Stay in the NASCAR pole position with daily broadcasts of classic races on SiriusXM

Whether you’re driving to the grocery store or holed up in your living room, feel like you’re at the racetrack all week with exclusive broadcasts of iconic NASCAR races. Every day, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio (Ch. 90) is putting the pedal to the metal in bringing you classic races featuring legendary drivers from today and yesteryear, such as Dale Earnhardt, Jeff Gordon, Kyle Petty, Tony Stewart, Bobby Labonte, Joey Logano, and many more (see this week’s broadcast schedule below).

If you’re an All Access subscriber, tune in to SiriusXM NASCAR Radio now.

Plus, don’t miss any NASCAR news updates, expert analysis, and exclusive interviews from SiriusXM NASCAR Radio’s hosts and analysts, including Claire B. Lang, Dave Moody, Brad Gillie, Larry McReynolds, and more (see this week’s show schedule here).

Classic Races Schedule (all times ET)

 

Friday, March 27

8pm: 2000 Pontiac Excitement 400 — Dale Earnhardt Jr. wins his 2nd career race.

Saturday, March 28

7am: 1999 Exide NASCAR Select Batteries 400  — Stewart gets his 1st career Winston Cup Series Win.

1pm: 2011 Ford 400 — Tony Stewart wins race and ends season tied with Carl Edwards in points. Tie breaker goes to Tony for 2011 Title.

8pm: 2019 Ford EcoBoost 400 — Kyle Busch wins his 2nd NASCAR Cup Title.

Sunday, March 29

4am: 1991 Banquet Frozen Foods 300 — Davey Allison beats Ricky Rudd due to Rudd being black flagged for contact with Allison coming to the checkers.

10am: 1994 Miller Genuine Draft 400 — Rusty Wallace beats Dale Earnhardt Sr. while racing sponsored by Miller Genuine Draft.

4pm: 2000 Pontiac Excitement 400 — Dale Earnhardt Jr. wins his 2nd career race.

Monday, March 30

2am: 2013 Aaron’s 499 — David Ragan last lap pass to win at Talladega.

8pm: 1996 Miller 500 — Jeff Gordon wins at Dover.

Tuesday, March 31

5am: 1998 TranSouth 400 — Dale Jarrett holds off Jeff Gordon by .25 seconds.

8pm: 1990 Miller Genuine Draft 400 — Bill Elliott blows an engine after dominating, allowing Dale Earnhardt to win.

Wednesday, April 1

4am: 2013 Daytona 500 — Danica Patrick on the Pole, Jimmie Johnson wins 2nd Daytona 500.

8pm: 1992 GM Goodwrench 500 — Bill Elliott dominates at Rockingham, wins by 12.75 seconds.

Thursday, April 2

5am: 1998 Pocono 500 — Jeremy Mayfield battles Darrell Waltrip to win his first career race.

8pm: 1997 California 500 — Jeff Gordon wins the first race at California Speedway.

Friday, April 3

5am: 1984 Champion Spark Plug 400 — Darrell Waltrip battles Terry Labonte to win at Michigan.

8pm: 1988 Busch 500 — Rusty Wallace races after crashing in practice the day before and needing to be revived by ESPN Pit Reporter Dr. Jerry Punch, Dale Earnhardt Wins.

Saturday, April 4

2am: 2013 Federated Auto Parts 400 — Carl Edwards wins final race before 2013 Chase, race marred by controversy known as Spingate.

7am: 1991 Pyroil 500 — Davey Allison wins at Phoenix.

1pm: 2013 GEICO 400 — Matt Kenseth wins first race in the 2013 Chase for the Sprint Cup.

8pm: 2013 Ford EcoBoost 400 — Denny Hamlin wins race, Jimmie Johnson wins 6th title, Mark Martin’s final race.

Sunday, April 5

2am: 1977 Old Dominion 500 — Cale Yarborough edges out Benny Parsons to win.

10am: 1994 UAW-GM Teamwork 500 — Rusty Wallace wins.

4pm: 1986 Motocraft 500 — Morgan Shepherd wins his 2nd career race.

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