NASCAR’s third week on the USA Network held steady with its numbers to date on the cable network. New Hampshire NASCAR Cup Series round averaged a 1.45 Nielsen rating and 2.403 million household viewers, according to figures. That’s down slightly from last week in Atlanta (1.51/2.6m), but a significant increase for this race over the same weekend last year on defunct NBCSN (1.26/2.1m).

The Camping World SRX Series Last Saturday’s fifth round from I-55 Raceway averaged a 0.66/1.068 million viewers on CBS for the first time this season. That was up from a 0.63/981,000 for last week’s race in Nashville, though still down from last year’s race this weekend (0.76/1.3m, Nashville).

NASCAR’s Xfinity Series race in New Hampshire in the US on Saturday afternoon averaged a 0.56/860,000 viewers, down from last year’s 0.67/1.0 million on NBCSN.

NHRA World Series of Camping Drag Racing averaged a 0.40/651K for the finale from Denver on FOX, compared to a 0.18/301K for the event last year when it aired on FS1.

IMSA for GT only WeatherTech SportsCar Championship round from Lime Rock on Saturday in the US averaged a 0.15/243,000, up slightly from last year’s 0.16/235K on NBCSN.

Viewing numbers for the first telecast of the NTT IndyCar Series race in Toronto were not available because Peacock does not publish viewing figures. However, a spokesman for NBC Sports said that “viewership for the race was in line with our projections.”

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