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The Daytona 500, one of NASCAR’s biggest races of the year, is today. Race coverage is set to kick off at 1pm ET/ 10am PT, with the actual race getting underway at 2:30pm ET/11:30am PT.
This year’s race is airing on FOX. If you have a television, then you’re best bet to catch the event live is to simply tune in on your television via your cable subscription or using a digital antenna.
If you don’t have a TV or a digital antenna (buy one already, seriously), you still have options:
FoxSports.com and the Fox Sports Apps
Both Fox Sport’s website and its app will be live streaming the race. To access either you’ll need a cable subscription with login information. So if you just happen to be away from your TV today, this is your best bet.
Most of the major streaming services offer access to FOX. All of them also offer free trials, so if you haven’t tried them before you can give them a test drive and catch the race for free in the process.
FOX access is available in most markets on major streaming services, but be sure to check that yours is one of those supported before you sign up.
Sling TV: $25/mo (Blue plan)
DirecTV Now: $40/month
Hulu with Live TV: $40/mo
YouTube TV: $40/mo
FuboTV: $40/mo for your first month, then $45/mo