WATCH: Ryan Blaney joins the NASCAR Champion car parade during Champion’s Week in Nashville Broadway

Champion's Week annually marks NASCAR's season end, honoring champions across Cup, Xfinity, and Truck Series.

WATCH: Ryan Blaney joins the NASCAR Champion car parade during Champion’s Week in Nashville Broadway

Drivers' parade at Nashville champion's week (Credits: X)

Nashville is gearing up for a week of NASCAR excitement as Champion’s Week takes over the city’s vibrant streets. One of the grandest spectacles of this celebration is the NASCAR Champion Car Parade, a dazzling procession down the iconic Broadway Street. This parade, set against the backdrop of Music City, is a thrilling kickoff to a week filled with festivities honoring the champions of the 2023 season and commemorating NASCAR’s 75th anniversary.


The parade, scheduled for Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. ET, promised a spectacle for fans as they line up along Broadway, eagerly awaiting the sight of their favorite NASCAR drivers and their roaring racing machines. The excitement is palpable, and the parade adds an element of grandeur to Nashville’s already lively atmosphere.

The week’s celebrations extend beyond the parade, with events catering to both hardcore NASCAR enthusiasts and casual fans alike. The NASCAR House, situated at Fifth and Broadway, is a central hub for fan activities. Open from noon to 6 p.m. ET on Wednesday, it offers an immersive experience for fans to engage with the sport. NASCAR House offers Q&A panels with top drivers, including Kyle Busch, Ross Chastain, Denny Hamlin, and Kevin Harvick, plus interactive exhibits.

In a video shared by Fox Sports’ Bob Pockrass on X, Ryan Blaney and his championship-winning team were the front seaters of the parade bus. Other drivers, amidst cheers from fans, enthusiastically distributed their merchandise, tossing coveted items into the crowd’s eager arms. 


Drivers were seen revving up their cars on the streets of the Broadway

What sets this year apart is the debut of a new interactive fan experience – the “NASCAR House.” This innovative addition allows fans to go beyond the stands and directly connect with the sport’s biggest stars. With appearances from champions like two-time champion Kyle Busch and this year’s Nashville Superspeedway race winner Ross Chastain, fans can expect an unforgettable experience.

Drivers on the broadway street
Drivers on the broadway street (Credits: X)

The parade guarantees a captivating spectacle, featuring NASCAR stars and their championship cars parading down Broadway Street. A video posted by @nascarcasm on X highlighted drivers revving their stock cars against the iconic backdrop of Nashville’s bars, restaurants, and tourist spots. This celebration not only honors victories but also embodies the distinctive fusion of speed and style synonymous with NASCAR.

As the week progresses, the anticipation builds toward Thursday’s NASCAR Awards Red Carpet event at the Music City Center. The coveted NASCAR Most Popular Driver Award, voted on by fans, adds an extra layer of excitement to the evening, with past winner Chase Elliott’s legacy looming large.

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