What time is the Indy 500 – Watch live, TV schedule & starting grid

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This year’s Indy 500 will be an unforgettable race based on the fact that this will be the last race for Danica Patrick announced her retirement from full-time racing in November. This racing veteran previously announced that this year’s Indianapolis 500 races scheduled on 27th May 2018 will be her last after years of success in the game and Indy 500 Live Stream will be aired on ABC.

IndyCar race fans will need to know more about the 2018 Indy 500, start time, IndyCar schedule, TV Channel and live streaming and radio info.

2018’s Indy 500 marks the 102nd race in Indianapolis 500 racing history. Interestingly, the race’s date coincides with the last day of the Memorial Weekend. Questions in people’s mind right now are, “At what time will be Indy 500 begin? “, “How does someone stream the race online?”

How to watch Indy 500 live stream all the action

Date: Sunday, May 27, 102nd running of the Indy 500

Location: Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Indiana

Start Time: 12 p.m. ET.

TV Channel: ABC

Live Online Streaming: WatchESPN, ABC, fuboTV

IndyCar Radio: The 2018 Indy 500 will be broadcast live on SIRIUS channel 214 and XM Satellite Radio channel 209.

Indy 500 Scheduling

As mentioned earlier, the much-anticipated race is scheduled for Sunday, May 27th, 2017. Participants’ engines are scheduled to start at 12.15 EST, and the green flag will be dropped approximately 5 minutes later. Participants will have to cover 200 laps on the track which translates to roughly 500 miles of track racing.

Race Control – Live Timing & Scoring

WatchESPN announced they would provide an option for viewers to stream the race online directly from the WatchESPN application. Moreover, live coverage of the race will also be available on WatchESPN official website- watchespn.com. Fans of this sport will have no access to television or Radio will get a chance to watch the game live on these platforms.

Why does everyone want to watch this race?

The 2018 Indianapolis 500 race marks the 102nd Anniversary and everyone wants to catch a glimpse of Danica Patrick’s last race in her career without missing a single thing. The race is much-anticipated fans based on the fact that it will comprise of elite races who have dominated the sport over the years. Furthermore, having been scheduled for Memorial Weekend’s last day, it is almost certain that this is going to be a memorable race which no one would like to miss.

Danica Patrick was ninth-fastest on Saturday here you are 2018 Indy 500 starting grid

Row 1: Ed Carpenter, Simon Pagenaud, Will Power
Row 2: Sebastien Bourdais, Josef Newgarden, Spencer Pigot
Row 3: Helio Castroneves, Scott Dixon, Danica Patrick
Row 4: Tony Kanaan, Matheus Leist, Marco Andretti
Row 5: Zach Claman De Melo, Charlie Kimball, Ryan Hunter-Reay
Row 6: Takuma Sato, Robert Wickens, Kyle Kaiser
Row 7: James Davison, Max Chilton, Carlos Munoz
Row 8: Gabby Chaves, Sage Karam, Stefan Wilson
Row 9: Zach Veach, Oriol Servia, JR Hildebrand
Row 10: Jay Howard, Ed Jones, Graham Rahal
Row 11: Conor Daly, Jack Harvey, Alexander Rossi

 

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