How to Watch the Daytona 500

How to Watch the Daytona 500

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Attention race fans: tomorrow is the 63rd running of the Daytona 500—aka the “Great American Race.” Like everything else this past year, the event will look a little different thanks to COVID-19. For example, it’ll take place in front of just 30,000 fans, instead of the usual 100,000, and those in attendance will have to adhere to social distancing and other public health precautions. If you’re not one of the 30,000 in the stands, here’s how to watch the race from home.

How to watch the Daytona 500

The 63rd running of the Daytona 500 takes place tomorrow: Sunday, February 14, 2021 at 2:30 p.m. EST at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida. If you have the capability of getting network TV, then you can catch the race on FOX. If not, you can stream it on FuboTV (which you can try free for seven days).

Qualifying results

And in case you’re wondering what the line-up of drivers will look like, here are the qualifying results for the 2021 Daytona 500:

1 – Alex Bowman
2 – William Byron
3 – Aric Almirola
4 – Bubba Wallace
5 – Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
6 – Kevin Harvick
7 – Christopher Bell
8 – Ryan Preece
9 – Austin Dillon
10 – Daniel Suarez
11 – Chase Elliott
11 – Denny Hamlin
13 – David Ragan
14 – Kurt Busch
15 – Kyle Larson
16 – Kyle Busch
17 – Matt DiBenedetto
18 – Ryan Blaney
19 – Austin Cindric
20 – Kaz Grala
21 – Joey Logano
22 – Chase Briscoe
23 – Ryan Newman
24 – Ross Chastain
25 – Cole Custer
26 – Brad Keselowski
27 – Michael McDowell
28 – Martin Truex Jr.
29 – Erik Jones
30 – Chris Buescher
31 – Tyler Reddick
32 – Anthony Alfredo
33 – Ty Dillon
34 – Jamie McMurray
35 – Corey LaJoie
36 – Quin Houff
37 – Garrett Smithley
38 – B.J. McLeod
39 – Timmy Hill
40 – Cody Ware
41 – Joey Gase
42 – Josh Bilicki
43 – Derrike Cope
43 – Noah Gragson

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