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How to watch the 2022 Indianapolis 500: Time, TV channel, FREE live stream for 106th Indy 500. The 2022 Indy 500 is here, and Helio Castroneves is looking to make history during the biggest day on the racing calendar. What channel is the Indy 500 on today? TV coverage & live stream to watch the 2022 race in Indianapolis

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Castroneves is currently in a four-way tie with A.J. Foyt, Rick Mears and Al Unser for the most Indy 500 wins with four. The 47-year-old Brazilian can become the first driver to win "The Greatest Spectacle in Racing" five times if he wins on Sunday.

Castroneves is starting 27th of the 33 drivers in the field, so he will have to win from the back of the pack. That said, he wasn't expected to contend for the race win last year but ended up taking the checkered flag. Perhaps fortune will be on his side again.

Of course, catching the likes of Scott Dixon, Alex Palou, Rinus VeeKay and the other drivers situated near the front of the race won't be easy. Still, Castroneves' pursuit of a fifth Indy 500 victory will be one of the many great stories on display at the race.

Here's all the information you need to watch the Indy 500 on Sunday.

What channel is the Indy 500 on today?

Race: 106th Indianapolis 500 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Date: Sunday, May 29

Start time: 11 a.m. ET (12:45 p.m. ET green flag)

TV channel: NBC

Live stream: Peacock | fuboTV

Coverage of the 2022 Indy 500 will begin at 11 a.m. ET on NBC. In years past, NBC used to begin coverage of "The Greatest Spectacle in Racing" earlier on the NBC Sports Network. However, that channel no longer exists.

Coverage of the Indy 500 will run from approximately 11 a.m. ET through 4 p.m. ET on NBC. It marks the fourth year consecutively that the Indy 500 has been broadcast on the network.

NBC's Mike Tirico will provide pre-race coverage along with studio host Danica Patrick. Meanwhile, former NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. will join the duo in the Peacock Pit Box.

During the race, Leigh Diffey will handle play-by-play with Townsend Bell. James Hinchcliffe will make his Indy 500 debut as a race analyst, while Marty Snider, Kevin Lee, Dave Burns and Dillon Welch will serve as pit reporters.

Welcome to IndyStar's live coverage of the 2022 Indianapolis 500.

This is the 106th running of the Greatest Spectacle in Racing on the 2½-mile oval at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. That's 200 laps of high-speed racing under a forecast of sunny skies and temperatures in the low 80s.

Our experts, Nathan Brown, Rob Peeters, Gregg Doyel, Wilson Moore and Matt Glenesk, will feed live updates from the action all day to this page

The 22-year-old Californian was speaking on his team radio as his car was still rolling. When it came to a stop, his father, Bryan, radioed for Herta to stay put and strapped in until emergency crews could free him from the car.

His father is his race strategist and immediately went to the Andretti garage to oversee preparations on the backup car.

Earlier in practice, David Malukas crashed following contact with Santino Ferrucci. Malukus, at 20 years old, is the youngest driver in the field; Ferrucci was penalized for avoidable contact.

Tony Kanaan and Marcus Ericsson led practice for Chip Ganassi Racing. Scott Dixon, the pole sitter, was third-fastest and seven-time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson was seventh as Ganassi had four of his cars in the top seven. Alex Palou, the reigning IndyCar champion, was 14th and slowest of the Ganassi group.

Indianapolis 500 2022 free live stream: How to watch, TV, starting grid, live updates

Sunday is the 106th running of the Indianapolis 500. The 2022 running of the Indy 500 starts at 12:45 p.m. Eastern.

Scott Dixon will start in pole position for the second Indy 500 in a row. Helio Castroneves, who won the race a year ago, finished 27th in qualifying and will start all the way back in Row 9.

Read some of what Jenna Fryer of the Associated Press wrote about how the Indy 500 has gone 10 years without a Chip Ganassi driver winning.

Chip Ganassi skipped his 1982 graduation ceremony at Duquesne to qualify for the Indianapolis 500. The Pittsburgh native made the field but turned out to be just an OK race car driver.


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