2022 NASCAR All-Star Schedule: Times, TV Stations, Lineup for Texas Xfinity, Truck and Cup Series Races

The NASCAR All-Star Race returns to Fort Worth, Texas for the second year in a row. It features the best drivers in all of NASCAR, but it’s much more than a circuit race. Throughout the weekend, the best NASCAR drivers will be on the front lines at Texas Motor Speedway.

Kyle Larson was the winner of last year’s Texas All-Star race and he will be back to try to defend his title.

However, the format this year will be slightly different than in previous years. The race consists of four stages totaling 125 laps, with three 25-lap stages and a 50-lap final stage. There will also be a knockout qualifying round, which has not existed in previous iterations of the race.

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Race Schedule for the NASCAR All-Star Weekend

Here’s the schedule for this year’s NASCAR All-Star Weekend with key race times.

Friday

time (ET) incident
17 o’clock NASCAR Xfinity Series exercise
17:30 Qualifying for the NASCAR Xfinity Series
19 o’clock NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver introductions
19:30 o’clock NASCAR Camping World Truck Series SpeedyCash.com 220 (stages 35/70/147 laps = 220.5 miles)

Saturday

time (ET) incident
6 p.m NASCAR Cup Series Practice
6:45 p.m NASCAR Cup Series Qualification (Open)
7:05 p.m NASCAR Cup Series Qualification (All-Star Q1)
19:30 o’clock NASCAR Cup Series Qualification (All-Star Q2)

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Sunday

time (ET) incident
4 p.m NASCAR Cup Series Driver Presentations
4:30 p.m NASCAR Cup Series Open Race (stages 20/20/10 laps)
6:30 p.m Introducing the NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Drivers
19 o’clock NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Races (stages 25/25/25/50 laps)

What channel is NASCAR’s All-Star Weekend on?

FS1 will be broadcast on NASCAR throughout the weekend. All practice sessions, qualifying sessions and actual races will take place at the times stated above.

There will be options to stream the race as fans can find coverage on Fox Sports Go or via fuboTV which offers a free trial.

Who will be in the NASCAR All-Star lineup?

While they have to go through qualifying to secure their grid spots, 20 drivers have already qualified for the actual event. Here is the 2022 NASCAR All-Star roster.

driver car no team
AJ Allmendinger 16 Kaulig Racing
Brad Keselowski 6 Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing
Michael McDowell 34 Motorsport in the front row
Bubba Wallace 23 23XI race
Denny Hamlin 11 Joe Gibbs Racing
Kurt Busch 45 23XI race
Austin Cinderic 2 Team Penke
Hunt Briscoe 14 Stewart-Haas race
Aric Almirola 10 Stewart-Haas race
Kevin Harvick 4 Stewart-Haas race
Christopher Bell 20 Joe Gibbs Racing
Kyle Larson 5 Henrik Motorsport
Alex Bowman 48 Henrik Motorsport
Joey Logano 22 Team Penke
Martin Truex Jr. 19 Joe Gibbs Racing
Ross Chastain 1 Trackhouse race
William Byron 24 Henrik Motorsport
Kyle Bush 18 Joe Gibbs Racing
Ryan Blaney 12 Team Penke
Chase Eliot 9 Henrik Motorsport

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