The Indy 500 is this Sunday, as it kicks off the biggest racing day of the year. In fact, this year’s Indy 500 even made it into our Appleosophy TV picks for this week too, along with the other races that are going on today.
The race will begin at 12:45 p.m. ET and will be broadcasted on NBC. This is the first time since 1965 that ABC will not be broadcasting the race.
Now, the best way to stream this is going to be through a live TV streaming service. As long as the streaming service has your local NBC station on it, you will be able to stream it. If they only have the NBC channel that allows people to stream their on-demand content, you will not be able to stream the race. Most of the live TV streaming services will have free trials of their services too, so this would be the best and most efficient way to stream it.
NBC will also be streaming the race from their NBC Sports app in the App Store and website, but you must sign in with your TV provider credentials.
If you’d like, NBC Sports has their NBC Sports Gold IndyCar Pass. It costs $$39.99 (until 05/31/2019) and will enable users to watch the Indy 500 ad-free, watch the practice and qualifying,
Lastly, according to CNET, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway website will be having their own live stream too.
All of the live TV streaming services that have your local NBC affiliate will be available on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV and Mac. The same can be said for the NBC Sports app too.
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