NASCAR All-Star race TV rating

UPDATE Ratings for the Sprint All-Star Race televised live on Speed, dropped 10.3 percent from 3.68 in 2009 to 3.30 in 2010, according to a network spokesman. The race peaked at a 4.38 this year, compared with a peak of 4.69 in 2009. Speed reached the most households of any basic cable network during the race in the 35-54 male category and 55-and-over male category. It ranked second in the 18-34 male category. The overall number of households watching the race was 2,496,000. Speed also provided live coverage of the NASCAR Hall of Fame induction ceremony, which drew a 0.92 (694,000 households).

05/24/10 The NASCAR Sprint All-Star Challenge earned a 2.1/4 Share Saturday night on SPEED, which matched last year's overnight ratings.

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