How to Watch Sunday’s NASCAR IRacing Pro Invitational Series

While NASCAR, like all other sports, is now on hold, on Sunday you have the opportunity to watch a virtual race in which professional production car racers jump into simulators rather than real cars to compete.

NASCAR has been running the eNASCAR iRacing Pro Invitational Series for several weeks now. It follows a regular NASCAR schedule and the drivers themselves play video games.

The races included both current drivers and some former favorites such as Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Denny Hamlin.

NASCAR Announcers comment on the races in real time, which gives a feeling close to real, or as close to reality as possible without cars and a real race track.

Sunday’s Race will air at 1PM ET on FOX, FS1 and the Fox Sports app.

If you have a television, then obviously the easiest way to watch is to simply tune into FOX using a cable or digital antenna subscription.

If you don’t, almost every streaming service offers access to FOX as well. Although FOX is offered in “most markets” on all services, if you do decide to subscribe to one race watch it is worth checking back to make sure your territory is included.

And every streaming service offers a free trial, so if you want to watch for free, you can grab one for free, provided you haven’t already taken advantage of the free trial option.

If you decide to stay or just forget to cancel this free trial, here’s how much each service will cost:

Hulu with Live TV $ 54.99 / month

YouTubeTV $ 49.99 per month

AT&T TV is now $ 50 a month

FuboTV $ 55 First Month

Sling TV – $ 20 for the first month.


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