The NBC agreement follows the FOX Sports Media Group ("FOX") announcement for its NASCAR broadcast rights. In October 2012, FOX signed an eight-year extension of its broadcast rights (2015 – 2022), which industry sources valued at approximately $2.4 billion or an average annual rights fee of $300.0 million. FOX retains the television rights to 13 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series points races beginning each year with the prestigious DAYTONA 500 ®. In addition, FOX retains the rights to the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race, The Sprint Unlimited, the Budweiser Duel At Daytona, the entire NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season and practice and qualifying for both the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races that FOX broadcasts.Of the 39 total NASCAR Sprint Cup events (points and non-points) there are only 3 Sprint Cup broadcast rights that remain to be negotiated. And, 14 of 33 NASCAR Nationwide series broadcast rights also remain to be negotiated. All NASCAR Camping World Truck series events broadcast rights have been secured through 2022.
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