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NASCAR Playoff 2023: Postseason format, standings,schedule for NASCAR race to the championship
A driver can advance one of two ways: If they win a race, they automatically advance to the next round of the playoffs. Alternatively, they can also make it into the next round on points so long as they are above the cutoff line at the end of each respective three-race round. The four drivers below the cutoff line at the end of each round are eliminated from the playoffs and eliminated from championship contention. After each round, every remaining driver's points totals are reset, with playoff points continuing to determine seeding.

NASCAR Playoff Schedule:

Round 16
Sun., Sept. 3 - Southern 500 - Darlington Raceway (Winner: Kyle Larson)
Sun., Sept. 10 - Kansas Speedway (Winner: Tyler Reddick)
Sat., Sept. 16 - Bristol Motor Speedway (Winner: Denny Hamlin)

Round 12
Sun., Sept. 24 - Texas Motor Speedway (Winner: William Byron)
Sun., Oct. 1 - Talladega Superspeedway (Winner: Ryan Blaney)
Sun., Oct. 8 - Charlotte Motor Speedway Roval (Winner: AJ Allmendinger)

Round 8
Sunday, Oct. 15 - Las Vegas Motor Speedway (Winner: Kyle Larson)
Sunday, Oct. 22 - Homestead-Miami Speedway (Winner: Christopher Bell)
Sunday, Oct. 29 - Martinsville Speedway (Winner: Ryan Blaney)

Championship Race

Sunday, Nov. 5 - Phoenix Raceway (Winner: Ross Chastain)

NASCAR Cup Series playoff standings

No.1: #24 - William Byron - 2036 pts - 5 wins, 36 playoff pts
No.2: #19 - Martin Truex Jr. - 2036 pts - 3 wins, 36 playoff pts
No.3: #11 - Denny Hamlin - 2025 pts (+18) - 2 wins, 25 playoff pts
No.4: #17 - Chris Buescher - 2021 pts (+14) - 3 wins, 21 playoff pts
No.5: #8 - Kyle Busch - 2019 pts (+12) - 3 wins, 19 playoff pts
No.6: #5 - Kyle Larson - 2017 pts (+10) - 2 wins, 17 playoff pts
No.7: #20 - Christopher Bell - 2014 pts (+7) - 1 win, 14 playoff pts
No.8: #1 - Ross Chastain - 2011 pts (+4) - 1 win, 11 playoff pts
No.9: #6 - Brad Keselowski - 2010 pts (+3) - 10 playoff pts
No.10: #45 - Tyler Reddick - 2009 pts (+2) - 1 win, 9 playoff pts

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Longtime NASCAR announcer, broadcaster Ken Aquier dies at 88
"Though he never sat behind the wheel of a stock car, Ken Squier contributed to the growth of NASCAR as much as any competitor," Jim France, chairman and CEO of NASCAR, said in a statement. He called him a superb storyteller whose voice is the soundtrack to many of NASCAR's great moments.



Pérez given formal warning after calling stewards 'a joke'

Sergio Perez was given a formal warning by the stewards at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix after he labelled their decision to hit him with a five-second penalty "a joke" over team radio. The Red Bull driver clashed with Lando Norris on lap 47 of the race at Turn 6 as they battled for fourth position, with the stewards penalising him for causing the collision. Perez went on to finish second on the road but dropped to fourth place once the penalty was applied. "The stewards are a joke, man," Perez said on team radio as he returned to the pits after the chequered flag. "I cannot believe [it]. "They have been very bad this year, but this is a joke. This was really a joke." The stewards issued Perez with a "formal warning" for the comments and offered the following explanation for their decision.

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NASCAR to include streaming in new 7-year media rights deal

NASCAR has added two new partners and streaming elements to a seven-year media rights deal announced Wednesday that will run from 2025 through the 2031 season. The new media rights deal is worth $7.7 billion when the previously announced $1.1 billion agreement with CW is included, according to Sports Business Journal. NASCAR did not reveal monetary figures at the news conference held at the Music City Center one day before its season-ending awards ceremony. The Cup Series will keep existing partners Fox Sports and NBC, while Warner Bros. Discovery and Amazon have joined the package. SBJ said the average annual value of the new deal is a 40% increase over the 10-year, $8.2 billion deal NASCAR has with Fox and NBC that expires at the end of the 2024 season. As part of the deals, Fox will get 14 Cup Series races annually in the first portion of the season, including the Daytona 500. From there, the next five Cup races will be on Amazon Prime Video, marking the first time in NASCAR history its top series will be exclusively streamed. Warner Bros. Discovery will take over after Amazon's races and carry the next five races. Those will be simulcast on TNT and streamed on the Max service. NBC Sports will complete the season with the final 14 races.

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