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Daytona 500 2021 live: How to Watch online

Date 14th February
Time 2:30 PM ET
Arena Daytona International Speedway
Distance 500 mi (800 km)
TV Network Fox Sports
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How to Stream Daytona 500 2021 Live Online

You can watch Daytona 500 2021 live stream online. It is straightforward to prepare the essentials to make it happen. The first thing you need is a decent internet connection.

The stable and speedy internet connection is the key to the smooth and quality video that you can stream. You will get a great experience if you enjoy the spectacle in HD without buffering.

The second thing is the compatible device. If you are mobile and want to watch Daytona 500 shown on your smartphone, make sure that your device is compatible.

If you are using your laptop or PC, we suggest you upgrade your browser to the most recent version to make it easier for you to use the live streaming services online. There are many media streaming services that are available online.

Watch Daytona 500 Live Streaming Via Official Channel

If you have a cable or satellite subscription. You can stream the Daytona 500 live online via Fox Sports Go.

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Saturday, Feb. 13: NASCAR Racing Experience 300 (NASCAR
Xfinity Series) and Lucas Oil 200 Driven By General Tire (ARCA Menards) doubleheader.
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Sunday, Feb. 14: Daytona 500, The Great American Race.
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Click here for Busch Clash entry list

The exhibition race will be held for the first time on the track’s 14-turn, 3.61-mile road course, which was raced on by all three of NASCAR’s top touring series this past August. The Clash will kick off the 2021 edition of Speedweeks. Normally held on the weekend prior to the season opening Daytona 500, for 2021 the Speedweeks schedule is being compacted. The Clash will kick off the week with qualifying for the Daytona 500 being held the following night.

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The eligibility for the Clash is normally determined by pole winners from the previous years. However, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, NASCAR adjusted the format for setting the field for most of its races in 2020. As such, the eligibility for the Clash has also been adjusted.

The Clash at Daytona will kickoff the on-track action on Tuesday. The race will feature 21 cars.

New for 2021, the race will be run on the Daytona Road Course instead of the traditionally 2.5-mile oval. The NASCAR road course layout runs 3.61 miles over 14 corners.

Clash Eligibility: 2020 Busch Pole Award winners; Busch Clash winners, Daytona 500 race winners, Daytona 500 pole winners (who ran full time in 2020); 2020 NASCAR Cup Series playoff drivers; 2020 NASCAR Cup Series race winners; and all 2020 NASCAR Cup Series stage winners.

The Clash is only an exhibition race and means nothing to the overall season championship.

Daytona 500 week

Wednesday, teams will roll into Daytona 500 mode. Single car qualifying will set the front two starters for the Daytona 500. Additionally, the qualifying runs set the order for the Daytona Duels.

Qualifying only sets the order of the Daytona 500 front row. The rest of the Daytona 500 starting grid will be set by finishing position in the Daytona Duel races.

The two qualifying races will be run back to back on Thursday night.

On Friday, the NASCAR Truck Series season opener will get underway. The season opens with the NextEra Energy 250 on the Daytona oval.

Saturday, the ARCA Menards Series and NASCAR Xfinity Series share center stage. The ARCA season opener will take place Saturday afternoon.

Later on Saturday, The NASCAR Xfinity Series will open their season just before sunset with the Beef, It’s What’s For Dinner, 300.

Sunday, the Daytona 500 will open the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season. It’s the biggest race of the NASCAR season.

The Daytona 500 begins on Sunday, but the process for setting the lineup started on Wednesday night. All 44 drivers ran a time trial to settle the front row of the race. Alex Bowman claimed the pole with the fastest time and William Byron will join him on the front row.

The order of the next 36 spots in the 40-car field will be determined on Thursday at the Bluegreen Vacations Duels. The order in which the cars finish the pole qualifying event will determine what cars will race in which Duel ahead of Daytona 500. The odd-numbered finishers (3rd place, 5th, 7th, etc) will go in Duel 1, and the even-numbered qualifiers will go in Duel 2.
How to watch the Duel races for the Daytona 500

You can watch the Bluegreen Vacations Duels on Thursday, February 11th on FS1. Duel 1 will begin at 7:00 p.m. with Duel 2 following soon after at approximately 8:40 p.m. You can watch on FS1 or you can stream the race via the Fox Sports Go app with a cable or streaming service login. If you don’t have a cable login to access the Fox Sports Go app, you can get a free trial from YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, AT&T TV Now, FuboTV, or Sling TV to stream it.