The cup series’ 17th stage is ready to take place in Nashville this week. Read the latest info on the upcoming 2023 Ally 400 schedule, live stream, and starting grid info here on SportPaedia.
Ally 400 is a relatively new addition to the list of NASCAR’s annual race events. Established in 2021, the event is currently sanctioned under the annual NASCAR Cup series.
The upcoming 2023 Ally 400 will mark its 3rd annual iteration. It will be a 3-stage race of 300 laps. Lap count will be broken in stages, counting 90, 95, and 115 respectively. Participants will cross over 400 miles to complete the race event.
A total of 36 racers will partake in the professional NASCAR race event. Former champion Chase Elliott will return with Hendrick Motorsports to defend his title. Ross Chastain of Trackhouse Racing team is holding the pole position for the main race.
When will be 2023 Ally 400 held?
- Date: Sunday, June 25, 2023
- Time: 07:00 p.m. ET
The upcoming 17th stage of NASCAR Cup Series 2023 is scheduled to take place this Sunday, June 25. The flag for the main race will drop at 07:00 p.m. ET.
2023 Ally 400 Schedule:
|Saturday, June 24, 2023||Qualifying||01:00 p.m.|
|Sunday, June 25, 2023||Main Race||07:00 p.m.|
How to watch 2023 Ally 400 on TV?
NBC will air the upcoming Tennessee-based stock car racing event on TV in the United States. The broadcast will start with a special pre-race show half an hour before the main race.
How to watch the 2023 Ally 400 Live Stream?
- Hulu+ Live TV
2023 Ally 400 live stream will be available on the NBC live website and their mobile app. Additionally, fans will be able to watch it online via streaming the NBC channel on FuboTV, DirecTV, and Hulu+ Live TV.
Where will the event be held?
- Venue: Nashville Superspeedway
- Location: Lebanon, Tennessee
The Sunday race will take place at the Nashville Superspeedway. It is a racing complex featuring a standard 4-turn circuit. The circuit is 1.333 miles long. This racing complex is located in Gladeville, Tennessee.
2023 Ally 400 Start List:
The start list for the upcoming 2023 Ally 400 event is included below. It is based on the latest result from the qualifying race –
|Pole Position||Driver No.||Driver Name|
|15||16||A. J. Allmendinger|
|17||19||Martin Truex Jr.|
|30||47||Ricky Stenhouse Jr.|
|32||51||J. J. Yeley|