Coca Cola 600

The NASCAR Coca Cola 600 Live Stream heads to Charlotte Motor Speedway this weekend for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series 2017 and NASCAR XFINITY events.There will be no shortage of auto Coca Cola 600 2017 race on Sunday as IndyCar,The traditional race weekend will be limited by the Coca Cola 600 race.

101st Indianapolis 500 with the Coca-Cola 600 serving as the finale.This Saturday, the Monster of Practice NASCAR Cup Series will begin at 9 am at 9:55 pm It will be followed by the NASCAR XFINITY Coors Light Pole Series qualifying at 10:05 am, the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series final practice at 11:30 a.m. to 24:25 p.m., and then by the NASCAR XFINITY TV Series Hisense 4K 300 at 1 p.m.

Just a week after winning the Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race, Kyle Busch will look for continued success at Charlotte Motor Speedway as he pursues a spot in the playoffs.As announced on the official NASCAR website, the power of the NASCAR Series Coca Cola 600 Series monster will take place on Sunday, May 28 at 6 p.m. crowning the race weekend.

The 400-lap race is set to begin at 6 p.m. ET on Fox. You can watch the race on Fox through your local cable provider or stream it through FoxSportsGo.com or the Fox Sports Go app. For those wishing to watch the races on television, it will be televised by FOX. Real-time updating and scoring will be available throughout the weekend at the NASCAR Racing Center. Meanwhile, for those who want to see the race through live streaming, it can be done through FOX Sports.

Coca Cola 600 Info:

Date: Sunday, March 28

Start Time: pre-show at 6:00 p.m. ET,

Location: Charlotte Motor Speedway

Venue: Charlotte Arena, USA

TV Info: Fox network,

Pre-show Live Stream: Fox TV | FoxSports-Go

Free Live Stream: Nascar | DirecTV

Last year’s winner Martin Truex Jr. is a co-favorite alongside Kyle Busch with 11/2 odds.According to FOX Sports, Kevin Harvick will lead the field in the NASCAR Coca Cola 600, after finishing the fastest lap in the second qualifying round of the tie, which took place Thursday night. On the other hand, points out leader Kyle Larson will be from 39th as he unfortunately missed the attempted classification to two inspection issues.

Fans are excited about the races this weekend. However, according to functional AccuWeather, there may be delays in the Coca Cola 600 from two to thunderstorms this Sunday.

Pre-race will include a performance of “God Bless the U.S.A.”.“While irregular storms are going to be at all times Sunday afternoon and afternoon, most of the activity can be during the afternoon,” said AccuWeather meteorologist Rob Miller.

Busch will line up second alongside pole-sitter and three-time track winner Kevin Harvick, who is seeking his first win of the season. “There could be some delays in starting (6 pm EDT) and / or during the first part of the race as a result.” As for how he’s going to play this, fans will have to tune in this weekend on television or via live streaming.

There is the full starting grid for Sunday’s action. Drivers in bold have won at the track.

1. Kevin Harvick
2. Kyle Busch
3. Chase Elliott
4. Matt Kenseth
5. Erik Jones
6. Denny Hamlin
7. Ryan Blaney
8. Martin Truex Jr.
9. Clint Bowyer
10. Brad Keselowski
11. Jamie McMurray
12. Kurt Busch
13. Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
14. Jimmie Johnson
15. Danica Patrick
16. Paul Menard
17. Ryan Newman
18. Trevor Bayne
19. Dale Earnhardt Jr.
20. Daniel Suarez
21. Michael McDowell
22. Austin Dillon
23. Joey Logano
24. Kasey Kahne
25. Regan Smith
26. AJ Allmendinger
27. Ty Dillon
28. David Ragan
29. Chris Buescher
30. Matt DiBenedetto
31. Landon Cassill
32. Gray Gaulding
33. JJ Yeley
34. Cole Whitt
35. Reed Sorenson
36. Timmy Hill
37. Derrike Cope
38. Jeffrey Earnhardt
39. Kyle Larson
40. Corey LaJoie

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