The Phoenix International Raceway is the home of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series this afternoon as top drivers compete in the Can-Am 500. The NBC television broadcast will be supplemented with a NASCAR live stream of the race.
Fans that won’t be in front of a television this afternoon will have the ability to watch the live NASCAR video stream from NBC on their computers or mobile devices. The NBC live stream of NASCAR is free for most viewers courtesy of NBC sports.
Here’s how to watch NBC live stream of NASCAR Online:
NBC provides a free mobile app download which will let viewers watch today’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race, plus other live streams and replays of a variety of sporting events online using tablets and mobile devices.
The same live stream from NBC sports is also available to computer users without an app download required. Once on the site, or with the app installed, NBC may prompt viewers to login to their television provider to continue watching NASCAR online.
Television coverage of the NASCAR Spring Cup Can-Am 500 begins on NBC at 2pm eastern. Up first are driver introductions and special awards from 2-2:30.
The Luke Air Force Base Color Guard will present the colors for the National Anthem at 2:30. As a member of the Military Intelligence Corps Band from Fort. Huachuca, AZ sings the Anthem; fans will enjoy a fly-by from two F-35’s and two F-16’s from Luke Air Force Base.
It all leads up to the green flag signaling the start of 312 laps of the Can-Am 500 in Phoenix.
Chevy drivers will lead the pack 1-2-3 at the start with top qualifying earned by #88 Alex Bowman, #42 Carl Larson, and #24 Chase Elliott respectively.