Today the drivers of NASCAR meet in Homestead for the final race of the season and to determine the winner of the 2014 Sprint Cup Series Championship. ESPN will broadcast the race on television at 3pm eastern and will also let race fans watch the NASCAR Ford EcoBoost 400 online via a free live video stream.
The live NASCAR video coverage online begins with pre-race coverage at 2pm and lets fans watch as drivers prepare for the last shot at a Sprint Cup Championship. Race fans can watch the EcoBoost 400 online video on tablets and other mobile devices courtesy of the ESPN free live stream..
How to watch the NASCAR Ford EcoBoost 400 online video stream:
To start watching the NASCAR race online from the Homestead Miami Speedway, fans should first download the free watchESPN app to their device. If watching on a computer, no download is needed as the race can be seen on directly on the web site.
The watchESPN app and platform stream the live NASCAR video online for free for viewers who currently subscribe to the network as part of their current cable or satellite television service. After downloading the app, or while watching on the web site, simply select your provider from a long list of major providers.
Going into today’s Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead, four NASCAR drivers sit atop the Sprint Cup Series with 5000 points each. They are Kevin Harvick, Ryan Newman, Joey Logano, and Denny Hamlin.
The next closest driver is Brad Keselowski who sits 2680 points off the lead with 2320 points total. Keselowski will start in 4th position when the green flag drops at Homestead today.
Harvick, Logano and Hamlin will all have an advantage over Newman at the start today as Newman qualified to start in 21st place, while the other three all start in the top 10 for the final race in the chase for the 2014 Sprint Cup Series – the Ford EcoBoost 400.