Most sports save their biggest event for the season's end, whether it's the NFL and the Super Bowl, the baseball and the World Series or the cornhole and the ACO World Cup. (Golf is the rare exception with the champions coming early in the second week of April.) NASCAR is the only sport I can think of that begins a season with its most important event. Daytona 500 is stock car racing this year's largest, most famous competition.
The 61st time at The Great American Race takes place on Sunday, February 17. Here's how to see the racin and rubbin around the Daytona International Speedway's famous 2.5-mile tri-oval track.
Fox will broadcast the Daytona 500, which you can access with a cable or satellite TV subscription, or free with a digital digital antenna. We have some cheap suggestions for.
Race coverage starts at 1 ET (10 pm PT), and the competition is scheduled to start at 2:30 pm ET (11:30 pm PT).
Online or streaming
FoxSports.com and the Fox Sports app will carry live streams in the race, but you have to sign in with a pay-TV account. If you do not have a cable or satellite TV subscription, you can stream it with aif you live in the right market. In many markets you can look at the demand but not live content from Fox and the other local networks.
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