This afternoon the Chicagoland Speedway plays host to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers in today’s MyAFibStory.com 400. The race consists of 267 laps over 400.5 miles and will be televised on ESPN television and MRN for radio listeners. Mobile race fans can watch the NASCAR MyAFibStory.com 400 online via a free live video stream.
As an expansion of its unparalleled sports coverage, the networks of ESPN enhance their television coverage with a live online video stream of today’s NASCAR MyAFibStory.com 400, along with other sports events.
How to watch the NASCAR MyAFibStory.com 400 online video stream:
The online video stream of NASCAR is available via the watchESPN platform which makes it possible to watch the MyAFibStory.com 400 online using tablets and other mobile internet devices.
To access the video stream and watch the race for the Sprint Cup online start by downloading the free mobile app to your device. If you’re watching on a computer, simply click on the watchESPN link on the home page to start the live stream.
Today’s MyAFibStory.com 400 NASCAR race begins at 2PM eastern and marks the opening of the 10-race Chase for the Sprint Cup Series. After a rainy couple of days in Chicago, today’s start had to be determined by results from practice rounds.
With qualifying washed out Kyle Busch, Ryan Newman and Carl Edwards, earned the top three spots for the start with the best runs in practice – with the pole position going to Busch.
This year’s Sprint Cup format uses an elimination method for the expanded 16-driver field, with four drivers to be knocked out of contention every three races. A victory is any race earns an automatic advancement into the next round.