Wednesday, May 18

NBC Sports presents NASCAR America Burnout Boulevard driven by Goodyear this Thursday at 7 P.M. on NBCSN

The Top 16 NASCAR drivers will kick off the 2019 Playoffs with a show-stopping display of burnouts on the Las Vegas Strip, as NBC Sports presents the NASCAR America Burnout Boulevard Driven by Goodyear this Thursday at 7 p.m. ET on NBCSN. The live hour-long special will showcase burnouts from all 16 NASCAR Playoff drivers as fans line Las Vegas Boulevard to get an up-close look at how they celebrate a win.

NBC Sports NASCAR pit reporter Kelli Stavast will host the high-octane hour and judge each driver’s burnout alongside analysts Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Steve Letarte. NBC Sports’ Parker Kligerman will kick things off leading the pack down the boulevard in the NBC Sports’ Toyota on-track car. Marty Snider will also be on hand to conduct driver interviews before and after their burnouts.

WATCH: Highlights of last year’s event featuring Clint Bowyer’s burnout.

Thursday’s coverage from Las Vegas kicks off at 6 p.m. ET on NBCSN with live coverage of the NASCAR Media Day from the South Point Hotel Casino and Spa. Krista Voda will host the program alongside analyst Jeff Burton, Marty Snider and lead motorsports reporter Nate Ryan, which will feature interviews with drivers as they prepare for the Playoffs.

Drivers that will be taking part in the festivities:

Kyle Busch
Denny Hamlin
Martin Truex Jr.
Kevin Harvick
Joey Logano
Brad Keselowski
Chase Elliott
Kurt Busch
Alex Bowman
Erik Jones
Kyle Larson
Ryan Blaney
William Byron
Aric Almirola
Clint Bowyer
Ryan Newman


The official home of the NASCAR Playoffs, NBC Sports will present the final 20 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races, final 19 NASCAR Xfinity Series races, and select NASCAR Regional & Touring Series events in 2019. NBC Sports’ NASCAR programming also includes NBCSN’s daily motorsports show NASCAR America, coverage of NASCAR’s Awards Ceremonies, the annual NASCAR Hall of Fame induction ceremony, as well as original programming specials.

NBC Sports PR


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