2020 IndyCar 500

2020 IndyCar 500 After a three-month delay, the Indy 500 is about to get underway at the world famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Despite the missing crowd, there will be no shortage of action on track, as 33 elite IndyCar drivers complete 500 laps at speeds of up to 240mph. Ex-F1 driver Fernando Alonso will be among them, while Marco Andretti will start on pole. Check out what time the race starts and how to watch the Indy 500 free live stream below…

Viewers in the USA can watch the Indy 500 free, via a 7-day free trial of fuboTV. You can cancel the 7-day free trial at any time, without paying any fees. (US fans abroad will need to use a VPN to take advantage of the fuboTV offer). UK viewers can catch the Indy 500 live on Sky Sports F1.

What channel is the Indy 500 on today?
Race: 104th Indianapolis 500 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Date: Sunday, Aug. 23
Start time: 1 p.m. ET (2:30 p.m. ET green flag)
TV channel: NBC
Live stream: NBC Sports Gold | fuboTV

2020 IndyCar 500

Each driver is slated to make one four-lap qualifying run for this 200-lap race around the four-turn, 2.5-mile (4.023-kilometer) Indianapolis Motor Speedway oval in Speedway, Indiana.

Drivers will have the option to make additional attempts by going in the “Fast Lane” and withdrawing their previous attempts, or by going to the tail end of the regular line and retaining their initial speeds.

The top nine drivers at the end of the session will advance to Sunday afternoon’s Fast Nine Shootout, while the other 24 are slated to line up from row four through row 11 from positions 10th through 33rd for next Sunday’s race. There will be no bumping for this race, as there are only 33 drivers entered.

Last year, Spencer Pigot topped this qualifying session driving for Ed Carpenter Racing before going on to qualify in third place in the Fast Nine Shootout behind teammate and team owner Ed Carpenter in second and race polesitter Simon Pagenaud of Team Penske.

Follow along with our live updates of Saturday qualifying to see who will vie for the pole position on Sunday afternoon and who will start where throughout the rest of the field in the 104th running of the Indy 500.

The Fast Nine Shootout is set to be broadcast live from Indianapolis Motor Speedway on NBC and NBC Sports Gold from 1:15 p.m. ET to 2:15 p.m. ET tomorrow afternoon, and the race itself is set to be broadcast live on NBC next Sunday, August 23 beginning at 1:00 p.m. ET. The race is scheduled to begin at roughly 2:30 p.m. ET.

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