It’s the Great American Race, the Super Bowl of NASCAR, the 61st running of the Daytona 500 and here’s how to watch HD live streaming wherever you are.
The Daytona 500 is officially getting underway this weekend with qualifying and next weekend with the actual 500-mile race. First and second positions are determined this Sunday with the rest of the positions taking shape on Thursday’s Gander RV Duel Races.
The 500-mile race run over 200 miles marks the beginning of the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR cup series that promises to be just as exciting, if not more so than last year.
It should be noted that restrictor plate changes and a new aerodynamic package will not change for the Daytona 500, only, and the new power and aero rules take effect from thereon out.
Alex Bowman of Hendrick’s Motorsports took the flag in 2018 with the Daytona 500 running seven laps over the original 200. 2018 marked the first time that Chevrolet ran its Camaro ZL1. Toyota will still be using its Camry body on all Toyota racecars for the Monster Energy Series and not the new Supra. That honor goes to Toyotas racing in the Xfinity Series.
Most notably second place finisher and first-timer at Daytona 500, Darrel “Bubba” Wallace took second place. And already, the Daytona 500 is shaping up for #43 as he’s already turned the fastest speed during Daytona 500 practice earlier today (Feb. 9, 2018) that was shortened by rain with a 195.020 MPH run.
Martin Truex Jr. had a faster lap the day before with a 195.920 MPH run.
Sun. Feb 10
12:15 pm- DAYTONA 500 Qualifying presented by Kroger
3:00 pm- Advance Auto Parts Clash (75 Laps, 187.5 Miles)
Thurs. Feb 14
7:00 pm Gander RV Duel At DAYTONA 1 (60 laps, 150 miles)
Sat. Feb 16
2:30 pm- NASCAR Racing Experience 300 (120 laps, 300 miles)
Sun. Feb 17
2:00 pm- DAYTONA 500 Driver Introductions
2:30 pm- 61st DAYTONA 500 (200 laps, 500 miles)
Television watching options
Date: Sunday, February 10th
Time: 12 p.m. ET
HD Streaming options
Reddit Discussion Thread
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