Below are the TV ratings from this past weekend. NASCAR benefitted from not having an IndyCar or F1 race to compete against this past weekend.
All broadcasts showed a low ratio of young viewers to total viewers, indicating the trend towards an aging out of their fan base continues unabated.
|Network||Event||Location||Total Viewers||18-49 Viewers||Ratio:
18-49 Yr Old
|2022 TV Rating||2021 TV Rating||%Chg|
|NBC||NASCAR Cup Race L||Nashville||2,921,000||591,000||20%||1.81||**1.46||23.97%|
|NBC||NASCAR Cup Rain Delay||Nashville||2,143,000||466,000||22%||1.33||N/A||N/A|
|CBS||SRX Race L||South Boston||982,000||187,000||19%||0.58||*0.72||-19.44%|
|USA||NASCAR Xfinity race L||Nashville||796,000||168,000||21%||0.50||0.61||-18.03%|
|USA||NASCAR Cup Conclusion||Nashville||793,000||242,000||31%||0.48||N/A||N/A|
|FOX||NHRA Finals L||Norwalk||702,000||104,000||15%||0.45||0.48||-6.25%|
|FS1||NASCAR Truck Race L||Nashville||534,000||108,000||20%||0.30||0.32||-6.25%|
*Race ran at Knoxville last year
**Race was on NBCSN last year, so of course the bump up in this year’s rating