While everyone is still getting over the Super Bowl, NASCAR’s Daytona 500, also known as “the great American race” is being raced today. The race will begin at 2:30 PM ET on FOX.

The best way you are going to be able to do this is through live TV streaming services. With that said, since the race is being broadcasted on FOX, not all of the local FOX stations will be on those streaming services. Make sure that if you are going to use a streaming service like that, that you check to make sure that you can get FOX.

Live TV streaming services that have FOX are YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, DirecTV NOW, Sling TV, PlayStation Vue and FuboTV. Again, make sure that you find out that your area gets your local FOX station in order to watch it. All of the services do offer free trials too.

FOX Sports Go is another way to watch the race. In order to use that app and service is that you must log into it by using your TV provider credentials. If you are streaming from the Apple TV but also see a good basketball game or another sporting event on FS1 or any other FOX Sports channels, you can watch them both on the same screen. The FOX Sports Go app can play four screens at once.

The last way to watch this race via a streaming service is through NBC Sports Gold. The service does come with a cost, but it currently unknown what that cost will be. As of this writing, the price for watching the event through NBC Sports Gold has not been announced.

All of the services mentioned here are available to use on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV and Mac. We hope that it is a good race and that there are no rain delays, and that there are no big wrecks where drivers get hurt. Boogity, boogity, boogity!