When is the NASCAR Charlotte Race? What Channel is it on?

nascar charlotte bank of america 500 2016 postponed hurricane matthew when start time is race what tv channel

Kevin Harvick, left, and Clint Bowyer talk at Charlotte Motor Speedway. (Getty)

The NASCAR Bank of America 500 scheduled for Saturday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway was postponed due to inclement weather.

Rain from nearby Hurricane Matthew poured down all day at the track and officials made the decision to postpone the race.

The Round of 12 Chase for the Cup race was re-scheduled for Sunday, October 9, at Noon ET. It will be televised by NBC.

Kevin Harvick is on the pole for Sunday’s race. He’ll be joined in the front row by Alex Bowman, who is driving the No. 88 Chevrolet for Dale Earnhardt Jr., who is done for the season with concussion symptoms.

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The Sprint Cup race will be followed by the XFinity Drive for the Cure 300 at approximately 4:30 p.m. ET.

Here are the race details for the Sprint Cup Series:

Bank of America 500 Details

When: Sunday, October 9, 2016

Where: Charlotte Motor Speedway

Time: Noon ET

TV Channel: NBC

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