How to listen to 2023 NASCAR championship race radio broadcast

And then there were four. 

The final weekend in the NASCAR Cup Series Championship is here, as the last four drivers eligible to win the championship race are battling in Phoenix for the ultimate prize in NASCAR. 

The 2023 championship race returns to the Phoenix Raceway for the third consecutive season. Four of NASCAR’s most talented youngsters will be racing to be crowned champion — Kyle Larson, William Byron, Ryan Blaney and Christopher Bell.

There is a good chance fans will see a first-time winner in 2023. Larson, who is the favorite for the 2023 championship race, is the only one who previously captured the Cup Series crown. He won the Cup Series back in 2021, beating out Chase Elliott, Martin Truex Jr., and Denny Hamlin. 

The Cup Series championship race consists of three stages and 312 laps in total on the one-mile track. The Championship 4 aren’t the only drivers at the event, however, they are the only ones eligible to win the championship. 

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Here’s what you need to know to listen to radio coverage of the 2023 NASCAR championship race:

Motor Racing Network (MRN) will host radio coverage of the 2023 NASCAR championship race. 

Jeff Striegle (booth announcer), Rusty Wallace (analyst) and Alex Hayden (analyst) will be on the call from Phoenix, joined by pit reporter Winston Kelley. 

Listeners can tune into the championship race on channel 90 on SiriusXM radio.

MRN’s broadcast of the 2023 NASCAR championship race in Phoenix can be live streamed on the MRN app. 

For those looking to watch the 2023 NASCAR championship race at Phoenix Raceway, they can do so by tuning into NBC.

Cord-cutters can follow the action on Peacock, as well as with Fubo, which offers a free trial.

NASCAR radio station: Channel, live streams, schedule to listen to 2023 championship race at Phoenix

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