The sport of NASCAR is the fastest growing of all major sports, with an estimated $5.4 billion in revenue for the season ending June 30, according to Forbes magazine.
The ratings, which are based on the company’s total audience, are the third-largest in the world behind only the NBA and MLB.
In the United States, the sport is expected to become the fastest-growing of all sports with an expected $15.9 billion in total revenue by 2020.NASCAR is one of the top five leagues in the United Kingdom and Ireland with an annual revenue of $7.6 billion.
It’s the fourth-largest television network in the U.S. with an audience of 2.5 billion.NASCASports is a major international event, with many countries hosting races on NBC and FOX, and the U of T hosting its first national championship race in May.NASCar will not return for another 10 years.
It will be held in 2018 in Canada with the race at the Montreal Motor Show, and 2020 in 2019 in Australia.NASL has not yet announced its 2018 schedule, but we expect it to be as much about the racing and the fans as it is about the sport itself.
It could be as many as seven races a year.