What channel is the Indy 500 on today? TV coverage & live stream to watch the 2022 race in Indianapolis
The 2022 Indy 500 is here, and Helio Castroneves is looking to make history during the biggest day on the racing calendar.
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.
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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.
2022 Indy 500: Start time, lineup, live stream, TV info for 106th running at Indianapolis
The "Greatest Spectacle in Racing" is mere hours away as Indianapolis Motor Speedway will bring back a full house for the 106th running of the Indianapolis 500.
After two years of reduced capacity because of the COVID pandemic, the grandstands and infield will once again be full to witness the Memorial Day weekend mainstay with the possibility that history could be made on more than one front.
After Scott Dixon broke the record for fastest pole-qualifying speed last weekend and combined with Alex Palou and Rinus VeeKay for the fastest front row in Indy 500 history, there's a chance the race's record speed could be broken Sunday as well. And as it turns out, that record was set last year by Helio Castroneves, who will be chasing more history on Sunday. dgdgdg