The Camping World 400 comes to viewers live at 3 pm eastern time on Sunday, June 30, from the Chicagoland Speedway. Fans will be able to tune into this event courtesy of NBCSN/NBC Sports App, MRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio, among other more notable streaming options.
In total, 37 out of a possible 38 cars passed an early morning pre-race inspection, with only Matt Tifft’s No. 36 failing initially. Tifft’s vehicle was able to pass on the second go-round.
The Busch Pole for the 17th race in the 26-event regular season was won by Auston Dillon. If the prospect of seeing Dillon race is not enough for you, do not forget that last year’s race ultimately culminated in one of the most memorable finishes in NASCAR history.
In total, this particular race goes for 267 laps and 400 miles.
The starting grid for today’s event is as follows: Dillon in Grid 1, Kevin Harvick in Grid 2, Daniel Hemric in Grid 3 and Kyle Busch in Grid 4.
Here is a general breakdown of what is to come:
Date: June 30, 2019
Time: 3 pm eastern time
Location: Chicagoland Speedway
The event can be viewed in any one of the following ways:
NBC Sports Gold
NBC Sports Gold is a new streaming option owned and handled by NBC Sports that allows fans to watch a myriad of events. It works on iPhones, Androids, Apple TV, Chromecast and Roku. The channel subscriptions are available for under $50 per month and is relatively affordable given the other streaming options out there for fans.
NBC Sports Network (NBCSN)
The NBC Sports Network (NBCSN) is another property under the general NBC umbrella which features a ton of outdoor programming including racing, hunting and fishing programs. Beyond that, it also shows things like cycling, hockey matches, college sports and baseball. As of today, it is in more than 80 million homes via various cable packages and channel 159 on DISH. Yes, the old Versus channel, for those of you kids old enough to remember that.
Sling TV is an increasingly popular streaming option originally founded in 2015. Sling was one of the earlier players in the streaming movement and was started by Erik Carlson, the President and Chief Operating Officer of Dish Network. Sling TV is available on Chromecast, Roku, Apple TV and pretty much any other streaming device you use for OTT programming.
Road To Indy TV
The Road to Indy TV was originally started in 2010 and is one of the most notable driver development programs in the world.
Indycar Mobile App
The Indycar Mobile app, originally created and developed by the good folks at Verizon, assists fans in getting the utmost top-tier experience from all races. This app allows fans to get quality live video with no lag time, essential information, and an excellent viewer experience when they want to tune into information regarding their favorite races. Of all the sporting apps out there, this one really stands out.
Reddit has become a general meeting place of sorts for awesome entertainment, and this event will be no exception. Simply do a search for this in the search function and numerous links will appear.
The newly updated B/R Live has hosted many fantastic sporting events in recent months on their new streaming service, and they should have this one as well. Give their options a quick scan and it should pop right out.
BT Sport 2
BT Sport 2 is always a solid option and best of all it is free, which, let’s face it, is very awesome. All you need to watch it on BT Sport 2 is a workable device and you are good to go.
SONY Live does not get as much attention as some of the other choices due to its lack of notoriety among regular viewers but is still a strong option for interested parties. The device is compatible with Mac, iOS, Windows and Android.
DAZN, made famous by ex-ESPN head honcho John Skipper, costs a decent amount per month, but you get a tremendous selection of entertainment options for that price. Boxing, soccer, baseball, MMA – you choose it, they have it.
FuboTV is a fantastic option for people who cut the cord and are looking for local streaming options. They have a solid selection.
All in all, there a bevy of ways to watch this event – which one are you choosing?