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ndy 500 2022: Date, Time, TV Schedule, Live Stream How to watch the 2022 Indy 500.The 106th running of the Indianapolis 500 will take place on Sunday, May 29 and will be broadcast live on NBC.

Coverage of the Indy 500 will air live beginning at 11:00 a.m. ET on NBC and run through 4:00 p.m. ET. It will also be available via streaming on the


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The green flag for the Indy 500 flies on Sunday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Listening to the race on the radio is a decades-long tradition for many fans Here’s everything you need to know:

What radio station is the Indy 500 on?

The race will be broadcast on 93.1 FM (WIBC) and 93.5/107.5 (The Fan).

How to stream Indy 500 radio broadcast

The Indy 500 will be broadcast on SiriusXM channel 160 beginning at 11 a.m. You can also listen on TuneIn.

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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 — please remember to refresh for the latest.

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A year of waiting is finally over. It’s time for the 106th Running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge.

It’s been a grueling two -week stretch of practice, qualifying and race prep for the stars of the NTT INDYCAR SERIES as they all look to etch their names in history as a winner of “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing.”

Firestone is supplying nearly 5,000 tires for the Indianapolis 500. Each entry has received an allocation of 34 sets of Firestone Firehawk tires to use during practice, qualifying and the race. These race tires are specially designed and are used nowhere else in the world. This year’s allocation are the exact same tires used in last year’s race.

Conditions are expected to be near perfect in Speedway, Indiana, for today’s racing on the historic 2.5-mile Indianapolis Motor Speedway oval. Temperatures are expected to be around 75 degrees at the time of the green flag, with a high of 84 expected for the partly cloudy day.

You can catch the action live on NBC, Telemundo Deportes on Universo and INDYCAR Radio Network beginning at 11 a.m. (ET). You can listen to the radio broadcast live on network affiliates, SiriusXM 85 and 160, and INDYCAR Mobile App powered by NTT DATA.

Here’s what you need to know to get ready for today’s action:

Rebounding from Wreck

Two drivers are starting today’s Indy 500 after crashes just two days ago: David Malukas and Colton Herta.

Both were involved in separate Turn 1 accidents during final Indy 500 practice Friday on Miller Lite Carb Day. At 1:44 p.m., Malukas attempted to pass Santino Ferrucci in his No. 18 HMD Honda.

Malukas and Ferrucci touched wheels, and Malukas’ right rear tire went down, sending him into a late spin at the exit of Turn 1 and into the SAFER Barrier. Malukas’ Dale Coyne Racing with HMD team was able to repair the car, and he will not be in a backup car.

Meanwhile, Herta had a massive accident in Turn 1 just a few minutes after Malukas’ accident. Herta wiggled in the No. 26 Gainbridge Honda and made right rear contact with the SAFER Barrier at the exit of the turn. The car overturned and slid through the short chute between Turns 1 and 2, making secondary contact with the SAFER Barrier in Turn 2 with the nose of the car.

Herta was re-evaluated Saturday after his accident and was cleared to return to racing. His Andretti Autosport Honda, on the other hand, was not good to go. Herta will have to start today’s Indy 500 in a backup car.

Start Up Front, Stay Up Front

Yes, today’s race is a 500-mile affair. And yes, there are plenty of passing opportunities on the track and on pit road. But often, the race winner is starting up front.

Seventy-five percent of Indianapolis 500-Mile Races have been won from the front third of the field. Last year’s winner, Helio Castroneves, started eighth en route to his historic fourth Indy 500 victory.

Over the last decade, only Ryan Hunter-Reay has won “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing” after starting in the second half of the field. He started 19th en route to Victory Lane in 2014. xvv


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