Superstar Racing Experience

SRX “Superstar Racing Experience” New Tonight July 2 2022 on CBS | “Stafford Motor Speedway”

Superstar Racing Experience

Saturday (July 2, 2022) the hit CBS racing series “Superstar Racing Experience” returns tonight with another race

Tonight, the July 2 episode of SRX “Superstar Racing Experience” airs at 8PM ET on CBS. You can watch previous episodes on Paramount+. and

Superstar Racing Experience Tonight “South Boston Speedway”

Week 3 of Camping World SRX racing comes from Stafford Motor Speedway in Stafford Springs, Conn. Tony Stewart heads the former IndyCar and NASCAR stars racing on a variety of short tracks alongside guest drivers including Matt Hirschman.

SRX is returning refueled and hitting four new tracks this season. After dropping the green flag at Five Flags Speedway, the series will head to South Boston Speedway in South Boston, Va., then return to Stafford Motor Speedway where the series launched last season. The back half of the series will feature a return to the Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway before a stop at Pevely, Mo.’s I-55 Raceway then the final and championship race from Sharon Speedway in Hartford, Ohio on July 23.

About Superstar Racing Experience (SRX): SRX was one of the most successful launches of any sport in the last decade. The innovative short-track racing series debuted June 12, 2021, running six-consecutive Saturday nights in primetime for CBS. Championship drivers from virtually every major racing circuit competed in the series, which covered dirt and oval short tracks at racing hotbeds throughout America. Hall-of-Famer, Tony Stewart clinched the inaugural SRX championship during the series’ final race before a sold-out Nashville Fairgrounds Raceway. That race also saw then-reigning NASCAR Series champion Chase Elliott join the field to compete with his father, Bill, a regular series driver.

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