UPDATE: Last Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race from Charlotte averaged a 2.3 rating and 4.06 million viewers on FOX, down a tick in ratings but up 2% in viewership from last year, when the race faced zero competing live sporting events but finished after Midnight ET due to rain, and down 12% and 5% respectively from 2019 (2.6, 4.26M)
For the season, the Coke 600 ranks sixth in viewership out of the nine regularly scheduled races on FOX, ahead of Phoenix (3.86M), Atlanta (3.72M) and Richmond (3.32M). A tenth race, Bristol, was postponed to a Monday due to rain.
In other NASCAR action, the Xfinity Series race at Charlotte averaged a 0.59 and 999,000 on FS1, peaking at 1.16 million — the largest audience for the race on cable since 2016 (1.41M). The Truck Series race there pulled a 0.37 and 614,000.
ORIGINAL POST: Fox earned a 2.3 rating with just over 4 million viewers for Sunday’s Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Last year, Fox earned a 2.4 rating with 2.96 million visitors. That race was interrupted by rain for more than an hour.
— FOX Sports PR (@FOXSportsPR) June 2, 2021
.@FoxTV earned a 2.3 rating and 4.061 million viewers for Sunday's Coke 600, down a tick in rating but up 2% in viewership from last year (2.4/3.96M).
— Adam Stern (@A_S12) June 2, 2021