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How to watch a 2022 Indy 500 live stream in the US The Indianapolis 500 gets underway Sunday, May 29. The race will be live streamed on fuboTV, which offers a free trial
Helio Castroneve is in the hunt for an historic fifth triumph at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway as the drivers prepare to rev up for the 2022 Indy 500. A win for the Brazilian star would see him accelerate past IndyCar legends A. J. Foyt, Rick Mears, and Al Unser who all currently hold the joint record with Castroneve for most Indy 500 wins, with each having tasted victory on the historic circuit four times. Read on as our guide tells you how to watch a 2022 Indy 500 live stream from anywhere in the world.
start at 12.45pm ET / 9.45am PT on Sunday
NBC's coverage getting underway at 11am ET / 8am PT.
You can tune in to the pre-race coverage on NBCSN from 9am ET / 6am PT to 11am ET / 8am PT.
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The race ended under yellow, and Dixon had to helplessly follow Sato across the finish line. Over the past week, he set an Indy 500 pole-winning record in qualifying with laps over 240 miles per hour (386.24 kph) and now is chasing the item atop his to-do list.
The Indianapolis 500 gets underway Sunday, May 29. The race will be live streamed on fuboTV, which offers a free trial. Chip Ganassi skipped his 1982 graduation ceremony at Duquesne to qualify for the Indianapolis 500. The Pittsburgh native made the field but turned out
As Miles explained, the technology, though used over the internet instead of the TV airwaves, would be similar to how the local NBC affiliate WTHR (and ABC affiliates in previous years) black out the live airing of the race for traditional cable viewers. From a streaming perspective, it would also be very similar to how, for example, DirecTV NFL Sunday Ticket customers who use the smart TV platform of the system in Indianapolis can't watch a Colts game live via DirecTV while the game is being shown on CBS or Fox locally.
"They just didn't have the ability to deliver it that way, and that's a technical development situation," Miles said. "(Geofencing) wasn't initially part of (NBC's) strategy when they launched the platform, but some time ago, they said they were working on it. They just couldn't get it done for May."