What time does Daytona 500 start? TV channel, live stream, odds for 2019

first_imgMORE: Watch the 2019 Daytona 500 live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)For the 13th year in a row and 16th overall, FOX will broadcast the Daytona 500 nationally. The MRN radio broadcast can be heard locally or, via SiriusXM NASCAR Radio, nationally.The Daytona 500 ran on Presidents Day weekend from 1968-2011, and last year, it returned to the weekend as part of a handful of NASCAR schedule adjustments. The race remains on Presidents Day weekend in 2019.Based on the results of qualifying a week before the 2019 Daytona 500, William Byron will start on the pole in the No. 24 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet. He will share the front row with teammate Alex Bowman in the No. 88 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet. Thursday’s Gander RV Duel races at Daytona set the lineup for the rest of the field for the 500.MORE: Daytona 500 starting lineup; Larson to start from rearWhat time does Daytona 500 start?Date: Sunday, Feb. 17Start time: 2:30 p.m. ETTV channel: FOXStreaming: fuboTV | Fox Sports GoRadio: MRN | SiriusXM NASCAR RadioThough the start time for the 2019 Daytona 500 is listed for 2:30 p.m. ET, expect the green flag to wave at roughly 3:05 p.m. ET. The pre-race entertainment at the track begins at 1:45 p.m. ET with a concert featuring country music star Jake Owen. Driver introductions will take place soon after that, starting at 2 p.m. ET.2019 NASCAR SCHEDULE:Date, time, TV info for every Cup raceThe 500-mile, 200-lap race will be broken in to three stages, with the first stage running 60 laps, the second stage running 60 laps and the third stage running 80 laps.The Daytona 500 marks the first race under the new aero package NASCAR is implementing in its Cup Series for 2019. The race is also the end of an era, as it will feature restrictor plates in the cars for the last time since NASCAR began using them more than 30 years ago at superspeedways.Daytona 500 lineupSunday’s pole qualifying set the front row for the Daytona 500, with William Byron earning the pole position and his Hendrick Motorsports teammate Alex Bowman earning second. The results of Thursday’s Gander RV Duel races set the rest of the field.Below is the full starting lineup for the 2019 Daytona 500.* – will start from rearStartingDriverCar No.1.William Byron242.Alex Bowman883.Kevin Harvick44.Joey Logano225.Ricky Stenhouse Jr.176.Clint Bowyer147.Paul Menard218.Aric Almirola109.Matt DiBenedetto9510.Denny Hamlin1111.Martin Turex Jr.1912.Kurt Busch113.Bubba Wallace4314.Ryan Blaney1215.Chris Buescher3716.Jamie McMurray*4017.Jimmie Johnson4818.Chase Elliott919.Ryan Newman620.Austin Dillon321.Ryan Preece4722.Ty Dillon1323.Daniel Suarez4124.David Ragan3825.Parker Kligerman9626.Kyle Larson*4227.Landon Cassill0028.Erik Jones2029.Daniel Hemric830.Brendan Gaughan6231.Kyle Busch1832.Corey LaJoie3233.Matt Tifft3634.Michael McDowell3435.Brad Keselowski236.Ross Chastain1537.Cody Ware5238.BJ McLeod5139.Tyler Reddick3140.Casey Mears*27MORE: NASCAR rule changes for 2019Daytona 500 odds2019 Daytona 500 odds (via Bovada) are as of Sunday morning. DriverOddsJoey Logano+750Brad Keselowski+800Kevin Harvick+800Chase Elliott+900Kyle Busch+1000Denny Hamlin+1100Clint Bowyer+1300Ryan Blaney+1300Paul Menard+1500RIcky Stenhouse Jr.+1500Aric Almirola+1600Martin Truex Jr.+1800Jimmie Johnson+1900Kurt Busch+2300Ryan Newman+2500Daniel Suarez+2600Alex Bowman+2900Erik Jones+3000Kyle Larson+3300William Byron+3300Austin Dillon+3500Jamie McMurray+5500Bubba Wallace+5500Ryan Preece+5500Matt DiBenedetto+5500Daniel Hemric+6600Michael McDowell+7700Chris Buescher+7700David Ragan+9900Corey LaJoie+10000Matt Tifft+15000Cody Ware+17500Ty Dillon+20000Parker Kligerman+20000Landon Cassill+20000Casey Mears+25000How much are Daytona 500 tickets?2019 Daytona 500 tickets on the track’s website range anywhere from $99 to $230 for a single race ticket, depending on seating. Daytona International Speedway also offers multi-race ticket packages that range from $219 each to $6,000 each. (Hey, it’s NASCAR’s finest race.)As for the secondary Daytona 500 ticket market, as of Thursday, the cheapest single ticket on StubHub.com was $99 for a seat located in the lowest level of the grandstands at the exit of pit road. A prime seat in the middle of the trioval was listed as high as $495, with one Rolex 24 Lounge ticket available for $1,795.There also was one pair of tickets on StubHub listed at $200,192.09 each for seats in Turn 4, section 323 (nothing special). Maybe a typing error? The scheduled start time for the 2019 Daytona 500 is 2:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, Feb. 17. Yet we all know the green flag for the start of the 61st annual Great American Race will not wave until later Sunday afternoon. NASCAR will precede the start of the race with a presentation of colors, an invocation and the national anthem.Last year’s Daytona 500, for example, also was scheduled to start at 2:30 p.m. ET. But the command for drivers to start their engines was not given until 2:53 p.m. ET, and the green flag waved at 3:05 p.m. ET. Expect another Daytona 500 start time around 3:05 p.m. ET again in 2019.last_img

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