WatcH NASCAR Cup Series Xfinity 500 Live Stream Free 2020

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Brad Keselowski will be in the poll position for this weekend’s Xfinity 500 race which could be one of the most important and contentious.Watch Live Stream. of the 2020 season. This track is notorious for close competition and photo finishes, so track position will be increasingly important today considering the tight ovals at Martinsville. The lineup will once again be sorted out without practice or qualifying at this year’s Xfinity 500 due to special rules put in place during the COVID-19 pandemic. Starting
How to watch the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series Xfinity 500 Race

When: 11 a.m. PT/2 p.m. ET Sunday, November 1

Where: Martinsville Speedway | Henry County, Virginia — Race lap record: 18.746 seconds (Greg Sacks,, 1986, NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour)

Distance: 500 (Stages 1/2: 130 each; Final stage: 240)

TV channel: NBC

positions have been determined through a formula consisting of NASCAR Cup Series point standings and where drivers finished in the previous race including the all eight drivers remaining in championship contention who automatically start ahead of all other drivers. Those drivers are 1. Keselowski, 2. Martin Truex Jr., 3. Alex Bowman, 4. Denny Hamlin, 5. Kurt Busch, 6. Kevin Harvick, 7. Joey Logano and 8. Chase Elliott.


  1. Brad Keselowski (P) — (+550)
  2. Martin Truex Jr. (P) — (+325)
  3. Alex Bowman (P) — (+2500)
  4. Denny Hamlin (P) — (+550)
  5. Kurt Busch (P) — (+2800)
  6. Kevin Harvick (P) — (+1000)
  7. Joey Logano (P) — (+850)
  8. Chase Elliott (P) — (+850)
  9. Kyle Busch — (+850)
  10. Ryan Blaney — (+900)
  11. Christopher Bell (R)
  12. Matt DiBenedetto
  13. William Byron
  14. Austin Dillon
  15. Cole Custer (R)
  16. Clint Bowyer
  17. Tyler Reddick (R)
  18. Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
  19. Erik Jones
  20. Aric Almirola
  21. Ryan Newman
  22. Ryan Preece
  23. John Hunter Nemechek (R)
  24. Michael McDowell
  25. Ty Dillon
  26. Corey LaJoie
  27. Jimmie Johnson
  28. Chris Buescher
  29. Daniel Suarez
  30. Brennan Poole (R)
  31. Matt Kenseth
  32. Bubba Wallace
  33. Josh Bilicki (i)
  34. Timmy Hill (i)
  35. Quin Houff (R)
  36. Garrett Smithley (i)
  37. James Davison
  38. JJ Yeley (i)
  39. Joey Gase (i)

(P) – Playoff Driver

(R) – Rookie

(i) – Ineligible to collect Cup Series points

What time does the NASCAR race start today.
Date: Sunday, Nov. 1
Start time: 2 p.m. ET

The last of three Round of 8 races is scheduled for Sunday at 2 p.m. ET. It comes just four days after NASCAR completed its postponed Texas race. The short turnaround is one of several main storylines expected to be discussed at length on the afternoon Martinsville broadcast.

Most of NASCAR’s recent playoff races have taken place around the same time, but several have been delayed or postponed because of inclement weather. There is a threat of rain in the Sunday forecast for Martinsville. The track has lights, meaning a night race would be in play if the track needs time to dry.

The race is 500 laps spread over three stages and will become official after 250. The distance of the race is 263 miles.

Martin Truex Jr, who desperately needs a win to secure a Championship 4 place at Phoenix, has swooped to victory lane in back-to-back outings at Martinsville

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