NASCAR and NBC Sports revealed the initial rollout offerings of the NBC Sports Gold TrackPass on Tuesday morning.
As expected, the service will include live streams of the entire ARCA East, ARCA West, NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour, NASCAR Pinty’s and NASCAR Euro division seasons, respectively. In addition, the service will also include live streams for all the ARCA Menards Series races that are covered by MAVTV.
The Fox Sports 1 ARCA Menards Series races will be made available to TrackPass subscribers several days after its competition.
TrackPass will also include all nights of racing from the 54th annual World Series of Asphalt from New Smyrna Speedway, which features nightly action for the Super Late Models, Pro Late Models, Tour Type Modifieds and several regional divisions.
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All eight races of the ARCA Menards Series East will air live on TrackPass on NBC Sports Gold, beginning with the season-opening Skips Western Outfitters 175 on Monday night at New Smyrna. NBCSN will provide tape-delayed coverage of entire ARCA Menards Series East season, with the Skips Western Outfitters 175 airing on Friday at 1 p.m. ET.
TrackPass on NBC Sports Gold will also provide live coverage of the entire ARCA Menards Series West season, which kicks off Thursday, Feb. 20 with the Star Nursery 150 from the Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. NBCSN will provide coverage on Tuesday, Feb. 25 at 6 p.m. ET, along with coverage of the entire 10-race ARCA Menards Series West slate.
The NASCAR package of TrackPass is available for $2.99/month or $19.99 annually and includes all of the above. While not yet announced, TrackPass is also expected to have many of the prestigious NASCAR sanctioned Late Model and Modified events on the service throughout the summer in addition to the regional tours.
The TrackPass on NBC Sports Gold All-Access Pass, which includes NASCAR Roots plus IMSA and American Flat Track, for $4.99/month or $44.99/year.
TrackPass on NBC Sports Gold also allows for big screen optimization through apps like Chromebast, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Xfinity Flex or an HDMI cable connected device.