This led to a whole lot of discussion from drivers and media, and may also inspire some changes to the post-race procedures.
Overnight ratings went up ten percent compared to the Charlotte oval race last year.
If NASCAR doesn't see higher ratings for this race compared to last year's oval race, nothing will.
The 1.0 here is part of a disturbing trend; more races this year have pulled a 1.5 or less than in the previous 17 seasons combined.
Earnhardt Jr. was billed as an in-car analyst for NBC, but he ended up leading the most laps on the night.
Dale Jr. is back to race on Friday night.
MRN's Mike Bagley is back with NBC this week for the broadcast.
The Fox/FS1 average of 3,983,000 viewers this year was a long way from the heights of 5,578,000 in 2016.
Venturini is a broadcaster for the Performance Racing Network, and has also served as a reporter for Speed Channel and FS1.
Could a four-man booth be in the works for NBC's NASCAR coverage?
After positive feedback when they did this last year, Fox brought back its “Drivers Only” broadcast that consists...
You can see Harvick, Bubba Wallace, Ryan Blaney and everyone else Saturday at 3 PM ET on Fox.
The in-car camera second-screen feed was popular last year, and NASCAR and Twitter are bringing it back and expanding it to some regular-season races.