The Greensboro-Winston-Salem TV market led the nation's Nielsen ratings for Sunday's NASCAR Cup Series race at Darlington, S.C.
The race, among the first live sports events since the COVID-19 pandemic caused a shutdown March 11-12, averaged a 9.5 rating on WGHP, meaning it was watched in an average of 60,380 households in the 16-county Triad TV market.
Nationally, the race attracted 6.32 million viewers, according to SportsMediaWatch.com.
The top five:
- Greensboro: 9.5
- Charlotte: 9.1
- Indianapolis: 8.9.
- Nashville: 6.7
- Jacksonville: 6.4