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How To Watch The Ally 400 NASCAR Race

Catch every lap at Nashville Superspeedway

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NASCAR fans won’t want to miss one of the year’s most exciting NASCAR Cup Series races, so don’t be left wondering how to watch the Ally 400 after cutting the cord. Buckle up for 300 laps and 400 miles of lightning-fast oval racing from some of the biggest names in stock car racing, like Martin Truex Jr., Joey Lagano, and Kyle Busch. With NASCAR greats of yesteryear like Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Jeff Burton announcing, fans are in for a treat. Keep reading to make sure you’re in the driver’s seat for this year’s Ally 400.  

Where to watch the Ally 400

If you’re trying to find out how to watch the Ally 400, look no further than NBC. Because NBC is such a popular network, it’s easy to find a live TV streaming service that offers the network for a lower monthly price than a traditional cable provider. DIRECTV STREAM, Fubo TV, Hulu + Live TV, and YouTube TV all offer access to NBC, meaning you can use them to watch the Ally 400. 

Streaming ServiceCost Channels Free Trial
DIRECTV STREAM$79.99+75+ Yes
Fubo TV$79.99+171+Yes
Hulu + Live TV$76.99+90+No
YouTube TV$72.99+100+Yes

How to watch the Ally 400 with DIRECTV STREAM

DIRECTV STREAM is the streaming service offered by satellite TV giant DIRECTV. DIRECTV STREAM also offers a free trial, making it a budget-friendly way to catch the Ally 400. The Entertainment plan offers over 75 channels, including ESPN, ESPN2, and Fox Sports 1 (FS1) for sports fans.

Each plan following the Entertainment plan contains every channel in the plan preceding it and more – the Choice plan includes over 105 channels: everything in the Entertainment plan plus ESPNU, FanDuelTV, NFL Network, and more. The Ultimate plan includes everything from the choice plan, Fox Sports 2 (FS2), NHL Network, and more, bringing its channel count over 140. The Premier plan includes cable-plan staples like HBO and SHOWTIME, bringing the channel count to over 150. 

How to watch the Ally 400 with FuboTV

Fubo TV offers the most channels of any base plan – the most basic Fubo TV plan, the Pro plan, offers over 170 channels, including FS1, FS2, NFL Network, ESPN, ESPN2, and more. The Elite plan expands on this list, including MLB Network, NHL Network, ESPNU, and more. For the sports fan who needs it all, the Premier plan offers over 250 channels, including NFL RedZone, MLB Strike Zone, and more.

How to watch the Ally 400 with Hulu + Live TV

Each Hulu + Live TV plan offers the same channel list but comes with different bundle options. The most basic Hulu + Live TV plan nets users over 85 channels, including ESPN, ESPN2, FS1, FS2, NFL Network, and more, in addition to the NBC channel needed for the Ally 400. Users can bundle Disney Plus with or without ads and ESPN Plus with ads, making Hulu + Live TV a great option for households with more than just sports fans. Unfortunately, this is the only streaming service offering NBC that doesn’t offer a free trial, so you’ll have to commit to a monthly plan before watching the Ally 400.

How to watch the Ally 400 with YouTube TV

Online video titan YouTube offers its own live-TV streaming service, YouTube TV. The Base plan includes over 100 channels, like NBC, ABC, Fox, CBS, CBS Sports Network, ESPN, ESPN2, and more, like FS1, FS2, and NFL Network. If this sounds too good to be true, YouTube TV offers a free trial so you can see for yourself. 

Ally 400 schedule 2024

Sunday, June 25 @ 6 p.m. NASCAR Cup Series Ally 400 Race

*All of the times are Eastern

Ally 400 entry list

  1. Ross Chastain
  2. Austin Cindric
  3. Austin Dillon
  4. Kevin Harvick
  5. Kyle Larson
  6. Brad Keselowski
  7. Corey LaJoie
  8. Kyle Busch
  9. Chase Elliott
  10. Aric Almirola
  11. Denny Hamlin
  12. Ryan Blaney
  13. Chase Briscoe
  14. Brennan Poole
  15. A.J. Allmendinger
  16. Chris Buescher
  17. Martin Truex Jr
  18. Christopher Bell
  19. Harrison Burton
  20. Joey Logano
  21. Bubba Wallace
  22. William Byron
  23. Justin Haley
  24. Michael McDowell
  25. Todd Gilliland
  26. Ryan Preece
  27. Noah Gragson
  28. Erik Jones
  29. Tyler Reddick
  30. Ricky Stenhouse Jr
  31. Alex Bowman
  32. J.J. Yeley
  33. Ty Gibbs
  34. Ty Dillon
  35. Josh Bilicki
  36. Daniel Suarez

Deny Your Cable Plan Pole Position

With so many other ways to get your hands on NBC, there’s little reason to spend so much money on a cable plan. Any of the streaming services listed above will provide the same live TV you know and love, likely at a lower price point than your cable provider, but DIRECTV STREAM offers the best cable alternative that gets you NBC and the Ally 400, and it offers a free trial. 


Can I watch NASCAR live on YouTube?

You can watch NASCAR live on YouTube TV. If you’re not sure YouTube TV is right for you, it offers a free trial. 

Can I watch NASCAR races online for free?

Yes, you can watch NASCAR races online for free – technically and temporarily. If you subscribe to a free trial of DIRECTV STREAM, Fubo TV, or YouTube TV, you can watch any televised NASCAR races for free. 

How many laps is the Ally 400?

The Ally 400 is 300 laps. It is named the Ally 400 because it is 400 miles.

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