The NASCAR Network (Johnsonverse)

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Owner: Johnson Industries
Launched: January 1, 2019, 2 years ago
Language(s): English
Spanish
Picture format: 16:9 (letterboxed for 4:3)


The NASCAR Network is a television network that launched on January 1, 2019. Created as a spin-off to Speed Network, the network airs practice and qualifying sessions for NASCAR's top three series (Panasonic Cup Series, Busch, and Craftsman Truck Series), as well as all events from all lower series (Arby's Convertible Series, AutoZone Elite Series, Howard Johnson's SUV Series, Nintendo Racing Series, K&N Pro Series, Whelen Modified Tour, Camping World Mid-Size Division, Taco Bell E-Series, Sears All-American Series, Goody's Dash Series, McDonald's Australia Series, Subway Canada Series, Toyota Mexico Series, Days Inn Euro Series, and ARCA Racing Series), reruns of past races, and select races of the Sears All-American Racing Series (chiefly races at Cup venues).

Note that the network won't broadcast practice and qualifying sessions for the top three series when they are on a Fox or NBC network; those are shown on Fox Sports 1 (FS1) and NBC Sports Network (NBCSN), respectively.

History

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Music

The theme music for the network's broadcasts is "Zipliner" by Edd Kalehoff, the theme for NASCAR on TSS between 1997 and 2000.