCSN
  • Sprint Cup Series Practice, Friday at 10:00 am on NBCSN
  • Sprint Cup Series Final Practice, Friday at 12:00 pm on NBCSN
  • Xfinity Series Qualifying, Friday at 4:00 pm on NBCSN
  • Sprint Cup Series Qualifying, Friday at 5:30 pm on NBCSN
  • Xfinity Series Countdown to Green, Friday at 7:00 pm on NBCSN
  • Xfinity Series – Virginia 529 College Savings 250, Friday at 7:30 pm on NBCSN
  • Xfinity Series Post-Race Show, Friday at 10:00 pm on NBCSN

Saturday

  • NASCAR RaceDay, Saturday at 3:30 pm on FS2
  • NASCAR America Saturday, Saturday at 5:00 pm on NBCSN
  • Sprint Cup Series Countdown to Green, Saturday at 7:00 pm on NBCSN
  • Sprint Cup Series – Federated Auto Parts 400, Saturday at 7:30 pm on NBCSN
  • NASCAR America Post-Race, Saturday at 11:00 pm on NBCSN
  • NASCAR Victory Lap, Saturday at 11:30 pm on NBCSN

Sunday

  • NASCAR Victory Lane, Sunday at 1:30 am on FS1

Other Racing Series on TV

Live Events Noted in Italics

Thursday

  • Lucas Oil Pro Buggy Series, Thursday at 10:00 am on CBS Sports Network
  • Endurocross at Gwinnett, Thursday at 8:00 pm on CBS Sports Network
  • Real Road Racing at Ireland, Thursday at 9:00 pm on CBS Sports Network
  • Journey to the Hammers:  King of the Motos, Thursday at 10:00 pm on NBCSN
  • Nitro Circus Crazy Train, Thursday at 11:00 pm on NBCSN

Friday

  • Lamborghini SuperTrofeo at Road America, Friday at 1:00 am on CBS Sports Network
  • NASCAR K&N Pro Series East at Greenville-Pickens, Friday at 11:00 am on NBCSN
  • NASCAR Southern Speed:  The Legend of Darlington, Friday at 1:30 pm on NBCSN
  • Red Bull Signature Series, Friday at 2:30 pm on NBCSN
  • MotoGP Highlights, Friday at 6:00 pm on beIN Sports

Saturday

  • NASCAR The List:  Daytona Memories, Saturday at 2:30 am on NBCSN
  • MotoGP Qualifying at San Marino, Saturday at 8:00 am on beIN Sports

Sunday

  • MotoAmerica Qualifying at New Jersey, Sunday at 1:00 am on beIN Sports
  • MotoGP Racing at San Marino, Sunday at 4:50 am on beIN Sports
  • MotoAmerica Racing at New Jersey, Sunday at 12:00 pm on beIN Sports
  • DTM Racing at Nurburgring, Sunday at 1:00 pm on CBS Sports Network
  • British Touring Cars Championship at Rockingham, Sunday at 3:00 pm on CBS Sports Network
  • Australian V8 Supercars at Sydney, Sunday at 4:00 pm on CBS Sports Network
  • Lucas Oil Racing Series, Sunday at 5:00 pm on CBS Sports Network
  • MXGP – MX2 at Glen Helen, Sunday at 6:00 pm on CBS Sports Network
  • MXGP Racing at Glen Helen, Sunday at 7:00 pm on CBS Sports Network

Are you excited for the thrilling conclusion to NASCAR’s regular season? Will you be watching any other races this weekend? Let us know your viewing plans in the comments, and Beyond The Flag will have you covered all weekend long with updates from the track.

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