How to stream the 2020 Daytona 500

Today is one of the biggest days in racing in America. The Daytona 500 is what is known as “the great American race” and this year will be its 62nd running.

The race will be on Sunday, February 16, at 2:30 p.m. ET on FOX. Ricky Stenhouse Jr is the pole-sitter for the race.

Since the race is being broadcasted on FOX, that means that even something as simple as an over-the-air antenna will work to watch the race.

As for streaming, the best option is going to be through YouTube TV and Hulu with Live TV since those two are known to have many local stations in most TV markets across the country. Other ways you could stream this race will be through fuboTV and VidGo.

For those that are looking for other ways. to stream the race, there are the FOX Sports GO and FOX NOW apps. These apps require you to sign in with your TV provider, whether that is a cable, satellite or live TV streaming service carrier, and that has FOX on its channel lineup.

The last service we can recommend for streaming the Daytona 500 is Locast. This is currently only available in select markets at this time. The markets that it covers can be seen in the photo below.

Screen Shot 2020-01-27 at 2.43.30 PM

Locast is a completely free service to use. All it requires is a device like an iPhone, iPad, Mac or Apple TV with an internet connection. There is no need to install or download anything in order for it to work.

All of the previous services mentioned do have apps available on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV and Mac so you can stream the race from whichever device you prefer.

Feature image courtesy of iHeartRadio 

David Becker
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